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    PORTLAND LABOR PRESS
Save Your Blushes.
THIRD QUARIERLY REPORT OF THE
OREGON STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR
FROM NOVEMBER I. 1903. TO FEBRUARY 8, 1904
T o Affiliated U nions and All C oncerned:
F ollow ing is a com plete financial rep o rt of the O regon S tate F ed era­
tio n of L abor for the three m onths beginning N ovem ber 1, 1903, and end­
in g F eb ru ary 8, 1904. S ecretaries will please com pare w ith th eir books
a n d no tify undersigned if not found correct.
G E O R G E E. S H A V E R , S ecretary -T reasu rer,
1020 Com m ercial street, P o rtlan d , O regon.
B utchers— P o rtlan d —Jam es W eston, 481 U nion Ave. N .......................... $
B ricklayers— P o rtlan d —W. H. Blaney, ^48 Couch s tr e e t.......................
5.65
B rick layers— La G rande—J. H . Blum enstein, box 213.............................
1.20
B ricklayers—B aker City— E. T. Beers, box 912.........................................
1.20
B a rb e rs --? sto ria— P ercy K. E gbert, 539 C om m ercial s tr e e t..................
B arb ers— P o rtlan d —T. M. Leabo, box 1014.................................................
B a rb e rs—Salem— E. G. R istin e .............. 7 ........................................................
B ridge & S tructural Iro n W o rk ers—P o rtla n d —W illiam L ittle, 535
G lisan street ............................................... . .................................................
B ookbinders—P o rtlan d — F. T. W arren, 1068 E ast T ay lo r s t r e e t . .. .
1.25
B eer D rivers—P o rtlan d — C. A. L egrand, 770 Raleigh s tr e e t.................
2.55
B akers and C onfectioners—P o rtlan d —W . C. H offm an, 362 S acra­
3.60
m en to stree t ....................................................................................................
1.80
B rew ery W orkm en—P o rtlan d — Louis Clauss, box 1044........................
B oiler M akers—P o rtlan d — H a rry M cConaughey, 615 E ast T w en ty -
fo u rth stree t ....................................................................................................
B ookbinders—Salem —E arl J. S p e rry ...............................................................
C igar M akers— B aker C ity—J. W elsh ...........................................................
C ig ar M akers—P o rtlan d —H. A. Duke, box 674.......................................
5.40
C o o p ers—P o rtlan d —C. E. Allen, 623 K irby s tr e e t....................................
1.32
C arp en ters—B aker C ity—W . Finch, box 415...............................................
6.70
C a rp e n te rs—Salem—C. C. Robinson, 509 C ottage s tr e e t......................
C arp en ters— La G rande—T. J. H u g h e y .........................................................
1.80
C a rp e n te rs—A storia— M at. N yland, 235 Seventh s tr e e t.............................
4.32
C a rp e n te rs— P o rtlan d —C. W . Ryan, box 548...............................................
C arp en ters— P endleton—G eorge H am blen •...................................................
C ooks and W aiters—P o rtla n d —W . V an de Canneel, 272 M ontgom ery
5.10
E x p ressm en —P o rtlan d — H. Schulz, care H otel R hein p falz.................
3.25
E lectrical W o rk e rs—P o rtla n d —C. F. Caulfield, 76 W e st P ark s t r e e t ...
F ish erm en —A storia— H. M. L orntsen, box 138........................................... *
F ed era ted T rad es Council—P o rtla n d —G rant M cD onald, box 206----- 51.50
F ed era ted T rad es A ssem bly— B aker City—A. J. F is h ..............................
1.50
T ra d e s and L abor A ssem bly— La G rande—J. H. Blum enstein, box 213
1.00
C entral L ab o r Council—A sto ria—H. K nobel, 676 C s tr e e t....................
C en tral L abor U nion—Salem — Claude W hite, 106 S tate s tr e e t.............
.96
F ed eral L ab o r U nion—Salem— H, B. M unson, 381 Mill s tr e e t............
F ed eral L ab o r U nion— La G rande— E. W . K a ra m e re r............................
F ed eral L abor U nion—O regon City—J. H . H ow ard, box 374..............
F ed eral L abor U nion—A lbany—H. R. C am pbell.........................................
F ed eral L ab o r U nion—T h e D alles—C harles F. B u rc h to rf....................
F ed eral L abor U nion—T ro u td ale—O w en H am ilton .................................
4.14
Railw ay F re ig h t H an d lers—P o rtla n d —C. H. Davies, 302 S tan to n st.
1.90
G rain H andlers, No. 263—P o rtla n d —W . M cClark, 448 L arrab ee st..
8.00
G eneral L ongshorem en, No. 264—P o rtlan d —W illiam H . W oodw ard,
room 18, Ross H o u se ................................................................................... 13.80
G eneral L ongshorem en, No. 265—P o rtla n d —A. M cLoughlln, 307 Sac­
ram ento street .................................................................................................. 10.00
H o rse sh o e rs—P o rtlan d —W . J. T arum , box 71...........................................
L ab o rers’ P rotective— P o rtlan d —M. J. C onroy, 327 F lan d ers s t r e e t . ..
6.00
L e a th e r W o rk e rs—P o rtlan d —E. M. H ogue, 274 H ollad ay A v e............
L a th e rs—P o rtlan d —W illiam M cD onald, 514 M ontgom ery s tr e e t-----
M achinists—P o rtlan d —J. H. U pham , 757 M innesota A v e ......................... 10.80
M arine E ngin eers—P o rtla n d —S. H. Shaver, 475 L arrab ee s tr e e t..........
M arble W o rk ers—P o rtlan d —C. J. Sm ith, 890 E ast Salm on s tr e e t-----
T y p o g rap h ical— P endleton— ..................................................................................
P la ste re rs— P o rtlan d —T. N. Stoltz, 905 G antenbein A v e ........................
7.20
T y p o g rap h ical—Salem —J. W . B a k er...............................................................
T y p o g rap h ical—P o rtlan d —L on De Y arm ond, care O re g o n ia n .............. 10.50
P a in te rs—P endleton—Lee J. NftAtee, 719 College s tr e e t..........................
1.20
P a in te rs—L a G rande—Etk M artin ...................................................................
P a in te rs—Salem —J. M. Ringo, 279 H igh s tr e e t...........................................
1.50
P a in te rs—O reg o n City—J. H. H ow ard, box 374.......................................
P lu m b ers—A storia—F. P. M udy, 425 Bond s tr e e t.......................................
P ressm en —P o rtlan d —Joseph H . Jones, 569 H aw th o rn e T e r r a c e . . . . . .
P a in te rs—Baker City—F. T. I .a n d re th ...........................................................
R etail C lerks—L a G rande—J. C. F re e m a n .....................................................
R etail C lerks—P o rtlan d —J. E. W e b b e r......................................................... 36.00
R etail C lerk s—B aker City—Ed. M ortensen .................................................
R etail C lerks—Salem —J. P urvine ..................................................................
R ailw ay T rainm en— P o rtlan d — M. E. P ugh, Jefferson S treet D e p o t...
7.50
R ig g ers & S hipliners—-P o rtla n d —H en ry A rndt, 248 B urnside street
1.80
S tre e t Railway E m ployes—P o rtla n d —J. E. W ilson, 544 Couch street
S h in g lers—P o rtla n d —I.ee Ruskirk. P o rts m o u th ........ ...........................
S h irtw aist & L aundry W oirkers— P o rtlan d —J. . C. Bishop, 341 E ast
T h ird stree t ............................................................... ........... .. ••••• •• • ; • • •
3 55
Sheet M etal W orkers—P o rtla n d —M. J. H am m ond, 335 San R afael st.
S hipw rights & C aulkers—P o rtlan d —G. W . D ouglass, 538 Pow ell st.
S team E ng in eers—P o rtlan d —J. J. F earis, care O sborn e H o te l............
T ex tile W o rk e rs—O regon City—J. T. S e a rle ........................................................ 75
T ailo rs—P o rtla n d —A. Cunningham , box 122...............................................
T eam D rivers— P o rtlan d —J. G ratton, 702 A lbina A v e .............................. 10.20
T h ea trica l Stage E m ployes— P o rtlan d —W ill E. Day, care B aker T h e a ­
te r ..........................................................................................................................
2,22
T o ta l ................................................... ..................................................................>237 16
EXPENDITURES.
W a rra n t
,
D ate.
No.
W h a t P urpose.
Amount.
Nov. 2__117—H . G urr, expense to A. F. of I., c o n v e n tio n ................... $325.00
xjov. 9—118—Stam ps, e rro r in A ugust, O. K.d by A uditing C o m ...
9.0ft
Nov. 16—119—S tam ps ................,...........................................................................
Nov. 28—120—T elephone to D ecem ber 1.......................................................
D ec u — 121—R ent to N ovem ber ..................................................................... N W
Dec. 11— 122—S tam ps ...............................................................; ..........................
2
Dec. 14—123 3—S ecretary, salary for N o v em b e r............................................. -s.uu
5.90
Dec i s —124—R ent to D ecem ber 10
1904
Jan. 8—125—A. Brock, expense to Spokane co n v e n tio n ........................ 35.00
3.00
Jan. 9—126—S tam ps .........................
Jan. 12—127—S ecretary, salary for D ecem b er............................................. « .o o
Feb. 1_128—R ent to F eb ru ary 10...................................................................
5.00
Feb. 1—129—T elephone to M arch 1 ...............................................................
».oo
Feb. 4— 130—G lass & P rudhom m e, p rin tin g ................ .............................
4.00
Feb. 6— 131—Stam ps
’—S
ecretary,
salary
for
J
a
n
u
a
ry
.................................................;
35.00
6—13
Feb.
$493 90
Total
SUMMARY.
B alance on hand last r e p o r t............................................................................... *2»? m
Received from all so u rc e s....................................................................................
_
T }■, .............................................
........................ 492.90
E x p en d itures ............................................................................................
.............
Balance on hand F eb ru ary 6 ..................................................................... 1 83 57
R espectfully subm itted.
G E O R G E E. S H A V E R , S ecretary -T reasu rer,
1020 Com m ercial stree t, P o rtlan d , O regon.
P o rtlan d , O reg o n , F eb ru ary 9, 1904.
H aving exam ined the books and accounts of G eorge E. Shaver, Secre-
iry -T reasurer of th e O reg o n S tate F ederation, we find the sam e to be
’r f e c t
A R T H U R B R O C K ,'
A. W . JO N E S ,
N. H. B IR D ,
A uditing Com m ittee.
T h ere is no occasion for a union
man of w oman to blush or hang his
or her head when asking for union-
m ade goods bearing the union label.
T he little em blem of fairness and
honesty on an y th in g you buy tells its
ow n sto ry of honor and trad es u nion­
ism, and as such should be revered
and respected by all who com e in
contact with it. T he way som e staunch
unionists go about buying union-m ade
goods rem inds one of a school child
of the kin d erg arten class spending her
first penny in the little corner shop,
when she don't know w hat she w ants
and would be afraid to ask fo r it if
she did. T h ere is an absolute lack
of necessity for any such conduct or
bashfulness in such cases, and the
uinon m an or w oman should be proud
in asking for goods bearing the label
instead of seem ingly being asham ed
of it. W hen you purchase the p ro ­
ducts of your co-w orkers in the arm y
of labor see th a t the label of trad es
unionism is on it, and if it is not, do
not invent som e vague excuse for not
buying and sneak out of the store, but
m ake a bold dem and for the label, and
if the stock keeper has n o t w hat you
w ant bearing it tell him frankly why
you cannot deal with him and inform
him w hen he sells goods bearing the
label you will becom e his custom er.
By so doing you m ay be able to in ­
duce him to handle label goods in fu­
ture and add to th e stren g th of the
w o rth y cause. You d o n ’t blush nor
seem em barrassed w hen you receive
y o u r union wages. W h y should you
do so when asking for union-m ade
goods? You have earned the m oney
honestly. See th a t you spend it h o n ­
estly for goods bearin g th e label of
unionism .— L an caster L ab o r Leader.
B uchanan in ’F risco.
F ran k Buchanan, presid en t of the
In tern atio n al A ssociation of Bridge
and S tru ctu ral Iro n W o rk ers, th e m an
w ho hiade the fight ag ain st Satn
P ark s, of New Y ork, an d afte r d e­
feating him for the presidency, head­
ed th e m ovem ent w hich drove him
out of the organization, is in San
F rancisco, says O rganized Labor. H e
arrived in tow n F rid ay evening and is
here in the in te rest of his o rg an iza­
tion.
In an interview w ith a local paper,
P resid en t B uchanan said:
“So far as San F rancisco is con­
cerned, I expect to receive rath e r than
im part know ledge reg ard in g labor o r­
ganization and the best m ethods of
procedure r.m ong union men. I hope-
to rem ain on the C oast a m o n th or
six weeks, and possibly tw o m onths,
and d u rin g th a t tim e shall try and
effect a b etter o rg an izatio n of our in ­
te rests in Los A ngeles, and in some
o th e r places, but in San F rancisco
itself I e.xpeet to learn rath e r th an
to teach. T h e trad es union condi­
tions here are such as to receive the
ci n g ratu latio n of union men from all
over the co untry and m em bers of the
o rg an izatio n here are in position to
aid those of o th e r cities in the m atter
of m ethod.
“T h e situation in New \ o r k is b e t­
ter. T he trouble w ith the em ployers
is practically settled. An agreem ent
has been m ade and m erely w aits the
com pletion of certain details before
being actually signed. T h e P ark s in­
fluence in New \ ork is dead. P arks
has been stricken from th e rolls of
th a t organization, to g e th er w’ith a
num ber of his w arm est sup p o rters,
attd the union will have no fu rth er
tro u b le from th a t q u arter. A m an
like P ark s would ruin any o rg an iza­
tion how ever strong, and his m ethod
was co n tra ry to all principles of trad es
unionism . I believe the em ployers of
New Y ork w ere n ot justified in fight­
ing the unions as th ey did, but they
were certainly justified in o bjecting
to th e m ethods of som e of the labor
representatives, am ong them o u r re p ­
resen tativ e— Parks, and o th ers equal­
ly bad, but not so notorious.
“W hile in San F ran cisco I shall
look into th e m atter of affiliating the
m etal w orkers w ith the N ational o r­
ganization. T h ere arc about 300 of
these, w ho do shop w ork in our line,
and they are ready to com e ill. I also
feel th a t the railro ad w ork out of the
city is not as well organized as it
should be. T h ere is an organization
know n as the Pile D riv ers’ and
B ridgem en’s U nion, w hich does much
of the false w ork on bridges, and steel
w ork as well, and I hope in the very-
near future, w ith the assistance of the
B uilding T rad es Council and some
o th e rs to get them to unite w ith us.”
May Appoint Mitchell.
all O rganized L abor in th e S tate of O regon, G reeting:
P resid en t M itohell’s intim ation, in
T h is is the last q u arter before our com ing convention, and we w ould
■ to see all unions th a t are now m em bers of th e O reg o n S tate F ed eratio n Chicago, on S aturday, th a t he m ight
L abor paid up and have delegates at the O regon City convention th a t sh o rtly resign as th e head of the
W e' woffid also like very m uch to see every o th e r union in the S tate U nited M inew orkers of Am erica. leads
O reg on represented at th a t convention. T h erefo re we are g oing to ask the officials of th a t o rganization to
v o u to out fo rth very effort to have all the unaffiliated unions in your believe th at die is about to receive a
/ o r d istrict affiliate w ith us and send th eir delegates.
■•oiispicttous ap p o in tm en t from P re si­
W e have got to get closer to g eth er and effect a m ore th o ro u g h orgam - dent Roosevelt. It is know n th a t Mr.
io n as our em ployers are form ing pow erful o rg an izatio n s ag ain st us
the country, and are doing it w ith th e avewed purpose of crushing M itchell is a firm and ard e n t adm irer
i n k e d labor; and if we da not get to g e th er and stay to g e th e r th ey cer- of th e P resident, and vice versa. U pon
a recent visit to W ash in g to n , Mr.
" n o w ^ b ro th e rs, com e, le t us forget all o.ur p etty differences and stand
M itchell took luncheon at the W hite
>ulder ’to shoulder
our interests
IIUCI and
rtiiu advance ---------
------ and - - p ro tect o u r hom es.
H ouse, and had a long talk with the
F r a t c r n a l^ ^ n ^
SHAVER, Secretary-Treaiteurer.
P resident
T
It is said by m inew orkers officials
who are know n to be in Mr. M itch­
ell's confidence, th at he was th en te n ­
dered an office. C arroll D. W rig h t,
th e present com m issioner of labor,
will, it is said, retire in a m onth or
tw o, an d Mr. M itchell may succeed
him.
T w o congressm en from the a n th ra ­
cite district, when interview ed, said
th ey would not be at all su rp rised at
such a consum m ation, as th ey have
heard rum ors to this effect.
C oncerning Mr. M itchell’s possible
retirem en t from the U nited Mine-
w orkers, a gentlem an who know s him
very well, and who is in his confi­
dence, stated th at he knew it was
Mr. M itchell's am bition to retire
as the g reatest labor leader th e coun­
try had ever known. H e has placed
the U nited M inew orkers on a firm
financial basis, and believes he ha?
fulfilled his d uty to the organization.
F o r some tim e past, M itchell has
been allow ing m any of the resp o n si­
bilities of the o rganization to rest on
the shoulders of V ice-President Lewis,
who will succeed him.
O n account of the g reat B altim ore
fire, Colonel J. F ran k Suppléé, a com ­
petent au th o rity on factory statistics,
estim ates th a t the num ber of p er­
sons th ro w n o u t of em ploym ent will
reach 59,000. O th ers have estim ated
the enforced idleness at g rea tly m ore.
Trade Union Directory
International Brotherhood of Bookbinders,
J. P. F I N L E Y A S O N . P rogress»««
Local M—M eets every third Tuesday
evening of each month at 300 AUsky F uneral D irectors and E m balm ars, ea«.
T h ird and M adison S tr e ets. C om pete«»
Bldg Third and Morrison streets.
International Brotherhood of Electrical lady a ssista n t. P h o n e N o . 8.
Workers. No. 126—Meets every Wednes­
day evening In Painters’ Hall, 8econd
end Yambln.
International Brotherhood of Team ster«, ; S C H W A R T Z -J E R K 0 W 8 K I
Local 162—M eets every Tuesday even - '
OF N E W YORK
Ing at Unien H all, Corner Second and ,
Stark streets.
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11
U
nion
Mode C lothing at the
International Shlngiera’ Union m eets
every Thursday tn room 26 Labbe |
MOYER CLOTHING CO.
Building, corner Second and W ash-;
lngton.
T h ird and Oak Bta.
P ortlan d . O x .
International Union of Wood, Wire and
Metal Lathers m eets every Thursday
night at 127% F irst street.
Iron Trades Council m eets every 2d end O r e g o n p b o n e R e d 1 8 H 2
4th Monday In room 227 Chamber of i
Commerce Building.
Iron Moulders' Union No. 139—Meets
every first and third Thursday at 228%
Yamhill street.
Journeym en Barbers’ Union No. 76—Meets |
T V la k e r o f
every Tuesday evening in A. O. U. W. i
Building, Blxtn floor. Third and Taylor I
streets.
Journeymen H orseshoers' Union No. 41—
M eets every first end third Thurs­
day In room 21, McKay building.
Journeym en Plumber«* and Gasflttere
Association, Local No. 61—Meets every
Monday evening at 226% Yamhill
street.
Journeymen Tailors, Local No. 74—Meets
every second and fourth Monday tn
Union Hall. Second and Stark streets
Laundry W orkers’ Union. No. 90, meet«
every Monday evening at A. O. U. W.
HalL
Lumber Mill W orkers. No 348, m eets 1st
and 3d Sunday afternoon at 3:30 In ZT. X T . T u i ù - X Æ E S
Foresters' Hall northw est com er Sec­
ond and Yamhill.
H an d le s a Good L in e o f
Marble Workers—Meet every first and
U N IO N M A D E C IG A R S
third Thursday evening. 8 P. M., at
and T O B A C C O S .............
343 First street In Quincy block. F irst
and Market.
A ll K inds o f
Mount Hood Lodge of the Brotherhood of
F R U IT 8 . N U T S and C A N D IE 8
Boilerm akers a i d Iron Ship-Builders.
L ocal No. 73—Meets every second and 224 WASHINCION ST.
phok coiumba 211
fourth Thursday In Allsky Hall.
Multnomah Typographical Union No. 68-
M eets every first Sunday of the month
PEOPLES M ARKET
at 3 P M., in Auditorium Hall.
M usicians' Mutual Association, Local 99—
TH EO . A. GODEL
Meet« every first Tuesday at 3 P. M. In
room 214, Chamber o f Commerce.
Dealer in f l n e Meats, Sausage», Pish, P oultry
N ational A ssociation of Letter-Carriers.
a n d Game
Branch No. 82—Meets every second
W ednesday of the month In the Post-
295 N . S IX T E E N T H ST.
office building.
Columbia Phone Me
National Union o f the United Brewery Oregon Phone C lay 91
Workmen of the United States, Local
No. 7—Meets every second and fourth
Saturday at 228% Yamhill street.
Portland's Bindery W om en's IxicaL No.
113, L B. of B.—M eets every first T u es­
day evening tn the m onth tn Hall No.
Bam S trou se, P rop rietor
- 800. A llsky/B ulldlng
Plasterers' Union m eets every W ednes­
F irst-C lass M eals S erved for 2 5 c up
day sig h t at 127% F irst street.
A Cup o f F am ous Coffee w ith Cake 10e
Portland Laborers'
P rotective
Union
m eets every Friday night at 228% Yam-
229 W ashington St.
htlL
.
Portland Printing Pressm en's
Union B et. 1st and 2d, near 1st and W a sh in g to n
m eets every 4th Tuesday a t 127%
First street.
Wm O’Donnell
Portland
Bakers'
and Confectioners' Special Attention given io
hips
J. Driscoll
Union—Meets every first and third the supplying of ship
Saturday, a t I P . M„ at 228% Yamhill
BO
ST
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street.
Portland Theatrical Stage Em ployes
Union—M eets every second Thursday
of the month s t Cordray's Theater.
Dealer» in a ll K ind» of
Railway Frelghthandlers. Local No. 334—
F R E S H A N D S A L T M EATS
M eet every second and fourth Sun­
days at 7:30 P. M. at Caledonia Hall,
Both Phone»
Second and Yamhill.
PORTLAN D
Retail Clerks' Union—M eets every T u es­ Cor. F irst A B urnside 81».
day evening at A llsky Hall. Third and
P h o n e C la y 9 0 9
Morrison streets, third floor.
Riggers. Liners, Shlppalnters and Clean­
ers—Meet second Tuesday of each
m onth In A llsky Building, Room >300.
Shipw rights’. Caulkers’ and Shlpjolners
L O C K S M IT H
A ssociation of the Port of Portland—
M eets every first and third Saturday
4 4 9 W a s h in g t o n g t.
at 230% Yam hill street.
Stablem en's Union, No. 9419—M eets every Saw F i l i n g , F u r n it u r e
PO RTLAND
Monday evening In room 300. Allsky a n d G e n e r a l R e p a ir in g
Building.
Stationary
Engineers,
No.
87—Meets
every Thursday evening in Engineers'
Hall. No. 49% F irst street.
Stationary Firem en—Meet every first and
third Saturday evenings in Musicians'
Keep» nothing but Choice Meat», and
Hall. 227 Chamber of Commerce.
catnplie» w ith all the requirement» o/
Stereotypers and Electrotypers. No. 48.
Organised Labor
m eet first Monday of each m onth at
250 Twelfth street.
The International Brotherhood of Elec­ F R E D . S P A G E L E
P rop rietor
trical Workers, No. 125 — Meets In
Caledonia Hall, Second and Yamhill,
every W ednesday evening.
United Brotherhood of Leather Workers
m eets every 1st and 3d Thursday at
A. O U. W. Hall.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America, Branch No. 60—
M eets every Wednesday night In
E agles’ Hall, corner Second and Yam­
M anufacturer
hill streets.
W h o le sa le and R etail
W ater Front Federation m eets every 2d
D ealer In
and 4th Monday at 127% F irst street.
Woodworkers' Local Union. No. 66—Meets
every W ednesday night at Trades
Union H all. Second and Yamhill.
Wood. W ire and Metal Lathers, Local 64.
m eets every Thursday evening at Sec­
ond and Yam hill streets, Sd floor, old
Caledonian Hall.
H. W. GERMAINE
ß ig b
S h e r iff
3 2 5 (Rilsan S t r e e t
Strouse’s Restaurant
A m algam ated A ssociation of Street R ail­
way Employe* of America, Division
181—Meets fleet and third M onday even­
ing« a t 8:46, tn Union Hall, Union block.
Am algam ated Meatcuttera* and Butchers'
Workmen, Local 143— M eets every
Friday at 8 P. M. at Trades Union
hall, corner Second and Yamhill.
A m algam ated Sheet Metal Workers' In.
tem atlonal Association, No. 18—Meets
every second and fourth T uesday at
228% Yam hill street.
Bartenders' League m eets every Tuesday,
alternating a t 2 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.,
at 364% Alder street.
Beer drivers' and Bottlers', Local No, 201
—M eets every first and third Satur­
day, a t Bartenders' Hall, No. 264%
Alder street.
Blacksm iths' Union m eets every 1st and
3d Monday evening in room 227, Cham­
ber of Commerce Building.
Bricklayers' International Union No. 1—
M eets every W ednesday at 228% Yam­
hill street.
Brotherhood o f Painters, D ecorators and
Paperhangers of America, Local, No.
10—M eets every Thursday, 234% Morri­
son street.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainm an, Sun­
set Lodge No. 130—M eets every first
and third Sunday, at 2 P. M.. In Audi­
torium Hall.
Broom Makers' Union m eets every 1st
and 3d Monday at 127% F irst street.
Carpenters—M eet every Friday evening
in Union Hall, third floor, corner
Second and Stark.
Carpet Layers' and Upholsterers' Union
m eets every W ednesday nigh t at the
com er of Second and Yamhill.
Clgarm akers’ International
Union of
America, Local No. 202 m eets every
1st and 3d Tuesday nlgnt at 228% Yam­
hill.
Cooks' and W alters' Alliance—M eets every
third Saturday, 264% Alder street.
Bartenders' Hall.
Coopers' International Union, Local No.
132—M eets the first and third Thurs­
days in every month at No. 300, Allsky
Building.
Glass Workers* Union, Local No. 18,
m eets every 2d and 4th Saturday at
the corner o f Second and Morriaon.
General Longshorem en's Union. No. 266,
m eets every 1st and Sd Thursday at
Union Hall, corner of Stark and Sec­
ond. General headquarters 29 North
Front.
Gralnhandlers. No. 263—Meets every Mon­
day evening In Davis' Hall, corner
Russell street and Albina avenue.
BREW ERS' HOME
I. L. A.. No. 264—Meets every first and Owtittiii iiitMu
third Saturday at Unto« H all, Second
and Stark streets.
International A ssociation o f Bridge ano
Structural Iron W orkers m eets every
P h il ip S t r e i i , Proprietor
Saturday night at the corner of Second
and Y am h ill
International Association o f M achinists, Cor. First and Main St»., Portland, Ore.
Local No. 63—Meets every first and
third Friday In Allsky building
Finest Table Board in the C ity
International Association of Ship Riggers,
Liners and Painters m eets every 2d Otily W h ite H elp Em ployed. Meals 15c. Lodging
aoc and 25c. M il k and Eggs fresh from our
and 4th Thursday at com er of Sec­
own ranch daily
ond and Ash.
M e tr o p o lis H o te l
O'DONNELL & DRISCOLL
H . O. S M IT H
The Sixth Street Meat Market
S c h il le r
C ig a r F a c t o r y
Havana and Domestic
CIGARS
281 W ashington St., Cor. Fourth
P h o n e B lack 1831
z//f M c C auley machine wks .
Steam , Wood and D rag Saw» to Order.
L abor-Saving M achinery Designed and
B uitt. Shafting H angers, I ulleys and
Belting. Perfect-Pitting Piston and Valve
Ring» fo r M arine or Stationary Engines.
M achinery Installed.
Accuracy and
Percieion G uaranteed. Phone R ed tI99
Foot o f Morrison St.
Portland, Ore.
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