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577, Santa Rosa, Cal.
578, Coffeyville, Kan..
580, Burlington, Vt.
581, Fort Madison, Iowa.
583, Pasadena, Cal.
586, Greeley, Colo...
587. Guthrie, Okla...
590), Gary, Ind..
591, Pekin, 11l...
594, Mt. Carmel, Ill..
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598, Morgantown, W. Va...
599, Herrin, Ill.
601, Warren, Ohio..
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604, Edmonton, Alberta, Can..
608; Chanute, Kan..
609, Winston-Salem, N.C.
612, Appleton, etc., Wis..
613, Enid, Okla
614, North Yakima, Wash.
615, Manistee, Mich..
619, Sa pulpa, Okla..
623, Fitchburg-Leominster, Mass.
628, Somerville, N. J.
630, St. Cloud, Minn...
632, New Westminster, B. C....
634, Lewiston, Idaho...
635, Poplar Bluff, Mo..
637, Portsmouth, Ohio.
640, Berlin, N. H.
644, Bluefield, W. Va..
619, Ardmore, Okla.
654, Elreno, Nev.
657, Regina, Sask., Canada
658, Perth Amboy, N.J.
659, Madisonville, Ky..
660, Tallahassee, Fla....
667, Chico, Cal.....
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1, Philadelphia, Pa.
2, Cincinnati, Ohio..
3, St. Louis, Mo..
5, Rochester, N. Y.
6, Cleveland, Ohio.
7, New York, N. Y.
8, Newark, N. J.
9, Chicago, Ill..
10, Milwaukee, Wis..
11, Baltimore, Md..
12, Louisville. Ky
14, Indianapolis, Ind..
15, Evansville, Ind...
16, Pittsburg, Pa..
18, Belleville, Ill.
19, Columbus, Ohio.
21, Detroit, Mich.
25, Whceling, W. Va..
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2,652

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15,756

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9,655

16,307

REPORT OF CANVASSING BOARD-Continued. Returns from the following unions were received after the time prescribed by law, and were not counted in official vote:

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UNIONS AND CHARTER FORM OF GOVERN

MENT.

The city of Grand Junction, Colo., on November 2, elected five commissioners under the new charter recently adopted, who will for the next four years administer the affairs of the city. The new commissioners, under the charter, will have to devote their whole time to the affairs of the city.

In the election of commissioners in Grand Junction, union labor fared handsomely. Thomas M. Todd, the new commissioner of public affairs, was endorsed by the trades and labor assembly and is exceedingly friendly to our cause. Our own Charles K. Holmburg, vice-president of Grand Junction Typographical Union, is the new commissioner of health and civic beauty. He made a runaway race, easily defeating the other two candidates. Commissioner of Waters and Sewers Vedder is a strong railroad man and was endorsed by the railroad organizations and the assembly. He had no oppo. sition, winning hands down. The commissioner of finance and supplies and commissioner of highways are both friendly to organized labor and got a large union vote.

The election just held was under the new prefer. ential system—the first of its kind in the United States-and it worked very satisfactorily. The preferential system operates as follows:

In case there are more than two candidates for any one office, the voter has the privilege of voting his first choice for one man, his second choice for another and his third choice for another. A man to be elected must have a clear majority. In case A, B, C and D are running for office, we will say that A's first choice vote is 440, B's 415, C's 392 and

D is now dropped and the second choice votes of A, B and C are added to their first choice. Say that this brings A's vote up to 710, B's to 620 and C's to 630. B is now dropped and the third choice votes cast are added to A and C's totals and the high man wins. Under this system the voters can vote their preferences, the man elected musthave a clear majority and a tie vote would be ex

tremely unlikely. The system worked well here and everybody seems to be satisfied with the result.

It is the writer's opinion that the charter form of government should be endorsed by union men all over the country where the matter is being dis. cussed. Take for example the new charter under which Grand Junction is now working: Twenty.one men were elected to draft a charter, and union labor made its desires known to this charter convention in no uncertain terms. We got about every. thing incorporated in the new charter which we asked for.

The new charter does away with wards, makes it an impossibility for a candidate to receive the endorsement of a political party, provides for the recall of a commissioner by vote, makes it obligatory that all franchises granted by the commissioners must be endorsed by a vote of our citizens before becoming effective, has the initiative and referendum, and contains many other provisions of merit.

Any qualified elector may run for any office, the only stipulation being that he must have twentyfive petitioners to get his name on the ballot.

Under the old ward system of politics political parties and saloon interests predominated. We endorsed this man or that man, and after election, if he was the fortunate man, he straightway forgot all about us and our desires. Under the new system we can bring out our own

men, if de sirable, and by conscientious work elect them to office. Union labor in Grand Junction went after what it wanted, and as a result we can point to two strong union men as city commissioners and the other three very friendly to our cause.

Members of the International Typographical Union should give this system of government deep study. Our organization has always been at the front when it comes to fighting for the uplift of the people, and the writer believes that more may be accomplished for our cause in a year under a commission form of government than in fifty years under the old ward-saloon-political party system.

T. B. LINDSAY. Grand Junction, Colo.

D's 155.

THE TYPOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL

ISSUED ON THE FIFTH OF EACH MONTH At Rooms 640-650 Newton CLAYPOOL BUILDING,

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

J. W. HAYS, Editor and Publisher

move to unorganized towns fail to renew their cards. To prevent loss in such instances, it has been decided that members holding cards, and lo. cated outside of the jurisdiction of a local union, must either deposit their cards with the nearest union and pay dues each month, or pay Interna. tional dues in advance. in order to get THE JOURNAL. Where a cardholder pays his dues to the local in advance, a specific report should be made by the secretary upon the case, in order that the name can be placed on the list and the magazine sent to the member for the time for which dues have been paid.

The 20th of each month is the latest date upon which changes for the succeeding issue can be made on our mailing list.

Upon request secretaries will be furnished with a copy of the list of their members to whom The JOURNAL is being sent.

correspondence regarding THE JOURNAL should be addressed to J. W. Hays, Newton Clay. pool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

Entered at the postoffice, Indianapolis, Ind., as second-class matter.

SUBSCRIPTION Rates.-One dollar per annum to any part of the United States or Canada; foreign, $1,50 per annum: single copies, 10 cents each.

To insure prompt insertion, all official matter, communications and advertisements sliould reach this office BEFORE the TWENTIETH OF THE MONTH PRECEDING PUBLICATION.

Advertising rates made known on application. All letters and remittances should be addressed to the editor and publisher.

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NOTICE TO SECRETARIES AND CORRE

SPONDENTS. Items for the official columns of The Journal should be prepared on a separate sheet, and the style of the paper followed as closely as possible. Such items should not be made a part of a letter dealing with other subjects, for if ihis is done the items are likely to be overlooked, even though the greatest care be exercised. Write as plainly as possible--especially proper names -- using one side of the sheet only. All ofñcial matter must be in the hands of the editor BEFORE THE TWENTIETH OF EACH MONTH, to insure insertion in the issue immediately following. The observance of the fore. going will tend to insure what is desired by allpromptness and accuracy in the publication of official matter.

Communications for the correspondence depart. ment of THE JOURNAL must be in the hands of the editor BEFORE THE TWENTIETH OF EACH MONTH to insure insertion in the issue immediately following. No communication will be published that does nut bear the full name of the writer.

ADDRESSES WANTED. The address of John Todd is wanted by his relatives in Lima, Ohio.

J. E. F. (Texas) Smith and C. H. Finney send address to E. G. Smith, Kirksville, Mo., care Daily Express.

If Ed Lunny will send address to M. V. DeVor, box 262, Leadville, Colo., he will forward lost memorandum book.

W. E. Carter is requested to communicate with his mother, Mrs. Maggie Carter, 1027 Elliot ave. nue, St. Louis, Mo.

Frank B. Brown, employed on Oklahoman, Okla. homa City, wants address of 0. C. Harper, sup. posed to be in Chicago.

A. A. Rhoads is requested to communicate with W. N. Kepley, United States ship Minnesota, care postmaster, New York, N. Y.

John D. Hall, believed to be at some point in Oklahoma, will please communicate with his father, Joseph Hall, at Wheeling, W. V'a.

Any one knowing the address of George H. Quigley will please send same to E. S. Bell, 214 Nacheca building, New Orleans, La.

B. R. Collery, who left Chicago on September 23, . 1907. is requested to communicate with J. Wainwright, 4153 State street, Chicago, Ill.

John R. Werner, formerly of Camden, N. J., is requested to communicate with Mrs. John R. Werner, 709 Chestnut street, Camden, N. J.

L. R. Edwards, or any one knowing his address, please communicate with Joe H. Payne, Parsons, Kan., and learn something of interest to him.

E. G. Warner, last heard from in Washington, D. C., is requested to communicate with Mrs. E. G. Warner, 6 McCann place, Providence, R. I.

Any one knowing the address of W. H. Dough. ty will confer a favor by notifying his son, J. W. Doughty, 713 Lafayette avenue, Terre Haute, Ind.

Anyone knowing the present whereabouts of Hector Paul Lemery, formerly a member of Bangor Typographical Union, please notify President Lynch at once.

J. D. McKay, last heard from in Cairo, Ill., is requested to communicate with T. B. Peterson, at Kerrville, Texas, and obtain information concerning his daughter.

Frank A. Hall, machinist-operator, who once worked in Marshall, Texas, and who held a card for thirty years, but was expelled for working in his own office, is requested to communicate with

THE JOURNAL MAILING LIST. When a member requests a change in his JourNAL address, he should give the name and number of the union with which he is affiliated, together with his present and former address.

Additions to the mailing list can only be made when received through the local secretary. Members not receiving the magazine should furnish the local secretary with their addresses.

Additions, corrections or alterations reported by local secretaries should be kept separate from other correspondence. When a member deposits his card, and his name is reported for the subscription list, the secretary should state where the member previously received Tue JOURNAL., and give the name and number of the union with which he was affiliated. When a member draws his card, is sus. pended or expelled, or in any manner ceases to be an active member of the local, the secretary should request that his name be dropped from the mailing list.

A large number of those who take cards and re

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