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237, Sandusky, Ohio--George Schults; at trade ten years; has worked in Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, Mich., and New York, Pittsburg and Chicago; allowed card to lapse while working at an. other trade.

243, Hutchinson, Kan. Walter J. Benjamin, age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in McPherson, Kan.; has also worked in Herrington, Kan.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse; now working in Hutchinson. Harry W. McMillan, age 26 years; at trade twelve

years; learned trade in Stafford, Kan.; has also worked in Kansas City, Mo., and Emporia, Kan.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while not following the trade; at present employed in Ilutchinson. F. L. Steenrod, age 33 years; learned trade in Colwich, Kan.; has also worked in Olean, N. Y., and Fremont, Neb.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns; now employed in Hutchinson.

245, Woonsocket, R. I.-James J. Moloney, age 22 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Milford, Mass.; has worked in Milbury, Mass.; Canaan, N. H., and Rutland, Vt.

249, Fort Smith, Ark.-Roscoe Remington, age 25 years; learned trade in Geddes, S. D.; formerly a member of Minneapolis; allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized town.

268, Gloversville, N. Y.-Byron J. Archambault, age 31 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Fonda, N. Y.; at present in Fonda, N. Y.

277, Missoula, Mont.-J. A. Gilcully; learned trade in Oskaloosa, Kan.; worked in Hamilton and Trenton, Mo., and Leavenworth, Kan. Raymond Hork, age 19 years; learned trade in Hamilton, Mont.; now working in Hamilton.

286, Marion, Ind.— William J. Reseigh, age 21 years; at trade six and one-half years in the office of Burgum's, Pittsburg, and the Olyphant Record. J. Ernest Symons, age 27 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade at Olyphant Record; belonged to Scranton No. 112 a few years ago and withdrew on account of working in Olyphant, where they had no union shop at that time.

287, Frankfort, Ind. Ernest Sands; formerly member of Terre Haute Union, but allowed card to lapse; has not worked at trade for past few months.

288, Galesburg, Ill.–Arthur Bertholz, age 21 years; has worked in Hamilton, Ill.; Grand Rapids, Mich., and numerous smaller towns.

292, Grand Junction, Colo.--Ernest L. Miener, age 18 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Funta, Colo.; also worked in Glenwood Springs, Rifle and Grand Valley, Colo.; at present employed in Rifle, Colo.

298, Massillon, Ohio-E. F. Reinoehl, age 30 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in office of Granga County Record; never before applied for membership.

329, Waterbury, Conn.- Joseph Maroney, age 21 years; learned trade in Waterbury. William A. Miller, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Torrington, Conn.; has worked in Pittsfield, Mass.

340, Nelson, B. C.--John H. Willcox, age 39 years; learned trade in Durham, England; has worked in Wakefield, England.

348, Girard, Kan.-H, W. Tucker, age 37 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Walnut and Mulberry, Kan. E. A. Deitrich, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Pittsburg, Kan.; has also worked in Frontenac and Allen, Kan.

362, Traverse City, Mich.-G. W. Finch; applicant for reinstatement.

363, Jackson, Miss.- Robert L. Peyton, age 29 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Raymond, Miss.

370, El Paso, Texas-G. G. Crichet, age years; learned trade in Northwest Indianian; has also worked in Ruston, La.; Dallas, Texas, and Las Cruces, N. M.

371, Rome, Ga.--P. P. Ilagerty; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse; has been working in country towns for several years. C. 0. Burns, formerly a member of No. 371, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns. G. D. Ross; has been editing a paper at Windsor, Ga., and allowed card to lapse.

380, Augusta, Me.--Samuel E. Murphy, age 30 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Augusta, Me.

404, Tyler, Texas-G. G. Dobbs, agc 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Tyler.

410, Everett, Wash.-S. Steen, age 28 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Duluth, Minn.; never before applied for membership.

414, Marshalltown, Iowa-Bert Merrill, age 37 years; learned trade in State Center, Iowa, and has worked there for many years.

439. Bakersfield, Cal.—Earl G. Hoisington, age 28 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Rapid City, S. D.; has also worked in Lead and Deadwood, S. D.

440, New York Hungarian-L. Wolszerak, age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Russian Poland. Alex Heiner, age 32 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in Hungary.

441, Salem, Ohio-S. A. Arnold, age 27 years; learned trade in Canfield, Ohio; has also worked in Greencastle, Ind.

445, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-Fred W. Miller, age 22 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Beatrice, Neb.; has also worked in Forsyth, Mont.; at present employed in Coeur d'Alene. Harry D. Witcomb, age 28 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Bloomington, Wis.; has also worked in Lancaster, Wis.; at present employed in Coeur d'Alene.

452, New Kensington-Tarentum, Pa.--Mrs. Clar. ence F. Kuhn, age 28 years; at trade six years; has worked in Pittsburg, New Kensington and Tarentum; never before made application for membership.

453, Norwich, N. Y.-Claude Williams, age 22 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Afton; has also worked in Bainbridge and Norwich, N. Y.; never before applied for membership, as he has always been located in unorganized towns.

484, Muskogee, Okla.--T. E. Palmer; learned trade in Kingman, Kan.; has also worked in Hobart, Okla.; applied for admission at Hutchinson, Kan.; was elected, but left town before being obligated.

489, Livingston, Mont.-C. W. Mix, age 27 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Gal. veston, Texas; has worked in Minot and Williston, N. D.; now working in Livingston.

503, Stamford, Conn.-Ed J. McCabe, age 28 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Derby, Conn.; has worked in Seymour, Conn.; held card, but allowed sa ne to lapse. Edward J. Conlan, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in New York. William J. Chambers, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in New York; held apprentice card in No. 6.

525, Amarillo, Texas–J. A. Lathan, R. Lee Joiner and J. F. Jones.

527, New Rochelle, N. Y.-Stephen Fennard, age 26 years; at trade eight years; learned the busi. ness in office of W. J. Wassmith and Blanchard Press.

531, Gainesville, Texas-Joe Leonard, age years; at trade five years; learned trade in Gainesville and has always worked in that city. Charles E. Woodson, jr., age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Denton; now employed in Gainesville. F. L. Jakubik, age 33 years; at trade fourteen years; has worked in Ballinger, Cameron and Taylor; now working in Gainesville; has never worked in an organized town.

539, Gulfport, Miss.-J. Thurman Knoch, age 19 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Way

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cross, Ga.; has also worked in Hendersonville, N. C., and Thomasville, Ga.

546, Chicago, Ill. (Polish)-Joseph J. Fekl, age 26 years; learned trade in Plzen, Bohemia. Joseph J. Nosek, age 25 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Bohemia; has worked in Kewaunce, Wis.

552, Ada, Okla.--H. E. Matthews, age 22 years; at trad

five years; learned tr in Raff, Okla.; worked in Seminole, Greenville and Ada, Okla.

565, McAlester, Okla.-Harry S. Runyan, age 31 years; at trade sixteen years; allowed card from Washington, D. C., to lapse about five years ago while working in unorganized town; has not worked in a union town since. George Palmer, age 21 years; at trade four years in McAlester.

584, Independence, Kan.-H. W. Chabin, age 33 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Junction City, Kan.; formerly held card, but al. lowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

601, Warren, Ohio · Arthur Mahan, age years; at trade four years; learned trade in War. ren; never before made application.

613, Enid, Okla.-F. A. Clarke, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in office of Advertiser, Chapman, Okla. J. Harry Toler, age years; at trade five years; learned trade in Latham, Kan. William A. Delzell, age 47 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Cheney, Kan.; has always worked in his own office.

619, Sapulpa, Okla.-Wilbur C. Kyle, age 43 years; at trade twenty-six years; learned trade in Coshocton, Ohio; worked in Forest and DuQuoin, Ill., and Bridgeport, Mass.; now working in Sapulpa.

626, Manila, P. I.-J. H. McInerry; learned trade in Canton, Mo.; has also worked in Greenfield, Mo., and Huntsville, Ark.; never made appli. cation for membership before; now working in clerical capacity in bureau of printing.

629, Bowling Green, Ky.--Walter G. Marshall, age 36 years; at trade fifteen years; has worked in Russellville, Ky.; Dixon, Tenn., and Bowling Green, Ky.

638, Salina, Kan.-W. H. Smith, of Herington, Kan., age 31 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Downs, Kan.; now working in Herington, Kan,; has also worked in New Market, Ia., and Guide Rock, Neb.

647, Hattiesburg, Miss.-M. E. Rigg, age 22 years; at trade five years; learned trade at Pal.

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

3, German-American, St. Louis, Mo. Voit, John-Age 67 years; originally joined German-American Union No. 3 in 1886; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-three years.

6, New York, N. Y. Copeland, George -- Age 74 years; originally joined New York Union in 1855 or 1856; has also been affiliated with New Orleans Union; has been a continuous member of New York Union for twenty-one years; has been a continuous member of the organization for fifty-three years.

7, Pittsburg, Pa. Sandrus, James S.-Age 67 years; originally joined Pittsburg Union in 1862; has been a continuous member of that local for forty years.

8, St. Louis, Mo. Hindle, Robert B.-Age 71 years; originally joined St. Louis Union in 1859; has been a continuous member for twenty years.

16, Chicago, Ill. Williams, George F.-Age 64 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1888; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty years and eleven months.

21, San Francisco, Cal. Long, Benjamin-Age 67 years; originally joined Glasgow (Scotland) Union in 1861; affiliated with Philadelphia Union No. 2 from August, 1889, to 1899; has since been a continuous member of San Francisco Union.

101, Washington, D. C. Fenton, Jeremiah J.-Age 62 years; originally joined Montreal Union in 1867 or 1868; during the past twenty years has been affiliated with unions in Rutland, Vt., and Washington, D. C.

Shearer, Henry C.--Age 76 years; originally joined Wheeling (W. la.) Union (unable to give date); has been a continuous member of Washington Union for over twenty years; has been a continuous member of the organization for about fifty years.

Topham, Richard Bell— Age 63 years; originally joined Columbia Typographical Society in 1866, which afterward became Columbia Union No. 101; took traveling card from that union in October, 1866, and deposited same in Philadelphia Union; took traveling card from Philadelphia Union in October, 1902, and deposited same in Columbia Union No. 101; has since been a continuous member of that local.

126, Butte, Mont. Corcoran, Philip — Age 63 years; originally joined Buffalo Union in 1864; during the past twenty years has been affiliated with unions in St. Paul, Salt Lake City and Butte; has been a continuous member of the organization for twenty

myra, Ill.

659, Madisonville, Ky.—Thomas P. Wand, age 23 years; at trade ten years; learned trade at Morgantown, Ky.; has also worked at Hartford and Hopkinsville, Ky.; at present employed at Earlington. Miss Maud M. Parish, age 21 years; learned trade at Madisonville, Ky.; now working in Madisonville; never applied for membership.

663, Saskatoon, Sask. Can.-Frank J. Wright; at trade sixteen years in Liverpool and Kolver. ton. England. Edward L. Richard; at trade eight years; has worked in Milwaukee, Lomira and Lake Geneva, Wis.

665, Rhyolite, Nev.-L. B. Downer, age 35 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Martinez, Cal.; has also worked in Oroville, Ala. meda and San Francisco, Cal.; formerly a member of San Francisco Union, but allowed card to lapse.

667, Chico, Cal.---A. B. Salisbury, age 44 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Chico;

member of International Typographical Union, but allowed card to lapse while following other work. True E. Waller, age 19 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Chico.

four years.

PENSION APPLICATIONS APPROVED SINCE

LAST REPORT.

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

2, Philadelphia, Pa. Charles L. Sinexon.

16, Chicago, Ill. Albert II. Brown, Patrick McKay.

21, San Francisco, Cal. David J. Keser.

When the wives and daughters of all union men demand the label on all their purchases, then will

inionism have received an impetus that can not be stopped by all the injunctions or other obstruc. tions ever devised by greedy men.-Ex.

28, Galveston, Texas. Thomas Barns.

36, Oakland, Cal. Thomas M. Ball.

66, Portland, Me. Arthur W. Melville.

94, Jersey City, N. J. George F. Nelson.

101, Washington, D. C. Mary Blore, William Y. Clarke, William Fechtig.

114, Annapolis, Md. James E. Reese.

115, Salt Lake City, Utah. John Priestley.

145, Montreal, Can. Francois X. Godin.

162, Jacksonville, Fla. Alfred B. Camplejohn.

II, German-American, Baltimore, Md. Henry Norwig.

Corsicana, Texas-President, S. P. Story; vicepresident, L. D.

Emmons;

secretary-treasurer, Frank Chrisman; sergeant-at-arms, J. L. Reeves; executive committee, L. D. Emmons, W. W. Nelson and J. C. Trimble.

Denison, Texas-President, A. F. Henning; vicepresident, R. M. Haley; secretary-treasurer, F. R. Lawhon; executive committee, A. E. Clymer, R. M. Haley, L. E. Stewart; sergeant-at-arms, G. Hull; delegates to labor_trades council, F. R. Lawhon, R. M. Haley, A. E. Clymer, C. W. Chapman and G. W. Waller.

Eureka, Cal.—President, George Keeting; vicepresident, W. F. Wagle; secretary-treasurer, Ver. non A. Smith; sergeant-at-arms, E. McCarle; executive committee, W. E. Fletcher, H. D. Book and A. H. Brantley.

Frankfort, Ind.-President, Fred D. Kennedy; vice-president, B. R. Petty; tinancial secretary, Joe M. Gardner; recording secretary, L. N. Tester; sergeant-at-arms, Fred A. Taylor.

Hutchinson, Kan.-President, J. E. Carroll; vicepresident, G. B. Cummings; secretary treasurer, Vernon Gray; executive board, G. B. Cummings, chairman; J. E. Workman and Harold E. Gray.

Keokuk, Iowa-President, H. C. Altes; vicepresident, Harry Bertschinger; recording secretary, Alfred Windler; sergeant-at-arms, E. W. Scott.

La Salle-Peru, Ill.-President, Edward B. Snow; vice-president, G. F. Tuttle; secretary-treasurer, J. Al Meisenbach; executive board, G. F. Tuttle, Thomas Rohde and A. R. Muir.

Montpelier, Vt.-President, Theodore H. Stoppel; financial secretary and treasurer, Monton E. Mack; vice president, J. Henry Magester; recording secretary, Edith L. Allen.

New London, Conn.-President, Edward A. Col. by; vice-president, Leon N. Colby; secretary-treas. urer, Julian D. Moran; recording secretary, Ambrose Higgins; sergeant-at-arms, Arthur F. Russ.

New York, N. Y. (Hebrew-American)-President, A. W. Josephson; vice-president, M. Levy; treasurer, L. Feigin; financial secretary, M. Gard. ner; recording secretary, J. Roseman; correspond. ing secretary, S. Schoenfeld; sergeant-at-arms, A. Kronenthal; trustees, A. Lorin and A. Sarasohn.

Pendleton, Ore.--President, A. O. Carden; vicepresident, D. C. Brown; secretary-treasurer, E. D. Weaver; executive committee, F. Baker, E. Baer; label committee, chairman, E. Baer, E. D. Weaver and F. Baker.

Port Arthur, Ont., Can.-President, E. G. Price; vice-president, E. McKinstry; secretary treasurer, C. N. Lochhead; sergeant-at-arms, W. Murray.

Regina, Sask., Can.--President, Robert Hood; vice-president, George Bishop; secretary-treasurer, W. B. Stevens; recording secretary, J. T. Jackson; sergeant-at-arms, B. H. Smith.

PENSION APPLICATIONS DISAPPROVED

SINCE LAST REPORT. The following pension applications have been disapproved by the executive council since last re. port. The reason for the disapproval of the petitions is given.

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. George H. Angel-Insufficient membership.

172, San Antonio, Texas. William Moorhead-Insufficient membership.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Anaconda, Mont. - President, John Green; vicepresident, H. A. Denny; secretary-treasurer, Dan Dunn; recording secretary, C. B. Shryock; sergeant-at-arms, Otto Jeck; executive committee, P. J. Coogan, George Roddy, C. A. Houck, M. L. Kingand, W. H. Hamilton; delegates to central labor union, John Green, P. J. Coogan and Dan Dunn.

Augusta, Ga.-President, J. C. Harrison; vicepresident, M. E. Layfield; secretary-treasurer, J. Hl. Moorman, jr.; recording secretary, A. B. Lee; sergeant-at-arms, E. A. Sack; executive committee, W. H. Steine, G. H. Livingston, E. E. Vaughn; auditing committee, C. J. Atkinson, H. A. Shackelford and J. F. Vaughn.

Charleston, S. C.-President, C. L. Wilson; vicepresident: Frank Melchers; second vice-president, A. 1. Austin; secretary-treasurer,, Cornelius Thompson; sergeant-at-arms, E. J. Holton; reading clerk, T. W. Condon.

Cheyenne, Wyo.-President, H. C. Hoffman; vice-president. W. H. H. Reid; secretary-treasurer, J. William Switzer; executive committee, C. S. Bickley, A. T. Lewis and H. C. Purcell.

Chicago, I11. (Norwegian Danish) President, Bernard Svendsen; vice-president, E. M. Nelssen; recording secretary, H. Stockseth; secretary-treas. urer, Carl Kessler; sergeant-at-arms, Sigurd Jensen; auditing committee, I. Dahl, G. Forde and J. Borgersen.

Clinton, Iowa-President, G. F. Tucker; vicepresident, G. C. Holle; recording secretary, R. C. Turner; sergeant-at-arms, Mark Meader; executive committee, 0. C. Lindloff: secretary-treasurer, T. C. Thomsen; delegates to Tri-City Labor Congress, Carl Bloomberg, G. F. Tucker, W. B. Farver, R. C. Turner and T. C. Thomsen.

In itself the writ of injunction is of a highly important and beneficent character. Its aims and purposes are for the protection of property rights. It never was intended, and should never be invoked, for the purpose of depriving free men of their personal rights, the right of man's ownership of himself; the right of free locomotion, free assemblage, free association, free speech, free press; the freedom to do those things promotive of life, liberty and happiness, and which are not in contravention of the law of our land.—Ex.

ORGANIZED labor is now passing through a crisis which will tend to strengthen it forever. The true union man will exert himself more than ever be. fore to build up his union. Only in time of war is the true soldier proven.-Ex.

The more a man furries, the more he worries. --Ex.

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SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., August 20, 1909. To Subordinate Unions:

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

RECEIPTS. July 20. Balance general fund.. $96,076 11 July 20. Balance old age pension fund. 179,482 17 1, Indianapolis-For bal. June and July 176 40 For balance June and July pension assessment

167 14 2, Philadelphia--For July...

345 15 For July pension assessment.

204 91 For Journal subscription...

60 For supplies... 3, Cincinnati-For July..

226 80 For arrears eight-hour assessment. For July pension assessment.

198 16 For supplies... 4, Albany-For July..

189 00 For July pension assessment.

146 40 5, Columbus--For July....

114 75 For July pension assessment.

103 39 6, New York-For July..

2,745 00 For July pension assessment. 2,282 74 7, Pittsburg-For July...

246 15 For July pension assessment.

12 For Journal subscriptions.

7 20 For supplies...

60 8, St. Louis-For July...

500 40 For July pension assessment....

540 91 For fines by executive council.

50 00 For supplies...

6 00 9, Buffalo-For June and July.

284 85 For June and July pension ass'sm't 202 66 10, Louisville--For July..

110 70 For July pension assessment..

For Journal subscriptions. 11, Memphis-For July....

76 50 For July pension assessment.

69 50 12, Baltimore--For July...

202 50 For July pension assessment..

176 94 13, Boston-for July...

311 85 For July pension assessment.

619 13 14, Harrisburg-For July..

46 35 For July pension assessment.

35 91 15, Rochester-For July..

58 95 For July pension assessment. 16, Chicago-For July...

1,394 55 For arrears eight-hour assessment. 5 00

For July pension assessment... 1,293 29 17, New Orleans-For July.

152 55 For July pension assessment..

142 70 18, Detroit-For July and August.

314 55 For June and July pension ass'sm't 302 99 19, Elmira-For July....

For July pension assessment. 20, Nashville-For July...

99 45 For arrears eight-hour assessment.

6 00 For July pension assessment..

84 00 21, San Francisco-For July.

466 65 For July pension assessment..

493 35 22, Dubuque-For July......

23 85 For July pension assessment.. 23. Milwaukee--For July.. For July, pension assessment..

155 95 24, Jackson-For July...

10 80 For July pension assessment. 25, Baton Rouge-For July..

7 20 For July pension assessment.. For supplies...

74 27, Mobile--For June. For June pension assessment.

28, Galveston-For July...

For Juily pension assessment.. 29, Peoria-For July..

For July pension assessment..

For supplies. 30, St. Paul-For July.

For July pension assessment..

For donation to Home.. 31, Fond du Lac--For July.

For July pension assessment. 32, Norfolk--For June and July.

For June and July pension ass'sm't

For supplies.. 33, Providence-For July....

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

For July pension assessment.. 35, Evansville-- For July..

For Jyly pension assessment.. 36, Oakland-For July.

For July pension assessment..

For supplies. 37, Honolulu-For October, 1909,

to January, 1910...

For June and July pension ass'sm't 39, Grand Rapids-For July.

For July pension assessment.. 40, St. Joseph-For June and July..

For June and July pension ass'sm't 41, Augusta--For July...

For July pension assessment..

For supplies.. 42, Minneapolis-For July..

For July pension assessment.. 43, Charleston-For July...

For July pension assessment.. 44, Rome--For july..

For July pension assessment.. 45, Leavenworth-For July.

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

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

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

For July pension assessment..

For supplies... 51, Lawrence-For June and July..

For June and July pension ass'sm't 52, Troy-For July..

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

For July pension assessment.. 54, Raleigh-For July.

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

For July pension assessment..

For supplies.. 56, Stockton-For July.

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

For July pension assessment..

For Journal subscription. 58, Multnomah-For July...

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

For July pension assessment.. 60, Roanoke-For June and July.

For June and July, pension ass'sm't 61, Cambridge-For July.

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

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

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

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

For July_pension assessment.. 65, Washoe-For July..

For July pension assessment. 66, Portland-For Tuly.

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$15 75 For July pension assessment.

9 90 68, Keokük-For July.. For July pension assessment..

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15 69, Newark-For June..

10 80 For June pension assessment. For supplies...

7 35 70, Lancaster-For July.. For July_pension assessment.

2 19 72, Lansing-For July.....

29 25 For July pension assessment.. 73, Ottumwa—For July..

7 65 For July pension assessment.

3 50 74, Belleville--For June. For June pension assessment.

4 27 75, Burlington-For July...

14 40 For July pension assessment.. For supplies.

50 77, Erie-For July..

35 55 For July pension assessment..

33 59 For supplies...

50 78, Fort Wayne-For July..

44 55 For July pension assessment..

33 76 79, Wheeling-For August...

44 55 For July pension assessment.

30 52 80, Kansas City--For July..

202 95 For July pension assessment.

169 83 81, Bay City-For June...

18 90 For June pension assessment.

13 92 82, Colorado Springs-For July..

40 50 For July pension assessment.

29 20 83, Hebrew-American-For July..

41 40 For July pension assessment. 84, San Bernardino-For July..

13 95 For July pension assessment.

11 05 85, St. John-For June.... For June pension assessment.

18 08 86, Reading--For July...

For July pension assessment.. 87, Houston-For June and July.

138 15 For June and July pension ass'sm't 142 45 For supplies...

5 40 88, Hannibal-For July..

7 20 For July pension assessment.. 90, Richmond-For July.......

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

For arrears eight-hour assessment. 105 74
For July pension assessment..

230 23 92, Little Rock-For July......

For July pension assessment..
For supplies..

3 00 93, Macon-For July..

22 05 For July pension assessment.

16 II 94, Jersey City-For July....

47 70 For July pension assessment..

47 97 95, Helena-For July....

16 20 For July pension assessment..

12 00 96, Glens Falls—For July....

16 20 For July pension assessment.

9 91 97, Peru--For June..

14 40 For arrears eight-hour assessment. For June pension assessment.

7 04 99, Jackson-For July....

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

13 50 For July pension assessment..

13 44 101, Columbia-For July....

788 85 For July pension assessment..

859 95 102, Ottawa-For July.

67 50 For July pension assessment.

39 50 103, Newark--For July.

148 50 For July pension assessment..

169 20 104, Birmingham--For July.

51 75 For July pension assessment...

43 00 105, Goldfield-For July..

5 40 For June and July pension ass'sm't 106, Madison--For July...

14 40 For July pension assessment..

60 107, Tri-City--For July.....

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

9 90 For July pension assessment..

6 74 110, l'nion Hill-For June....

5 85 For June pension assessment.

111, Knoxville--For June and July.

For June and July pension ass'sm't

For supplies.... 112, Scranton-For July...

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

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

For July pension assessment.. 115, Salt Lake City-For July...

June and July. For June and July pension ass'sm't 117, Springfield—For July.

For July pension assessment.

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

For July pension assessment..

For supplies.. 119, Jefferson City-For June.

For June pension assessment. 120, Lynn-For July..

For July pension assessment.. 122, Kalamazoo-For July..

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

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

For July pension assessment... 125, Durham-For July....

For July pension assessment.. 126, Butte-For July...

For July pension assessment..

For supplies.. 127, Hartford—For June..

For June pension assessment.

For supplies. 128, South Bend-For July.

For July pension assessment.. 129, Hamilton-For July....

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

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For July pension assessment.. 131, Bohemian-For August..

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

For arrears eight-hour assessment.
For July pension assessment..

For supplies..
133, London-For July.

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For July pension assessment. 134, Paducah-For August...

For July pension assessment.. 135, Oneonta-For August..

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

For July pension assessment.

For supplies.... 138, Austin-For July..

For July pension assessment.. 139, Stratford-For July and August..

For June and July pension ass'sm't

For supplies.. 140, Bismarck-For July..

For July pension assessment.

For supplies... 141, Williamsport-For July.

For July pension assessment.. 112, Olympia-For August.

For July pension assessment. 143, Danbury-for May, June and July.

For June and July pension assism't 144, Fresno-For July..

For July pension assessment..

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

For arrears eight-hour assessment.

For July pension assessment.. 146, Charleston-For June and July.

For June and July pension ass'sm't

For supplies.. 148, Wichita-For July....

For July pension assessment..

For supplies.. 140, Saratoga-For July.

For July pension assessment..

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