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Des Moines No. 118—M. B. Stine, $16;

Terrence Cavenaugh: $12.pi Kalamazoo No. 122--C. A. Black. Hartford No. 127–E. P. Miller, $16; J.

S. Ryan, $16; C. E. Crittenden, $16;

J. R. Johnston, $4.... Halifax No. 130-J. G. Brunt, $16; Al

exander West, $16.... Duluth No. 136-Charles Archer. Austin No. 138—E. A. Hicks, $16; C. E.

McLaughlin, $12...... Stratford No. 139-J. P. Conway.. Jacques-Cartier No. 145—Isidore Lussier Charleston No. 146–J. T. S. Perry.. Elizabeth No. 150-E. K. Drake. Jacksonville No. 162-A. B. Camplejohn. Schenectady No. 167--Augustine Martin,

$12; F. H. Haskins, $12... New Albany No. 1694-E. F. Catley.. San Antonio No. 172--John McHugo, sr.,

$16; J. J. Johnson, $16... Dallas No. 173–J. C. Jones.. Los Angeles No. 174-II. S. Walters,

$16; F. B. Colver, $16; J. U. Ballard,

$16 Montreal No. 176-John Bradley, $16;

David Smith, $12... Springfield No. 177--T. S. Pinckard, $16;

J. H. Alley, $12.. Sioux City No. 180—Samuel Wilson. Meadville No. 181-J. T. McCoy. Savannah No. 183-W. H. H. Young.. Omaha No. 190-William Fowler, $16;

W. C. Ellis, $16..... Cedar Rapids No. 192—T. J. Metcalf. Logansport No. 196-J. R. Moore. Zanesville No. 199-R. J. Russell.. Youngstown No. 200—W. S. Stigleman.. Bluff City No. 203–J. M. Holaday. Columbus No. 220-J. W. Lewis. San Jose No. 231—H. P. MacKenna. Woonsocket No. 245-F. E. Kelly. Quebec No. 302—Sam Perreault... Orange No. 424--W. M. Hamler.. Ennis No. 641-T. J. Pritchett. Philadelphia German-American No.

Julius Erdmann Cincinnati German-American No. 2— Wil

liam Geiger St. Louis German-American No. 3

George Odenbach, $16; John Voit, $16 Cleveland German-American No. 6—Mat

Barbian New York German-American No. 7-Gus.

tav E. Arbor, $16; Otto Delle, $16; Siegfried Oestreich, $16; Amandus Pfundt, $16; Ignatz Regen, $16; F. J.

Hradecky, $16.....
Chicago German-American No. 9--Robert

Freund
Milwaukee German-American No.

Valentine Burkhard
Baltimore German-American No. 11-

Henry Norwig...
Belleville German-American No. 18

Charles Stieler

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8446. Georgetown No. 666-Charles Reynolds

$75 00 8447. Omaha No. 190–C. E. Grimes.

75 00 8.448. Ottawa No. 265-P. J. Dougherty. 75 00 8449. Dallaş No. 173-J. S. McGill..

75 00 8450. Indianapolis No. 1-R. B. Gordon.

75 00 8451. York No. 242--W. H. Stallman...

75 00 8452. Raleigh No. 54- Ed H. Lewellyn..

75 00 8453. Oklahoma City No. 283-J. B. Addis

75 00 8454. Chicago No. 16-W. T. Moore.

75 00 8455. Chicago No. 16—W. F. Pagett... 75 00 8456. Chicago No. 164G. O. Wright... 75 00 8457. Columbia No. 101- Ella M. Heness

75 00 8458. Racine No. 324-William Mraz...

75 00 8459. Pekin No. 591-J. F. Kessler....

75 00 8460. Winnipeg No. 191—John Adams... 75 00 8461. Wilkes · Barre No. 187--M. F. Kearney

75 00 8462. Philadelphia No. 2-H. T. Jamie

75 00 8463. New York No. 6–J. W. Connolly. 75 00 8464. New York No. 6—James Degnan..

75 00 8465. New York No. 6-1. S. Green.....

75 00 8466. New York No. 6— Michael Huges..

75 00 8467. New York No. 6-Sarsfield Kerwin

75 00 8468. New York No. 6—Patrick Scully..

75 00 8469. New York No. 6--R. C. Sharp....

75 00 8470. New York No. 6-J. L. Welch.

75 00 8471. New York No. 6-H. E. Ward....

75 00 8472. Dubuque No. 22 D. D. W. Carver

75 00 8473. Des Moines No. 118-Edward Travis

75 00 8474. New York Mailers No. 6-Gus Leonard

75 00 8475. Columbia No. 101-W. A. Dodge..

75 00 8476. Columbia No. 101-J. L. Clendenin

75 00 8177. Omaha No. 190–George Bruning..

75 00 8478. Chicago No. 16-J. M. Campbell...

75 00 Total

$32,5 47 SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS. General fund....

.$16,298 30 Home fund..

7,566 80 Old age pension fund.

19,738 21 Total

. $43,603 31 SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES. Defense expenses and benefits..

$6,269 02 Burial benefits..

3,675 00 General expenses...

4,018 47 Typographical Journal expenses.

2,700 18 Home fund-Transferred to treasurer..

7,566 80 Old age pension fund...

8,300 00 Total

. $32,529 47 RECAPITULATION. Balance on hand October

20, 1909, general fund, $85,259.16; old age

pension fund, $207,502.45..... . $292,761 61 Receipts to November 20, 1909.

43,603 31 Total

$336,364 92 Expenditures

32.529 47

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BURIAL BENEFITS. 8430. Seattle No. 202-W. L. Eaton. 8431. Denver No. 49-W. C. Waters.. 8432. Chicago No. 16– Thomas McEvoy. 8433. Chicago No. 16- Joseph O'Connor. 8434. Boston Mailers No. 1-E. J. Maho

ney 8435. Stamford No. 503--H. S. Bilyeu.. 8436. Eau Claire No. 558-Eugene Sulli8437. Columbia No. 101-I. M. Israel.. 8438. Columbia No. 101--E. A. Balso. 8439. Tri-City No. 107-R. M. Hackett.. 8440. Cincinnati No. 3—W. F. Douglas.. 8441. Chicago No. 16--John Halloran. 8442. Chicago No. 16-Č. F. Sheldon.... 8443. Trenton No. 71--A. E. Benjamin.. 8444. Cedar Rapids No. 192-). H. Brown 8445. Berlin No. 640-F. G. Jackson.....

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A GALE of wind blew down a section of the Postum plant in Windsor-at least that is the local verdict, but The News hardly expects Mr. Post, with his peculiar bent of mind, to agree that nat ural causes could militate against him. He seems to know that all the evil in the world is cunningly organized for the purpose of destroying public benefactors of great wealth or injuring them if it can not destroy. Therefore the natural postum presumption would be that if the immediate aggressor was a high wind, the emanation was from a labor organization, for these often have windy sessions of considerable violence.- Detroit News.

MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., November 20, 1909. In compliance with section 3, article v, of the by-laws, the following is published:

GENERAL FUND, Balance on hand October 20, 1909...... $85,259 16 Receipts to date....

16,298 30 Total

$101,557 46 Expenditures

16,662 67

118 27

575 16

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ASSETS.
Capital Nat'l Bank deposit... $13,660 47
Columbia Nat'l Bank deposit 12,252 20
Fletcher Nat'l Bank deposit. 6,125 81
German-American Trust Co.
deposit

20,000 00
Indiana Nat'l Bank deposit. 12,170 92
Union Nat'l Bank deposit... 15,248 84
Deposited with postoffice.... 225 00
Cash on hand..

211 55 Loan to United Hatters..... 5,000 00 Total

$84,894 79 OLD AGE PENSION FUND. Balance on hand October 20, 1909.... $207,502 45 Receipts to date...

19,738 21 Total

- $227,240 66 Expenditures

8,300 00 Balance

. $218,940 66

22 42

8 00

4 80

278 75

8 25

6 30

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Nov, 20. Cash from secretary-treasurer
I. T. U....

$7,566 80 Total

. $31,350 59 EXPENDITURES. Puffer-Tucker Mercantile Co.-Groceries $219 99 Shields-Morley Grocery Co.-Groceries.. 0. E. Hemenway-Fruits, vegetables and meats

275 97 Ira J. Morse-Fruits and vegetables..

261 13 Seldomridge Grain Co.-Flour, hay and

grain Colorado Springs Creamery Co.-Butter.

154 38 National Commission Co.--Fish and poultry

113 42 Colorado Packing and Provision Co.Meats

462 76 May Clothing Co.-Clothing.

353 77 T. E. Manning-Shoe repairs.

7 00 Gardner Shoe Co.-Shoes.

20 15 Ide Brothers-Collars

47 52 Model Shirt Co.-Shirts.

121 50 Robinson Drug Co.-Ice cream, drugs and hospital supplies..

IO3 50 Tudor Coal Co.-Coal. Union Ice and Coal Co.-Ice and coal. 36 01 Colorado Springs Electric Co.-Lights for October.

84 08 Kaufman & Co.-Dry goods. Kindel Bedding and Renovating Co.

Feathers
Perkins Crockery Co.-Dishes.
Out West Printing Co.-Book cases and

office supplies
Tucker Furniture Co.- Model beds.
Hext Music Co.-Tuning piano..

3 00 Weber. Cycle and Supply Co.-Victrola repairs

3 00 Standard Electric Co.-Electrical supplies, labor and lamps.

381 26 A. J. Harlan-Photographs. McRay & Son-Tobacco for residents... Prompt Printery Co.-Printing, stationery and rebinding books...

96 25 Zimmerman Supply Co.-Carbon paper... John Jones-Shoeing horses..

3 50 Carrick Harness and Carriage Co.--Har.

ness repairs Colorado Springs Laundry Co.- Laundry 38 50 Colorado Telephone Co.--'Phone rent to December 1 ....

II 20 Postal Telegraph Co.-October messages. A. B. Baker-Dentistry.. F. G. Hayner-Repairing spectacles and clock

5 00 Northfield Land and Water Co.-Water rent to January 1, 1910...

125 00 Lowell-Meservey Hardware Co.-Building hardware

54 63 E. M. Portner-Carpenter work.

130 00 S. M. Duncan— Painting..

291 15 Fish & Co.- Bake oven..

1,100 00 Colorado AllMetal Weather Strip Co.Lavatory metile

150 00 Denver Mantle and Tile Co.-Kitchen tile

1,400 00 Hill Brick and Tile Co.-Brick.

10 20 Kester & Robbins-Metal ceilings and galvanized iron work..

500 00 Houston Lumber Co.-Lumber.

258 52 Newton Lumber Co.-Lumber..

451 75 Argust Bros.-Plumbing material and la

bor Kohler Tent and Awning Co.-Canvas...

62 50 Kettering Mercantile Co.-Cooling room.

400 00 Blakeslee & Co.-Dishwasher.. James M. Lynch-October salary....... 33 34 J. W. Hays-October salary..

33 34 Thomas F. Crowley-Postage from March 1, 1907, to November 1, 1909..

12 50 Charles Deacon-October salaries Home employes

1,479 00 Charles Deacon-Yeast, $5.40: freight on

collars, $2.58; freight on shirts, $4.90; miscellaneous furnishings, $1.30; boiler repairs, $8.55; general repairs, $276.31;

3 00

ASSETS. Fletcher National Bank deposit..... $61,940 66 Merchants' National Bank deposit.. 25,000 00 Columbia National Bank deposit..

29,000 00 Union National Bank deposit..

16,000 00 Capital National Bank deposit...

17,000 00 Marion Trust Co. deposit..

50,000 00 German-American Trust Co., deposit... 20,000 00 Total .....

•$218,940 66 UNION PRINTERS HOME FUND. Balance on hand October 20, 1909...... $.... Receipts to date..

7,566 80 Total

7,566 80 Transferred to secretary-treasurer Home fund

7,566 80

4 60

2 21 20 00

Balance

J. W. Hays,

Secretary-Treasurer. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., November 20, 1909. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1909. Witness my hand and notarial seal. (SEAL) ALBERT SMITH, Notary Public.

My commission expires August 19, 1912.

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16. I. T. U. pensions... 16. C. C. Hoyt, Agent-Transportation

George Copeland
16. Cash for Labor-General repairs:

W. P. Moffatt-Carpenter.
Henry Parks --Carpenter
J. Mearns--Stonemason
Bert Snow-Laborer

John Deitrich --Laborer 20. C. C. Hoyt, Agent-- Transportation

George W. Wooster.... 20. Mary Peterson-Dishwasher 22. A. E. Ford, Igent-Freight on shirts 23. I. T. U. pensions... 23. Cash for Labor-General repirs:

H. Parks-Carpenter
J. Mearns-Stonemason
Bert Snow-Laborer

John Deitrich-Laborer
30. Cash for Labor-General repairs:

John Deitrich-Laborer 30. I. T. U. pensions.. 30. Ide Bros.-Freight on collars. 30. J. W. Hays-Sale of grease. 30. Charles Deacon-Sundries as follows:

Boxes
Casters
Slate for barber.
Express
Postals
Affidavit
Sharpening meat saw..
Want ads.
Street car tickets
Freight on disinfectant.

freight on disinfectant, 79c; pensions to inmates, $305; transportations, Messrs. Myles, James, La Chance, Ilyde, Copeland and Wooster, $221.60; balance October salaries to Home employes, $15.67; photograph tent, $2.50; sharpening meat saw, 250; affidavit, 650; want ads, 40c; postals, 50c; expressage, 70c; car tickets, errands and funerals, $6

$853 10 Library Addition-Labor, $701.98; sand,

$4; rent, horse and wagon, $8.8o; door hangers and expressage, $18.15; express on oven parts, $2.65; freight on dishwasher, $31.11; Charles Deacon, expenses to Denver

account

dishwasher, $13.75

780 44 Total

.$13,319 87 RECAPITULATION. Balance in fund October 20, 1909...... . $23,735 67 Receipts to November 23, 1909...

7,614 92 Total

.$31,350 59 Expenditures

13,319 87 Balance

..$18,030 72 The balance reported consists of $16,418.45 on deposit with the American National Bank, Indianapolis, and $1,612.27 in the hands of Superintendent Deacon, the expenditure of which is yet to be reported. The sum in the hands of the superintendent includes $817.26 advanced to pay for the construction expenses of the library addition to the Home. Respectfully submitted,

J. W. HAYS,

Secretary-Treasurer. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., November 23, 1909. State of Indiana, County of Marion, ss:

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23d day of November, 1909. Witness my hand and notarial seal. (SEAL! ALBERT Smith, Notary Public.

My commission expires August 19, 1912.

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SUPERINTENDENT DEACON'S CASH AC.

COUNT FOR OCTOBER, 1909. October.

RECEIPTS. 1. Balance

$148 11 14. J. W. Hays-Current expenses..

500 00 25. J. W. Hays--Current expenses.

500 00 25. Colorado Hide and Tallow Co.-Sale

of grease...
Total

. $1,156 75 October.

EXPENDITURES. 2. Cash for Labor-General repairs: J. Mearns-Stonemason

33 00 R. A. Ostlund-Cement. J. Burns-(ement

I 200 C. Brooks-Cement.

12 00 J. M. Leslie-Cement.

20 00 S. Dawson-Carpenter

2 00 Bert Snow-Laborer

13 75 John Deitrich-Laborer 2. I. T. U. pensions...

63 00 7. The Fleischmann Yeast Co.-Yeast.. 5 40 7. R. R. Bingham-One photo tent.... 2 50 8. Charles N. Wheeler-- Bricklayer.. 8. Charles C. Hoyt. Agent-Transportation Charles R. Myles...

45 85 9. Cash for General Repairs -D. McIntosh-Carpenter

8 00 J. Mearns-Stonemason Bert Snow--Laborer

I 2 50 9. I. T. U. pensions..

63 00 9. C. C. Hoyt, Agent- Transportation C. B. James

17 30 13. C. C. HovtAgent–Transportation

John LaChance 13. C. C. Hovt, Agent-Transportation W. II. Ilyde..

51 90

Total

.$1,597 70 October.

EXPENDITURES. 2. Payroll-Week ending Oct. 1. $230 93 5. C. II. Phillips, Agent-Sand. 4 00 9. Payroll--Week ending Oct. 8. 177 68 9. James Long-Rent horse and wagon

7 20 Rent wagon

I 60 12. W. W. Cowen-Door hangers. 13 90 Expressage

4 25 16. Payroll-Week ending Oct. 15 89 05 19. C. W. Smith Transfer and

Storage (0.-Freight and
hauling dishwasher...

31 II 22. United States Express Co.

Expressage on oven... 2 65 23. Payroll-Week ending Oct. 22

92 63 25. Charles Deacon--Expense to Denver and return...

13 75 30. Payroll--Week ending Oct. 29 III 69

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Gain has oft with treacherous hopes led men to ruin.-Sophocles.

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KIND words are the music of the world.-F. W. Faber.

Parsons, T. C., 210 P street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

Pettipiece, R. P., 421 Eleventh avenue, East, Vancouver, B. C.

Rust, F. A., care Labor Temple, Seattle, Wash. Sims, Ned, 103 Twelith st., Wheeling, W. la.

Stevenson, R. J., 68 Sullivan street, Toronto, Ont., Can,

Thompson, Clifford, box 504, Charleston, S. C. Wardiaw, W. S., box 266, Atlanta, Ga. Woodman, C. W., box 437, Fort Worth, Texas.

TRADE DISTRICT UNIONS. Mailers' Trade District Ur ion-Secretary, Rob. ert T. Allen, box 1817, Boston, Mass.

SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATION. International Commission on Supplemental Education-A. II. McQuilkin, Chicago, Ill.; William B. Prescott, Chicago, Ill.; Robert E. Darnaby, Indianapolis, Ind.

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ALLIED PRINTING TRADES COUNCILS.

INTERNATIONAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION.

Headquarters—Rooms 640-650 Newton Claypool building. Indianapolis, Ind. Long Distance Telephone-- President, Main 2885; secretary, Main 2886.

GENERAL OFFICERS. President-James M. Lynch, Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

First Vice-President-George A. Tracy, room 122 Investors' building, Fourth and Market streets, San Francisco, Cal.

Second Vice-President-Hugo Miller, Newton Claypool building. Indianapolis, Ind.

Third Vice-President-Charles N. Smith, 1947 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Secretary-Treasurer-J. W. Hays, Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

TRUSTEES UNION PRINTERS HOME.

President-James M. Lynch, Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

Vice-President-Thomas McCaffery, West Boulder street, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Secretary-Treasurer--J. W. Hays, Newton Clay. pool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

L. C. Shepard, 209 Terrace avenue, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Anna C. Wilson, 1344 Vermont avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C.

Thomas F. Crowley, 12 Hulbert block, Cincinnati, Ohio.

T. D. Fennessy, 831 North Wilson avenue, Alhambra, Cal.

Agent-George P. Nichols, 535 North Carrollton avenue, Baltimore, Md. DELEGATES TO FEDERATION OF LABOR.

James M. Lynch, Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

Frank Morrison, 801-809 G street, N. W., Washington, D. C.

Max S. Hayes, 979 Parkwood drive, Cleveland, Ohio.

Hugh Stevenson, 176 McPherson avenue, Toronto, Ont. T. W. McCullough, 2028 Maple st., Omaha, Neb.

ORGANIZERS. Ackerman, N. D., 109 West First street, Joplin, Baker, John, box 400, Helena, Mont. Birdsall, F. C., box 681, Denver, Colo. Brady, B. G., 208 Minor bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Brown, Charles S., 637 Norwood ave., Toledo, O. Daly, Will, 757 Missouri avenue, Portland, Ore. Devereux, J. C., jr., 915 Thomas street, St. Paul, Minn.

Dodge, Frank H., Reaves bleg., Little Rock, Ark. Dolan, T. H., 6 Terrace street. Pittsburg, Pa.

Eichhorn, Theodore, 234 West Twenty-third street, Erie, Pa.

Fisher, K. S., box 794, Omaha, Neb. Gibbons, Jos. P., 1331 Monsey ave., Scranton, Pa. Harper, R. L., box u12. Jacksonville, Fla. Hayes, Max S., 979 Parkwood Drive, Cleveland, Ohio.

Hill, Albert E., 335% Third avenue, north, Nashville, Tenn.

Kinskey, C. E., 6 Chapin hlock, Buffalo, N. Y.

McLernon, W. E., 508 Union Trust building, Los Angeles, Cal.

McLoughlin, J. E., 616-618 World building. New York city, or 1271 Bushwick ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

Maloney, R. S., 31 Bennington street, Lawrence, Vass.

Mitchell, George E., 478 Twelfth avenue, San Francisco, Cal.

Nelson, C. W., 8914 Gottingen street, Halifax, N. S., Can.

Mo.

LIST OF SECRETARIES. Akron, Ohio—George Harding, 528 E. Buchtel av. Albany, N. Y.--Jos. Lederer, 2 Myrtle avenue. Atchison, Kan.-G. W. Mesigh, 1019 Ash street. Atlanta, Ga.-E. L. Parham, 121/2 North Broad. Atlantic City, N. J.-Frank Kay, 7 Illinois avenue. Baltimore, Md.-R. A. Williamson, 100 N. Paca st. Baton Rouge, La.-A. M. Kahn, care Daily State. Battle Creek, Mich.-Geo. Wilson, 16 Howard st. Belleville, I11.-Andrew Schwarz, care St. Clair

Printing Company. Bellingham, Wash.-E. Hofercamp, 1918 Forest. Binghamton, N. Y.-Allen Griggs, 37 Leroy street. Birmingham, Ala.-C. C. Hudson, 2121 First ave. Bloomington, Ill.-L. C. Spurgin, 604 West Nill st. Boise, Idaho-F. J. Clayton, 1410 Sherman ave. Boston, Mass.-D. J. McDonald, 543 Old South

building. Brockton, Mass.-W. W. Adams, 47 W. Rosseter. Buffalo, N. Y.-Joseph S. Wild, care William

Graser, 107 East Eagle street. Butte, Mont.-Edw. Kilfeather, Miner job office. Cedar Rapids, Iowa-R. G. Stewart, care Tribune. Charleston, S. C.-Clifford Thompson, box 504. Chattanooga, Tenn.-W. W. Mee, 809 Georgia ave. Chicago, Ill.-L. P. Straube, room 520, 275 La

Salle street. Cincinnati, Ohio-Frank E. Bell, room 14, Bavaria

building, northeast corner Court and Walnut. Cleveland, Ohio-S. S. Hester, 23 Blackstone bldg. Colorado Springs, Colo.-C. J. Haase, box 1003. Columbus, Ohio-W. E. Bird, 318 Eberly block. Coshocton, Ohio--C. W. Carpenter, 328 S. Ninth st. Dallas, Texas-2. M. Duckwortli, room II, 401

Main. Decatur, 111.-F. W. Ritter, 305 South Peake st. Denver. Colo.--T. A. Conkle, box 1447. Des Moines, Iowa-Charles Tillotson, 614 Maple

street. Detroit, Mich.-Charles A. Langlois, 281 John R

street, Duluth, Minn.-E. T. Hughes, care News-Tribune. East Liverpool, Ohio-M. S. Cemer, care Betz

Printing Company. Elgin. I11.-M. Rosenheim, care Courier. Elizabeth, N. J.-L. B. Mathews, 561 East Third

avenue, Roselle, N. J. Enid. Okla.--HI. A. Breitenstein, 503 Chamber of

Commerce building. Erie, Pa.-Edward Roth, 432 E. Twelfth st. Evansville. Ind.-Leo E. Weiss, 1832 E. Oregon st. Everett, Wash.-T. S. Blackford, 3802 Colby ave. Fall River, Mass.-D. F. Shea, 455 Peckham st. Fargo, N. D.-- Robert Reid, 1310 Third ave., N. Fort Wayne, Ind.-II. Yaryan, 1326 Cass st.

Fort Worth, Texas-R. W. Walker, box 167:
Fostoria, Ohio-Chas. E. Scharf, 353 W. High st.
Fresno, Cal.--Ray W. Baker, bex 714.
Galveston, Texas--James P. Walsh, care Hunter

& Finck. Grand Rapids, Mich.-C. B. Waddell, 36 South

Division street. Hartford, Conn.-S. T. Pfund, box 856. Helena, Mont.-Waldemar Stein, box 864. Houston, Texas-H. T. Tyner, 3104 Milam. Indianapolis, Ind.---G. E. Haines, 646 Newton

Claypool building. Jackson, Mich.-J. C. Welch, 512 W. Wilkins st. Jackson, Miss.-B. W. Waide, care Tucker Print

ing Company. Jacksonville, Fla.-A. W. Grooms, 32 East For.

syth, Flat 5. Jamestown, N. Y.-J. B. Leach, 16 East Fourth st. Jefferson City, Mo.-Ed, Finke, 816 Madison st. Joliet, Ill.-A. J. Becker, 526 Lime street. Joplin, Mo.-M. H. Gardner, 510 Gray ave. Kansas City, Mo.-Wm. Robertson, 1012 Locust st. Knoxville, Tenn.-M. J. Breen, 117 South Gay. Lafayette, Ind.-R. B. Shaw, 605 S. Nineteenth st. Leavenworth, Kan.- William J. Knight, care Even

ing Post. Lincoln, Neb.-J. H. Brooks, 728 N. Eleventh st. Little Rock, Ark.-W. W. Wilkins, 612 State st. Los Angeles, Cal.-George A. Peterson, 636 N.

Grand ave. Louisville, Ky.—John Schneider, 527 East Madi.

son street. Lowell, Mass.-Edw. Turnbull, 23 June street. Macon, Ga.-J. W. Hancock, 706 First street. Marion, Ind. —Stephen Ott, box 62. Memphis, Tenn.-M. Ed. Wright, 221 West Iowa Meriden, Conn.-T. E. Lawler, 127 Liberty. Milwaukee, Wis.—Bert W. Wedereit, 1368 Richards

street. Minneapolis, Minn.--Andrew Carlson, care Augs.

burg Ptg. Co. Mobile, Ala.-F. L. Van Horn, 105 N. Water st. Muncie, Ind.—Joseph Herdering, 916 S. Elm st. Muskogee, Okla.-L. C. Butler, care Democrat. Nashville, Tenn.-J. P. Thornley, 1121 Fourth

avenue, North. New Haven, Conn.-A. Lubinsky, 619 Congress av. Newark, N. J.-Frank J. Ostertag. 377 Bergen. New Orleans, La.- Robert J. Ames, 1677 N. Clai.

borne avenue. New York, N. Y.-Morton B. Connelly, 310 Pu.

litzer building. Niagara Falls, N. Y.-P. J. McCarthy, 810 Willow Norfolk, Va.-E. W. Gaines, Virginia Unionist. Norwalk, Ohio-L. W. DeWitt, 41 West Elm st. Oakland, Cal.-Bert A. Griffin, 534 39th st. Oklahoma City, Okla.-Charles R. Chanaberry,

room 11, 1101 West Main street. Omaha, Neb.-R. G. Hinman, box 794. Ottawa, Ont.--William C. Blount, 375 Lyon. Paterson. N. J.-B. J. McNamara, 112 Jackson st. Pawtucket, R. 1.-Laurence Anderson, 265 Martin

st., East Providence, R. I. Pensacola, Fla.—R. E. L. Cresap, box 395. Peoria, Ill.-W. S. Bush, 225 North Adams street, Philadelphia, Pa.-Robert L. Barnes, 131 North

Fifteenth street. Pittsburg, Pa.-C. Q. Lafferty, box 644. Portland, Maine-Peter J. Curran, 54 Pleasant st. Portland, Ore.-George H. Howell, care Oregonian. Providence, R. J.-C, R. Christie, 26 l'ine strect,

East Providence, R. I. Pueblo, Colo.-H. J. Tollivar, box 73. Racine, Wis.-G. A. Williams, 1205 Summit ave. Raleigh, N. C.-L. F. Alford, 125 East South st. Rahway, N. J.-Harry Gage, 43 River. Richmond, Va.-W. H. Mullen, 306 East Main st. Roanoke, Va.-Lawrence E. Nichols, care Union

Printing and Manufacturing Company. Rock Island, Ill., etc.-B. M. Strom, 1430 Seventh

avenue. Rochester, N., Y.-Robert N. Chapman, 101 Cox

building. Sacramento, Cal.-C. W. Walser, 1512 Seventh st. Salt Lake, Utalı- Jos. T. Watts, 274 A street.

San Antonio, Texas–J. D. Nordhaus, 535 South

Presa street.
San Diego, Cal. - Robert Coats, 966 Tenth street.
San Francisco, Cal.- James D. Kelly, room 122,

Investors' building, 787 Market street.
San Jose, Cal.-II. J. Young, 731 Locust.
Savannah, Ga.- Ed L. Roberts, 1411 Barnard st.
Scranton, Pa.- John J. Sweeney, 1320

North
Wyoming avenue.
Seattle, Wash.-R. M. McCullough, care Labor

Temple. Shreveport, La.-E. S. Tiffin, care Castle Printing

Company. Sioux City, Iowa-V. L. Baker, care Journal. Sioux Falls, S. D.-I. Patterson, care Journal. Spartanburg. S. C.-J. L. Sauls, care Herald. Spokane, Wash.-Max Demuth, 213 Howard st. Springfield, III.-Bert Winter, care Journal Print.

ing Company. Springheid. Mass.-W. W. Barker, care Central

Labor Union. Springfield, Mo.--George A. Bauman, 827 N.

Grant street. Springfield, Ohio-John V. Smeltzer, 530 Linden

avenue. St. Augustine, Fla.--- Tom Mclan, drawer A. St. Joseph, Mo.-John II. Berry, 623 N. Ninth st. St. Louis, Mo.-Jolin G. Warrington, room 308

Panama building. St. Paul, Minn.-J. E. Corcoran, 404-406 Court

block. Stockton, Cal.-W. E. Court, 1430 South Center st. Syracuse, N. Y.-J. J. Houck, 426 Bastable block. Tacoma, Wash.--G. E. Riggins, room 5, 110572 A st. Tampa, Fla.-H. H. Regener, box 473. Toledo, Ohio-Ilarry T. Batch, box 17. Toronto, Ont.-Wm. H. Walker, 602 Givens st. Trenton, N. J.-Warren M. Erwin, 458 West Han.

over street. Tulsa, Okla.-Charles Putnam, box 1446. Utica, N. Y.-P. E. Kelley, care Dispatch. Vancouver, B. C., Can.--A. Ward, 932 Smythe st. Victoria, B. C., Can.-H. M. Diggon, 778 Hill st. Waco, Texas-J. L. McDonald, box 216. Walla Walla, Wash.-C. W. Gillingham, box 297. Washington, D. C.--Elmer Johnson, 2009 Flagler

street, N. W. Waterbury, Conn.-L. H. Baker, 48 Center st. Watertown, N. Y.-C. M. Burnett, care Reunion. Wheeling, W. Va.-E. M. Pierce, 66 Fifteenth st. Winnipex, Man., Can.--R. J. Prendergast, 455

Cumberland avenue. Worcester, Mass.-P. H. Beahn. 7 Preston. Youngstown, Ohio, Benjamin Evans, 108 Market. Zanesville, Ohio-Roy W. Hocking, 753 Zane st.

avenue.

avenue.

SUBORDINATE UNIONS. LIST OF SECRETARIES, ETC. Notice of change or error in the following list should be promptly forwarded to the secretary-treasurer of the International Typographical Union:

ALABAMA.
Anniston No. 419–R. E. Gann, 822 Quintard ave.
Birmingham No. 104-W. M. Peterson, box 868.
Mobile No. 27-John J. Russell, 28 South Ann.
Montgomery No. 222-J. B. Walker, 308 North
Hull street.

ALASKA.
Fairbanks No. 639-Charles A. Newton,

Miner.
Nome No. 582-F. G. Kappelman, box 361.

ARIZONA.
Douglas No. 544—Joseph P. Fagan, box 214, Bis-

bee, Ariz,
Globe No. 367–C. F. Holdsworth, box 872.
Phænix No. 352--Fred O. Adams, box 913.
Prescott No. 375–W. J. Davis, box 128.
Tucson No. 465-F. S. Moreno, box 147.

ARKANSAS.
Fort Smith No. 249-Roger R. Barrett, box 72.
Ilot Springs No. 574-II. R. Stewart, 115 Rose st.

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