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Salina No. 638—R. F. Blakey, 928 South Santa Fe. Topeka No. 121-President, T. W. Mitchell, 1634

Central Park avenue; financial and corresponding secretary, E. J. Gribbin, box 93; treasurer, Franklin Barnes; recording secretary, Leo von

Langen, 523 West Fourteenth street. Wichita No. 148-President, A. M. Carr, care

Beacon; financial secretary, W. S. Crawford, 331 Waco avenue.

KENTUCKY. Blue Grass No. 189—D. J. Crowe, 189 Rand ave

nue, Lexington, Ky. Bowling Green No. 629–W. A. Kennedy, Rural

Route No. 3. Central City No. 620–Miss Vashti Dotson. Frankfort No. 267-Richard H. Marrs, box 241. Henderson No. 493–J. W. Ferguson, box 96. Louisville No. 10— President, John P. Stack; vice

president, C. D. Culley; recording secretary, J. G. Kestler; secretary-treasurer, Max Traut,

218 Louisville Trust building, Madisonville No. 659--Posey ”Littlepage, 428 W.

Broadway. Mayfield No. 621-E. S. Beaumont, lock box 387. Owensboro No. 622—M. R. Smith, care Inquirer. Paducah No. 134-A. E. Stein, care Sun.

LOUISIANA. Baton Rouge No. 25---Joe Snyder, box 60. Lake Charles No. 568-F. M. Terrell, box 425. New Orleans No. 17-J. N. Breen, 325 Camp st. Shreveport No. 155-H. F. Martin, box 182.

MAINE. Auburn-Lewiston No. 532-Albert M. Shaw, 44

Spring street, Lewiston, Maine. Augusta No. 380-Chester G. Coombs, 8 Lincoln

street, Hallowell, Me. Bangor No. 446—F. J. Foster, 318 Grove. Portland No. 66—P. J. Curran, 54 Pleasant. Waterville No. 643—M. F. Davis, care Sentinel.

MARYLAND. Annapolis No. 114-Roy L. Morgan, 21 Carroll st. Baltimore No. 12-President, George P. Nichols;

vice-president, Arthur L. Jackson; recording and corresponding secretary, Charles T. Abell, 2501 Barclay street; secretary-treasurer, R. A. Williamson, 100 North Paca street; trustees, L. M. Au. gustine, Edward B. Cromwell, Burtson A. Hick. ox; sergeant-at-arms, Joseph W. Robinson. Union meets last Sunday each month. Cumberland No. 244- Joseph H. Wilson, 90 South

Mechanic street. Hagerstown No. 108—D. Clyde Snyder, 351 North Cannon avenue.

MASSACHUSETTS. Boston No. 13-Thomas P. Curtin, room 351,

third floor, Old South building. Brockton No. 224-William C. Harcus, 18 Bunker

avenue, Montello station, Brockton, Mass. Cambridge No. 61—Max Merk, 5 Holly avenue. Fitchburg and Leominster No. 623--B. M. Harts.

horn, 78 Mount Vernon street, Fitchburg, Mass. Fall River No. 161-Wright Turner, box 479. Haverhill No. 38—George S. Breck, 68 Auburn st. Holyoke No. 253-C. T. Fahey, 123 Newton st. Lawrence No. 51-Albert E. Peacock, 4 Morrison

court, Park street, Methuen, Mass. Lowell No. 310--Charles E. Sheldon, 30 Water.

ford street. Lynn No. 120-E. F. Giblin, 11 Olive. Marlboro-Hudson No. 281-Isidor Cohen, 34 For.

est avenue, Iludson, Mass. New Bedford No. 276–Arthur Bradbury, 42 Haz.

ard street. North Adams No. 316—Robert Tudor, box 384. Pittsfield No. 109—W. J. Oatman, 536 North st. Springfield No. 216MW. W. Barker, box 1187. Taunton No. 319-J. F. Fitzgerald, 8 South st. Waltham No. 259-A. L. Moody, 138 Myrtle st. Worcester No. 165–M. F. Crotty, box 895.

MICHIGAN. Adrian No. 166-A. A. Wootten, 16 Broad. Ann Arbor No. 154–William Hart, 107 North

Seventh.

Battle Creek No. 429-C. D. Anadon, 540 Van

Buren, West. Bay City No. 81–Marshall A. Oakley, 303 North

Walnut street, Detroit No. 18—President, Clarence Neely; vice

president, Henry J. Smith; secretary treasurer, J. H. Walker, 410-411 Buhl block; recording secretary, W. W. Norton; exccutive committee, J. H. Walker, chairman; !aws committee, Frank J. Porter, chairman; board of auditors, J. J. McLogan, chairman; board of directors, Joseph M. Berg, chairman; membership committee, N. E.

Williams, chairman. Grand Rapids No. 39-President, C. C. Gilleo;

vice-president, W. B. Wilson; recording secretary, John Gibbs; secretary.treasurer, Daniel Kelley, 489 Cass avenue. Houghton No. 596—D. L. Brown, 7 Sheldon street. Jackson No. 99–J. O. Harvey, 611 W. Franklin st. Kalamazoo No. 122–W. B. Hallett, 230 N. Bur

dick street. Lansing No. 72—President, H. E. Parr, 309 Capi

tol avenue, North; financial secretary, William E. McPhee, 910 Kalamazoo, West; recording secretary, W. H. Ellis, 722 Sheawasse, East; treasurer, Thomas Hart, 829 Allegan street, West; auditing committee, Messrs. Strickland, Hilde

brand and Aitkins. Manistee No. 615-Harry S. Bonner, 810 Maple st. Muskegon No. 168—Henry Douma, 214 Peck st. Owosso and Corunna No. 455–J. D. Estes, 210

Goodhue, Owosso. Pontiac No. 512-Ray H. Newman, 247 Oakland

avenue. Port Huron No. 300-E. E. Hamlin, box 112. Saginaw No. 50 (Valley City)-President, Walter

P. Stewart; financial secretary, L. H. Swart, care

Courier-Herald. Sault Ste. Marie No. 359-L. S. Laing, 313

Amanda. Traverse City No. 362—L. I. Wertz, 116 S. Maple street.

MINNESOTA. Brainerd No. 593–W. W. Latta, care Dispatch. Duluth No. 130-Ed Hughes, care News-Tribune. Minneapolis No. 42—N. C. O'Connor, box 522. Stillwater No. 432-F. C. Giossi, 1124 South Fifth

street. St. Cloud No. 630–George S. Clark, 27 Fifth ave.

nue, South. St. Paul No. 30–J. E. Corcoran, 404-406 Court

block. Winona No. 246—R. F. Zietlow, box 56.

MISSISSIPPI. Gulfport No. 539–H. F. Jordan, care Southern

Printing Company. Hattiesburg No. 647.-L. M. Cooper, box 142. Jackson No. 363—W. E. Ziebach, 418 Tombigbee

street. Meridian No. 153–W. C. Thompson, box 358. Vicksburg No. 427--S. N. Williamson, box 160.

MISSOURI. Columbia No. 160/V. G. Hawkins, 1218 Walnut. De Soto No. 513-Claude P. Gibson, box 854. Hannibal No. 88–E. B. Poole, 802 Broadway. Jefferson City No. 119-Financial and correspond.

ing secretary, George E. Root, rural route No. 3. Joplin No. 350-M. H. Gardner, 510 Gray avenue. Kansas City No. 80-President, Ford A. Allen;

secretary-treasurer, A. A. Duke, box 376. Moberly No. 473—Albert Welsz, 419 S. Williams. Poplar Bluff No. 635- S. P. Davidson. Sedalia No. 206-). P. Hurtt, box 84A, R. F. D. Springfield No. 158–George A. Bauman, 827 North

Grant street. St. Joseph No. 40–George W. Vaughn, box 506. St. Louis No. 8-H. S. Sharpe, 408 Burlington building, 810 Olive,

MONTANA. Anaconda No. 255—President. P. T. Coogan; vice

president, John Green: financial-corresponding secretary, Dan Dunn, box 546; recording secre

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tary, C. B. Shryock; executive committee, C. A. Houck, George Roddy, John Green, T. R. Kendall, W. H. Hamilton. Union meets first Sun.

day in month. Billings No. 398—Arthur J. Hart, 302 South Thir.

ty-first street. Bozeman No. 656—F. B. Calfee, 407 Black avenue. Butte No. 126-A. J. Rummel, 318 S. Jackson. Great Falls No. 256—E. B. Shafer, box 522. Helena No. 95-Waldemar Stein, box 864. Lewistown No. 550—Charles R. Bebb, box 123. Livingston No. 489-Robert Dick, jr., care Enter

prise: Missoula No. 277–Fred W. Zeh. box 363. Red Lodge No. 273-C. G. Fowler, box 363.

NEBRASKA. Fremont No. 662—C. E. Wilcox, 1729 Maxwell

avenue. Lincoln No. 209–F. H. Hebbard, 1527 Washing

ton. Omaha No. 190—President, Thomas F. Doyle;

vice-president, John Pugner; recording secretary, Benjamin F. Knight; financial and corresponding secretary, Roy G. Hinman, box 794; sergeant-at. arms, J. H. Collins.

NEVADA. Ely No. 506–Fred C. Hagen, box 165, East Ely,

Nev.
Goldfield No. 105--Selig Olcovich, box 1280.
Reno No. 611-E. F. Lunsford, box 251.
Rhyolite No. 665-Alfred J. Klamt.
Tonopah No. 616_Clyde R. Terrill, box 805.
Washoe No. 65 (Virginia City)- Joe Farnsworth,

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Berlin No. 640--Harry M. Poley, box. 325.
Manchester No. 152-Harry T. Lovering, box 83.

NEW JERSEY.
Atlantic City No. 377--Hugh Leckie, 1520 Atlantic
Camden No. 132–Joseph Dunn, 813 Fern street.
Dover No. 433—Frank B. Gibbons, 9 Losey:
Elizabeth No. 150–M. N. Mooney, 415 Washing.
Hackensack No. 642—Alfred Kastner, 13 Clinton.
Hoboken No. 323–J. J. Soffel, 235 Washington.
Jersey City No. 94-K. M. Forbes, 80 Madison ave.
Morristown No. 322—Judson A. Davis, 105 West-

ern avenue. Newark No. 103-President, Willard L. Small; vice-president, James C. Du Plessis; treasurer, Theodore Kinney; financial secretary, John H. Daley, room 18-19, No. 189 Market street; re. cording secretary, C. W. Dowler; sergeant-at.

arms, M. A. O'Brien. L. D. Tel. 4283 Market. New Brunswick No. 307–H. C. Gensler, 27 Har.

vey street. Orange No. 424–Harry C. Hepworth, 166 Sanford

street, East Orange, N. J. Passaic No. 178—Charles A. Oliver, 319 Madison

street. Paterson No. 195-H. R. Kelt, 664 East Twenty

second street. Perth Amboy No. 658-H. C. Axen, 242 New

Brunswick avenue. Plainfield No. 399–Harry W. Thomas, 473 West

Front street. Princeton No. 507—Reuben W. Edwards, 130

Front street, Trenton, N. J. Rahway No. 235-Harry Gage, 43 River. Somerville No. 628-J. M. Lambruskin, box 113. Trenton No. 71-H. S. Emerson, box 328. Union Hill No. 110-W. J. Cadwallader, 28 Duer Place, Weehawken, N. J.

NEW MEXICO. Albuquerque No. 304–Ira Bacon, 914 S. Edith st. East Las Vegas No. 312-G. A. Schoeny, 718 Sev

enth street. Santa Fe No. 405-Gregorio Rael, 431 Canon st.

NEW YORK. Albany No. 4-President. William F. Campion;

vice-president, Joseph E. Wiedman; treasurer, James H. Crowley, 170 Eagle street; financial secretary, James Taylor, 6 High street; recording

and corresponding secretary, John M. Barnes,

142 Clinton avenue. Amsterdam No. 274–William A. Conway,

Garden street. Auburn No. 536–J. E. Jacobs, 10 Liberty. Batavia No. 511-Bert D. Brewer, 4 Spruce st. Binghamton No. 232-Arthur Stone, 49% Lincoln Buffalo No. 1-W. J. McLaughlin, box 592. Buffalo No. 517 (Polish)-Joseph D. Wojtowicz,

225 Townsend street. Canandaigua No. 396--Jay L. Johnson, 271 Gibun

street. Cohoes No. 325-W. H. Smith, 76 Mohawk. Deposit No. 499-A. R. Armstrong, box 57. Elmira No. 19-E. S. Spalding, 509 West Clinton. Fulton County No. 268—John Bordis, 12 Sixth,

Gloversville, N. Y. Glens Falls No. 96--George H. Ricketts, box 166. Ithaca No. 379-W. J. Brown, 706 North Tioga. Jamestown No. 205-Louis Ruden, 29 McKinley Kingston No. 322—M. R. McKiernan, 85 Cedar. Lockport No. 67-Burt J. Green, 342 High street. Middletown No. 463-Frank M. Cox, 30 Spring st. Mount Vernon No. 387—Thomas E. Kirby, 29

Prospect avenue. Newburgh No. 305-Robinson Bentley, 79 Cham

bers street. New Rochelle No. 527-Augustine Smith, Center

and Huguenot streets. New York No. 6-C. M. Maxwell, 616-618 World

building. New York No. 83 (Hebrew-American)-S. Schoen.

feld, 1422 Pitkin avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. New York No. 131 (Bohemian)-Charles Jerabek,

1390 Second avenue. New York No. 261 (Italian)-Michele De Luca, 42

Duane street. New York No. 440 (Hungarian)-Akos Weltner,

981 Jackson avenue. Niagara Falls No. 233-M. F. Ohmann, 534 Sixth. Norwich No. 453--B. Franklin Holdredge, 28 Ca.

nasa wacta street. Olean No. 345–W. T. Barnard, 236% N. Eighth. Oneida No. 336—A. H. Schwarz, 40 Stone. Oneonta No. 135-J. D. Van Dycke, 25 Chestnut. Peekskill No. 269–T. P. Brown, 109 Decatur av. Poughkeepsie No. 315-J. C. Brower, box 143. Rochester No. 15-President, E. J. Walsh; finan.

cial secretary, Henry D. Henderson, box 339;

recording secretary, M. R. Dutton, box 627. Rome No. 44-N. J. Fortune, P. O. box 38. Saratoga Springs No. 140-J. F. Hays, 160 Church. Schenectady No. 167 ---President, D. Mahar, 97

Mason street; recording secretary, L. J. Humpf, 407 Hulett street; financial secretary, R. Ben

nett, 36 Elder street. Syracuse No. 55--A. T. Moynihan, box 104. Tarrytown and Ossining No. 523--Allan H. Pep.

per, 33 Wildey street, Tarrytown, N. Y.
Troy No. 52-John F. McKenna, 603 River street.
Utica No. 62-Martin A. Dehm. 94 Court street.
Watertown No. 308--F. H. Lewis, care Re-Union.
Waverly No. 530--Floyd C. Groner.
White Plains No. 585-H. S. Russell, 78 Post

Road.
Yonkers No. 468–J. D. Hickerson, 2 Colin.

NORTH CAROLINA.
Asheville No. 263/H. C. Hull, 17 Morgan avenue.
Charlotte No. 338—R. Herbert Young, 303 North

College stree Durham No. 125-W. T. Carroll, 110 East Proc.

tor street. Greensboro No. 397–J. S. Pender, box_432. Raleigh No. 54-C. F. Koonce, 213 S. Person. Salisbury No. 625—F. B. Irvin, box 253. Wilmington No. 556—H. D. Stanland, 508 Prin

cess. Winston-Salem No. 609-Walter Beddard, box 490.

NORTH DAKOTA. Bismarck No. 140--A. G. Jacobson, The Sattler

Publishing Company, Fargo No. 186-President, A. P. Messer, financial

and corresponding secretary, W. H. Dietrich, box 424.

ton avenue.

Wi. State st.

box 344

avenue.

Grand Forks No. 311-A. J. Tagley, room 32, Her

ald building, Minot No. 376-E. A. Aspinwall, box 1082.

OHIO. Akron No. 182— Reno Sprague, box 33. Alliance No. 497–J. N. Moore, 105 Ashtabula No. 474–H. A. Mack, 197%2 Prospect. Athens No. 482-E. D. Cooley. Bellaire No. 492-A. P. Deafenbaugh, 3021 Union. Bowling Green No. 156—Charles Heater, 30 North

Summit street. Cambridge No. 208–H. C. Callihan, box 16. Canton No. 219-Frank J. Ballard, box 416. Chillicothe No. 502-William Hansell, 90 East Wa

ter street. Cincinnati No. 3—President, Clifford M. Cobb;

vice-president, William C. Quiuly; secretary. treasurer, Robert H. Curl, rooms 17-20 Fisher block; recording secretary, Frank E. Bell. Applications committee meets first Sunday each

month. Union meets second Sunday each month. Cleveland No. 53–S. S. Hester, room 23, Black.

stone building. Cleveland (Hungarian) No. 652—Theodore Stanik,

9110 Capitol avenue. Columbus No. 5—President, Edward F. Heinrich,

188 South Skidmore street; secretary-treasurer,

William E. Bird, 318 Eberly block. Coshocton No. 364–C. W. Brownfield, 345 S. Fifth. Dayton No. 57—President, John L. Bach; recording secretary, Willard Barringer, 18 Faulk. ner avenue; financial and corresponding secre

tary, John H. Chambers, 61 Davies building. East Liverpool No. 318—Alex Wilson, 509 Jolin. Elyria No. 645-E. J. Salisbury, 520 Middle ave. Findlay No. 260--Joe A. Spangler, 524 Hull ave. Hamilton No. 290—Earl G. Uttrich, box 221. Lancaster No. 548-H. W. Griswold, 338 North Co.

lumbus street. Lisbon No. 257-J. B. Wainwright, box 663. Logan No. 483-Roy L. Dupler. Lorain No. 409-A. L. Hart, 449 Fourth avenue. Mansfield No. 420-Howard Almy, 144 W. First st. Marietta No. 280–Miss Dora Wilson, 432 Fifth st. Martins Ferry No. 383-Frank Barr, 607 Jefferson. Massillon No. 298–N. P. Maier, 53 George street. Middletown No. 487-H. W. Naegele, 418 East

Third, Newark No. 69–W. E. Burton, 367 Woods avenue. New Philadelphia No. 462-D. C. Burkholder,

rear 227 St. Clair street. Niles No. 477–E, A. Bowyer, care News. Norwalk No. 516—May Richey, 28 East Legue. Painesville No. 569--Reno R. Doolittle, Lusard pl. Portsmouth No. 637-R. J. Barry, 105 West Third. Salem No. 441-H. W. McCurdy. 48 East Seventh. Sandusky No. 237-William Hirchert, care Lake

Shore Press. Springfield No. 117–H. H. Morley, 2 Johnson bldg. Steubenville No. 238—Earl Godfrey, box 254. Tiffin No. 480--Grover E. Harshman, 420 S. Wash

ington street. Toledo No. 63-President, C. A. Benedict; secre.

tary-treasurer, Charles J. Seeman, box 17; cor. responding secretary, Charles F. Holden, 572

Fernwood. Urbana No. 651-L. A. Haven, 226 Boyce street. Warren No. 601-W. B. Woodfield, 216 Oak st. Youngstown No. 2004-Wick S. Flower, box 236. Zanesville No. 199—Roy W. Hocking, 753 Zane st.

OKLAHOMA. Ada No. 552-C. D. Tanner, box 158. Ardmore No. 649—D, B. Gaines, 726 Fourth ave.

nue N. E. Bartlesville No. 648—S. J. Culver, 308 W. Eighth. Chandler No. 661-L. A. Barker, 902 East Ninth

street. Chickasha No. 571-John Tewksbury, box 231. Durant No. 669-John E. Bonser, care News. El Reno No. 654–Guy N. Spenny, care Democrat

Publishing Co. Enid No. 613-W. G. Baer. box 1043. Guthrie No. 587–John I. Loveless, 206 N. Broad. Lawton No. 633–T. H. Timmons, 709 B ave. McAlester No. 565-H. R. Heltzel, 711 East Dela

Muskogee No. 484-E. R. Wolfenberger, care

Model Printing Co. Oklahoma City No. 283-0. S. Wilson, 436-438

Bassett building. Sapulpa No. 619-W. E. Austin. Shawnee No. 490-Walter S. Davis, zor Louisa. Tulsa No. 403-D. E. Booth, 315 S. Elwood.

OREGON. Capital No. 210 (Salem)–Fred A. Carothers,

lock box 154. Eugene No. 496—George W. De Succa, 154 East

Ninth street. Medford-Ashland No. 559—Maud M. Hockenyos, Multnomah No. 58 (Portland)-President, Mar.

shall A. Jones, 764 East Main street; vice-presi. dent, W. H. Gault; secretary-treasurer, J. J.

Price, box 559; sergeant-at-arms, J. L. McCown. Pendleton No. 214–Ed Weaver, 607 Cosbie.

PENNSYLVANIA. Allentown No. 534-C, M. Rehrig, Sixth and Wal

nut streets. Altoona No. 240—H. E. Leader, 2142 Washington. Beaver Valley No. 250--F. W. Tallon, 1014 Eighth Bradford No. 185–J. G. McCutcheon, box 1711. Butler No. 415—E. V. Donnel, 113 College street. Carbondale No. 239—George A. Spall, care Review. Clearfield No. 501-S. V. Border, care Herald. Connellsville No. 321--A. H. Shaffer, u12 Gibson. Du Bois No. 374-George 0. Slone, 208% S. Brady. Easton No. 258 John D. Sandt, 517 Parsons st. Erie No. 77–Edward Roth, 432 East Twelfth st. Franklin No. 437–E. L. McPherson, 1305 Myrtle. Greenville No. 602-Frank Scott, 122 Shenango st. Harrisburg No. 14-C. E. Ripper, 25 South Fif.

teenth street. Hazleton No. 401--E. H. Heiberger, rear 576

North Vine street. Lancaster No. 70—Percy Carpenter, box 492. McKeesport No. 225—S. W. Smith, 601 Walnut st. Meadville No. 181-S. S. Thompsen, 1036 Grove st. New Castle No. 270--P. S. Evans, 375 Eddy. New Kensington and Tarentum No. 452—Omar C.

Craig, 533 East Eighth avenue, Tarentum, Pa. Oil City No. 151–W. C. Haigley, box 286. Philadelphia No. 2- President, William Young, jr.;

vice-president, Richard V. Farley; secretary, treasurer, Jacob Glaser, 131 North Fifteenth street; recording secretary, Robert L. Barnes; sergeant-at-arms, Charles R. Clouse; trustees, Wesley Patterson, Laurence M. Meyer, Frank Lodge. Union meets Sunday afternoon after third Saturday of each month at Bricklayers'

hall, 707 North Broad street. Pittsburg No. 7-President, Eugene Merz; vice

president, T. H. Dolan; secretary-treasurer, C. Q. Lafferty, box 644: reading clerk, Allan Cole; sergeant-at-arms, William Schaffer; trustees, Charles W. Penn, Pres. K. McClelland, Fred Klein; judges of election, Thomas G. Winters, Samuel Quartz, Lawrence J. Burr. Meetings first Sunday of each month. Pittston No. 392-H. C. Hunt, 127 Parsonage st. Pottsville No. 320-E. R. Williams, 618 Schuyl.

kill avenue. Reading No. 86–Ed S. Bright, 825 Weiser. Scranton No. 112—President. O. P. Hopkins;

vice-president, E. T. O'Malley; recording and corresponding secretary, A. T. Stover, box 226; secretary-treasurer, C. A. Keller, box 226;

sergeant-at-arms, George Green. Sharon No. 351-C. E. Baish, box 122. Sunbury No. 400—E. E. Keefer, care Sunbury

Daily Item. Titusville No. 289--Mary M. Shean, care Herald. L'niontown No. 262-Williani Chocola, box 326. Warren No. 428–Fred Shutt, 5 Rankin street. Washington No. 456–J. M. Lydic. West Chester No. 466—R. F. McCormick, 509 S.

Church, Wilkes-Barre No. 187–George E. Lang, box 136. Williamsport No. 141- Bert G. Hann, 830 Erie York No. 242-C. W. Bastian, 335 S. Duke.

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Manila No. 626-H. F. Finkenhoefer, care Bureau of Printing.

PORTO RICO.
San Juan No. 478—Lorezo Modesto, box 807.

RHODE ISLAND.
Newport No. 295-Louis A. Gladding, 1772 Chan.

ning street, Pawtucket No. 212–Laurence Anderson, 366 Car.

penter street, Providence, R. I. Providence No. 33-Charles Carroll, 538 Banigan

building. Woonsocket No. 245–William L. Gahan, 121 Wil. low street.

SOUTH AMERICA. Georgetown, Demerara, British Guiana (foreign

postage), No. 666—Richard S. Ross, 106 Re. gent road, Bourda.

avenue.

SOUTH CAROLINA. Charleston No. 43—John J. Morris, box 504. Columbia No. 34-J. P. Selby, 1428 Taylor. Greenville No. 385-R. L. Chandler, 104 Earl. Spartanburg No. 341-J. S. Ingram, 334 West Main street.

SOUTH DAKOTA. Aberdeen No. 564-J. W. Woodman, box 104. Deadwood No. 603-Bert Merrick, 38 Taylor st. Huron No. 561–). D. Ainsworth, General Delivery. Lead No. 498 Jess Shoff, care Call. Sioux Falls No. 218–G. F. Brucker, 215 Menlo avenue, South.

TENNESSEE. Bristol No. 426—G. W. Hamlet, box 397. Chattanooga No. 89—John O'Brien, 113 B street. Clarksville No. 436-Claud Chestnut, care Leaf

Chronicle. Jackson No 24–C. T. Russell, 132 Stoddert street. Knoxville No. 111-J. 0. Sehorn, box 658. Memphis No. 11-President, H. P. Hanson; vice

president, E. L. Holland; Secretary-treasurer, Horace Johnson, box 103; recording, secretary,

E. C. Brookshire; fund trustee, W. H. Johnson. Nashville No. 20-President, A. E. Hill; vice

president, 0. J. Thrasher; financial and corresponding secretary. H. J. Loser, 2116 Grantland avenue, Waverly Place; recording secretary, Ira Boylin; treasurer, W. H. Jordan; sergeant-atarms, A. G. Bostick; auditing committee, J. J. White, E. C. Linney, J: P. Thornley; chairman business committee, O. J. Thrasher.

Houston No. 87-Guy C. Harris, care Labor Jour.

nal. Marshall No. 572-G. W. Wechtel, box 0. Mineral Wells No. 537-H. Albert Tripp, box 764. Palestine No. 472– Matt Welch, box 222. San Antonio No. 172-E. G. Koerps, 706 Montana. Sherman No. 471-W. J. Hunt, care Democrat. Teague No. 605—Lee Satterwhite. Tyler No. 404--G. A. Davis, 515 West Common. Waco No. 188-P. A. Richards, box 637.

UTAH. Ogden No. 236—S. C. Patrick, box 325. Salt Lake City No. 115–A. Thompson, box 474.

VERMONT. Barre No. 402-S. R. Dady, 26 Hill street. Burlington No. 580—H, A. Hurtubise, 14 North Montpelier No. 384-Hugh A. Allen, 24 Hubbard

street. Rutland No. 326—John W. Kellette, 22 Church st.

VIRGINIA. Newport News No. 353—T. B. Verell, 634 Twen

ty-ninth. Norfolk No. 32-M. W. Callan, box 192. Richmond No. 90-C. J. Hughes, sr., 614 Spring st. Roanoke No. 60-J. Y. Carlton, box 293.

WASHINGTON. Aberdeen No. 573-V. T. Evans, box 824. Bellingham No. 355-E. C. Jones, box 26. Everett No. 410—T. S. Blackford, 3802 Colby av. North Yakim, No. 614-A. F. Davis, 312 Seventh

avenue, South. Olympia No. 142-George L. Levy, 410 Fifth st. Seattle No. 202—R. M. McCullough, box 556. Spokane Falls No. 193-S. A. Kennedy, box 755. Tacoma No. 170-E. J. Leavelle, 727 Commerce st. Walla Walla No. 388-H. F. Hiemenz, box 309.

WEST INDIES. Bridgetown, Barbados (foreign postage), No. 606

E. Eugene De Haney, Combermere street, Chan. cery lane. Kingston, Jamaica (foreign postage), No. 98-E. C. Aaron, 79 Duke street.

WEST VIRGINIA. Bluefield No. 644--J. F. Shelton, 317 Fourth ave. Charleston No. 146-D. C. Lovett, jr., 1571 Lee st. Clarksburg No. 372–J. W. Walden, 126 Dodge

Court. Huntington No. 533—W. W. Meadows, hox 733. Morgantown No. 598—Warren H. White, 340

Willey street. Wheeling No. 79-W. C. Jones, 63 Indiana ave.

WISCONSIN. Appleton, Neenah and Menasha No. 612—P. F.

Arens, 905 Second, Menasha, Wis. Ashland No.

147 -George M. Stephenson, 815 Fourth avenue, W. Fond du Lac No. 31-A. C. Drenning, 50 West

Division street. Green Bay No. 344-Olaf Olsen, 1220 N. State. Kenosha No. 116--J. B. Mayer, 311 North Chi

cago street. La Crosse No. 448-A. Bergseth, 309 S. Sixth st. Madison No. 106-Herman Strauss, 8 North Frank

lin street. Manitowoc No. 431--A. M. G. Dusold, 623 Jay. Milwaukee No. 23--Joseph LaFleur, 615 Majestic

building. Oshkosh No. 211-L. A. Bullinger, box 236. Racine No. 324-F. A. Parker, 1133 Center. Superior No. 163--). H. Somerville, 1614 Twelfth. Watertown No. 618--Emil Doerr, 507 Division. Waukesha No. 545-E. M. Pelton, 216 E. Main st.

WYOMING. Rock Springs No. 563-F. B. Crumley, care Miner. Sheridan No. 264--Charles Miners, box 422. Wyoming No. 184 (Cheyenne)--A. F. Lewis, 704

West Twenty-first, Cheyenne, Wyo.

TEXAS. Abilene No. 494-Louis H. Hicks, box 97. Amarillo No. 325-T. H. Kidd. Austin No. 138—President, J. B. Stephenson; sec

retary, J. A. Paddleford, box 414. Beaumont No. 339—C. E. Drake, box 130. Cleburne No. 303—Horace Luckett, 213 S. Buffalo. Corsicana No. 234-Frank Chrisman, box 717. Corpus Christi No. 528—Wells Littig, 806 Leopard

street. Dallas No. 173-Z. M. Duckworth, box 328. Denison No. 333-F. R. Lawhon, 1312 South Fan

nin avenue. El Paso No. 370—C. M. Madden, lock box 840. Ennis No. 641-J. C. Harper, box 846. Fort Worth No. 198-President, A. E. Markwell;

recording secretary, J. L. Crosby, 2159 Lipscomb street; secretary-treasurer, R. W. Walker,

box 167. Gainesville No. 531-W. W. Leverett, 517 Moran

street. Galveston No. 28--President, E. W. S. Shaw, 3816

Avenue Nb; vice-president, John Fourby: secretary treasurer, G. H. Kunz, 1606 Tremont street; executive committee, Hilliard D. Carr,

chairman, care News Office. Greenville No. 509—B. F. Huckaby, box 133.

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GERMAN-AMERICAN UNIONS. General Secretary-Hugo Miller, Newton Claypool

building, Indianapolis, Ind. 1, Philadelphia, Pa.-August Geis, 5453 Pearl st. 2, Cincinnati, Ohio-Ph. Koch, 2212 Calumet st. 3, St. Louis, Mo.-W. Schuettler, 1816 Rudger st. 4. Buffalo, N. Y.-William F. Beelke, 84 Grape. 5, Rochester, N. Y.-A. G. Stieler, II S. Union. 6, Cleveland, Ohio-B. F. Hoehner, 1008 E. Sev

enty-ninth. 7, New York, N. Y.-Gustav Kaphan, 14 North

William street. 8, Newark, N. J.-Jos. A. Heim, 30 Ridgewood ave. 9, Chicago, Ill. --George Mueller, 446 Webster ave. 10, Milwaukee, Wis.-Christ. Thren, 653 Twenty.

fifth, 11, Baltimore, Md.-Adolph Richter, 631 S. Paca. 12, Louisville, Ky.-Charles Hoffman, Pewee Val.

ley, Oldham county, Kentucky. 13, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.-William

Schonheiter, 606 Sherburne ave., St. Paul, Minn. horst street. 15, Evansville, Ind.-William Buesing, 1519 East

Iowa street. 16, Pittsburg, Pa.-G. A. Wickman, 134 Natchez, 18, Belleville, Ill.–Andreas Schwarz, care Tage

blatt. 19, Columbus, Ohio-Ed. Schweinsberger, 877

South Third. 20, Davenport, Iowa-C. Riemenschnitter, 1644

West Third street. 21, Detroit, Mich.-William Bresser, 919 McDou

gall avenue. 23, Winnipeg, Man.- Julius Striowski, 257 Cham.

bers street. 25, Wheeling, W. Va.- Michael Scheeser, 2421 Jacob.

MAILERS. 1, Boston, Mass.-H. E. Kiley, care Boston Amer.

ican, Mailing Department. 2, Chicago, Ill.-James McNichols, 77 South Mor

gan street, 3, St. Louis, Mo.-Louis Koppell, 747 Aubert ave. 4, Duluth, Minn.-H. C. Rankin, 221 West Su

perior street. 5, Toronto, Can.-Ralph C. Reed, 1946 Queen

street, East. 6, New York, N. Y.-S. Townshend, Dennington

avenue, Forest Park, Woodhaven, L. I., N. Y. 7, Kansas City, Mo.-S. L. Brison, 1229 Benton

boulevard. 8, Denver, Colo.-J. W. Menard, 4191 Winona

court. 9, Los Angeles, Cal.-F. W. Morton, 123 S.

Figueroa street. 10, Indianapolis, Ind.—Dave Jessee, 4011 Byram I1, Newark, N. J:- James A. Gibney, 215 Elm. 12, Cleveland, Ohio—Paul Truesdell, 795 Parkwood

Drive. 13. Portland, Ore.-M. H. Clark, 1033 E. Main st. 15, New Orleans, La.-C. T. Froeba, 1225 Lafay.

ette avenue. 16, Louisville, Ky.-Frank P. Williams, 2704

Frankfort avenue. 17, Cincinnati, Ohio-Albert Volz, 808 Main st. 18, San Francisco, Cal.-Ferdinand Barbrack,

1741 Blake, Berkeley, Cal. 19, Memphis, Tenn.-B. A. Whitsitt, 533 Leath st. 20, Providence, R. 1.21, Salt Lake, Utah-Ernest Langton, 911 West

First North 24, Buffalo, N. Y.-J. F. Schmidt, 89 Dodge st. 25, Butte, Mont.-Leo La Reau, box 1171.

NEWSPAPER WRITERS. 1, Boston, Mass.-Francis A. Goode, care Amer

ican. 3, Scranton, Pa.-D. D. Lenihan, 231 Tenth st. 9. Milwaukee, Wis.-E. H. Thomas, 344 Sixth.

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UNION LABELS

TYPOGRAPHICAL or ALLIED TRADES

THE SIZES ARE

No.0... 8 Point No. 4.. 36 Point No.1... 12 Point No. 5... 48 Point No. 2 ... 18 Point No. 6 ... 72 Point No. 3 ... 24 Point

Furnished in either design, Nos. 0 to 6, inclusive. Prices: First electro, No 0, $3.20; first electro, Nos. 1 to 6, $1.00; additional electros, Nos. 0 to 5, 20 cents each, delivered; No. 6, 30 cents. Address all orders to

BLAME-ALL and praise-all are two blockheads.Franklin.

J. W. HAYS, Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, Ind.

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