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CALIFORNIA. Bakersfield No. 439-H. E. Harris, 2011 Orange st. Chico No. 667–11. C. Sigsby, 209 Sixth street. Eureka No. 207- Vernon A. Smith, 3118 C st. Fresno No. 144-W. P. Faddis, box 128. Long Beach and San Pedro No. 650---N. S. Cosby,

box 542, Long Beach, Cal. Los Angeles No. 174-G. W. Bowman, 203 Union

Labor Temple, 538-540 Maple avenue. Marysville No. 223-H. G. Jackson, care Democrat. Oakland No. 36-D. L. Beatty, 1055 Broadway. Palo Alto No. 521–Frank Kasson, 459 Channing

avenue. Pasadena No. 583-P. G. Gair, 843 North Wilson Richmond-Martinez No. 597-H. E. Jennings, box

281, Martinez, Cal. Riverside No. 254-Phil V. Dewey, 879 Walnut st. Sacramento No. 46–J. W. Crawley, box 392. San Bernardino No. 84--Sydney Waite, 132 Fifth. San Diego No. 221--E. L. Fisher, box 259. San Francisco No. 21—L. Michelson, room 123,

787 Market street. San Jose No. 231--J. W. Bowman, 685 S. Ninth. San Luis Obispo No. 576-F. S. Finney, 679 Pismo, San Mateo No. 624–J. E. Harris, box 12, Redwood

City, Cal. Santa Rosa No. 577-W. $. Linsley, 726 Orchard. Stockton No. 56-1. S. Hornage, box 140. Vallejo No. 389-G. M. Davis, box 231. Watsonville Salinas No. 543---Irs. Mollie Forester, 130 W. Third street, Watsonville, Cal.

CANADA. Brantford, Ont., No. 378—E. E. Reynolds, 82 Clar

ence st. Calgary, Alberta, N. W. T., No. 449—S. Burnand,

box 1388. Cranbrook, B. C., No. 540—L. P. Sullivan, box 228. Edmonton, Alberta, N. W. T., No. 604-A. J.

Healey, drawer 1861. Fernic, B. C., No. 555-A. J. Buckley. Fort William, Ont., No. 417–George R. Wallace,

box 396. Fredericton, N. B., No. 664-F. Emms. Galt, Ont., No. 411–J. W. Lapine, box, 193; Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, No. 457-John L. Clachrie,

care Gazette. Greenwood, B. C., No. 358-Gilbert Kay, drawer

A, care Pioneer Office, Phænix, B. C. Guelph, Ont., No. 391-C. P. Doughty, box 574. Halifax, N. S., No. 130- Albert Beazley, box 492. Hamilton, Ont., No. 129-Jolin J. Burns, 115 East

Murray strect. Jacques-Cartier No. 145-Ovila Grandmaison, 68

St. Edward, St. Denis Ward, Montreal, P. O. Kingston, Ont., No. 204-S. Salsbury, Barrifield

P. O., Ontario, Can. Lethbridge, Alberta, N. W. T., No. 551–J. Jones,

box 507 London, Ont., No. 133–Financial secretary, Fred

Chambers, cor. High and Chester streets, South London; corresponding secretary, William O.

Ruse, 14 Walnut street. Medicine Hat, Alta., No. 451–E. W. Bellamy. Moncton, N. B., No. 636–J. II. Lang, 223 High.

field street. Montreal, Que., No. 176-F. Garrett, jr., box 734. Moose Jaw, Sask., N. W. T., No. 627–George

Paterson, care Times. Nelson, B. C., No. 340–G. W. Priest, box 484. New Westminster, B, C., No. 632-R. A. Stoney,

box 965. Ottawa, Ont., No. 102-W. C. Metzger, box 491. Peterborough, Ont., No. 248–J. M. Galbraith,

125 Brock street. Port Arthur, Ont., No. 575-C. N. Lochhead, 13

Court street, South, Quebec, P. O., No. 302-President, Charles E.

Rousseau, 95 St. Paul street; vice-president. Jos. Coleman; corresponding secretary, M. J. Crane, 424 Champlain; recording secretary, William Garns; secretary, Alf. Larose, 337 Arago street;

treasurer. Ed Little, box 193. Regina, Sask., No. 657—W. B. Stevens, 1722 Os

ler street. Rossland, B. C., No. 335-John Wilson, box 335.

Saskatoon, Sask., No. 663-L. A. Russell, box 571. Stratford, Ont., No. 139—Roy Dunbar, 195 Bruns.

wick street. St. Catharines, Ont., No. 416- jert Gadsby, 16

Haynes ave. St. John, N. B., No. 85-Frank W. Stanton, 20

High street. St. Thomas, Ont., No. 459---Robert Porter, 8 Drake

street. Sydney, Nova Scotia, No. 460-James E. McDon

ald, box 354. Toronto, Ont., No. 91-President, Samuel Had

den; vice-president, A. E. Thompson; corresponding secretary, William R. Steep; financial secre. tary, T. C. Vodden; treasurer, Ed J. How. Ad. dress box 211, or room 6, 57 King street, west.

Union meets first Saturday in month. Vancouver, B. C., No. 226-President, A. C. Ben

son, 2002 Second ave., west; vice-president, A. E. Robb; financial secretary, R. H. Neelands, box 66. Union meets last Sunday in every

month. Vernon, B. C., No. 541--B. R. Campbell, box 414. Victoria, B. C., No. 201—G. M. Wait, box 209. Windsor, Ont., No. 553--George Marentette, 98

Albert st. Winnipeg, Man., No. 191-J. C. Bleaken, box 2024.

COLORADO. Canon City No. 425--George Miles, box 455. Colorado Springs No. 82-President, Harry A.

Scholton; financial and corresponding secretary,

I. T. Reames, box 813. Cripple Creek No. 227-J. R. Thompson, care

Times. Denver No. 49-President, E. S. Close; vice

president, George Allen; financial secretary, F.

C. Birdsall, box 681. Durango No. 373—D. B. McGue, 1051 Fourth ave. Fort Collins No. 592--0. E. Gaylord, box 987. Grand Junction No. 292-S. T. Ray, 421 Teller ave. Greeley No. 586—R. B. McDermott, 620 14th st. Leadville No. 179–M. V. Devor, box 262. Loveland No. 567-H. II. Harris, 505 Cleveland, Pueblo No. 175–J. B. Royce, box 476. Trinidad No. 434--George D. Single, box 823.

CONNECTICUT. Bridgeport No. 252-P. W. Pulver, 806 Broad st. Danbury No. 143-F. G. Capron, 4 Tower Place. Derby No. 365—George Baum, 85 Myrtle avenue,

Ansonia, Conn. Hartford No. 127-S. T. Pfund, box 856. Meriden No. 314—H. C. Maydwell, 41 Butler st. New Haven No. 47–J. J. Reilly, box 1269. New London No. 159-Julian D. Moran, box 248. Norwalk No. 529-Walter S. Ireland, Broad River. Norwich No. 100–Geo. B. Neibert, 65 Seventh st. Stamford No. 503–Horace W. Graves, 19 Luther

street. Waterbury No. 329-John F. Murphy, box 63.

CL'BA.
Cienfuegos No. 510--Manuel Gutierrez, 9 Habana.
Havana No. 514--Salvador Corratge, St. Colon 24.
Matanzas No. 646-Carlos Olivia, 175 O'Reilly.
Santiago de Cuba No. 570—Joaquin Sune Hernan-
dez, 17 Augustin baja.

DELAWARE.
Wilmington No. 123-Oscar C. Davis, box 331.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Columbia No. 101–George G. Seibold, 423-425

G street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

FLORIDA. Jacksonville No. 162—W. N. Emlyn, box 271. Pensacola No. 293--E. P. Preston, 135 West Gov.

ernment street. St. Augustine No. 588–Tom Mclan, Drawer A. Tallahassee No. 660-T. E. Andrews, box 77. Tampa No. 299–H. H. Regener, box 473.

GEORGIA. Americus No. 435-B. L. Guerry. Athens No. 595-T. B. Wilbanks, 664 N. Jackson st. Atlanta No. 48-W. H. Grant, box 266.

avenue.

Augusta No. 41-J. H. Moorman, jr., 805 Bohler

ave. Columbus No. 220-W. H. Adams, box 132. Macon No. 93-Charles R. Reid, 508 Cherry st. Rome No. 371-R. M. Wimpee, box 627. Savannah No. 183—Sidney Fenton, box 554.

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Honolulu No. 37–Leslie Scott, box 556.

IDAHO. Boise City No. 271-J. C. Fleharty, box 85. Caur d'Alene No. 445-F. W. Holmes, 1015 Front

street. Lewiston No. 634-Lloyd R. Blair, care Tribune. l'ocatello No. 491--Otto Nelson, box 134. Twin Falls No. 241-E. C. Nims, care The Times. Wallace No. 617-R. G. Chambers, care Miner.

ILLINOIS. Alton No. 306–H. W. Bauer, 528 East Seventh. Aurora No. 291-John B. Gummermann, 605 South

Fourth street. Belleville No. 74-A. F. Neubauer, 503 S. Spring: Bloomington No. 124-G. A. Summers, 901 West

Mulberry. Cairo No. 461-F. E. Thurman, 222 Eighth street. Canton No. 342--Clyde W. Uuderhill, box 61. Carlinville No. 458—Adam Flori, box 273. Centralia No. 479-C. E. De Leau, care Sentinel. Champaign and Urbana No. 414--A. C. Parris,

50112 North Randolph street, Champaign, Ill. Charleston No. 560-F. M. Mealey. Chicago No. 16-President, George J. Knott; vice.

president, Walter W. Barrett; secretary-treasurer, William R. Miller, room 504, No. 275. La Salle street; recording secretary and organizer, John C. Harding; sergeant-at-arms, F. M. Cruik: shank; board of trustees, Gus Bilger (chairman), D. T. Wilson, C. F. Sheldon; executive commit. tce, Ben F. Harris, John F. Hayes, Paul J. Berry, W. M. Goodwin, Sam L. Olsen and the four executive officers. Union meets last Sunday in each month at 2 P. M. Executive committee meets the Sunday preceding the regular

meeting. Chicago No. 330 (Bohemian)-V. M. Illavka, 1739

West 21st street. Chicago No. 272 (Norwegian Danish)-H, Stock

seth, 4224 Cortez st. Chicago No. 546 (Polish)-J. Gretza, 104 Crystal. Chicago No. 247 (Swedish) --- Eric C. Elm, 617 Bar

ry avenue. Danville No. 230——John F. Bartley, 605 West Wil

liams street. Decatur No. 215–W. L. Henry, box 484. Edwardsville No. 354-C. II. Spilman, 310 Clay st. Elgin No. 171-Fred S. Pease, 64 Mallery avenue. Freeport No. 524-W. H. McCall, 411 Douglas ave. Galesburg No. 288–0). W. Walkup, 414 N. Cedar. Harrisburg No. 562-G. H. Layton, box 407. Herrin No. 599-Joe M. Bond, care of News. Jacksonville No. 356--E. O. Mayer, 706 West

North street. Joliet No. 194-William Funk, 1211 Kelly avenue. Kewanee No. 164-J. R. Biedelman, 314 S. Main st. La Salle and Peru No. 442-). Al Meisenbach,

1815 First, Peru, Ill. Lewistown No. 557—Harry Mercer, box 405. Lincoln No. 327-F. P. Alexander, 318 Peoria. Litchfield No. 368—Marguerite Dunn, 722 Van

Buren. Marion No. 518—Minto Bradley, 1307 North Lo.

gan street. Mascoutah No. 443-Carl Montag, care lerald. Mattoon No. 520-H. Pennington, 2701 Richmond. Mt. Carmel No. 594-Robert Gullett, 322 E. Fourth

street. Murphyshoro No. 217--George Horsfield, 1314

Walnut. Ottawa No. 265-H. H. Wolslegel, m East Su

perior street. Pana No. 554-Rolland Owen, 506 W. Second st. Pekin No. 591-W. A. Rude, 512 Catherine. Peoria No. 20–11. S. Bush, 225 N. Adams. Pontiac No. 390-1. B. Spray.

Quincy No. 59-B. F. Collins, Fifth and State sts. Rockford No. 213—C. J. E. Fritz, 1304 Ninth st. Springfield No. 177-President, T. E. Bland, box

198; vice-president and chairman executive board, R. A. B. Edie; corresponding and finan

cial secretary, Joseph Marx, box 198. Sterling No. 282-Charles Willett, Rock Falls, Ill. Streator No. 328-F. W. Baxendale, 409 South

Vermillion street. Taylorville No. 369—F. J. Wheeler, 513 South

Cherokee street. Tri-City No. 107--C. S. Osborn, 411 West Second

street, Davenport, Iowa. Waukegan No. 294-D. Hamilton, 206 Edwards st.

INDIANA Anderson No. 284-B. F. Harb, 2208 Fletcher, Brazil No. 508—Ivan Glidewell, care Daily News. Columbus No. 450-Celia Kremer, 636 Fifth st. Crawfordsville No. 229-W. V. McCormick, 712

Milligan street. Elkhart No. 266-F. W. Crisman, 606 E. Indiana Evansville No. 35-President, Charles F. Froelich;

secretary-treasurer, Phil Voelker, 409 Sycamore. Fort Wayne No. 78--J. L. Sessler, box 234. Frankfort No. 287--Jos. Gardner, 1208 South Main. Gary No. 590-G. E. Wulfing, 705 Broadway. Greenfield No. 469—Elmer Johnson, 428 S. State

street. Huntington No. 454--W. H. Grupe. 630 Guilford. Indianapolis No. 1-President, Edgar A. Perkins;

vice-president, James 0. Keeler; recording secretary, W. A. Greene: financial and corresponding secretary, C. E. McKee, 216 K. of P. Castle

Hall, 230 East Ohio. Kokomo No. 412-B. C. Nicholson, 1031 S. Main

street. Lafayette No. 64-R. B. Shaw, 605 S. Nineteenth. Logansport No. 196/-Ilenry W. Peters, 1010 Lin

den avenue. Marion No. 286—G. C. Chambers, 337 E. Swayzee. Muncie No. 332- Joseph Herdering, 916 South

Elm street. New Albany No. 169—Daly D. Busenbark, 327

Thirteenth street. Peru No. 97-Fred Felix, box 8. Princeton No. 488--W. R. Lamb, 112East Broad

way. Richmond No. 301--H. H. Miller, 55 S. 17th st. Shelbyville No. 542– Valentine Hey, 163 E. Me

clanic street. South Bend No. 128--C. E. Bertch, 802 Marietta st. Sullivan No. 610-Direlle Chaney. Terre Haute No. 76-J. S. Edmunds, 925 S. Third. Vincennes No. 395 - James P. Ryan, 912 N. Second. Wabash No. 347- George Ply, care Plaindealer. Washington No. 538-11. E. Teufel, care Democrat.

IOWA. Boone No. 381-E. II. Brady, 1211 Carroll. Bluff City No. 203 (Council Bluffs) - C. G. Cox,

2552 Avenue B. Burlington No. 75–E. D. Morgan, 850 Arch st. Cedar Rapids No. 192—B. R. Abbey, 1206 Fifth

avenue, East. Clinton No. 334--T. C. Thomsen, 720 N. Fifth st.,

Lyons, Iowa. Des Moines No. 118-W. D. Ferree, box 556. Dubuque No. 22-Fred Tschirgi, 1831 Jackson st. Fort Madison No. 581-Oolie Yotter, box 262. Iowa City No. 515--Al Burger, corner Madison

and Prentiss. Keokuk No. 68-G. W. Eaton, 216 North Eighth

street. Marshalltown No. 414-Frank Corbin, 408 N.

First st. Mason City No. 406—Glen W. Scott, box us. Muscatine No. 251–W. I. Deutschmann, box

573. Oskaloosa No. 5264-J. W. Moreland, 401 Fourth

avenue, East. Ottumwa No. 73--Charles B. Gilliland, care Cou.

rier. Sioux City No. 180 -F. II. Lawrence, 17oo West

Fifth street.
Waterloo No. 349—A, Frank Case, box 543.

KANSAS. Atchison No. 113–G. W. Mesigh, 1019 Ash. Chanute No. 608-Wilfrid Cavaness, care Tribune. Coffeyville No. 578—-W. A. Bradford, 307 West

Second street. Fort Scott No. 343–R. V. Coleman, 1012 Judson

street. Girard No. 348—George S. Switzer, 606 S. Osage st. Hutchinson No. 243-Vernon Gray, 126 First ave.

nue, West. Independence No. 584-A. W. Rainey, 1107 West

Main. Iola No. 481-Charles E. May, lock box 32. Leavenworth No. 45-Edward Lanzer, 317 Ottawa. Ottawa No. 408–C. G. Schriver, 125 S. Elm st. Pittsburg No. 470—Frank C. Conover, 906 N. Pine. Salina No. 638—R. F. Blakey, 928 South Santa Fe. Topeka No. 121-President, William Burlington,

933 Morris avenue; financial and corresponding secretary, E. J. Gribbin, box

93; treasurer, Franklin Barnes; recording secretary, Leo von

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

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

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

nue, Lexington, Ky. Bowling Green No. 629–C. Brent Roberts, care

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

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

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

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

LOUISIANA. Baton Rouge No. 25-Joe Snyder, box 60. Lake Charles No. 568-F. M. Terrell, box 423, New Orleans No. 17-I. N. Breen, 325 Camp st. Shreveport No. 155-H. F. Martin, box 182.

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

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

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

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

vice-president, Arthur L. Jackson; recording and corresponding secretary, Charles T. Abell, 250 1 Barclay street; secretary-treasurer, R. A. William. son, 100 North Paca street; trustees, L. M. Augustine, Charles Haydn, Burtson A. Hickox; sergeant-at-arms, Joseph W. Robinson. Union

meets last Sunday each month. Cumberland No. 244-Joseph H. Wilson, 90 South

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

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

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

avenue, Montello station, Brockton, Mass. Cambridge No. 61 - Max Merk, 35A Brattle st. Fitchburg and Leominster No. 623-B. M. Harts.

horn, 78 Mount Vernon street, Fitchburg, Mass. Fall River No. 161–Wright Turner, box 479. Haverhill No. 38--George S. Breck, 68 Auburn st. Holyoke No. 253–C. T. Fahey, 123 Newton st. Lawrence No. 51-Frank Taylor, 5 Cottage place. Lowell No. 310---Charles E. Sheldon, 30 Water

ford street.

Lynn No. 120--Arthur S. Wright, 32 Burrill ave. Marlboro-Hudson No. 281-E. G. Persons, Hough.

ton street, Hudson, Mass. New Bedford No. 276-Arthur Bradbury, 42 Haze

ard street. North Adams No. 316_Robert Tudor, box 384. Pittsfield No. 109-W. J. Oatman, 536 North st. Springfield No. 216–W. W. Barker, box 1187. Taunton No. 319-J. F. Fitzgerald, 9 Ingell ave. Waltham No. 250--A. L. Moody, 138 Myrtle st. Worcester No. 165–H. B. Foskett, box 895.

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

Seventh. Battle Creek No. 429—C. D. Amadon, 540 Van

Buren, West. Bay City No. 81--A. B. Radigan, 1921 Fifth st. Detroit No. 18-President, Clarence Neely; vice.

president, Henry J. Smith; secretary-treasurer, J. H. Walker, 410-411

Buhl block; recording secretary, W. W. Norton; executive committee, J. H. Walker, chairman; laws committee, W. S. Haight, chairman; board of auditors, J. J. Mc. Logan, chairman; board of directors, E. J. Dixon, chairman; membership committee, W. H. De Lisle, chairman; I. T. U. Technical School,

William Smelt. Grand Rapids No. 39--President, C. C. Gilleo;

vice-president, W. B. Wilson; recording secretary, Jolin Gibbs; secretary-treasurer, Daniel Kelley, 489 Cass avenue. Houghton No. 596-1). L. Brown, 7 Sheldon street. Jackson No. 99-J. 0. Harvey, 611 W. Franklin st. Kalamazoo No. 122-W. B. Hallett, 230 N. Bur.

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

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

brand and Aitkins. Manistee No. 615-Harry S. Bonner, 810

Maple st. Muskegon No. 168- Henry Douma, 214 Peck st. Niles No. 467—Oliver H. Townsley, care Forler

House. Owosso and Corunna No. 455-J. D. Estes, 210

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

avenue. Port Huron No. 300–M. A. Graziadei, box 112. Saginaw No. 50 °(Valley City)-President, Walter

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Printing Company. Hattiesburg No. 647—L. M. Cooper, 515 Walnut st. Jackson No. 363-W. E. Ziebach, 418 Tombigbce

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

MISSOURI. Carthage No. 589-George B. Brewer, care Demo.

crat. Columbia No. 160-V. G. Hawkins, 1218 Walnut. De Soto No. 513-Claude P. Gibson, hox 854. Ilannibal No. 88–E. B. Poole, 802 Broadway,

No. 3:

Jefferson City No. 119-Financial and correspond.

ing secretary, George E. Root, rural route No. 3. Joplin No: 350-M. 1. Gardner, 510 Gray avenue. Kansas City No. 80-President, Ford Á. Allen;

secretary-treasurer. A. A. Duke, box 376. Moberly No. 473--Albert Welsz, 419 S. Williams. Poplar "Bluff No. 635- S. P. Davidson, box 441. Sedalia No. 206–J. P. Ilurtt, box 84A, R. F. D. Springfield No. 158–George A. Bauman, 827 North

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

MONTANA. Anaconda No. 255-President, John Green; vice.

president, H. A. Denny; financial-corresponding secretary, Dan Dunn, box 546; recording secretary, C. B. Shryock; executive committee, P. J. Coogan, George Roddy, C. A. Houck, M. L. King and W. H. Hamilton. Union meets first Sun.

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

ty-first street. Bozeman No. 656—F. B. Calfee, 407 Black avenue. Butte No. 126--A. J. Rummel, 318 S. Jackson. Great Falls No. 256-E. B. Shafer, box 522. Helena No. 95-Waldemar Stein, hox 864. Lewistown No. 550--Charles R. Bebb, box 123. Livingston No. 489-Hy Schneider, care Post. Missoula No. 277–Fred W. Zeh, box 543. Red Lodge No. 273-Claud D. Mckey, box 388.

NEBRASKA. Beatrice No. 600--Albert Nelson, 1328 Court st. Fremont No. 662–C. E. Wilcox, 1729 Maxwell

avenue.

avenue.

Perth Amboy No. 658—H. C. Axen, 384 New

Brunswick avenue. Plainfield No. 399--IIarry W. Thomas, 473 West

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

Front street, Trenton, N. J. Rahway No. 235-llarry Gage, 43 River. Somerville No. 628-J. M. Lambruskin, box 113. Trenton No. 71-H. S. Emerson, box 328. Union 'Hill no.

110--W. J. Cadwallader, 28 Duer Place, Weehawken, N. J.

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

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

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

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

142 Clinton avenue. Amsterdam

No. 274-William A. Conway, 10 Garden street. Auburn No. 536-1. E. Jacobs, 10 Liberty. Batavia No. 511--Bert D). Brewer, 27 Vine st. Binghamton No. 232–Arthur Stone, 49/2 Lincoln Buffalo No. 9—W. J. McLaughlin, box 502. Buffalo No. 517 (Polish) - Joseph D. Wojtowicz,

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

street. Cohoes No. 325-W. II. Smith, 76 Mohawk. Elmira No. 19-E. S. Spalding, 509 West Clinton. Fulton County No. 268—John Bordis, 12 Sixth,

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

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

bers street. New Rochelle No. 527-Augustine Smith, 12 Rose

street. New York No. 6-C. J. Maxwell, 616-618 World

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

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

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

1425 70th st., Brooklyn, N. Y. New York No. 440 (Ilungarian)-E. Prockl, 421

E. Sixty-fourth street. Niagara Falls No. 233- J. F. Ohmann, 534 Sixth. Norwich No. 453-W. E. Miner, 30 Piano st. Olean No. 345—W. T. Barnard, 23672 N. Eighth. Oneida No. 336–A. H. Schwarz, 40 Stone. Oneonta No. 135-J. D. Van Dycke, 25 Chestnut. Peckskill No. 269-Samuel J. Mulholland, care

Evening News. Poughkeepsie No. 315-T. C. Brower, box 143. Rochester No. 15- President, E. J. Walsh; finan.

cial secretary, Henry D. Ilenderson, box 3.39;

recording secretary, M. R. Dutton, box 627. Rome No. 41-N. J. Fortune, P. (). box 38. Saratoga Springs No. 149–). F. Hays, 160 Churchi. Schenectady No. 167--President, D. Mahar, 07

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

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

per, Independence Place, Ossining, N. Y. Troy No. 52--John F. Mckenna, 603 River street. Vtica No. 62-Martin A. Dehm, 04 Court street. llatertown No. 308 -F. II. Lewis, care Re-Union, Waverly No. 530-Floyd C. Groner,

avenue.

Hastings No. 476—F. C. Scott, 115 N. Bellevue

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

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

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

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

Nev. Goldfield No. 105–Gus Jones, box 1280. Reno No. 611-Ě. F. Lunsford, box 251. Rhyolite No. 665- Alfred J. Klamt. Tonopah No. 616-Charles P. Swinn, box 647. Washoe No. 65 (Virginia City)-Joe Farnsworth,

NEW HAMPSHIRE. Berlin No. 640–Harry M. Poley, box325. Manchester No. 152–Harry T. Lovering, box 83.

NEW JERSEY. Atlantic City No. 377---Charles Lester, 125 South

Bellevue avenue. Camden No. 1324-Joseph Dunn, 813 Fern street. Dover No. 433—Frank B. Gibbons, 9 Losey. Elizabeth No. 150— M. N. Mooney, 415 Washing.

ton avenue. Hackensack No. 642--Alfred Kastner, 13. Clinton. Hoboken No. 323–J. J. Soffel, 235 Washington. Jersey City No. 94-K M. Forbes, 80 Madison ave. Morristown No. 522—Judson A. Davis, 105 West

ern avenue, Newark No. 103-President, Willard L. Small;

vice-president. James C. Du Plessis; treasurer, Theodore Kinney; financial secretary, John H. Daley, room 18-19, No. 189 Market street; re. cording secretary, C. W. Dowler; sergeant-at

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

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

street, East Orange, N. T. Passaic No. 1784). C. Sigler, 253 S. Second st.,

Paterson, N. J. Paterson No. 195–H. R. Kelt, 664 East Twenty.

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White Plains No. 585-H. S. Russell, 78 Post

Road.
Yonkers No. 458–J. D. Hickerson, 2 Colin.

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

College street. Durham No. 125-W. T. Carroll, 418 South st. Greensboro No. 397–J. C. Benson, box_432. Raleigh No. 54-C. F. Koonce, 213 S. Person. Salisbury No. 625-F. B. Irvin, box 253. Wilmington No. 556-H. D. Stanland, 508 Prin

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

NORTH DAKOTA. Bismarck No. 140—A. G. Jacobson, The Settler

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

and corresponding secretary, W. H. Dietrich, box Grand Forks No. 311-A. J. Tagley, room 32, Her.

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

OHIO. Akron No. 182-Reno Sprague, box 33. Alliance No. 497–J. N. Moore, 105 W. State st. Ashtabula No. 474-H. A. Mack, 1972 Prospect. Athens No. 482-E. D. Cooley, box 594. Bellaire No. 492-A. P. Deafenbaugh, 3021 Union. Bowling Green No. 156-Charles Heater, 203 Lib

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

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

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

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

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

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

188 South Skidmore street; secretary-treasurer, William E. Bird, 318 Eberly block. Coshocton No. 364–C. W. Brownfield, 345 S. Fifth. Dayton No. 57--President, John L. Bach;

cording secretary, Willard Barringer, 18 Faulk. ner avenue; financial and corresponding secre

tary, John H. Chambers, 61 Davies building. East Liverpool No. 318- Alex Wilson, 509 John. Elyria No. 645-E, J. Salisbury, 209 Blaine st. Findlay No. 260--Joe A. Spangler, 524 Hull ave. Fostoria No. 475-W. H. Lederer, 300 East Cen.

ter street. Hamilton No. 290— Earl G. Uttrich, box 221. Lancaster No. 5484H. W. Griswold, 338 North Co.

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

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

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

Shore Press. Springfield No. 117--H. H. Morley, 2 Johnson bldg. Steubenville No. 238--J. Clarence Bartow, 300 Lo

gan st. Tiffin No. 480--Chas. R. Burger, 30 Prospect st.

Toledo No. 63-President, Charles H. Miller; sec. retary-treasurer, Charles J. Seeman, box

17; corresponding secretary, Charles F. Tíolden, 572

Fernwood; business agent, Clarence A. Benedict. Urbana No. 651-L. A. Haven, 226 Boyce street. Warren No. 601-W. B. Woodfield, 216 Oak st. Youngstown No. 200-Wick S. Flower, box 236. Zanesville No. 199–Roy W. Hocking, 753 Zane st.

OKLAHOMA. Ada No. 552--C. D. Tanner, box 503. Ardmore No. 649–D, B. Gaines, 726 Fourth ave.

nue N. E. Bartlesville No. 648-S. J. Culver, 308 W. Eighth. Chandler No. 661--L. A. Barker, 303 W. 6th st. Chickasha No. 571—John Tewksbury, box 231. Durant No. 669-John E. Bonser, care News. El Reno No. 654-Guy N. Spenny, care Democrat

Publishing Co. Enid No. 613-W. G. Baer, box 1043. Guthrie No. 587-John I. Loveless, 206 N. Broad. Lawton No. 633-). H. Timmons, 709 B ave. McAlester No. 565-H. R. Heltzel, 711 East DelaMuskogee No. 484-E. R. Wolfenberger,

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

Bassett building. Sapulpa No. 619-Einry Jennings, 11/2 E. Dewey. Sliawnee No. 490— Walter S. Davis, 701 Louisa. Tulsa No. 403-D. E. Booth, 517 S. Elwood.

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

Jock box 154. Eugene No. 496-Claud Sylvester, 206 Madison. Medford-Ashland No. 559-Maud M. Hockenyos,

435 N. Central avenue, Medford, Ore. Multnomah No. 58 (Portland)--President, Mar.

shall A. Jones, 765 East Main street; vice-presi. dent, W. H. Gault; secretary-treasurer, J. J.

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

PENNSYLVANIA. Allentown No. 534-C. M, Rehrig, Sixth and WalAltoona No. 240–H. E. Leader, 21% Washington. Beaver Valley No. 250-F. W. Tallon, 1014 Eighth

avenue. Bradford No. 185–J. G. McCutcheon, box 1711. Bronsville No. 504– Butler No. 415-E. 'V'. Donnel, 113 College street. Carbondale No. 239-George A. Spall, Clarke ave. Clearfield No. 501--S. V. Border, care Herald. Connellsville No. 321–4. II. Shafier, 112 Gibson. Du Bois No. 374-Lloyd Shefler, 207 E. Scribner Easton No. 258-John D. Sandt, 517 Parsons st. Erie No. 77–Edward F. Roth, 12 Chestnut st. Franklin No. 437--E. L. McPherson, 1305 Myrtle. Greensburg No. 668—Harry L. Garvin, care ). N.

Hluber, 107 E. Otterman. Greenville No. 602-Frank Scott, 122 Shenango st. Harrisburg No. 14--C. E. Ripper, 25 South Fif.

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

North line street. Lancaster No. 70Percy Carpenter, box 492. Mckeesport No. 225-S. W. Smith, 3410 Stockholm

street. Veadville No. 181--S. S. Thompsen, 1036 Grove st. New Castle No. 270–P. S. Evans, 375 Eddy. New Kensington and Tarentum No. 452—Omar C.

Craig. 322 Third avenue, Tarentum, Pa. Oil City No. 151-\. C. Haigley, box 286. Philadelphia No. 2-President, William Young, jr.; vice-president, Richard V. Farley; secretary. treasurer, Jacob Glaser, 131 North Fifteenth street; recording secretary, Robert L. Barnes; sergeant-at-arms, Charles R. Clouse; trustees, Wesley Patterson, Laurence M. Meyer, Frank Lodge.

Union meets Sunday afternoon after third Saturday of each month at Bricklayers'

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

president, T. H. Dolan; secretary-treasurer, C.

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