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* Equitable Fraternal Union-M. L. Campbell, Nee. L'Union St. Jean-Baptiste-J. Ad. Caron, Woonnah, Wis.

socket, R. I. Famabrosis Society-E. E. Waring, 722 Loan and *Locomotive Engineers' M. L. and A. Insurance Trust building, Washington, D. C.

Association-W. E. Futch, president, CleveFellowship of Solidarity-Walter Goody, 1847 land, 0. Broadway, New York, N. Y.

Married Men's League-John A. Sydney, Hanni*Fraternal Bankers' Reserve Society-R. D. Tay-|

bal, Mo. lor, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

*Masonic Mutual Relief Association-William *Fraternal Benefit ' League-Frank P. Tyler, 95

Montgomery, 12th and F streets, Washington. Crown street, New Haven, Conn..

- D. c. *Fraternal Censer-R. P. Nichols, Dayton, O.

Masonic Catholic Order of Foresters-J. J. Leon† Fraternal Aid Association-T. J. Edmunds, Law

ard, 17 Worcester street, Boston, Mass. rence, Kas.

*Modern American Fraternal Order-G. M. Le. Fraternal Assurance Society of America-Fremont

Crone, Effingham, Ill. L. Jones, Fort Wayne, Ind.

*Modern Brotherhood of America-E. L. Fraternal Home-Charles Sanderson, Hamilton, Mo.

Balz,

Mason City, Iowa. Fraternal Life Association-S. C. Hea cox, Hast

Modern Magi-A. L. Clark, Holmes building, ings, Neb.

Galesburg, 111. +Fraternal Mystic Circle-F. H. Duckwitz, 1913 |

*Modern National Reserve-I. Earl Lee, Charles Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

City, Iowa. *Fraternal Reserve Association-C. M. Robinson,

*Modern Order of Prætorians-C. B. Gardner, Oshkosh, Wis.

Dallas, Tex. Fraternal Reserve Life Association-C. M. Carson,

* Modern Protective Association-L. W. Dorsett, Peoria, Ill.

Sayre, Pa. *Fraternal Tribunes-Robert Rexdale, Rock Island,

Modern Woodmen of America-C. W. HawesIII.

Rock Island, Ill. *Fraternal Union of America-F. F. Roose, presi

*Mutual Protective League-J. R. Paisley, Litchdent, 1430 Champa street, Denver, Col.

field, Ill. *German Beneficial Union-Louis Thumm, 422 6th *Mystic Toilers-J. F. Taake. Des Moines, Iowa. avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.

*Mystic Workers of the World-Edmund Jackson, *Grand Fraternity. The-W. E. Gregg, 1414 Arch Fulton, Ill. street, Philadelphia, Pa.

National Fraternal League-P. G. Wright, Green Gold Reserve Life Association-C. W. Campbell,

Bay, Wis. Mount Pleasant, Mich.

* National Protective Legion-George A. Scott, Home Defenders of America–J. A. Thrasher, man president, Waverly, N. Y. ager, Brazil, Ind.

National Provident Union-F. E. Currier. 325 *Highland Nobles-J. L. Rose, president, Water Eagle building. Brooklyn, N. Y. loo, Iowa.

† National Union-J. W. Myers. Union building, Home Fraternal League-C. J. Kinne, Masonic Toledo, O. Temple, Chicago, Ill.

*New England Order of Protection-M. D. Frye, *Home Guards of America-J. W. Evans, Van 20 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Wert, 0.

New Era Association-A. M. Webster, 20 Fountain *Idieal Reserve Association-E. W. Donovan, man street, Grand Rapids, Mich. ager, Majestic building, Detroit, Mich.

North American Union-G. Langhenry, Railway f Improved Order of Heptasophs-S. H. Tattersall, Exchange building, Chicago, Ill.

Preston and Cathedral streets, Baltimore, Ma. *North Star Benefit Association-Ellen A. Olson. Independent Order of Foresters-Dr. Oronhyatek Moline, Ill. ha, Toronto, Ont.

Occidental Mutual Benefit Association-E. A. Independent Order of Mutual Aid-C. D. Brainard, Nickleson, Salina, Kas. Peoria, Ill.

Order of Canadian Home Circles-J. M. Foster, Independent Order of Puritans-J. W. Powers, 218 Toronto, Ont. 4th avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.

* Order of Columbian Knights-E. D. Peifer, 701 Independent Scandinavians' Workingmen's Associa Masonic Temple, Chicago, Ill. tion-P. J. Smith, Eau Claire, Wis.

Order of Home Guardians--L. D. M ilne, Mitchell, *Knights and Ladies of the Red Cross-Galen S. D. Groff, 728 Park building, Pittsburg, Pa.

Order of Mutual Protection--G. Del Vecchio, Knights and Ladies of Honor-George D. Tait, In National Life building, Chicago, Ill. dianapolis, Ind.

Order of Patricians-E. H. Platt, Tonelier build*Knights and Ladies of Security-J. M. Wallace, ing. Benton Harbor, _Mich. 701 Kapsas avenue, Topeka, Kas.

*Order of Pendo-A. P. Tugwell, president, Los Knights of Columbus-Daniel Colwell, 23 Church Angeles, Cal. street, New Haven, Conn.

fOrder of Scottish Clans-Peter Kerr, 134 SumKnights of Father Mathew-T. S. Bowdern, 1803 mer street, Boston, Mass. Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.

Order of Select Knights-George K. Staples, 733 *Knights of Honor-Noah 'M. Givan, Odd Fellows' Ellicott square, Buffalo, N. Temple, St. Louis, Mo.

Order of Amaranth-Peter J. Jeup. 242 Moran * Knights of Pythias-Carlos S. Hardy, 1220 Man street, Detroit, Mich. hattan building, Chicago, Ill.

*Order of the Golden Seal-Arthur F. Bounton, #Knights of Maccabees of the World-L. E. Siss Roxbury, N. Y. ler, Port Huron, Mich.

Order of Unity-C. A. Coons, Pittsburg, Pa. #Knights of the Modern Maccabees-N. S. Boynton, *Order of Washington-J. L. Mitchell, Marquam president, Port Huron, Mich.

building, Portland, Ore. *Ladies' Catholic Benefit Association-Mrs. J. A. Order of the Iroquois-W. A. Rice, 614 Ellicott Royer, 443 11th street, Erie, Pa.

square. Buffalo, N. Y. *Ladies of the Maccabees of the World--Miss Bina

Order of the White Cross-Elmer S. Grundy, JoM. West, Port Huron, Mich.

liet, Ill. *Ladies of the Modern Maccabees-Mrs. Frances *Pathfinder, The-George R. McKay, president, E. Burns, president, St. Louis, Mich.

Society for Savings building, Cleveland, O. Legion of Honor of Missouri-J. M. Smith. 413 Protected Home Circle-The Hon. W. S. Palmer, Fullerton building, St. Louis, Mo.

Sharon, Pa. Life and Annuity Association-F. I. Shale, Hia *Prudent Patricians of Pompeii-David Swinton, watha, Kas.

Saginaw, Mich. *Lincoln Annuity Union-Ernest Duden, 461 Cas- †Royal Arcanum-w. S. Robson, 407 Shawmut avetro street, San Francisco, Cal.

nue, Boston, Mass. *Loyal Association-Frank S. Petter, Lincoln Royal Highlanders-F. J. Sharp, Aurora, Neb. Trust building, Jersey City, N. J.

#Royal League-Charles E. Piper, 1601 Maanin *Loyal Guard-E. 0. Wood, Flint, Mich.

Temple, Chicago, Ill. Loyal Mystic Legion of America-G. A. Wigton. Royal Neighbors of America-Mre. Winnie Bieto treåsurer, Hastings, Neb.

, Peoria, Ill.

Royal Templars of Temperance (Canada)- Dr. C. United Order of the Golden Cross-W. R. Cooper, V. Emroy, Hamilton, Ont.

Knoxville, Tenn. Select Knights and Ladies-Ed. H. Wheeler, 611 l'nited Order of Pilgrim Fathers-Naiban Cary, Minnesota avenue, Kansas Cit. Kas.

Lawrence, Mass. *Societe des Artisans Canziens Francais-Ger

*United Presbyterian Mutual Benefit Associationmaine Beaulieu, 115 Rue St. Francois Xavier,

Hugh R. Moffett, Monmouth, Ill.
Montreal, Canada.
Sons and Daughters of Justice-W. W. Walker,

Vesta Circle-Frank H. Knapp, 1619 Masonic TemMinneapolis, Kas.

ple, Chicago, III. i Supreme Tribe of Ben-Hur-D. W. Gerard, presi

Western Catholic Union John Schauf. Quincy, Ill. dent, Crawfordsville, Ind.

* Women of Woodcraft-J. L, Wright, Leadville, Toilers' Fraternity-Z. T. Trumbo, 217 East Prai Col. rie street, Pontiac, Ill.

Woodmen's Protective Association-W. A. North*Triple Tie Benefit Association-G. M. Stratton, cott, president, Springfield, Ill. Clay Center, Kas.

*Woodmen of the World (sovereign jurisdiction)Union Fraternal League-James F. Re; nolls. 183 J. C. Root, Omaha, Neb. Summer Street, Boston, Mass.

* Woodmer of the World (Pacific jurisdiction)-1. United Aid of Cheboygan-E. A. Hickey, Cheboy A. Boak, 1447 Tremont street, Denver, Col. gan, Mich.

Woodmen of the World (Canadian jurisdiction)*United American Mechanics' Junior Order Bene W. C. Fitzgerald, London, Ont.

fit Degree-S. Collins, 432 Diamond street, Pitts Workmen's Benefit Association-James H. Cutten, burg. Pa.

74 Boylston street, Boston, Mass. United Artisans-c. L. McKenna, Commercial *Yeomen of America-F. S. Silsbee, president, Ore. building, Portland, Ore.

gon, Ill.
WORLD'S INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN TEA AND COFFEE.

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[From the Crop Reporter.) EXPORTS OF TEA IN 1904.

Country. Pounds. Country. Pounds.

Colombia ....
Pounds. | Country. Pounds.

130,000,000 Country.

Nicaragua ...

21,661,621 Japan India. .215,681,204 British

47,108,802

Costa Rica... 27,730,672 Porto Rico... 15,330,590 ...... ..

Dutch 2,027,200

East Ceylon

Salvador ..... ........ 157,929,342 Singapore .

75,314,093 Indies Other countr's. 2.273,000

.. 77,168,254 Singapore ... .........193,499.867 China

12,367,156

Guatemala .. Dutch East In

71,653,700 Venezuela ... 128,000,000 dies ......... 26,011,407 Total ........666,273,416

Haiti ...... 81,407,346 Other coun

Jamaica ... 5,781,410 tries ....... 50,423,900 Formosa ...... 21, 242,594

Mexico ......

41,855,368 IMPORTS OF TEA IN 1904.

Netherlands..

Total ......2, 268,109,976 Argentina .... 2,418,217 | Indo-China

IMPORTS OF COFFEE IN 1904. Australia ...... 28,688,974 (French) ... 3,436,080

Argentina ... 16,931.049 Norway ...... 23.699,731 Austria-Hung'y 2,662,742 Netherlands ... 8.791,208

Austria-Hun

Russia .......

20,945,424 British India.. 5,135,126 New Zealand.. 5,225,668

gary ....... 108,701,092 Singapore 12,543,214 Canada ........ 26,314,242 Persia ..... .. 5,733,305

Belgium ... 154,387,057 Spain ........

22,000,781 Cape of Good Russia ........ 121,648.892 Cape of Good

Sweden ...... 60,623,344 Hope ........ 3,322.815 Singapore ..... 4,208,000

Hope ....

19,448,590 Switzerland.. 22,562,322 Chile

1,760,302
United king-

Cuba .... 20,716,876 United king

dom .........270,514,472 Dutch East In

Denmark

25,552,674 dom ........ 39,508.156 dies

4,044,820
890 United States. 102,706.599

Egypt ..... 12,789,537 United States 1,047,792,984 France ........ 2.416.200 Other countr's. 11,509.000

Finland ... 23,291.871 Other counGermany ...... 7,168,769 Total ........617,738,431 France ....

168,198,472 tries ....... 56.330,000 Germany.

398,486,529 EXPORTS OF COFFEE IN 1904.

Italy .... 39,087,728 Total ......2,487,433.713 Brazil .......1,326,027,795 | British India. 36,920,464 | Netherlands. 193,836.257

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COFFEE AND TEA CONSUMED IN THE UNITED STATES.
COFFEE

TEA.
YEAR ENTET)
JUNE 30.

Per

Price*
Imports.

Per

Price*
Imports.
capitat

capitat
Pounds. Value. Cents. Lbs. Pounds, Value. Cents. Lbs.
51,488,248 $4,227,021 8.3 2.98 8,609,415 $2,425.018 23.3
91.996.095 8.546.222 8.8 5.06 20.006,595 5,427.010

24.1

.99 115,272 687 11,234,835

7.6

5.60 29,872,654 4.719,232 14 1 1.22 202,144.733 21.883,797 10.8 5.79 31,696,657 8,915,327 26.3 .81 235,256,574 24.234,879 10.3 6.00 47.408,481 13.863,273

1.10 446,850,727 60,360,769

13.5

8.78 72,162,936 19,782,931 27.4 1.39 499,159,120 78,267.432 16.0 7.83 83,886,829 12,317,493 15.0 1.33 737.991.911 52.467,913 7.5 9.81 84.845,107 10.558.110 12.4 1.09 857.018.121 63, 104,646

10.48 89,806,453 11,017,876 12.3 1.14 1,092.341,170 71.125,449

6.4
13.42 75,579,125 9,390,128

.91 923,253,821 60.146,754

10.91 108,574,905 15,659,229 14.5 1.30 908.677,479 69,988,202

7.0

11.83 112,905,541 18,229,310 16.1 1.31 1,06.028.441 84,710.383 8.1 12.17 102,706.599 16,230,858 15.8 1.23

853.799.615 73,514,444 8.61 9.95 93,621,750 14.580,878 15.6 1.10 * Average import price per pound. Consumption per capita based on net imports.

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GREAT FLOOD IN PITTSBURG. During the week of March 11-16, 1907, ten square were thrown out of employment. The property miles of the city of Pittsburg, Pa., were sub loss in Pittsburg and vicinity was estimated at merged by a flood in the Mononga hela, Allegheny more than $10,000,000. Much damage was also and Ohio rivers. The water reached the highest done by high water at Parkersburg and Wheeling, stage ever known, which was thirty-seven feet | W. Va., and Marietta, Mingo, Athens and Nelson. at Market street. Fourteen persons lost their ville, 0. In all, fifty-one lives were lost. lives, hundreds were made homeless and 100,000

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PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES OF THE UNITED STATES.. .
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. Nebraska-Thomas A. Creigh......... ..Omaha

A. M, Trimble......

.. Lincoln First post organized at Decatur, ill., April 6, 1866.

New Hampshire-Wm. S. Pillsbury... Londonderry GENERAL OFFICERS.

Frank Battles.....

..... Concord Commander in Chief-Chas. G. Burton, Nevada, X New Jersey-Arthur W. French....... ...Forest Hill Senior Vice-Commander-Lewis G. Groffith, Troy, W. H. Van Iderstine..

...... Newark N. Y.

New Mexico-W. W. McDonald...... . Albuquerque Junior Vice-Commander-William M. Scott, At · J. G. Caldweli.......

. Albuquerque lanta, Ga.

North Dakota-S. J. Hill.....

....... Fargo Surgeon-General-Dr. Lane Taneyhill, Baltimore,

E C. Gearey.........

.......Fargo Md.

Ohio-W. S. Rogers........

.... Cleveland Chaplain-Bishop Samuel Fallows, Chicago.

Charles Griswold............... .... Cleveland OFFICIAL STAFF. Adjutant-General-Jere T. Dowe, Kansas City, Mo.

Oklahoma-Wm. H. Horraday.... ...... Lawton

M. Assistant Adjutant-General-Joseph Shaw, Zanes

M. Duncan................ ...... Lawton Fille, 0.

Oregon-S. F. Blythe........

..Hood River Quartermaster-General-Charles Burrows, Ruther

C. A. Williams............... ........ Portland ford, N. J.

Pennsylvania-Wn. T. Powell... ...... Pittsburg Assistant Quartermaster-General-J. Henry Hol Chas. Suydam......................Philadelphia comb, Philadelphia, Pa.

Potomac-Newton Ferree ............. Washington Chief of Staf-J. C. Winans, Toledo, O.

James A. Allen........... ..... Washington Judge-Advocate General-L. W. Collins, Minne Rhode Island-Ed. Wilson....

...Providence apolis, Minu.

Philip S. Chase. ........

. . Providence Council of Administration-Frank M. Sterrett, St.

South Dakota-T. C. DeJean..... ... Plankinton Louis; Thomas W. Scott, Springfield, Ill.; Wil

W. G. Andrews....

... Plankinton liam Armstrong, Indianapolis; Philip Cheek, Bar

Tennessee-Will A. McTeer.. ahoo, Wis.; Williain J. Patterson, Pittsburg:

....Maysville Samuel J. Lawrence, Northville, Mich.; James

Bin A. Hainiiton...

....Knoxville Texas-L. L. Whittaker.....

... San Antonio Owens, New York city.

John H. Bolton......... Inspector-General-Col. D. R. Stowitz, Buffalo.

...... San Antonio

Utah-Alfred Kent........ N. Y.

..Salt Lake City

R. G. Sleater...... General Headyuarters—Zanesville, o. .

.....Salt Lake City

Vermont-A. C. Brown................ Montpelier DEPARTMENT COMMANDERS AND ASSISTANT AD

Ker.................................. Montpellier JUTAXT-GENERALS 1907.

Virginia and North Carolina

A. A. Hagar... National Soldiers' Home, Virginia Alabama-W. M. Campbell...... .......Florence John G. Sprague.... Nat. Soldiers' Home, Virginia C. C. Chapin............

..Birmingham Washington and AlaskaArizona-N. S. Fulmer.......

........ Tucson W. H. Mock.................Bellingham, Wash. W. F. R. Schindler..... . . . . . . . Phenix M. C. Cole.....

......Bellingham, Wash. Arkansas-C. Altenberg .....

... Little Rock West Virginia--J. M. Adams.........Ravenswood A. Walrath..................

.. Little Rock A. J. Charter....................:: Ravensw California and Nevada

.......... Ravenswood

Wisconsin-John C'Martin Wm. G. Waters........

. San Francisco

Jonn C. Martin.......... Mineral Point

W. W. Williams.................. Mineral Point John H. Roberts......

....San Francisco Colorado and Wyoming

NATIONAL EXCAMPMENTS AND COMMANDERS IN CHIEF. R. H. Melette...

..Harris, Col. 1866–Indianapolis; 's. A. Hurlbut, Illinois. W. W. Ferguson......

...Denver, Col. 1868–Philadephia; John A. Logan, Illinois, Connecticut-Chas. A. Appel.......... Middletown | 1869–Cincinnati; John A. Logan, Illinois.

William E. Morgan........ .... New Haven 1870-Washington; John A. Logan, Illinois. Delaware-Jesse Hellings....

. . . . Dover 1871-Boston; A. E. Burnside, Rhode Island. J. Shitzenburg..

Wilmington

1872--Cleveland: A. E. Burnside, Rhode Island. Florida-Samuel W. Fox. .

....Jacksonville 1873–New Haven; C. Devens, Jr., Massachusetts, Charles M. Ellis.

.....Jacksonville 1874-Harrisburg; C. Devens, Jr., Massachusetts. Georgia and South Carolina

1875-Chicago; J. F. Hartranft, Pennsylvania. 0. P. Webster......

... Fitzgerald, Ga. 1876-Philadelphia; J. F. Hartranft, Pennsylvania. S. C. Brown.....................Fitzgerald, Ga. 1877-Providence; J. C. Robinson, New York. Idaho A. M. Rowe...

.........Payette 1878-Springfield; J. C. Robinson, New York. H. M. Barber....

.......Boise 1879-Albany; William Earnshaw, Ohio. Illinois-A. C. Matthews..

..... Pittsfield 1880-Dayton, 0.; Louis Wagner, Pennsylvania. Charles A. Partridge.....

.. Chicago 1881-Indianapolis; G. S. Merrill, Massachusetts. Indiana-Wm. A. Ketcham... .... Indianapolis | 1882-Baltimore; P. Vandervoort, Nebraska.

John R. Fesler........ ....... Indianapolis 1883-Denver; R. B. Beath, Pennsylvania. Indian Territory-A. G. Crutch mer.......Okmulgee 1884–Minneapolis; John S. Kountz, Ohio. Samuel H. Smith ..................... Muskogee

1885–Portland, Me.; S. S. Burdette, Washington, Iowa-David J. Palmer....

.... Des Moines

D. C. George 1. Newman.....

...Des Moines

1886-San Francisco; L. Fairchild, Wisconsin. Kansas-R. A. Campbell..

.. Hutchinson 1887–St. Louis; John P. Rea, Minnesota. J. M. Miller.........

........ Topeka 1888-Columbus, O.; Wm. Warner, Missouri. Kentucky--Le Vant Dodge....

........ Berea 1889-Milwaukee; Russell A. Alger, Detroit. M. J. Gabbard..

.......... Berea 1890—Boston; W. G. Veazey, Rutland, Vt. Louisiana and Mississippi

1891-Detroit: John Palmer, Albany P. H. Boyie..............

.. New Orleans 1892–Washington; A. G. Weissert, Wisconsin. M. A C. Hussey ..................New Orleans | 1893-Indianapolis; J. G. B. Adams, Massachusetts Maine-Frank F. Goss...

.....Auburn 1894-Pittsburg; T. G. Lawler, Illinois. George F. Gifford..........

..... Auburn 1895--Louisville; 1. N. Walker, Indiana. Maryland-Fred C. Tarr.....

Baltimore 1896–St. Paul;' T. S. Clarkson. Omaha. Neb. Robert C. Sunstrom...

.. Baltimore 1897-Buffalo; J. P. S. Gobin, Lebanon, Pa. Massachusetts-D. H: L. Gleason. ...... Natick 1898-Cincinnati; James A. Sexton, Chicago. Wilfred A. Wetherbee......

... Boston 1899– Philadelphia; Albert D. Shaw, N. Y. Michigan-William Jibb.

. Adrian 1900—Chicago; Leo Rassieur, St. Louis. Fayette Wyckoff .....

.... Lansing 1901-Cleveland: Ell Torrance, Minneapolis. Minnesota-George A. W

... Wadena 1902-Washington; T. J. Stewart, Pennsylvania. Orton S. Clark.....

linneapolis 1903-San Francisco; J. C. Black, Illinois. Missouri-T. D. Kimball...

t. Louis 1904-Boston; W. W. Blackmar. Boston. Thomas B. Rodgers.......

t. Louis 1905-Denver; James Tanner, Washington. • Montana-B. N. Beebe.....

...Butte | 1906–Minneapolis; Robert B. Brown, Ohio. R. G. Huston..............

..Butte I 1907---Saratoga-Chas, G. Burton, Missouri.

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OSFESTA

43

1887.

MEMBERSHIP BY DEPARTMENTS.

Junior Vice-President-Susan James, Jacksonville, Dec. 31, 1906.

Fla.

Secretary-Florence M. Wallace, China, Me.

Mem-
Mem-

Treasurer-Catherine Ross, Denver, Col.
Depts. Posts. bers. Depts. Posts. bers.
Alabama ....

Chaplain-Katheryn Fairback, St. Louis, Mo.
12

235 121 | Missouri .....

7,459

Counselor-Elma B. Dalton, Winfield, Kas. Arizona .....

6 141 Montana ... 13 395 Arkansas 21 403 Nebraska .... 195 4,350

National Inspector-Genevieve H. Longfield, 219 Califorina and

N. Hampshire

2,689

Walnut street, Chicago, Ill. Nevada ... 5,576 New Jersey..

4,348

Headquarters--South Portland, Me. Colorado and

New Mexico..

222

Membership, about 45,000. Wyoming ..

2.612 New York.... 26,201 Connecticut... 3,747 X. Dakota....

322

DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS. Delaware ...

Ohio .........

22,424

President-Miss C. Millie Leighton, Clinton, Mass. Florida 327 Oklahoma ...

1,645 Georgia .

Senior Vice-President--Mrs. Nettie Fox, Massillon, 399 Oregon ...

1,918

Ohio. Idaho 509 Pennsylvania

23,217 Illinois 523

Junior Vice-President-Miss Clara F. Hoover, Chi. ... 18,211 Potomac ...

2,224

cago, Ill. Indiana 385 14,015 Rhode Island

1,398

Treasurer-Miss Agnes 1. McCoy, Somerville, Indian Ter... 20 355 S. Dakota....

1,500 Iowa ......... 356 11,221

Mass.

1,33 Tennessee

Chaplain-Mrs. Sarah B. Danford, Concord, N. H. Kansas 267 11,195 Texas .......

506 Kentucky ...

Inspector-Miss Anna M. Kelley, Pueblo, Col. 1092,154 l'tah

273 .....

Patriotic Instructor-Mrs. George E. Wilson, PortLouisiana and

Vermont ....

2,787

land, Me. Mississippi.. 1,080 Virginia and Maine

Secretary-Miss M. Althea Field, 35 Cedar street, ....... 150 5,499 N. Carolina

676

Clinton, Mass. Maryland .... 52 1,974 W. Virginia..

974 Massachusetts 210 15,348 Wisconsin ... 2397, 301

UNITED' CONFEDERATE VETERANS.
Michigan ... 326 11,068
Minnesota ... 171

Organized June 10, 1889.
5,725
6,055 229,932

GENERAL OFFICERS.
MEMBERSHIP BY YEARS.
1879...

44,752 1894. .........

369,083

General Commanding-Gen, Stephen D. Lee, Co1880... 60,634 1895.

357.639

lumbus, Miss. 1881.. .. 85, 8561896....

340,610

Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff -Maj.-Gen. William 1882., 134,701 1897....

319,456

E. Mickle, New Orleans, La. 1883 215,446 1898...

305.603 Army of Northern Virginia Dept.-Commander, 1884.... 273,168 1899.

287.981 Lieut.-Gen. C. I. Walker, Charleston, S. C.; Adj.1885. 294,787 1900.

276.662 Gen. and Chief of Staff, Brig.-Gen. Richard B. 1886. 323,571 | 1901....

269,507 Davis, Petersburg, Va. 355,916 1902....

263, 745 South Carolina Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. T. W. 1888

372,960
1903.

256,510 Carwile, Edgefield, S. C.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief 1889.... 397,774 | 1904.

246,261 of Staff, Col. J. M. Jordan, Greenville, S. C. 1890. 409,489 1905* ...

232,455

North Carolina Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen Julian 1891.... 407.781 19057....

235,823

S. Carr, Durham, N. C.; Adj-Gen. and Chief of 1892. 399,880 1906......

229,932

Staff, Col. H. A. London, Pittsboro, N. C. 1893. 397,223

Virginia Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. S. Bolling, DEATH RATE BY YEARS.

Petersburg; Adj.-Gen, and Chief of Staff, Col. No. Pct.)

No. Pct. Wm. M. Evans, Petersburg. 1888..... . 4,433 1.18 1898.

.8,383 · 2.41 West Virginia Div.--Commander, Maj.-Gen. Robert 1889.

...4,696 1.18 1899.... ....7,994 2.78 White, Wheeling, W. Va.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of 1890. ......5,476 1.331900....

......7,790 2.80 Staff, Col. A. C. L. Gatewood, Linwood. 1891. .5,965 1.46 1901.

....8,166 3.02

Maryland Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. A. C. 1892..... .....6,404 1.61 1902.... .8,299 3.08

Trippe, Baltimore, Md.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of 1893. .....7,002 1.78 1903..... .8,366 3.22

Staff, Col. D. S. Briscoe, Baltimore, 1894

...7,283 2.97 | 1904.... ..9,029 3.60 1895.... ....7,368 2.06 1905*...

Army of Tennessee Dept.-Commander, Lieut.

.9,152 3.90 1896............7, 293 2.21 | 1905f...........9,205 3.90

Gen. Clement A. Evans, Atlanta, Ga.; Adj.-Gen. 1897............7,515 2.35 1906............9,052 3.83

and Chief of Staff, Brig.-Gen. E. T. Sykes, Co

lumbus, Miss. *June 30. Dec. 31. By a new rule the statistics are made to cover the calendar year.

Louisiana Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. J. A. Prud. Total expended for relief during year ended Dec.

• homme, Bermuda; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff,

Col. T. W. Castleman, New Orleans. 31, 1906, $95,314.81.

Tennessee Div.-Commander, Maj-Gen. G. W. GorWOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.

don, Memphis, Tenn.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Organized at Denver, Col., July, 1883.

Staff, Col. J. P. Hickman, Nashville. President-Kate E. Jones, Ilion, N. Y.

Florida Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. William H.. Senior Vice-President-Ida K. Martin, Minneapolis,

Jewell. Orlando; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, Minn.

Col. Robert J. Magill, Jacksonville. Junior Vice-President-Kate G. Vallandigham, Val

Alabama Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. G. P. Harley City, N. D.

rison, Opelika; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, Col. Treasurer-Charlotte E. Wright, New Haven, Conn.

H. E. Jones, Montgomery. Chaplain-Mary E. Hartwell, Los Angeles, Cal.

Mississippi Div.--Commander. Maj.-Gen. Robert Secretary-Elizabeth Brown Daggett, Attleboro,

Lowry, Jackson; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, Mass.

Col. J. L. McCaskill, Brandon. Counselor-Flo Jamison Miller. Wilmington, Ill. Georgia Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. A. J. West, Inspector-Sarah E. Putnam, Dixfield, Me.

Atlanta; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, Col. J. C. Installing Officer-Ada G. Mohr, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Lynes, Atlanta. Press Correspondent-Georgia W. McClellan, Den

Kentucky Div.--Commander. Maj.-Gen. Bennett H. nison, Iowa.

Young, Louisville, Ky.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Patriotic Instructor-Lois M. Knauff, Cleveland, O

Staff, Col. W. A. Milton, Louisville. Chief of Staff-Belle C. Harris, Emporia, Kas.

Trans-Mississippi Dept.-Commander, Lieut.-Gen. Membership, about 150,000.

W. L. Cabell, Dallas; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of

Staff, Brig.-Gen. A. T. Watts, Beaumont, Tex. LADIES OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE RE

Texas Div.--Commander, Maj.-Gen. K. M. Van PUBLIC

Zant, Fort Worth; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, Organized in Chicago, September, 1886.

Col. George Jackson, Fort Worth.

Missouri Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. John B. President-Clara N. Sawyer, South Portland, Me. Stone, Kansas City; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Senior Vice-President-Virginia McClure, Peoria, Ill.) Staff, John C. Moore, Kansas City.

Arkansas Div.-Commander, Brig.-Gen. James H.

Berry, Pine Bluff; Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff,

Col. W. M. Watkins. Little Rock. Oklahoma Div.--Commander, Maj.-Gen. John

Threadgill, Oklahoma City: Adj.-Gen. and Chief of Staff, William M. Cross, Oklahoma City. Northwest Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. Paul A.

Fusz, Philipsburg, Mont.; Adj.-Gen. and Chief

of Staff, Col. Wm. Ray, Philipsburg, Mont. Pacific Div.-Commander, Maj.-Gen. Williain C.

Harrison, M. D., Los Angeles; Adj.-Gen. and

Chief of Staff, Louis Tieman, Tieman, Cal. Membership, about 60,000; camps, 1.300. . The purpose of the society is strictly social, literary. historical and benevolent.

DEPARTMENT OF ILLINOIS.
Commander-John R. Powers, Elgin.
Senior Vice-Commander-Oliver D. Steele, Chicago.
Junior Vice-Commander--Emery F. Marshall, Chi

cago.
Inspector-John Holslag, Aurora.
Judge Advocate-F. W. Latimer, Galesburg.
Adjutant-Martin Sipple, Elgin.
Headquarters-Elgin.

UNION VETERANS' UNION. Commander in Chief-W. L. Dickey, Lowell, Mass. First Deputy Commander in Chief-Patrick Hayes,

Maine. Surgeon-General-W. S. Norcross, Maine. Chaplain-L. H. Little, Massachusetts. Adjutant-General John Munroe, Haverhill, Mass. Assistant Adjutant-General-D. B. H. Bartlett,

Lowell, Mass. Quartermaster-Gen. Fred J. Lufler, Haverhill,

Mass. Executive Committee-F. L. Van Auken, Washing

ton; A. W. Moore, New York; E. N.' Rose. Minnesota; Fred S. Snow, Connecticut; George W. Wentworth, Massachusetts; W. S. Oakman, Maine; James Dammers, Massachusetts.

NAVAL AND MILITARY ORDER OF THE

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.

NATIONAL COMMANDERY. Commander in Chief-Capt. Taylor E. Brown, U. S.

V., Chicago, Ill. Senior Vice-Commander in Chief-Maj. Felix Rosen

berg, U. S. V., Cleveland, O. Junior Vice-Commander in Chief-Lieut. John S.

Muckle, U. S. N., Philadelphia, Pa.
Recorder' in Chief-Maj. Frank Keck, U. S. V., 78

Broad street, New York, N. Y.
Registrar in Chief-Maj. Samuel T. Armstron;

rmstrong, U. S. V., 78 Broad street, New York, N. Y. Treasurer in Chief-Capt. John T. Hilton, U. S. V.,

78 Broad street, New York, N. Y. Chaplain in Chief-Rev. H. A. Hoyt, U. S. V., Cynwyd, Pa.

ILLINOIS COMMANDERY. Commander-Col. Edward C. Young, U. S. V., Chl

cago. Recorder-Lieut. Gordon, Strong, U. S. V., 209 State street, Chicago.

tretieut. Chesiey R. Perry, U. S. V., 189 La Salle street, Chicago. Registrar-Ensign Warren F. Purdy, late U. S. N.,

Chicago.
SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE PHILIP-

PINES.
Commander in Chief-H. A. Crow, Connellsville, Pa.
Vice-Commander-B. J. H. Farrell. Chicago, Ill.
First Junior Commander-Maj.-Gen. J. Franklin

Bell.
Judge-Advocate General-J. II. Fraine, Grafton,

N. D.
Meeting place in 1908, Galesburg, Ill.

UNION VETERANS' LEGION. National Commander-W. H. R. Neal, Philadel

phia, Pa. Senior Vice-Commander-Jacob B. Smith, Wilming

ton, Del. Junior Vice-Commander-J. S. Duschane, Newcas

tle, Pe. Quartermaster-General-J. N. Keiser, Pittsburg, Pa. Surgeon-General-G. W. Born, Buffalo, N. Y. Chaplain-N. H. Holmes, Pittsburg, Pa.

ROUGH RIDERS' ASSOCIATION. President-C. E. Hunter, Oklahoma City, Okla. Vice-President-David Goodrich, New York, N. Y. Secretary-Treasurer-B. H. Colbert, Tishimingo, Okla.

REGULAR ARMY AND NAVY UNION OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Incorporated by special act of congress.

NATIONAL CORPS.
Commander-Joseph B. Morton, Washington, D. C.
Senior Vice Commander-James P. Lockwood, Chi-

cago, Ill. Adjutant-General-Daniel 0. Drennan, Washing

ton, D. C. Paymaster-General-John G. Maynard, Washing

ton, D. C. Quartermaster-General-W. R. Melcher, Washing

ton, D. C. Special Inspector-General–J. M. Campbell, 61

Washington-st., Chicago, Ill. Assistant Inspector-General--William Stein, Ch

cago, Ill. Headquarters-Washington, D. C. General Phil H. Sheridan Garrison No. 31, Chi

cago, meets the 2d and 4th Mondays in each month in Memorial hall, public library building. Commander, James P. Lockwood; adjutant, C. J. S. Arey. UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.

Organized April 19, 1904.

NATIONAL OFFICERS. Commander in Chief-Walter S. Hale, California. Senior Vice-Commander-Henry W. Busch, Michi

gan. Junior Vice-Commander-John J. Caris, Illinois. Judge-Advocate General-John J. McGrath, Massa

chusetts. Surgeon-General-John H. Grant, M, D., New York. Paymaster-General-Frank C. Jones, Pennsylvania. Commissary-General-Calvin Welvin, Washington. Chief Mustering Officer-Wm. H. Lyons, Kentucky. National Historian J. W. Mitchell, Washington,

D. C. President Ladies' Auxiliary-Mrs. Elizabeth Mc

Namara, Massachusetts.

THE VETERAN CORPS OF ARTILLERY, S. N. Y.

Organized at New York city Nov. 25, 1790. Commandant and Ex-Officio President-The Rev.

Morgan Dix, D. D. (Oxon.), LL. D., D: C. L. Vice-Commandant and Ex-Officio Vice-President

The Hon. Asa Bird Gardiner, LL. D., L. H. D. Adjutant-Howland Pell. 102 Front street, New

York, N. Y. Quartermaster-Frederick A. Schermerhorn. Paymaster-Charles Isham. Chaplain-The Rev. Frank L. Humphreys, S. T. D. Surgeon-Malcolm McLean, M. D. Commissary-Morris Patterson Ferris.

This independent military organization of the state of New York was organized under the militia law of congress. It also constitutes the Military Society of the War of 1812.

It was originally organized by officers and soldiers of the war of the revolution, principally from the continental corps of artillery, and served in the war of 1812 in June and July, 1812, and then for six months in United States service from Sept. 2, 1814. Afterward it was recruited from officers and soldiers of the war of 1812 of honorable records. The present membership is 135.

Producent, sale.com austulars – Airs. Ellz

SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI. Organized by Gen. George Washington and his of

ficers May 10, 1783, at the 'cantonments of American army on the Hudson river, New York.

GENERAL OFFICERS. President-General-Winslow Warren, Massachusetts.

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