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Hays, 640-650 Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind., and get mail.

Frank Ward, printer, formerly of Chicago, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with his sister, Mrs. C. F. Slightem, 427 West Wilson street, Madison, Wis.

MISCELLANEOUS.

has been lost and duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to J. W. Hays, 640-650 Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

Card No. 11222, issued to B. J. Foy, under date of June 11, has been lost in the mails, and dupli. cate card No. 11232 issued by Fort Wayne Union. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to H. C. Pressler, jr., 640 Huffman street, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Card No. 23348, issued by Baltimore (Md.) Union No. 12 to Frank Gill, under date of June 17, 1909, has been lost and a duplicate issued. The original card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to R. A. Williamson, 100 North Paca street, Baltimore, Md.

Card No. 3577-A, issued to E. Peterson by Superior Union No. 163, on June 19, 1909, was lost in mails and card No. 3578-A issued as duplicate thereof. The original card, if found or presented for deposit, should be taken up and returned to J. H. Somerville, 1614 Twelfth street, Superior, Wis.

Cards Nos. 11222-A and 11231-A, issued to B. J. Foy by Fort Wayne Union No. 78, have been lost and card No. 11237-A issued as a duplicate thereof. The lost cards mentioned herein, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to H. C. Pressler, jr., 640 Huffman street, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Albany (N. Y.) Typographical Union No. 4 has revoked the card of Walter Gunn and fined him $200 for ratting in Rutland, Vt. The secretary receiving the card of Mr. Gunn should hold it and communicate with Albany Union. Any information concerning this party should be forwarded to W. F. Campion, 764 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.

Card No. 21415, issued to G. P. Scott hy Oklahoma City Union No. 283, has been lost and a duplicate issued; also card No. 21417, issued by the same union to Pat Dunbar, has been lost and diplicate issued. These cards, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to 0. S. Wilson, 436-438 Bassett building, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Card No. 18403-A, issued to J. Eugene Walker, of Lafayette, La., on June 24, 1909, by secretarytreasurer, has been revoked.

Card No. 16899-A, issued to Grace N. Wood, on July 9, 1909, by Secretary-Treasurer Hays, 'has been lost. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to headquarters.

Card No. 12838, issued to John C. O'Connor, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to W. J. McLaughlin, box 502, Buffalo, N. Y.

Card No. 21553.A, issued to Oscar J. Poorman, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or deposited with a secretary, should be re. turned to W. C. Jones, 63 Indiana avenue, Wheel. ing, W. Va.

Card No. 16011-A, issued to William M. Johnson by Shreveport (La.) Union No. 155, has been lost and duplicate issued. If found or presented for de. posit, please return to H. F. Martin, box 182, Shreveport, La.

Card No. 7170-A, issued to Clarence E. Rhodes by Muncie Union No. 332, has been lost. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to Joseph Herdering, 916 South Elm street, Muncie, Ind.

The secretary receiving card No. 8095-A, held by Hugh A. Leckie and issued by Atlantic City Union No. 377, is requested to hold the same and communicate with M. Williams, 2318 Atlantic ave. nue, Atlantic City, N. J.

Card No. 16327-A, issued to J. G. Thiery, under date of June 9, 1909, by Amarillo Union, has been lost and a duplicate issued. If found or presented for deposit, same should be returned to J. A. Garvin, box 432, Amarillo, Texas.

Card No. 3940, issued to Fred C. Ray by New Castle Typographical Union No. 270, has been lost and a duplicate issued. The secretary receiving said card will please return same to Philip S. Evans, 375 Eddy street, New Castle, Pa.

Card No. 15512, issued to Ed Hartnett, bearing date March 25, 1909, has been lost and should be retained by any secretary with whom it may be deposited and Secretary Samuel A. Kennedy, of Spokane Union No. 193, notified at once.

Card No. 14103, issued by New York Union No. 6 to Ed Spencer, has been lost and a duplicate is. sued. The original card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to C. M. Maxwell, sec. retary No. 6, 616-618 World building, New York, N. Y.

Card No. 12400, issued on August 2, 1909, to S. H. Devin by Lincoln (Neb.) Union No. 209, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to F. H. Hebbard, 1527 Washington street, Lincoln, Neb.

Card No. 23451, issued on April 5, 1909, by Los Angeles Union No. 174, to Peter Hermann, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to G. W. Bowman, 203 Union Labor Temple, Los Angeles, Cal.

Card No. 17155-A, issued to W. E. Bennett, of Rouses Point, N. Y., on May 5, 1909, by Secretary-Treasurer Hays, has been revoked. Mr. Bennett ratted in Rutland!, Vt. This card, if presented for deposit, should be taken up and returned to headquarters.

Card No. 17227-A, issued to H. M. Williams by the International Union, under date of March 29,

UNION PRINTERS HOME. The following is a record of admissions, departures and deaths for the month of July, 1909:

ADMITTED. 1376—Martin D. Parks, Waco No. 188; age 67 years; admitted June 29, 1909.

1371-Walter H. Fries, New York No. 6; age 54 years; admitted July 1, 1909.

1375–Winne M. Nudde, Denver No. 49; age 52 years; admitted July 1, 1909.

1378—Michael J. Ronan, Milwaukee No. 23; age 31 years; admitted July 1, 1909.

1373-R. F. O'Conner, New York No. 6; age 57 years; admitted July 6, 1909.

1379-Wallace H. Hyde, Los Angeles, No. 174; age 39 years; admitted July 9: 1909.

1377-T. J. Dennis, Springfield No. 158; age 53 years; admitted July 11, 1909.

1372--Edward F. Drackert, New York No. 6; age 43 years; admitted July 16, 1909.

1383- John La Chance, Chicago No. 16; age 46 years; admitted July 24, 1909.

1380—0. W. La Resh, Peoria No. 29; age 43 years; admitted July 29, 1909.

VACATED 1345–George V. Robbins, Chicago Mailers No. 2; age 26 years; admitted March 25, 1909; vacated July 3, 1909; able to work.

1 282—John T. Jennings, Chicago No. 16; age 41 years; admitted October 5, 1908; vacated July 3, 1909; able to work.

858-F. II. Blakely, Cleveland No. 53; age 60 years; admitted December 14, 1904; vacated July 6, 1909; old age pension.

117–Edward McGuire, Bridgeport No. 252; age 41 years; admitted May 28, 1907; vacated July 7, 1909; failing.

1317--Richard E. Hartnett, Fort Wayne No. 78; THE DEATH ROLL.

age 48 years; admitted February 19, 1909; vacated July 19, 1909; able to work.

1236-Edward W. Rayle, Richmond No. 90; age 39. years; admitted September 1, 1908; vacated July 10, 1909; improved.

1333-William Brand, Vancouver No. 226; age 42 years; admitted March 21, 1909; vacated July 17, 1909; improved.

1305- V. H. Larson, New York No. 6; age 28 years; admitted November 1, 1908; vacated July 28, 1909; able to work.

1266—Buford Surber, Denver No. 49;, age 40 years; admitted July 25, 1908; vacated July 31, 1909; able to work.

DIED. 310-Davis C. Hartshorn, Denver No. 49; age 81 years; admitted June 1, 1898; died July 22, 1909; cerebral softening.

1375_Winne M. Nudde, Denver No. 49; age 52 years; admitted June 1, 1909; died July 26, 1909; emphysema.

1330—John Collins, San Francisco No. 21; age 54 years; admitted March 8, 1909; died July 8, 1909; cancer.

DELINQUENT UNIONS.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., August 27, 1909. Section 1, article ix, of the constitution, requires that "International dues for each month shall be collected by subordinate unions and transferred to the secretary-treasurer of the International Typographical Union before the twentieth of the suc. ceeding month." Under this law the July per capita and the July old age pension assessment of all unions was due at headquarters not later than August 20. The following unions were deinqient for per capita, or the old age pension as. Sessment, on August 27, having failed to make their returns.

In this connection attention is directed to section 14, article v, of the by-laws, which is as follows: "Section 14.

No funeral benefit claim shall be allowed unless the deceased was possessed of a current working card at the time of his death, nor shall a funeral benefit claim be allowed if, at the time of deatlı, the union of which deceased was a member is in arrears for per capita tax to the International Union." 38, Haverhill.

534, Allentown. 71, Trenton.

542, Shelbyville. 74, Belleville.

544, Douglas. 81, Bay City.

563, Rock Springs. 147, Ashland.

570, Santiago de Cuba. 159, New London.

580, Burlington. 217. Murphysboro.

585, White Plains. 257, Lisbon.

599, Herrin. 267, Frankfort.

605. Teague. 303, Cleburne.

606, Bridgetown. 335. Rossland.

617, Wallace. 358, Greenwood.

620, Central City. 385, Greenville, S. C. 621, Mayfield. 392, Pittston.

625, Salisbury. 431, Manitowoc.

648, Bartlesville. 445, Coeur d'Alene.

649, Ardmore. 459, St. Thomas.

650, Long Beach. 462, New Philadelphia. 651, Urbana. 466, West Chester. 652, Cleveland Hunga473, Moberly.

rian. 489, Livingston.

657, Regina. 501, Clearfield.

663, Saskatoon. 517, Buffalo Polish. 666, Georgetown. 533, Huntington.

MAILERS. 4, Duluth.

20, Providence.

BANNIGAN, V: D.-At New York, N. Y., May 29,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 26 years. BERTRAND, HENRI-At New York, N. Y., May 29,

1909, of myocarditis. Age 46 years. BODENHEIMER, 0. E.-At Chattanooga, Tenn.,

July 21, 1909; crushed skull. Age 35 years. BULLARD, T. H.-At Brooklyn, N. Y., May 12,

1909, of lead poisoning. Age 49 years. Callan, P. H.-At Lee, Mass., May 8, 1909, of

tuberculosis. Age 38 years. CARLIN, E. E.--At Corona, N. Y., August 1, 1909,

of paresis. Age 48 years. COHRON, JOSEPH-At East Point, Ga., August 8,

1909, of cancer. Age 80 years. Cote, EUGENE–At Quebec, Can., July 28, 1909,

of pthysic pulmonaire. Age 45 years. Day, G. W.-At Chicago, Ill., July 20, 1909, of

gangrene. Age 56 years. Dyer, S. H.-At Springfield, Mass., July 29, 1909,

of senility. Age 84 years. EBERLING, CARL-At Brooklyn, N. Y., July 27,

1909, of softening of brain. Age 64 years. ELBERT, S. H.-At Sedalia, Mo., July 15, 1909;

operation for fistula. Age 53 years. Fay, J. J.-At New York, N. Y., May 19, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 51 years. FELDMAN, HENRY-At San Francisco, Cal., July

31, 1909, of hemorrhage. Age 47 years. FINNEGAN, John-At New York, N. Y., July 17,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 48 years. GAMBLE, T. C.-At New York, N. Y., January 21,

1909, of valvular cardiac. Age 48 years. GOLDHORN, CHARLES-At New York, N. Y., Au

gust 1, 1909, of yellow atrophy. Age 54 years. HANLON. M. F.–At Brooklyn, N. Y., July 2, 1909,

of phthisis pulmonalis. Age 50 years. Heritage, ERNEST-At Passaic, N. J., June 5,

1909, of typhoid fever. Age 39 years. Hill, WilliaM-At Pittsburg, Pa., July 21, 1909,

of pneumonia. Age 67 years. HOFFMAN, J. J.-At New York, N. Y., June 30, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 41 years. HYSKELL, H. G.–At Chicago, Ill., July 23, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 33 years. JENDRAK, F. W.-At New York, N. Y., July 10,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 32 years. JONES, W. C.-At New York, N. Y., July 15,

1909, of pneumonia. Age 50 years. KEARNEY, J. H.-At New York, N. Y., May 7,

1909, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 50 years. KilcourSE, THOMAS-At New York, N. Y., June

28, 1909, of phthisis. Age 38 years. Koehl, A. W.--At Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 38 years. Kowalke, CHARLES— At Minneapolis, Minn., July

23, 1909, of peritonitis. Age 25 years. LA RESH, O. W.-At Colorado Springs, Colo., Au

gust 3, 1909, consumption. Age 43 years. LAPENNA, T. J.-At Denver, Colo., July 18, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 29 years. Loriot, HOMER-At New York, N. Y., May 19,

1909, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 46 years. Maher, WillIAM-At New York, N. Y., February

1, 1908, of tuberculosis. Age 44 years. McCauley, T. D.-At Brooklyn, N. Y., July 27,

1909, of myocarditis. Age 67 years. Moxley, J. W.-At Abilene, Texas, July 31, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 30 years. NETHING, A. C.-At Brooklyn, N. Y., August 10,

1909. of tuberculosis. Age 45 years. NUCKOLS, R. R.-At Beaver Dam. Va., August 9,

1909, of paralysis. Age 72 years. NUDD, W. M.-At Colorado Springs, Colo., July

High wages and satisfactory conditions of employment are the direct result of organization. Unorganized wage earners nurse grievances; or. ganized wage earners remove them.-Ex.

The union shop improves the environment of those who labor, thereby enhancing the quality of citizenship.-Ex.

R. Russell, W. A. Brown, D. A. Lamson, Howard B. Brown, C. R. Harwood, William J. Mahon, William Hathaway.

Medicine Hat (Alberta, Can.) No. 451-W. Norman Smith, William C. Campbell, Robert Collier, B. F. Watkins, Colin C. Lamb. Sidney McLaughlin, W. J. Freeman, B. W. Bellamy, Edward McB. Forbes.

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26, 1909, of pulmonary emphysema.

Age 52 years. O'Brien, M., J.-At El Paso, Texas, June 19,

1909, of tuberculosis. OSTRANDER, WILLIAM-At St. Joseph, Mo., July

30, 1909, of heat prostration. Age 55 years. Park, ALEXANDER-At Brooklyn, N. Y., June 9,

1909, of pulmonary odema. Age 41 years. REED, J. T.-At New York, N. Y., June 27, 1909,

of acute indigestion. Age 38 years. REEVE, J. H.-At Newark, N. J., August 5, 1909,

of dropsy. Age 67 years. Rey, J. W.-At Hoboken, N. J. July 8, 1909, of

mitral insufficiency. Age 53 years. REYNOLDS, PATRICK-At Jersey City, N. J., May

23, 1909, of valvular cardiac disease.

years. RUSSELL, J. L.-At San Jose, Cal., July 7, 1909,

of hemorrhage. Age 87 years. SAZIMA, FRANK-At Chicago, Ill., July 22, 1909;

suicide. Age 26 years. SCHAFER. CHRISTOPHER-At Brooklyn, N. Y., July

17, 1909, of pancreatitis. Age 46 years. Shaw, W. E.-At Grand Rapids, Mich., July 21,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 27 years. SHEA, D. J.-At New York, N. Y., July 19, 1909,

of nephritis. Age 54 years. SMITH, W. F.-At New York, N. Y., November

26, 1909, of nephritis. Age 45 years. SWEETWOOD, EDWARD-At Jersey City, N. J., June

15, 1909, of gastritis. Age 44 years. TRIBOUT, Paul-At New Orleans, La., July 14,

1909, of peritonitis. Age 46 years. WARREN, C. M.-At Washington, D. C., July 29,

1909, of cancer. Age 44 years. WELCH, E. B.-At New York, N. Y., May 2, 1909,

of phthisis. Age 58 years. WERNER, ERNEST-At Brooklyn, N. Y., June 18,

1909, of peritonitis. Age 37 years. ZIMMERMAN, H. F.–At New York, N. Y., May

24, 1909, of endocarditis. Age 66 years.

APPLICATIONS FROM UNORGANIZED TOWNS.

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

Beattyville, Ky.-J. W. F. Williams, age 60 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Beat. tyville, Ky.; has never been a member of the organization.

Castana, Iowa-DeWitt Coutts, age 21 years; at trade five years; always worked in unorganized towns.

Chehalis, Wash.-Bige Eddy, jr., age 23 years; at trade five and one-half years; learned trade in Olympia, Wash. Coldwater, Kan.-Henry M. Stanley, age

20 years; at trade five years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Connersville, Ind.-Harry Schube, age 21 years; at trade five years; has always worked in Connersville.

Farmington, Iowa-L. S. Knott, age 20 years; at trade six years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Fort Frances, Ont.-Joseph A. Walker, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Fort Frances; has also worked in Minto, Man.

Franklin, Ind. - Florence C. Enyart, age 54 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Kingman, Kan.; has also worked in Enid and El Reno, Okla.

Garden City, Kan.-Oliver C. Harper, age 35 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Geneseo, Ill.; has also worked in Granada, Colo.; at present employed in Garden City. Nellie M. Chabin, age 30 years; at trade ten years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Hartford, Ky.--Heber Matthews, age 46 years; at trade thirty-two years; learned trade in Madi. sonville, Ky.; has also worked in Princeton, Hopkinsville and Leitchfield, Ky.

Hazlehurst, Miss.-R. F. Ragland, age 35 years; at trade twelve years; has worked in Belleville, Ill., St. Louis, Mo., and St. Augustine, Fla.; never be. fore made application for membership.

Hill City, Kan.-Ross H. Clayton, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Hill City, Kan.; now working in Reveille.

Kinsley, Kan.-G. L. Smith, age 24 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Greensburg, Kan.; at present employed at Kinsley, Kan.

Lima, Ohio-George D. Mumaugh, age 41 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Lima; was a member of the former union in Lima. O. B. Miller, age 36 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Bellefontaine; formerly a member of Dayton Union No. 57, but allowed card to lapse. Floyd L. Van Pelt, age 25 years; at trade eight years; has always worked in Lima.

New Martinsville, W. Va.-R. E. Patterson, age 21 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Democrat office at New Martinsville, W. Va.; at present employed in this city.

Paris, TexasJ. J. Cunningham, age 31 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Paris, Texas; made application to former union in Paris, but charter was surrendered before action was taken upon petition.

Quanah, Texas-Fred M. Huffer, age 25 years; attrade four and one-half years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Fort Frances, Ont.-M. Murray, age 22 years;

CHARTERS ISSUED.

Greensburg (Pa) No. 668—E. W. Patterson, Leander Murphy, jr., James L. Horning, Harry G. Garvin, W. J. Werkman, H. W. Carothers, Frank E. Seifert.

Mantanzas (Cuba) No. 646-Edwardo Morales, Cirilo Dulzaides, Francisco Rodriguez, Ramon Perez, Antonio Rafon, Jose Luis Anchet. Julio Marino, Gouzalez, Carlos Oliva, Antonio Davila, Jose Davila, Elias Planas, Pedro Lopez.

Pittsburg (Pa.) Mailers No. 22-S. Young, F. 0. Shellady, Michael Healy, Frank Coakley, Carl Matz, E. Hyde, Robert Moore, John Larking, Matthew Campbell, Leo Caveney, W. J. Rogers, C. J. Warzenhofer, P. W. Honan, A. H. Kracling, John F. Irvin, Josiah McElhang, David Cohen, H. J. Warzenhofer, Thomas O'Donnell, Frank Crawley, H. Stein.

Eau Claire (Wis.) No. 558-Jack Erpenbach, James R. Harris, William F. Beck. J. H. Warner, Marion O'Neill, O. A. Fairfield, May Fitzpatrick, Hattie Lehman, Mary Pearson, Frank T. Meggett, Louis P. Best, Eugene Sullivan, E. La Lande, Harry Johnson.

Glace Bay (Nova Scotia) No. 457— Walter P. Williams, John L. Clachrie, John W. H. Willis, William Schofield, Douglas McFarlane, Harry A. Spicer, Thomas G. Walker.

Sydney (Nova Scotia) No. 460–M. J. McNeil, W. "T. Connolly, James E. McDonald, George A. Birson, James's. Macdonald, George McLeod, Charles J. Coleman, Edgar Morrison, James C. Gavell, Pius McMillon, D. McPherson, M. McDonald, D. MacDonald.

Niles (Mich.) No. 467-Oliver H. Townsley, E.

at trade four and one-half years; las always worked in unorganized towns.

Lakewood, N. J.-Norman M. Lauler, age 33 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Lakewood, N. J.; has always worked in unorgan: ized towns.

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

3, Cincinnati, Ohio-Fred W. Wilson, linotype operator, age 32 years; learned trade in Laporte, Ind.; has never worked in an organized town.

4, Albany, N. Y.-Charles E. Martin, age 55 years; at trade thirty-five years; recommended by Plattsburg Daily Press. William H. Spear, age 53 years; at trade thirty-three years; at present employed with J. B. Lyon Company.

5, Columbus, Ohio_F. C. Amspoker, age 26 years; at trade six years; has worked in Fairport and New Concord, N. Y.; has never before worked in an organized town. E. C. McGaw, age 35, years; at trade twenty years; has worked in Chicago, Cleveland and Toledo; was a member of No. 16 at one time.

8, Denver, Colo. (Mailers)-H. W. Francis, age 24 years; at trade four and one-half years in Fort Worth, Texas.

8, St. Louis, Mo.-J. G. Duval, age 30 years; at trade fourteen years; has worked in Mobile, Ala., and St. Louis, Mo. Edwin H. Barsachs, age 23 years; at trade six years; learned trade in St. Louis. Walter J. L. Quermann, age 22 years;, at trade six years; worked in St. Louis. Rudolph Coopersmith, age 26 years; non-printer linotype operator; graduate of instruction room Mergenthaler plant, Brooklyn, N. Y. Adolph J. Goerisch, age 30 years; at trade twelve years; has worked in Mount Morris, Ill., and Kalamazoo, Mich. 0. C. Swinney, age 31 years; at trade fifteen years; has worked in Avolon, Hale, Chillicothe and St. Louis, Mo. C. F. Schnell, age 45 years; at trade twentyfive years; worked in St. Louis, Mo. William Dodge, age 34 years; at trade fifteen years; worked in St. Louis. John Simmons, age 24 years; at trade five years; worked in St. Louis. L. Clark Zeigler, age 27 years; at trade ten years; has worked in Bedford and Pittsburg, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo. V. Stephanof, age 24 years; non-printer monotype keyboard operator; at trade eight months; worked in St. Louis, Mo.

II, Memphis, Tenn.-Beaumont Ligon, age 37 years; at trade about twenty years; learned trade in Memphis; has also worked in Little Rock, Ark,

14, Harrisburg, Pa.-Charles L. Schields; at trade four years; has never been a member of any union; now residing at Penbrook, Pa. J. C. Grieves; at trade eight years; formerly a member of West Chester Union No. 466.

16, Chicago, Ill.-Milton Applegate, age years; served seven years' apprenticeship in the Gazette office, at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Charles Beverly, age 22 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the following offices: Daily Republican, Belvidere, Ill.; Tribune, Sycamore, ill., and Har: megnies & Howell, Chicago. Fred J. Brausch, age 24 years; served six years' apprenticeship in the Randolph Bo and abel Company and McCracken Box and Label Company offices. George Buchholz, age 21 years; served six years' apprenticeship in the following Chicago offices: American Color. type Company, Gunthorp-Warren Printing Company, Henson Bros., W. G. Lloyd Company, F. W. Brenckel. Clyde Christopher, age 21 years; served four years' apprenticeship in offices in St. Joseph, Mo., and at Keogh's, Chicago. Margaret Cloke; served apprenticeship in the W. B. Conkey office at Hammond, Ind. ; worked in St. Louis, Mo.; was formerly a member of No. 16. W. F. Copeland, age 26 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the Herald office at Manchester, Ia. William Dreuttell, age 21 years; served four years' appren.

ticeship in the R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company office; now employed at the National Advertisers Printing Company. Paul J. Farrell, age 21 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the United States navy. Charles M. Fox, age 21 years; served four years' apprenticeship as linotype machinist at the Western Newspaper Union, Guttenberg Company and Henneberry's. George A. Greenlee, age 20 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the following offices: Franklin Printing Company, Mayer & Miller, Bill of Fare Press, Jefferson Program Company, Schnable Printing Company, Hall Printing Company, Bowman Publishing Company, Oak Park; Douglas Printing Company, Melrose Park; E. H. Eckhardt, Reporter Argus News, Oak Leaves, Oak Park, Ill. Edward F. Haffey, age 21 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the Dornan Printing Comany office, Philadelphia, Pa. Joseph Hermann, age 20 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the following offices: H. S. Tif. fany, Interior, Charles Kleist, Hermosa Printing Company, United Autographic Register Company, E. W. Bredemeier. F. A. Humphrey, age 27 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the Park Col. lege Press office at Parkville, Mo, David W. Hut. ton, age 23 years; served eight years' apprenticeship in the Langman & Ewing office, Glasgow, Scot. land. Harry Holabird, age 22 years; served six years' apprenticeship in the Woodrow Stationery and Printing Company, Cincinnati, and other offices in that city. Lawrence Jablonski, age 20 years; served three years' apprenticeship as a linotype machinist in the American-Examiner office. Thomas Joyce, age 31 years; served four years' apprentice. ship in the Kellogg & Co. office, New York city; was formerly a member of No. 6. Paul Jentzen, age 21 years; served five years' apprenticeship in the A. N. Kellogg Company office; now employed at the same place. Marion C. Kennedy, age 29 years; served five years’ apprenticeship in the Courier-Journal office, Louisville, Ky.; was formerly a member of No. 16. Harry Kintz, age 22 years; served six years' apprenticeship in the W. G. Lloyd office; now employed at the same place. J. M. Kreger, age 21 years; served five years' apprentice. ship in the following Chicago offices: MarshallJackson Company (before the strike), S. C. Bilger, Bowman Publishing Company, Rogerson Press, Lord & Thomas, Metcalf Stationery Company. I. S. Landfield, age 23 years; served five years' apprenticeship in offices in Russia and in the following Chicago offices: J. Pollock, Peerless Press, Goetz-Wright. Joseph B. Lawrence, age 23 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the M. A. Lid. dle and W. W. Andrews offices, Muskegon, Mich. Herbert H. Little, age 33 years; served five years' apprenticeship in the Range-Tribune office at Iron Mountain, Mich., and in the Reporter office, same city. Paul Macholz, age 20 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the following offices: Marshall.Jackson Company, Columbia Press, Weber Brothers. Edward C. Naughton, age 25 years; served seven years' apprenticeship in the following offices: Pettibone, Sawtell & Co., J. F. Tenny Company, Library Bureau, Postoffice and Railway Mail Printing office. Charles D. Pearce, age 35 years; served five years' apprenticeship in the Register office at Austin, Minn. W. H. Praender, age 18 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the Reese & Smith office at Gonzales, Tex. Joseph F. Rupp, age 23 years; served five years' experience in the Spectator office at Monroeville, O., and at George Seton Thompson's and the Relianc Press. William T. Sievers, age 31 years; served seven years' apprenticeship in R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, Jacobs & Holmes, Rogers & Hall Company. Lawrence Thrift, age 28 years; served four years' apprenticeship in the Chronicle office, Hoopeston, Ill.; worked in Chicago for Toby Rubovits, Advertisers Printing Company, Marshall Jackson Company. Albert Wusterhausen, age 24 years; served nine years' apprenticeship at the Hill Publishing Company office, New York; Western Newspaper Union, Denver. Colo., and in the following Chicago offices: Hollister Brothers, R. R. Donnel. ley & Sons Company, Goetz-Wright Printing Com. pany, Sanders Printing Company.

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17, New Orleans, La.-Robert L. Phillips, Jr., age 20 years; learned trade at Meridian, Miss. R. II. Boudreaux and Fred S. Hausner; served appreniiceship at New Orleans.

23. Milwaukee, Wis.--Fred Thady, linotype ma. chinist, age 33 years; worked in Denver, Colo., and Saginaw, Mich.; has been out of business for some time. J. A. Wilson; originally from Milwaukee, but has been working for the Western Printing House, St. Louis.

27, Mobile, Ala.-W. A. Jackson; worked in Carrollton, Ill.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Macon, Ga., and Gadsen, Ala.; formerly a member of union, but allowed card to lapse.

30, St. Paul, Minn.--Martin Bowes; at trade four years; has worked in Hot Springs, Ark.; Kan. sas City, Mo.; Shawnee, Okla., and Detroit, Mich.; at present employed in St. Paul as a reporter.

31, Fond du Lac, Wis.-M. M. Fagaines; at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Shelby, Ohio; has worked in Providence, R. I., and New York, N. Y.; has never before made application to any union.

54, Raleigh, N. C.-Edward F. Snakenburg; at trade eighteen years; learned trade at Wilson, N. C.; has also worked at Norfolk, Va.; now employed at Raleigh; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while in business for himself at Elm City, N. C. R. G. Bowen; at trade five years; learned trade in Blackstone, Va.; has also worked in Blackville, S. C.; now employed in Raleigh.

55, Syracuse, N. Y.-Leon A. Carpenter, age 33 years; at trade seventeen years; has worked in Westfield and Clinton, N. J.

58, Portland, Ore.- Jessie H. Hammond, age 33 years; at trade five years; learned trade in office of Chamberlain Medicine Company; worked on Pierce publications in Des Moines, la. J: Towns, age 28 years; learned trade in office of Northill Free Press, Northill, Australia; worked on above publication; also Table Talk, Melbourne; Columbia Tribune, Columbia, Mo., 1904-5; not worked at trade since that time. F. F. Riley, age 26 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Hale, Mo.; worked in Clay City, Ill.; never before made appli. cation.

64, Lafayette, Ind. - William E. Dodson; at trade four years; has worked at Wingate, Ind.; now working at Lafayette.

78, Ft. Wayne, Ind.-Henry W. Mahon, age 24 years; at trade five years; served apprenticeship in Columbus, Ohio.

87, Houston, Texas-E. M. Gudger; at trade four years in Navasota, Texas. 92,

Little Rock, Ark.---T. J. Webster, age 25 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade at Cin. cinnati, Ohio; now working at Little Rock. W. A. Bouldin, age 50 years; at trade thirty years; has worked at Danville, Va.; now working at Little Rock.

101, Columbia, Washington, D. C.-Henry S. Miller, age 23 years; at trade five years; has worked in Marlboro, Md., and Washington, D. C. William H. Fainter, age 45 years: served apprenticeship in Washington, but entered United States navy at conclusion of time; has been ship's printer in navy for past twenty years.

102, Ottawa, Ont., Can.--George Lawrence, age 27 years; served apprenticeship in Valleyfield, Que. bec; never before applied for membership.

18, Des Moines, Ia.-H. L. Morphy, age 22 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Des Moines.

144. Fresno, Cal.-Joseph I. Steel, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade at Xenia, Ohio; now working at Fresno.

152, Manchester, N. H.-George A. Ballard, age 34 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Concord, N. H.; has also worked in Washington, D. C., and Waltham, Mass.; once a member of Lawrence (Mass.) Pressmen's Union. I. B. Hodges, age 36 years; at

trade sixteen years;

learned trade in Troy, N. Y.; now working in Con. cord; was once a member of Concord Union.

155, Shreveport, La.-Carlos E. Campana, age 34 years; served apprenticeship in Ft. Worth, Texas; has been working in unorganized towns for past ten years; has also been in business for him. self.

171, Elgin, Ill.--Charles D. Cope, learned trade in Earlville, 111.; worked in Aurora and St. Charles, Ill. ; never belonged to union. Walter S. Basye; learned trade in Hubbell and Belleville, Kan.; finished apprenticeship at Elgin.

183, Savannah, Ga.--George E. Maddox; card lapsed while in business at Quincy, Fla. J. F. Candato; at trade nine years; learned trade in Syl. vania, Ga.; never before applied for membership.

192, Cedar Rapids, Ia.—Joseph C. Blahnik; at trade five years; has always worked in Cedar Rapids. Charles M. Reynolds; at trade fifteen years; has worked in Maquoketa and Anamosa, Ia. D. N. Perkins; has worked in Anamosa and Ma. quoketa, Ia., and Savanna, Ill.

193, Spokane, Wash. — Alice B. Kennedy; at trade five years; learned trade in Flagstaff, Ariz.; has worked in Greely and Denver, Colo., and Kansas City, Mo. B. L. Brown, age 40 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Dawson, N. D.; joined St. Louis Union No. 8 about 1887 and held card until 1890, when he entered other business and allowed card to lapse; has not worked at trade since.

194, Joliet, Ill.—Earnest Epley; learned trade in Aurora, Ill.

198, Fort Worth, Texas-P. R. Clark, age 33 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Canton, Texas; has worked in Lipan and Santo, Texas.

202, Seattle, Wash.—Percy L. A. Lines, age 31 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Birm. ingham, England; was a member of Birmingham Union, but allowed card to lapse while at other business; has also worked in Montreal, Canada. James W. Barr, age 45 years; at trade thirty years;

member of defunct Selma (Ala.) Union; worked in Atlanta, Ga., for three months in office of Foote & Davis (non-union). Paul H. Lovering, age 29 years; at trade ten years; formerly a member of Tampa (Fla.) Union, but al. lowed card to lapse in 1906 while engaged in newspaper business in Tampa. G. Swerdfiger, age, 50 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Mor. risburg, Can.; formerly a member of Pasadena (Cal.) Union, but allowed card to lapse in 1906.

209, Lincoln, Neb.-Lillian M. Smith, age 27 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in New. castle, Wyo.; has also worked in Deadwood, S. D., and Sheridan, Wyo.; never before applied for membership.

211, Oshkosh, Wis.-C. Knapp, age 24 years; learned trade at the Signal office; has also worked for Allen & Weidner and Cook & Ellsworth.

212, Pawtucket, R. 1.-Henri Poirier, age 18 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Montreal; never been a member of any union. Jabez Perry, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Attleboro, Mass.; never been a member of any union.

214, Pendleton, Ore.-Otto E. Didion, age 31 years; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while operationg his own plant in unorganized town.

218, Sioux Falls, S. D.-Olaf Mykle, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Norway; now working in Sioux Falls. Enoch S. Schet. nan, age 23 years; at trade four years; has worked in Everett, Wash., and Portland, Ore. Roy H. Ebert, age 29 years; at trade fourteen years; has worked in Minneapolis and Watertown, S. D.

234, Corsicana, Texas-- Miss Era Lee Bradley, age 22 years; at trade three years; learned trade in Corsicana; has also worked in Tucumcari, N. M., and Kemp and Tyler, Texas.

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