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CHARTERS ISSUED. Brownsville (Pa.) No. 504-W. S. Kisner, Egene Gildea, Elmer R. Tomlinson, George Ackinclose, W. A. Ferguson, J. W. Elway, Frank E. Mercer, Joe T. S. Cowen, B. N. Henry, Herbert Goaziou, Carl M. Wertz, C. E. Lewis, H. W. Schildkamp, Timothy J. Welsh.

Cienfuegos (Cuba) No. 510-Francisco Martinez, Jose Munix, Juan Sora, Manuel Gutierrez, Rafael R. Sabat, Manuel Mirete, Antonio Ortega, Francisco Fuentes, Luis Borges, Mateo Moreira, Emilio Yero, Santiago Mari, Juan Ruiz, Jose M. Mirete. Gustavo Sabon, Claudio Perez, Patricio Moscoso, Francisco Garcia, Antonio Mirete, Federico Reyes, Raul Montero, Norberto Rousseau, Edwardo Codas, Luis Gomez, Tomas Espino, Manuel Duray, Andres Gonzales, Manuel Garcia, Teodora Magarino, Austin Aydeley, Luis Acosta, Juan Saroza, Antonio Cabre, Waldestrudis Llibre, Miguel Mirete.

Hastings (Neb.) No. 476_N. L. Fetz, F. C. Scott, Sherman Bly, Jacob Sittner, R. E. Current, John Helzer, Frank DeConly, J. E. Nau, H. B. Baul, E. DeConly, Charles B. Shreve, J. P. Miller.

Fostorio (Ohio) No. 475—Harry Jones, Ed Swartout, Charles Retan, Charles F. Arnold, Ray J. Barrett, W. H. Lederer, Homer Hamilton.

Columbus (Ga.) No. 220- John R. Jones, J: W. Lewis, F. A. Monroe, R. F. "Ellis, W. H. Adams, T. S. Roberts, Emmett Lewis, G. W. Williams, C. B. Hoyle.

Martin, H. J.-At Washington, D. C., June 19,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 43 years. NINGASSER, FREDERICK--At Saratoga Springs, N.

Y., June 29, 1909, of Bright's disease. Age 61

years. Oury, H. H.--At Poplar Bluff, Mo., July 15,

1909; suicide. Age 38 years. Smith, R. G.-At Philadelphia, Pa., June 28,

1909, of uremia. Age 68 years. TEWELL, J. E.--At New Orleans, La., June 8,

1909, of ulcer of stomach. Age 55 years. THOMPSON, T. F.--At Fredericton, Can., June 21,

1909, of pneumonia. Age 37 years. THORNE, E. H.-At Indianapolis, Ind., June 22, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 29 years.

UNION PRINTERS HOME. The following is a record of admissions, depar. tures and deaths for the month of June, 1909:

ADMITTED. 1369— Joseph T. King, Chicago No. 16; age 65 years; admitted June 11, 1909.

1368—Thomas F. Dowling, Hartford No. 127; age 39 years; admitted June 12, 1909.

1367-William L. Stoutenburg, New York No. 6; age 40 years; admitted June 18, 1909.

1370-Erle D. Leddy, La Salle No. 442; age 33 years; admitted June 19, 1909.

VACATED. 1167-Louis Albrecht, Chicago No. 16; age 29 years; admitted October 24, 1907; vacated June 1, 1909; able to work.

1276-E. H. Llewellyn, Denver No. 49; age 28 years; admitted August 25, 1908; vacated June 7, 1909; able to work.

1319–Harry S. Smith, Trenton No. 71; age 31 years; admitted February 11, 1909; vacated June 8, 1909; able to work.

1358–Fred ('Neill, Wichita No. 148; age 39 years; admitted May 5, 1909; vacated June 12, 1909; able to work.

1301-James L. Curtin, Pittsburg No. 7; age 56 years; admitted December 2, 1908; vacated June 19, 1909; able to work.

1 275-Charles F. Hayes, New York No. 6; age 35 years; admitted August 28, 1908; vacated June 25, 1909; able to work.

DIED.

THE DEATH ROLL. BOOTH, W. T.-At Colorado Springs, Colo., June

30, 1909, of tuberculosis. Age 56 years. COBLER, WILBERT--At Corona, Cal., June 11, 1909,

of Bright's disease. Age 45 years. COFFROTH, GEORGE E.-At Columbus, Ohio, June

29, 1909, of paralysis. Age 66 years. COSTELLO, J. P.-At New Orleans, La., June 26,

1909, of phthisis. Age 38 years. DITTMAR, F. C.-At Milwaukee, Wis., June 30,

1909, of cancer. Age 41 years. DOGGETT, N. H.-At Newark, N. J., June 25, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 52 years. DưBIN, JACOB—At Philadelphia, Pa., July 5, 1909,

of cancer. Age 44 years. FISCHER, W. R.--At Cincinnati, Ohio, June 14,

1909, of lung trouble. Age 52 years. FORESTER, F. T.-At Denver, Colo., May 1, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 45 years. FOSTER, F. K.-At Waverly, Mass., June 27, 1909,

of paralysis. Age 55 years. GARRIGAN, M. F.—At San Francisco, Cal., July 9,

1909, of carcinoma. Age 47 years. HARPER, J. L.-At Washington, D. C., July 3,

1909, of apoplexy. Age 56 years. HEFLER, W. M.-At Indianapolis, Ind., June 27,

1909, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 38 years. HIGGINS, W. H.-At Washington, D. C., May 25,

1909, of typhoid fever. Age 48 years. HUNT, JOSHUA—At Richmond, Ind., July 4, 1909,

of intestinal obstruction. Age 82 years. HUNTSBERRY. M. K.-At Washington, D. C., May 22, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 52 years. Jones, M. B.-At Kansas City, Mo., June 30, 1909,

of aneurism of celiac axis. Age 49 years. JORDAN, J. C.--At Helena, Ark., July 10, 1909, of

heat prostration. Age 72 years. Joyce, S. A.--At Elliott, Pa., June 24, 1909, of

locomotor ataxia. Age 32 years. LINDLEY, FRANK-At Omaha, Neb., June 19, 1909,

of intestinal obstruction. Age 51 years. Larson, V. A.--At Denver, Colo., July 10, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 36 years. LONG, Mary K.-At Elgin, Ill., June 14, 1909, of

dropsy. Age 40 years.

1304–W. T. Booth, Richmond No. 90; age 56 years; admitted March 26, 1909; died June 30, 1909; tuberculosis.

Charles Deacon, Superintendent.

APPLICATIONS FROM UNORGANIZED TOWNS.

TObjections to the admission of these applicants must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. ]

Alexandria, La.-Drew C. Baker, age 34 years; at trade six years; learned trade in this city. Bellville, Texas-Richard E. Zeiske, age

28 years; at trade twelve years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Brattleboro, Vt.--Stuart J. Chapin, age 22 years; at trade five years in Brattleboro.

Deer Lodge, Mont.-Bryan Irvine, age 24 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Hamilton, Mont.; was in the naval service from 1902 to 1906; has since worked in unorganized towns.

Dodge City, Kan.--Everett E. Ely, age 44 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Catlettsburg, Ky.; has also worked in Wichita, Kan.; for. merly held card, but allowed same to expire.

position as editor and allowed membership to

cease.

Harrisonville, Mo.--Sam A. Meyer, age 26 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in East Lynn, Mo.; has worked in Petersburg and Huntingburg, Ind. McEwen, Tenn.-Leon H. Hopkins, age

28 years; at trade twelve years;

has worked in Greenwood, Dickson and McEwen, Tenn.

Mount Morris, Ill.---Merett S. Miller, age 24 years; at trade four and one-half years.

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APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. [Objections to the admission of these applicants must be filed with the union to which application is made within thirty days. ]

6, New York (N. Y.) Mailers—Frederick J. Lannan, age 27 years; served four and one-half years on the Boston (Mass.) Post.

8, Denver (Colo.) Mailers—Albert Deas, age 21 years; at trade five and one-half years; learned trade in Denver. 20, Nashville, Tenn.-H. E.

Rives, age

39 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in country towns in Kentucky.

35, Evansville, Ind.-- James H. Cromwell, age 37 years; at trade fourteen years; charter member of Henderson (Ky.) Union; has not followed the business since December, 1906.

47, New Haven, Conn.-George H. Till, age 40 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in New Haven; has worked in Middletown, Conn.; never before applied for membership in any union.

48, Atlanta, Ga.-E. R. Britton, age 23 years; at trade nine years; worked in Charleston, S. C., and recently in small country towns. Joseph T. Magill, age 49 years; at trade nine years in Hartwell, Ga., where he conducted a weekly newspaper.

49, Denver, Colo.- Joseph A. Bayer, learned trade in Great Bend, Kan.; formerly a member of Florence (Colo.) Union at time charter was surrendered; let traveling card expire. J. Van Dusen, learned trade in Philadelphia, Pa.; never belonged to the union; left Philadelphia about eight years ago, since which time has been in Encampment, Wyo.; part of the time out of the printing business.

53, Cleveland, Ohio-Walter A. Heitmuller, age 23 years; learned trade in Washington, D. C.; has also worked in Philadelphia; never before applied for admission.

56, Stockton, Cal.-W. C. Covel, at trade thirtyfive years; served apprenticeship at San Jose; reason for not joining before--never at a place where there was a union.

63, Toledo, Ohio-Guy E. Richards, age years; served four years in Hicksville, Ohio. Tom P. Harris, age 21 years; served four years in La Plata, Mo.

71, Trenton, N. J.-Frank R. Givens, formerly employed in Trenton, N. J.; allowed card to expire.

72, Lansing, Mich.--C. H. Smith, age 59 years; at trade thirty-eight years; formerly a member of Detroit Union No. 18, but allowed card to lapse and has been working at other business. Howard F. Cary, age 25 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Bad Axe, Mich.; has also worked in Owosso, Mich.

73, Ottumwa, Iowa-Homer Springer, age 27 years; at trade ten years; worked in Santa Barbara, Cal., in 1904, and Hutchinson, Kan., in 1906, and rest of time in Ottumwa, his home town.

76, Terre Haute, Ind.--C. A. Sapp, was formerly a member of the organization; took a traveling card from No, 76 in May, 1906, and allowed same to lapse; has since been working in Paris and Robinson, I11.

81. Bay City, Mich.-William H. Sheward, jr., age 45 years; at trade twenty-eight years; formerly a member of No. 81, but for several years has held

82, Colorado Springs, Colo.-L. E. Slingerland, age 37 years; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse about seven years ago, being out of busi

W. A. Billman, age 43 years; worked in own shop for ten years.

83, New York (N. Y.) Hebrew-Leiser Rosenberg, age 32 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Russia. Benjamin Jacob, age 25 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Russia.

91, Toronto, Ont., Can.-John Doyle, age 20 years; learned trade in Toronto. R. C. Crawford, age 28 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Hamilton. Lewis MacKay, age 31 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Breckin, Scotland; has also worked in Aberdeen, Scotland, New York, Norwood, Mass., and Chicago.

118, Des Moines, Iowa-Alex Dippert, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Des Moines. E. E. McGuire, for reinstatement, age 20 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Des Moines.

128, South Bend, Ind.-W. F. Baughman, at trade six years; learned trade at Chalmers, Ind.; also worked at Mount Ayr and Hamlet, Ind.

132, Camden, N. J:-George W. Winthrop, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Bryn Mawr, Pa.; has worked in Philadelphia, Pa.

140, Bismarck, N. D.-Charles S. Troutman, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Garner, Iowa; now working in Mandan, N. D.; has worked in Alta and Gowrie, Iowa, and Washburn, N. D.; never applied for membership before.

148, Wichita, Kan.-- Robert K. Watson, age 29 years; at trade nine years; formerly member of union, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns. D. E. Berg, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Walton Junction, Iowa; never worked in organized town.

152, Manchester, N. H.-A. N. Steel, at trade ten years; now working at Portsmouth. P. R. Jellison, at trade seven years; worked in Newbury. port and Gloucester, Mass.; was a member of the former union in Portsmouth; now working in Portsmouth.

155, Shreveport, La.-W. B. Shook, age 26 years; at trade fifteen years; formerly a member of Tyler (Texas) Union, but let card lapse while working in unorganized towns.

170, Tacoma, Wash.-B. A. Coffman, age 39 years; at trade twenty years; worked in Washington, Kan., and published newspaper in Coleville, Wash.; never worked in union town.

175, Pueblo, Colo.--William Byrd, age 19 years; at trade four years; learned trade in. Pueblo, Colo.

176, Montreal, P. Q., Can.-Bernard Sullivan; has worked in Liverpool, Eng., and Boston, Mass. C. W. Cross; worked in Lincoln, Eng. William R. Firerstein; has worked on Herald-News, Montreal. Henry Dodd Marr; has worked in London, Eng. M. Banes; has worked on Herald and in other offices in Montreal.

177, Springfield, Ill.-F. W. Barber, age 42 years; learned trade in Chattanooga, Tenn.; has worked in Pikeville, Sparta and Dunlap, Tenn.; never worked in a town where there was a union; now employed at Riverton, Ill.

178. Passaic, N. J. George W. Sherman, age 55 years; at trade forty years; learned trade in Davenport, Iowa; was in business in New York for thirty years; now with firm of Sherman & Hubschmitt at Passaic. Henry S. Hubschmitt, age 40 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Paterson, N. J.; was a member of Paterson Union and suspended for non-payment of dues two years ago.

180, Sioux City, Iowa-5. M. Kline, age 28 years; at trade eight years in Hartford, 's. D.

186, Fargo, N. D.-Mary E. Howland, age 23 years; learned trade in Walton, N. Y.; worked there for four years; never worked in organized

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town. George P. Pracua, age 35 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in St. Paul; has also worked in Winona, Minn., and Barrow, Wis.

193, Spokane, Wash.—John S. Ove, age 33 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Chicago, Ill.; has worked in Baylet, Mich., and Paducah, Ky.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse in 1908 on account of being traveling salesman for the American Type Founders' Company. D. W. Pettijohn, age 32 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Leseuer, Minn., has been in Ritzville, Wash., since 1898.

194, Joliet, Ill.-James Shea, Julius Schwartz and Ambert Wright; served apprenticeship in Joliet.

198, Fort Worth, Texas-C. C. Stewart, age 48 years; at trade thirty-five years; commenced trade in Philadelphia and finished in Texas; worked in Shreveport, La., Fort Worth, Galveston, Houston, Brownwood, Texas; had Brownwood card in 1907, but allowed same to lapse while working at other business.

215, Decatur, Ill.--Herbert Pinkham, age 22 years; served apprenticeship at Westfield, Ind.

220, Columbus, Ga.-C. A. Wolcott, age 26 years; has worked in Russell, Lucas and Wilson, Kan., and Portland, Ore.; now working in Columbus, Ga.

226, Vancouver, B. C.-W. C. Pettet, age 38 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in London, Eng.; has worked in Toronto, Ont.

248, Peterborough, Ont., Can.---Will Jones, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Peterborough and Toronto.

249, Fort Smith, Ark.-D. N. Sanborn, age 25 years; has worked in Columbus, Ga., and Pana, Ill.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse. Syd L. Yeary, age 30 years; has worked in Farmersville, Texas; now working at Chant, Okla.; for. merly a member.

264, Sheridan, Wyo.-H. G. Camplin, age 27 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Newcastle, Wyo.; worked with card out of Billings, Mont.; deposited in Denver, Colo.; out on traveler dated November 1, 1907; paid December dues at Trinidad, Colo.; card lost in January, 1908; has not worked at trade since November, 1907.

283, Oklahoma City, Okla.-J. S. P. Gaffield, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Marshall, Texas; worked in Dallas, Texas; never before applied for membership. Otis M. Perrine, age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Alvarado, Ark.; worked in Tunica, Miss.; never before applied for membership. J. M. Oden, age 36 years; at trade nineteen years; has worked in Waco, Texas, and Guthrie, Okla.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while not following the trade. J. A. Smith, age 33 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Mount Pleasant, Texas; has also worked in Sherman, Texas; allowed card to lapse while working in Chandler, Okla. B. F. Ehman, age 21 years; at trade five years;

before applied for membership. Frank Hobson, age 53 years; at trade twentyseven years; learned trade in West Union, Iowa, where he was in business for himself for twenty years; never before applied for membership.

299, Tampa, Fla.-W. S. Osborne, age 44 years; at trade thirty-two years; learned trade in Oxford, Ohio; has also worked at Perry, Orlando and Sanford, Fla.

311, Grand Forks, N. D.--Herbert Christopher Kenyon, age 23 years; learned trade in Oldham, Eng.; formerly a member of English Typographical Association.

318. East Liverpool, Ohio--A. E. Lindsay, age 19 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Newcomerstown, Ohio,

329, Waterbury, Conn.-J. S. Barry, age 36 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in Middletown, Conn.; has also worked in Portland, Conn.; at present employed in Naugatuck, Conn.; never before applied for membership. H. W. Mar

tin, age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Springfield, Mass.; has also worked in Lowell and Worcester, Mass.; formerly held apprentice membership card issued by Worcester (Mass.) Union; applied for membership in Wor. cester Union, but left town while application was pending.

343, Fort Scott, Kan.-Charles Grandpierre, age 42 years; learned trade in Neuchatel, Switzerland; has worked at Greenville and Columbia, Mo.; never before made application for membership in United States; while working at trade in Europe belonged to the union.

349, Waterloo, Iowa—Charles A. Barnes, age 28 years; learned trade at Leseuer, Minn.; worked in St. Paul; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns. Richard F. Hasbrook, age 34 years; at trade twenty years; worked in Cedar Rapids and Green Bay, Wis.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while running shop for himself. H. J. Herbertz, age 50 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade at Monmouth, Ill.; never worked in organized town.

350, Joplin, Mo.-H. I. Switzer, age 40 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Altamont, Kan., and Ames, Okla.

362, Traverse City, Mich.-George D. Carroll, of Traverse City, and Frank L. Sanford, of Petoskey, Mich. Frank Robinson, last card issued by Saginaw, Mich., in 1904, for reinstatement.

363, Jackson, Miss.-M. L. Latt, age 54 years; at trade twenty-nine years; learned trade at Brandon, Miss.; never before made application for membership.

364, Coshocton, Ohio_Paul Macholz, age years; at trade four and one-fourth years; learned trade in Chicago.

376, Minot, N. D.-G. D. Arnold, age 26 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Mazeppa, Minn.; formerly a member of Minneapolis No. 42, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns. S. Stout, age 50 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Wash ington, N. J.; has also worked in Philadelphia, St. Paul and La Crosse; formerly a member of St. Paul No. 39 and La Crosse No. 218; allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

389, Vallejo, Cal.-R. A. Sage, age 28 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Alma, Kan.; now working in Benicia, Cal.; never applied for membership before.

406, Mason City, Iowa-C. A. Charles, age 44 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Shel. don, lowa; now working in Mason City, Iowa; has also worked in Minneapolis and Clinton Falls; formerly member of Minneapolis Union, but allowed card to lapse while in unorganized towns.

414, Marshalltown, Iowa--J. E. Milbourne, age 27 years; at trade ten years; worked in Wapello and Marengo, Iowa; never before applied for admission to any union.

415, Butler, Pa.-C. A. Spear, age 49 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Pittsburg, but became a proprietor soon after and has continued as such ever since; has always run a union shop; at present working in Butler.

429, Battle Creek, Mich.-George W. Brown, age 30 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Grand Rapids, Mich.; at one time held a card, but allowed same to lapse while engaged in other busi

William O'Connell, age 19 years; at trade three years; served three years of his apprenticeship; has worked in Port Huron and Detroit, Mich.

440, New York (N. Y.) Hungarian--Charles Pysch, age 37 years; at trade six years; served apprenticeship in Austria.

444, Champaign-Urbana, Ill.-James Pinkerton, age 20 years; at trade the past ten years; never made application before.

455, Owosso, Mich.--Leo J. Myers, age 31 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in

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Hillsdale, Mich.; worked in Garden City, Kan., Iligginsville, Mo., Barnum, Texas; never before applied for admission; now working in Durand, Mich.

477, Niles, Ohio-John M. Scott, age 41 years; learned trade in Tyrone, Pa.; worked in New York, Williamsport, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo.; joined Williamsport Union in 1889; card lapsed in 1895 because of failure to renew after changing location; now working in Niles.

487, Middletown, Ohio-W. T. L. Morrow, age 45 years; at trade twenty-seven years; learned trade in Eaton; also worked in Dayton.

490, Shawnee, Okla.-W. L. Berringer, at trade twelve years; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working at other trade.

491, Pocatello, Idaho--Miss H. M. Holbrook, age 24 years; at trade nine years; has worked in Winchester, Woburn and Worcester, Mass.

494, Abilene, Texas-Sam E. Cummins, age 22 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Iola, Kan.; has also worked in Kansas City, Mo.; formerly a member of lola (Kan.) Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in New Mexico in an unorganized town. Joe N. Sisk, age 20 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Strawn, Texas; has also worked in Mineral Wells, Weatherford and Midland, Texas; has never before made application for membership.

503, Stamford, Conn.-Robert Collins, age 30 years; at trade four years; learned trade with Lanston Monotype Company; has worked in New York, N. Y.

506, Ely, Nev.-W. A. Leonard, at trade thirty years; held card until about ten years ago, since which time he has been an editor and publisher.

550, Lewistown, Mont.—Butte H. Tipton, age 34 years; at trade ciglit years; learned trade in White Sulphur Springs, Mont.; has also worked in Moore, Kendall and Lewistown, Mont.; never applied for admission before.

552, Ada, Okla.-D. D. Clawson, age 24 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Chelsea, Okla.; worked in Shreveport, La., and Minden, La.; formerly held card, but allowed same lapse while working at other employment.

554, Pana, Ill.-W. 0. Thomas, age 50 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Adelphi, Ohio; has been in business for himself ever since 1885. Samuel L. Wheeler, age 51 years; at trade thirty-five years; learned trade in Albion, Ill.; has worked in Mount Carmel, Olney and Robinson, Ill.; held card up to 1900, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

571, Chickasha, Okla.-J. Wiley Smith, age 44 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Myrtle Springs, Texas; has been proprietor of country newspaper most of the time; never worked in an organized town; at present employed at Sayre, Pa.

583, Pasadena, Cal.-B. B. Cartwright, age 48 years; learned trade in Port Arthur, Mich.; last worked at trade in Alhambra, Cal.; has not been working at trade for four years; suspended from Chicago Union twenty years ago for non-payment of dues.

584, Independence, Kan.-C. L. Self, age 24 years; at trade nine years; has worked in Kansas City, Mo., and Wichita, Kan.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in coun. try towns.

586, Greeley, Colo.--C. II. Robinson; formerly heid card, but allowed same to expire.

587, Guthrie, Okla.-George E. Saunders, age 32 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Venton, Iowa; allowed Guthrie card to lapse while running a paper at Arnette,. Okla., the past year.

592, Fort Collins, Colo.- Bayard Brooks, age 24 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Ros. well, N. M.; has also worked in Midland, Texas, and Vinita. "Okla.; now working in Fort Collins; formerly held International Typographical Union

card, but allowed same to lapse while not following the business.

597, Richmond-Martinez, Cal.-Nathan Bergman, age 24 years; learned trade in Seattle, Wash.; has worked in Ritzville, Aberdeen and Ellensburg, Wash.; now working in Richmond, Cal. Harry B. Weise, age 26 years; learned trade in Monroe, Mo.; has also worked in Hollister, Cal.

599. Herrin, Ill.--S. R. Standard, age 21 years; at trade five years; worked at Alton and La Moille, Ill. ; now working at Du Quoin, Ill.; never applied for admission before.

601, Warren, Ohio-E. A. White, age 19 years; worked three and one-half years at Shreve, Ohio, and six months at Warren, Ohio; formerly a member of this local.

611, Reno, Nev.-J. D. Crosette, age 57 years; has worked in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysville; allowed card to lapse.

614, North Yakima, Wash.-W. D. Edmunds, age 24 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade at Petaluma, Cal.

633, Lawton, Okla.-Charles L. Bonner, age 29 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Lufkin, Texas; made application at Houston, Texas, about six months ago, but secretary never filed application; has never worked in union town before.

634, Lewiston, Idaho-Frank J. Pine, age 20 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Rugby, N. D.; has also worked at Knox, N. D.; made application to Caur d'Alene (Idaho) Union, but left town before application was acted upon and initiation fee was returned. J. R. Sullivan, age 31 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Centralia, Wash.; has also worked in Sandpoint, Idaho, and Kelso, B. C.

640, Berlin, N. H.-Joshua Smith, age 37 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Dundec, Scotland; has also worked in Norwood, Mass., Manchester, Conn., and Newport, N. H.; held New York traveling card while working in unorganized towns, but was compelled to give up the business on account of sickness and allowed card to lapse.

661, Chandler, Okla.-William D. Coop, age 32 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Stillwater; has also worked in Bristow and Sapulpa.

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PENSION APPLICATIONS. [Objections to the granting of the old age pension to the following petitioners must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. ]

2, Philadelphia, Pa. Sinexon, Charles L.-Age 60 years; originally joined Philadelphia Union in 1870; has been a continuous member of that local for thirty-nine years.

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. Angel, George H.-Age 69 years; originally joined Cincinnati Union in 1870; on retired list of that union from November 10, 1905, to September 23, 1907, during which time International dues were not paid; has since been a continuous member of that local.

16, Chicago, Ill. Brown, Albert II.-Age 71 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1858 or 1859; has been a continuous member of that local for fifty-one years.

McKay, Patrick-Age 60 years; originally joined Milwaukee Union in 1871; has been a continuous member of Chicago Union for thirty-seven years; has been a continuous member of the organization for thirty-eight years.

21, San Francisco, Cal. Keser, David J.--Age 61 years; originally joined Eureka Union No. 21 in 1867 or 1868; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty years.

6, New York, N. Y. James Ladley, Emanuel Rothwell.

13. Boston, Mass. Thomas O'Connor.

16, Chicago, Ill. Thomas Cromlish, Nap. B. Gray.

33. Providence, R. I. Edward B. Rose.

61, Cambridge, Mass. John G. Ryan.

102, Ottawa, Ont., Can. William McA. Fraser.

117, Springfield, Ohio. James T. West.

245, Woonsocket, R. I. Francis E. Kelly.

256, Great Falls, Mont. Andrew J. Ziminerman.

28, Galveston, Texas. Barns, Thomas-Age 83 years; originally joined typographical union in 1856; has been a continuous member of Galveston Union for thirty-five years.

36, Oakland, Cal. Ball, Thomas M.-Age 64 years; originally joined Eureka Union No. 21 in 1865; readmitted by Oakland Union July 1, 1889; has since been a continuous member of the organization, being affil. iated with unions in San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento.

66, Portland, Me. Melville, Arthur W.-Age 69 years; originally joined Portland Union in 1866; was affliated with union in St. John, N. B., in 1870; rejoined Portland Union in 1885; affiliated with Boston in 1889; since then has been a member of Portland Union.

101, Washington, D. C. Blore, Mary-Age 60 years; originally joined Columbia Union No. 101 in 1888; has also been affiliated with New York Union; has been a continuous member of the organization for twenty. one years.

Clarke, William Y.-Age 60 years; originally joined Columbia Union No. 101 in 1873; has been a continuous member of that local for over twenty years.

Fechtig. William Christian-Age 61 years; originally joined Columbia Union No. 101 in 1868; has been a continuous member of that union for forty. one years.

114, Annapolis, Md. Reese, James E. --Age 64 years; originally joined Columbia Union No. 101 in 1872,or1873; deposited Columbia card in Annapolis Union in 1896; has since been a continuous member of that local; has been a continuous member of the organization for thirty-six years.

115, Salt Lake City, Utah. Priestley, John-Age 66 years; originally joined Salt Lake City Union in 1868; has been a continuous member of that local for forty years.

145, Montreal, Que., Can. Godin, Franccis Xavier --Age 61 years; origin. ally joined Montreal Union in 1866; has been a continuous member of No.

145 for thirty-nine years and of the organization for forty-three years.

162, Jacksonville, Fla. Camplejohn, Alfred B.--Age 60 years; originally joined Jacksonville Union in 1883; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty years.

172, San Antonio, Texas. Moorhead, William-Age 65 years; originally joined Philadelphia Union in 1865; took honorable withdrawal card from Boston C'nion September 3, 1901; deposited same in San Antonio in May, 1902; took honorable withdrawal card from Austin Union March 1, 1906, and deposited same in San Antonio Luion in September, 1907; has since been a member of that union.

German-American No. 11, Baltimore, Md. Norwig. Henry-Age 66 years; originally joined Baltimore Union No. 1 in 1874; has been a continuous member of that local for thirty-four years.

PENSION APPLICATION DISAPPROVED

SINCE LAST REPORT. The following pension application has been dis. approved by the executive council since last report, The reason for the disapproval of the petition is given:

299, Tampa, Fla. David Gibbons-Insufficient membership.

PENSION APPLICATION RECONSIDERED AND

APPROVED.

169, New Albany, Ind. Edwin F. Catley.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Appleton, Neenah and Menasha, Wis.-Presi. dent, George Stein; vice-president, J. M. Van Roy; recording secretary, Morris Knudson; secretarytreasurer, T. F. Thompson; sergeant-at-arms, L. M. Larson.

Billings, Mont.-President, C. V'. Woodard; sec. retary-treasurer, A. J. Hart; executive committee, R. J. Nelson, A. J. Hedrix and Fred Parrish; delegates to trades assembly, C. V. Woodard, A. J. Hedrix and C. H. Rense.

Calgary, Alberta, Can.-President, R. J. Brown; vice-president, W. Laing; secretary-treasurer, S. Burnand; executive committee, J. H. Wolfe, F. S. Kettleson, W. Strang; auditors, W. H. Matheson, F. S. Kettleson, T. Straut.

Chico, Cal.-President, W. F. Rawlins; vicepresident, M. C. Sigsby; secretary-treasurer, C. A. Reed; sergeant-at-arms, William Axtell; executive committee, M. C. Sigsby, H. A. Carson and J. D. Cole.

Danville, I11.-President, A. W. Bishop; vicepresident, James Garrard; secretary-treasurer, John F. Bartley; recording secretary, Clynt L. Fleming; executive committee, E. G. Hunt, L. A. Owens, Iven Demoss, Alvin Chapin and Fred Kruger; auditing committee, Fred N. Phillips, W. B. Waterman and D. E. (usick; label committee, France Harper, L. A. Owens and James Garrard; delegates to trades and labor council, J. F. Stevens, J. F. Bartley and France Harper; sick committee, W. A. Carnes and R. C. Butler; sergeant. at-arms. Martin R. Kiser; delegate to St. Joseph convention, A. W. Bishop,

East Liverpool, Ohio-President, 0. 0. Eidenier; secretary-treasurer, Alex Wilson; recording secre.

PENSION APPLICATIONS APPROVED SINCE

LAST REPORT. The following is a list of members whose applications for the old age pension have been approved by the executive council since last report:

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. James F. McKnight.

4. Albany, N. Y. John W. Davies. James F. Dempsey.

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