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Items, for the official columns of The Journal should be prepared on a separate sheet, and the style of the paper followed as closely as possible. Such items should not be made a part of a ietter dealing with other subjects, for if this is done the items are likely to be overlooked, even though the greatest care be exercised. Write as plainly as possible—especially proper names—using one side of the sheet only. All official matter must be in the hands of the editor BEFor E THE Twent ETH of EACH Mont H, to insure insertion in the issue immediately, following. The observance of , the foregoing will tend to insure what is desired by all— promptness and accuracy in the publication of official matter.

Communications for the correspondence department of THE Jou RNAL must be in the hands of the editor BEFoRE T H E t w ENTIETH of Each Mont H to insure insertion in the issue immediately following. No communication will be published that does not bear the full name of the writer.

THE JOURNAL MAILING LIST.

When a member requests a change in his JourNAL address, he should give the name and number of the union with which he is affiliated, together with his present and former address.

Additions to the mailing list can only be made when received through the local secretary. Members not receiving the magazine should furnish the local secretary with their addresses.

Additions, corrections or alterations reported by local secretaries should be kept separate from other correspondence. When a member deposits his card, and his name is reported for the subscription list, the secretary should state where the member previously received THE Journal, and give the name and number of the union with which he was affil

iated. When a member draws his card, is suspended or expelled, or in any manner ceases to be an active member of the local, the secretary should request that his name be dropped from the mailing list. A large number of those who take cards and remove to unorganized towns fail to renew their cards. To prevent loss in such instances, it has been decided that members holding cards, and located outside of the jurisdiction of a local union, must either deposit their cards with the nearest union and pay dues each month, or pay International dues in advance, in order to get THE JourNAL. Where a cardholder pays his dues to the local in advance, a specific report should be made by the secretary upon the case, in order that the name can be placed on the list and the magazine sent to the member for the time for which dues have been aid. p The 20th of each month is the latest date upon which changes for the succeeding issue can be made on our mailing list. - Upon request, secretaries will be furnished with a copy of the list of their members to whom THE Journal is being sent. All correspondence regarding THE Journal should be addressed to J. W. Hays, Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind.

ADDRESSES WANTED.

“Tommy” Todd, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with Harry Todd, Lima, Ohio.

C. Stanley Holloway, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with O. R. Holloway, Wallace, Idaho.

John B. Scott, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with E. F. W. Smith, care of Sentinel, Fort Lee, N. J

William Riddleburger, last heard from in St. Louis, is requested to communicate with A. H. Alvis, R. R. No. 7, box A, Rogersville, Tenn.

Clarence A. Rowland, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with his father, Ed D. Rowland, care of Franklin Press, Pueblo, Colo.

Samuel W. McAtee, or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with Will Caldwell (administrator), Bloomfield, Davis County, Iowa. Important.

Bert Hastings or Robert Brown, last heard of in Seattle, Wash., or any one knowing his whereabouts, is requested to communicate with J. J. Turnbull, box 303, Galt, Ont., Can.

Walter J. Hemby, last heard from in Helena, Mont., is requested to communicate with E. J. Leavelle, secretary No. 17 o, 208 National Bank of Commerce building, Tacoma, Wash.

Any information as to the whereabouts of Will G. Huntley, who formerly worked in Jacksonville, Tyler, Bia. and Wichita Falls, Texas, will be so appreciated. Wire me at once. Important.

oy Phillips, Jacksonville, Texas.

The addresses of members who worked on Oakland newspapers between January 3, 1910, and October 15, 191 o, is desired by the secretary of Oakland Union No. 36. It is possible that they may have back pay coming to them under a recent arbitration award, and should such be the case, the secretary will endeavor to collect same and forward. Address D. L. Beatty, rooms 3 and 4, 1oss Broadway, Oakland, Cal.

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The addresses of the following members are wanted by Secretary Horace Johnson, - x 103. Memphis, Tenn., that back pay collected from the Commercial Appeal after new scale went into effect may be forwarded to them: H. R. Stewart, H. J. Begnaud, John D. Grove, William Riddleberger, W. B. Carson, Frank Phillips, G. H. Riley, B. A. Greer, Lawrence Simpson, jr., R. L. Burnett, B. L. Ponard.

George W. Armour, James N. Barnez, C. A. Bartlett, Joe Bautsch, Theo. W. Becker, G. A. Bothwell, H. M. Brantley, R. A. Bryant, John R. Cronin, George M. Dennis, #: S. Dillon, J. A. Dillons, C. G. Durbin, M. V. Fairchild, B. M. Heckard, George Hemingway, J. Van Hoesen, James H. Hollis, Charles B. Jennings, Victor Julian, } W. Kernan. Thomas Kernan, John M. Koehl, Frank Lawler. A. W. Mabbett, Charles A. Miller, F. L. Newdick, Fred W. O'Connor, E. E. Overman, C. F. Parker, George W. Perkins, Harry Phelps, H. W. Ridge, William H. Roberts, Clarence J. Seibert, C. C. Sharp, W. J. Shroades, W. F. von Stadtlander, J. T. Starke, John Sullivan, &#" Sullivan, John G. Thiery, W. Van Linder, ill H. Wages, Mont Wheeler, send addresses to J. W. Hays, 640–650 Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind., and get mail.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Any local secretary receiving the card of John ! Laning (register number 50596) is requested to old the same and communicate with Wright Turner, secretary-treasurer of No. 161, box 479, Fall River, Mass.

LOST TRAVELING CARDS.

The following traveling cards have been lost and duplicates issued. any of such cards are presented for deposit they should be taken up and returned to J Hays, 640—65o Newton Claypool building, Indianapolis, Ind. Traveling card issued from headquarters January 31, 1910, to J. N. Smith (register number 501.49). Traveling card issued June 22, 1910, by Chicago Union No. 16 to A. G. Johnson (register number 22478). Traveling card (register number 21, 19 to. Traveling card issued by Los Angeles Union No. 174, October 14, 1910, to Frank J. Smith (register number 12943). Traveling card issued by Denver Union No. 49 under date of October 22, 1910, to W. R. Wilson (register number 6461). Traveling card issued November 20, 1910, by Colorado Springs Union No. 82 to J. J. Garrett (register number 50432). Traveling card issued to William H. Peat (reg. ister number 51634) by New York Union No. 6 under date of May 4, 191 o. Traveling card isued by Oakland Union No. 36 under date of July 25, 191 o, to William B. Atkinson (register number 50o 38). Traveling card issued by South Bend (Ind.) Union No. 1 28 November 1 o, 191 o, to O. M. Byerly (register number 525 17). Traveling card issued to Frank Staley (register number o by Indianapolis Union No. 1 under date of December 5, 1910. Traveling card issued to Harry Atwood (register number 40941) by North Adams Union No. 316 under date of October 14, 191 o. Traveling cards of William J. Fisher (register number 438oz.), John R. Fisher (register number §5? and Charles Kammayer (register number 2334

issued to Arthur C. Sellers 12314) under date of October

Traveling card issued to T. F. Bell (register number 37764) by Butte (Mont.) Union No. 126 under date of August 31, 191 o. Traveling card issued by New York Union No. 6 under date of July 16, 191o, to John G. Bierbaum (register number 49043). Traveling card issued to W. E. Carter (register number 17976) by Oklahoma City Union No. 283 under date of September 29, 1910. Traveling card issued by Ottawa (Kan.) Union No. 408 to Fred B. Cobb (register number 41650) under date of November 22, 1910. Traveling card issued to George O. Yates (register number Náč. by San Jose Union No. 231 under date of November 17, 191 o. Traveling card issued September 17, 1910, to Charles B. Jennings (register number 47257) by Hutchinson (Kan.) Union No. 243. Traveling card issued James B. Mitchell oš. ter number 561 92) by St. Paul (Minn.) Union No. 3o under date of September 15, 1908.

Traveling card issued to W. F. Mullen (register number 5 1253) by the International Typographical Union under date of October 5, 191 o. Traveling card issued to W. B. Cunningham (register number 6328) by Sterling (Ill.) Union No. 282 under date of October 1, 191 o. Traveling card issued to C. S. Holloway (register number 37422) under date of November 23, 191 o, by Oklahoma City Union No. 283. Traveling card issued to S. J. Sillman (register number 38329) by New Philadelphia (Ohio) Union No. 462 under date of August 13, 1910. Traveling card issued to G. W. Cameron (register number 52357) under date of October 3, 191 o, by Wilmington (N. C.) Union No. 556. Honorable withdrawal card issued to W. Earnest Reeves (register number 18671) by St. Louis Union No. 8 under date of September 4, 1910.

Traveling card issued to Charles R. Nolan (register number 6591), by International Typographical Union under date of October 3, 191 o.

Traveling card issued to John S. Rockafellow (register number 50866) by San Antonio (Texas) Union No. 172 under date of September 28, 191o.

Traveling card issued to R. J. Wade (register number 38311) by San Francisco Union No. 21 under date of August 15, 191 o, and reissued by Sacramento Union No. 46 under date of October I 7, 19 Io.

CHARTER ISSUED.

Pullman, Wash., No. 678–Marshall McClure, C. H. Talmage, George D. Stone, Lettie E. Hawkinson, Philip Harris, Karl P. Allen, R. B. Darlington, E. R. Brown, Sanford Coad, S. E. Ratliff.

UNION PRINTERS HOME.

The following is a record of admissions and departures for the month of November, 191 of admitted. 1508–Arch N. Perham, Chicago No. 16; age 51 years; admitted November 11, 191 o. 1527–J. H. Ryan, St. Louis No. 8; age 42 years; admitted November 16, 191 o. 1540–Harry, B. Myer, Pekin No. 591; age 40 years; admitted November 30, 191 o.

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1441—Charles H. Brown, Atlanta No. 48: age 27 years; admitted January 24, 1910; vacated Novem. ber 3, 191 of able to work.

1524–William L. Bland, Pittsburg No. 7: age 41 years; admitted September 21, 191 of vacated No. vember 16, 191 of altitude too high.

1532—J. J. Garrett, Colorado Springs No. 82; age 43 years; admitted October 8, 191 of vacated November 21, 191 o'; able to work. 1456—Wallace H. Hyde, Tampa No. 2 oo; age 4o years; admitted March 19, 191 of vacated November 29, 191 o', able to work. 1521—William B. Tanner, Columbia No. 1 or ; age 48 years; admitted September 11, 191 of vacated November 30, 191 of able to work. CHARLEs DEAcon, Superintendent.

THE DEATH ROLL.

ARMSTRONG, John N-At Toronto, Canada, November 22, 1910, of cancer of liver. Age 65 years. Billings, Hollis C.—At Atlanta, Ga., November 16, 1910, run over by train. Age 75 years. Boyle, Alfred H.-At New York, N. Y., October 17, 191 o, of cardiac dilatation. Age 42 years. BRENNAN, Joh N–At New York, N. Y., October 26, 191 o, of cirrhosis of liver. Age 50 years. BRYANt, Miss E. Louise—At New Haven, Conn., November 19, 191 o, of heart disease. Age 64 years. Cog HLAN, John W.-At New Orleans, La., December 13, 191 o, cause unknown. Age 48 years. Cole, RAYDEN —At Dallas, Texas, November 18, 1910, killed by train. Age 25 years. DAvis, WILLIAM M.—At Kansas City, Mo., December 8, 1910, of cardiac dropsy. Age 38 years. DETzER, Ric HARD-At Evansville, Ind., November 30, 191 o, of tuberculosis. Age 41 years. DoNAHoe, John T.-At Louisville, Ky., November 28, 191 o, of tuberculosis. Age 19 years. Durst, W. M.–At Amarillo, Texas, November 29, 191 o, of appendicitis. Age 38 years. ELtoN, GEORGE–At Toronto, Canada, November 17, 191 o, of myocarditis. Age 41 years. FIN KElst EIN, BEN JAM IN J.-At New York, N. Y., September 11, 1910, of cancer of stomach. Age 42 years. Foll, WILLIAM F.—At Albany N. Y., November 22, 191 o, of heart disease. Age 38 years. Foto RBY, Joh N–At Galveston, Texas, November 10, 191 o, of oedema of lungs. Age 54 years. FUNDENBERG, George C.—At St. Louis, Mo., November 24, 191 o, of rupture aneurism. Age 31 years. GARDIN ER, HIRAM. T.-At Detroit, Mich., December 12, 191 o, of senile carditis. Age 76 years. GROENE, H. F.—At Cincinnati, Ohio, December 17, 191 o, of cancer of bowels. Age 58 years. HoRNE, F. W.-At San Antonio, Texas, December 9, 191 o, of tuberculosis. Age 34 years. Hov Ey, ARTH U R M.–At Boston, Mass., November 30, 191 o, of intestinal obstruction. Age 53 years. KING, J. C.—At Raleigh, N. C., December 11, 191 o, of Bright’s disease. Age 65 years. McAna Ms, SAMUEL–At Chicago, Ill., December 17, 191 o, of pneumonia. Age 61 years. McINty RE, MAY R.—At Denver, Colo., December 4, 191 o, of pneumonia. Age 31 years. McWAY, CH R1stop HER—At New York, N. Y., October 11, 1 or o, of cardiac asthma. Age 64 years. My Narn, Robert E. –At Yonkers, N. Y., December 4, 191 o, of tuberculosis. Age 40 years. MILLER, Lot: rs—At Seattle, Wash., November 23, 19 to, of liver trouble. Age 52 years. Montact E. H. T.-At Philadelphia, Pa., December 6, 191 or of pneumonia. Age 27 years. O'BRIEN, WILLIAM—At Detroit, Mich. December 5, 191 o, of cerebral hemorrhage. Age 75 years. O'MARAH, CHARLEs D.—At Cleveland. Ohio. December 13, 1910, of chronic nephritis. Age 52 years.

Owens, George V.-At New York, N. Y., October 2, 1910, of appendicitis. Age 53 years. READE, THAD . E.-At Muncie, Ind., November 16, 1910, of tuberculosis. Age 26 years. RHopes, JAMEs M.–At Kansas City, Mo., November 29, 191 o, of fatty degeneration of heart. Age 60 years. Schroeder, CARL–At New York, N. Y., November 13, 1910, of tuberculosis. Age 28 years. SEAMAN, FRANK–At Knoxville, Tenn., November 20, 1910, of old age. Age 73 years. SHERwood, FRAN K–At Greenwood, Canada, No. vember 12, 1910, of poisoning. Age 47 years. SIM Moss, Edward P.-At Minneapolis, Minn., November 22, 191 o, of accident. Age 33 years. Soper, Edward, sR.—At Detroit, Mich., November 24, 191 o, of chronic nephritis. Age 64 years.

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APPLICATIONS FROM UNORGANIZED TOWNS.

[Objections to the admission of these applicants must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. I Adair, Iowa–Claude Waldron, age 36 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in Defiance, Iowa; has always worked in unorganized towns. Clay Center, Kan.-Omar R. Henderson, age 20 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Clay Center; has also worked in Concordia, Kan. ; never made application for admission before. Jamestown, Ohio–Harry, W. Douglass, age 19 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Jamestown; has never been a member. Jamestown, N. D.—Gus Lindh, jr., age 20 years: at trade five years; learned trade in Jamestown; has always worked in unorganized towns; never applied for membership before. Maricopa, Cal.—F. M., Satre, age 32 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in St. Thomas, N. & has also worked in Kramer, N. D., and Fowler, al. Monterey, Mexico—Mac Loman, age 33 years; ode nine years; learned trade in Chickasha, 3. Mount Vernon, Ill.—Arthur A. Tucker, age 20 years; at trade, four years; learned trade in Mount Vernon, Ill. ; has never before applied for membership. Ness City, Kan.-Fstella Terry, age 20 years; at trade four years; has worked in Great Bend; never worked within the jurisdiction of local union. Pecos, Texas–Faris’ Heath, age 27 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Cleburne, Texas; now working in, Pecos, Texas; has also worked in Anadarko, Okla.; Hereford, Texas, and Hagerman, N. M. Quincy, Fla.-L. D. Atkinson, age 21 years; learned trade in Harlem, Ga.; has also worked in Millen and Atlanta, Ga.; applied for membership in Atlanta, but withdrew application on account of leaving town. Redding, Cal.—A. L. Carson, age 34 years; at trade, sixteen years; learned trade in George and ion. Iowa; has also worked in Rock Rapids, towa. Williamsburg, Iowa–Ethel Hyter, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Victor, Iowa; now working in Williamsburg, Iowa; has also worked in Marengo and Grinnell.

APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP.

[Objections to the admission of these applicants must be filed with the union to which application is made within thirty days. |

3, St. Louis, Mo. (Mailers)—R. M. Hudson, jr., age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade in Dallas, Texas.

5, Columbus, Ohio–C. E. Suffrins, age 21 years; at trade seven years in Indianapolis. W. C. Lawrence, age i. years; has never worked in a union town; worked seven years in Vevay, Ind., and Lebanon, Ohio. George W. Streng, age 2 years; at trade seven years in Columbus. J. W. Sheets, age 60 years; has never belonged to a union: has always worked for himself; in business for the past six years in Columbus, Ohio. Joseph A. Mang. age 21 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Allegheny, Pa.; has also worked in Pittsburg and Cleveland, Ohio.

7, Pittsburg, Pa.-Benjamin H. Silver, age 26 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Pittsburg: has also worked in Aberdeen, S. D. Robert F. Holstead. age 40 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Richmond: has not worked elsewhere. F. J. Sinclair, age 62 years; at trade fifty years; learned trade in Cincinnati; has also worked in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Ann Dithridge, age 21 years; learned trade in New York City; makes application as proofreader.

8, St. Louis, Mo.—George E. Owens, age 57 years; at trade forty years; learned trade in Cincinnati, Ohio; was formerly member of union, but allowed card to lapse. Spiro Rozoff, age 24 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Sophia, Bulgaria; has also worked in Granite City, Ill. Elmer 1). Sanford, age 47 years; at trade twenty-nine years; learned trade in Cincinnati; was formerly member, but allowed card to lapse. Henry Kissel, age 27 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in St. Louis. Carl L. Ennis, age 24 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Shelbyville, Mo.; has also worked in Louisiana, Mo. Albert Steck, age 23 years; at trade four years: learned trade in St. Louis, Mo.; has also worked in Pana, Ill., and Cape Girardeau, Mo. Julius Linneman, age 20 years; at trade six years; learned trade in St. Louis.

o, Buffalo, N. Y. — Mathias A. Endres, age, 29 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Buffalo. Herbert J. Hosmer, age 27 years; at. trade thirteen years; learned trade in Williamsville, N. Y.; has also worked in different offices in Buffalo.

11, Memphis, Tenn.—Edward Franks, age 27 years; at trade fifteen years; formerly member, of Jonesboro (Ark.) Union, but allowed membership to lapse after charter was surrendered by that union; worked in country towns since. Joseph W. Young, age 37 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Vernon, Fayette, Jasper and other small towns in Alabama.

22, Dubuque, Iowa–Henry V. Klinkner, age 32 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Cas: cade, Iowa; has also worked in Farley, Iowa, and Oelwein, Iowa. Herman P. Berg, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Dubuque, Iowa.

25, Butte Mailers—Walter Weiler, age 22 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Omaha; has also worked in Billings and Helena, Mont.

30, St. Paul, Minn-William T. Sinnott, for. merly a member of No. 30, but allowed card to lapse while not working at the business. S. A. Larson, age 28 years; has worked in Ruthton, Lake Benton and Balaton, Minn.; has never, worked in an organized town. Robert Wergerscheider, age 20 years; learned trade in St. Paul. Earl C King, age 24 years; at trade seven years in Hatton and Minot. N. D.; McIntosh and St. Paul, Minn. W. H. Martin (for apprentice membership), has worked in Crocker, Aberdeen and Lily, S. D.

55, Syracuse, N. Y. —M. J. Ostrander, age 47 years; at trade twenty-three years; has worked in New York city, Rochester, N. Y.; Pottersport, Pa., and other places. W. H. Dana, age 27 years; at trade fifteen years; worked in Buffalo about seven years ago for a short time: has since been engaged in other business most of the time.

56, Stockton, Cal.—Leroy L. Atwood, age 52 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Stockton, Cal. J. E. Hopkins, age 39 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Lodi, Cal.

50, Quincy, Ill.—Leo J. Mulinex; served five years at trade; learned trade in La Belle, Mo., where he is now working. . . Harry Griffin, age 25 years; learned trade at J. M. Irwin Printing Company. Eli Gray, age 33 years; learned trade at Humeston, Iowa. C. C. Carroll, age 25 years; learned trade in Iowa City, Iowa.

60, Roanoke, Va.-R. A. Spencer, age 43 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Faye ville, W. Va.; has also worked in Raleigh and Charleston, W. Va.; formerly a member allowed membership to lapse while running a country newspaper.

63, Toledo, Ohio Robert Reardon, age 21 years; served four years in Fremont, Ohio.

66, Portland, Me.—Harry R. Clemons, age 24 rears; at trade six years; has worked in Nashua, § H.; Tyndonville, Vt., and Philadelphia.

83, New York, N. Y. —Joseph Horowitz, age, 30 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Rus

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106, Madison, Wis.-B. J. Kilduff, age 43 §. at trade twenty-six years; now working in Washington, D. C.; has also worked in Richmond; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse through failure to pay dues. 1 oz., Tri-City—J. G. Price, age 21 years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Durant, Iowa; has also worked in Tipton, Iowa; Fairbury, Neb., and East Moline. Ole B. Johnson, age 31 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Estherville, Iowa, and Eldora, Iowa; has also worked in Eldora, Iowa; Moline, Ill. ; Chicago, Ill., and Kenosha, Wis. 1 Io, Union Hill, N. J.-Joseph R. Gulmanill, age 31 years; learned trade in Italy; at trade four years. John Ringier, age 57 years; learned trade in New York. 1 11, Knoxville, Tenn.—J. M. Messer, age 32 years; at trade sixteen years; has worked in Knoxville, Middleboro and Danville, Ky.; formerly a member of Knoxville Union No. 1 I I, but allowed membership to lapse while working in an unorganized town. 112, Scranton, Pa.-Frank J. Bachman, age 33 ears; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Wew York city. 1 13, Atchison, Kan.-E. H. Gilmer, age 33 ears; at trade twelve years; learned trade in §§ joi. Mo.; has also worked in Maitland, Mo. 1 17, Springfield, Ohio–C. A. Lafayette, age 43 ears; at trade sixteen years; learned trade in Iiddletown, Ohio; formerly a member of Middletown Union, but allowed membership to lapse in 1903 or 1904; has since worked in Columbus and Middletown, Ohio.

128, South Bend. Ind.—Don Frietchie, age 25 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade in Lisbon, Iowa; has also worked in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Chicago, Ill.; formerly a member of No. 192.

131, New York Bohemian—Emma Prerosta, age 34 years; at trade fifteen and one-half years; learned trade in New York, where he has worked in several offices: formerly a member of No. 1 31, but allowed membership to lapse. John Kochis, age 24 years; at trade seven years: learned trade in Hungary: has also worked in New York city. George Kortolny, age 22 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Hungary.

132, Camden, N. J.-Charles E. Chadwick, age 45 years; learned trade in Philadelphia, Harry Allen, age 38 years; learned trade in Philadelphia. William C. Williams, age 43 years; learned trade in Philadelphia.

152, Manchester, N. H.-Joseph B. Tivnan, age 41 years; at trade twenty-two years; learned trade in Boston, Mass.; has also worked in Lowell, Mass., and Nashua; was at one time a member of Nashua Union.

154, Ann Arbor, Mich.-J. E. Stough, age 21 years; at trade eight years; never before applied for membership. J. T. Spalding, age 33 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Decatur, Tenn.; never before applied for membership.

159, New London, Conn.—Frank J. Winters, age 23 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Norwalk, Conn.; has also worked in New York and Jersey City.

160, Columbia, Mo.—Claude A. Brown, age 23 years; learned trade in Rich Hill, Mo.; never made application before. H. Luther Fry, age 19 years; learned trade in Rich Hill, Mo.; never made application before. Carl H. Schnamb, age 22 years; learned trade in Rich Hill, Mo.; has also worked at Sapulpa, Okla.; never before made application. C. B. Duncan, age 59 years; at trade forty-two years; learned trade in Columbia, Mo.; also worked at St. Louis; never before made appli. cation.

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203, Council, Bluffs, Iowa–G. D. Brown, age 44 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in country office; has worked in Grinnell and Shenandoah, Iowa, during past three years; in business for himself for a number of years; never worked within the jurisdiction of a local union. A. T. Evans, age 39 years; at trade twenty years; learned trade in Boone, Iowa; has also worked in Sallisaw, Okla.; has never worked within the jurisdiction of a local union.

207, Eureka, Cal.—C. J. Dickerson, age 27 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Arcata. Fortuna and Sacramento, Cal.; applied for admission to Sacramento, was elected, but left town before being obligated. Arthur M. Smith, age 21, years; at trade four and one-half years; learned trade in Eureka; apprentice member of No. 207 for one year; never before applied for admission.

2 to, Salem, Ore—Frank A. Hickman, age 29 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Rifle, Colo. : has also worked in Fruita and Grand Val. ley, Colo.

211, Oshkosh, Wis-Frank D. Hambly, age 23 years; learned trade in Montrose. S. D.; has also worked in Somerset and Johnstown, Pa.; allowed membership to lapse on account of sickness in 1907; now working in Johnstown, Pa. Joseph Sef. tonberg, age 31 years; learned trade in Weyauwega, Wis.; has also worked in Reedsburg, North Free. dom and Boscobel, Wis.

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