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vice-president, Arthur Bryant; recording secretary, B. A. Higgins; financial secretary and treasurer, H. R. Heltzel; sergeant-at-arms, C. C. Old.

Middletown, Ohio-President, M. T. Hawthorne; vice-president, Alma Piehler; secretary-treasurer, Henry W. Naegele; sergeant-at-arms, R. J. Long; executive committee, Henry W. Naegele, S. E. Alexander, Nona Weyer; auditing committee, M. T. Hawthorne, Alma Piehler and Sadie Raney.

Milwaukee, Wis.-President, Charles J. Buehler; vice-president, E. E. Perkins; secretary-treasurer, Joseph La Fleur; recording secretary, H. W. Hamilton; sergeant-at-arms, F. W. Stearns; doorkeeper, Paul Lecher; executive board, E. V. Jones, Ed J. Hosig. Frank J. Zimmerman, William Bensemann, C. J. Shurr.

Mount Vernon, N. Y.-President, John J. Goeg. hegan; vice-president, F. W. Graves; secretarytreasurer, Thomas E. Kirby; corresponding secre. tary, George H. Devermann; sergeant-at-arms, E. L. MacCormick.

Muncie, Ind.—President, Harry Sessler; vice. president. W. H. McClung; secretary-treasurer, Joe Herdering; recording secretary, J. 0. Long: exec; utive committee, J. W. Dougherty, Asa Freel and Mark Carvel; auditing committee, H. A. Brown, George Williams and Orval Sutton; delegates to allied trades council.. Joe Herdering, Casimir Schesky and J. H. Kirkpatrick: delegate to Inter. national convention, B. W. McGinnis.

Newark, N. J.-President, W. L. Small; vicepresident, J. C. Du Plessis; treasurer, Theodore Kenny; financial secretary, J. H. Daley; recording secretary, C. W. Dowler; sergeant-at-arms, M. A. O'Brien; auditing committee, Val Augustine, J. T. Hudson and Edward Smullen; executive commit. tee, Messrs. Du Plessis, Finnerman, Hudson, Smul. len and Millen; laws committee, Messrs. Throssell, Keegan and Pruden; membership. committee, Messrs. Price, Dowler and Miller; sick committee, Messrs. Gibson, Ward and Gebhardt; organization committee, Messrs. Hacket, Edick and Gilmartin; label committee, Messrs. Price, Freeman, Davis, Galloway and Guier; resolution committee, Messrs. Herbert, Lihme and Knapp; delegates. to Essex Trades Council, Messrs. Augustine, Balentine and Small; delegates to allied trades, Messrs. Gebhardt, Hill and Lihme; delegates to state federation, Messrs. Comes, Gottlob, Hudson, McHugh and Smullen.

New Haven, Conn.-President, Michael F. Shea; vice-president, William O'Donnell; secretarytreasurer, Joseph J. Reilly; auditors, Ernest É. Hintz, Boyd S. Poole and Frank Walters; delegate to International Typographical Union convention, George H. Sanders; alternate, George Mullen.

Norfolk, Va.-President, D. I. Campbell; vice. president. E. L. Tripp; recording and corresponding secretary, E. W. Gaines; secretary-treasurer, M. W. Callan; sergeant-at-arms, C. P. Dozier; trustees, Thomas Lassiter and C. B. Weston; label committee, A. W. Jacocks, Philip Fawley and C. P. Dozier.

North Adams, Mass.—President, P. H. McMahon; vice-president, E. 0. Cooke; recording secre. tary, E. A. Ryan; secretary-treasurer, Robert Tu. dor; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Hamel; executive committee, E. 0. Cooke, F. T. Roche, Robert Tudor; auditing committee, T. J. Collins, E. A. Ryan, E. 0. Cooke.

Oakland, Cal.-President, W. H. Mallett; first vice-president. S. J. Mathews; second vice-presi. dent. J. F. Patterson; secretary-treasurer, D. L. Beatty; executive committee, G. H. Buckner, chairman; F. S. Clark, John Budge, D. G. Francis, W. T. McGrath; delegates to allied printing trades, W. T. Drake, H. A. Hull; delegates to central la. bor council. J. Budge, S. J. Mathews, J. W. Sefton, C. D. Rogers; auditing committee, H. C. Clos. son, W. T. Drake, M. A. McInnis; reading clerk, A. W. Sefton, jr.; sergeant-at-arms, H. A. Hull.

Omaha, Neb.-President, Thomas F. Doyle; vicepresident, John Pugner; secretary-treasurer: Roy H. Hinman; recording secretary, Benjamin F. Knight; sergeant-at-arms, J. H. Collins; board of

trustees, D. G. Craighead, F. J. Sullivan, Walter Reiner.

Orange, N. J.-President, John M. Hague; vicepresident, Frederick G. Johnson; secretary-treas. urer, Harry C. Hepworth; recording secretary, Percy A. Miller; sergeant-at-arms, John F. Mol. loy; delegates to state printers' league. Harry C. Hepworth, Percy A. Miller, Frederick G. Johnson.

Ottawa, Kan.-President, E. M. Angell; vicepresident, James A. Martin; secretary-treasurer, C. G. Shriver; recording secretary, S. B. Mills; sergeant-at-arms, S. F. Fraser; delegate to conven. tion, S. B. Mills; alternate, James A. Martin.

Pana, Ill.-President, W. H. Kelly; vice-presi. dent, W. B. Jordan; secretary-treasurer, Rolland Owen; recording secretary, Lewis E. Jordan; executive committee, W. H. Kelly, L. E. Jordan, W. B. Jordan, C. Chapman and R. Owen.

Pasadena, Cal.-President, C. W. Dean; vicepresident, E. H. Morse; recording secretary, M. R. Moffett; secretary treasurer, P. G. Gair; sergeant. at-arms, L. G. McCurdy; executive committee, D. M. Winter, W. R. Kratka, J. W. Hart; delegate to central labor council, G. W. Linney; delegates to Labor day association, W. H. Korstian, H. A. Huff, J. W. Hart, C. J. Stevens, T. S. Heskett; delegate to International Typographical Union, J. W. Hart; alternate, W. R. Kratka.

Pittsburg, Pa.-President, Eugene Merz; vicepresident, T. H.

Dolan;

secretary-treasurer, Charles Q. Lafferty; assistant secretary, J. H. Perry; sergeant-at-arms, William Schaffer; trus. tee. Frank White; judges of election, George B. Hoover, Edward J. Dorgan, William F. Schultz; delegates to International convention, Charles H. Leighley, C. Will Koch.

Poplar Bluffs, Mo.-President, R. H. Smith; vice-president. D. A. Schriver; secretary treasurer, S. P. Davidson; recording secretary,

Lawrence Byrnes; sergeant-at-arms, Miles Thomason; executive committee, L. F. Knott, D. A. Schriver, Hardin Montgomery.

Portland, Ore.-President, M. A. Jones; vice. president, W. H. Gault; secretary-treasurer, J. J. Price; sergeant-at-arms, J. M. McCown.

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.-President, Frederick Northrup; vice-president, A. B. Caldwell; secre. tary-treasurer, James B. Bowen; sergeant-at-arms, Ira Warren; trustee. William L. Lang; delegates to trades and labor council. Harry J. Dalzell, Fred. erick Northrup, A. B. Caldwell.

Princeton, Ind.-President, William Mowry; recording and financial secretary, W. R. Lamb; sergeant-at-arms, Clarence Miller.

Rock Island, Ill., Etc.-President, B. W. Newton; vice-president. H. J. Gaspard; recording sec. retary, R. M. Hackett; secretary-treasurer, C. S. Osborn; sergeant-at-arms, W. White; executive committee, C. II. Lohmann, T. F. Wheelan, Byron Skidmore; auditing committee, E. E. Potter, Ed Gear, C. Meerdink.

San Antonio, Texas-President, Robert A. Miles; vice-president, C. V. Lancaster; secretarytreasurer, E. G. Koerps; recording secretary, F. W. Horne; reading clerk, H. M. Church; sergeantat-arms, Gabe Hendon; executive committee, E. B. Murphy, Roy Loman, George L. Rine; auditing committee, T. A. Johnson, F. S. Coy, J. F. Sweeney; delegates to trades council, W. L. Hoef. gen. J. F. Sweeney, H. M. Tedford; delegates to allied printing trades council, H. Schutze, W. L. Hoefgen, J. D. Nordhaus.

San Francisco, Cal.-President, George A. Tra. cy; first vice-president, Philip Johnson: second vice-president, P. H. Desmond; secretary-treasurer, L. Michelson: floor member executive committee, W. A. Gallagher; trustee, W. J. French; reading clerk, Mrs. C. E. Hawkes; sergeant-at-arms. D. G. Lewis; auditors, W. H. S. Gavin, H. Lambert, Con. Schmitt: delegates to International Typo. graphical Union, W. J. Higgins, W. J. White; alternates, D. S. White, D. J. Bruce; delegates to lahor council, L. F. Compton, W. T. French, L. Michelson, C. H. Parker, J. K. Phillips, Ben

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tee, Messrs. Pingle, Thaw and Lowe; laws committee, Messrs. Simpson, F. Thompson and Freeman; sergeant-at-arms, George Mitchell; delegates to label league and label committee, Messrs. Hunter (chairman), Rayner and Ed Stephenson; dele. gates to trades and labor council, Messrs. Ste. phenson, Strange and Reynolds; delegates to al. lied printing trades council, Messrs. Smith, Freeman and Jones; delegate to St. Joseph convention, C. A. Watson; alternate, J. C. Bleaken.

Zanesville, Ohio-President, D. T. McWilliams; vice-president, A. P. Woodford; secretary, R. W. Hocking; treasurer, H. L. Shryock; reading clerk, T. V. Mount; sergeant-at-arms, C. W. Dutro; delegate to trades council, T. V. Mount; trustee, T. V. Mount.

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jamin Schonhoff, George A. Tracy, Mark Way. man, H. L. White; delegates to Asiatic Exclusion League, C. B. Crawford, C. H. Parker, J. K. Phil. lips; delegates to allied printing trades council, George A. Tracy, L. Michelson, P. H. Desmond.

Saskatoon, Sask., Can.-President, R. H. Straub; vice-president, J. Baxter; secretary-treas. urer, L. A. Russell; executive committee, J. Bar. ter, J. A. Burns, F. S. Gordon, W. M. Coleman; auditors, Jessrs. Coleman, Gordon and Maclaurin.

Shelbyville, Ind.-President, W. E. Naugle; vicepresident, C. O. Sweet; secretary-treasurer, Valentine Hey; corresponding secretary, D. W. Avery; sergeant-at-arms, C. O. Caldwell.

Sioux City, Iowa-President, Frank M. Kaspar; vice-president, Ora Haislett; secretary-treasurer, F. H. Lawrence; recording secretary, D. A. McKibben; executive committee, W. R. Eastman, George Ewing, G. M. Ginder.

Syracuse, N. Y.-President, Frank E. Wilkin. son; vice-president, Norman G. Sprague; secretary-treasurer, A. J. Moynihan; recording secretary, A. M. Knickerbocker; sergeant-at-arms, Wil. liam McMaster; delegates to trades assembly, Thomas M. Gafney, James B. Utting, Charles É. Yarton; auditing committee, Albert W. DeLano, A. M. Knickerbocker, G. W. Fitch; delegate to International Typographical Union convention, William F. Beard; alternate, Michael L. Higgins.

Tallahassee, Fla.-President, W. H. Chancey; vice-president, R. R. Martin; secretary-treasurer, T. E. Andrews; executive committee, R. R. Martin. W. T. Collins G. L. Tully and W. G. Palmer; auditing committee, J. G. Collins, Mrs. G. L. Tully and W. T. Collins; delegate to International Typographical Union convention, W. H. Chancey; alternate, Fred Davis.

Tonopah, Nev.-President, W. H. Fording; vicepresident, W. W. Chapin; secretary-treasurer, Clyde R. Terrill; executive committee, George B. Lefford, E. L. Walker and W. W. Chapin.

Topeka, Kan.-President, J. W. Mitchell; vicepresident, M. C. Pennekamp, recording secretary, Leo von Langen; financial and corresponding sec. retary, E. J. Gribbin; treasurer, Franklin Barnes; sergeant-at-arms, L. A. Ernich; doorkeeper, F. H. Jones; delegates to International Typographical Union convention, T. B. Garrett, Otto C. Kasten; alternates, Franklin Barnes, I. N. Grandon.

Trinidad, Colo.-President, J. E. Pritchard; vicepresident, Maupin Woodson; secretary treasurer, George D. Single; sergeant-at-arıns, R. W. Robinson; executive committee, J. T. Bledden, Maupin Woodson and A. W. Wright.

l'tica. N. Y.-President, P. E. Kelly; vice-presi. dent, William Pope; recording and corresponding secretary, A. W. Phillips; financial secretary, Martin A. Dehm; treasurer, R. E. Jones; property trus. tee, Thomas G. Jones; sergeant-at-arms, George Carroll; board of auditors, R. V. Boyd, J. P. Howland, J. W. Thomas.

Vancouver, B. C.-President, H. C. Benson; vice-president, A. E. Roff; financial secretary, R. H. Veelands.

Victoria, B. C.-President, J. L. Neate; vicepresident, J. Chrow; secretary, George M. Watt; treasurer, Thomas Booz;

executive committee, Messrs. A. E. Johnson, Stevens and Shakespeare; auditors, Messrs. Pottinger, Butler and Cullin; trades and labor delegates, Messrs. Stevens, Wyatt, F, Pink; sick and relief committee, Messrs. Dig. gon, Chrow, Ellis and A. E. Johnson; allied trades delegates, Messrs. Dunn, Diggon and F. Forneri; sergeant-at-arms, F. Wyatt.

Winnipeg. Man, Canada-President, Ed G. Smith; vice-president, Robert Swan; secretarytreasurer, J. C. Bleaken; recording secretary, E. I. Freeman; board of trustees, C. A. Watson, A. Puttee. W. B. Simpson; executive committee, Ed G. Smith, Robert Swan, J. C. Bleaken, and Messrs. Rayner, Fogarty, Lowe, Whitehead, Wilkins and Kean: auditing committee. Messrs. Simpson, Reid and Wilkins; sick and relief committee, Messrs. Mitchell, Sorrell and Jones; investigating commit

I would strongly advise every one who has been worried by too many English grammars to read Thomas R. Lounsbury's “The Standard Usage of English” (Harpers). Proofreaders are not purists -they can not afford to be. In fact, the purist or precisian is the printer's natural enemy. There is, therefore, much comfort in Professor Lounsbury's defense of the language as it was and is against those who have written of what it should have been and ought to be. To make clear what I mean, let me try an imaginary sentence or two:

Our mutual friend narrates that the ship laid towards the two last wharves which are being built thro' the tireless efforts and stamina of some reliable people in our midst. “For to fully appreciate the situation," says he, “I had rather we given a donation or that even rich females would loan us the ducats, and so learn people something, than that the greed of the mob, than whom none are more idiotic, should be proven our sovran.'

Professor Lounsbury is, of course, not respon. sible for all this, but he has justified a good many of the words and expressions I employ. One or two of them are archaic and almost all of them have been the subject of fierce denunciation. Mob," for instance, is one of the vilest coinages ever perpetrated. The two sentences are enough to make Dean Swift, Webster, Goold Brown and R. G. White turn in their graves, and I hate to think of what might happen if some one sprung them on the New York Sun without a word of warning. I by no means present them as a model of style-merely to show that much is at least per: missible, and that continuous good usage will sanctify anything, though the heathen rage and the grammarians imagine vain things. W. Matches.

Brooklyn, N. Y.

AMONG "style" items on an American paper the order stood that “balance” (referring to financial statements) should always be rendered "remainder."

A new arrival was duly notified, and took it literally, without any limitation. Hence when a piece of casualty "copy" fell to his lot there was justification in setting it up thus: “John Blank, working on a three-story building in Twelfth ave. nue, lost his remainder, and fell a distance of fifty feet.”—Ex.

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SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., June 21, 1909. To Subordinate Unions:

The following is a report of the receipts and ex. penditures from May 20, 1909, to date, and the accounts herein presented should correspond with the books of the respective unions to which they are credited. Secretaries are requested to compare the accounts printed herein with their books, and should error or omission be found, notice of same should be promptly forwarded to this office.

RECEIPTS. May 20.

Balance general fund... $101,101 94 May 20. Balance old age pension fund. 158,530 50 1, Indianapolis-For balance April and

May For bal. Apr. and May pens'n ass't 192 27 2, Philadelphia-For May...

398 25 For balance May pension assessm't

248 81 For Journal subscription..

60 3, Cincinnati-For May..

231 30 For arrears eight-hour assessment. For May pension assessment.

255 87 4, Albany-For May..

189 00 For May pension assessment.

133 30 For supplies..

7 50 5, Columbus--For May...

118 80 For May pension assessment..

IIO 55 6, New York-For May....

2,812 50 For May pension assessment. 2,911 30

For supplies.. 7, Pittsburg--For May.

292 95 For May pension assessment.

292 29 For refund on clothing.

10 50 8, St. Louis--For May.....

498 15 For May pension assessment.

574 22 9, Buffalo-For May..

143 55 For May pension assessment.

113 04 10, Louisville--For May...

108 00 For May pension assessment.

106 65 For twenty Journals... II, Memphis--For May..

90 00 For May pension assessment.

90 00 For supplies..

I 50 12, Baltimore--For May.

202 50 For May pension assessment.

233 12 13, Boston-For May...

472 95 For bal. Apr. and May pens'n ass't

646 80 14, Harrisburg-For May.....

41 85 For May pension assessment. 15, Rochester-For May....

64 35 For May pension assessment.

49 85 For supplies.. 16, Chicago-For May..

1,506 75 For arrears eight-hour assessment.

6 00 For May pension assessment.

1,431 48 17, New Orleans-For May....

153 00 For May pension assessment.. 184 35 19, Elmira-For May...

20 25 For May pension assessment.

9 00 20, Nashville-For May. For May pension assessment.

106 00 For supplies..

3 00 21, San Francisco-For April and, May. For arrears eight-hour assessment.

170 For April and May pension ass'm't 945 20 For supplies..

I 2 00 22, Dubuque-For May...

24 30 For May pension assessment.

19 40 23, Milwaukee-For May.. For May pension assessment.

147 71 24, Jackson-For May.... For May pension assessment.

6 31 25, Baton Rouge-For May...

IT 25 For May pension assessment.

10 75 27, Mobile-For April.

25 65 For April pension assessment.

19 41 For supplies..

28, Galveston--For May....

For May pension assessinent. 29, Peoria-I'or May....

For May pension assessinent. 30, St. Paul-For May..

For May pension assessment. 31, Fond du Lac-For May..

For May pension assessinent. 32, Norfolk--For May...

For May pension assessment. 33, Providence--For May...

For May pension assessment. 34, Columbia-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 35, Evansville-For May...

For May pension assessment. 36, Oakland-For May..

For May pension assessment: 37, Honolulu-For balance April pen

sion assessment.. 39, Grand Rapids-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For Journal subscriptions. 40, St. Joseph-For April and May.

For balance March, April and May

pension assessment.. 41, Augusta-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 42, Minneapolis-For May...

For May pension assessment. 46, Sacramento-For May..

For May pension assessment. 47, New Haven-For May,

For May pension assessment. 48, Atlanta--For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 49, Denver-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 50, Valley City-For May....

For May pension assessment. 52, Troy-For May...

For May pension assessment. 53, Cleveland-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 54, Raleigh-For May...

For May pension assessment. 55, Syracuse-For May.....

For May pension assessment. 56, Stockton-For May...

For May pension assessment. 57, Dayton-For May...

For May pension assessment. 58, Multnomah—For May....

For May pension assessment. 59, Quincy-For May.......

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 60, Roanoke-For May..

For May pension assessment. 61, Cambridge-For May...

For May pension assessment. 62, Utica-For May...

For May pension assessment. 63, Toledo-For May....

For May pension assessment. 64, Lafayette-For May...

For May pension assessmert. 65, Washoe-For May.....

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 66, Portland-For May...

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For May pension assessment. 67, Lockport-For May...

For May pension assessment. 68, Keokuk-For May....

For May pension assessment.

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69, Newark-For April...

For part April pension assessment. 70, Lancaster-For May.....

For May pension assessment. 71, Trenton-For May..

For May pension assessment. 72, Lansing-For May...

For May pension assessment..

For supplies.. 73, Ottumwa--For May..

For May pension assessment, 74, Belleville-For May....

For May pension assessment. 75, Burlington-For May..

For May pension assessment. 76, Terre Haute--For May.

For May pension assessment. 77, Erie-For May...

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For May pension assessment. 78, Fort Wayne For May....

For May pension assessment. 79, Wheeling-For June..

For May pension assessment.

For Journal subscription.. 80, Kansas City-For May.

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 81, Bay City-For May..

For May pension assessment. 82, Colorado Springs-For May..

For May pension assessment. 83, Hebrew-American--For May..

For May pension assessment. 84, San Bernardino-For May..

For May pension assessment. 85. St. John-For May..

For May pension assessment. 86, Reading-For May..

For May pension assessment. 87, Houston-For May..

For May pension assessment. 88, Hannibal-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 89, Chattanooga-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 90, Richmond-For May.

For May pension assessment. 91, Toronto-For May...

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For May pension assessment.. 92, Little Rock-For May.

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 93, Macon-For May....

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 94, Jersey City-For May...

For May pension assessment. 95, Helena- For May...

For May pension assessment. 96, Glens Falls-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 99, Jackson-For May...

For May pension assessment. 100, Norwich-For May..

For May pension assessment. 101, Columbia-For May........

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For May pension assessment.

For supplies.
102, Ottawa--For May..

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For May pension assessment. 103, Newark-For April and May..

For arrears eight-hour assessment.
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For supplies..
104, Birmingham-For May...

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For Journal subscriptions.. 105, Goldfield-For May...

For May pension assessment. 106, Madison--For May..

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For May pension assessment.. 108, Hagerstown-For May....

For May pension assessment. 109, Pittsfield-For April..

For April pension assessment. 110, Union Hill-For April....

For April pension assessment... 111, Knoxville-For May...

For May pension assessment. 112, Scranton-For May..

For May pension assessment. 113, Atchison-For May..

For May pension assessment. 114, Annapolis--For May..

For May pension assessment. 115, Salt Lake-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 117, Springfield-For May.

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 118, Des Moines--For May....

For May pension assessment. 121, Topeka-For May....

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 122, Kalamazoo--For May...

For May pension assessment. 123, Wilmington-For May....

For May pension assessment. 124, Bloomington--For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies: 126, Butte--For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 127, Hartford-For May..

For May pension assessment. 128, South Bend-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 129, Hamilton--For May..

For May pension assessment. 130, Halifax- For May..

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For May pension assessment.

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131, Bohemian-For June.

For May pension assessment. 132, Camden-For May...

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For supplies...
133, London-For May..

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For May pension assessment. 134, Paducah--For June.....

For May pension assessment. 135, Oneonta--For June.

For May pension assessment. 136, Duluth-For May..

For May pension assessment. 138, Austin-For May....

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For supplies. 139, Stratford-For June...

For May pension assessment. 141, Williamsport--For May..

For May pension assessment. 142, Olympia-For June..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 143, Dantury-For April..

For April pension assessment.. 144, Fresno-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 145, Jacques Cartier- For May..

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For May pension assessment. 146, Charleston-For May....

For May pension assessment. 147, Ashland-For February and March.

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148, Wichita-For May.

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For supplies.. 149, Saratoga-For May...

For May pension assessment.. 150, Elizabeth—for May..

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For supplies. 151, Oil City-For May.

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For May pension assessment. 152, Manchester-For May...

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For supplies..
153, Meridian-For May..

For May pension assessment. 154, Ann Arbor-For May..

For May pension assessment. 155, Shreveport-For May...

For May pension assessment. 156, Bowling Green-For May..

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For Journal subscription. 158, Springfield-For May....

For May pension assessment. 160, Columbia -For May..

For May pension assessment. 161, Fall River- For April and May.

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162, Jacksonville-For May.

For May pension assessment.. 163, Superior-For May..

For May pension assessment. 164, Kewanee-For April...

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For Journal subscription. 165, Worcester-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies, 166, Adrian-For May..

For bal. Apr. and May pens'n ass't 167, Schenectady--For May.....

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 168, Muskegon--For May...

For May pension assessment. 169, New Albany-For May....

For May pension assessment. 170, Tacoma-For June..

For May pension assessment. 171, Elgin--For April....

For April pension assessment.. 172, San Antonio--For May..

For May pension assessment. 173, Dallas-For May...

For May pension assessment. 174, Los Angeles-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies, 175, Pueblo-For May.

For May pension assessment. 176, Montreal-For May...

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For May pension assessment. 177, Springfield-For May....

For May pension assessment. 178, Passaic-- For May...

For May pension assessment. 179, Leadville --For May...

For May pension assessment. 180, Sioux City-For May..

For May pension assessment..

For supplies.. 181, Meadville-For May...

For May pension assessment. 182, Akron-For May....

For May pension assessment. 183, Savannah-For April and May.

For April and May pension ass'm't 184, Wyoming--For April..

For April pension assessment.. 185, Bradford-For May.

For May pension assessment. 186, Fargo-For May....

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For May pension assessment. 188, Waco-For May.....

For May pension assessment. 190, Omaha-For April...

For April pension assessment.. 191, Winnipeg-For April and May.

For April and May pension ass'm't

For supplies.. 192, Cedar Rapids-For May.

For bal. Apr. and May pens'n ass't 193, Spokane--For May..

For bal. Apr. and May pens'n ass't

For supplies.. 194, Joliet-For May..

For May pension assessment. 195, Paterson-For May..

For May pension assessment. 196, Logansport-For May....

For May pension assessment. 198, Fort Worth-For May.

For May pension assessment. 199, Zanesville— For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 200, Youngstown-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 201, Victoria-For May...

For May pension assessment.. 202, Seattle-For May......

For May pension assessment. 203, Bluff City-For May....

For May pension assessment. 204, Kingston-For May...

For May pension assessment. 205, Jamestown-For May...

For May pension assessment. 206, Sedalia-For May...

For May pension assessment. 207, Eureka-For May..

For May pension assessment. 209, Lincoln-For May...

For May pension assessment. 210, Capital—For April and May.

For April and May pension ass'm't

For supplies.. 211, Oshkosh-For May..

For May pension assessment. 212, Pawtucket-For May.

For May pension assessment. 213, Rockford-For May...

For May pension assessment.

For supplies.. 214, Pendleton-For April...

For April pension assessment.. 215, Decatur-For May...

For May pension assessment. 216, Springfield-For April and May..

For April and May pension ass'm't 218, Sioux Falls-For May.

For May pension assessment. 219, Canton-For May...

For May pension assessment. 221, San Diego-For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies... 222, Montgomery-For May..

For May pension assessment. 223, Marysville--For May..

For May pension assessment.

For supplies. 224, Brockton-For May...

For May pension assessment. 225, McKeesport-For May.

For May pension assessment. 226, Vancouver-For April and May.

For April and May pension ass'm't

For supplies.. 227, Cripple Creek-For May..

For May pension assessment.. 229, Crawfordsville--For May..

For May pension assessment. 230, Danville-For May...

For May pension assessment. 231, San Jose--For May...

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