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W. A. Adair, care of the Messenger, Marshall, Texas.

E. R. Babb, printer, last heard of in St. Louis and Hot Springs, is requested to write to E. J. Sifling, 222 West Adams street, Jacksonville, Fla.

Fred M. Lindsay can learn something to his advantage by communicating at once with his brother, T. B. Lindsay, 448 Belford avenue, Grand Junction, Colo.

Anyone knowing the address of Theodore F. Lindsey or L. F. Terry, please send same to Mrs. Theodore F. Lindsey, 334 Whipple street, Swissvale, Allegheny county, Pa.

John A. Robertson, who formerly lived in Alameda, Cal., or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with D. L. Beatty, 1055 Broadway, Oakland, Cal.

Peter T. Duignan, last heard from in Grand Rapids, Mich., or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with his wife, 419 Warren street, Sandusky, Ohio.

Samuel H. Bean, of Atlanta, Ga., or any one knowing his present address, is requested to communicate with Daniel N. Power, 614 West Hargett street, Raleigh, N. C. Important.

If Joseph John Courtney, formerly belonging to No. 6 Union, New York city, will communicate with C. Robson, care of J. W. Hays, 642 Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind., he will learn something to his advantage.

R. A. Taaffe, of Atlanta, Ga., formerly foreman of Atlanta Envelop Company, or any one knowing his present whereabouts, is requested to communicate with Daniel N. Power, care of E. M, Uzzell & Co., printers, Raleigh, N. C. Important.

Gilbert Brayton, George W. Brayton, Herb Campbell, Harry Coleman, C. L. Cook, Vedill Connell, R. (. Crow, Oscar De Leuw, J. 0. Denham, Pat Dunbar, Frank Gillam, W. A. Hackney, Bert Hargraves, Charles B. Jennings, J. E. Kinch, Sam Landon, Fred M. Kindsay, W. R. McCoy, Bonnie Murplıy, Fred Rolfe, Bert

D. Simons, J. L. Starkes, Jack Tracy, H. Wilson, James Wonn, Grover Workman, Ralph H. Wright, send addresses to J. W. Hays, 640-650 Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind., and get mail.

Card No. 21047, issued to Ben H. Adams by El Reno (Okla.) Union No. 654, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to Guy N. Spenny, box 116, El Reno, Okla.

Card No. 15959, issued to John Albon by Joplin Union No. 350, August 22, 1909, has been lost and a duplicate issued. If the above card be found, should be returned to M. H. Gardner, 510 Gray avenue, Joplin, Mo.

Card No. 20886, issued to E. T. Stone, October 16, 1909, by Elyria (Ohio) Union No.645, has been lost and a duplicate issued.

If found or presented for deposit, please return to E. J. Salsbury, 209 Blaine street, Elyria, Ohio.

J. M. Johnson has been unanimously rejected by Memphis' Union No. u for general undesirability, based upon impressions written and verbal by the applicant, toward both the local union and the International Typographical Union.

Card No. 16270-A, issued to F. E. Everetts by Guthrie Union No. 587, has been lost and a dupli. cate issued. If original card is found or offered for deposit, it should be returned to ). W. McGatlin, 117 North Seventh street, Guthrie, Okla.

Card No. 21618-A, dated October 25, 1909, is. sued by Aberdeen Union No. 573, to C. Broderick, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to B. T. Evans, box 824, Aberdeen, Wash.

The secretary receiving the card of B. J. Foy, formerly of Detroit, Mich., is requested to hold the certificate and communicate with L. H. Swart, care of Courier-Herald, Saginaw, Mich. Charges are pending before Saginaw Union against Mr. Foy.

Card No. 6794, issued to John McMillan by North Adams Union No. 316, October 15, 1909, ha beci lost and duplicate issued. The original card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to Robert Tudor, box 384, North Adams, Mass.

Card No. 6152-A, issued by Galesburg Union No. 288 to G. B. Heister on January 5; 1909, has been revoked for ratting. This card, if presented for deposit, should be taken up and returned to 0. W. Walkup, 414 North Cedar street, Gales. burg, Ill.

Card No. 10450-A, issued to C. W. Freeman, September 15, 1909, by, Typographical Union No. 3, has been lost and a duplicate issued.

This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to R. H. Curl, 621 Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Card No. 6013-A, issued to N. A. S. Platz, has been lost and a duplicate issued. Finder please return same to Charles E. May, box 32, Iola, Kan.

Card No. 8643, issued to George B. Warren by Ottawa (Kan.) Union No. 408, has been lost and a duplicate issued. Any one finding original card please return to C. B. Allen, care of Republic, Ottawa, Kan.

Card issued to Wilbur Hoppin by Carthage (Mo.) Union No. 589 has been revoked. If presented for deposit, this card should be taken up and returned to George B. Brewer, care of Democrat, Carthage, Mo.

Card No. 11519-A, issued to T. W. Cook, under date of August 20, 1909, has been lost and a duplicate issued. This card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to W. N. Emlyn, box 271, Jacksonville, Fla.

Card No. 2918, issued to A. J. Geary by Bloomington (111.) Union No. 124, has been lost and a duplicate issued. The original card, if found or presented for deposit, should be returned to G. A. Summers, 901 West Mulberry street, Bloomington, Ill.

Leonard E. Zent and John II. Tucker, having left the jurisdiction of Lockport Typographical L'nion No. 67 without cards, and their whereabouts being unknown, this is to give notice that if their indebtedness to the union is not paid by January 1, 1910, they will. under International and local law, stand suspended. By direction of Lockport Union No. 67.

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

ADMITTED. 1391-W. H. Bell, Philadelphia No. 2; age 57 years; admitted October 5, 1909.

1398—Royden K. Kinsey, East Liverpool No. 318; age 32 years; admitted October 8, 1909.

1401-Charles A. Guyer, New York No. 6; age 34 years; admitted October 8, 1909.

1405-Henry F. Stimming, Chicago No. 16; age 51 years; admitted October 15, 1909.

1410–Harry Jones, Montreal No. 176; age 40 years; admitted October 19, 1909.

George Taylor, Omaha No. 90; admitted October 20, 1909; returned from six months' furlough.

VACATED. 1383-John La Chance, Chicago No. 16; age 46 years; admitted July 24, 1909; vacated October 14, 1909; able to work.

1379—-Wallace H. Hyde, Los Angeles No. 174; age 39 years; admitted July 9, 1909; vacated October 14, 1909; able to work.

468—George Copeland, New York No. 6; age 74 years; admitted October 27, 1899; vacated October 16, 1909; old age pension.

1331–George W. Wooster, St. Louis No. 8; age 45 years; admitted March 16, 1909; vacated October 21, 1909; able to work.

1182—W. H. Hightower, Colorado Springs No. 82; age 38 years; admitted November 18, 1907; va. cated October 24, 1909; able to work.

1300—Charles R. Myles, Pittsburg No. 7; age 32 years; admitted October 24, 1908; vacated Octo. ber 9, 1909; able to work.

1357-Charles B. James, Topeka No. 121; age 31 years; admitted April 29, 1909; October 10, 1909; able to work.

EXPELLED. 1101-M. P. Conlon, Canon City No. 425, age 30 years; admitted April 1, 1907; expelled October 10, 1909; intoxication.

CHARLES DEacon, Superintendent.

CHARTERS ISSUED. Biloxi (Miss.) No. 418—E. H. Benedict, W. G. Wilkes,

Charles M. Wilkes, Frank Mallerich, George W. Wilkes, Paul A. Gilly, G. Barrow Cousins, Austide Treloar.

Berlin (Ont.) No. 366-Norman W. Holtzmann, Fred H. Delion, Fred Pollokowsky, John Golds, Richard Fellbaum, Anthony Bieth, William H. Loos, Irban Strub, Alfred C. Voege, William Bes. serer, Harry Delion.

Emporia (Kan.) No. 605-John H. Schottler, George H. Caspari, Carl E. Goodwin, Otis L. Jill. son, G. L. Patterson, W. J. Mears, Ella Gordan.

Visalia (Cal.) No. 519–5. Emory Ladd, Ed C. Coleman, Harry Holden, W. H. Jacobs, F. F. Bar. ton, Thomas W. Jones, Orval G. Roberts, Henry A. Loper, John A. Aaronson.

Wellsburg (W. Va.) No. 607–L. M. Reffner, Joseph M. Faherty, L. H. McCamie, P. D. Pattie, W. F. Elcesser, Charles E. Simpson, Gerald Le Simpson.

Flint (Mich.) No. 535-Robert D. Cox, Howard L. Charter, Roy Hinds, G. C. Gibbs, E. M. Bristol, W. H. Wilkins, Ilarry Sansburn, Nellie Blais, Evelyn Tompkins, E. B. Clark, B. J. Flannery, Cora Danser, L. R. Chapman, S. A. Thorpe, W. R. Hoffman, James M. French, E. G. Colburn, W. S. Hancock.

DELINQUENT UNIONS.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., November 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 succeeding month. Under this law the October per capita and the October old age pension assessment of all unions was due at headquarters not later than November 20. The following unions were delinquent for per capita, or the old age pension assessment, on November 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 death, the union of which deceased was a member is in arrears for per capita tax to the International Union.” 38, Haverhill.

478, San Juan. 74. Belleville.

501, Clearfield. 85, St. John.

510, Cienfuegos. 109, Pittsfield.

539, Gulfport. 139, Stratford.

544, Douglas. 147, Ashland.

546, Chicago Polish. 161, Fall River.

555, Fernie. 164, Kewanee.

563, Rock Springs. 214, Pendleton.

570, Santiago de Cuba. 257, Lisbon.

581, Fort Madison. 267, Frankfort.

585, White Plains. 269. Peckskill,

595, Athens. 273, Red Lodge.

606, Bridgetown, W. I. 303, Cleburne.

620, Central City. 335, Rossland.

621, Mayfield. 340, Nelson.

624, San Mateo. 355, Bellingham.

636, Moncton. 370, EI Paso.

646, Matanzas. 384, Montpelier.

650, Long Beach. 385, Greenville.

651, Urbana. 423, Wellsboro.

652, Cleveland Hunga433, Dover.

rian. 439. Bakersfield,

665, Rhyolite. 452, New Kensington. 666, Georgetown, S. A. 462, New Philadelphia.

MAILERS. 4, Duluth.

20, Providence. 9, Los Angeles.

22, Pittsburg.

THE DEATH ROLL, ADAMS, JOHN—At Winnipeg, Can., October 25,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 52 years. Addis, J. B.--At Oklahoma City, Okla., October

11, 1909, of tuberculosis. Age 23 years. Balso, E. A.-At Washington, D. C., October 25,

1909, of typhoid fever. Age 31 years. BENJAMIN, A. E.-At Trenton, N. J., October 26,

1909, of perforation of intestines. Age 36 years. BILYEU, H. S.-At Stamford, Conn., October 14, 1909, of heart failure.

Age 70 years. BROWN, T. H.-At Iowa City, Iowa, October 24,

1909, of shock from operation. Age 55 years. BRUNING, George-At Omaha, Neb., November 9,

1909, of diabetes. Age 38 years. CAMPBELL, J. M.-At Danville, ill., November 6,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 60 years. CARVER, D. D. W.-At Dubuque, Iowa, November

16, 1909, of apoplexy. Age 75 years. CLENDENIN, J. L.–At Campbell Hill, ill., Novem

ber 10, 1909, of dropsy. Age 37 years. CONNOLLY, J. W.-At New York, N. Y., Novem.

ber 13, 1909, of pneumonia. Age 55 years. DEGNAN, JAMES-At New York, N. Y., November

11, 1909, of Bright's disease. Age 63 years. Dodge, W. A.-At Washington, D. C., November

18, 1909, of apoplexy. Age 63 years. DOUGHERTY, P. J.-At Ottawa, ill.. October 28,

1909, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 49 years. Douglas, W. F.–At Cincinnati, Ohio, October 24,

1909, of heart failure. Eaton, W. L.–At Steilacoom, Wash., October 3,

1909, of paralysis. Age 38 years. GORDON, R. B.-At Indianapolis, Ind., November

3, 1909, of hemorrhage. Age 62 years. GREEN, J. S.-At Brooklyn, N. Y., October 28,

1909, of pneumonia. Age 78 years. GRIMES, C. E.-At Omaha, Neb., June 29, 1909,

of apoplexy. Age 32 years. HACKETT, R. M.--At Rock Island, Ill., October 26,

1909, of diabetes. Age 30 years. HalloRAN, JOHN--At Chicago, Ill., October 19,

1909, of heart disease. Age 70 years. HENESS, ELLA M.–At Washington, D. C., Novem

ber 9, 1909, of peritonitis. Age 53 years. HUGHES, MICHAEL-At Hudson, N. Y., October

10, 1909, of enteritis. Age 65 years.

WISDOM,

like flowers, requires cultivation.Hosea Ballou.

MEN prize a thing ungained more than it is.Shakespeare.

Ga.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while working in country towns.

Monterey, Cal.- Arthur Chubb, age 38 years; former member of Santa Cruz Union (defunct); now working in Monterey.

New Castle. Ind.-M. Ritchie, age 55 years; at trade thirty-eight years; learned trade in Oxford, Ohio; formerly a member of Richmond (Ind.) Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

San Angelo, Texas-Clarence S. Prosser, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Cleve. land, Ohio; has worked in Houston, Texas; made application to Houston Union, but left town before petition was acted upon. Joseph L. Werst, age 18 years; at trade four years; learned trade in San Angelo. E. R. Thompson, age 23 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in San Angelo; now em. ployed there.

Shenandoah, Iowa-Ilarvey C. Lane, age 22 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in West Newton, lowa; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Wyanet, Okla.- John V. Beasley, age 24 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Cedarvale, Kan.; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Israel, J. M.-At Washington, D. C., October 25,

1909, of heart disease. Age 40 years. JACKSON, F. G.-At Berlin, N. H., October 29, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 34 years. JAMIESON, H. T.-At Philadelphia, Pa., November

11, 1909, of tuberculosis. Age 41 years. KEARNEY, M. F.-At Wilkes-Barre, Pa., September

30, 1909, of typhoid fever, Age 34 years. KERWIN, SARSFIELD-At New York, N. Y., Octo

ber 11, 1909, of tuberculosis. Age 42 years. KESSLER, J. F.-At Pekin, Ill., November 8, 1909,

of tuberculosis. Age 40 years. LEONARD, Gus-At New York, N. Y., October 14,

1909, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 58 years. LEWELLYN, E. H.-At Raleigh, N. C., October 28,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 28 years. MAHONEY, E. J.--At Boston, Mass., October 16,

1909, of alcoholism. Age 35 years. McEvoy, THOMAS–At Chicago, Ill., September 25,

1909, of tumor. Age 41 years. McGill, J. S.-At Dallas, Texas, October 19,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 51 years. Moore, W. T.-At Dunning, Ill., October 28,

1909, of paralysis. Age 45 years. • MRAZ, WILLIAM- At Racine, Wis., November 10,

1909, of tuberculosis. Age 22 years. O'CONNOR, JOSEPH-At Chicago, Ill., September 6,

1909, of nephritis. Age 68 years. Pagett, W. F.--At Chicago, Ill.. October 31, 1909,

of heart disease. Age 61 years. REYNOLDS, CHARLES—At Georgetown, S. A., Sen

tember 19, 1909, of Bright's disease. Age 36

years. Scully, PATRICK-At New York, N. Y., October 18, 1909, of adema.

Age 35 years. SHARP. R. C.-At New York, N. Y., November 2,

1909, of pneumonia. Age 27 years. SHELDON, C. F.-At Chicago, Ill., October 19,

1909, of heart disease. Age 75 years. Stallman, W. H.-At York, Pa., November 1,

1909, of apoplexy. Age 69 years. STOLTENBERG, M.-At Chicago, Ill., November 18, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 25 years. SULLIVAN, EUGENE--At Eau Claire, Wis., October

25, 1909, of tuberculosis. Age 23 years. TRAVIS, Edward-At Des Moines, Iowa, November

1, 1909, of pneumonia. Age 46 years. WARD, H. E.--At New York, N. Y., November 14,

1909, of appendicitis. Age 34 years. WATERS, W. C.-At Denver, Colo., October 20, 1909, of tuberculosis.

Age 47 years. WELCH, J. L.-At New York, N. Y., October 19,

1909, of nephritis. Age 49 years. Wright, G. 0.–At Aurora, Ill., October 27, 1909,

of heart disease. Age 78 years.

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- George A. Sharpless, age 26 years, has worked in Philadelphia, New Or. leans, Kansas City, St. Louis and Texas towns. Lester C. Morrow, age 21 years; learned trade in Lockland, Ohio; has also worked in Savannah and Atlanta, Ga.

8, St. Louis, Mo.-Hugo Kretschmar, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in St. Louis. John H. Willis, age 36 years; at trade nineteen years; has worked in Windsor, Lovington, l'enice and Madison, Ill., and St. Louis. Edwin Elsworth Lewis, age 48 years; at trade twenty. five years; has worked in Flora, I.; Omaha, Neb., and Newport, Ky. George Meyers, age 28 years; at trade seven years; has worked in Manito, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo.

11, Memphis, Tenn.-Walter G. Harrell, age 42 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade at Jackson, Miss.; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in country offices. Roy M. Ryan, age 21 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Hopkinsville, Ky.; worked in Mayfield and Guthrie, Ky. Never before applied for membership.

27, Mobile, Ala.- Robert R. Tennings, formerly a member of Union No. 101, Washington, I). C.; also worked in Norfolk, Va.; membership, lapsed for non-payment of dues; out of business for sev.

eral years.

APPLICATIONS FROM UNORGANIZED TOWNS.

[Objections to the admission of these applicants must be filed with Secretary: Treasurer llays within thirty days.)

Bamberg, S. C.-J. F. Willis, age 20 years; at trad four and one-half years; learned trade at Epworth Orphanage. Columbia, S. C.; has worked in Spartanburg, S. C.

Carlsbad, N. M.-Roy Lee, age 28 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Kosciusko, Miss.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns; has worked in Portland, Seattle and Albuquerque.

Cherryvale, Kan.-Charles Stichnot, age years; at trade five years; learned trade in Burlington, Kan.; has always worked in unorganized towns.

Maysville, Ga.-G. E. Hill, age 42 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Augusta,

29, Peoria, I11.-- Richard Zeno, worked in Chicago, Ill.; Akron and Cleveland, Ohio.

47. New Haven, Conn.-Henry J. Burnes, of Guilford, Conn.; learned trade in Malone, N. Y.; worked in Marble City and Rutland, Vt., and Gouverneur. N. Y.; was admitted to Rutland Union, but took sick and left before receiving card.

49, Denver, Colo.-Lee J. Howard, age 44 years; at trade twenty-eight years; formerly a member, but allowed card to expire; last held card from St. Joseph Union No. 40; has worked in Shenandoah and Sidney, Iowa. James T. Elliott, learned trade in Little Rock, Arki; has worked in New Orleans, Chicago, Denver and many other towns; now a suspended member of No. 49; been

member of the International Typographical Union for twenty-four years; not working at the trade for the past three or four years. Clifford R. Wieger, age 25 years; at trade ten years, part of time as press feeder; learned trade in Cincinnati, Ohio; never worked anywhere else; never

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belonged to the union. A. L. G. Gentles, served an apprenticeship of seven years in different offices in Scotland; has worked in the offices of Morrison & Gibb anel R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh, Scotland; Wyman & Sons, London and Reading; formerly a member of Edinburgh branch of Scottish Typographical Union, but relinquished membership upon becoming foreman of tlie monotype department of Morrison & Gibb.

63, Toledo, Ohio-Charles F. Cotter, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Tiffin, Ohio.

76, Terre Haute, Ind.-R. S. Osburn, age 61 years; learned trade in Waynetown, Ind.; now working at Clinton, Ind.

78, Fort Wayne, Ind.—Calvin Heusser, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Alma, Waukon and Indianapolis. W. E. Bower, age 38 years; at trade twenty years; formerly member of Chicago Union, but allowed membership to lapse by non-payment of dues in 1903; has not worked in union office since. George L. Ford, age 26 years; at trade nine years; apprenticeship served on Leipsic Tribune and Box Company.

81, Bay City, Mich.-F. R. Jamieson, age 26 years; at trade

years; worked in Caro, Mich.; formerly a member of No. 81, but allowed card to lapse on taking up other work; never worked in organized town outside of Bay City.

82, Colorado Springs, Colo.-H. Harbin Clark, age 30 years; learned trade in Salem, Ind., and has worked there for twelve years. L. C. Sizer, age 22 years; has served an apprenticeship of five years in Merrill, Wis.

83, New York Hebrew-American-Nathan Wag. man, age 22 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Jerusalem, Palestine. Isidore Pershitz, age 23 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Russia. George Lewin, age 21 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Russia. Ilarry Good man, age 19 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Russia. Leo Alberts, age 45 years; at trade twenty-eight years; learned trade in Russia. Morris Hollander, age 22 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Austria. Morris Sacher, age 26 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Austria. Bernard Bamdas, age 31 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Russia. Joe Hudeman, age 25 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Russia. Harry Lapiner, age 23 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in New York. Aaron Goldberg, age 45 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Russia.

90, Richmond, Va.- Charles P. Stowell, worked in Burdette and Geneva, N. Y.; never belonged to a union.

91, Toronto, Ont.-Wallis Holmes, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Clinton, Ont. F. L. Hollingshead, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Streetsville, Ont.; has also worked in Toronto. James Shawcross, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Arthur G. Ofen, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Norman Creeper, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Bowmansville, Ont. 92, Little Rock, Ark.-Ed Craddock, age

19 years; at trade four years; has worked in Nashville, Tenn.; now employed in Little Rock. Cloyd Gray, age 30 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Magazine, Ark.; worked in Danville, Ark.; never before applied for membership. M. A. Bowers, age 23 years; at trade ten years; worked in St. Louis, Mo. Claud Dullamel, age 20 years; at trade five years; worked in New Har. mony. Ind., and Uniontown, Ky. J. D. Bostick, age 21 years; at trade five years; worked in Kaufman, Texas, and Little Rock, Ark.; never before applied for membership.

95, Helena, Mont.-John Matejka, age 27 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Prague, Bohemia, Austria; deposited Australian card.

104, Birmingham, Ala.-N. R. Thompson, age

36 years; at trade twenty years; has worked in Russellville, Huntsville and Bessemer, Ala.; was a member at time Bessemer (Ala.) Union surren. dered its charter. C. J. Fitch, age 32 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Lebanon, Mo.; has worked in Kansas City, Mo.; now work. ing in Birmingham; never made application before. J. P. Biggs, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Birmingham, Ala. II. B. Pollock, age 30 years; learned trade in Nashville; has also worked in Birmingham and Decatur, Ala., and Rison, Ark.: formerly a member, but card lapsed during an illness of fifteen months' duration. J. C. Bowers, age 38 years; at trade twenty-six years; learned trade in Ishville, Ohio; has also worked in Dover, Ohio, and Columbus, Miss.

106, Madison, Wis.— Florence R. McCausland, age 27 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Sibley, Iowa; worked in Little Rock, Rock Rapids and Grand Rapids, Iowa.

107, Rock Island, Ill. (Tri-City)—L. H. Han. cock, age 26 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Spencer, Ind.; has also worked at Manhattan, Kan.; Lamar, Colo., and Charleston, Ill.; now working at Voline, Ill. O. H. McFadden, age 25 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Geneseo, Ill.; now working at Wyoming, Ill.

112, Scranton, Pa.--Bronislaw Krupski, age 28 years; served apprenticeship in Chicago, Ill.; now employed in Scranton.

118, Des Moines, Iowa-Glenn B. Coate, age 27 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Shannon City, Iowa.

124, Bloomington, Ill.—Thomas A. Brewer, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Alton, lo.; has also worked in Bloomfield, Mo.; now employed in Bloomington, Ill.

127, Hartford, Conn.- Joseph T. Doyle, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Hartford. Herman A. Bodenstein, age 19 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Hartford.

129, Hamilton, Ont., Can.-H. McGraw, age 23 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Times job department; never before applied for membership. George A. Phillips, age 40 years; at trade twenty-five years; formerly a member of defunct Lindsay (Ont.) Union; has not worked in an or. ganized town since.

130, Halifax, Can.-Frank Theakston, machinist. operator; age 30 years; worked in offices of Hali. fax Advertiser and Morning Chronicle.

148, Wichita, Kan.-W. G. Smith, age 41 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Denver. Chet L. Noel, ag 28 years; at trade fifteen years; formerly held Kansas City card, but allowed same to lapse; has also worked in Omaha. L. Windsor Shoop, age 21 years; for apprentice membership; at trade four years.

155, Shreveport, La.-J. F. Looney, age 36 years; at trade seventeen years; last worked at Lafkin, Texas; formerly member of union, but has been working in unorganized towns. Dan Patterson, age 24 years; formerly hell Dallas card; last worked at Monroe and allowed card to lapse.

158, Springfield, Mo.-C. L. Brickhart, age 31 years; at trade ten years; formerly a member of Sioux City (Iowa) Union, but allowed card to lapse three years ago.

162, Jacksonville, Fla.-G. C. Gunter, age 24 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Aberdeen, N. C., and Chesau, Durham and Hickon, N. C.; never before applied for membership.

167, Schenectady, N. Y.-St. B. Andezcicushi, age 33 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Buffalo, N. Y.; formerly a member of defunct Buffalo Polish Union.

172, San Antonio, Texas-T: A. McCaskill, age 27 years; served apprenticeship in San Antonio. R. A. Gates, served apprenticeship in Memphis, Texas. H. II. Ilodge, age 35 years; served apprenticeship at Greenville, Texas; was a member of IIouston (Texas) Union two years ago, but al. again at Altoona, but left before petition was

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lowed card to expire while out west for his health. Upton McGary, age 52 years; served apprenticeship at Austin, Texas; former member of Austin Union; for last ten years has worked in Eagle Pass, Texas.

174, Los Angeles, Cal.--Frank L. Earney, age 30 years; served apprenticeship in Cabool, Mo.; at trade eight years; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized town.

176, Montreal, Can.--Samuel Sharl, has worked in Russia and New York city.

177, Springfield, Ill.- Lawrence McCullom, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in office of Bluffs Weekly Review.

193, Spokane, Wash.-William H. Mills, age 23 years; at trade nine years; never worked in organized town. Charles Power, age 38 ycars; at trade twenty-three years, but always in business as publisher; learned trade in De Smet, S. D.; never worked in organized town.

198, Fort Worth, Texas--Winston Hall, of Chil. dress, Texas (for reinstatement); age 28 years; at trade eight years; has worked in Austin and Paris, Texas. Williain Ross, age 41 years;

at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Lake City and Jacksonville, Fla.; has also worked in New York and Asbury Park, N. J.; allowed card issued by New York Union to expire while working in Asbury Park.

202, Seattle, Wash.-Chester B. Bean, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Cambridge, Idaho. J. H. Caughlin, age 40 years; at trade twenty-four years; formerly a member of Boise Union, but allowed card to expire while working at other business.

204, Kingston, Ont., Can.-James V. Garrigan, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Kingston, Ont.

212, Pawtucket, R. I.—John William Butler, age 29 years; served apprenticeship in the office of A. A. Ladbrook, Birmingham, Warwickshire; was a member of Providence Union No. 33.

219, Canton, Ohio-Frank 0. Barth, age 25 years; at trade five years; learned trade in office of Roller Printing and Paper Company; now working in News-Democrat office. Lowell M. Harter, age 31 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade in Celina, Ohio; has worked in Mount Ver. non, Ohio, and Albert Lea, Minn.; now working in Canton.

230, Danville, Ill.–Arthur Smith, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Danville; has worked in Chicago, Ill., and Princeton, Ind.

238, Steubenville, Ohio-Thomas Conlon, jr., age 21 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade and still working in New Cumberland, W. l'a.

243, Hutchinson, Kan.-Blaine Harrell, age 25 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Hutchinson; now working in Hutchinson; never before made application.

245, Woonsocket, R. I.-George L'Ileureux, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Franklin, Mass.; now working in Woonsocket.

249, Fort Smith, Ark.–Alva M. Hamilton, age 27 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Paris, Ark.; now working in Hartford. Fred D. Vore, age 38 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in What Cheer, Iowa; now working in Clarksville, Ark.

263, Asheville, N. C.-John G. Beirbaun, age 30 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in New York city; was formerly a member of New York Union No. 6, but allowed card to lapse while out of business.

270, New Castle, Pa.- James P. Baker, age 45 years; at trade twenty-five years; formerly a mem. ber of Altoona (Pa.) Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns; has also worked in Fayette City, Pa.; made application

271, Boise, Idaho–J. J. Clark, Gooding, Idaho; formerly held San Bernardino card, but allowed same to lapse on account of sickness. Will H. Garland, Gooding, Idaho, formerly of Norton, Kan. Earl E. Kirk, of Fayette, Idaho; age 21 years; learned trade in Fayette; has worked in Milton and Freewater, Ore.

292, Grand Junction, Colo.-H. II. Iligh, age 28 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade at Colorado City, Colo; has also worked in Manitou and Delta, Colo.; formerly belonged to union at Lincoln, Neb., but allowed card to lapse when became a member of pressmen's union.

299, Tampa, Fla.-D. Harry Witherspoon, age 47 years; at trade twenty-nine years; learned trade in Lexington, S. C.; has also worked in Lyons, Wadley, Springfield and Valdosta, Ga.

303, Cleburne, Texas--B. B. Yantis, formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

316, North Adams, Mass.-Francis R. Sullivan, age 21 years; at trade four and one-half years; started trade in North Adams; now working in Shelburn Falls; never made application before.

324, Racine, Wis.-B. J. Bradley, age 35 years; at trade twenty-three years; learned trade in Spencer, Wis.; has also worked in Sparta, Neillsville and Madison, Wis. Herman Selk, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Appleton, Wis. Carl Zimmermann, age 24 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Maysville, Wis.; formerly a member of Sioux Falls Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in Maysville.

341, Spartanburg, S. C.-H. M. Swaimgen, age 24 years; at trade six years; worked in Lancaster and Rock Hill, S. C. Charles H. Haiding, jr., age

years; at trade five years; learned trade in Shelby, N. C.; has worked in Cherryville, N. C.

353, Newport, News, l'a.-J. F. Click, has worked for past eight years on Times- Mercury, Hickory, N. C.

362, Traverse City, Mich.-John A. Wilcox, age 24 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Boyne City, Mich., where he is at present employed; has also worked in Detroit.

368, Litchfield, III.-Leo D. Burns, age 28 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Decatur; worked in Decatur and Bloomington, Ill.

372, Clarksburg, W. Va.- Robert C. Graham, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Staunton, l'a. William R. Wotring, age 32 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Grafton, W. Va.

373, Durango, Colo.-J. Elmer Guy, age 35 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Denver, Colo.; has also worked in Telluride and Silverton, Colo.

377, Atlantic City, N. J.-Eugene J. Burns, at trade seventeen years; has worked in Philadelphia in offices of M. Jackson and Charles J. Eaton; never before made application.

379, Ithaca, N. Y.-Floyd V. Ferris, age 24 years; trade seven

years; learned trade in Spencer, Ind.; has also worked in Pittsfield, Mass.

396, Canandaigua, N. Y.--Alland Fay, age 27 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Wil. limantic, Conn., and Wilmington, Vt.; has also worked in Geneva, N. Y.

398, Billings, Mont.-W. H. Beamish, age 49 years; formerly a member of International Typographical Union, last place worked at being Minneapolis, Minn., in spring of 1898; has since been located in Bowler, Mont., engaged in mercantile business; allowed Minneapolis card to lapse.

408, Ottawa, Kan.-W. A. Crane, age 48 years; at trade twenty years; learned the business at Fort Collins, Colo.; has also worked in Kearny and Lincoln, Neb.

412, Kokomo, Ind.—Rome Smith, age 26 years;

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