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Cleveland, O., Dec. 9, cancer of the stomach, Bro. Fred Gallagher, member of Div. 318.

Colleen, Va., Nov. 23, shot, Bro. J. N. Moore, member of Div. 321.

Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 13, acute indigestion, Mrs. Mary Tighe, mother of Bros. M. W. and Frank Tighe members of Div. 339.

Louisville, Ky., Nov. 14, struck by train, Bro. James F. Smith, member of Div. 365.

Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 16, head struck while looking out of cab window, Bro. J. B. Pace, member of Div. 368.

Camden, N. J., Nov. 21, Bro. Frederick Divinney, member of Div. 387.

Argentine, Kans., Nov. 28, shot, Bro. Milton Crowell, member of Div. 396.

Tuscumbia, Ala., Sept. 8, consumption, Bro. T. M. Smith, member of Div. 423.

Jersey Shore, Pa.,

heart disease, Mrs.

Harriet Evanna Palmer, wife of Bro. Chas. II. Palmer, member of Div. 424.

Laredo, Tex., Nov. 13, Bro. J. E. Williams, member of Div. 438.

San Luis Potosi, Mex., Sept. 29, Bro. Sam Hopper, member of Div. 453

Quincy, Ill., Dec. 8, Bro. H. M. Dolph, member of Div. 458.

Renova. Pa., Nov. 17, Bro. John Lovett, member of Div. 465.

St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. 7, injuries received in wreck, Bro. E. W. Klecan, member of Div. 471. Edgefield Junction, Tenn., Nov. 21, killed in collision, Bro. A. F. Coenen, member of Div. 473.

Nashua, N. H, Dec. 6, Bro. J. H. Peterson, member of Div. 483.

Manchester, Va., Oct. 31, Bro. W. S. Taylor, member of Div. 532.

Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 1, Bro. John M. Yeager, member of Div. 544.

Bridgeport, O., Nov. 9. typhoid fever, Bro. Edward Crane, member of Div. 551.

Sioux City. Ia., Dec. 6, Bro. Newton M. Field, member of Div. 555.

Edmonton, Alberta, Can., May 4, Bro. J. J. Woolsey, member of Div. 583.

Winnipeg, Man.. July 28, heart trouble, Bro. W. Carswell, member of Div. 583.

Salem. Ill., Nov. 29. killed in derailment, Bro. D. P. McGill, member of Div. 606.

Hannibal, Mo., Nov. 29, Bro. H. F. Cattle, member of Div. 629.

Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 17, paresis, Bro. Arlington Bedell, member of Div. 639.

Galesburg, Ill., Dec. 6, headon collision, Bro. C. E. Houser, member of Div. 644.

Baltimore, Md., Nov. 7, result of a fall, Mrs. R. M. Custy, mother of Bro. John W. Unger, member of Div. 685.

Hillsboro, O., Dec. 4, Bro. Elwood Rother, member of Div. 65. Brother Rother had been in the employ of one company during all his railroad career of 53 years, and for 43 years he made the run between Hillsboro and Cincinnati daily, and was in this service at the time of his death, and the oldest in active service on the B. & O. road. He joined the B. of L. F. in August, 1865, making him among the oldest members of the order-a pioneer in its establishment, who had seen and shared in both the struggles and the benefits emanating from the staunch defense of its principles, giving it the benefit of his high personal character recognized by all who knew him. His two sons followed his avocation, one losing his life in a wreck. The other, Bro. Will Rother, is a member of Div. 492 and road foreman of engines on the Big Four Railway. One by one those who joined the order in the 60's are responding to the last call, each one of whom is entitled to a place of honor in the annals of the order.

ADMITTED BY TRANSFER CARD.

Into Division

11-Walter E. Jones, from Div. 25.

John Clendenning. from Div. 118. 23-T. P. Bellows, from Div. 281. 42-John D. Fisher, from Div. 12. 61-Arthur E. Gerry, from Div. 40. 69-W. E. Lackey, from Div. 133.

Thomas La Plant, from Div. 8o. G. W. McTeague, from Div. 369. 74-P. F. Allen, from Div. 287. 84-John M. McGarigle, from Div. 86. 86-Geo. W. Ritchardson, from Div. S1. 100-Andy Burnham, from Div. 10.

J. J. Stults, R. L. Billings, P. A. Hedrick,' from Div. 551.

C. J. Vieg, from Div. 336. 110-Charles E. Wickes, from Div. 415. L. L. Sandford, from Div. 158. E. H. Baker, from Div. 283. 114-A. R. Case, from Div. 48. 115-George Hackman, from Div. 103. 140-Wm. T. Norton, from Div. 426. 157-Hugh Montgomery, from Div. 9.

Jacob Wildoner, from Div. 30.
161-L. D. Coutermarsh, from Div. 110.
186-S. W. B. Way, from Div. 451.
199-E. Z. Victor, from Div. 29.
200 Sylvester Curtis, from Div. 538.
205-Michael J. Kelly, from Div. 15.
F. W. Carter, from Div. 105.
C. N. Walsh, from Div. 77.
207-J. A. Rebb, from Div. 210.
210-E. L. Harris, from Div. 696.

Z. B. Alford, C. L. Lewis, from Div. 309.
O. T. Lavander, from Div. 603.
C. G. Brown, from Div. 100.
John D. Minor, Ed. V. Munson,
Div. 646.

212-H. A. Elliott, from Div. 224.
233-W. H. Wilkins, from Div. 267.

John Lynch, from Div. 370. H. D. Rollins, from Div. 140. A. Cubbage, from Div. 50. J L. McBeth, from Div. 656. 234-Ed Ash, from Div. 396. 238-Alex. McDougall, from Div. 576.

from

James Kane, from Div. 119. A. H. Johnson, from Div. 554. T. C. Meikley, from Div. 499. M. B. Morrow, from Div. 443. Harrie S. Oliver, from Div. 394. 251-Asa Ligon, from Div. 505. 256-W. H. Harrell, J. L. Yates, from Div. 210, 2 5-Harry Ash, from Div. 606.

277-J. Scott. D. J. Dempsey, from Div. 476. 281-Ed Hernandez, Frank C. Wild, from Div.

693.

282-Chas S. Milks, from Div. 273.

293-F. W. Duell, from Div. 296. 301-T. L. Brown, from Div. 448. 302-S. Novatney from Div. 682. 309-J. S. DuBose, from Div. 210.

A. Lilja, from Div. 589.

Claud A. Davis, from Div. 11. 317-A. T. Rollins, from Div. 375. 343-R. E. Connors, from Div. 225. 348-P. A. Young, from Div. 312.

James Nelson, from Div. 330. Chas. H. Winchester, from Div. 64. Wm. M. Kent, from Div. 105. 355-John M. Starke, from Div. 128. 375-J. A. Vaughn, from Div. 314. J. D. Hill, from Div. 435. 385-A. A. Rowe, from Div. 546. 392-C. A. Johnson, from Div. 136.

Thomas Arthur, from Div. 238. 397-Mack Andrew, from Div. 186. 399-Charles Canavon, from Div. 279. John Oleson, from Div. 150. V. Hoff, from Div. 383. 406-E. W. Rugh, O. S. Fisher. from Div. 287. 407-J. L. Mable, from Div. 368. 409-J. S. Evrett, from Div. 275. 412-J. W. Sweeney, from Div. 616. 415-C. E. Wickes, from Div. 425.

425-R. B. Wilcox, from Div. 110.

428-C. H. Harding, J. H. Sinnott, from Div. 83. 432-G. R. Smith, from Div. 156.

460-A. D. Byerline, from Div. 315. 488-E. H. Davis, from Div. 237.

492-E. McLee, from Div. 120.

494-Jos. Folbrecht, John Lavalle, from Div. 671. Wellington W. Wright, from Div. 290.

497

S G. Wills, from Div. 637.

498-T. J. Dauthart, from Div. 547.
514-Hugh Bonham, from Div. 225.

John T. O'Bar, from Div. 215.
G. W. Grant, from Div. 460.

519-Albert Bartz, John Musgrave, from Div. 478.

Thomas Rush, from Div. 682.

531-F. C. Dalton, from Div. 444.

Chas. Reed, from Div. 182.

541-John Shea, from Div. 71. 559-W. C. Bens, from Div. 482.

574-A. W. Spaulding, from Div. 83.

E. S. Hawley, from Div. 262.
John Crotty, from Div. 568.

583-H. Maltby, from Div. 322.

T. O'Connor, W. Grahm, from Div. 631. 589-Henry Hall, from Div. 105. 592-H. Painter, from Div. 500. 595-N. B. Whyers, from Div. 182.

F. X. Kesseler, from Div. 587. C. Foster Smith, from Div. 422. J. E. Barclay, from Div. 428. 603-Wm. B. Boutet, from Div. 480. 605-G. R. Hart, from Div, 682. 606-L. J. Jordan, from Div. 100.

622-H. A. Henderson, from Div. 675.

637-Al Wallace, from Div. 438.

Ed E. Shaffer, J. B. Criswell, H. F. Baird, from Div. 497.

Fred H. Sage, from Div. 587.

652-Milton Gordon, James H. Fenstermacher,

from Div. 520.

671-Frank Welliver, from Div. 494.

677-Frank Skinner, from Div. 240.
697-Sam K. Doerner, from Div. 437.
698-John W. Lane, from Div. 455.
701-A. B. C. Miller, from Div. 364.

R. L. Pennington, C. A. Schultz, M. J. Yo-
cum, Thos. J. Hale, J. E. Harrison, from
Div. 182.

702-Chas. Klokew, from Div. 4.

Tom Leo, from Div. 493.

C. R. Pi lins, from Div. 1.

703-W. H. Thatcher, from Div. 475. James T. Dickson, from Div. 587.

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7-Harry Pimlott. 22-Eli R. Thomas. 31-C. A. Diebold. 37-J. A. Bamford. 40-B. I. Brown. 61-S. H. Merrill. 100-Hiram Sherrow, M. B. Skoocz,

J. W. McNutt. 110-Charles M. Brown,

John Fitzgerald.

123-H. B. Toler,
J. J. Chapman,
J. F. Joyce,
J. Hough,
127-T. H. Crowner.
133-C. O. Lockwood,
John Dunn.
155-A. S. Owens,

Chas W. Barnes, Wm. B. Geming. 158-C. J. Wolfe. 167-Wm. Rock. 197-J. D. Stephenson.

200-John Galloway,
Edw. Hamilton.
208-Wilk Townend,
C. H. Lukins.
238-C. S. Larrison.
314-Philip Platt.
351-C. A. Cosens.
360-J. J. Harrington,
Harry Smith.
400-Antone Kapps,
S.G.Frankenbe'g'r
411-Wm. Huntoon,
James Glynn.
413-P. M. McAvinchey
A. J. Robinson.
428-F. T. Meyers.
467-Harry Study.
532-G. W. Falconer,
W. T. Bryant.

537-W. E. Tew.
555-Wm. Kirkuff.
509-Jos. Lowery.
590-C. M. Forney.
634-E. McDowell.

FOR OTHER CAUSES.

4-F. R. Beckwith, intoxication.

31-P. Scully, non-payment of dues and forfeiting insurance.

78-Frank Tighe, intoxication.

98-Dennis Delaney, John A. Boyle, forfeiting

insurance.

100-D. E. Conley, defrauding Division.

D. J. Bradley, forfeiting insurance and nonpayment of dues.

106-H. E. Blood, unbecoming conduct and deserting his family.

113-T. J. Howard, violation of obligation.

123-P. J. Constant, non payment of dues and violation of obligation.

170-Charles M. Kinsey, non-payment of dues and forfeiting insurance.

196-L. R. Swick, unbecoming conduct.

197-J. J. Maid, non-payment of dues and failure to correspond with Division.

206-W. F. Harbke, unbecoming conduct. 210-Wm. A. Pope, intoxication.

S. E. Kent, non-attendance.

238-J. F. Gould, unbecoming conduct 239-W. F. Preston, violation of Sec. 57 of the

Statutes.

284-P. Flannery, A. P. E. Lucas, W. S. Phillips, H. L. Cook, violating Art. 36, Standing Rules.

293-F. P. McGown, as per Sec. 51, by order of Div. 432.

309-Cha les M. Bryant, intoxication.

330-D. J. Dohany, intoxicated while on duty. 351-C. A. Cosens, violation of obligat on.

360-J. Richards, non-payment of dues and forfeiting insurance.

407-J. H. Storey, J. H. Lane, forfeiting insur

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PREMIUMS FOR JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTIONS.

We have renewed our arrangement with the Webb C. Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, O., for an unlimited number of watches as premiums; watches that are guaranteed to be O. K. in every respect, and will be given as premiums under the following conditions:

LADIES' WATCH.-For 30 subscribers named and $30.00, the Ladies' Queen Watch, 17 jewelled, 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $25.00.

GENTLEMEN'S WATCH.-For 60 subscribers named and $60.00, Gentlemen's B. of L. E. Standard, 17 jewelled, 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $42.00.

19 AND 21 JEWELLED WATCH.-For 75 subscribers named and $75.00, either the 19 or 21 jewel d watch, in 14 karat, gold filled case, retail price, $50.00. All cases guaranteed for 25 years.

BRO. J. L. RITTENHOUSE, member of Subdivision 454, sent in 61 subscribers in Scottdale, Pa., and expresses himself as highly pleased with the premium watch. There ought to be more Brothers who will try for one of these watches; help yourself to a good one. The largest value ever given as a premium. Help the JOURNAL and widows' and orphans' fund. Bro. Bush of Subdivision 60, Washington, D. C., gets a Ladies' Queen Watch, worth $30.

A large number of Brothers can obtain one of these excellent watches if they make an effort, and will help the JOURNAL as well as themselves. EDITOR.

If your JOURNAL address is not correct, or you fail from any cause to receive it, fill out this
form properly, cut it out and send it to 307 SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS BLDG., CLEVELAND, O.

The B. of L. E. Journal.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS.

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OFFICE OF ASSOCIATION, ROOM 803, SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS BUILDING,
CLEVELAND, OHIO, Jan. 1, 1907.

To the Division Secretaries L. E. M. L. and A. I. A.:

DEAR SIRS AND BROS. :-You are hereby notified of the death or disability of the following members of the Association.

Five Assessments for payment of these claims are hereby levied and Secretaries ordered to collect $1.25 from all who are insured for $750. $2.50 from all who are insured for $1,500, $5.00 from all who are insured for $3,000, and $7.50 from all members insured for $4,500, and forward same to the General Secretary and Treasurer.

Members of the Insurance Association are required to remit to Division Secretaries within thirty days from date of this notice, and the Division Secretaries to the General Secretary and Treasurer within ten days thereafter, on penalty of forfeiting their membership. (See Section 25, page 80, of By-Laws.)

Secretaries in sending remittances will send same to and make all drafts, express money orders or postoffice money orders payable to M. H. SHAY, General Secretary and Treasurer. Secretaries located in Canada will please remit by draft or express money order. We will not accept packages of money sent by express, unless charges have been prepaid. The JOURNAL closes on the 18th of each month. Claims received after that day will lie over until the succeeding month.

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859 James McLindon 61
860 Edward Crane...
861 P. H. Cummings 54
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878 George Smart...

879 Henry Habig... 880 T. D. Calahan,

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5. 1881. Nov. 5, 1906. Left arm amput'ed
37 Sept. 28, 1902 Nov. 5, 1906. Left eye removed..
471 Jan.
1, 1878. Nov. 6, 1906. Paralysis
411 Mch. 22, 1903 Nov. 6, 1906. Killed.
47 Feb.
2, 1884. Nov. 8, 1906. Paresis.
13 July 12, 1894. Nov. 8, 1906. Tuberculosis..
551 Feb. 23, 1905. Nov. 9, 1906 Typhoid fever...
14 Apr. 27, 1898. Nov. 10, 1906. Diabetes....
438 Feb. 8, 1903. Nov. 13, 1906. Kidney trouble..
108 June 27, 1895. Nov. 13, 1906. Left foot amput'ed
365 Feb.
4, 1892 Nov. 14, 1906 Killed

97 June 29, 1891. Nov. 15, 1906. Killed.
71 Apr. 23, 189 Nov. 16, 1906. Killed..
465 May 28, 1891. Nov. 17, 1906. Killed

267 Aug. 1, 1905. Nov. 18, 1906. Left leg amputa'ed
279 July 28, 1888. Nov. 18, 1906. Heart disease..
644 Mch. 11, 1906. Nov. 19, 1906. Left leg amputa'ed
88 Apr. 4, 1903. Nov. 19, 1906. Heart disease.
410 Mar. 10, 1898. Nov. 20, 1,06. Dropsy

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1500 Mrs. Jas.W.Smith, w 1500 Mrs. W. H. Storm, w 3000 Anna A. Buck, w. 3000 Alice G. Lovett, sis'r 3000 Self.

1500 Emma Barrett. 1500 Self.

1500 Helen Winget, w. 1500 Mrs. J. H. Glenn, d. 1500 Mary P. Mundell, w. 1500 Julia A. Devinney. 3000 Anna M. Conenen,m 3000 Laura W. Davis. 3000 Wife and father. 15co Mrs. Geo. Smart, w. 1500 Mrs. Henry Habig. 1500 Mrs. MaryCalahan, w 4500 Wife and children. 1500 Mrs. I,. M. Crowell, w 3000 Bridget F.O'Brien, w 1500 Car. M. Sheppard, w 4500 Wife and children. 3000 Della A. Pratt. 1500 Mrs. S. A. Yeager, w 1500 Self.

186 Mch. 28, 1891. Nov. 21, 1906. Scarlet fever...
387 Jan. 27, 1895. Nov. 2, 1906. Cerebral hemor'ge
473 Apr. 5, 1906 Nov. 21, 1906. Killed........
292 Sept. 25, 1874. Nov. 22, 1906. Pneumonia
245 Jan. 15, 1900. Nov. 24, 1906 Typhoid fever..
89 Apr. 4, 1891. Nov. 24, 1906. Pneumonia,
107 Mar. 20, 1894. Nov. 25, 1906. Gunshot.
66 Mch. 17, 1901. Nov. 26, 1906. Paralysis
65 June 10, 1868. Nov. 27, 1906. Arterio-sclerosis...
396 Aug. 19, 1902. Nov. 28, 1905. Gunshot...
60 Jan. 29, 1870. Nov. 29, 1906. Killed..
50 Mch. 20, 1893. Dec. I, 1906. Killed
74 May 16, 1881. Dec.
47 Dec. 20, 1884. Dec.
544 Oct. 18, 1903. Dec.
223 June 18, 1906. Dec.
11 Feb. 19, 1881. Dec.
46 Nov. 28, 1900. Dec.
71 Mch. 24, 1901. Dec.
555 Sept. 24, 1905. Dec.
41 644 May 2, 1904. Dec.
169 May 12, 1904. Dec. 7, 1906. Right leg amput'd 1500 Self.
318 Mch. 13, 1904 Dec. 9, 1906. Cancer
40 239 July 15, 1891. Dec. 10, 1906. Paresis
273 Dec. 2, 1906. Dec. 13, 1906. Killed..

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887 John M. Yeager. 49 888 L. G. Moore...... 27 64

889 J. W. Wray.

890 Peter Aiken..

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891 P. J. Traynor.. 892 Newton Field..... 893 C. E. Houser. 894 F. A. Colbridge.. 36 895 Fred. Gallagher.. 52 896 G. E. Kinzel 897 E. F. Millert 898 Jerry C. Lynch...

899 C. A. Ulery..

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1, 1906. Acute uræmic po'n
3, 1906. Heart disease
3, 1906. Killed

3, 1906. Left foot amput'ed
3, 1906. Paralysis
3, 1906. Killed....

4, 1906. Bright's disease..
6, 1906. Killed.
6, 1906. Killed

12 Mch. 10. 1889. Dec. 13, 1906. Tuberculosis 46 167 Feb. 6, 1892. Dec. 16, 1906. Killed..

Total number of claims, 60.

Total amount of claims, $134,250.

Acknowledgments.

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