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at trade twelve years; formerly a member of Peru Union No. 97, but allowed card to lapse; has since worked in Tipton.

414, Marshalltown, Iowa-Edw. D. Yount, age 41 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in Newton, Iowa; has also worked in Fremont, Neb.

422, Natchez, Miss.-Will W. Gregg, age 44 years; at trade twenty-seven years; formerly belonged to Pensacola Union, but was dropped for non-payment of dues.

428, Warren, Pa.-Alfred Nelson, worked in New York about six years ago; carried a card, but has since worked 'in unorganized towns and allowed his card to lapse.

429, Battle Creek, Mich.--William M. Gill, age 42 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Oswego, Kan.; has also worked in Biloxi and Tupelo, Miss.; allowed card to expire while working in unorganized towns. W. R. Smith, age 38 years; at trade twenty-three years; learned trade in Coopersville, Mich.; has also worked in Battle Creek, Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, Mich.

432, Stillwater, Minn.-William Williams, age 25 years; learned trade in Wettenberg, Wis.; has also worked in Brookings, S. D., and Minneapolis, Minn.

434, Trinidad, Colo.—Maynard M. Wilson, age 22 years; at trade five years; learned trade on Pike's Peak News and in Waterville, Wash.

438, Paris, Texas—Earl C. Moss, age 37 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Lyons, Ind.; worked in Sandborn and Elnora, Ind., and Carthage, Mo. Herbert C. Cheshire, age 21 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Anderson, S. C.; worked in Shawnee, Okla., and Tyler, Texas; took out card in Shawnee, Okla., and let it expire; took out card in Tyler, Texas, and let it expire in Greenville Union. Edgar T. Neville, age 40 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Paris, Texas. Ben H. Sharpe, age 19 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Detroit, Texas; worked in Clarksville, Texas. John M. Turey, age 21 years; at trade four years,

440, New York Hungarian-N. Koket, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Gali. rieu.

448, La Crosse, Wis.-C. T. Hartmann, age 41 years; learned trade in Peoria, 111.; has also worked in Minneapolis; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse on account of inability to pay dues and assessments; has since worked in unorganized towns.

458, Carlinville, Ill.—Herman H. Meyer, age 40 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in Mount Gilead, Ohio; worked in Chicago, Moberly, Mo., and Bennington; now working in Girard, Ill.

461, Cairo, Ill.–Carl Armstrong, age 29 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Hammond, Ind.; has worked on Muskogee Phænix and in Cherokee and Salisaw, Okla.; now working in Mounds, Ill.; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse while in business for himself and working in unorganized towns. 469, Greenfield, Ind.-O. M.

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43 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Newberg, Ore.

472, Palestine, Texas--W. C. James, at trade twenty years; has worked in Crockett, Wallesville, Wharton, Calvert, Conroe and Groveton, Texas.

481, Iola, Kan.—Tom W. Flory, age 24 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Howard, Kan.; has also worked in Lawrence and Independence; now working in Burlington, Kan.

482, Athens, Ohio–J. W. Hines, age 65 years; at trade forty-six years; learned trade in Athens; worked in Pomeroy and Cincinnati, Ohio.

487, Middletown, Ohio-Henry R. Fischer, age 26 years; learned trade in Cleveland, Ohio; also worked in Cincinnati, Ohio. George H. Harper, age 29 years; learned trade in Indianapolis, Ind. George P. Smith, age 29 years; learned trade in

College Corner, Ohio. J. Harry Halt, age 19 years; at trade one and one-half years; learned trade as monotype operator at the Lanston Monotype Company.

494, Abilene, Texas-Homer Harris, age 23 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Bowie, Texas; has also worked in Vernon, Quanah and Seymour, Texas; formerly a member of union, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

496, Eugene, Ore.-Frank C. Loomis, appren. tice membership; age 25 years; at trade one and three-fourths years; learned trade in Eugene.

502, Chillicothe, Ohio—Charles C. Metzger, age 34 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Chillicothe. Edith Hartman, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Chillicothe. Gertrude Janes, age 33 years; at trade three years; served apprenticeship thus far in the office of Scholl Printing Company; makes application as apprentice member.

503, Stamford, Conn.-Charles J. Schroeder, age 30 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in office of Schwebke & Knerr, New York city; also worked with E. Ray Fooks and A. B. Tippler, both of New York city. Charles M. Engel, age 25 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Greenwich Press, New York; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while not following the trade. George Duncan, age 22 years; at trade five years; learned trade at Winthrop Press, New York.

520, Mattoon, Ill.—M. A. Val Carter, learned trade in Ligonier, Ind.; has also worked in South Bend, Ind., and Benton_Harbor, Mich.; formerly held card from South Bend Union, but allowed same to lapse. Frank Stahley, learned trade in Indianapolis; has also worked in Crawfordsville, Frankfort, Decatur and Terre Haute, Ind.; for merly a member, but allowed card to lapse.

534, Allentown, Pa.-Ed M. Gangewere, age 21 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Allentown. James Wilson, age 36 years; at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Allentown. Charlotte A. Berkemeyer, age 28 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in South Bethlehem.

552, Ada, Okla.-James P. Copeland, age 24 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Free burg, Mo.; worked in Linn and Vienna, Mo.; now working in Freeburg, Mo.

559, Medford, Ore.-Charles P. Mason, age 24 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Port: land, Ore.; has worked in Lincoln, Cal. G. F. Evans, age 25 years; at trade six years; learned trade in South Center, Minn.; has worked in Duluth, McMinnville and Hibbing, Minn.

565, McAlester, Okla.-C. A. Hagan, age 28 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Columbus, Kan.; has also worked in Eldorado and other towns in Kansas; published a paper at Udell, Kan.; has never worked in an organized town or applied for membership before.

574, Hot Springs, Ark.- M. J. Connors, learned trade in Chicago and has since worked in unorganized towns in Massachusetts. C. B. Fort, for reinstatement.

577, Santa Rosa, Cal.-Russell James Birch, as apprentice member; age 19 years; at trade three and one-halt years in Santa Rosa.

585, White Plains, N. Y.-C. A. Roberts, age 34 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Addison, N. Y.; worked in Friendship and Washington, Ohio. Francis M. Rehill, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in White Plains. Alvan P. French, age 40 years; at trade twentysix years; learned trade in Mt. Kisco and Buffalo, N. Y.; worked in Albany, N. Y.; now working in White Plains.

611, Reno, Nev.-E. E. Patrick, age 25 years; at trade six years; never before applied for admission to any union; learned trade in Kankakee, Ill.; has also worked in Pine Village, Ind.

613, Enid, Okla.-David A. Clark, age 27 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Eureka, Ill.; has worked in El Paso, Ill., and Oxbon, Sask., Can. Thomas McDaniel, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Rogers, Ark.; has worked in Woodward and Cleo, Okla.

619, Sapulpa, Okla.-C. Harmony, age 21 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Alva, Okla.; worked in Woodward, Okla.; now working in Kiefer, Okla.

622, Owensboro, Ky.-H. R. Rich, age 25 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Benton, Ark.; worked in Hot Springs, Ark.

625, Salisbury, N. C.-J. R. Felts, age 19 years; at trade five years; has worked in Salisbury and Marion, N. C., and other places.

638, Salina, Kan.-Lynn Shanton, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Kensington, Kan.;, has worked in Agra, Colby and Smith Center, Kan. J. H. Deeble, age 29 years; at tradle fifteen years; learned trade in Lucas, Kan.; has worked in Great Bend and Abilene, Kan.

640, Berlin, N. H.-John A. La Porte, age 40 years; at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Hyde Park, Vt.; last worked in Brockton, Mass.; formerly a member of Brockton Union, but allowed card to lapse while following other business.

648, Bartlesville, Okla.- Roy L. Darling, at trade five years; has worked in Garnett and Cherryvale, Kan., and Dewey, Okla.

661, Chandler, Okla.- Vernon R. Smith, age 19 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Chandler.

662, Fremont, Neb.-W. C. Thompson, age 28 years: at trade sixteen years; learned trade in North Bend, Neb.; worked in Tipton and Stanwood, Iowa; at present unemployed, having sold his Hooper (Neb.) Sentinel; never before applied for admission.

48, Atlanta, Ga. Billings, Hollis C.-Age 74 years; originally joined Montgomery (Ala.) Union in 1857; held honorable withdrawal card from Macon (Ga.) Union in 1887; deposited same in Macon Union in 1888; has since been affiliated with unions in Birmingham, Ala., and Augusta and Atlanta, Ga.

90, Richmond, Va. Beazley, Joseph 1.-Ige 60 years; originally joined Richmond Union in 1872; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-five years.

101, Washington, D. C. Buckley, Joseph H. D.--Age 64 years; originally joined Columbia Union in 1872; has been a continuous member of that local for

than twenty years.

170, Tacoma, Wash, Moore, George R. ---Age 61 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1871 or 1872; has also been affiliated with unions in San Francisco, Sacramento, Seattle and Tacoma; has been a continuous member of the organization for thirty-seven or thirty-eight years.

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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. ]

6, New York, N. Y. Hogan, James H.-Age 64 years; originally joined Cincinnati Union-unable to give date; has been a continuous member of New York Union for twenty-seven years; claims continuous membership in the organization for about thirty-two years.

8, St. Louis, Mo. Beall, Albert F.-Age 67 years; originally joined Louisville Union in 1866 or 1867; has also been affiliated with Peoria (111.) Union; has been a continuous member of St. Louis Union for over twenty years.

10, Louisville, Ky. Kestler, Joseph G.-Age 63 years; originally joined Louisville Union in 1871; has been a tinuous member of that iocal for twenty-two years.

16, Chicago, I11. Arnold, Bernard-Age 63 years; originally joined San Francisco Union in 1889; has been af. filiated with unions in Spokane, Butte, Winnipeg, Bismarck, St. Paul and Victoria; has been a continuous member of the organization for twenty years.

36, Oakland, Cal. Harlow, Josiah Clark-Age 65 years; originally joined Virginia City Union in 1865; was on honorary rolls of Seattle and Tacoma Unions from 1890 to 1898-was a proprietor at the trade and as such was compelled to go on honorary roll; assumed active membership in Tacoma Union in 1898; since that time has been a continuous member of Qakland and Sacramento Unions.

PENSION APPLICATIONS APPROVED SINCE

LAST REPORT. The following is a list of members whose appli. cations for the old age pension have been approved by the executive council since last report:

6, New York, N. Y. William S. Anderson, George C. Cuttle.

II, Memphis, Tenn. Joseph H. Crane.

13, Boston, Mass. Peter Kerr.

16, Chicago, Ill. Joseph E. Mason, George 0. Wright.

52, Troy, N. Y. Henry Coffeen.

127, Hartford, Conn. John R. Johnston.

136, Duluth, Minn. Reuben L. West.

173, Dallas, Texas. J. Fred Peske.

176, Montreal, Que., Can. David Smith.

185, Bradford, Pa. Lindon 0. Chadwick.

302, Quebec, P. Q., Can. Sam Perreault.

574, Hot Springs, Ark. Frank T. Lindsay.

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ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Aberdeen, Wash.-President, B. L. Beall; vicepresident, J. B. Hickin; secretary-treasurer, V. T. Evans; sergeant-at-arms, A. W. Tweedie; execu. tive, auditing and label committee, A. W. Tweedie, C. D. Stewart, W. G. Workman.

Allentown, Pa.--President, E. C. Lloyd; secre. tary, A. W. Miller; treasurer, Charles M. Rehrig.

Berlin, N. II.--President, Harry M. Poley; vicepresident, Margaret King; secretary-treasurer. Ida 1. Finnen; executive committee and auditors, Harry M. Poley, John A. Woodward.

Binghamton, N. Y.--President, J. F. Freeman; vice-president, Frank Wood: treasurer, W. F. Bauman, T. G. Rhodes and T. H. Quinn; auditing committee, B. E. Woolsey, Thomas Carpenter and G. H. Collins; relief board, George A. Bauman, J. M. Stevens and Miss Orilla Ewers; delegates to central trades and labor assembly, F. W. Prather, Thomas Carpenter, B. E. Woolsey, George W. Thomas and T. G. Rhoades; delegates to allied printing trades council, George A. Bauman, A. C. Onken and B. E. Woolsey.

Sauter; financial secretary, G. H. Joslin: corresponding secretary, A. C. Trumble; executive committee, Lloyd Palmer, John Ruppersburger, Henry Meeker, John Cannon; membership committee, Harry Carl. Frank Greenwood, Fred Boyle; delegates to allied trades council, John Freeman, H. V. Casey, W. D. Thompson.

Chattanooga, Tenn.--Frank W. Hobbs, presi. dent; Frank Wing, vice-president; John O'Brien, secretary-treasurer; R. Stone, recording secretary.

Cleburne, Texas-President, W. A. Anderson; vice-president, Ed Smith; secretary-treasurer, George D. Dobbs; sergeant-at-arms, George Buis; executive committee, Clyde Buchanan and U. A. Anderson.

Cranbrook, B. C., Can.- President, E. H. Reed; vice-president, R. S. Garrett; secretary-treasurer, L. P. Sullivan; executive committee, F. M. Christian, P. N. Grenon and R. S. Garrett; label committee, F. J. Smyth, T. Gerard. P. N. Grenon and R. S. Garrett; auditing committee, E. H. Reed, F. M. Christian, P. N. Grenon.

Du Bois, Pa.- President, Walter Clark; vicepresident, Lloyd Shetler; secretary-treasurer, Ferman Spencer; auditing committee, W. Clark, T. Cooper and F. Spencer.

Findlay, Ohio-President, Frank Mertz; vicepresident, Chester Miller; corresponding secretary, William Howe; financial secretary, J. A. Spangler; sergeant-at-arms, J. Z. Kemerer.

Fort Worth, Texas-President, C. A. Burton; vice-president, Charles L. Stowe, jr.; recording secretary, J. L. Crosby; secretary-treasurer, R. W. Walker; sergeant-at-arms, Al Cooley; board of directors, A. F. Cannon, George C. Martin, Will Hatchett, F. U. Graver, E. D, Shelton; committee on laws, E. E. Egan, . Malcolm Brown, O. R. Wood; delegates to trades assembly, R. E. Speer, C. W. Woodman, F. L. Naugle; auditing committee, B. Frazier, S. S. Carpenter, W. E. Langston; delegates to allied printing trades council, R. W. Walker, Charles L. Stowe, jr., Ed Williams.

Glens Falls, N. Y.-President, I. C. Forte; vice-president, R. K. O'Connor; secretary-treasurer, George H. Ricketts; recording secretary, Charles C. Guy; auditors, Bunnell L. Burnett, D. W. Murdock; sergeant-at-arms, George W. Dean.

Kingston, Ont., Can.-President, James C. Bennett; vice-president, H. B. Wightman; secretary. treasurer, A. Blomeley; recording secretary, Fred Crozier; sergeant-at-arms, B. J. Derry.

New Castle, Pa.-President, John F. Quinn; vice-president, Joseph Moroney; financial secretary, Philip S. Evans; recording secretary, Elmer F. Engle; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Johnston; trustees, William Wolford, James Jackamo and Oliver Rodgers; chairman of label committee, P. S. Evans.

Niagara Falls. N. 1.-President, James McGarigle; vice-president. William R. Green; recording secretary, F. M. IIallett; financial secretary, M. II. Ohmann; treasurer, Charles Storms; sergeant-atarms, Hiram Moshier; membership committee, Wil. liam Stuck, Louis Baum, Charles Storms; allied trades delegates, Charles Storms, Louis Baum. Ed Welch: trades and labor delegates, F. M. Hallett, J. J. Nichols, John J. Dwyer.

Ogden, Utah-President, E. A. Gregory; vicepresident, J. H. Randall; secretary treasurer, J. T. Gould; sergeant-at-arms, A. M. Wilcox.

San Jose, Cal.-President, A. S. Howe; vicepresident and chairman executive committee, Charles H. Thomas; secretary.treasurer, J. W. Bowman; sergeant-at-arms, M. I. O'Brien; delegates to allied printing trades council, Ross Cushing, A. S. IIowe and M. J. O'Brien; delegates to federated trades, R. L. Telfers, J. W. Bowman, M. J. O'Brien, A. S. Howe and R. Russell.

Springfield, Mo.-President, J. M. Stevens; vicepresident, Thomas Carpenter; recording secretary, Lena M. Sargent; financial secretary, George A. Bauman; treasurer, D. B. Morgan; sergeant-atarms, Joe Phillips; executive committee, Thomas Carpenter, chairman; G. H. Collins, George .

AMERICAN OLD AGE PENSIONS. At the meeting of the American Federation of Labor the question of securing old age pension legislation from congress has received some attention, and a bill providing for the establishment of an industrial “home guard" has been drawn. It is realized that our constitutional system presents serious if not insuperable obstacles to such direct and frank old age pension legislation as has been enacted in England and is proposed in France. But there are those who believe that in some indi. rect way a pension system for industrial veterans may be established.

While this matter is being considered by organ. ized labor the federal government is studying the problem of superannuation in the civil service, and Secretary Vacl'eagh intimates that he will have some pension suggestions to make in his first report. States and municipalities are wrestling with pension problems for civil employes, either designed to extend existing systems or else to cover new classes of employes.

As regards private or quasi-public industry, the old age pension movement is steadily and by no means slowly gaining ground without the spur of legislation. The New York Central Lines, it is announced, are about to put into effect an old age pension system for all of their employes that reach the age of 70. Manufacturing companies, banks and other concerns have adopted the pension fea. ture as a guaranty of greater efficiency and zeal. Security for old age after a life of honest industry is as necessary as it is just, and where legislation is out of the question self-interest and breadth of mind should lead to practical measures for such security on a voluntary basis.

The conversion of the New York Central Lines is significant. Who will come next?--Chicago Record-Herald.

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ART IN PRINTING. In the field of industrial education there has been no greater success than has attended the effort of the International Typographical Union to apply art principles to typography. It is done by correspondence, and an enrollment of more than one thousand students within a period of nineteen months, and booklet recently issued by the union's educational committee, proves the success of the effort. It shows that under the influence of this instruction the compositor can broaden the field for his artistic ability and increase his earning capacity. Owing to liberal expenditures from the union's general fund, the course is on a nonprofitable basis, and no printer who desires to shine at his chosen vocation can afford to ignore it.-Richmond (Va.) Journal.

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SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT.

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

The following is a report of the receipts and expenditures from October 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. Oct. 20. Balance general fund.... $85,259 16 Oct. 20. Balance old age pension fund. 207,502 45 1, Indianapolis-For bal. Sept. and Oct.

185 40 For balance September nd October pension assessment.

193 24 2, Philadelphia--For Sept. and Oct... 791 55

For September and October pen-
sion assessment

500 99 For supplies....

65 00 3, Cincinnati-For October.

246 60 For arrears eight-hour assessment.

I 2 90 For October pension assessment.. 213 91 4, Albany-For October..

191 70 For October pension assessment... 142 20 For Journal subscriptions..

36 бо 5, Columbus--For October..

120 60 For October pension assessment... 119 36 6, New York-For October..

2,790 00 For October pension assessment... 2,904 08 7, Pittsburg--For October.

240 30 For October pension assessment... 184 53 For Journal subscriptions..

2 40 8, St. Louis-For October.

526 50 For October pension assessment... 564 89 9, Buffalo-For October..

155 70 For October pension assessment.

116 23 10, Louisville - For October..

112 50 For October pension assessment... For twenty Journals..

100 11, Memphis-For October..

84 60 For October pension assessment. 98 60 12, Baltimore-For October..

225 00 For October pension assessment...

226 37 For donation to Home..

25 00 For supplies...

100 13, Boston-For October.

288 00 For October pension assessment.

671 25 For Journal subscriptions...

For supplies..... 14, Harrisburg-For October.

49 50 For October pension assessment.. 15, Rochester-For October..

65 70 For October pension assessment.. 48 89 16, Chicago--For October....

1,502 10 For arrears eight-hour assessment. 17 07 For October pension assessment... 1,465 44 For pension returned account Jo

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For supplies.. 17, New Orleans-For October.

167 85 For October pension assessment.. 18, Detroit-For October..

155 70 For October pension assessment.

183 26 19, Elmira- For October..

24 75 For part Oct. pension assessment..

8 60 20, Nashville-For October..

99 45 For October pension assessment...

93 00 For supplies...

150 21, San Francisco-For October..

434 25 For arrears eight-hour assessment. I 95

For October pension assessment... 460 95 22, Dubuque-For October.

24 30 For October pension assessment.

19 00 For supplies....

5 00 23, Milwaukee-For October..

165. 60 For October pension assessment...

164 60 For supplies....

24, Jackson-For October...

For October pension assessment... 25, Baton Rouge- For October..

For October pension assessment... 27, Mobile-For September..

For September pension assessment
For donation to Home.

For supplies.....
28, Galveston-For October..

For October pension assessment.

For Journal subscription.
Peoria-For October...,

For October pension assessment...

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

For October pension assessment...

For supplies... 31, Fond du Lac-For October...

For October pension assessment... 32, Norfolk-For September.

For September pension assessment 33, Providence-For October..

For October pension assessment...

For supplies... 34, Columbia-For October...

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

For October pension assessment... 36, Oakland-For October...

For October pension assessment...

For Journal subscriptions.... 37, Honolulu--For Oct. pension ass'm't 39, Grand Rapids-For October...

For October pension assessment.. 40, St. Joseph-For October...

For pt. October pension assessment 41, Augusta--For October........

For October pension assessment... 42, Minneapolis-For October..

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

For October pension assessment. 44, Rome--For September and October.

For Sept. and Oct. pension ass'm't 46, Sacramento-For October..

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

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

For October pension assessment... 49, Denver-For October...

For October pension assessment.. 51, Lawrence-For August and October

For Aug. and Oct. pension as'm't 52, Troy-For October.

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

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

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

For donation to Home.
For October pension assessment...

For supplies..
56, Stockton-For October..

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

For October pension assessment...

For supplies... 58, Multnomah-For October.

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

For October pension assessment.. 60, Roanoke-For October...

For October pension assessment... 61, Cambridge-For October...

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

For donation to Home.
For October pension assessment...

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63, Toledo-For October......

$101 25 For arrears 8-hour assessment.... 13 21

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

20 25 For October pension assessment... 13 70 65, Washoe-For October....

9 90 For October pension assessment...

4 00 66, Portland-For October...

37 35 For October pension assessment... 67, Lockport-For October..

For October pension assessment.. 68, Keokuk-For October..

945 For October pension assessment... 5 92 69, Newark-For September...

For September pension assessment 7 00 70, Lancaster-For October...

4 05 For October pension assessment... 45 71, Trenton-For October..

51 75 For October pension assessment.. 4131 72, Lansing-For September ang Oct... 65 70

For Sept. and Oct. pension as'ment 4100 73, Ottumwa-For October..

10 80 For donation to Home.

I 00 For October pension assessment...

4 20 75, Burlington For October..

15 30 For October pension assessment... 14 93 76, Terre Haute-For September...

40 50 For September pension assessment 24 22 77, Erie-For October..

37 35 For October pension assessment.. 32 51 For supplies..

50 78, Fort Wayne-For October.

31 95 For October pension assessment... 30 52 For supplies...

3 00 79, Wheeling-For Oct. pension as'm't. 39 33 For donation to Home.

47 50 80, Kansas City-For October

207 00 For October pension assessment..

192 63 For supplies...

50 81, Bay City-For October.

17 10 For bal. Oct. pension assessment.. 82, Colorado Springs--For October..

34 20 For October pension assessment... 37 45 84, San Bernardino-For October.

13 50 For October pension assessment...

10 80 85, St. John-For September..

31 50 For September pension assessment

2009 86, Reading-For October..

45 45 For October pension assessment... 30 34 For supplies...

50 87, Houston--For October..

74 70 For October pension assessment...

83 30 88, Hannibal-For October...

8 10 For part Oct. pension assessment.. 5 05 90, Richmond-For October...

56 25 For October pension assessment.. 91, Toronto-For October...

458 00 For arrears eight-hour assessment. For donation to Home.

50 00 For October pension assessment... 287 68 92, Little Rock-For October.

For October pension assessment.. 93, Macon-For October..

20 25 For October_pension assessment.. 15 74 94, Jersey City-For October.

45 90 For October pension assessment.

50 98 For supplies...

30 00 95, Helena-For October.... For October pension assessment...

26 20 96, Glens Falls-For October..

15 30 For October pension assessment... For supplies..

5 20 97, Peru-Foro September...

For September pension assessment 3 30 99, Jackson--For October..

17 10 For October pension assessment... 17 12 100, Norwich-For October..

14 40 For October pension assessment... 12 44 101, Columbia-For October...

835 45 For arrears eight-hour assessment.

178 50 For October pension assessment... 850 05 For supplies...

6 00 102, Ottawa-For October..

For October pension assessment. 49 50 103, Newark-For October...

153 00 For October pension assessment... 158 72 104, Birmingham--For October.....

53 55 For October pension assessment... 57 50

105, Goldfield-For October.......

For October pension assessment... 106, Madison-For October..

For October pension assessment. 107, Tri-City-For October...

Journal subscription..

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

For October pension assessment 111, Knoxville--For September and Oct.

For Sept. and Oct. pension as'ment

For supplies..... 112, Scranton-For October..

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

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

For October pension assessment... 115, Salt Lake--For October..

For October pension assessment.. 116, Kenosha-For October...

For October pension assessment. 117, Springfield-For October..

For October pension assessment. 118, Des Moines-for October.

For October pension assessment.. 119, Jefferson City-For Sept. and Oct..

For Sept. and Oct. pension as'ment
For donation to Home.

For supplies.....
120, Lynn-For September...

For September pension assessment 121, Topeka-For September...

For September pension assessment
Journal subscriptions.

For supplies.... 122, Kalamazoo-For September and Oct.

For Sept. and Oct. pension as'ment

For supplies... 123, Wilmington-For October..

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

For donation to Home.

For October pension assessment. 125, Durham-For September and Oct...

For Sept. and Oct. pension as’ment 126, Butte-For October...

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For October pension assessment. 131, New York Bohemian-For part Nov.

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For supplies... 134, Paducah-For October.

For October pension assessment. 135, Oneonta-For October and Nov....

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