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91, Toronto, Ont.—Frank Purvis, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Toronto. Donald Goary, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. M. R. Collins, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Harold Thatcher, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Edward C. Hollaway, age 39 years; at trade twenty-six years; learned trade in Peterborough, England; has also worked in London, England, and Toronto. George A. Rennoby, age years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Woodbridge, England; has also worked in London, England, and London, Ont.

104, Birmingham, Ala.—Herman Harper, age 24 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Talladega, Ala.; has also worked in Montevallo, Ala.; has never before applied for membership. Luke W. Jones, age 28 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Bessemer, Ala.; has also worked in Ensley, Ala. S. A. W. Williams, jr., age 22 years; learned trade in Richmond, Va.; has also worked in Roanoke, Va. J. H. Williamson, age 42 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in various of. fices; was proprietor of an office in Bessemer; has also worked in Roanoke, Va., and Memphis, Tenn.

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118, Des Moines, Iowa–A. J. Shrader, age 61 years; at trade forty-eight years; formerly a mem. ber, of No. 1 18. C. W. Spencer, age 32 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade in Hamburg, Iowa; has also worked in Shenandoah, Atlantic and Iowa City, Iowa. Henry Wittkowski, age 21 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Des Moines, Iowa. W. R. Eckels, age 58 years; at trade thirty-eight years; learned trade in Shar. on, Pa.; has also worked in Oil City, Pittsburg and Newcastle, Pa.; formerly a member of Oil City Union. M. Will Billingsley, age 20 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in De Soto, Mo::... has also worked in Osceola, Iowa. Claude L. Waldron, age 35 years; at trade nineteen years;

learned trade in Defiance, Iowa;, has also worked in Bedford, Correction ville and Adair, Iowa. 122, Kalamazoo, Mich.-Harry Charles Van Est, age, 29 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Kalamazoo; has also worked in Chicago. 131, New York, N. Y. (Bohemian)—Joseph Luschek, age 23 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Kosica, Hungary; has also worked in Pittsburg, Pa.; now working in New York.

136, Duluth, Minn.—Miss Effie Morrison, age 24 years; at trade eight years; served apprenticeship in Ironwood, Mich.: now working at §. Minn.; never made application before. E. J. McLeod, age 34 years; learned trade at Rice Lake, Wis.; was formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse at Eau Claire, Wis., about 1904. 138, Austin, Texas—John Tate, age 19 years; learned trade in Lockhart, Texas; has also worked in San Marcos, Texas. 14o, Bismarck, N. D.—J. A. Baudry, age 3o ears; formerly a member of No. 376, but alowed card to ipse while not following the trade.

145, Montreal, P. Q.-Alf Lallemand, age 36 rears; at trade twenty years; learned trade in France, where he worked in various cities. Emil Faisy, age 28 years; at trade twelve years; has worked in various offices in Montreal. Elzear Noreau, age 50 years; at trade thirty-six years; learned trade in Quebec; has also worked in different offices in Montreal. J. A. Therien, age 20 years; at trade five years; has worked in Montreal.

155, Shreveport, La.-Clyde Brosius, age 25 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Cleburne, Texas; has also worked in Brown wood and Bridgeport, Texas, and Altus, Okla.; formerly a member of Brownwood (Texas) Union, but allowed membership to lapse while in unorganized towns.

165, Worcester, Mass.-Cornelius I. Minahan; at trade eight years; learned trade in Lawrence, Mass.; has also worked in Portland, Me., and Boston, Mass. Clifford S. Walker; learned trade in Norwood, Mass.; has also worked in Columbus, Ga., and New York city.

177, Springfield, Ill.—Waldo F. Adams, age 22 years; at trade eight years; has never worked in †. organized town; learned trade in Dodge City, an.

179, Leadville, Colo.—Oliver A. Leonard, age 37 so at trade twenty years in Leadville, Colo.; as also worked in Denver, Colo., and Chicago, Ill.: formerly a member of Denver and Chicago Unions, but allowed membership to lapse while editing a paper.

100, Omaha, Neb.-Howard B. Havens, age 32 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Atkinson, Neb.; has also worked in Madison, Neb., and Kankakee, Ill.

202, Seattle, Wash.-W. R. Morrow, age 20 years; at trade four and one-half years. William C. Agne, age 44 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in Buffalo, N. Y.; formerly a member of No. 202, but allowed membership to lapse while out of the business. N. J. Bartlett, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in West Sanders, Cornwall, England. Frank B. Covington, age 38 years; at trade twenty-four years; learned trade in Little Rock, Ark. ; has also worked in Olympia, Wash.; formerly a member of Seattle and Little Rock Unions, but allowed membership to lapse. M. C. Bennett, age 22 years; at trade five years; has worked in various offices in Seattle. . H. Perry, age 49 years; at trade twenty-one years: , learned trade in Coldwater, Mich; ; was a member of Great Falls Union; took withdrawal card in 1907. G. M. Ainslee, age 35 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Ukiah, Cal. W. H. Montgomery, age 39 years; at trade twenty-seven years; learned trade in St. Thomas, Canada; was member of No. 202 in 1907, o allowed card to lapse while following other pursuits.

221, San Diego, Cal—Louis H. Gotthardt, age

47 years; at trade twenty-six years; learned trade in Troy, N. Y.; now working in San Diego; has also worked in Highland and Riverside. Cal.; was suspended for non-payment of dues by Los Angeles Union in 1907.

224, Brockton, Mass.-E. C. Holmes, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Phillips, Me...; has also worked in Boston and Whitman. Irving W. Sanford, age 22 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Brockton. Thomas L. Crawford, age 33 years; at trade ten years; formerly a member of foil. Union, but was suspended.

23o, Danville, Ill.—Lewis A. , Smith, age 41 ears; at trade twenty years; learned trade in *owler, Kan. ; has also worked in Hoopeston and Cissna Park, Ill.; never before applied for membership.

243, Hutchinson, Kan.—E. Sorenson, age 35 years; at trade twenty-one years; learned trade in McCook, Neb.; has also worked for the past seventeen years in Perry, Okla.; formerly applied for membership in Wichita, but left before final action was taken; now in Hutchinson. Charles E. Campbell, age 33 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Syracuse, N. Y.; has also worked in Nampa, Idaho, and Garden City, , Kan. ; now employed in Hutchinson; never before applied for membership.

244, Cumberland, Md.—Fred A. Crockett, age 37 years; at trade ten years; learned trade at Keene, N. H.; has also worked at Olean, N. Y.; Bradford, Pa., and Keyser, W. Va.; formerly a member of No. 185, but allowed membership to lapse through failure to pay dues while city editor. Leonard Lochner, age 32 years; at trade nineteen years; formerly worked in Oakland, Md., and Lonaconing, Md. ; was member of No. 244, but allowed card to lapse on account of sickness.

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years; at trade three years; never before applied for membership.

336, Oneida, N. Y. —Dan Bowen, age 53 years; learned trade at Danville, Pa.; has also worked in Andover, Ohio, and North Gerard, Pa.

338, Charlotte, N. C.—A. W. Hunt, age 23 years; worked at trade eight years; worked at Washington, D. C.; formerly a member of No. 1 or, but allowed membership to lapse.

330, Beaumont, Texas—T. H. Irvin, age 22 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Victoria, Texas; has also worked in Houston.

341, Spartanburg, S. C.—J. Stuart Price, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Greenville, S. C.; has also worked in Columbia and Greenville, S. C., and Washington, D. C.

343, Fort Scott, Kan.—L. R. Shreve, age 2 years; at trade seven and one-half years; learne trade in Mason. City, Iowa; has also worked in Shawnee and Chelsea, Okla.; formerly a member of Mason City (Iowa) Union, but allowed membership to lapse.

349, Waterloo, Iowa–Lawrence Kearney, age 20 years; at trade four years. 352, Phoenix, Ariz. –W. M. Dunlar, age 34 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade on Arizona Gazette: has also worked in Los Angeles, Cal., and Tucson, Ariz. 353, Newport, News, Va.-Harry Irvine, age 20 years; worked past five years in office of Warwick Printing Company. 356, Jacksonville, Ill.—W. O. Markam, age 21 years; learned trade at Riverton; worked at trade four years; also worked at Roodhouse, Monticello and Winchester. 363, Jackson, Miss.-J. S. Grice, age 23 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Cleveland, Miss.; has also worked in Gulfport and Corinth, Miss. P. K. Whitney, age 44 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Fayette, Miss.; has always worked in unorganized towns.

365, Seymour, Conn.—John Armstrong, age 26 rears; worked at trade ten years; learned trade in erby, Conn.; has also worked in Washington,

368, Litchfield, Ill.—Orville G. Sinclair, age 24 }." at trade eight years: learned trade in Caryle, Ill. : now working in Staunton, Ill.; has also worked in Sparta, Ill. W. M. Gage, age 27 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade at New Bloomfield, Pa.; has also worked at Marysville, Pa.; Ramsey, Pa., and Hillsboro, Ill.

377, Atlantic City, N. J.-William M. Massey, age 39 years; at trade twenty-four years; has worked in Philadelphia and Atlantic City; formerly member of No. 377, but allowed membership to lapse. Clarence II. Lovett, age 21 so at trade five years; learned trade in Cape May and Atlantic City; never made application before.

406, Mason City, Iowa–N. J. Lease, age 19 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Wahpeton, N. D.; has always worked in unorganized towns; never applied before. 408, Ottawa, Kan.-W. H. Nugent, age 41 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade at Ogdensburg, N. §. was a former member of Worcester (Mass.) Union, but allowed card to lapse through not working at trade, afterward in country. 414, Marshalltown, Iowa–Al Norris, age, 26 years; at trade nine years: learned trade in Anamosa, Iowa; has also worked in Creston and Chariton, Iowa. 417. Fort William, Can.—George E. Jenkins, age 1 years; at trade ten years; formerly a member of egina Union, but allowed card to lapse while out of the business. 422, Natchez, Miss.-Richard Wilke, , age 35 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Chicago: has also worked in Port Washington; formerly a member of Natchez Union.

425, Canon City, Colo.—Frank E. Hayner, age 25 years; worked at trade four years; learned trade in Gallatin, Mo.; also worked at Great Bend, Kan. Edith M. Whitmore, age 23 years; worked at trade eight years; learned trade in Purcell, Okla.; has also worked in Concordia and Osborne, Kan.

429, Battle Creek, Mich.-W. A. Misick, age 3o years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Sancroft, Mich.; formerly a member of Battle Creek Union, but allowed membership to lapse on account of non-payment of dues.

430, Miami, Fla.-W. T. Manning, age 50 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Weldon, N. C. L. F. Shaffer, age 47 years; at trade twenty-six years; learned trade in Albert Lea, Minn.; has also worked in Atlanta, Ga., and Decatur, Ga. D. Harry Witherspoon, age 58 years; at trade thirty-seven years: learned trade in Lexington, S. C.; has also worked in Ocala and Miami, Fla., and Valdosta, Ga.; formerly a member, but allowed membership to lapse.

439, Bakersfield, Cal.—T)on T. Stewart, age 20 years; at trade four years; has also worked in Napa, Cal.

456, Washington, Pa.—W. W., Carter, age 34 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Gallipolis, Ohio; has also worked in Steubenville, Ohio; Meadville, Pa., and Butler, Pa.; was member at one time, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized town.

464, Vinita, Okla.-Charles E. Hoole, age 23

years; at trade four years; learned trade at Hooker, Okla. 484, Muskogee, Okla.-William G. Messinger,

age 32 years; learned trade in Rantoul, Ill.; has also worked in Champaign and Decatur, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo.; formerly a member of Decatur (Ill.) Union, but allowed membership to lapse.

485, Westerville, Ohio–Leonard H. Cook, age 21 years; at trade five years in Sunbury and Westerville.

488, Princeton, Ind.—Bruce Bucklin, age a 1 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Princeton, Ind.

400, Okmulgee, Okla.—Montague Gibson, age 29 years; at trade thirteen years; now working in Henrietta, Okla.; has also worked in Kingfisher, Mulhall and Perry, Okla.: formerly a member of Muskogee Union, but allowed card to lapse while in country towns.

502, Chillicothe, Ohio–Albert Hafler, age 23 years; at trade five years in Chillicothe, Ohio.

505, Wichita Falls, Texas–H. A. Armstrong, age 28 years; at trade eight years; learned trade at Norman, Okla.; now working at Wichita Falls, Texas; also worked at Norman, Okla., and Mangum, Okla.

5 16, Norwalk, Ohio–Arthur Hartzel, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Bellevue, Ohio; has also worked in Chicago, Ohio; never applied for admission before.

533, Huntington, W. Va.-Homer Klem, age 36 years; at trade twenty-one years; learned trade in Lawrenceburg, Ky. 552, Ada, Okla.-Homer E. Matthews, age 23 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Ada, Okla.; has also worked in Roff, Okla., and Frederick, Okla. 572, Marshall, Texas—W. B. Fhrman, age 42 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade at Bloomfield, Texas; worked at Craig, Colo.; Eldora, Iowa, and Unionville, Mo.; was formerly a member of Minneapolis Union. 580, Burlington, Vt.—Charles R. Callahan, age 47 years; at trade twenty-one years; learned trade at Newburgh, N. Y. 584. Independence, Kan.—C. A. Wilkinson, age 22 years; has worked in Los Angeles, Cal., and Fullerton, Neb.; formerly held a card, but allowed same to lapse while outside the jurisdiction of a union. Jewell Sage, age 18 years; at trade five years; learned trade and has always worked in

Independence, Kan. Paul Drake, age 29 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Chetopa, Kan. ; has worked in Kansas City, Mo., and Coffeyville, Kan. ; never made application before. 591, Pekin, Ill.—Albert O'Hern; has worked at Louisville, Ky.; formerly a member, but let card lapse. 594, Mount Carmel, Ill.–Fred C. Mayhall, age 25 years; at trade five and one-half years; learned trade in Oakland City, Ind. ; has also worked in Osceola, Ark., and Mount Carmel, Ill. A. J. Enbody, age 49 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Princeton, Ind. ; has also worked in Evansville and Oakland City, Ind. ; joined Evansville Union in 1886, but took out withdrawal card and lost it. 596, Houghton, Mich.-Earl C. Kiser, age 21 years; at trade five and one-half years; learned trade at Gilman, Ill. ; has also worked at Watseka, Ill.; has never before made application. 623, Fitchburg, Mass.-Sydney James, age 39 ears; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in .ngland; now working in Fitchburg. Peter Brenzis, age 22 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Boston, Mass.; never applied for admission before. 638, Salina, Kan.—Walter J. Benjamin, age 24 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in. Herington, Kan. ; formerly a member of Topeka Union. 648, Bartlesville, Okla.-Arthur A. Hurley, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Brighton, Cal. 661, Chandler, Okla.-M. L. Hall; at trade seven years; learned trade in Chandler, Okla. 671, Morris, Ill.—Julius W. Hagerdon, age 37 years; made application in Green Bay, Wis., but left before application was acted upon. 675. Marion, Ohio–M. L. Miller, age 67 years; at trade fifty-two years; learned trade in Bucyrus, Ohio; was a member of Marion No. 675, but allowed membership to lapse on the disorganization of the union.

PENSION APPLICATIONS.

[Objections to the granting of the old age pension to the following petitioners must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. |

4, Albany, N. Y.

Kennedy, William J.-Age 70 years; originally joined Albany Union in 1892; has been a continuous member of that local for eighteen years.

Rockwell, John R.—Age 77 years; originally joined Troy (N. Y.). Union in 1864; has been a continuous member of Albany (N. Y.) Union for fourteen years. - 5, Columbus, Ohio.

Hymrod, Henry C.—Age 73 years; originally joined Columbus Union in 1865; has been a continuous member of that union for forty-five years.

6, New York, N. Y. Pauer, Melanchton P.-Age 60 years; originally joined New York Union in 1880; has been a continuous member of that union for thirty-one years. Deller, George T.-Age 70 years; originally joined New York Union in 1898: has been a continuous member of that union for twelve years. Fitch, Charles H.-Age 75 years; originally joined New York Union in 1862; has been a continuous member of that union for fourteen years. Ormsby, Henry W.-Age 70 years; originally joined New York Union in 1874; has been a continuous member of that union for thirty-six years. Testut, Charles .T. -Age 60 years; originally joined New York Union in 1886; has been a continuous member of that union for twenty-four

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been affiliated with St. Louis Union; claims continuous membership for ten years.

13, Boston, Mass.

Bugbee, Jose E.-Age 60 years; originally joined Boston, Mass., Union in 1873; has been a continuous member of that union for twenty-two years.

Semple, Alexander—Age 84 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1872; has been a continuous member of that union for fourteen years.

Watson, Benjamin F.—Age 88 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1856; has been a continuous member of that union for fifteen years.

16, Chicago, Ill.

. Carlin, Alexander—Age, 68 years; originally joined Scottish Typographical Union in 1863; since 1874 has been affiliated with unions in New York and Chicago; claims continuous membership for forty-three years.

Gilbert, E. T.-Age 75 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1863; has been a continuous member for eleven years.

Harvey, William H.-Age 77 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1855; has been a continuous member of that union for thirty years. Joyner, Samuel T.--Age 79 years; originally joined New Orleans (La.) Union in 1865; has een a continuous member of Chicago Union for eight years; has been a continuous member of the organization for seventeen years. Ross, Frank D.—Age years; originally joined Buffalo (N. Y.) Union K. 9 in 1855; has been a continuous member of Chicago Union for fortyfive years. West, Henry R.—Age 71 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1897; has been a continuous member of that union for thirteen years.

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16, Chicago, Ill. Francis J. Schulte. 21, San Francisco, Cal. William J. Coffey. 58, Portland, Ore. Charles H. Hill. 1 or, Washington, D. C. William C. Sefton. 173, Dallas, Texas. Robert W. Loughery. 401, Hazleton, Pa. Francis S. Eichholtz.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

Anaconda, Mont.—President, H. A. Denny; vicepresident, John Green; secretary-treasurer, Dan Dunn; recording secretary, C. B. Shryock; sergeant-at-arms, tto }*; executive committee, Charles A. Houck, M. R. King, George Roddy, W. H. Hamilton and William Howarth; International Typographical Union auditing board, C. A. Houck, George Roddy, M. R. King; delegates to Anaconda Central Labor Council, J. C. Lucey, H. M. Drachman, W. H. Hamilton and H. A. Denny. Barre, Vt.—President, L. O. Carpenter; viceresident, C. J. Pillsbury; secretary-treasurer, S. . Dady; recording secretary, L. A. Carpenter. Batavia, N. Y. –President, William H. Rial; vice-president, Bert D. Brewer; secretary-treasurer, Arthur N. Keehn; recording secretary, William E. Winters; sergeant-at-arms, Daniel F. Pfeifer; delegate to central labor union for eighteen months, Edward Fix. Beaumont, Texas–President, Thomas J. Grant; vice-president. C. L. Breckon; recording secretary, Charles Clements; financial secretary, C. E. Drake; treasurer, John Schneider; sergeant-at-arms, J. R. Blackwell; executive committee, J. H. Hamilton, chairman. L. R. Gripon and J. R. Blackwell; auditing committee, J. H. Hanson, chairman, Albert March banks and Ernest Beekman; label committee, O. H. Brooks, chairman, J. F. Hoxey and C. A. Culmore. Boise, Idaho-President, Fred Allen; vice-president, R. H. Park; secretary-treasurer, J. C. Flaherty; chairman executive committee, C. S. Bickley. Burlington, Vt.—President, Arthur Prevost: vice-president, Thomas Nash; secretary-treasurer, H. Hurtubise; corresponding-recording secretary. Arthur J. Cayo; sergeant-at-arms, John Lonergon; executive committee, A. II. Duhamel, A. A. Rousseau, John Lonergon. Butler, Pa.—President, Harry A. Herth; viceresident. George F. Goshorn; secretary-treasurer, aymond Turner; sergeant-at-arms, P. L. Keil; so. E. V. Donnell, C. W. Reiber, Charles Miller.

Cambridge, Mass.-President, P. Henry Casey; vice-president, John J. Brown; secretary-treasurer, Max Merk; recording secretary, John G. Ryan; sergeant-at-arms, John J. Cooper; auditors, C. E. Bramhall, D. B. Eaton and O. G. Banks; trustees, J. J. Brown, S. Margolin, C. F. Leary; delegates to central labor union, M. Merk, C. E. Bramhall, J. G. Ryan, J. J. Brown and E. Seers; delegates to allied printing trades council, I. F. White, P. H. Casey and C. F. Leary; committee of inquiry, { !. Brown (ex-officio), C. F. Leary and O. G. anks.

. Canon. City, Colo-President, James Jansma: §o. E. C. Shumway; secretary-treasurer, G. W. Miles; sergeant-at-arms, Frank Shumway. Charleston, W. Va.--President, W. P. Campbell; vice-president, Joe J. Emerick; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Kate Snyder; recording secretary, Howard S. Jarrett; corresponding secretary, D. C. Lovett, jr.; auditing committee, J. L. Boswell, J. A. Hun

ter, jr. and W. E. Rogerman; sergeant-at-arms, L. D. White.

Cleburne, Texas—President, Ed Smith; vicepresident, Clyde Buchanan; secretary-treasurer, George Dobbs; executive committee, Will A. Gardner, A. D. Wells and Clyde Buchanan; sergeant-at-arms, Travis Yeager. Clinton, Iowa–President, J. J. Murphy; viceresident, R. C. Turner; recording secretary, Carl loomberg; secretary-treasurer, T. Thomsen; sergeant-at-arms, Mark Meader; delegates to labor congress, C. Hofmann, R. C. Turner, T. C. Thomseil.

Colorado Springs, Colo.—President, E. C. Starrett; .*.*." J. J. McCarty; recording secrectary, Glenn E. Black; financial secretary, J. H. Ingledue.

Columbus, Ga.-President, R. F. Ellis; viceresident, Č. f. Hoyle; secretary and treasurer, idney A. Frazer; sergeant-at-arms, James Allen; executive committee, W. C. Mitchell, J. W. Lewis and C. B. IIoyle; auditing committee, R. L. Tondee, F. A. Monroe, Ora Petry; label committee, on A. Frazer, G. L. Aydelotte and W. C. itchell.

Coshocton, Ohio–President, vice-president, R. Carnes; secretary-treasurer, C. Brownfield; recording secretary, H Barnes; sergeant-at-arms, J. W. McDowell; executive committee, R. Kirkpatrick, W. Dietz, Charles Islackburn; delegates to central trades council, C. W. Brownfield, G. Ordway, Lou Quackenbush, T., N., Murray, J. W. McDowell; sick committee, A. G. Webster, Gus Krumholtz, W. H. Barnes: delegates printing trades council, G. C. Ordway, T. N. Murray, R. R. Carnes.

Council Bluffs, Iowa–President, J. R. Van

orn; vice-president, C. H. Graham; secretary, U. G. Cox; treasurer, Peter J. Fisher; executive committee, P. J. Guilfoyle, V. L. Ripley, Si Showalter; sergeant-at-arms, Horace M. Taylor.

Edmonton, Alta., Can.—President, T. E. Rutherford; vice-president, George Campbell; secretarytreasurer, Alex R. Groff; sergeant-at-arms, G. A. Gribble; executive committee, Powers, A. G. Pallister and the president, vice-president and secretary-treasurer; delegates to trades and labor council, S. J. Harms, Jos. Adair and W. Jones.

Flkhart, Ind.—President, C. Liven good; vicepresident, W. A. Grott; recording secretary, H. Kriegbaum; secretary-treasurer, A. J. Koerth; sergeant-at-arms, Archie Budler.

Emporia, Kan.—President, Carl V. Eckdall; vice-president, Carl E. Goodwin; secretary-treasurer, Otis L. Jillson; recording secretary, George Caspari; executive committee, C. B. Jones, chairman, Means and Carl E. Goodwin; label committee, W. J. Means, chairman, Otis L. Jillson and J. H. Schottler.

Flint, Mich.--President, Robert D. Cox; vicepresident. James M. French; financial secretary, Guy C. Gibb; recording secretary, Leroy H. Clark; sergeant-at-arms, William R. ão. auditing committee, B. J. Flannery, G. C. Gibb, Leroy H. Clark; executive committee, James . French, Earl Wright, William Hancock. Bert Clark, David H. Mummery, Leroy Clark, William R. Hoffman; label committee, Guy C. Gibb, H. P. Tracey, Bert Clark. . Great Falls, Mont.—President, Charles Crago; Vogo; E. B. Shafer; secretary-treasurer, W. F., Bennyhoff: sergeant-at-arms, R. R. Marsh; executive committee, E. B. Shafer, Richard Straub, F. J. Liesenfeld: label committee, T. F. White, M. E. Parrish, Roy Weymouth; reading clerk, J. N. White. . Hutchinson, Kan-President, H. L. Watson; vice-president, Art M. Ward; secretary-treasurer, Vernon Gray; executive board, M. A. Marsh, Blaine Harrel; sergeant-at-arms, C. R. Newberry. Keokuk, Iowa–President, A. K. Stewart; vicepresident, Frank Moore; recording secretary, Alfred Windler; financial secretary, A. L. Hemen

T. N. Murray;

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