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RICHMOND No. 301.-S. A. Brown,
South BEND No. 128.- President, H. A. Reamer; vicepresident, G. H. Perkins; recording secretary, E. W. Cutting; financial and corresponding secretary, W. A. Barr, Times office; treasurer, H. W. Perkins. Terre HAUTE No. 76.-Wilson Harper, 815 Oak.
IOWA BLUFF CITY No. 203.-President F. C. Simmons; vicepresident, John Hinkel; treasurer, J. M. Thomas; secretary, T. R. Drake, 156 Ridge; sergeant-at-arms, F. C. Bante; executive and auditing committee, G. W. Ryan, G. W. Gorman, J: J. Kirley; relief committee, c. M. Maynard, David Nicoll, W. B. Fisher; board of trustees, W. H. Treynor, J. R. Dietrich, George Irwin.
BURLINGTON No. 75.- President, `L. T. Jones; vicepresident, Chas. Herchenbach; recording secretary, Chas. Schwinn; financial and corresponding secretary, G. W. Ohls, lock box 613; treasurer, John Wiemann; board of directors, Chas. Herchenbach, J. K. Townsend, Wm. Tell; sergeant-at-arms, Herbert Haller.
CEDAR RAPIDS No. 192.-C. M. Dawley, 409 Second ave. W.
DAVENPORT No. 106.-N. A. Ready, 109 E. Third.
Des MOINES No. 118.-President, J. H. Moore; vicepresident, Herman Tiedgens; treasurer, J. H. Uetz; financial and corresponding secretary, H. H. Crenshaw, box 556; recording secretary, Nellie C. Downs; sergeantat-arms, C. W. Brown; chairman executive committee, T. M. Hughes, box 556; doorkeeper, Thad Ruff. DUBUQUE No. 22.-T. O'Loughlin, 104 Dodge. KEOKUK No. 68.-W. L. Reynolds, care Gate City. MUSCATINE No. 251.-E. B. Mollis, 202 W. Fifth. OTTUMWA No. 73.-J. F. Powell, care Courier.
Sioux City No. 180. -President, S. T. Day; vice-president, W. N. Bowman; recording secretary, J. H. Strief; secretary-treasurer, W. H. Bastian; sergeant-at-arms, T. H. Nicol; messenger, G. W. Bradley; executive committee, H. O. Campbell, W. J. Ashley, C. D. Ward. Meets last Sunday of each month. Box 227.
KANSAS. ATCHISON No. 113.-President, Ed. Skinner; vicepresident, c. 0. Hovatter; recording secretary, Benj. Sunderland; financial and corresponding secretary, James McNamara, 225 N. Fourth; treasurer, S. F. Filson; sergeant-at-arms, Dennis Lyndon; executive board, Robert Tompkins, J. M. Arthur, F. B. Pierce.
Fort Scott No. 319.--Charles Weaver, 741 Wilson.
HUTCHINSON No. 243.-E. M. Broughton, 410 Seventh ave. East.
LEAVENWORTH No. 45.-Charles Cox, box 196.
SUNFLOWER No. 157.-P. F. Spicklar, care Press, Kansas City, Kan.
Topeka No. 121.-President, A. E. Thorson; vice-president, Robert Maxwell; financial and corresponding secretary, W. C. Hercules, box 61; treasurer, Franklin Barnes; recording secretary, Will Sullivan; sergeant-atarms, W. S. Bush; doorkeeper, Charles Sutherland.
WICHITA No. 148.- President, A. C. Goodwin; financial secretary, W. S. Crawford, lock box 837.
KENTUCKY. BLUE GRASS No. 189.-J. A. Hall, 259 Patterson, Lexington.
FRANKFORT No. 161.-T. A. Joyce, 430 Broadway. LOUISVILLE No. 10.- President, Joseph G. Kestler; vice-president, J. H. Scott; recording secretary, G. D. Frishe; secretary-treasurer, A. A. Hoffman, box 555.
MARYLAND. ANNAPOLIS No. 114.-Geo. R. Tydings. BALTIMORE No. 12. ---President, George P. Nichols; vice-president, John Roach; recording and corresponding secretary, James H. McDowell, 411 E. Biddle: secretary-treasurer, Wm. Fleming, 12 South; trustees, E. T. Shiel, Harry C. Hitchcock, J. Y. Slater; sergeant-at-arms, J. H. Asher. Union meets the last Sunday in each month. CUMBERLAND No. 24.-C. F. Johnson, box 301.
MASSACHUSETTS. BOSTON No. 13.- John Douglass, room 3, 12 Hawley place.
BROCKTON No. 224.-W. G. Sinclair, care Times.
HAVERHILL No. 38.-C. H. Flint, Jr.
MARLBORO-HUDSON No. 281.-Julia É. Lafleur, Maple wood ave.
New BEDFORD No. 276.-Alex H. Adams, box 598.
DETROIT No. 18.-President, Thos. Nestor; vice-president, W. E. Soper; financial and corresponding secretary, M. H. Marsh, room 7, Hilsendegen block; recording secretary, Edward Beck; sergeant-at-arms, Bion Haugh.
GRAND RAPIDS No. 39.-President, F. L. Baker; vicepresident, T. S. Etheridge; recording secretary, A. K. Tyson; secretary-treasurer, John Kroon, 1155 Fifth ave.; sergeant-at-arms, C. E. Strunk.
JACKSON No. 99.-President, F. H. Booth; vice-presi. dent, James Hunt; corresponding and recording secretary, Oscar Reardon, box 317; financial secretary, Carl Worch, box 317; treasurer, I. B. Rich; sergeant-at-arms, Joe Dennison.
KALAMAZOO No. 122.-Wm. B. Hallett, 1409 Washington.
LANSING No. 72.-President, 0. L. McKinley; vicepresident, T. H. Springsted; treasurer, Fay Strickland; hinancial and corresponding secretary, s. N. Chilton, 703 Ottawa; recording secretary,.C. J. Strang.
MUSKEGON No. 168.-F. J. Addison, 138 Clay ave.
VALLEY CITY No. 50 (Saginaw, Mich.):-President, J. H. Nichols; vice-president, H. M. Bond; financial secretary, W. W. Curtis, care News office; recording secretary, Chas. Duhamel.
MINNESOTA. Duluth No. 136.-G.C. Findley, 29 Twenty-fifth ave. W. MINNEAPOLIS No. 42.-H. S. Woodward, box 522. ST. PAUL No. 30.-T. F. Thomas, box 2537.
THE NORTH No. 131 (Scandia).-Duluth, Minn., and West Superior, Wis.-E. A. Bergh, box 45, West Superior.
MISSOURI. HANNIBAL No. 88.-Emmett Young, 418 Jefferson, Southside.
JEFFERSON City No. 119.--President, B. W. Winston; vice-president, G. E. Root; financial and corresponding secretary, E. R. Bright; recording secretary, John Spannhorst; treasurer, Henry Wengert; sergeant-at-arms, Gus. H. Moeller. Union meets first Sunday in each month.
KANSAS CITY No. 80.---- President, J. M. Rhodes; vicepresident, D. L. Guyette; financial and corresponding secretary, H. A. Fratcher, box 207.
St. Joseph No. 40.-J. W. Reilly, lock box 787.
SPRINGFIELD No. 158.-President, H. Newsom; vicepresident, F. E. Newkirk; recording secretary, c. R. Ingram; secretary-treasurer, C. W. Johnson, 420 S. Jefferson; sergeant-at-arnis, S. B. Bevill.
HELENA No. 95.- President, E. E. Lowe; secretarytreasurer, John Baker, box 1309; executive committee, Andrew Casey, chairman, E. Ę. Lowe, W. E. Whitney. MISSOULA No. 277.-F. M. Keim, box 203.
NEBRASKA. FREMONT No. 231.-Geo. W. Stanford. LINCOLN No. 209.-S. A. Hoon, box 15. OMAHA No. 190.—President, T. F. Sturgess; vice-president, R. S. Rawlings; recording secretary, G. W. Harvel; financial and corresponding secretary, A. F. Clark, box 791; sergeant-at-arms, A1 Small.
NEVADA. WASHOE No. 65 (Virginia City).-President, Jas. Sullivan; vice-president, Harry Sutherland; secretary-treasurer, E. D. Blake, box 552; board of directors, John Craise, Wm. Kearns, J. E. Eckley, J. T. Huling.
NEW HAMPSHIRE. CoXcord No. 297.-J. W. McMurphy, 9 Depot. LACONIA No. 317.-F. O. Hunt, box 170.
MANCHESTER No. 152.- President, H. K. Pearsons; vice-president, C. L. Carpenter; corresponding secretary, E. E. Stockbridge, box 295; financial secretary, T. J. Fellows; sergeant-at-arms, W. A. Abbott. l'nion meets the first Saturday of each month at 7:30 P. M.
NEW JERSEY. CAMDEN No. 132. ---President, Wm. Mounce, 1:20 Federal; vice-president, Joseph Simmons, Daily Review; recording secretary, E A. Wells, 132 S. Fourth; financial secretary-treasurer, Sam'l T. Woodrow, 130 Federal.
ELIZABETH No. 150.- John J. Mellick, 209 Broad.
HUDSON COUNTY No. 94. – Jos. Seeley, 2win York, Jersey City.
HOBOKEN No. 323.-F. C. Luehs, care Observer,
NEWARK No. 103.---President, John Cherry: vice-presi. dent, P. J. Sutton; recording secretary, H Metriskin; financial and corresponding secretary, J. P. Landrigan, *care Sunday Standard; treasurer, EW Garrison; ser. geant-at-arms, H. J. Gottlob.
NEW BRUNSWICK No. 307.-William McMullen, 53 Suydam.
PATERSOX No. 195.-D. 0. Stoddard, 29 Benson.
BINGHAMTON No. 282.-R. D. Haskell, 3 Kress.
FULTON COUNTY No. 268.- President, Edward Bart. lett, 4 Globe, Johnstown, N. Y.; secretary, Johu Holliday, 18 Third, Gloversville. GLENS FALLS No. 96.-W. E. Harris, box 134. ITHACA No. 171.-J. W. Shanley, 21 E Seneca. JAMESTOWN No. 25.-F. B. Cowden, 112 W. Seventh. LOCKPORT No 67.--A. M. Dunn. NIAGARA FALLS No. 233.-R. E. Swackhamer, room 16 Frontier Mart.
NEWBURGH No. 305.-F. E Tucker, lock box 241. NEW YORK NO. 6.--Wm. Ferguson 240 William, NEW YORK No. 83.-(Hebrew-American).-Constantin Geller, 76 Monroe.
NEW YORK-BROOKLYN No. 300 (Scandinavian).-C. Jensen, 157 West Ninth, Brooklyn.
NORWICH No. 3:22.-H. C. Hall.
SARATOGA SPRINGS No. 119.-C. A. Hopkins, 11 War. ren. SCHENECTADY No. 167.-Aug. Martin, 446 Veeder ave.
TROY No. 52.- President, C. A. Rogers; vice-president, B. A. Wilder; recording secretary, Philip Purcell, financial and corresponding secretary. Michael A. Connell, box 319; treasurer, Henry Coffeen; sergeant-at-arms, Timothy Fitzgerald.
('TICÁ No. 62.-J. E De Forest, 1174 Mohawk. WATERTOWN NO. 08.-F. H. Lewis, care Standard.
NORTH CAROLINA. ASHEVILLE No. 83.-R. C. Frank, Citizen ofhce. DIRHAM No. 127.-R. F. Morris, Educator office, RALEIGH No. 51.-Ed. C. Owen, Salisbury and Martin.
NORTH DAKOTA. BISMARCK No. 140.- Harry Lee, box 593.
FARGO No. 186. – President C. A Jordan, Forum office; financial and corresponding secretary, F.G. Jordan, Republican office GRAND FORKS No. 311.-E S. McMaster, care Herald.
CINCIXXATI No. 3.-President, Alex. Duguid; vicepresident. Wm B. Owens secretary-treasurer, Phil T. Jacobs room 14. Fisher block. 621 Walnut; recording secretary, W. S. McMath; chairman business committee, Chas. Ames: chairman sinking fund trustees, W. H. O'Connor; chairman committee on non-union offices, E. L. Hitchens; chairman finance committee, Harold Byron; chairman publication committee, Oscar Bailey; chairman delegates to central labor council, M. W. Walter; chairman investigating committee, W'm. Heron.
CLEVELAND No. 13.-A. W. Thomson, box 162
COLOMBC's No. 5.-President, W. P. Kunze; vice-presi. dent, J. A. Ross; secretary-treasurer, E. P. Reynolds,
room *? Clinton building reconding secretary, W. M. Tomlinson, chairman executive committee, L. 6. Jenkins sergeant-at-arms FW. Derrer, conductor, Ć. s. Davidson
DAYTON No. 57. - President, C. R Wheeler, recording secretary, 1. M. Mittendorf; corresponding secretary, W II Slattery, 50 W. Filth, financial secretary, B. F. Flannery, care Daily Journal
EAST LIVERPOOL NO. 31* 1.utis Orr, 175 Second.
SPRINGFIELD No. 117.-J. F. Morehouse, corner Shaf. fer and Jefferson.
TOLEDO No. 63. E I Griffith, box 17.
YOLNOSTOWN No. 210). President, F F Hawkins, vicepresident, Louis Powers, recording and corresponding secretary, M J Obendorfer, financial secretary. Wick Flower, treasurer, ) D. Hurford, sergeant at arms. R. M. Yorks, trustees A E Rowe, C. E. Kennedy, F. W, Schmidt Box 3 ZANESVILLE No. 19 --N. M. Beckley, H Harvey.
OKLAHOMA TERRITORY. GUTHRIE No. 206 --- J. E. Brewer, 109 E Washington ave
OKLAHOMA CITY No. 283.-C. E Lindsey, care Okla. homan.
MILTNOMAN No. Portlandı. President, Lon De Yarmond, vice-president, Fred W. Morris, secretarytreasurer, W. É Osburn, care Oregonian, Portland, Ore ; sergeant-at arms, J. Henry Brown, executive committee, J. C. Gallagher, chairman, Edward Kleist, Price, H. C. Austin, W. H. Baker, W W Kerns, K.
BEAVER VALLEY No. 2 Corresponding and recording secretary, James Wilson, Beaver la financial secre. tary: W. F. Lutz, West Bridgewater, Market.
BRADFORD NO 185 --J. G. McCutcheon, box 1711.
OIL City No. 151. - President, HE Johns; vice-presi dent H. B. Scribner; secretary, C. R. McQuowu, box 22; treasurer, Frank Hanton; sergeant at ums, D. Smoyer; executive committee, 11. B. Scribner, S. A. Reed, MP Sheehan
PHILADELPHIA No. 2, President, George Chance; vice president, Frank C. Cuiran; recording secretary, William J. Sloan; 172 Taney; financial secretary, Wm. J. Bollman, 124 X Ninth; treasurer. James Welsh; doorkeeper, James H. Clarke; trustees, 11. II. Savage, B. E. Miller. W. Hallowell.
PITTSBURGH No. 7. - President, D. H. Duffy: vice. president, Alex McK. McWilliams, secretary-treasurer, J. B. Cully box 644; sergeant at arms, TJ Dicus; trustees, W T Crosse, Nat Green, H I Weil: judges of elec. tion, W. A. Meighan, H. Q. Turner, P. J. Lydion Meet ings first Sunday of each month, 7* Fourth ave.
READING NO. 5.- Elmer A German 312 S. Tenth, SCRANTON No. 112 President, Joseph Oliver; vicepresident, Mrs. A. J. Pepper; secretary treasurer, C. S. Benedict, box 220, recording and corresponding secretary, J. J F York, box 2301reading clerk, W. R. Hughes; guardian George Sherman.
TITUSVILLE No. 29:- J. J O'Hern.
SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTOx No. 13.-President, I H. Wincer: first vice-president, E. J. Holton; second vice-president, E. E. Moore; recording secretary. A D. Dassard; secretarytreasurer, George A Steck, Pix 2 sergeant-at-arms, J. W'. Fox. C'nion meets first Sunday in month
COLUMBIA VO, 34, B. C Du Pre, 70 Lincoln.
WYOMING No. 184.-H. W. Moore, box 941, Cheyenne
General secretary, Hugo Miller, room 7 De Soto block,
1, PHILADELPHIA, PA. – Max Lemke, 1 Greenwood
2, CINCINNATI, OH10.-Alb. Wolff, 211 Short, Coving-
3, ST. LOUIS, MO.- Bruno Rueckert, 2590 Montgomery.
4, BUFFALO, N. Y.-John Schneider, 255 Locust.
5, ROCHESTER, N. Y.-Geo. Logemann, 9 Dudley:
6, CLEVELAND, OH10.-Richard Frank, 131 Lockyear
7, New YORK, N. Y.-John Biedermann, care Staats-
Zeitung, Tryon Row.
8, NEWARK, N. J.-Fr. Kueppers, care Deutsche Zei.
9, CHICAGO, ILL.-Henry Hotze, 20 Cortland Ct.
10, MILWAUKEE, Wis.-Seb Fichtner, 458 Ninth.
11, BALTIMORE, MD.-Franz Sauter, care Journal office.
12, LOUISVILLE, KY.--Chas. Schmuck, 813 W. Jefferson.
13, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-W. J. Frail-
cois, 965 Randolph, St. Paul.
14, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.-Louis Meyer, 18 S. Alabama.
15, EVANSVILLE, IND.-A. Dolletzki, 3 Brower.
16, PITTSBURG, PA.-Carle Hemmerle, care Volksblatt.
18, BELLEVILLE, ILL.--Charles Lenz, 1519 W. Main.
19, COLUMBUS, OHIO.-Wm. Stierlin, 183 S. Front.
20, OMAHA, NEB.-Chas. Weiss, 824 S. Seventeenth.
21, DETROIT, MICH.-S. Naegele, 737 Jos. Campau ave.
24, TOLEDO, 0.-Geo. Erbersdobler, 135 N. St. Clair.
STEREOTYPERS AND ELECTROTYPERS.
1, NEW YORK (Stereotypers).-H. A. Moreland, 271
W. One Hundred and Seventeenth.
2, BOSTON, Mass. (Stereotypers).-W. B. Flewelling,
151 Shawmut, Chelsea, Mass.
3, CHICAGO, ILL. (Electrotypers).-W.A. H. Strehlow,
4, CHICAGO, ILL. (Stereotypers).-W. N. Julien, 2390
N. Forty-second ave.
5, CINCINNATI, O. (Stereotypers).- John Lechner, 647
6, KANSAS City, Mo. (Stereotypers and Electrotyp-
ers).-C. A. Sumner, care Star stereo room.
7, PHILADELPHIA, PA. (Stereotypers).-J. P. Holey,
731 N. Seventh.
8. St. Louis, Mo. (Stereotypers).-W. J. McDonald,
3330 Oregon ave.
9, DETROIT, Mich. (Stereotypers).-E. J. Smith, 673
10, BALTIMORE, MD. (Stereotypers).-Philip Eckhardt,
1719 E. Pratt.
11, BOSTON, MASS. (Electrotypers).-J. W. Moreland,
33 Creighton, Cambridge, Mass.
12, MILWAUKEE, Wis. (Stereotypers and Electrotyp-
ers).-P. C. Poenisch, 2217 North ave.
13, DENVER, Colo. (Stereotypers).-A. E. Denio, 513
S. Fremont, care Times.
14, COLUMBUS, O. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers).-
W. G. Knopf, 4322 S. High.
15, DAYTON, O. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers).-C.
W. Bryant, care Herald.
16, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS (Stereotypers).-R.
M. Colgan, 300 Midway ave., St. Paul, Miun.
17, WASHINGTON, D. C. (Electrotypers).-J. J. Lane,
526 Third, N. E.
19, WASHINGTON, D. C. (Stereotypers).-R. L. Chris-
tian, 213 New Jersey ave., N. W.
20, PITTSBURG, PA. (Stereotypers).-J. B. Reed, 1617
21, TORONTO, ONT. (Stereotypers and Electrotypers).
-A. Purver, 343 Dover Ct. Rd.
22, CLEVELAND, O. (Stereotypers).-Wm. Jackson, 945
23, NEW HAVEN, CONN. (Stereotypers and Pressmen).
-W. P. Dilts, 153 Dwight.
1, NEW YORK-E. Gaffney, 331 E. Ninety-fourth.
3, CHICAGO, ILL.-Aug. Scheideman, 1004 N. Washte.
1, Boston, MASS.-W. J. Ambrose, box 1817.
3, St. Louis, Mo.-0. C. Paul, 23:23 Howard.
4, ST. PAUL, MINN.-M. R. Mills, 281 Rondo.
5, TORONTO, ONT.-F. Etherley, 35 Howie ave.
1, BOSTON, MASS.-C. G. Percival, care Standard.
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