Directors.— Charles A. Anderson, president Chas. A.
Anderson Co., exporters; Samuel Bell, president Bell Bag
Co.; Charles H. Class, manager The Astor Estate; Julius
Eppens, president Eppens-Smith Co., Inc., wholesale teas
and coffees; Herman Feldhus, Davis Si, Co., Ltd., bankers;
Alfred M. Gaw, secretary Ledoux Co.; James H. Hackett,
assistant cashier Colonial Bank; Charles Hardy, Mineral
and Ores; Maurice Hellbut, Robinson-Hayden Co., coal;
M. J. Hoesel, August Mietz Co., machinery; Ernest Hot-
horn, L. Vogelstein & Co.; Samuel Jackson, Klein & Jack-
son, real estate; Carl F. Maesel. president Maesel Ware
Co., Inc.; M. Oppenheimer, A. A. Housman & Co., bankers;
E. E. Pottberg, president Peco Export Corp.; M. C. Rein-
both, manager Downtown Dept. Guardian Life Ins. Co.;
Ernst Schebera, president Fleetwood Metal Body Co., auto-
mobile bodies; G. B. Schorn, wholesale and retail coffees
and teas; Charles A. Stern, banker; Theodore Willich. rice
importer; Simeon Wile, Butler and Wile Co.
Income, 1919.- Gross premiums written, $201,523.49;
less return premiums, $48,731.49; total net premiums writ-
ten, $152,792; total income, $152,792.
Disbursements, 1919.- Net losses paid, $38,372.95; un
derwriting expenses, $23,030.15; total disbursements, $61,-
Business from Organization.— Net premiums and assess
ments. $152,792; net losses paid. $38,372.95.