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bership, 1,450. National secretary, Maurice B. Uoff. Phi Alpha Delta.

National Law Fraternity, was first society of Chicago lawyers, known as Lambda Epsilon, changed to Phi Alpha Delta in 1897; twenty-three chapters; total membership, 1,600. Officers: John Doyle Carmody, supreme justice, Washington, D. C.; Edward J. Fleming, first supreme vice-justice, Kansas City, Mo.; J. F. T. O'Connor, second supreme vicejustice, New Haven, Conn.; Edward J. Hess, supreme recorder, Chicago, Ill.; Frank G. Adams, supreme treasurer, Bloomington, Ill.; James McKeag, supreme financial secretary, Chicago, Ill. Phi Alpha Gamma.

Medical Fraternity, founded at New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1894; has thirteen active, one inactive chapters; membership, 2,400. National secretary, T. J. Yeomans, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Phi Alpha Sigma.

Medical fraternity, founded 1886 at Bellevue Medical College, incorporated 1906: five chapters, membership, 800. Officers, Primer magnus, N. B. Van Etten; sub.-primer magnus, C. N. B. Camac; scribus magnus, E. J. G. Beardsley, No. 2030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Phi Beta Pi.

Medical Fraternity, founded at Western University of Pennsylvania in 1891; thirty-two active, two inactive chapters; membership, 3,600. National secretary, George M. Kline, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Phi Chi.

Medical Fraternity, organized at the University of Louisville. Louisville, Ky., in 1894. Officers: Lorenzo F. Luckie, G. P. S., Birmingham, Ala.; Edw. R. Schunk, G. P. J., Chicago, Ill.; Dunning S. Wilson, M. D., G. S. T.. No. 972 South Brook street, Louisville, Kv. Thirty-four chapters; membership, 3,270.

Phi Delta Chi.

Medical Fraternity, founded at University of Michigan, 1883; twelve active, three inactive chapters: membership. 2.500. National secretary, Edward Spease, Columbus, O.

Phi Gamma Delta.

Founded May 1. 1848: fifty-seven chapters; membership, 12,008. Officers: William F. Chamberlin, president, No. 458 Huffman avenue, Dayton, O.: Dr. Wilmer Christian, treasurer, Indianapolis, Ind; Thomas L. Pogue, secretary, No. 914 First National Bank building. Cincinnati. O.; O. H. Cheney, Lay Archon, New York City; Karl F. Overholt, Pittsburg, Pa.

Phi Delta Theta.

Founded at Miami University, 1848; seventy-two active, nineteen inactive chapters; membership, 17,486. National secretary, Frederick J. Coxe, Wadesboro, N. C.

Phi Delta Phi.

Legal Fraternity, founded at the University of Michigan in December, 1869; forty-four chapters: membership, 9.876. Council: Earl G. Rice, president, New

York building, Seattle, Wash.; Louis D. Barr, vice-president, Mansfield, O.; Herbert M. Peck, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Emmett A. Donnelly, Madison, Wis.; George A. Katzenberger, secretary and treasurer, No. 521 Broadway, Greenville, O. ✓

Phi Kappa Psi.

Organized February 19, 1852, at Washington and Jefferson College, Cannonsburg, Pa.; forty-four active, twenty-one inactive chapters; membership, 11,000. Officers. George Smart, president, Cleveland, O.: Sion B. Smith, vice-president, Pittsburg, Pa.; Dan. G. Swannell, treasMcurer, Champaign, Ill.; Henry H. Corkle, secretary, No. 29 Wall street. New York, N. Y.; John S. Sprowls, Elm Grove, W. Va.

Phi Kappa Sigma.

Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 1850; twenty-six active; seventeen inactive chapters; membership, 4,000. National secretary, William F. Norris, Philadelphia, Pa.

Phi Rho Sigma.

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Medical Fraternity, organized at the University of Virginia, in 1893; nine chapters; membership, 600. Officers. Paul W. Howle, M. D., senior councillor, No. 701 West Grace street, Richmond, Va.; Hugh T. Nelson, M. D., junfor councillor, Charlottesville, Va.; Beverley R. Tucker, M. D., general secretary, No. 208 East Franklin street, Richmond, Va.; Lawrence T. Price. M. D.. treasurer, Richmond, Va.: Alfred L. Gray, M. D., historian, Richmond, Va. Psi Upsilon.

Founded at Union College, 1833; twenty-two chapters; membership, 11,436. National secretary, George S. Coleman, New York City.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Founded at the University of Alabama. March 12. 1856: seventy-two active chapters: estimated membership.

13,500. Officers: George D. Kimball, mond College, Richmond, Va.; has twen. Denver, Col.; Carl E. Sheldon, Esq., ty-nine active chapters; membership, Sterling, Ill. ; Clarence W. Stowell, sec- 1,200. Officers: N. R. Cooney, grand retary, No. 357 Westminster street, i president, Dalton, O.; F. S. Robbins, Providence, R. I.; William C. Levere, grand vice-president, Wilkinsburg, Pa.; Evanston, Ill.; Elmer B. Sanford, Kan- W. L. Phillips, grand secretary, P. O. sas City, Mo.

Box 256, Washington, D. C.; J. C. GrifThe Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity fin, grand treasurer, Brooklyn, N. Y.; is essentially a secret organization. C. L. Yancey, grand historian, No. 1515

O street, N.
Sigma Chi.

Washington, D. C.;

W. F. Wingett, grand guard, Newark, Founded at Miami University, 1855; Del. sixty-one active, twenty inactive chap

Sigma Pi. ters; membership, 9,862. Officers: Grand consul, George Ade, Hazelden

Organized at William and Mary UniFarm,

versity in 1897; five active, seven inBrook, Ind.; grand quaestor, William V.

active chapters; membership. 550. OfBrothers, Suite 920, No. 112 Clark street,

ficers: President, M. Atlee Ermold, Chicago, Ill. ; grand annotator, Bertram

Haddon Heights, N. J.; vice-president, F. Adams, No. 621 Woodland Park, Chi

Rossel Cook, Columbus, O.; secretary, cago, Ill. ; grand tribune, William A. Trimpe, No.

Géorge c. Blower, Athens, 'o.; herald, 6043 Woodlawn avenue,

Byron Lewis, Urbana, I11.; master of Chicago, Ill.; grand editor, Newman

exchequer, E. W. Perrott, Philadelphia, Miller. No. 5515 Woodlawn avenue, Chi

Pa. cago, Ill. ; grand historian, Earl D. Hos

Theta Chi. tetter, No. 6233 Monroe avenue, Chicago, III, Trustees: President, Orville S. Founded at Norwich University, 1856; Brumback, Gardner Building, Toledo, seven chapters; membership. 472. NaOhio; secretary, Herbert P. Wright, No. tional secretary, E. Wessen Clark, Bos730 Delaware street, Kansas City, Mo.; ton, Mass. Howard Ferris, First National Bank

Theta Delta Chi. Building, Cincinnati, Ohio; Ralph F. Founded in

1857;

has twenty-six Potter, Suite 510, Rector Building. Chi- active chapters and a membership of cago, Ill.; Herbert C. Arms, No. 345 5,200. Officers: President, Edward Michigan street, Chicago, Ill.

John Cook, Geneva, N. Y.; secretary, Vsigma Nu.

Harold H. Robison, Geneva, N. Y.; treasurer,

Fletcher P. Burton, ProviOrganized at Virginia Military Insti

dence, R. I., P. O. Box 169; graduate tute, 1869: sixty-three active, fourteen

secretary, James inactive

51 chapterg; membership. 8,000.

C. Hallock, No. Oficers: Wade H. Ellis, regent. First

Renner avenue, Newark, N. J.; graduate treasurer,

Robert S. Emerson, National Bank building, Cincinnati, O.:

Providence, R. I. Rev. A. H. Wilson, vice-regent and inspector general, New York City; Samuel

Theta Lambda Phi. F Pegues, grand treasurer and editor

Legal Fraternity, founded at Dickincatalogue, Chicago. Ill.; Clarence E. son School of Law, 1901; nine chapters; Woods, grand recorder and editor Delta, membership, 1,500. National secretary, Richmond, Ky.

J. Ward Follette, New York City.
Sigma Nu Phi.

v Theta XI. Legal Fraternity, founded at Law De- (English Science), founded at Renspartment N. U. Michigan, 1902; three selaer Polytechnic Institute, 1864; chapters; membership, 245. National twelve chapters; membership, 1,050. Nasecretary, W. W. Lemmond, Washing- tional secretary, Russell de C. Greene, ton, D. C.

Nichols, Ga.
Sigma Phi.

Zeta Beta Tau.
Founded at Union College, Schenec-

Medical Fraternity, founded at Coltady, N. Y.; nine active, two inactive

lege of the City of New York, 1898; chapters; membership, 1,450. The 80ciety is represented legally by a

fourteen chapters; membership, 400. Na

tional secretary, Simon J. Jumnefsky, poration (the Sigma Phi Society. Incor

New York City. porated). the officers of which are: Robert D. Benedict, president; Eugene M.

Zeta Omicron. Jerome, vice-president: M. Shaler Al- Medical Fraternity, founded at Unilen, secretary: Beverly Chew, treasurer. versity of California, 1896; one chapter, Representing the society at large there eighty-three members. National secreis a general secretary. Dr. Alexander tary, Allan R. Powers, Berkeley, Cal, Duane, No. 139 East 37th Street, New

Zeta Psi. York, and а standing committee, Founded which Dr. O. H. Rogers, No. 346 Broad

at New York University, way, is chairman.

1847; twenty-three active, nine inactive

National Sigma Phi Epsilon.

chapters; membership, 5,500.

secretary, Robert B. Austin, New York Founded November 1, 1901, at Rich- City.

WOMEN'S FRATERNITIES.
Alpha Omicron Pi.

Mrs. Walter H. Farmer, No. 7 CortА secret Society founded in Newlandt street, Nashua, N. H.; vice-presiYork City, January 2, 1897, by Mrs. dent, Miss Viola Gray, No. 1527 South

Hughans, Mrs. Helen Mullan, 23d street, Lincoln, Neb.; secretary. Mre, Stella Perry and Mrs. Elizabeth Migs Blanche H. Hooper, Tufts ColWymans. The officers are: President, lege, Mags.; treasurer, Miss Lillian

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Jessie

MacQuillin, No. 87 Central avenue, Pawtucket, R. I.

Alpha Phi.

Founded at Syracuse University, 1872; fourteen chapters, 800 members. National secretary, Mrs. S. P. Balderston, Evanston, Ill.

Alphi Xi Delta

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Organized April 17, 1893, at Lombard, College, Galesburg, Ill., and has now fifteen active and four alumnae associations, with membership of 850. Seven chapters are running sorority houses. Officers: Grand president and directress of the second division, Mary Emily Kay, No. 75 South Union avenue, Alliance, O.; grand vicepresident and directress of the fourth division, Gussanda Countway, Somerville, Mass.; grand secretary and directress of the third division, Lena G. Baldwin, No. 670 Euclid avenue. Elmira, N. Y.; grand treasurer and directress of the first division, Ellen Ball, Seattle, Wash.; editor of the "Alpha Xi Delta," Ruth A. Sibley, Somerville, Mass.

Beta Sigma Omicron.

Founded at the Missouri State University, December 12, 1888. The fraternity has fourteen chapters and two alumni chapters, with about 1,000 members. Officers: President. Erna Berry Watson, Hamilton College. Lexington, Ky.; vice-president, Christine Cole, Newman, Ga.; secretary, Bernice Stall, No. 11 East Grace street, Richmond, Va.; treasurer. Mrs. Henry W. Parrish, Abbeville, Ala.; historian and editor. Elizabeth Falter, Southwestern Baptist College, Bolivar, Mo. The next convention meets in Atlanta, Ga., June, 1912.

Chi Omega.

Founded April 3, 1895, at the University of Arkansas; has twenty-five active chapters, sixteen alumni associations; total membership, 1,927. Supreme governing council: Mary Love Collins, S. H.. Tyrone, Pa.: Sue Bitting Hicks, S. T. B.. Tecumseh, Mich.; Jessie A. Parker, S. K. A.. Olathe, Kan.; May G. Miller Shapard, S. N. V., Fort Smith, Ark.; Martha Land, S. M., R. R. No. 10. Lexington, Ky.: Mary Wright Bain, eleusis editor, San Francisco, Cal.

Delta Delta Delta.

Founded at Boston University, 1888; twenty-seven active, one inactive chapter: 2.500 members. National secretary, Mrs. J. E. Rhodes, St. Paul, Minn. Delta Gamma.

Founded at Warren Female Institute, 1873; nineteen chapters, 2.563 members. National secretary, Agnes Burton, Detroit, Mich.

Gamma Phi Beta.

Founded at Syracuse University, 1874; thirteen chapters, 1,633 members. Officers: President, Miss Mabel E. Stone, Nc. 410 University avenue, Syracuse, N. Y.; treasurer, Mrs. O. Y. Harsen, Yonkers, N. Y.; secretary, Miss Marion D. Dean, No. 78 Madison avenue, Newtonville, Mass.

Kappa Alpha Theta.

Founded at Asbury College (now .De Pauw University), January 27. 1870. There are thirty-two college chapters and twenty-two alumnae chapters. Officers: Grand president, Mrs. Louis F. Nelson, 58th street and Euclid avenue, Kansas City, Mo.; grand vice-president. Eva R. Hall, Sycamore, Ill.; grand secretary and editor, L. Pearle Green, No. 15 East avenue, Ithaca, N. Y.; grand treasurer, Edith D. Cockins, Columbus, O.

Kappa Delta.

Founded at Virginia State Normal School, 1897; fourteen active, two inactive chapters; membership, 850. tional secretary, Mary S. Thomas, lumbia, S. C.

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Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Founded at Monmouth College, 1870; thirty-five active, twelve inactive chapters; membership, 5,500. Officers: President, Mrs. A. H. Roth, Erie, Penn.; secretary, Miss Eva Powell, No. 921 Myrtle st., Oakland, Cal.; treasurer, Mrs. P. R. Kolbe, Akron, Ohio; registrar, Miss Juliette G. Hollenback, No. 460 Washington ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y.; editor of "The Key," Mrs. R. T. C. Jackson, No. 58 Bedford st., Fall River, Mass.

Phi Mu.

Founded at Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852; ten chapters, 1,500 members. Officers: President, Miss Louise Morning, Amarillo, Tex.: first vice-president, Mrs. Louise Fredericks Hays. Montezuma, Ga.; second vicepresident, Miss Zenobia Wooten. Chicago, Ill.; secretary, Miss Bonito Hinton, No. 1409 1st street, New Orleans: treasurer, Miss Elsa Scholtz, Louisville. Ky.; historian, Miss Elizabeth Hines, Atlanta, Ga.; registrar, Miss Martha Lewis, Macon, Ga.; editor, Miss Dorothy Ackerman, Great Barrington, Mass.

Pi Beta Phi.

Founded at Monmouth. College, 1867; thirty-nine active, fourteen inactive chapters; membership, 5,404. Grand council: President, May L. Keller, No. 1822 Linden avenue, Baltimore. Md. vice-president, Anna Jackson Branson, Lansdowne, Pa.: secretary, Julia E. Rogers, No. 340 Rahway avenue, Elizabeth, N. J.; treasurer,

New Orleans, La.; editor, Mary Bartoi Theiss (Mrs. Lewis E.), New York City; historian, Kate King Bostwick (Mrs. H. O.), Chardon, O.

Sigma Kappa Sorority.

Founded in November, 1874, at Colby College, Waterville, Me.; ten active and ten alumnae chapters, consisting of about 775 members. Officers: Grand president, Mrs. Grace Coburn Smith, No. 2137 Bancroft place. Washington D. C.; grand vice-president, Hila Helen Small, Somerville, Mass.; grand secre tary, Mrs. Eula Grove Linger. No. 210 Jersey street, Buffalo, N. Y.: grand treasurer, Mrs. Olive Robbins Haviland. Lansdowne, Pa.

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John R. Jobe.
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H. L. Norwood.

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Land Commissioner. Reuben G. Dye.
Commissioner of Mines

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ARIZONA (TERRITORY)—CAPITAL, PHOENIX.
Governor ....
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Secretary of Territory..George W. Young.

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of Virginia, October 25, 1898; has ten active and two alumnae chapters; total membership, 725. Officers: President, Miss May Agnes Hopkins, University Hall, Galveston, Tex.; secretary, Mrs. J. L. Bugg, No. 707 High street, Farmville, Va.; treasurer, Miss Mary Patrick, Marion, Ala.; historian, Mrs. W. E. Davis, Jellico, Tenn.; editor, Miss Margaret Levy, Longview, Tex.

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CALIFORNIA-CAPITAL, SACRAMENTO.

Hiram W. Johnson.....
Albert J. Wallace.
Frank C. Jordan..
A. B. Nye.
William R. Williams.
U. S. Webb..

Attorney-General
Surveyor-General
William S. Kingsbury..4 years.. January, 1915.
Supt. Public Instruction Edward C. Hyatt..

4 years.. January, 1915.

All State officials Republicans.

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Governor

COLORADO-CAPITAL, DENVER.
John H. Shafroth.
Lieutenant-Governor Stephen R. Fitzgarrald.
Secretary of State...... James B. Pearce.
Auditor
........Roady Kenehan.
Treasurer
......... M. A. Leddy.
Attorney-General
John T. Barnett.
Supt. Public Instruction Katherine McCook..
All State officials Democrats.

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CONNECTICUT-CAPITAL, HARTFORD.

Simeon E. Baldwin.. 12 years.. January, 1913.
Matthew H. Rogers. 12 years.. January, 1913.
Thomas D. Bradstreet..12 years.. January, 1913.
Costello Lippitt
2 years.. January, 1913.
Dennis A. Blakeslee. 2 years.. January, 1913.
..John H. Light..... 4 years.. January, 1913..

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Office.

Governor

Lieutenant-Governor
Secretary of State.
Auditor

Treasurer

Theodore Townsend
D. O. Moore..
Andrew C. Gray.

Attorney-General
Insurance Commissioner. Charles H. Maull.

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Cuno H. Randolph. 3 years..
John A. Johnston. .13 years..
Maj. W. V. Judson, U.S. A. Detailed.

Commissioners appointed by the President without regard to politics.

FLORIDA-CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE.

Governor

Secretary of State.

Controller

Treasurer

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Treasurer

William V. Knott.

Governor...
Albert W. Gilchrist. 4 years.. January, 1913.
Secretary of State......H. Clay Crawford.
4 years.. January, 1918.
Controller
A. C. Croom.
.....4 years.. January, 1913.
...4 years.. January, 1918.
Attorney-General ..... Park M. Trammell... 4 years.. January, 1918.
Comm'r Agriculture.. B. E. McLin....
4 years.. January, 1913.
Supt. Public Instruction William H. Holloway...4 years.. January,
All State officials Democrats.

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Governor

DELAWARE-CAPITAL, DOVER.

Name.

Simeon 8. Pennewill.
John M. Mendinhall.

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Comm'r Agriculture....T. G. Hudson.
Supt. Public Instruction Jere M. Pound.

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Joseph M. Brown...
Philip Cook.
William A. Wright..
Robert E. Park..
...John C. Hart..

HAWAII (TERRITORY)—CAPITAL, HONOLULU.

Governor
Walter F. Frear..
4 years.. |December 18, 1911
Secretary of Territory.. Ernest A. Mott-Smith..4 years.. December 18, 1911
All Territorial officials Republicans.

IDAHO-CAPITAL, BOISE.

12 years.. January, 1913. 2 years.. January, 1913. 2 years..January, 1913. 2 years.. January, 1913. 2 years.. January, 1913. Attorney-General D. C. McDougal. 2 years.. January, 1913.. Supt. Public Instruction Miss Grace M. Shepherd2 years.. January, 1913.. Inspector of Mines......R. N. Bell... ...12 years.. January, 1913..

GEORGIA-CAPITAL, ATLANTA.

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James H. Hawley.
L. H. Sweetser..

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All State officials Republicans except Governor, Democrat.

W. F. Gifford.

S. D. Taylor.
10. Vallen

All State officials Democrats.
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ILLINOIS-CAPITAL, SPRINGFIELD.

Charles S. Deneen..
John G. Oglesby.
James A. Rose.
James S. McCullough.
Edward E. Mitchell.
William H. Stead.
Republicans.

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INDIANA-CAPITAL, INDIANAPOLIS.

Thomas R. Marshall.
Frank J. Hall......
Lewis G. Ellingham.
William H. O'Brien.
William H. Vollmer.
Thomas H. Honan...

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