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Scranton, Pa., Jan. -, Mrs. John Murray, wife of Bro. J. Murray, member of Div. ::96.

Clarksdale, Miss., Feb. 8. 1906, Bro. P. A. McGrath, meni ber of Div, 281.

Crewe, Va , Jan. 13, heart and liver trouble, Bro. J. A. Carlin, member of Div. 291.

Crewe, Va., Jan, 14, la grippe, Bro. B. B. Babbitt, member of Div. 291.

Raleigh, N, C., Feb, 2, killed in wreck, Bre. Curtis Constable, member of Div. 202.

Delano, Pa., Jan. 27. appendicitis, Bro. Wm. E. Rhoads, member of Div. 316.

Niles, O., Jan. 18, Bro. G. W. Strock, member of

Div. 329.

Centerville, Md., Jan, 22, apoplexy, Bro. D. S. Reader, member of Div. 342.

Martinsburg, W. Va., Jan 16, paralysis, Bro. T. H. Anderson, member of Div. 352.

Martinsburg, W. Va., Feb. 8, paralysis, Bro. Elias Zimmermau, member of Div. 352.

Argentine, Kans., Jan. 19, wreck, Bro. Fied w. Bartel, member of Div. 396.

Chicago, Ill., Jan. 22, Bro. Charles G. Trea:, member of Div. 404.

Rotterdam Junction, N. Y., Jan. 29, killed in collision, Bro. Michael A. Fitzpatrick, member of Div. 418.

M.chanicsville, N. Y., Jan. 29, killed in collision, Bro. Cliauncey Cota, member of Div. 418.

Skidmore, Tex., Jan. 27, apoplexy, Bro. W. A. Hinds, member of Div. 427.

Syracuse, N. Y., Feb, i, insanity, Bro. Wm. J. Snyder, member of Div. 441.

Ft. Smith, A:k., Feb. 6, heart trouble, Bro. H. L. Young, member of Div. 445.

Ft. Smith, Ark., Jan. 18, brain trouble, Bro. J. J. McMahon, member of Div. 445.

Toledo, O., Feb. 6, Bro. A. D. Hull, member of

Cedartown, Ga., Dec. 5, engine turning over, Bro, L. J. Norton, member of Div. 628.

Blossburg. Pa., Feb. 6, Bro. J. D. Gillet, member of Div. 641.

Albia, la., Jan, 15, Bright's disease, Bro. E. R. Reeves, member of Div. 643.

Quincy, Ill., Jan. 22, hemorrhage of brain, Bro. J. W. Watson, meinber of Div. 644.

Durand, Mich., Feb. 9, typhoid fever, Bio, H. J. Dushane, member of Div. 6.0.

Pittston, Pa., Jan. 29, Bro. John Sharp, member of Div. 673

Gunnison, Colo., Jan. 30. Bro. John Brunton, aged 81 years, member of Liv.

29. Brother Brunton was one of the old pione. rs of the B. of L. E. and obtained the charter for Div. 16, organized December 12, 1863. Brother Brunton came from Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1847, the year he became of age. He soon obtained employment in the Brooklyn Navy Yard as a machinist and a year later he went with the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and later secured a position as fireman on the old Pennsylvania Central, and was eventually promoted to an engineer on that road. He went to Ohio in 1855 and secured a position as engineer on the old Bee Line (now Big Four). He remained with the road some 25 years, running much of the time between Bellefontaine and Iadianapolis. In the first year of the existence of the B. of L. E. he became interested, and as said above, was instrumental in the organization of Div. 16, and represented his Divisiou as delegate at the convention in Cincinnati in 1867, and by request of the dele gates offered a prayer at the close of the convention. In 1885 he moved to Colorado and entered the service of the D. & R, G, Ry., and joined Div. 29 at Pueblo.

He was always of a deeply religious turn of mind and was licensed as a local preacher while living in Galion; and when the Y. M. C. A. was started at Brightwood, Colo., he was put in charge and eventually was made chaplain of the D. & R. G., a position created specially for him. He was regularly ordained as a Methodist minister in 1898 and exercised great moral influence among the employees.

Div. 457

ADMITTED BY TRANSFER CARD.

Parkersburg, W.. Va., Jan. 23, engine turned over, Bro. H, B. Taylor, member of Div. 481.

Brookville, Pa., Jan. 20, typboid fever, Bro. James Brown, Jr., member of Div. 472.

Indianap lis, Iud., Jan. 26, hemorrhage, Bro. Heury Van Horn, member of Div. 492.

Lewistown Junction, Pa., Feb. -, of peritonitis, Nona, daughter of Bro. James A. and Jane Davis, member of Div 509.

Chicago, Junction, 0. Jan. 14, killed in collision, Bro. P. W. Myers, member of Div. 522.

Valley Junction, Ia., Jan. 11, Bright's disease, Bro. M. Callahan, member of Div. 525.

Ashland, Wis., Feb. 8, injuries received in wreck, 3.0. J. J. Fitzgerald, member of Div. 436.

Oswego, N. Y., Jan. 12, struck by moving cars, Br». M. II. Murphy member of Div. 560.

Alamogordo, N. M., Jan. 13. derailment, Bro. H. F. Ackley, member of Div. 591.

Atlantic City, N J., Jan. 20, locomotive boiler. exploding, Bro. Edvard ?'. McConaghy, member of Dis. 596.

boto Division

37–Wm. O'Hara, from Div. 121.
45-J. D. Kelliher, from Div. 239.
55-W. H. Stimson, from Div. 115.
61-A. L. Gout, from Div. 63.
76--C. Spry, from Div. 583.

Wm. Rogers, from Div. 667.
126-E. L. Loucks, from Div. 136.
145--Albert Davis, from Div. 105.
168-James O'Connor, from Div. 469.
186—Thos. P. Carlin, from Div. 3.6.

Harry C. Cain, from Div. 385.

H. P. Mitchell, from Div. 488. 194-W. H. Garess, from Div. 326, 195-Paul C. Hagerman, from Div. 279. 199-M. H. Blount, from Div. 488. 203-George Shaffer, from Div. 538. 206--Geo. H. Ehringer, from Div. 636. 208 - James A. Carney, J. J. Jordan, from Div. 175.

M. J. Hefferman, from Div. 37.

210–Lewis Jackson, from Div. 404.

W. Foy Fields, from Div. 449.
W. F. Taylor, from Div. 537.
J. A. Herrick, O. L. Reeves, from Div. 452.

A. M. Wilson, from Div. 196.
223-Jos. Pope, from Div. 198.
227-Frank B. McKeon, from Div. 152.
230-F. B. Stafford, from Div. 672.
2,2-E. G. Bostwick, from Div. 569.

Jesse Starr, from Dir. 635. 237-Mike Kost, from Div. 396. 263-L. E. Rawls, from Div. 85.

H. A. Carcand, from Div. 531. 272-John Gagion, from Div. 263. 295-Harry Flood, from Div. 528. 301-W. L. Comer, J. W. Bell, E. E. Price, from

Div. 401. 309-John Fisher, from Div. 87. 325-L. B. Goch nour, from Div. 406. 339--C. R. Smith, from Div. 78.

C. B. Pusey, from Div. 374. 344-E. J. Healy, from Div. 238. 357-W. H. Parks, from Div. 9. 358-Gilbert H. Smith, from Div. 678. 366-R. A. Stulting, from Div. 680. 407-Oscar Hall, from Div. 154. 417-John H. Park, from Div. 60. 422-Wm, A. Brosso, from Div. III. 444–J. J. Hughes, from Div. 400, 477-Wm. Robertson, from Div. 36.

John Cummins, from Div. 284. 478—W. T. Brodie, from Div. 199. 488-W. F. Marshall, from Div. 199. 4y2-F. L. Cross, from Div. 512. 494 - Edgar

Al en Lea, from Div. 9. 495-E. G. Rhodes, from Div. 426. 497—Wm. Brackenboro, Louis Ballonne, from

Div. 637 505-Geo. Mellville, from Div. 527.

Neil O'Connor, from Div. 385. 507-David R. Beeler, from Div, 234. 523-J C. Brown, from Div. 146. 531-W. J. Boylan, from Div. 193. 535-James McRoberts, from Div. 667.

J. L. Locher, from Div. 76. 548– F. P. Black, from Div. 442. 554-A. E. Lynn, from Div. 512. 570-A. W. Plummer, from Ďiv. 637. 571-William Weldon, from Div. 430. 582-Matthew Connor, from Div. 253. 606-Fred E. Brooks, from Div. 33. 637-J. M. Smith, from Div. 178.

L. D. Mahaffey, from Div. 19. 653-G. E. Hill, from Div. 259. 659-C. Ross, E. J. Heller, from Div. 345. 666—S. W. Woodruff, from Div. 339. 673-Wm. B. Carman, from Div, 263. 688-Geo. W. Ahle, John J. Gesbocker, from

Div. 157 697-E. Tidwell, from Di. 423. 701-C. H. Johnson, from Div. 8. 704-J. F. Clancy, J. G. Driscoll, S. B. Duggan,

C. E. Ellison, W. L. Eddy, H. D. Grant,
F. H. Garcia, W. W. Hopkins, P. F. Hyde,
C. S. Ingersoll. J. J. Keating, W. G. King,
J: F. Manney, W. H. McGowan, W. Pro-
vine, I. H. Parke, W. E. Ritchie, F. G.
Simpton, R. F. Stewart, Corvin Stoner,
Ed J. Burns, G F. Bradley, W. L. Canfield,

from Div. 161. 705-Jos. L. Miller, Hiram H. Swavely, Jeremiah

Showers, from Div. 71.
706-Fowler Allen, from Div. 223.

J. E. Curtis, from Div. 597.
L. P. Nicholson, from Div. 340.

J. D. Warfel, from Div. 210.
708—Mike Connolly, from Div. 431.

John V. Adams, Mike Baier, Martin Con

WITHDRAWALS.

From Division-
158-A1 Blundell.
219-J. S. Freeman.
23;-Joseph Lewis.
312-John E. Miles.
317-Chas. R. Craddock

From Division

419-Wm. H. Hulighau. 442--B. L. Gadley. 448-W. B Gillespie. 453-Ed Pacey. 495-G. W. Weaver.

REINSTATEMENTS.

Tuto Division

1- John W. Swales.
11- Thomas Greaney.
19-George Germaiú.
24-H. B. Ryan.
25-F. E. Slanker.
33-F. E. Brooks.
48-P. H. O'Connor.
54-C. C. Sheare,
87-John H. Fisher.
93-J. R. Norman.
98-C. F. Johnson.
104-G. S. Desch.
196-A. M. Wilson.
198–J. Pope.
205-Robert A. Nield.

Wm. H. Wyle..
211-Geo. G. Livergood.
214-Ed L Gosse.
222-R. W. Davidson.

Isto Division

251-Frank F. Bulliet.
255-Bert Sells.
256---Wm. F. Gugle.

Wm. H. Turner.

J. R. Massett. 261-D. J. Foreman, 345-Wm. Roby, 354-Thos. Shanahan. 363-B. A. Wimble. 369-W. J. Crocker. 371-Clement Weiker. 415-W. A. Shiells.

438-Walter Gregg. 418-V. J. Hain. 491-R. H. Brant. 492-H. A Washbury, 531-Chas, P. Whelan. 628-H. L. Kennedy.

EXPELLED,

way, Geo. E. Clark, John A. Carter, James
F. Gleason, John Golden, J. L. Holland,
C. H. Hodges, H. B. Haviland, Frank
Hopper, J. A. Johnson, John W. Kee, M.
M. Lemmon, Albert B. McCarty, Ed Mil-
ler, J. P. McSteen, James McMahan, Chas.
Mee. Thos. Peltier, O. Rubenschied, W.
H. Riley, John L. Slater, J. K. Sullivan,
U. Studa baker, Dan H. Sullivan, Geo. H.
Scott. John Sullivan, James Ward, from
Div. 81.

FOR NON-PAYMENT OP DUES.
From Division-

From Division-
17—W. E. Tindall, 419-1. T. Parsons,
61-H. T. Wyman.

Thos. Cook, 178-James Valentine.

Irvi i A. O'Hara, 251-E. W. Fullenwider

G. B. Hillers.
W. C. Parsons,

441--Wm. Preble,
W. H. Reed.

C. Sipple. 264-Samuel Bixler.

444-D. H. Jones. 309-E. G. Irwin,

474-Paul Betters, R. 1, McGuire, 572-E. H. Percival. S. J. Wright,

023-Robert Newton, W. M. Hayes,

A. McLean,
D. A. Carnigan,

Clarence Denton.
A. L. Calhoun, 624-Wm. Higlin.
RL. Cline.

668-W. S Smith. 322 -WA. P. Venables. 701-T, A. Ogden. 41)-C. Stoddard.

FOR OTHER CAUSES.

29-H. E. Shotts, forfeiting insurance.

BJ. Sylvester, non-payment of dues and

forfeiting insurance. 51-J. W. Buxton, forfeiting insurance, 55-A. S. Noble, forfeiting insurance. 97-C. W. Gannon, violation of obligation aná

unbecoming conduct.
170-F. W. Brothers, forfeiting insurance and

unbecoming conduct.
177-J. S. Moore, forfeiting insurance.
210-George S. Hazel, intoxication.
214-Ed Weeks, forfeiting insurance.
219—Chas. Seeber, unbecoming conduct.
263— Thos. McAvoy, forfeiting insurance.

Anthony Dougher, not taking out insurance.
Harry E. Green, not taking out insurance

and non-payment of dues.
287-C. B. Gearhart, C. H. Renninger, D. G. Stew-

art, joining the B. of I, F. 310—J. E. Mowry, forfeiting insurance. 384-Okey Enoch, intoxicated while on duty. 396 -- Geo. A. Everest, being under the influence

of liquor while on duty. 427—W. D. Van Cleves, forfeiting insurance. 411-Thos McGraw, forfeiting insurance. 478-C. E. Williamson, pot taking out insurance. 573-W. H. Shanks, unbecoming conduct. 628-J. T. Richards, violation of obligation. 554--C. B. Wells, listed as rein“ ted in the Feb

ruary, JOURNAL, should have been ex. pel'ed for non-payment of dues,

PREMIUMS FOR JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. We have renewed our arrangement with the Webb C. Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, 0., for an unlimited number of watches as premiums; watches that are guaranteed to be 0. K. in every respect, and will be given as premiums under the following conditions:

LADIES' WATCH.-For 30 subscribers named and $30.00, the Ladies' Queen Watch, 17 jewelled, 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $25.00.

GENTLEMEN'S WATCH.-For 60 subscribers named and $60.00, Gentlemen's B. of L. E. Standard, 17 jewelled, 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $42.00.

19 AND 21 JEWELLED WATCH.-For 75 subscribers named and $75.00, either the 19 or 21 jewelled watch, in 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $50.00. All cases guaranteed for 25 years.

BRO. J. L. RITTENHOUSE, member of Subdivision 454, sent in 61 subscribers in Scottdale, Pa., and expresses himself as highly pleased with the premium watch. There ought to be more Brothers who will try for one of these watches; help yourself to a good one. The largest value ever given as a premium. Help the JOURNAL and widows' and orphans' fund. Bro. Bush of Subdivision 60, Washington, D. C., gets a Ladies' Queen Watch, worth $30.

A large number of Brothers can obtain one of these excellent watches if they make an effort, and will help the JOURNAL as well as themselves.

EDITOR,

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS' MUTUAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION

Oficial Notice of Assessments 1037-1041.

SERIES G.
OFFICE OF ASSOCIATION, ROOM 803, SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS BUILDING,

CLEVELAND, OHIO, March 1, 1907.
To the Division Secretaries L. E. M, L, and A. I. A..

DEAR SIRS AND BROS. :-You are hereby notified of the death or disability of the following members of the Association.

Five Assessments for payment of these claims are hereby levied and Secretaries ordered to collect $1.25 from all who are insured for $750, $2.50 from all who are insured for $1.500, $5 oo from all who areinsured for $3,000, and $7.50 from all members insured for $4.500, and forward same to the General Secretary and Treasurer.

Members of the Insurance Association are required to remit to Division Secretaries within thirty days from date of this notice, and the Division Secretaries to the General Secretary and Treasurer within ten days thereafter, on penalty of forfeiting their membership. (See Section 25. page 80, of By-Laws.)

Secretaries in sending remittances will send same to and make all drafts, express money orders or postoffice money orders payable to M. H. SHAY, General Secretary and Treasurer. Secretaries located in Canada will please remit by draft or express money order. We will not accept packages of money sent by express, unless charges have been prepaid. The JOURNAL closes on the 18th of each month. Claims received after that day will lie over until the succeeding month.

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967 A. B. Perkins 61 968 R. V. Fallon...

37 969 M. Sexton..

37 970 Henry Conle 971 R. M Gilker.

46 972 Frank Gleaser... 46 973 Thos. McGrath.... 38 974 John F. Wilson..

34 975 H. G. Lewton ..... 37 976 W. J. Gay...... 60 977 Jas, Caruso..

31 978 S. A. Kauffman.. 97 979 W. H. Capell 26 980 P. W. Bedell... 28 981 J. W. Shannon... 43 982 M. H. Murphy... 50 983 L. J. Mulford, 73 984 J. B. Fitzpatrick 48 985 John A. Carlin ... 65 986 L. E. Burges 27 987 Jacob Rose

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212 Jan. 18, 888. Nov. 10, 1906. A poplexy

$1500 E. H. Perkins, son. 187 Dec. 22, 1897. Nov. 12, 1906. Killed ...

1500 Jane A, Fallon, m. 225 Oct, 22, 1903 Dec. 5, 1906. Tuberculosis 1500 Lizzie Sexton, s.

55 Aug. 1, 1870. Dec. 12, 1906. Cirrhosis of liver... 1500 Mrs. W. B. Rogers, s. 399 Nov. 10, 1892. Dec. 15, 1906. Killed,

1500 Lizzie E. Gilkey, w. 254 Sept. 22, 1887. Dec. 19, 1906. Heart failure. 4500 Mrs. Frk Gleaser, w 593 Nov. 16, 1902. Dec. 24, 1906. Heart failure. 750 children. 469 Mch. I, 1903 Dec. 25, 1906. Strangulation.. 2230 Mrs.Christ, Wilson, w 372 Apr. 1, 1905. Dec. 26, 1906. Peritonitis.

1500 W.&I.M.Lewtou, f&s 218 Mch. 10, 1881. Dec. 27, 1906. Myocarditis 4500 Mrs. W. J. Guy, w, 232 July 17, 1906. Jan. 2, 1907. Killed

3000 Mariangela Caruso, w 250 Jan. 20, 1887. Jan. 5. 1907. Acute indigestion. 1500 MaryC. Kauffman, w 331 May. 3. 1903. Jan. 25, 1907 Left leg amputa'ed 3000 Self... 238 Dec. 5, 1906. Jan. 6, 1907. Killed ..

1500 Wm. A. Bedell, b. 550 Mch. 15, 1903. Jan. 10, 1907. Tuberculosis.... 750 Marg. Shannon, s. 560 Jan. 16. 1893. Jan. 12, 1907. Killed..

3000 Mrs.M.A.Murphy, w 271 Apr. 5, 1887. Jan. 12, 1907. A poplexy... 3000 Sarah J. Mulford, w. 459 May 10, 1903. Jan. 13, 1907. Killed

1500 Lewis Fitzpatrick, b 291 Apr. 14, 1887. Jan. 13, 1907. Heart failure 3000 Children, 40 Mch, 26, 1905. Feb. 2, 1907. Heart failure

1900 675 Apr. 2. 1894. Feb. 14. 1907. Killed.....

1500 Bella&W. Rose, w.&S.

No.of
Ass't.

No.of

750 Self.

...........

Date
Date of

Amt.
Name.

of
Death or

Cause of Death of
Admission. Disa b.lity.

or Disability.

To Whom Payable.

Ins. 988 E. McQueen.... 43 471 Sept. 26, 1893. Feb. 14, 1907. Killed...

1500 Mrs. E. McQueen, w 989 B. B. Bobbitt

291 Mch. 16, 1893. Jan. 14, 1907. Typhoid fever.. 1500 Children, 990 J. W. Clemens.... 38 8 Aug. II, 1902. Jan. 14. 1907. Killed.

750 Elizabeth Clemens, w 991/C. P. Zufall... 39 50 Oct. 6, 1900. Jan. 14, 1907. Killed..

750 Ella F. Zufall, w. 992 F.T.Osbornl'ht'r 23

87 Jan.

6, 1907. Jan. 14, 1907. Appendicitis. 1500 G. Osbornlighter, m. 993 R. M. Carleton. 43 201 Oct. 20, 1903. Jan. 16, 1907. Rupture..

1500 Sarah E. Carleton, w 994 H. P. Halvick..... 32 298 Jan. 22, 1905. Jan. 16, 1907. Killed..

1500 Auna A. Halvick, m. 993 M. O. Klaban 31 252 Nov. 9, 1904. Jan. 18, 1907. Killed

1500 Minnie Klaban, w. 996 J. J. McMahon ... 33 445 May 8, 1904. Jan. 18, 1907. Killed

1500 Ella McMahou, w. 997 Jas. McCauley..... 59 00 Jan. 5, 1891. Jan. 18, 1907. Heart disease 1500 Mrs. J McCauley, w 998 F. W. Bartel. 37 396 Dec. 27, 1906 Jan. 19, 1907. Drowned

3000 Alice D. Bartel, w. 999 J. P. Phillips 69 171 Apr. 6, 1887. Jan. 19, 1907. Heart trouble... 3000 Helen R. Phillips. 1000 A. Cunningham... 46 187 June 9, 1899. Jan. 19, 1907. Left leg amputat'd 1001 H. C. Smith

74 75 Apr. 19, 1891. Jan. 19, 1907. Uræmia 1002 Fred J. Williams 37

3000 Children. 486 Jan. 6, 1904. Jan. 19, 1907. Right arm ampied

750 Self. 1003 E.T. McConaghy 47 596 Jau. 25, 18 ji. Jan. 20, 1907. Killed...

1500 H. McConaghy, w. 1004 J. W. Watson 46 644 May 20, 1905. Jan. 21, 1907. Paralysis

1500 Minerva J. Watson, m 1005 R. D. Johnson.... 40 265 Mch. 4. 1896. Jan. 21, 1,07. Killed..

3000 L. Blanche Johnson, w 1006 D. S. Reader

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342 Aug. 14, 1891. Jan. 22, 1907. Apoplexy.

3000 Mrs. D. S. Reader, w 1007 P. J. Fahey..... 45 156 June 4, 1900. Jan, 22, 1907 Killed.

1500 Sevilla Fahey, w. 1008 Chas. Frear........ 34 404 Aug. 12, 1906. Jan. 22, 1907. Killed ..

3000 Phoebe H. Frear, w. 1009/ S. H. Burk 42 75 Oct. 21, 1906. Jan. 23, 1907. Killed...

1500 Verita M. Burk, w. 1010 C. H. Banning 60 276 Mar. 25, 1886. Jan. 24, 1907. Apoplexy.

3000 Julia Banning, w. von Jas. Brown, jr.... 33 472 July 12, 1903. Jan, 25, 1907. Typhoid fever.. 1500 Jas. Brown, sr., f. 1012 A. W. Clarke 37 246 July 1, 1873. Jan. 26, 1907. Cancer.

1500 Mrs. A. W. Clarke, w 1013 Henry Van Horn 40 492 Sept. 26, 1904. Jau, 26, 1907. Hemorrhage 1500 Mrs. N. Van Horn, w 1014 J. M. Taylor..

30 Aug. 16, 1899. Jan. 26, 1907. Typhoid fever.. 1500 Lena Taylor w. 1015 W. A. Hinds. 37 427 Feb. 22, 1897.au. 27, 1907. Apoplexy.

3000 Wife and children, 1016 W. E. Rhoads....

40 316 Jan. 11, 1905. Jail, 27, 1907. Appendicitis .. 1500 Martha Rhoads, w. 1017 MA, Fitzpatrick 27 418 Mch. 11, 1906. Jan. 29, 1907. Killed.

1500 Cath. Fitzpatrick, w 1018 John Sharp... 45 673 Aug. 28, 1904. Jan. 29, 1907. Catarrh gall blad'r 1500 Catherine Sharp, w. 1019 C. Cota 30 418 June 24 1906 Jan. 29, 1907. Killed ........

1500 Minnie Cota, w. 1020 Jno. Cummins.... 62 248 Sept. 14. 1888 Jan. 29, 1907. Apoplexy

3000 Joseph'e Cummins, w 1021 W. C. Bender 46 12 Mch. 20, 1904. Jan. 30, 1907. Killed.

1500 Naucy J. Bender, w. 1022 John Brunion.... 82 29 July 25, 1868. Jan. 30, 1907. La Grippe

3000 Children. 1023 1. W. Lott .. 53 235 Sept. 8, 1883. Feb. 1, 1907. Nephritis

4500 Mrs I. &L.Lott,w&d. 1024). H. Stimson...

39 102 Feb.

7, 1904. Feb. 3, 1907. Typhoid fever...... 1500 Mae Stimsou, w. 1025 F. H. Morrow..

43 148 Feb. 1026 H. L. Carbough.. 73

1, 1891. Feb. 3, 1907. Heart disease..... 1500 Victoria Morrow, w, 135 Jan. I, 1868. Feb. 3. 1907.

3000 Mary E. Carlough. 1027 Hugh Reddie....... 75 70 Feb. 12, 1874. Feb. 6, 1907. Diabetes..

3000 Mary Reddie, w. 1028 A. D. Hall..

62 457 Feb. 16, 1883. Feb. 6, 1907. Heart disease 4500 Mrs. Permelia Hall. 1029 H. L. Young. 44 445 Dec. 20, 1889. Feb. 6, 1907. Heart disease

4500 Maggie Young, w. 1030 Henry Snyder 42 44: July 6, 1892. Feb. 6, 1907. Paralysis

1500 Carrie Snyder, w. 1031 E. B. Cheney

57 86 Mch. 19, 1898.Feb. 7, 1907. Bright's disease.. 1500 Lucretia Cheney, w. 1032 Martin Cline 43 253 Apr. 26, 1903. Feb. 7, 1907. Killed....

3000 Ella Cline, w. 1033 H. J. Du Shane. 30 650 Mch. 19, 1906 Feb. 8, 1907. Typhoid fever.. 1500 Maude DuShane, w. 1034 J. J. Fitzgerald... 34 536 Aug. 9, 1903 Feb. 8, 1907. Hemorrhage 1500 Cath. Fitzgerald, w. 1035 W. R. Owen..

71 18 Feb. 11, 1889. Feb. 8, 1907. Arterio-sclerosis... 4500 Wise and children. 1036 Jas, Cassell. 64 34 Jan. 14, 1870. Feb. 9, 1907. Pneumonia

3000 Elizabeth J. Cassell, 1037 J. F. Findley 41 74 Apr. 4, 1904. Feb. 10, 1907. Hemorrhage 1500 Bertha Findley, w. 1038 j. W. Potter

69 237 Sept. 9, 1899. Feb. II, 1907. Paralysis..... 1500 Mrs. J. W. Porter, w 1039 Ed Smith..... 39 444 Apr. 13, 1903. Feb. 11, 1907. Killed..

1500 Kate Smith, w. 1040 Wm. Gadwood... 39 292 Apr. 9, 1899. Feb. 13, 1907. Killed

1500 Children. 10411J. Volquette .. 29 2921 Apr. 3. 1905. Feb. 13, 1907. Killed ..

1500 Nora Volquette, w. Total number of claims, 75. Total amount of claims, $155,250.

Acknowledgments.

Acknowledgments have been received from the following Beneficiaries for amounts stated in settlement of claims paid:

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