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MISCELLANEOUS INSURANCE BY STATES—Continued.

HENRY W. EATON

President

GEO. W. HOYT 1st Vice-President

Globe

Indemnity Company New York

A. DUNCAN REID

Socrotary and Gonoral Manager

Issues all forms of the following classes

of Insurance: Automobile, Collision, Property Damage, Compensation and Liability, Steam Boiler, Fly Wheel, Plate Glass, Burglary, Accident, Health and Disability and all classes of Fidelity and Surety Bonds,

Others TALK about SERVICE-We DELIVER IT

THE STANDARD LIFE

INSURANCE CO.

OF PITTSBURGH

made substantial gains in every department

during 1914.

LOOK UP ITS GROWTH IN THIS BOOK

Write FRANK A. WESLEY,
(Vice-President and Director of Agencies)

for agency contract

B

FOUNDED 1792

INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA

OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.

Cash Capital, $4,000,000.00
FIRE, MARINE, AUTOMOBILE, TOURIST

AND INLAND INSURANCE

EUGENE L. ELLISON, President
BENJAMIN RUSH, Vice-Pres. JOHN O. PLATT, 2nd Vice-Pres.
T. HOUARD WRIGHT, Secretary SHELDON CATLIN, Assistant Secretary

ME

EN who engage in life insurance field work should do so with the idea in

mind that it will be a life vocation. It is a business that is bound to

endure, and the opportunities of which for the future are almost incomprehensible.

It is a business that makes its appeal to the best in a man, and the history and traditions of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. since its organization in 1845 are an incentive and an inspiration to any one. Over $350,000,000 has been paid by the Mutual Benefit to policyholders and beneficiaries. The good that this has done is immeasurable.

For men with the service spirit there are big opportunities with the Mutual Benefit. The demand of the day is for MEN-four-square men with keen minds, strong bodies, brave souls and willingness to work hard. The opportunities of the business were never greater.

And here is a cardinal fact to be remembered in connection with Mutual Benefit service. You will never be called upon in your work for this company to do or say anything which your conscience cannot approve. Men and women are not with the Mutual Benefit for “bread and butter reasons" alone.

Send for our leaflet "To the Seekers for Success" and give us an opportunity to tell you of the Salient Points which distinguish this Company.

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Price, $6.00 per Copy

THE SPECTATOR COMPANY

CHICAGO OFFICE
INSURANCE EXCHANGE

135 WILLIAM STREET

NEW YORK

1915

Copyright, 1915, by THE SPECTATOR COMPANY, New York

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