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Membership about 10,000.



NATIONAL FRATERNAL CONGRESS.

President J. G. Johnson, Peabody, Kas.

Secretary C. S. Hardy. Chicago.
Orders that are members of tae National

Fraternal Congress, with names and ad-
dresses of the secretaries:

American Benefit Society N. P. Cormack,
2 Park square. Boston, Mass.

American Guild S. Galeski, 9 North 10th
street, Richmond, Va. .

American Legion of Honor Adam Warnock,
200 Huntington avenue. Boston. Mass.

Ancient Order of Pyramids Harry L-indls,
Gibraltar building, Kansas City. Mo.

Ancient Order United Workmen M. W.
Sackett. Meadville. Pa.

Catholic Benevolent Legion John D. Car-
roll. 367 Fulfon street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Catholic Knights of America J. C. Car-
roll. Mermod-Jaceard building, St. Louis,
Mo.

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association-Joseph
Cameron, Homellsville. N. Y.

Catholic Order Foresters Thecdore B.
Thiele, 1231 Stot-6 Exchange building,
Chicago. 111.

Catholic Relief and Benefit Association-
Thomas H. O'Neill, 120 Geuesee street,
Auburn, N. Y.

Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion Mrs.
Annie O'Connor, 117 East 23d street. New
York city.

Columbian League James B. Moran, 38 Mc-
Graw building. Detroit, Mich.

Court of Honor W. K. Robinson, Spring-
field, 111.

Degree of Honor Mrs. E. Allburn, IIS Mar-
ket street. Sioux City. Iowa.

Fraternities Accident Order E. S. Cook,
Walnut and Juniper streets, Philadelphia,
Pa.

Fraternal Aid Association M. D. Greenlee,
Lawrence, Kas.

Fraternal Brotherhood E. A. B ck. Wil-
cox building. Las Angeles. Cal.

Fraternal Mystic- Circle J. D. Myers, Land
Title building, Philadelphia, Pa.



Fraternal Union of America John L. Hand-
ley, Tabor building, Denver, Col.

Home Circle Julius M. Swain, 120 Tre-
mont street. Boston. Mass.

Improved Order Heptasophs Samuel H.
Tattersall, Preston and Cathedral streets,
Baltimore, Md.

Independent Order of Foresters John A.
Mat-gilliyray. Toronto, Ont.

Iowa Legion of Honor J.-H. Helm, box
582. Cellar Rapids, Iowa.

Knights of Columbus Daniel Colwell, New
Haven, Conn.

Knights of Honor Noah M. Givan, St.
Louis, Mo.

Knights of Pythias S. M. Smith, 1009 Fish-
er building, Chicago, 111.

Knights and Ladies of Security J. M. Wal-
lace. Topeka. Kas.

Knights anil l.aoies of Golden Star Rev.
Samuel P. Lacey, 772 Broad street, New-
ark N J

Knights of the Loyal Guard F. H. Ran-
kin. Jr., Flint. Mich.

K. O. T. M. (supreme tent) G. J. Siegle,
Port Huron. Mich.

Knights of th-e Modern MaccabeesThomas
Watson, Port Huron, Mich.

L. C. P.. A. Mrs. James A. Royer, 415
West llth street, Erie, Pa.

Ladies of the Maccabees (supreme hive)
Miss Biua M. West. Port Huron. Mich.

Ladies of the Modern Maccabees (grand
hive) Kmrna E. Bower, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Legion of Honor of Missouri R. J. T.
White. 410 Fulton building. St. Louis. Mo.

Legion of the Red Cross John B. Treibler,
Jr., Hollins street. Baltimore. Md.

Loyal Additional Benefit Association Frank
S. Fetter, 76 Montgomery street, Jersey
City. N. J.

Modern Woodmen of America C. . W.
Hawes, Rock Island, 111.

National Aid Association S. D. Cooley, 701
Jackson street, Topeka, Kas.

National Union J. W. Myers, National
Union building. Toledo. O. '

New England Order Protection Daniel M.
Frye, 43 Milk street, Boston, Mass.

Order of Pendo Ernest Dtiden, 601 Cali-
fornia street. San Francisco, Cal.

Order of Columbian Knizhts Edwin D.
Peifer, 704 Masonic Temple. Chicago, 111.

Occidental Mutual Benefit Association T.
D. Fitzpatrick, Salina, Kas.

Protected Home Circle W. S. Palmer,
Sharon, Pa.

Prudent Patricians of Pompeii David
Swintou, Saginaw, Mich.

Royal Arcanum W. O. Robson. 40S Shaw-
mut avenue, Boston. Mass.

Royal Circle James Walsh, 420 East Mon-
roe street, Springfield, 111.

Royal League Charles E. Piper, 1601 Ma-
sonic Temple. Chicago, 111.

Royal Neighbors of America Mrs. Winnie
Fielder. 529 Woolner building, Veoria, 111.

Royal Society of Good Fellows Arthur' J.
ates, 200 Summer street. Boston. Mass.

Royal Templars E. B. Rew, 43 Niagara
street. Buffalo, N. Y.

Roval Highlanders F. J. Sharp. Lincoln,
Neb.

Select Knights and La(!ies Ed H. Wheel-
er. Kansas City. Kas.

S. L. Order Mutual Protection G. Del
Veechio. 1121 National Life building. Chi-
cago, 111.

SIMM erne Tribe Ben-Hur F. L. Isnyder,
Crawfordgville, Ind.

The Pathfinder George C. Berry, Kveieti
building. Akron, O.



CHEAT CITIMS OF TUB WORLD.



1*7



United Order of the Golden Cross W. R.

t'i,n|ier, Kimxville, Telin.
I'niti-d Order 1'Hgrim Fa there Nathan

Crury, Lawrence, Mass.
Women of Woodcraft J. L. Wright, Lead-

ville, Col.
Woodmen of the World (sovereign camp)

.John T. Yates, 211 Sheely blocK, Omaha,

Neb.

\Voodinen of the World (Pacific jurisdic-
tion) I. I. Boak, box 1706, Denver, Col.
Woodmen Circle Emma B. Manchester,

Omaha, Neb.



ASSOCIATED FRATERNITIES OF AMER-
ICA.

The general secretary of the association
is Edmund Jackson of Fulton, 111. Names
of orders included, their location and secre-
taries follow:
American Catholic Union Philadelphia,

1'a.: J. J. Coyle.
Ancient Order of Gleaners Caro, Mich.; G.

H. Slocum.
Bankers' Fraternal Union Cleveland, O. ;

George R. iMcKay.
Brotherhood of American Yeoman Des

Moines, Iowa; W. E. Davey.
Daughters of Columbia Chicago, 111.; J.

M. Goodell, Jr., Austin, 111.
Fraternal Bankers' Reserve Cedar Rapids,

Iowa; J. W. Roe.

Fraternal Brotherhood of the World Tip-
ton, Iowa; J. B. Williams.
Fraternal Censer Cleveland, O.; R. P.

Nichols, Dayton, O.

Fraternal Tribunes Rock Island, '111.; Rob-
ert Rexdale.
Highland Nobles Des Moines, Iowa; J. L.

Rose.
Home Guards of America Van Wert, O. ;

J. W. Evans.
Knights and Ladies of Columbia South

Bend. Ind. ; Ortnond Kennedy.
La Societies des Artisans, Canadiens-Fran-

cais Montreal, P. Q. ; Henri Roy.
Loyal Mystic Legion of America Hastings,

Neb.; G. O. Churchill.
Modern Brotherhood of America Mason

City, Iowa; E. L.-Balz.
Modern Order of Prsetorlans Dallas, Tex. ;

William G. Brown.
Mutual Protective League Litchfield, 111. ;

J. R. Paisley.
Mystic Toilers Des Moines, Iowa; J. F.

Taake.



Mystic Workers of the World -Fulton. 111.;
Edmund Jackson.

National Protective Union^Waverly, N V. ;
G. A. Scott.

North Star Benefit Association Moline, 111.;
G. L. Peterson.

Order of American Plowmen I.ogunsport,
Ind.; L. J. Burdge.

Order of Americus Greensburg, Pa.; Lee
W. Squier.

Order of Washington Portland. Ore.; J.
L. Mitchell.

Royal Fraternal Union St. Louis, Mo.; W.
R. Eidson.

Sons and Daughters of Justice Minneapo-
lis, Kas.; W. W. Walker, Jr.

The Chevaliers Akron, O. ; P. T). Sfratton.

The Grand Fraternity Philadelphia. Pa.;
W. E. Gregg.

United Moderns Denver, Col.; Erastus W.
Smith.

United Presbyterian Mutual Benefit Asso-
ciation Monmouth, 111.; J. F. Blair.



OTHER SECRET AND BENEVOLENT
SOCIETIES.

Gaelic League President, P. C. B. O' Dono-
van, Philadelphia, Pa. ; secretary, P. J.
Holden. Chicago.

Orangemen Supreme grand master. Rev.
Greorge T. Lemmons, North Ferrisbnrs,
Vt. ; supreme grand secretary, R. W.
Johnson, Troy, N. Y.

Pythian Sisterhood Supreme chancellor,
Mrs. W. A. Dilworth, Nebraska ; supreme
prelate, Mrs. J. O. Arthur, Pennsylvania.

Rathbone Sisters Supreme chief. Belle
Quinlin, Galesburg, 111. ; supreme mis-
tress of records and correspondence, Mrs.
N. Josephine Nelson, Union City, Ind.

Roman Catholic Knights and Ladies of
America Supreme president. J. H. Crum-
ley. Detroit, Mich. ; supreme secretary,
J. J. Duffy, Memphis, Tenn.



AMERICAN FRATERNAL LEAGUE.
(Organized 1897.)

GENERAL OFFICEBS.

President Frederick Peake.
Vice-PresidentCharles W. Vogt.
Secretary Clayton C. Pickett, 618 .nter

Ocean building, Dearborn and Madison

streets, Chicago.
Treasurer Edward Dickinson.



GREAT CITIES OF THE WORLD.



CITY.


Census
year.


Popula
firm.


CITY.


Census
year. '


Popula-
tion.




1901


0.580,010


Budapest


1900


732 H'*?


New York


1900
1901


3.437.202
2.fiH) 559


Hamburg


1900
1899


705,758
700000




1901


2.500.000


Liverpool


1901


084 947


Berlin


1900


1.888,320


Fuchaut


1899


050000




1900


1.098.575


Warsaw


1897


038.209




1900


1,074,957


Shanghalf


1900


015300




1898


1.440.121


Bern


1900


589433




1900


1.439,375


St. Louis




575.238




1900






1901






1900


1.125000




111*)


581 782


Hftlciittfti '


1901




Boston


1900


500, 8! '2




1899


1.000.000


Manchester


1901


543,909




1899


1,000.000




1901




Hankowt


Ih99
1901


1,000.000
83G.ii81


Amsterdam. ..
Madrid


1900
1897


520.012
612 150




1898


821.235


Barcelona


1897


509.585




1901


770.843




1901


509397


\l' 1 InneiroV


1900


750.000




1910


508 957


filascow...


1901


735.900


Suchaut


1899


500.000



'Greater London. tEstimated. |With suburbs.
NOTE. For population of other cities see countries in which they are situated.



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CHICAGO DAILY M:\VS ALMANAC AND YEAK HOOK FOR 1903.



NOTABLE GIFTS TO SCHOOLS IN 1902.



Anonymous, to Albion college, Mich., $10,000.
Anonymous, to University of Chicago for

law school, $500,000.

Anonymous, to McCormick Theological sem-
inary, $30,000.

Anonymous, to Tuskt-gee institute. $25.000.
Anonymous, to Harvard university, $20.000.
Anonymous, to Cornell university, $250,000.
Anonymous, to Teachers' college, Columbia

university, $250,000.
Bacon, Itobert, to Harvard medical school,

$25,000.

Bliss, George T., to Albion college, $21.000.
Carnegie, Andrew, to Cooper Union, $300,000.
Carnegie, Andrew, to Wooster university,

$100,000 (conditional).
Carnegie. Andrew, to Stevens Institute of

Technology, $100,000.
Commercial club of Chicago, to School for

Delinquent and Dependent Boys, $150,000.
Cooper, Edward and Sarah, to Cooper

Union, $600,000.
Fabyan, G. F., to Harvard medical school,

$25,000.

Hewitt, Abram S..to Cooper Union, $250,000.
Higginsou, Francis L., to Harvard medical

school, $60,000.

Hollingsworth, Sarah, and Zacharia Stan-
ley, to Earlhain college, $40,000.
Huntiugton, Mrs. C. P., to Harvard med-
ical school, $250,000.
Lee, Elliott C., to Harvard medical school,

$25,000.
Littlefield, G. L., to Brown university,

$500,000 (by will).
Morgan, J. I 1 ., to southern education,

$2,000,000.
McKee, John (colored), to educate colored

and white orphans, $2,000,000.
Pearsons, D. K., to Whitman college,

$50,000.
Pope, A. A., to Western Reserve university,

$100,000.
Rhodes, Cecil, to scholarships, $10,000,000

(by will).
Richardson. W. L., to Harvard medical

school, $25,000.



Rockefeller, John D., to* Vassar, $200,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to Syracuse univer-
sity. $100,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to Harvard univer-
sity, $1,000,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to William Jewell
college, $25,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to Barnard college,
$500,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to Columbia univer-
sity, $500,000.

Rockefeller. John D., to education in the
south, $1,000,000.

Rockefeller, John D., to Indiana university,



$30,000 (conditional).

tockefeller, John D.,

$100,000 (conditional).



to Smith college,



Rockefeller, John D., to Cornell university,

$250,000.
Rockefeller, John D., to Adelphi college,

$125,000.

Schiff, Jacob H., and others, to Jewish

Theological Seminary of America, $200,000.

Sears, David, to Harvard medical school,

$25,000.

Shattuck, Mr. and Mrs. F. C., to Harvard

medical school, $50,000. ,

Stillman, James, to Harvard medical school,

$100,000.
Thayer, Nathaniel, to Harvard medical

school, $25,000.
Webber, Mrs. Anna S., to Technological

school at Nashville, Tenn., $156,000.
Wharton, Joseph, to University of Pennsyl-
vania, $300,000. /

Winthrop, Mrs. Mary J., to Princeton The-
ological seminary, $500,000.
In the course of the year ended June 30,
1902, the University of Chicago received in
gifts a total of $2,983.354.95, of whicli $1.-
053,978.28 was for special purposes not an-
nounced, $1,001,087.69 for endowment, $578,-
356 for buildings and the remainder for mis-
cellaneous purposes. In July and August
more than $400,000 additional was received.
The names of the donors were not an-
nounced.



CARNEGIE LIBRARY GIFTS.



Andrew Carnegie continued his work of

establishing free public libraries in the

United States and Great Britain. Among

Athol, Mass., $15,000.

Atlantic, Iowa, $12,500.

Bamboo, Wis., $12,000.

Beatrice, Neb., $20,000.

Benton Harbor. Mich., $15,000.

Blue Island, 111., $15,000.

Bozeman, Mont., $15,000.

Brazil, Ind., $20,000.

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, $15,000.

Charlotte, Mich., $10,000.

Chicago Heights, 111., $10,000.

Cincinnati. ()., branch libra-
ries, $180.000.

Danville, Ind.. $10.000.

Denver, Col., $200,000.



the cities and towns in this country profit-
ing by his generosity were the following:



Denison, Iowa, $10,000.
Eau Claire, Wis., $40,000.
Fulton, N. Y., $15,000.
Greensburg, Ind., $15,000.
Hampton, Iowa, $10,000.
Iowa City, Iowa, $25,000.
Kokomo, Ind.. $25,000.
Little Falls, Minn.. $10,000.
Littleton, N. H.. $15,000.
Matiuoketa, Iowa. $10.000.
Mitchell, S. D., $10,000.
Monroe. Wis., $20,000.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.. $15,000
New Albany, Ind., $35,000.
NewBrunswick, N. J., $50,000.



Newton, Kas., $10,000.
Oskaloosa, Iowa. $20,000.
Paris, 111., $18,000.
Redneld, S. D., $10,000.
San Bernardino, Cal., $15,000.
Santa Rosa, Cal.. $20,000.
Saratoga, N. Y., $10,000.
Tipton, Ind., $10,000.
Waterloo, Iowa. $30.000.
Waukesha. Wis.. $15,000.
Yankton, S. D., $10,000.

Mr. Carnegie also gave the
American Library associa-
tion $100,000.



MISCELLANEOUS GIFTS AND BEQUESTS.



Mrs. Harriet S. Benson, for churches, mis-
sions and schools, $500,000.

John M. Burke of Marshall, .Minn., for
establishment of hospital for convalescents,
$4.000,000.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCormick, for



memorial institute for infectious diseases,
$1,000,000.

Wintield Scott Stratton. for Myron Strat-
ton home for consumptives, the
the disabled of Colorado, at
Springs, $10,000,000.



lyron strat-
le poor and i
t Colorado t



.LABOR ORGANIZATIONS.



LABOR ORGANIZATIONS.



AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR.

Headquarters, Washington*, D. C.
President Samuel Gompers.
Secretary 1- rank Morrison.
National and international unions, 99.
State branches, 26.
City centrals, 434.

Local trade and federal labor unions, 1,649.
Total number of affiliated unions, 2,208.
Estimated total membership, 1,500,000.
First convention held Nov. 15-18, 1881.

AFFILIATED NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL

ORGANIZATIONS, NAM US AND ADDRESSES

OF SECRETARIES.

Actors' National Protective UnionLew
Morton, 8 Union square. New York.

Allied Metal Mechanics, International As-
sociation of Geo. B. Buchanan. Toledo, O.

Bakers and Confectioners' International,
Journeymen F. H. llarzbecker, 236 Supe-
rior street, Cleveland. O.

Barbers' International Union. Journeymen
W. K. Klapetzky, Electric building, Cleve-
land. O.

Blacksmiths, International Brotherhood of
Robert B. Kerr, Moline, 111.

Blast Furnace Workers and Smelters of
America, National Association of Wil-
liam J. Clark, 128 Saudusky street, Buf-
falo. N. Y.

Boilermakers and Iron Shipbuilders. Broth-
erhood of W. J. Gilthorpe, Portsmouth
building, Kansas City, Kas.

Bookbinders, International Brotherhood of
James W. Dougherty, 216 East 76th street,
New York.

Boot and Shoe Workers' Union^C. L. Baine,
434 Albany building, Boston, Mass.

Brewery Workmen, International Union of
United Louis Kemper, Odd-Fellows' Tem-
ple, Cincinnati, O.

Brick, Tile and Terra Cotta Workers' Al-
liance, International George Hodge, 155
Washington street, Chicago, 111.

Broommakers' Union, International W. R.
Boyer, 387 South Prairie street, Gales-

Carpenters and Joiners of America. United
Brotherhood of Frank Duffy, Lipplncott
building, 46 North 12th street, Philadel-
phia, Pa.

Carpenters and Joiners, Amalgamated So-
ciety of Thomas Atkinson, 332 East 93d
street. New York.

Carriage and Wagon Workers, Internation-
al c. A. Peterson, 54 Aiken avenue,
Cleveland, O.

Carvers' Association of North America, In-
ternational Wood M. A. Brinkman, Belle-
Car Workers, International Association of
A. I). Wheeler, 644 Prudential building,
Buffalo, N. Y.

Chainmakers' National Union of the United
States of America Russell .L. Mohler, 609
Genesee street. Trenton, N. J.

Chicago Federation of LaborPresident,
George V. Lighthall; secretary, Walter
Carmody.

Cigarmakers' International Union of Amer-
icaGeorge W. Perkins, room 820, 320
Dearborn street, Chicago, 111.

Clerks' International Protective Associa-
tion. Retail Max Morris, box 1441, Den-
ver. Col.

Clothingmakers' Union of America, Special
Order Charles V. Peterson, room 10 Met-
ropolitan block, LaSalle and Randolph
streets, Chicago, 111.



Cloth Hat and Cap Makers of North Amer-
ica, United Maurice Mikol, 66 Bast 4th
street, New York.

Coopers' International Union of North
America James A. Cable, 411-412 Ports-
mouth building, Kansas City. Kas.

Coremakers' International Union M. F.
Flaherty, 101 Baxter street, tJouth Bos-
ton, Mass.

Curtain Operatives of America, Amalga-
mated Lace Charles Pasley, 3338 Howard
street, Philadelphia, I'M.

Drivers' International Union, Team George
Innis, 29 Monroe avenue W., Detroit, Mich.

Electrical Workers of America, Internation-
al Brotherhood of H. W. Sherman, Cor-
coran building, Washington, D. C.

Engineers, National Brotherhood of Coal
Hoisting T. E. Jenkins, Danville, 111.

Engineers, International Union of Steam
R. A. McKee, 224 Masonic Temple,
Peoria, 111.

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of Wil-
liam Delahay, 76 Ahrens building, Elm
and Franklin streets, New York.

Engravers, International Association of
Watch Case F. Huber, box 263, Can-
ton, O.

Firemen, International Brotherhood of Sta-
tionary C. L. Shamp, 1053 Grand avenue,
Toledo, O.

Fitters and Helpers, National Association
of 'Steam and Hot-Water W. L. Onstott,
2834 Wallace street, Chicago, 111.

Flour and Cereal Mill Employes, Interna-
tional Union of -A. K. Kellington, 921
26th avenue N., Minneapolis, Minn.

Garment Workers of America, United
Henry White, rooms 116-117 Bible House,
New York.

Garment Workers' Union, International La-
dies'Bernard Bruff, 8 1st avenue, New
York.

Glass Bottle Blowers' Association of the
United States and Canada William Lau-
ner, rooms 930-931 Witherspoon building,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Glass Workers' Union, American Flint
John L. Dobbins, room 316 Bissell block,
Pittsburg, Pa.

Glass Workers, International Association
Amalgamated William Figolah, 3257
Union avenue, Chicago, 111.

Glass Snappers' National Protective Asso-
ciation of America, Window W. C. Mc-
Enteer, 113 Hains street, Kane, Pa.

Gold Beaters' National Protective Union of
America, United W. Norris Batturs, 1135
Baring street, Camden, N. J.

Granite Cutters' National Union James
Duncan, 606 F street N. W., Washing-
ton, D. C.

Grinders' National Union, Table Knife-
Richard Odium. Unionville, Conn.

Hatters of N,orth America, United John
Phillips, 797 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn,
N. Y.

Horseshoers of the United States and Can-
ada, International Union of Journeymen
Roady Keuehan, 1548 Wazee street, Den-
ver, Col.

Hotel and Restaurant Employes' Interna-
tional Alliance and Bartenders' Interna-
tional League of America Jere L. Sufli-
van, 903 Elm street, Cincinnati, O.

Illinois State Federation of Labor Presi-
dent, Adam Meache, Kewanee; secretary
and treasurer, J. F. Morris, Springfield.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK TOR 1903.



Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, Amalgamated
Association of John Williams, House
building, Pittsburg. Pa.
Jewelry Workers' Union of America, Inter-
national J. O. Jackson, 275 7th street,
Buffalo. N. Y.

Lathers, International Union of Wood, Wire
and Metal A. F. Leibig, 182 Abbey street,
Cleveland, O.

Laundry Workers' International Union,
Shirt, Waist and Charles E. Noriieck,
lookbox 10, station 1, Troy, N. Y.
Leather Workers on Horse Goods, United
Brotherhood of J. J. Pfeiffer, 435 Gibral-
tar building, Kansas City, Mo.
Leather Workers' Union of America, Amal
gamated John Roach, 317 North 7th
street. Clean, N. Y.
Longshoremen's Association, International
Henry C. Barter, Wetherbee building, D<
troit. Mich.

Machinists, International Association of
George Preston, Corcoran building, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Machine Printers and Color Mixers of the
United States, National Association of
Charles McCrory, 315 West 42d street,
New York.

Marble Workers, International Association
of Henry Roberts, 273 Porter street, De-
troit, Mich.

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of
North America, Amalgamated Homer D.
Call, lockbox 317. Syracuse, N. Y.
Metal Polishers, Buffers, Platers and Brass
Workers' Union of North America James
J. Cullen, 25 3d avenue, station D, New
York.

Metal Workers' International Association,
Amalgamated Sheet John E. tsray, 313
Nelson building, Kansas City. Mo.
Metal Workers' International Union, United
C. O. Sherman, 148 West, Madison street,
Chicago, 111.

Mine Managers and Assistants' Mutual Aid
Association, National William Sca'ife,
Springfield, 111. '

Mine Workers of America, United William
B. Wilson, 1101 Stevenson building, In-
dianapolis, Ind.

Mine Workers' Progressive Union of Amer-
ica, Northern Mineral Matt Wasley, Ish-
peming, Mich.

Molders' Union of North America, Iron E.
J. Denney, 433 Walnut street, Cincin-
nati. O.
Musicians, American Federation of Owen

Miller, 20 Elm building, St. Louis, Mo.
Oil and Gas Well Workers, International
Brotherhood of Jay H. Mullen, Bo'wling 1
Green. O.

Painters, Decorators and Paperhangers of.
America, Brotherhood of M. P. Carriek,
drawer 199. Lafayette. Ind.
Papermakers of America, United Brother-
hood of P. J. Ackerman. 57 Smith build-
ing, Watertown, N. Y.

Patternmakers' League of North America
J. B. McNerney, 25 3d avenue. New York
Paving Cutters' Union of the United States
of America J. H. Patterson. Litnonia, Ga.
Piano and Organ Workers' Union of Amer-
ica, International Frank Helle, 1350 42d
court, Chicago, 111.

Plumbers. Gasfltters, Steainfitters and
Steamlitters' Helpers, United Association
of L. W. Tilden, 518 Ogden building,
Chicago, 111.

Plate Printers' Union of North America.

International Steel and Copper T. L.

Malian, 12 LoRoy street, Dorchester. MMSS.

Potters. National Brotherhood of Operative

T. J. Duffy, box 50, East Liverpool, O.



Powder and High Explosive Workers of
America, United James G. McCrindle,
Gracedale, Pa.

Printing Pressmen's Union, International
W. J. Webb, 1007 Putnam avenue, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.

Print Cutters' Association of America, Na-
tional Thomas G. Clark, 2555 Sartain
street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Railway Employes of America, Amalga-
mated Association of Street W. D. Ma-
hon, 45 Hodges block, Detroit, .Mich.
Railroad Telegraphers, Order of L. W.
Quick, Fullertou building, St. Louis, Mo.
Railway Trackmen, Brotherhood of John
T. Wilson, 303 Benoist building, Si.
Louis, Mo.

Sawsmiths' Union of North America Her-
bert I. Scott, 1316 Capitol avenue N.,
Indianapolis. Ind.

Shipwrights, Joiners and Calkers of Amer-
ica, National Union of Thomas Durett,
34 1st street, Elizabeth. N. J.
Seamen's Union, International William H.
Frazier, 1%A Lewis street, Boston. Mass.
Spinners' Association, Cotton Mule Samuel

Ross, box 367, New Bedford, Mass.

Stage Employes' International Alliance,

Theatrical Lee M. Hart, care of Bartl's

hotel, Chicago, 111.

Stereotypers and Elect rotypers' Union of

North America, Inter'natlonal George W.

Williams, 534 Warren street, Boston, Mass.

Stove Mounters' International Union J. H.

Kaefer, 166 Concord avenue, Detroit. Mich.

Tailors' Union of America. Journeymen

John B. Lennon, box 597, Bloomington, 111.

Textile Workers of America. United Albert

Hibbert, box 713, Fall River, Mass.
Tllelayers and Helpers' Union, Internation-
al Ceramic, Mosaic and Encaustic James
P. Reynolds, 108 Corry street, Allegheny,
Pa.

Tinplate Workers' Protective Association
of America, International Charles E.
Lawyer, Reilly block. Wheeling, W. Va.
Tobacco Workers' International Union E.
Lewis Evans, American National Bank
building, Louisville, Ky.
Trunk and Bag Workers' International
Union of America Charles J. Gille, 1522
North 17th street. St. Louis. Mo.
Tube Workers of United States and Can-
ada, International Association of John



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