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Honduras-Senor Dr. Don Jose Rose Pacas, E. E. Russia–Baron Rosen, A. E. and P.
and M. P.

Mr. Kroupensky, counselor.
Italy-Sig. Edmondo M. des Planches, A. E. and P. Prince N. Koudacheff, first secretary.
Sig. Giulio C. Montagna, secretary.

Col. Raspopoff, military attache.
Japan-Viscount S. Aoki, A. E, and P.

Salvador-Senor Don Federico Mejia, E. E. & M. P. Mr. T. Miyaoka, counselor.

Siam-Phya Akharaj Varadhara, E. E. and M. P.

Spain-Senor Don Ramon Pina, E. E. and M. P. Mexico-Senor Don Enrique C. Creel, A. E. and P.

Senor Don Luis Pastor, first secretary. Senor Don Jose F. Godoy, M. P. and first secre.

Senor Don Manuel Walls y Merino, 2d secretary. tary ad interim.

Lieut.-Col. Federico de Monteverde, military atSenor Don Crisoforo Canseco, second secretary,

tache. Netherlands-Jonkherr R. De M. van Swinderen, Sweden-Mr. Herman de Lagercrantz, E. E. & M. P. E. E. and M. P.

Mr. A. Ekengren, counselor of legation. Nicaragua-Senor Don Luis F. Corea, E. E. & M. P. Switzerland-Mr. Leo Vogal, E. E. and M. P. Norway-Mr. H. C. Hauge, E. E. and M. P.

Mr. A. de Pury, secretary of legation. Panama-Senor Don Jose A. Arango, E. E. & M. P. Turkey-Chekib Bey, E. E. and M. P. Paraguay-Senor Don Cecilio Baez, E. E. & M

Djelal Bey, first secretary of legation. Persia-Gen. Morteza Khan, E. E. and M. P. Uruguay-Dr. Luis M. Lafinur, E. E. and M. P. Peru-Mr. Felipe Pardo, E. E. and M. P.

Venezuela-Senor Dr. R. G. Guzman, charge d'af. Portugal-Viscount de Alte. E. E. and M. P.

faires.

STATE AND LOCAL PROHIBITION IN 1907.

Alabama-County option law secured; Sunday clos. | Nebraska-Village and city option; 400 dry cities ing well enforced.

and towns. Arkansas-Sixty dry counties out of seventy-five. Nevada-License. California-Four dry counties and 200 dry cities New Hampshire-Sixty-two per cent of population and towns.

in dry towns. Colorado-Local option secured in 1907.

New Jersey-Sunday closing well enforced; no dry Connecticut-Town and local option; ninety dry counties. cities and towns.

New York--Town and township option; 300 dry Delaware-State voted for prohibition governor cities and towns, Nov. 5, 1907; many cities dry.

North Carolina-Sixty-seven dry counties out of Florida-Thirty-five dry counties out of forty-five.

ninety-seven. Georgia-Adopted state prohibition Aug. 5, 1907.

North Dakota-State prohibition since 1889. Idaho-License; Sunday law passed, 1905.

Ohio-Sunday closing enforced; 1,140 dry cities

and towns. Illinois-Local-option law passed in 1907; twenty

Oregon-Sunday closing enforced; twelve counties seven counties and 600 towns and cities dry;

and 170 cities and towns dry. two-thirds of Chicago's area under prohibition

Oklahoma-State prohibition adopted Sept. 17, 1907. or local-option law.

Pennsylvania-License with privilege of remonIndiana-Dry cities and towns, 723; people in dry

strance; one dry county and several dry cities territory, 1,300,000.

and towns. Iowa-Dry counties, sixty-five; constitutional pro Rhode Island-Sixteen dry cities and towns. hibition adopted in 1882, but courts declared it South Carolina-Recently repealed dispensary law; invalid on technical grounds; no popular vote on move for state prohibition in progress; eighteen question taken since then,

dry counties. Kansas-State prohibition adopted in 1880.

South Dakota-Large sections of state dry Kentucky-Ninety-nine counties dry; only four Tennessee-Sunday closing enforced; 1,845 dry wholly wet; Louisville dry.

cities and towns; outlook for state prohibition Louisiana-Twenty-four dry parishes out of fifty.

favorable. nine.

Texas-One hundred and fifty dry counties and Maine-State prohibition from

constitn

fifty partially dry; campaign for state prohibi. tion since 1884.

tion under way.

Utah-License. Maryland-Fourteen dry counties out of twenty

Vermont - Prohibition expected soon; counties four.

against license. Massachusetts-Dry cities and towns, 250; laws Virginia-Seventy-two dry counties out of 118. strict and well enforced.

Washington-Sunday closing enforced; license with Michigan-Seven hundred dry cities and towns. but fifty dry towns. Minnesota-Sunday closing well enforced in entire West Virginia-Thirty dry counties out of fifty. state; 123 dry cities and towns.

five; governor opposes liquor traffic. Mississippi--Fifty-eight dry counties out of sev Wisconsin-Six hundred and fifty dry cities and enty-five; state governor prohibitionist.

towns. Missouri-Sunday closing enforced in all the cities; | Wyoming-License.

forty-four dry counties in 1907 as against three Arizona and New Mexico-License. in 1905.

District of Columbia-Campaign for prohibition Montana-License.

under way.

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EMPLOYES IN FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE.

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The latest available figures showing the number | Dept.

Male. Female. Total. of employes in the executive civil service of the | Agriculture ............... 3,318 797 4,115 United States are the following, compiled by the Commerce ..........

5,887 546 6,433 bureau of the census for 1903:

Interstate commerce.

147 Civil-service commission.... 106

126 Dept.

Male. Female. Total.
Printing office..............

. 2,846 1,181 4,027 State ......

94
19113
Smithsonian ...................

40337 Treasury .... 19.558

297 3,495 23,053 War .......

10,436

10,799 Total .........................137,061 13,322 150,383 Justice

720

792 of the above 124,737 were in the classified and Postoffice ...

... 85,672 4,075 89,747 25.646 in the unclassified service; 25,675 were emNavy

2,206 89

ployed in the District of Columbia and 124,708 elseInterior

.... 5,774 2,625 8,399 where.

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Sirtieth Congress.

From March 4, 1907, to March 3, 1909.

SENATE.
Republicans, 61; democrats, 31. Compensation for senators, $7,500.
ALABAMA.

NEBRASKA.
Joseph F. Johnston, Dem..........Birmingham..1915 Elmer J. Burkett, Rep.................Lincoln..1911
John H. Bankhead, Dem...............Fayette..1913 Norris Brown, Rep......................Lincoln..1913
ARKANSAS.

NEVADA. James P. Clarke. Dem............. Little Rock..1909

Francis G. Newlands, Dem................ Reno.. 1909 Jefferson Davis, Dem............... Little Rock..1913 George S. Nixon, Rep.............. Winnemucca..1911 CALIFORNIA.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Jacob H. Gallinger, Rep...............Concord..1909 George C. Perkins, Rep................Oakland. .1909

Henry E. Burnham, Rep........... Manchester..1913 Frank P. Flint, Rep...............Los Angeles. .1911

NEW JERSEY.
COLORADO.
John Kean, Rep...

..... Ursino.. 1911 Henry M. Teller, Dem...........Central City..1909 Frank 0. Briggs, Rep...

......Trenton..1913 Simon Guggenheim, Rep.................Denver..1913

NEW YORK.
CONNECTICUT.

Chauncey Depew, Rep.

Rep................ New York..1911 Frank B. Brandegee. Rep.........New London..1909 Thomas C. Platt, Rep...... ......Oswego..1909 Morgan G. Bulkeley, Rep.............. Hartford..1911

NORTH CAROLINA.
Ó DELAWARE.

Lee s. Overman, Dem.

..Salisbury..1909 Henry A. Du Pont, Rep...........Winterthur..1911 F. M. Simmons, Dem........

De ...................Raleigh..1913 Harry A. Richardson, Rep................Dover..1913

NORTH DAKOTA.
FLORIDA.

Henry C. Hansbrough, Rep........Devils Lake. .1909 James P. Talia ferro, Dem........Jacksonville..1911 Peter J. McCumber, Rep............ Wahpeton..1911 Stephen R. Mallory, Dem............Pensacola..1909

OHIO.
GEORGIA.

Joseph B. Foraker, Rep.............Cincinnati..1909 Alexander S. Clay. Dem..............Marietta..1909 Charles Dick, Rep........................ Akron.. 1911 Augustus 0. Bacon, Dem.... .......... Macon..1913

OKLAHOMA.
IDAHO.

Robert L. Owen, * Dem.............. Muskogee. .1913 Weldon B. Heyburn, Rep..............Wallace..1909 Thomas P. Gore,* Dem................. Lawton..1913 William E. Borah, Rep...... ........ Boise..1913

OREGON.
ILLINOIS.

Fred W. Mulkey. Rep.................Portland..1909 Albert J. Hopkins, Rep.................. Aurora..1909

...... Aurora .1909 | Jonathan Bourne, Rep.................Portland..1913Shelby M. Cullom, Rep..............Springfield..1913

PENNSYLVANIA.
INDIANA.

Boies Penrose, Rep..... ...Philadelphia..1909 James A. Hemenway, Rep..... Boonville..1909 Philander C. Knox, Rep............. Pittsburg..1911 Albert J. Beveridge, Rep.......... Indianapolis..1911

RHODE ISLAND.
IOWA.

Nelson W. Aldrich, Rep.............Providence..1911 William B. Allison, Rep..............Dubuque..1909

SOUTH CAROLINA. Jonathan P. Dolliver, Rep..........Fort Dodge..1913

Asbury C. Latimer, Dem.......... ....Belton..1909 KANSAS.

Benjamin R. Tillman, Dem............ Trenton..1913 Chester I. Long, Rep.......... Medicine Lodge..1909

SOUTH DAKOTA. Charles Curtis, Rep...................... Topeka..1913

Alfred B. Kittredge, Rep..........Sioux Falls.. 1909

Robert J. Gamble, Rep.................Yankton..1913 James B. McCreary, Dem............ Richmond..1909

TENNESSEE. A democrat...... ...................................1913

James B. Frazier, Dem....... .......Nashville..1911 LOUISIANA.

Robert L. Taylor, Dem................Nashville..19.13

TEXAS.
Samuel D. McEnery, Dem........ New Orleans..1909
Murphy J. Foster, * Dem..............Franklin..1913

Joseph W. Bailey, Dem............. Gainesville..1913

Charles A. Culberson, Dem..............Dallas..1911 MAINE.

UTAH. Fiugene Hale, Rep.................... Ellsworth..1911 Reed Smoot, Rep.......... William P. Frye, Rep.................Lewiston..1913

............Provo..1909

George Sutherland, Rep.......Salt Lake City..1911 MARYLAND,

VERMONT. Isador Rayner, Dem.................. Baltimore..1911

William P. Dillingham, Rep....... Montpelier..1909 William P. Whyte, Dem.............Baltimore..1909

Redfield Proctor, Rep..................Proctor..1911 MASSACHUSETTS.

VIRGINIA. Henry Cabot Lodge, Rep................Nahant..1911 John W. Daniel, Dem...............Lynchburg..1911 Winthrop M. Crane, Rep.................Dalton..1913 Thomas S. Martin, Dem............ Scottsburg. .1913 MICHIGAN.

WASHINGTON. Julius C. Burrows. Rep............Kalamazoo..1911 Levi Ankeny. Rep.................Walla Walla..1909 William A. Smith, Rep.......... Grand Rapids..1913 Samuel H. Piles, Rep...................Seattle. .1913 MINNESOTA.

WEST VIRGINIA. Moses E. Clapp, Rep.................. St. Paul..1911

Nathan B. Scott, Rep................Wheeling..1911 Knute Nelson, Rep..................Alexandria..1913

Stephen B. Elkins, Rep.................Elkins..1913 MISSISSIPPI.

WISCONSIN. Anselm J. McLaurin, Dem............. Brandon..1913

Isaac Stephenson, Rep...............Marinette.. 1909 H. De Soto Money, Dem............Carrollton..1911

Robert M. LaFollette, Rep............ Madison..1911 MISSOURI.

. WYOMING.

Clarence D. Clark, Rep...............Evanston.. 1911 William J. Stone, Dem............... St. Louis.. 1909 Francis E. Warren, Rep.............Cheyenne..1913 William Warner, Rep.............Kansas City..1911

*Chosen at democratic primaries in June, 1907.

4Deadlock in legislature. No senator chosen in Thomas H. Carter, Rep...................Butte..1911 | 1907. U. S. senate to determine which senator is Joseph M, Dixon, Rep................. Missoula ..1913 1 to have long term and which the short.

Asburm in Latimeni ndemem..

..1

Chester Curtis, Rep: ENTUCE

William Warner, MONTAN

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Walter e: Conndard,
James H. Hubba KANSAS.

Republicans, 225; democrats, 166; whole number, | 21. Ben F. Caldwell, Dem.................Chatham 391. Those marked with a star (*) served in the 22. Wm. A. Rodenburg, * Rep.......East St. Louis 59th congress. † At large. Compensation of rep 23. Martin D. Foster, Dem.....

......Olney resentatives, $7,500; of speaker, $12,000.

24. P. T. Chapman,* Rep...

.. Vienna ALABAMA.

25. Vacancy............. 1. George W. Taylor, * Dem.

Demopolis

INDIANA. 2. Ariosto A. Wiley, * Dem.... ..Montgomery

1. John H. Foster,* Rep.........

Evansville 3. Henry D. Clayton,* Dem...

..... Eufaula
2. John C. Chaney,* Rep.....

.. Sullivan 4. Henry B. Craig. Dem......

....... Selma
3. W. E. Cox, Dem........

.....Jasper 5. Thomas J. Heflin, * Dem...

.Lafayette
1. Lincoln Dixon, * Dem...

orth Vernon 6. Richmond P. Hobson, Dem... Greensboro

5. E. S. Holliday,* Rep....

....... Brazil 7. John L. Burnett, * Dem....... ......Gadsden

6. James E. Watson, * Rep...

.Rushville 8. William Richardson, * Dem.... ...Huntsyille

7. Jesse Overstreet, * Rep.....

Indianapolis 9. Oscar W. Underwood,* Dem...... rmingham

8. John A. M. Adair, Dem..... .......Portland 9. Charles B. Landis, * Rep..

.......Delphi ARKANSAS.

10. Edgar D. Crumpacker,* Rep... .. Valparaiso 1. R. B. Macon, * Dem...... ....Helena 11. George W. Rauch, Dem..

..Marion 2. Stephen Brundidge, * Dem.... ... Searcey 12. Clarence C. Gilhams, Rep..

...LaGrange 3. John C. Floyd, * Dem.....

..... Yellville 13. Abraham L. Brick, * Rep............. South Bend 4. W. B. Cravens, Dem......... .....Fort Smith

.....Clarksville 5. Charles C. Reid,* Dem......

IOWA. 1. C. A. Kennedy, Rep....

Montrose 6. J. T. Robinson, * Dem...

....... Lonoke

2. Albert F. Dawson, ..Magnolia

Rep..... .....Preston 7. Robert M. Wallace,* Dem......

3. Benjamin P. Birdsall, * Rep..... ...Clarion CALIFORNIA.

4. Gilbert N. Haugen, * Rep...... .. Northwood 1. W. F. Englebright. Rep............ Nevada City 5. Robert G. Cousins, * Rep...

.Tipton 2. Duncan E. McKinlay, Rep........... Santa Rosa 6. Daniel W. Hamilton, Dem.

..Sigourney 3. Joseph R. Knowland, Rep.... ... Alameda 7. J. A. T. Hull,* Rep......

.Des Moines Julius Kahn, Rep.................. San Francisco 8. William P. Hepburn,* Rep.. .....Clarinda 5. Everis A. Hayes, Rep...... ......San Jose 9. Walter I. Smith,* Rep...... Council Bluffs 6. James C. Needham, Rep... . Modesto 10. James P. Conner, * Rep..

....Dennison 7. James McLachlan, Rep........

.Pasadena 11. Elbert H. Hubbard, * Rep..... ..Sioux City 8. Sylvester C. Smith, Rep.......

Bakersfield
COLORADO.

1. D. R. Anthony, Rep......... Leavenworth George W. Cook, † Rep..

...Denyer
. Charles F. Scott, * Rep....

.....lola 1. R. W. Bonynge, * Rep.......

... Denver 3. Philip P. Campbell,* Rep..... ...Pittsburg 2. Warren A. Hoggatt, Rep..........Idaho Springs

4. James M. Miller, * Rep...... Council Grove 5. William A. Calderhead. * Rep...

Ronconcus Grove

....Marysville CONNECTICUT. 6. William A. Reeder. * Rep.....

.......Logan George L. Lilley, *1 Rep.............. Waterbury 7. Edward Madison, Rep......

Dodge City 1. E. Stevens Henry, * Rep.... ...... Rockville

8. Victor Murdock, Rep........... ..... Wichita 2. Nehemiah D. Sperry, * Rep.......... New Haven 3. Edwin W. Higgins, * Rep........ .. Norwich

KENTUCKY. 4. Ebenezer J. Hill, * Rep......

...Norwalk
1. Ollie M. James, * Dem.......

... Marion 2. A. 0. Stanley, * Dem....

..Henderson DELAWARE. 3. A. D. James, Rep.........

......Penrod Hiram R. Burton,*Rep... .... Lewes 4. Ben Johnson, Dem.......

..Bardstown FLORIDA. 5. Swager Sherley, * Dem..

.Louisville 1. Stephen M. Sparkman,* Dem.............Tampa

6. Joseph Rhinock, * Dem...

...Covington 2. Frank Clark, * Dem....

...Lake City
7. W. P. Kimball, Dem....

..Lexington 3. William B. Lamar,* Dem............ Tallahassee

8. Harvey Helm, Dem..

..Stanford 9. Joseph B. Bennett, * Rep....

Greenup GEORGIA.

10. John W. Langley, Rep........ ...Prestonburg 1. Charles G. Edwards, Dem...... ..... Savannah 11. D. C. Edwards, * Rep.......

.. London 2. James M. Griggs, * Dem...

...Dawson

LOUISIANA. 3. Elijah B. Lewis, * Dem....... Montezuma 4. William C. Adamson, * Dem. .. Carrollton

1. Adolph Meyer, * Dem............. ...New Orleans 5. L. F. Livingston, * Dem......

.Covington

2. Robert C. Davey, * Dem....... .. New Orleans 6. Charles L. Bartlett,* Dem... ....... Macon

3. Robert F. Broussard, * Dem... .... New Iberia 7. Gordon Lee, * Dem......

.Chickama uga

4. John T. Watkins, * Dem...... ........ Minden 8. William M. Howard, * Dem............ Lexington

5. Joseph E. Ransdell,* Dem.. ...Lake Providence 9. Thomas M. Bell, * Dem...... .....Gainesville

6. George K. Favrot, Dem.............Baton Rouge 10. Thomas W. Hardwick. * Dem....... Sandersville

7. A. P. Pujo, * Dem............ ....Lake Charles 11. William G. Brantley, * Dem..........Brunswick

MAINE.
IDAHO.
1. Amos L. Allen,* Rep...

Alfred Burton L. French,*+ Rep....

... Moscow
2. Charles E. Littlefield,* Rep..

... Rockland
3. Edwin C. Burleigh, * Rep........ ..... Augusta
ILLINOIS.
4. Lewellyn L. Powers, * Rep..

...Houlton 1. Martin B. Madden,* Rep.....

.Chicago

MARYLAND. 2. James R. Mann,* Rep.......

... Chicago 3. William W. Wilson, Rep....

... Chicago
1. W. H. Jackson, Rep.........

....Salisbury 4. James R. McDermott, Dem...

..Chicago
2. J. F. C. Talbott, * Dem...

...... Towson 5. A. J. Sabath, Dem......

... Chicago
3. Harry B. Wolf, Dem.

..Baltimore 6. William Lorimer,* Rep..

4. John Gill, Jr., * Dem....... .Chicago

......Baltimore 7. Philip Knopf,* Rep........

... Chicago
5. Sydney E. Mudd,* Rep...

...... La Plata 8. Charles McGavin,* Rep...

.Chicago

6. George A. Pearre, * Rep....... ...Cumberland 9. Henry S. Boutell,* Rep..

.Chicago

MASSACHUSETTS. 10. George E. Foss, * Rep..

.Chicago 1. George P. Lawrence, * Rep.........North Adams 11. Howard M. Snapp, * Rep.. ...Joliet 2. Fred H. Gillett,* Rep...

..Springfield 12. Charles E. Fuller, * Rep..... Belvidere 3. C. G. Washburn, Rep....

..Worcester 13. Frank 0. Lowden, Rep.....

..Oregon 4. George Q. Tirrell, * Rep.... ........ Natick 14. James McKinney, * Rep..... ..... Aledo 5. Butler Ames, * Rep........

...... Lowell 15. George W. Prince, * Rep. Galesburg 6. A. P. Gardner, * Rep.......

..Hamilton 16. Joseph V. Graff, * Rep....... ......Peoria 7 Ernst W. Roberts,* Rep..

......Chelsea 17. John A. Sterling,* Rep...... .Bloomington 8. Samuel W. McCall, Rep.... ... Winchester 18. Joseph G. Cannon,* Rep..... ........Danville 9. John A. Keliher, * Dem..... ........ Boston 19. William B. McKinley, * Rep..........Champaign 10. J. F. O'Connell, * Dem...... ....... Boston 20. Henry T. Rainey, * Dem........ ......Carrollton | 11. Andrew J. Peters, * Den.....

Boston

6. Gordonner: Howa Dem. Dem.

ITS.

12. John W. Weeks, * Rep......
.. Newton 8. D. J. Riordan, Dem.......

New York 13. William S. Greene, * Rep............. Fall River 9. H. M. Goldfogle, * Dem..

New York 14. William C. Lovering, * Rep............... Taunton 10. William Sulzer, * Dem......

. New York MICHIGAN. 11. Charles V. Fornes, Dem.....

New York 1. Edwin Denby, * Rep.......

...Detroit
12. W. Bourke Cockran,* Dem..

New York 2. Charles E. Townsend, * Rep..... ..Jackson

13. Herbert Parsons, * Rep......

New York 3. W. Gardner, * Rep.........

...Albion
14. William Willett, Jr., Dem.

Rockaway 4. Edward L. Hamilton, * Rep..... ..... Niles

15. J. V. Olcott, * Rep......

New York .. Holland 5. Gerrit J. Diekema, Rep...

..... New York

16. F. B. Harrison, Dem..... 6. Samuel W. Smith, * Rep.......

..Pontiac
17. William S. Bennett, * Rep.

New York 18. Joseph A. Goulden, * Dem....

...Port Huron 7. Henry McMorran,* Rep......

New York 8. Joseph W. Fordney,* Rep.

.Saginaw
19. John E. Andrus, * Rep...

..Yonkers 9. James McLaughlin, Rep.

Muskegon
20. Thomas W. Bradley, * Rep....

....Walden 21. Samuel McMillan, Rep..........

Au Sable 10. George A. Loud, * Rep......

Dover Plains 22. William .St. Louis

H. Draper, * Rep.. 11. A. B. Darragh, * Rep........

....... Troy 12. H. 0.

.Isb peming
Young,* Rep..............
23. G. N. Southwick,* Rep.....

.. Albany 24. G. W. Fairchild, Rep.......

..Oneonta MINNESOTA. 25. Cyrus Durey, Rep..........

.Johnstown 1. James A. Tawney, * Rep........ ... Winona 26. George Malby, Rep.....

Ogdensburg 2. W. S. Hammond, Dem...... St. James 27. James S. Sherman,* Rep.

.......Utica 3. Charles R. Davis, * Rep...... ......St. Peter 28. C. L. Knapp, * Rep........

Lowville 4. Fred C. Stevens,* Rep........ ........ St. Paul 29. M. E. Driscoll, * Rep.......

... Syracuse Frank M. Nye, Rep.................. Minneapolis 30. John W. Dwight,* Rep.....

..Dryden 6. Charles A. Lindbergh, Rep..... Little Falls 31. Sereno E. Payne, * Rep.....

...... Auburn 7. Andrew J. Volstead.* Rep......... Granite Falls 32. James B. Perkins, * Rep.

Brighton 8. J. Adam Bede, * Rep..................Pine City 33. J. Sloat Fassett,* Rep...

........Elmira 9. Halvor Steenerson,* Rep...............Crookston 34. Peter A. Porter, Dem...... .Niagara Falls MISSISSIPPI,

35. William H. Ryan,* Dem... ........ Buffalo

36. D. S. Alexander, * Rep....... ......Buffalo 1. E. S. Candler, Jr., * Dem.................Corinth

37. E. B. Vreeland, * Rep.. .... Ripley

.... Salamanca 2. Thomas Spight,* Dem.... 3. B. G. Humphreys, * Dem...

Greenville

NORTH CAROLINA. 4. Wilson S. Hill,* Dem....

... Winona

1. John H. Small, * Dem............... Washington 5. Adam M. Byrd,* Dem...... ......Philadelphia

2. Claude Kitchin, * Dem............. Scotland Neck 6. E. J. Bowers, * Dem......... .Bay St. Louis

3. Charles R. Thomas, * Dem....

Newbern 7. Frank A. McLain, * Dem......... ... Gloster

4. Edward W. Pou, * Dem.....

Smithfield 8. John Sharp Williams, * Dem.

...Yazoo
5. William W. Kitchin,* Dem..

..Roxboro
MISSOURI..
6. H. P. Godwin, Dem.....

...Dunn 1. James T. Lloyd, * Dem. .Shelbyville 7. Robert N. Page, * Dem...

...Biscoe 2. William W. Rucker, * Dem. ...Keytesville 8. R. N. Hackett, Dem.....

.. Wilkesboro 3. J. W. Alexander, Dem...... ........Gallatin

9. Edwin Y. Webb,* Dem..

... Shelby 4. Charles F. Booker, * Dem.. ...... Savannah

W. T. Crawford, Dem......... Waynesville 5. Edgar C. Ellis,* Rep....... Kansas City

NORTH DAKOTA. 6. D. A. De Armond, * Dem.. .......... Butler

Thomas F. Marshall,*+ Rep...... ...Oakes C. W. Hamlin, Dem......... .......Springfield

Asle A. Gronna,*Rep........ ......... Lakota 8. D. W. Shackleford, * Dem.... ....Jefferson City 9. Champ Clark,* Dem.. ....... Bowling Green

OHIO. . 10. Richard Bartholdt,* Rep.

..St. Louis

1. Nicholas Longworth, * Rep..... Cincinnati 11. Henry S. Caulfield, Rep..... ..St. Louis 2. H. P. Goebel,* Rep.........

.Cincinnati 12. H. M. Coudrey, Rep........ ......St. Louis 3. John E. Harding, Rep...

....Middletown 13. Madison R. Smith, Dem...

...Farmington
4. W. W. Touville, Dem.

...Celina 14. Joseph J. Russell, Dem..... .Charleston 5. T. T. Ansbury, Dem......

....Defiance 15. Thomas Hackney, Dem.......

...Carthage

6. M. R. Denver, Dem........ .... Wilmington 16. Robert Lamar, * Dem......... ......Houston

7. J. W. Keifer, * Rep.......

..Springfield • Ralph D. Cole, * Rep...... MONTANA.

... Findlay 9. I. R. Sherwood, Dem...

........Toledo Charles N, Pray, *1 Rep............. Fort Benton 0. Henry T. Bannon, * Rep.....

.Portsmouth NEBRASKA. 11. Albert Douglas, Rep....

.Chillicothe 1. Ernest M. Pollard, * Rep..... ...Nehawka

. E. L. Taylor, Jr., * Rep...

..Columbus 2. G. M. Hitchcock, Dem........

13. Grant E. Mouser, * Rep.... ........Omaha

..Marion 3. J. F. Boyd, Rep..............

.... Neligh
14. J. F. Lanning, Rep........

.Norwalk 4. E. J. Hinshaw,* Rep......

Fairbury
15. Beman G. Dawes, * Rep....

..Marietta 5. George W. Norris, * Rep....... ... McCook 16. Capell L. Weems,* Rep...

Clairsville 6. Moses P. Kincaid, * Rep........ ...O'Neill 17. W. A. Ashbrook, Dem......

.Johnstown 18. James Kennedy. * Rep...... NEVADA.

Youngstown

19. William A. Thomas, * Rep.... George Bartlett, † Dem....... ..Tonopah 20. Paul Howland, Rep...........

.. Cleveland NEW HAMPSHIRE. 21. T. E. Burton,* Rep......

... Cleveland 1. Cyrus A. Sulloway,* Rep............ Manchester

OKLAHOMA. 2. Frank D. Currier, * Rep..................Canaan 1. Bird S. McGuire, Rep.......

...Pawnee NEW JERSEY.

2. Elmer L. Fulton, Dem........ lahoma City 1. II. C. Loudenslager, * Rep..............Paulsboro

3. James S. Davenport, Dem..

....... Vinita

4. Charles D. Carter, Dem...... 2. John J. Gardner,* Rep...............Egg Harbos

...... Ardmore 3. Benj. F. Howell, * Rep.......... ew Brunswick

5. Scott Ferris, Dem.....

.....Lawton 4. Tra W. Wood, Rep......

.... Trenton

OREGON. 5. Charles N. Fowler, * Rep. Elizabeth 1. W. C. Hawley, Rep...

....... Salem 6. William Hughes, Dem..... ..Paterson 2. W. R. Ellis, Rep........ .

...Pendleton R. Wayne Parker, * Rep...

.... Newark

PENNSYLVANIA. 8. Legage Pratt, Dem........ ....East Orange 9. Eugene W. Leake, Dem.... .......Jersey City

1. H. H. Bingham,* Rep.

...Philadelphia 10.

2. Joel Cook, Rep...... James A. Hamill, Dem...............Jersey City

... Philadelphia 3. J. H. Moore, Rep......... ...Philadelphia NEW YORK. 4. Reuben 0. Moon, Rep...

...Philadelphia 1. William W. Cocks, * Rep.........Old Westbury 5. W. W. Foulkrod. * Rep

... Philadelphia 2. G. H. Lindsay, Dem......... .......Brooklyn 6. G. D. McCreary, * Rep..

...Philadelphia 3. Charles T. Dunwell,* Rep... ...Brooklyn 7. Thomas S. Butler, * Rep..

West Chester 4. Charles B. Law, * Rep.......

..Brooklyn 8. I. P. Wanger, * Rep........ ....Norristown 5. George E. Waldo, * Rep.......

.. Flatbush 9. H. Burd Cassel,* Rep...... ....... Marietta 6. William M. Calder, * Rep..... Brooklyn | 10. T. D. Nichols, Dem...

...... Scranton 7. J. J, Fitzgerald, * Dem..............,,.Brooklyn | 11. John T. Lenehan, Dem,...... Wilkesbarre

.

...Niles

Sudenslager Rep...:

12. Charles N. Brumm, Rep.

....Pottsville 9. George F. Burgess, * Dem...............Gonzales 13. J. H. Rothermel, Rep...... ... ... Reading 10. A. S. Burleson, * Dem......

......Austin 14. George W. Kipp, Dem..... ..Towanda 11. Robert L. Henry, * Dem...

..... Waco 15. William B. Wilson, Dem... ..Blossburg 12. 0. W. Gillespie, * Dem.

Fort Worth 16. J. G. McHenry, Dem.... ....Benton 13. J. H. Stephens, * Dem...

...... Vernon 17. Benjamin K. Focht, Rep....

Lewisburg 14. James L. Slayden,* Dem..... ..San Antonio 18. M. E. Olmsted, * Rep....... ..Harrisburg 15. John N. Garner, * Dem......

.....Uvalde 19. John M. Reynolds, * Rep...

...Bedford 16. William R. Smith, * Dem...... ..Colorado 20. Daniel F. Lafean,* Rep....

.....York

UTAH.
21. Charles F. Barclay,* Rep... .Sinilemahoning
22. George F. Huff,* Rep..

.Greensburg
Joseph Howell, ** Rep..

......Logan 23. Allen F. Cooper, * Rep... ..... Uniontown

VERMONT. 24. E. F. Acheson,* Rep.....

Washington 1. David J. Foster, * Rep.................Burlington 25. Arthur L. Bates, * Rep... ..Meadville 2. K. Haskins, * Rep...............

...Brattleboro 26. J. D. Brodhead, Dem.

Bethlehem

VIRGINIA. 27. Joseph G. Beale, Rep...

.Leechburg

1. William A. Jones, * Dem...... 28. N. P. Wheeler, Rep..... ..Endeavor

...Warsaw . Allegheny

2. H. L. Maynard, * Dem. 29. W. W. Graham,* Rep...

..Portsmouth 30. John Dalzell, * Rep...

Pittsburg
3. John Lamb,* Dem.....

.... Richmond 31. James F. Burke, * Rep.....

.. Pittsburg
4. F. R. Lassiter, Dem....

..Petersburg 32. A. J. Barchfeld, * Rep....... ......Pittsburg

5. E. W. Saunders, Dem....

Rocky Mount 6. Carter Glass, * Dem..

...Lynchburg RHODE ISLAND. 7. James Hay,* Dem......

...Madison 1. D. L. Granger, * Dem.................. Providence 8. C. C. Carlin, Dem......

.... Alexandria 2. Adin B. Capron,* Rep................. Stillwater 9. Vacancy. SOUTH CAROLINA.

10. Henry D. Flood,* Dem...............Appomattox 1. George S. Legare, * Dem...... ..Charleston

WASHINGTON. 2. James O. Patterson,* Dem..... ....... Barnwell William E. Humphrey. *Rep.... .....Seattle 3. Wyatt Aiken, * Dem.......

.....Abbeville Wesley L. Jones, * Rep......... rth Yakima 4. J. T. Johnson, * Dem......

Spartanburg F. W. Cushman, * † Rep.......... .....Tacoma 5. David E. Finley, * Dem.....

Yorkville

WEST VIRGINIA. 6. James E. Ellerbee, * Dem....

...Sellers
1. W. P. Hubbard, Rep.........

...Wheeling 7. Asbury F. Lever, * Dem......

Lexington

2. George C. Sturgis, Rep.............Morgantown SOUTH DAKOTA.

3. J. H. Gaines, * Rep.........

.... Charleston

4. H. C. Woodyard, * Rep...... Philo Hall, † Rep................ ...Brookings

....Spencer 5. James A. Hughes, * Rep.......

Huntington William H. Parker, † Rep........ Deadwood

WISCONSIN.
TENNESSEE.

1. Henry A. Cooper, * Rep...

......Jonesboro 1, W. Brownlow. * Rep....

...... Racine ......Knoxville

2. John M. Nelson, Rep...... 2. Nathan W. Hale, * Rep.....

....... Madison

3. James W. Murphy, Dem........ .....Plattville 3. John A. Moon, * Dem.

..Chattanooga

4. William, J. Cary, Rep....... ..... Milwaukee 4. Cordell Hull, Dem.......

.Crossville

5. William H. Stafford, * Rep... .... Milwaukee 5. William C. Houston,* Dem

Woodbury

6. Charles H. Weisse,* Dem.......Sheboygan Falls 6. J. W. Gaines, * Dem....

.Nashville

7. John J. Esch,* Rep...... 7. L. W. Padgett, * Dem......

......La Crosse .Columbia

8. James H. Davidson,* Rep.......

... Linden 8. Thetus W. Sims, * Dem....

.......Oshkosh 9. G. Kuesterman, Rep......

.... Green Bay 9. Finis J. Garrett,* Dem.....

..Dresden
10. E. A. Morse, Rep......

...... Antigo 10. G. W. Gordon, Dem.....

Memphis

11. John J. Jenkins, Rep...........Chippewa Falls TEXAS.

WYOMING. 1. Morris Shepard, * Dem.......

Texarkana

Frank W. Mondell, *1 Rep...... ....Newcastle 2. Sam B. Cooper, * Dem.......

.. Beaumont 3. Gordon Russell,* Dem...

....Tyler

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 4. C, B. Randell, * Dem...

.Sherman ALASKA-Thomas Cale, Miners....... .....Fairbanks 5. Jack Beall, * Dem......

Waxahachie ARIZONA-Marcus A. Smith, * Dem............ Tucson 6. Rufus Hardy, Dem.....

. . . . . . Cameron NEW MEXICO-W. H. Andrews,* Rep..Albuquerque 7. A. W. Gregg, * Dem...

... Palestine HAWAII-J. K. Kalaniaole. * Rep.......... Honolulu 8. John M. Moore, * Dem...

.....Richmond | PORTO RICO-Tulio Larrenaga...... ....... San Juan

7. James, estern. Rep Rep.:

MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY,

Rostan. Emil. 5. -1856,

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Elected. ollivier. Emile. b. 1825........1870 | Houssaye, Henri, b. 1848......1894 | Deschanel, Paul, b. 1856......1899 Mezieres, Alfred, b. 1826.....1874 | Brunetiere, Marie Ferdinand, Hervieu, Paul, b. 1857.........1899 Boissier, Gaston, b. 1823......1876 b. 1849....................

........1893 Faguet,. Emile, b. 1841........1900 Sardou, Victorien, b. 1831.....1877 | Bourget, Paul b. 1852..........1894 Rostand, Edmond, b. 1868.....1901 Coppee, Francois, b. 1842.....1884 Lemaitre, Jules, b. 1853.......1895 Vogue, Charles de, b. 1829....1901 Halevy. Ludovic, b. 1834......1884 | Thibault, J. (Anatole France), Bazin, Rene, b. 1853...........1993 Haussonville, Comte de, b.1843.1888 b. 1844......

Masson, Frederick, b. 1847.... 1903 Claretie, Jules, b. 1840........1888 Beauregard, Marquis de, b. Gebhart, Emile, b. 1839.......1904 Vogue, Melchoir, Vicomte de,

1835 ...........................1896 Lamy, Etienne, b. 1845........1905 b. 1848.........................1888 Vandal, Albert, b. 1853........1396 Barres, Maurice, b. 1862....... 1906 Freycinet, Charles de, b. 1828..1890 France, Anatole, b. 1844.......1896 Ribot, Alexandre, b. 1842.....1905 Viaud, Julien (Pierre Loti), Mun, Albert, Comte de, b. Mathieu, Cardinal, b. 1839. ... 1906

b. 1850.........................1891 1841 ..........................1897 Segur, Marquis Anatole de, Lavisse. Ernest. b. 1842.......1892 | Hanotaux, Gabriel, b. 1853....1897 b. 1825......

.......1907 Thureau-Dangan, Paul, b. 1837.1893 | Lavedan, Henri, b. 1859.......1898 | Donnay, Maurice, b. 1866......1907

The Academie Francaise, or French academy, | conserve the French language, foster literature was instituted in 1635. It is a part of the Insti- and encourage genius. tute of France and its particular function is to

Steamers
Sailing vessels...
Unregistered ....

Total ..........

TRAFFIC THROUGH SAULT STE. MARIE.
1905.
1906.

1905.

1906. 17,197 18,138 | Net registered tonnage.........36,617,69941.098,324 3,263

2.817

Net freight tonnage.............44,270,680 51,751.08 1,219

1,200
Passengers, number......

54,204 63,003 21,679

22, 1551

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