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Financial Statement. REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FROM DECEM

BER 25 TO JANUARY 10.

RECEIPTS. Dec. 25. Balance on haud.

$25,522 08 Jan. 10. Receipts to date

0 70

Total

Fli, 358 18
EXPENDITURES.
Dec. 2 Evansville No. 33.

$36 16
LP. Segele, expenses in St. Louis
R. G. Sleater, expenses to Ogden,
St. Paul German-American No. 13. 17 00

J. D. Flanigan, expenses to Racine
Jan. 2.
St. Paul German-American No. 13

17 00 2 Evansville No. 33

10 16 2 Los Angeles No. 174

2X (X 3 Racine No. 524

21 00 Boston Stereotypers No. 2

112 32 6. C. E. Smith, expenses to Manchester 3 07 6. St. Paul Germian-American No. 13.

17 00 Evansville No. 37. 9. L. P. Vegele, cash advanced for ex

penses to Davenport. 10. Hamilton No.

100 00) 10. E A. Parker, expenses to Los Angeles. 92 0 10. Racine No. 324

147 00

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REPORT OF SECRETARY-TREASURER.

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., Jan, 10, 1896. To Subordinate Unions:

The following is a report of the receipts and expenditures from December 2 to date, and the accounts herewith presented should correspond with the backs 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. December 25Balance ..

. $19,512 18 t, Albany-For November and December 131 00

For supplies 6, New York-For November

1,019 ) For per capita collected on cards 7, Pittsburg-For December

10850 9. Bufalo For November

For supplies 11. MemphiFor December

For supplies 15. Rochester-For December

12 0 3. Galveston--For December 29 Peoria-For December 33. Providence-For December. 3. Oakland-For December

12 30 37. Honolulu-For December. 80. St. Joseph-For December

11 30 41, Augusta-For Sovember 42 Minneapolis--For 169 copies of Journal to November, 18)

21 10 * Sacramento-For December 31 Lawrence-For December.

18 00 3. Cleveland-For December Raleigh-For December,

21 00 1. Syracuse-For December 02 I'tica-For December

For 125 cupies Journal for November, 1896 . 31 23 64. Lafayette--For December.

10 73 67. Washoe--For December ht). Portland-For supplies 18. Keokuk-For Dect inber

For supplies 6 Durangi-For December 70, Lancaster-For December

11 71, Trenton-For December 72. Lansing-Vor November 73. Ottumwa-For December 17. Erie-For November and December

31 79. Wheeling-For December

Kansas City-For balance November 8? Hebrew-American--For November

16 (0 8. Hollston-For November

12 0 For supplies W. Richmond-For November 29. Macon-For November For supplies

3 00 9. Peru-For December 98. Brooklyn-For December

30 (0) For supplies

3 00

99Jackson-For December

$12 00 100, Vorwich-For December

7 73 102 Ottawa -For December

51 23 II1, Knoxville--For December

11 30 117. Springfield-For December

27 75 118 Des Moines For supplies. 127. Hartford-For December 12 South Bend-For December

8 10 132 Camden-For December

10 000 134, Rutland-For December. For supplies

30 137, Johnstuw 11--For December

For supplies
138, Austin-For December

976 110. Bismarck-For November

175 112 Olympia-For November and December 151, oil city--for september and October 122 Manchester-For December

13 70
For card in Journal to November, 1896
151, Shreveport-For November.
1 Springfield-For November
161, Full River-For Noseinber and December 12 00

For January
160, Adrian-For December

020
107. Schenectady--For December
108, MuskegonFor December
For supplies

1 10 173, Dallas-For January 177, Springfield-For December

18 73 IN), Sioux City-For November

13 30 IR Akron-For December

13 30 IN, Fargo For November

8 30 For supplies 187. Wilkes Birre-For December

13 50 For supplies

2 10 191, Winnipeg-For December 1941. Joliot--for November 199, Zanesville-For December 200, Youngstown--For December 201, Victoria-For December

11 50 3K), Bluft City-For January

800 304, Limestone City-For October and November, For supplies

1 216 Springfield-For December

10 10 217, Chicago Hebrew)-For December

2 23 For supplies.

10 219, Canton-For November. 2:21. Brockton-For Novemberand December 2. Cripple Creek-For October and love inber 11 23 *, Crawfordsville-For December .

2 23 330, Danville-For December 331, Fremont-For November and December. 24., Hutchinson-For December 217, Swedish Chicagos-For Jamary. 219. Fort Smith - Fof November and December 2) Beaver Valley--for December

80 Bridgeport- For Oktober and November 132

Anacond-For December
31, Elkhart-For Des mixer

For supplies
971. Boise City - For Vovember
27 Norwegian Danish For November

6 (0) 20, Galesbuts For December

7 For supplies

2 10 289. Titusville-For November

3 (0 *20), Hamilton-For December.

0 (0 For supplies 204, Oneida--For December 25 Newport-For December 27. Concord-For November

14 75 For supplies .

1 50 298, Massillon-For December

For supplies
2009. Tampa-For December

2 0 301, Richinond-For per capita collected on cards

150 303, Cleburne-For November. For supplies

130 310, Lowell-for November

3 75 311, Grand Forks-For supplies

3 30 312 Burlington For December

3 00 316, North Addams--For December

5 25 For supplies

3 10 317, Laconia -For December

30 327, Lincoln-For December.

PRESSMEN. 1, Washington--For Sept., Oct., Nov. and Dec. . 43 00 3. Chicage-For Sept., Oct., Nov, and Dec.

12 ( 4, Springfield-For December. 6, Birningham-For November and December. 12. Galveston-For Vovember and December 6 (0 14, St. Paul-For December. 17. Indianapolis For December

10 00 18 Memphis-For December

2 30 20. Minneapolis-For December

5 75

Evansville, 25c., 43c., 53c.; New York, $1.54,
$1.21, $6.91, 40c., 91c., 76c., 10c.; Toronto, 500.;
Minneapolis, 59c., 74c.; St. Paul, $1.01, 65c., $1.07,
$1.04, 30c., 56c., $1.46; San Francisco, $1. 19, $1.91;
Philadelphia, $1.09; Racine, 39c., 35c.; Grand
Rapids, 25c.; Baltimore, 85c.'

$11 15 J. W. Bramwood, balance of expenses to New

York as delegate to A. F. of L. convention. 51 00 Aug. McCraith, balance of expenses to New

York as delegate to A. F. of I,. convention... 60 00 Willard & Co., attorneys, registering labels. 91 25 W. V. Rooker, notarial fees.

6 75 6 small electroty pe labels.

1 08 One 130 page journal.

3 00 1,000 bill-heads. .

3 00 2,000 financial secretary's reports.

4 00 2,000) circulars.

3 75 40 copies rules of order.

2 00 Six 1,000-page letter books .

9 75 100 sheets carbon paper.

4 00 One seal and one rubber stamp

1 70 Postage, expressage, etc., to date.

38 12 Burial Fund1789. New York No. 6, on account of the death of F. E. O'Reilly

60 00 1790. New York No. 6, John Burch

60 00 1791. New York No. 6, James White

60 00 1792. New York No. 6, J. C. Martin ,

60 00 1793. New York No. 6, Alex Hirshman

60 00 1794. New York No. 6, W. T. Schaeffer

60 00 1795. New York No. 6, W. H. Boyle.

60 00 1796. Philadelphia Stereo. No. 7, J. S. Brooks. 60 00 1797. Columbia No. 101, D. J. Buckley.

60 00 1798. Madison No. 313, Otto Lenzer.

60 00 1799. Albany No. 4, J. J. Hourigan

60 00 1800. Columbus No. 5, J. A. Ross

60 00 1801. Boston No. 13, W. H. Kennedy.

60 00 1802. San Francisco No. 21, R. E. Judd

60 00 1803. Albuquerque No. 301, Willis Pelham

60 00 1801. Chicago Ger.-Am. No. 9, Theodor Ries 60 00 1805. Jefferson City No. 119, Jno. Spaunhorst . 60 00 1806. Harrisburg No. 14, H. Č. Andrews.

60 00 1807. Augusta No. 41, E. H. Pughe.

60 00 1808. Belleville Ger.-Am. No. 18, J.C. Schombeli 60 00 1809. San Francisco No. 21, George Stanley. .

60 00 1810. Johnstown No. 137, J. W. Bailey. .

60 00 1811. Philadelphia No. 2, E. S. Wiles

60 00 1812. Sacramento No. 46. J. F. Kelley .

60 00 1813. Atlanta No. 48, J. J. Tildon

60 00 1814. Hamilton No. 129, H. E. Hetherington 60 00

$5,994 15 RECAPITULATION. Balance on hand Dec. 25, 1895. . $19,512 48 Receipts to Jan. 10, 1896.

3,030 07

$52,542 55 Expenditures.

5,994 15 Balance on hand

$46,518 40

Report of Treasurer Dailey.

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 6, 1896. To the Board of Trustees of the Childs-Drexel Home for

Union Printers:

The following is a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Treasurer of the Childs-Drexel Home for Union Printers from November 25, to December 25, 1895:

RECEIPTS. Balance to credit of fund Nov. 25, 1895

$1,974 78 From A. G. Wines. ...

1,534 84 Total.

$6,509 62 EXPENDITURES. A. G. Wines, salary to Nov. 25. .

25 00 W. B. Prescott, salary to Nov. 25.

25 00 Alex. Duguid, services on investigating committee 125 00 Henry Dorsey,

125 00 F. A. Colby,

125 00 I. C. Shepard,

125 00 J. J. Dailey, expenses to Indianapolis.

30, Springfield-For Oct., Nov. and Dec.

$6 75 For supplies

60 38, Baltimore-For December.

6 50 44, Tacoma-For Sept., Oct., Nov. and Dec.

5 00 46, Dallas-For December

3 00 47, Fort Worth-For August to December, inc. 6 00 51, Duluth and Superior-For Nov.and Dec. 54, Grand Rapids-For December

4 50 STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS. 3, Chicago Electrotypers--For January .

23 50 4, Chicago Stereotypers--For January :

12 00 For 12 copies Journal to December, 1896 3 00 8, St. Louis-For November and December 18 25 For supplies ·

2 70 10, Baltimore Stereotypers For December 4 00 12 Milwaukee-For November .

2 75 16, St. Paul and Minneapolis-For Nov. and Dec. 10 00 22. Cleveland-For December.

4 25 23, New Haven-For December.

1 50 MISCELLANEOUS. 5, Indianapolis Bookbinders-For December . . 15 25 6, Galveston Bookbinders-For Nov. and Dec.

• 10 75 1, Boston Newspaper Writers-For September . 2 50 For supplies

1 00 3, Chicago Type Founders-For December 23 75 For supplies

35 4, St. Paul Mailers-For December and January. 3 75 9, St. Paul Pressfeeders-For supplies .

2 80 1, New York Photo-Engravers--For supplies. 3 45 Per capita tax collected on cards of J. P. Gilman, $2; Florence Turner, $2.50; F. P. Grove, $2.25; J. Ę. Baker, $1.50 .

8 25 General Fund-Supplies .

2 75
Provisional membership fee of Verne Campbell. 100
The Typographical Journal-
Individual subscriptions.

83 35 Advertising

37 94 Total...

$52,542 55 EXPENDITURES. Executive Council-Cash as per report.

1,143 61 A. G. Wines-Salary to date.

. 142 00 W. B. Prescott--Salary to date.

. 117 00 C. B. Lahall--Salary to date

25 00 F. J. Boyle-Salary for December.

50 00 American Federation of LaborPer capita for November

70 00 P. J. Maas-Balance of expenses to Rock Island, Peoria and Kankakee

10 55
L. P. Negele--C. E. Dougherty, exp. in Springfield 11 05
T. F. McHale- J. M. Lynch, expenses in Rochester 50 00
E. M. Evans-Expenses to Athens.

4 00
T. F. McHale-Expenses to Cohoes and Troy. 7 40
The Childs-Drexel Home Fund
Cash transferred to J. J. Dailey, treasurer .

1,809 25 The Typographical Journal-Postage

30 61 Addressing wrappers.

14 00 Two half-tone photographs.

4 00 Printing and mailing No. 1, Vol. VIII

455 75 Expenses

Printing name and number on working cards. . 1 30 500 2-cent envelopes and printing

12 00 10,000 organizing circulars

15 75 Clerk hire-B. Smith, bookkeeper, $18.50; Lucy

Newhall, stenographer, $9; Nora A. Ward, stenographer, $9.

36 50 2,000 shipping labels

3 50 Charter fee of proposed Peoria German-American union returned.

5 00 Janitor's services for December

6 00 Office rent for January.

18 00 Gas for December.

2 50 Wrapping twine

75 Clerk hire-B. Smith, bookkeeper, $18.50; Lucy

Newhall, stenographer, $10; Nora A. Ward, stenographer, $10.

38 50 90 electrotype labels

12 00 Postal Telegraph Co.-Messages from Albany,

50c.; Lockport, $1.27, 40c., 40c.; St. Louis, 39c.; Chicago, 25c.; St. Paul, 50c.; Nashville, 250.; St. Paul, 32c., 10c., 36c., 62c.; to Brooklyn, $1. 10; Lockport, $2.11; Topeka, 89c.; San Francisco, $1; Colorado Springs, 68c.; New York, 10c., $1.21; Minneapolis, 53c., 62c.; St. Louis, 25c.; St. Paul, 39c., 83c., 65c.; Chicago, 27c.; Nashville, 260

17 55 Western Union Telegraph Co.-Messages from

Colorado Springs, 600.; New York, 160.; Niagara Falls, 60c.; New York, $1.16; Toronto, 50c.; New York, 40c., 10c.; to Fargo, 60c.; Syracuse, 62c.; Colorado Springs, 81c.; Niagara Falls, 10c.; Albany, 56c.; Syracuse, 13c.; Brooklyn, 86c., 86c.; Colorado Springs, $2.04: New York, .320.; Colorado Springs, 60c.; Chicago, 25.; Elgin, 56c.;

50 00 W. C. Schuman, transportation of J. L. Nelson to New York

49 75 Giddings Bros.-5314 yards cheese cloth $2.67, card

buttons, 6 doz., 10., 2 doz. spools thread 90c., 12
knitting cotton $1, 12 yds, oil cloth $2,50.

7 47 Ira J. Morse-1 lbs. butter $14.01, 60 doz, eggs

$12, 51 lbs. butter $14.04, 2 cases eggs $12, 3 doz.
lemons 31.20, 3 cases eggs $18, 51 lbs. butter
$14.01, 2 cases eggs $12, 54 lbs. of butter 314.04, 3
doz. lemons $1.20, 2 cases eggs $12, 51 lbs. of but-
ter $11.01, 2 cases eggs $13.20, 50 lbs. butter $14.01,
71 lbs. turkey $7.81, 4 gallons cranberries $1.10,
2 doz, celery 80c ,

175 83

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B. G. Robbins Shoes 82 pants and vest $5, hat $1.7.2 shoes $2.50), shoes 2 pants $2.75, suit $12.50, suit $12. pants $350, hat $2, cap 50k., coat and vest $450, hat 31.75, shoes $2. shoes $2, two pair

drawer c., pants $3,2), hat & cardigan $1 $87 90 The Shields-Morley Co.-5,000 lbs. flour $81, 30

sacks sugar $117. 24 chests tea $28.3), 6 boxes soda crackers $9.00. i boxes oyster crackers $6.90, 6 bol. mackeral $50. I gross blue $350, I crate starch $7.22, 2 sacks beans $6.09. 2 sacks of rice $10.3 lbs. cream of tartar $9. 10 lbs. tobacco $3. 10 lbs. tobacco $3.0, 1 tank coal oil $9.50, 2 bales salt $2.50, I box borax $3.50, 1 box lye $4,27, 2 boxes toilet paper $10, 1 box washing powder $4.7), I box shoe blacking $270, I sack hams 916, 1. sack bacon $9.31, I doz. shoe brushes 3 1 bbl. oil 950.

100 26 J. T. Sanderson–33 ibs, trout $1.62, 3 crates eggs $1S 90.

3 52 Crowley & Johnston-94, 110 lbs. coal

1.08 62 Colorado Springs Crystal Ice Co. -3,100 lbs. ice. 12 10 Hallett & Baker-Burial of Jas. E. Lambdin

50 (0) Fairley Bros. - doz cups and saucers $7.88 6 doz.

sauce dishes $3.46, 6 gravy boats $157, butter dishes $1.61, 6 sugar bowls $2.01, 1 butter dish 3*, one butter dish 2, 6 doz, plates $3.7R, 9 creamers $135, in doz, bakers $123, I doz No 3 vicks 15c., I doz. No. 2 wicks 10c., 6 doz. platters $1.66 lamps $18.

13 13 Baker & Co.-Drugs for November

18 15 CE Durkee-) gal. stock boiler si, 1 sauce pan

6c., I cake turnerike., I doz table spoons C., 2 mixing spoons Hoc., 2 milk pans foc., 3 milk pans 32, 3 milk pans 10., 2 bake pans 81, 330 coat and hat hooks k., 3 lantern globes 7., 1 iron bake pan $2, 1 sheet tin 10c., 10 lbs. nails

12 90 Stark & Siney-136 lbs. beef $10.48, 5 lbs. mutton $18 10 baskets grapes $2.50, 25 lbs. sausage $250. 128 lbs. beef $10.24, 71 lbs. pork loin $5) 119 lbs. beef 89.52, 71 lbs. real $6.03, 123 lbs. beef 310 8 lbs. mutton 83,78 123 lbs, beetu 44, 46 lbs. pork loin $3.77, 43 lbs. mutton $3 01, 123 lbs, beef 19.84, 52 lbs. sheep $3.64, 121 lbs. beef st. 171 Ibs. pork loin S.), 51 lbs. mutton $3.77, 340 1hs. beef $18.70, 1:30 lbs. hog $ 97, 111 lbs. beef $8.88 113 lbs, beef $9.04; 23 lbs. sausage $250.

1.39 25 F E Robinson--Drugs for November.

48 10 Salaries for Yovember-W. C. Schuman, salary

to Dec. 11, $8) Eva Schuman, $3); Anna Clinton, nurse, $10Calvin Barnet, assistant purse, 80; W. V. Proctor, general work, Su Geo. Aus. tin, watchman, sli; Ella Merritt, dining-room, $24, Katie Metarry general work 52); Lizzie Kent, seamstress, 27 Katie Farrell, diningroom, $I; Sellie McPherson, cook, 0), E. Hay ler laundry, $30; Nora Kilgallon, laundry, $25. Clara Colver, first floor, $3); John Sutter, gen. eral work, $21; Arthur Elston, general work. $27: Rose Farrell, kitchen, $27. M. Cummings, engineer, 17; John Heine, teamster, 50; Dr. B.

Tucker, **0.50; Dr. J. R. Robinson, 56 23 W.C. Schuman, petty cash expenses

100 00 F. A Colby, balance of expense on investigating

committee J. J. Dailey, balance of expense of Indianapolis metting of trustees. Total...

$2,603 20 RECAPITI'LATION. Bilance on hand Xovember 25, 184).

81.874 78 From A G. Wines.

1.34 4 Total Disbursements. Balance..

$3.816 12 Respectfully submitted.

JAS, J. DAILEY STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, COCYTY OF PHILADELPHIA.)

SS. James J. Dailey, being duly sworn, de poses and says that the foregoing account of his receipts and expenditures as treasurer of the Childs-Drexel Home for t'nion Printers is true and correct, both in the charge and discharge thereof.

Sworn and subscribed to before me this sixth day of January, 1**.

OTIS EGAN, (SEAL)

Notary Public Superintendent Schuman's Report. The following is the monthly statement of Superinteadent Schuman of the Childs-Drexel Home for Union Printers:

ADMITTED. Dec. 2. George M. Sution, paralysis. Aged 41. Reinistated by board of trustees.

Dec. & J. F. McGrath-O'Connor, of Brooklyn; consumption. Aged Dec. 11. C. A V. Putnam, of Washoe No. 98 Aged 71

VACATED
Dec, 12. John I. Nelson, of New York. Aged t.

DISCHARGED. * Dec. 18. Wm. Temple, of New York; epilepsy. Aged 48. Cause-Attempting to use a kuite upou the persou of a supposed enemy.

Number of inmates Dec. 31 --40.

*The management of the Home has been severely criticised through the columns of a New York paper because of the discharge of Wm. Temple, a deal and dumb inmate, Mr. Temple became incensed against several persons in the Home, and attempted a murder ous assault with a knife upon the person of one of his supposed enemies. It required the efforts of several men to overpower Mr. Temple He was placed in his room with an attendant, but again became violent. This time it was deemed necessary to place a restraint upon him in the shape of "wristlets,"' Afterwards he was given in charge of the county for safe keeping In pursuing this policy the safety of the other inhabitants of the Home was given due consideration, as it was deemed far preferable to restrain and contine one man who had murder in his heart and an open knife in his hand than to jeopardize the lives of aged and invalid men.

While some may think that the management acted harshly in causing the confinement of Mr Temple, it is safe to assert that if the party, whose life was threatened, had sworn out a warrant for the arrest of Mr. Temple, the latter would have languished behind the bars for a greater period than a few days.

It is strange that a paper claiming to be friendly to the International Typographical l'nion should deliberately distort and falsily the true facts in the case, simply in order to vent its spleen against the manage. ment of the Home or to increase its sales by the dis semination of sensational falsehoods,

Personal grievances against the superintendent can be adjusted without disgracing the Home and the entire craft, and placing the institution and its supporters le fore the public in a false light, Respectfully submitted,

W.C. SCHLMAN, Supt Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec. 31.

Deaths. Brady, F. J.-At Albany, N. Y., December 7, 189.5, of pneumonia, Aged 11 years.

Carmichael, J. R. -At Boston, Mass., December 14, 189.5, of pneumonia. Aged 61 years.

Curles, C. W.-At Chicago, Ill., November 28, 1896), of consumption. Aged 30 years.

Houck, W. H.--At New Orleans, La., Feb. ruary 15, 1895), of chronic nephritis. Aged 59 years.

Kelly, M. J.-At Pittsburg, Pa., December 5, 189., of typhoid pneumonia. Aged 35 years.

Lenzer, Otto.-At Madison, Wis., December 27, 1-9.), accidental death. Aged 26 years.

Martin, J. C.--At New York, N. Y., November 29, 1895, of phthisis pulmonalis. Aged 27 years.

Montz, 0. S.-At Washington, D. C., December 12, 1895, of epilepsy. Aged 44 years.

McBride, James.-At New Orleans, La., December 17, 1895), of cirrhosis of liver. Aged 33.5 years,

McCann, M. J.-At Albany, N. Y., December 14, 189.), of consumption. Aged 26 years.

O'Reilly, F. E. -At New York, X. Y., November 11, 1897, of fractured skull. Aged 39 years.

Pelham, Willis.-At Albuquerque, N. M., November 12, 1895), accidental death. Age unknown.

Elections.

treasurer, Y. Y. Murphy; sergeant-at-arms,

Ernest Pfeiffer; executive board, N. C. Strong, Adrian, Mich.-President, I. J. Havens; vice

Frank Mattox, John J. Moody; delegates to president, Miss Carrie Shaw; recording secre

Houston labor council, Ed Smallwood, J. P. tary, W. L. Agnew; financial secretary, A. A. Wootten; treasurer, E. 0. Underhill; sergeant

Westcott, Ulrich Haxthausen, W. N. Striplin;

trustees, L. G. Swope and J. P. Westcott; audat-arms, Emil Ahrens; board of directors, G. W.

iting committee, E. V. Aten, A. M. Dunlop and Larwill, F. J. Buck, A. A. Wootten; executive

G. F. Tucker. committee, I. J. Havens, Miss Carrie Shaw, E. Ahrens; auditing committee, W. L. Agnew, F.

Kansas City, Mo. (Stereotypers).- President, J. Buck, Paul Redding.

Frank Raynor; vice-president, w. W. McNally; Aspen, Colo.-President, A. R. Waite; vice

secretary. Charles Sumner; sergeant-at-arms,

Ora McFarland. president, A. C. Salisbury; secretary and treasurer, J. L. Riland; delegates to the trades assem

Keokuk, Iowa.- President, C. C. Williams; bly, A. G. Coover, Fred D. Perrin, A. R. Waite,

vice-president, Frank Van Doren; recording J. L. Riland and F. A. Whittemore.

secretary, C. C. Guy; financial and correspond

ing secretary, John P. Griffin; treasurer, W. E. Boston, Mass. (Mailers).- President, William

Strimback; executive committee and auditing G. Harber; vice-president, William F. Ambrose;

committee, Joseph Lutz, Harry Sample, Frank recording secretary, Robert T. Allen; financial secretary, James McGinnis; treasurer, Edmund

Van Doren; sergeant-at-arms, Robert Brown. Phelan; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Grant; audit- Knoxville, Tenn. President, Charles W. ing committee, M. J. Fife, W. L. Ledwidge, T. Buhler; vice-president, J. B. Hopkins, treasurer, W. Johnson; delegates to central labor union, W. D. Hendricks; financial secretary, Thomas Messrs. Ambrose, Fife, Phelan, H. Ryan, Spil- J. Smith; sergeant-at-arms, E. L. George; doorlane, Allen, Harber and Nugent; executive com- keeper, H. C. Collins. mittee, Messrs. Ryan, J. P. Allen, Gormely, Am- La Crosse, Wis.- President, Thomas Lindley; brose and Nugent.

vice-president, Fred Dunscombe; financial and Boston, Mass. (Newspaper Writers).- Presi- corresponding secretary, George S. Capps; redent, G. H. Dunderdale; recording secretary, cording secretary, H. F. Young; treasurer, H. Thomas Pritchard; financial secretary, J. F. W. Deroff; sergeant-at-arms, Herman Scholland. O'Sullivan.

Lincoln, Ill. – President, W. R. Shaw; viceChicago, Ill. (Swedish).-President, Fred president, Max Kruger; recording secretary, MolSundlof; vice-president, John Wyberg; record- lie Murray; financial secretary, Frances Kane. ing and corresponding secretary, Eric C. Elm; financial secretary, Gus Jacobson; treasurer, Er

Nashville, Tenn.-President, John A. Aul; nest Younggren; sergeant-at-arms, N. J. Sand

vice-president, W. H. Johnson; financial and berg; auditors, Chas. J. Sward, Claes Larson

corresponding secretary, M. L. Ford; recording and J. J. Engberg.

secretary, James P. Thornley; treasurer, Theo

dore Perry; doorkeeper, E. D. Watson; auditing Chicago, Ill. (Typefounders).—President, C.

committee, John C. Ford, W. F. Perry, J. T. Peek; vice-president, Michael Wells; recording Gary. secretary, August Scheideman; financial secre

Newburgh, N. Y.-President, James Cassedy; tary, Fred Wagner; treasurer, Wm. Hildebrand; trustees and auditing committee, T. C. Reet,

vice-president, John Magee; secretary-treasurer,

F. Elwood Tucker; sergeant-at-arms, Arthur Frank Holonbeck, Dan Goetz,

Stirk; trustees, Charles Albertson and Edward Chicago, Ill. (Hebrew).—President, Bernhard

R. Barrett. Perbohrner; vice-president, Mendel Hershfeld; recording secretary, Morris Kotz; financial sec

Newport, R. I.-President, Alexander Y.

Hudson; vice-president, Thomas F. Kelly; secreretary, Morris Rosenblum; treasurer, Leon Stat

tary-treasurer, Thomas F. Murphy; sergeant-atman; trustees, Hyman Meites, Hyman Chelimer, Leon Meites; sergeant-at-arms, Hertz

arms, Chas. M. Barker; executive committee, Browdy.

Wm. J. Higgins, Wm. A. Spaulding, Stephen J.

Buckley; auditing committee, F. W. Anker, Council Bluffs, Iowa.-President, F. C. Sim

James E. Matthewson, Harry H. Brown; trades inons; vice-president, G. W. Irvin; financial and

council delegates, Wm. C. Crangle, Harry H. recording secretary, Thomas R. Drake; treas

Brown, Stephen J. Buckley, F. W. Anker, Jas. urer, J. M. Thomas; sergeant-at-arms, 0. S. E. Matthewson. Henderson; executive and auditing committee, W. B. Fisher, G. W. Ryan, A. Brisbane.

New York, N. Y. (Stereotypers).—President,

James J. Williams; first vice-president, H. A. Crawfordsville, Ind. — President, Ch. Cadwal

Moreland; second vice-president, T. N. Reylader; vice-president, 0. E. Ruffner; secretary, nolds; financial secretary, J. G. Derflinger; reSamuel D. Symmes; sergeant-at-armis, Charles

cording secretary, T. J. Carroll; corresponding Buck; executive committee, Ben Wilhite, 0. E.

secretary, J. S. Brown; treasurer, J. C. StevenRuffner and A. E. Ruffner.

son; statistician, E. F. Bonner; sergeant-atElkhart, Ind.-President, E. T. Hughes; vice- arms, Danl. Darroch; trustees, George A. Wharry, president, R. M. Stewart; recording secretary, C. S. Green, John W. Kerwin. F. H. Smith; financial secretary, W. A. Sham- Ottumwa, Iowa.—President, B. H. Pratt; viceory; treasurer, Ward Dunbar; sergeant-at-arms, president, J. S. Barnes; secretary-treasurer, C. A. C. Ebright.

M. Clapp; sergeant-at-arms, W. G. Field; exHouston, Tex.-President, Jacob Rau; vice- ecutive committee, J. F. Powell, Thomas Shehy, president, Charles G. Glass; corresponding, re

Eugene Peterson. cording and financial secretary, John S. Swope; Oneonta, N. Y.-President, W. J. Mason ;

vice-president, C. E. Reynolds; financial secretary, A. G. Weed; recording secretary, W. H. Howard ; treasurer, F. A. Bissell; sergeant-atarms, F. M. Baldwin.

Pekin, Ill.—President, W. G. Fair; vice-president, Mathew Stewart ; financial secretary, J. R Howard; secretary-treasurer, M. J. Dorsey; sergeant-at-arms, Ibe Cook, board of directors, Mathew Stewart, M. J. Dorsey, D. Wietlespach.

Pensacola, Fla. - President, E. M. Ackerman; vice-president Robert McLellan; recording secretary, Al.

M. Allen ; secretary-treasurer, A. Quina; sergeant-at-arms, Williani Bauer.

Portland, Maine.- President, A. E. Pollard; first vice-president, I'm. H. Greene; second vicepresident, Fred D. Wish; recording and corresponding secretary, Arthur H. Berry; financial secretary, John M. Boyle; treasurer, Thomas L. Haskell.

Rockford, Ill.-President, H. A. Bronson; vice-president, Harry Mareau; secretary, John W. Aspegren; treasurer, R. A. B. Edie; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Shorrock; executive conmittee, Harry Mareau, Henry Lambert and A, I. Pratt

Watertown, N.Y.-President, Sidney Landon, vice-president, George Clare; financial and corresponding secretary, Frank H. Lewis; recording secretary, Walter J. Faulkner; treasurer, James H. Coan; sergeant-at-arms, Geo. Walker.

Subordinate Unions. Notice of change or error in the following list should be promptly forwarded to the secretary-treasurer Intertiational Typographical ('nion.

ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM No. 104.-L. C. McAllister, 2212 4th ave. MOBILE NO. 27.-- John J. Russell, S. Ann MONTGOMERY NÓ. 336. -W. H. Monroe, 330 Martha,

ARKANSAS. FORT SMITH No. 249.-- President, J. D. Wilson; secre. Lary-treasurer, R. A. Skinner, boxiin. LITTLE ROCK No. 92. --W'. I. Oury, box 218.

CALIFORNIA,
FRESNO CITY YO. 141.-F. Tiernan, 121 Eme,
ETREKA NO. 26.-A. P. McCarthy box 27.
GRASS VALLEY No. -W. M. Campbell, box 312
LOS ANGELES No. 174-Wm M. Hawkins, box 170
MARYSVILLE NO.3. - Jerry O'Brien, box I, Yuba City.
OAKLAND NO. 36.-) E Holmes, Jr., 961 Castro.
REDLANDS SO. 27A. F. Stimmel, box 243.
RIVERSIDE NO. 271,-- Willi. Hallock, 411 Comer.
SACRAMENTO So. 16.-W. H. Ambrose, box 4.
SAN BERNARDINO No. 81. -Sydney Waite, box 876.
SANTA ROSA No. 31.-J. E. Mobley, box 18,
SAN DIEGO No. 221.-R. L. Merigold, box 328.
SAN FRANCISCO No. 21.-W. B. Benoist, room 16, 606
Montgomery

SAN JOSE No. 331.-J. , Corrick, Mercury office,
STOCKTON No. 16.-0, B. Reibenstein, box 110.

CANADA
KRANTFORD, ONT., No. 273.-C. H. Brandt, Expositor.
HALIFAX, X. S., No. 130.--I. A. Beais, box 192
HAMILTON, ONT., No. 129. - John Burns 213 Cannon, E.
JACQUES CARTIER No. 115.--A. P. Pigeon, 1786 St.
Catharine, Montreal, P. Q.

LIMESTONE CITY NO. 301.-Geo. Zeigler, 228 Wellington, Kingston, Ont.

LONDOX, Oxt., No. 133.-F. Plant, 37 Elias.
MONTREAL, QU'E., No. 176.–J. B. Mack, box 731.
OTTAWA, ONT, No. 102-Sainuel Cross, box 136.
QTEBEC No. 302.-Frs. J. R. Petitclere, 23 Scott
ST. JOHN, X. B., No. 85.-R. W. McKinney, box 372

TORONTO, OXT., No. 91.-President, W. J: Wilson; financial secretary, W. G. Fowler; corresponding secretary, T. H. Fitz Patrick; treasurer, Ed. J. How; chair. man investigating committee, B. Cairns. l'nion meets first Saturday in month.

Box 543 VANCOTTER, B, C., No. 236. -President, J. H. Brownie, treasurer, Wm. Brand; financial secretary, D. Jameson; box 54. Union meets last Saturday in every month,

VICTORIA, B, C., No. 21. - Wm. Cullin, box 209,

WINNIPEG, MAN.. No. 191.-A. W. Puttee, box 716.

COLORAD). ASPEN No. 156.-J. I. Riland, box 116.

COLORADO SPRINGS VOR? -President, J. J. McCarty; financial and corresponding secretary, E. 11. Joslyn, box 813.

CRIPPLE CREEK NO. 170.6. Kinzey, care 'Times.

DENVER No. 19. - President, J. W Bramwood; vicepresident, W'. W. Lucas; hinancial secretary, F. C. Bird. sall, recording secretary, C. R. Miller; chairman busi. ness committee, R. E Terrick; chairman trades assem. bly delegation, John Henderson, Reax til DURANGO No 69.- S. D. Wilsun, boxi LEADVILLE No. 179.-Ed. C Austin, box 194. PTEBLO No. 17.1.-W. E Beattie, box an. VICTOR No. 27.-F. V. Builis, box 22.

CONNECTICUT
BRIDGEPORT NO.22.-C. N. Stephens, Gregory.
HARTFORD No. 137. S. T. Pfund, dux 83.
MERIDEN No. 314. HC Maydwell. 33) Cook ave.
NEW HAVEN No. 47 Joseph Reilly, box 1209.
NORWICH No. 100-E. B. Armstrong, 64 leck.

DELAWARE.
WILMINGTON No. 121 - Secretary-treasurer, A. 0. H.
Grier, Every Evening office.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLOMBIA No. 101.-W. X. Brockwell, box 234, Wash. ington, DC

FLORIDA
JACKSOSVILLE No. 162 President, H. J. Wenzel, care
Florida Citizen: secretary-treasurer, I P Dennis, E.
Church; recording secretary, WF Jibh, care Citizen.

PENSACOLA No. A Quina.
TAMPA No. 219.C. (Iryor.

GEORGIA
ATLANTA NO 48-W. I Skelton, Journal office,
At','STA No. 41.- J. W. Doar, box 13.

COLUMBUS No. 220 -President, G. W. Tillinghast; secretary treasurer, J. H. Singleton, 110First ave.

MACON No. 83 - JH Moochee, 6123 Pine.
SAVANNAH No. 183.- Jacob Eitel, care The Press.

HAWAUAN ISLANDS, HONOLULU NO 37.-) J. Greene, box 289. (Postage at foreign rates.)

IDAHO
BOISE CITY NO. 271.-W.E. Dolan, box 85.

ILLINOIS.
ALTON No. 306.-Alex Cousley, box 13.
AIKORA VO. 01.--A F. Miller, Care Beacon.

BLOOMINGTON No. 124.- D. J. Fitzgerald, care Pantagraph.

CAIRO No 24, T. J. Helton, 1317 Winters Row.

CHICAGO No 16 - President, W. S, Timblin, vicepresident, C. F. Sheldon: secretary-treasurer, Wm. McEvoy, box 12); recording secretary and organizer, H.G. Martin; sergeant-at-arms, Frank Sloan; board of trustees, James C. Hutchins, chairman; A Allison, H. A. Crowell; business committee, G. W Harris, chairman; J. W. Mars, AC Rice, Samuel Wymer, E. F. Drackert, and the four executive ofhcers. I'nion meets last Sunday in each month at ?P. M. Business committee meets the second last Sunday in each month.

CHICAGO No. 214. (Bohemian).-J. B. Shuster, 363 Washburne ave.

CHICAGO No. 272 Norwegian-Danish).-J. F. Elston, 112 West Ohio. CHICAGO No. 247. Swedish ).- Eric Elm, 17077 Barry ave.

CHICAGO No. 217 (Hebrew).- Morris Rosenblum, 2014 Maxwell.

CHICAGO No. 328 Polish). - John Hibner, 37 Cleaver.
DANVILLE So. 2- Charles Partlow.
DECATUR No. 21.7 --F. H. Wood, 140 S. Main.
GALESBURG No. 288 -0. W. Walkup, 332 X Cedar.
JACKSONVILLE No. 372.-4. P. Davis 15E North.
JOLIET No. 194.--T. C. Davidson, 311 Willow ave. S.
LINCOLN No. 327.- Miss Frances Kane, 621 N. McLean.
OTTAWA No. 265.--W. P. Gregg 519 Congress.
PEKIN No.-J. R. Howard, 13 X. Filth.
PŁOKIA No. 2.-C. E. Lauren, 211 X. Orange.
QUINCY No. 39.-President, Claude Couklin; vice-
president, E. A. Helstern; financial secretary, E. C.
Salmon, care Volk Jones & McMein; recording secre-
tary. J. M. Wood, 62 Cedar: treasurer, J. A. Bamber;
sergeant-at-arms, Mike Sullivan.

ROCKFORD No. 213.- J. W. Apegren, 104 N. First.
SPRINGFIELD No. 177.-George Hoole, box 678.

TWIN CITI No. 107. --J. B. Olney, 1709 Eighth ave., Moline, 111

INDIAVA ANDERSON No. 281. --RX Mattox, 19 S. Central ave. CRAWFORDSVILLE No. 29.-S. D. Symmes, box 542.

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