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1873 $1,800 London. Richard Westacott.
1,800 Paris. Dean B. Mason.
1,800 Madrid. Maddin Summers.
1899 1,800 Washington. Augustus E. Ingram.
1902 1,600 Berlin.
Frederic W. Cauldwell. District of Col.. 1903 1,400 Naples. Homer M. Byington.
1903 1,400 Berlin. John W. Dye.
1906 1,000 Paris. Milton B. Kirk.
1,000 Boma. Lucien Memminger. South Carolina. 1907
1,000 Washington. Edward A. Weldon.
1907 1,000 Washington. Archibald B. Dorman. Illinois
1907 1,000 NOTE.-Consular agencies are attached above to the consulates of which they are branch offices. Abbreviations used are: (C. G.), Consul General; (V. C. G.), ViceConsul General; (C.), Consul; (V. C.), Vice-Consul; (A.), Consular Agent.
The Consular Service was reorganized by an act of Congress approved April 5, 1906, and taking effect June 30, 1906. A synopsis of the law appears unger "Acts and Reso
lutions of the Fifty-ninth Congress,' page 118 of The Tribune Almanac for 1907. It abolished the grade of Commercial Agent, divided the cousulates general into seven classes, and the consulates into nine classes. It created five consuls general-at-large to be inspectors of consulates and abolished the fee system of compensation, except for consular agents. Any consular officer receiving more than $1,000 a year must be an American citizen and is prohibited from engaging in business or practising as a lawyer. The provision regarding fees was as follows: "All fees received by any officer in the consular service for services rendered in connection with the duties of his office, including fees for notarial services, and fees for taking depositions, executing commissions or letters rogatory, settling estates, receiving or paying out moneys, caring for or disposing of property, shall be paid into the Treasury, and the only compensation of such officer shall be by salary fixed by law; but this shall not apply to consular agents, who shall be paid by one-half of the fees received in their offices,
up to $1,000 in any one year, the other half being paid into the Treasury. Viceconsuls general, deputy consuls general, vice-consuls, and deputy consuls, in addition to such compensation as they may be entitled to receive as consuls or clerks, may receive such portion of the salaries of the consul general or consuls for whom they act as shall be provided by regulation."
To carry out the provisions of the act of April 5, 1906, President Roosevelt on June 27, 1906, issued the following executive order:
REGULATIONS GOVERNING APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS.
"1. Vacancies in the office of consul-general and in the office of consul above class 8 shall be filled by promotion from the lower grades of the Consular Service, based upon ability and efficiency as shown in the service.
"2. Vacancies in the office of consui of class 8 and of consul of class 9 shall be filled:
“(a) By promotion on the basis of ability and efficiency as shown in the service, of consular clerks, and of vice-consuls, deputy consuls and consular agents who shall have been appointed to such offices upon examination.
By new appointments of candidates who have passed a satisfactory examination for appointment as consul as hereafter provided. "3.
Persons in the service of the Department of State with salaries of $2,000 or upward shall be eligible for prcmotion, on the basis of ability and efficiency as shown in the service, to any grade of the Consular Service above class 8 of consuls.
"4. The Secretary of State, or such officer of the Department of State as the President shall designate, the chief of the Consular Bureau and the chief examiner of the Civil Service Commission, or some person whom said Commission shall designate, shall constitute a board of examiners for admission to the Consular Service.
"5. It shall be the duty of the board of examiners to formulate rules for and hold examinations of applicants for admission to the Consular Service.
*6. TH scope and method of examinations shall be determined by the board of examiners, but among the subjects shall be included at least one modern language other than English; the natural, industrial and commercial resources and the commerce of the United States, especially with reference to the possibilities of increasing and extending the trade of the United States with foreign countries; political economy; elements of international, commercial and maritime law.
Examination papers shall be rated on a scale of 100, and no person rated at less than 80 shall be eligible for certification.
"8. No one shall be examined who is under twenty-one or over fifty years of age, or who is not a citizen of the United States, or who is not of good character and habits and physically and mentally qualified for the proper performance of consular work, or who has not been specially designated by the President for appointment to the Consular Service subject to examination.
"9. Whenever a vacancy shall occur in the eighth or ninth class of consuls which the President may deem it expedient to fill, the Secretary of State shall inform the board of examiners, who shall certify to him the list of those persons eligible for appointment, accompanying the certificate with a detailed report showing the qualifications, as revealed by examination, of the persons so certified. If it be desired to fill a vacancy in a consulate in a country in which the United States exercises extra-territorial jurisdiction, the Secretary of State shall so inform the board of examiners, who shall include in the list of names certified by it only such persons as have passed the examination provided for in this order, and who also have passed an examination in the fundamental principles of the common law, the rules of evidence and the trial of civil and criminal cases. The list of names which the board of examiners shall certify shall be sent to the President for his information,
“10. No promotion shall be made except for efficiency, as shown by the work that the officer has accomplished, the ability, promptness and diligence displayed by him in the performance of all his official duties, his conduct and his fitness for the Consular Service.
"11. It shall be the duty of the board of examiners to formulate rules for and hold examinations of persons designated for appointment as consular clerk, and of such persons designated for appointment as vice-consul, deputy consul and consular agent, as shall desire to become eligible for promotion. The scope and method of such examination shall be determined by the board of examiners, but it shall include the same subjects hereinbefore prescribed for the examination of consuls. Any vice-consul, deputy consul or consular agent now in the service, upon passing such an exami ation, shall become eligible for promotion, as if appointed upon such examination. "12.
In designations for appointment subject to examination and in appointments after examination, due regard will be had to the rule that as between candidates of equal merit appointments should be so made as to secure proportional representation of all the states and territories in the Consular Service; and neither in the designation for examination or certification or appointment will the political affiliations of the candidate be considered."
On November 10, 1905, President Roosevelt issued the following executive order regulating appointments to secretaryships of embassy or legation:
"It is hereby ordered that vacancies in the office of secretary of embassy or legation shall hereafter be filled:
By transfer or promotion from some branch of the Foreign Service, or “(b) By the appointment of a person who, having furnished satisfactory evidence of character, responsibility and capacity, and being thereupon selected by the President for examination, is found upon such examination to be qualified for the position."
JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
Appointed. 4. MELVILLE W. FULLER, Illinois, Chief Justice...
1888 1. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, Massachusetts.
1902 2. RUFUS W. PECKHAM, New York.
1895 3 WILLIAM R. DAY, Ohio..
1903 5. EDWARD D. WHITE, Louisiana.
1894 6. JOHN M. HARLAN, Kentucky.
1877 7. WILLIAM H. MOODY, Massachusetts.
1906 8. DAVID J. BREWER. Kansas........
1889 9. JOSEPH M'KENNA, California.
1898 Reporter of the Supreme Court-Charles Henry Butler (1902), New York, $4,500. Clerk-James H. McKenney (1880), District of Columbia, $6,000. Marshal-J. M. Wright (1888), Kentucky, $3,500. United States Circuit Judges.
Hawaii-Sanford B. Dole, Honolulu. (Annual salary, $7,000.)
Idaho-Frank S. Dietrich, Boise City. I. Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp- Illinois-(N. D.) Solomon H. Bethea and shire and Rhode Island; Le Baron B. Kenesaw M. Landis, Chicago; (E. D.) Colt, Rhode Island; William L. Putnam, Francis M. Wright, Urbana; (s. D.) J. o. Maine; Francis C. Lowell, Massachusetts. Humphrey, Springfield.
II. Connecticut, New York and Ver- Indiana-Albert B. Anderson, Indianapmont; E. Henry Lacombe, Alfred C. Coxe olis. and Henry Galbraith Ward, New York;
Iowa-(N. D.) Henry T. Reed, Cresco; Walter C. Noyes, Connecticut.
(S. D.) Smith McPherson, Red Oak, III. Delaware, New Jersey and Penn
Kansas-John C. Pollock, Topeka. sylvania; George M. Dallas and Joseph Buffington, Pennsylvania; George Gray,
Kentucky-(E. D.) A. M. J. Cochran, Delaware.
Maysville; (W. D.) Walter Evans, LouisIV. Maryland, North Carolina, South
ville. Carolina, Virginia and W. Virginia; Na
Louisiana-(E. D.) Eugene D. Saunthan Goff, West Virginia; Jeter C. ders, New Orleans; (W. D.) Aleck BoarPritchard, North Carolina.
man, Shreveport. V. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisi- Maine-Clarence Hale, Portland. ana, Mississippi and Texas; Don A. Par- Maryland-Thomas J. Morris, Baltimore. dee, Louisiana; Andrew P. McCormick, Massachusetts-Frederick Dodge, BosTexas; David D. Shelby, Alabama.
ton. VI. Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio
Michigan-(E. D.) Hy. H. Swan, DeTennessee; Horace H. Lurton, Tennessee; troit (W. D.) Loyal E. Knappen, Grand John K. Richards, Ohio; Henry F. Sev- Rapids. erns, Michigan,
Minnesota-William Lochren, MinneapVII. Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin; olis; Page Morris, Duluth. Francis E. Baker, Indiana; James G. Jen- Mississippi-(N and S. D.) Henry C. kins and William H. Seaman, Wisconsin; Niles, Kosciusko. Peter S. Grosscup and Christian C. Kohl- Missouri-(E. D.) David P. Dyer, St. saat, Illinois.
Louis; (W. D.) J. F. Phillips, Kansas City. VIII. Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kan- Montana--William H. Hunt, Helena. sas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Nebraska-William H. Munger, Omaha, Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyo- and Thos. C. Munger, Lincoln. ming, New Mexico; Oklahoma and Ind
Nevada-Edward s. Farrington, Carian Territories; Walter H. Sanborn, Min- son City. nesota; Willis Van Devanter, Wyoming; New Hampshire-Edgar Aldrich, LittleWilliam C. Hook, Kansas; Elmer
ton. Adams, Missouri.
New Jersey-William M. Lanning, TrenIX. California, Idaho, Montana, Neva- ton; Joseph Cross, Elizabeth. da, Oregon and Washington, and terri- New York-(N. D.) George W. Ray, tories of Alaska, Arizona and Hawaii; Norwich;
D.) George B. Adams, William W. Morrow and Erskine M. Ross, George C. Holt and Charles M. Hough, California; William B. Gilbert, Oregon. New York City; (E. D.) T. I. Chatfield, United States District Judges. Brooklyn; (W. D.) John R. Hazel, Bufraio. (Annual salary, $6,000.)
North Carolina –(E. D.) T. R. Purnell, Alabama-(N. D.) Oscar R. Hundley, Raleigh; (W. D.) J. E. Boyd, Greensboro. Birmingham; (M. D.) Thomas G. Jones, North Dakota-Charles F. Amidon, Montgomery; (S. D.) H. T. Toulmin, Fargo. Mobile.
Ohio-(N. D.) A. J. Ricks and Robert Arkansas-(E. D.) Jacob Trieber, Little W. Taylor, Cleveland; (S. D.) A. C. Rock; (W. D.) J. H. Rogers, Fort Smith. Thompson and John E. Sater, Cincinnati.
California-(N, D.) J. J. De Haven and Oklahoma-(E. D.) Ralph E. Campbell, W. C. Van Fleet, San Francisco; (S. D.) South McAlester; (W. D.) John H. CotterOlin Wellborn, Los Angeles.
all, Guthrie. Colorado Robert E. Lewis, Denver.
Oregon-Charles E. Wolverton, Portland. Connecticut-Jas. P. Platt, Hartford. Pennsylvania-(E. D.) John B. McPherDelaware-E. G. Bradford, Wilmington. son and James B. Holland, Philadelphia;
Florida (N. D.) Wm. B. Sheppard, (M. D.) Robert W. Archbald, Scranton; Pensacola; (S. D.) J. W. Locke, Jackson- (W. D.) Nathaniel Ewing, Pittsburg. ville.
Porto Rico-Bernard S. Rodey, San Georgia-(N. D.) W. T. Newman, At- Juan. lanta; (S. D.) Emory Speer, Macon.
Rhode Island-A. L. Brown, Providence.
South Carolina--William H. Brawley,
Supreme Court, D. O. Charleston.
Chief Justice-Harry M. Clabaugh, South Dakota J. E. Carland, Sioux Maryland. Associate Justices Job BarFalls.
nard, D. C.; T. H. Anderson, Ohio; AshTennessee-(E. and M. D.) Charles D. ley M. Gould, Maryland; Wendell F. StafClark. Chattanooga; (W. Ď.) John E. ford, Vermont; Daniel Thew Wright, McCall, Memphis.
Ohio. Annual salary, $6,000. Texas-(N. D.) Edward R. Meek, Fort
United States Court for China. Worth; (s. D.) Waller T. Burns, Houston; (E. D.) David E. Bryant, Sherman; (W.
Judge-Lebbeus R. Wilfley, Missouri,
$8,000; District Attorney, Arthur Bassett, D.) Thomas S. Maxey, Austin.
Missouri, $4,000; Marshal, Hubert Utah-John A. Marshall, Salt Lake City.
O'Brien, Michigan, $3,000.
U. S. District Attorneys.
(Salaries range from $3,000 to $10,000, Lynchburg.
according to relative importance of posts.) D.). Cornelius Washington-(W.
H. Alabama-(N. D.) Oliver D. Street, Hanford, Seattle; (E. D.) Edward whit- Birmingham; (M. D.) Erastus J. Parsons, son, Spokane.
Montgomery; (s. D.) William H. Arm
brecht, Mobile. West Virginia--(N. D.) Alston G. Dayton, Philippi; (S. D.) Benjamin F. Keller,
Alaska--First District, John J. Boyce,
Juneau; Second, Henry M. Hoyt, Nome; Bramwell.
Wisconsin-(E. D.) Joseph V. Quarles, Third, N. V. Harlan, Fairbanks. Milwaukee; (W. D.) Arthur L. Sanborn,
Arizona-J. L. B. Alexander, Tucson.
Arkansas (E. D.) W. G. Whipple, Little Madison. Wyoming-John A. Riner, Cheyenne.
Rock; (W. D.) J. K. Barnes, Fort Smith.
California-(N. D.) Robert T. Devlin, United States Judges in Territories and San Francisco; (s. D.) Oscar Lawler, Los Federal District,
Colorado-Earl M. Cranston, Denver. Alaska-First Division, Royal A. Gun
Connecticut-F. H. Parker, Hartford, nison, Juneau; Second Division, Alfred 8.
Delaware-John P. Nields, Wilmington. Moore, Nome; Third Division, Silas H.
District of Columbia-Daniel W. Baker, Reid, Eagle City. Annual salary, $5,000.
Washington. Arizona-Chief Justice, Edward Kent, Florida--(N. D.) William B. Sheppard, Phænix. Associate Justices-Fletcher M.
Pensacola; S. D.) John M. Cheney, JackDoan, Tombstone; R. E. Sloan, Prescott; sonville. John H. Campbell, Tucson; Frederick S. Georgia--(N. D.) Farish C. Tate, AtNave, Solomonville. Annual salary $3,000. lanta; (S. D.) Marion Erwin, Macon.
Hawail-Supreme Court-Chief Justice, Hawaii-Robert W. Breckens, Honolulu. Alfred S. Hartwell. Associate Justices- Idaho-Norman M. Ruick, Boise. Arthur A. Wilder and Sidney M. Ballou, Illinois-(N. D.) Edwin W. Sims, ChicaHonolulu. Annual salary of Chief Justice, go; (E. D.) William E. Trautmann, Dan$5,500; of Associates, $5,000. Circuit ville; (S. D.) William A. Northcott, Judges-First Circuit, John T. De Bolt, Springfield. Alex. Lindsay, jr., and W. J. Robinson, Indiana--J. B. Kealing, Indianapolis. Honolulu; Second Circuit, A. N. Kepoikai, Iowa-(N. D.) Frederick F. Faville. (S. Walluku; Third Circuit, John T. Mat- D.) M. L. Temple. thewman, Kailua; Fourth Circuit, Charles Kansas-Henry J. Bone, Topeka. F. Parsons. Hilo; Fifth Circuit, J. Hardy, Kentucky-(E, D.) J. H. Tinsley, CovLihue. Annual salary, $3,000.
ington; (W. D.) George Du Relle, LouisNew Mexico-Chief Justice, W. J. Mills,
ville. Las Vegas. Associate Justices-J. R. Mc- Louisiana-(E. D.) Rufus E. Foster, Fie, Santa Fé; F. W. Parker, Las Cruces;
New Orleans; (W. D.) M. C. Elstner, W. H. Pope, Roswell; Edward A, Mann, Shreveport. Alamogordo; Ira A. Abbott, Albuquerque. Maine-Robert T. Whitehouse, Portland. Annual salary, $3,000.
Maryland-John C. Rose, Baltimore. Porto Rico-Chief Justice, José Severo
Massachusetts-Asa P. French, Boston. Quinones, San Juan. Associate Justices
ED.) Frank H. Adolph Grant Wolf, San Juan; José C. Detroit; (w. D.) G. G. Covell, Grand Hernandez, José M. Figueras and James
Rapids. H. McLeary, San Juan. Annual salary of
Minnesota-Charles C. Houpt, St. Paul. Chief Justice, $5,000; of Associate Jus
Mississippi-(N. D.) William D. Frazee, tices, $4,500.
Oxford; (S. D.) Robert C. Lee, Jackson.
Missouri-(E. D.) Henry W. Blodgett, United States Court of Claims.
St. Louis; (W. D.) A. S. Van ValkenChief Justice--Stanton J. Peelle, Indiana. burgh, Kansas City. Associate Justices—C. B. Howry, Missis- Montana-Carl Rasch, Helena. sippi; Fenton W. Booth, Illinois; George Nebraska--Charleg A, Goss, Omaha. W. Atkinson, West Virginia; Samuel S. Nevada-Samuel Platt, Carson City. Barney, Wisconsin. Annual salary of New Hampshire-Charles W. Hoitt, Chief Justice, $6,500; of Associate Jus- Concord. tices, $6,000.
New Jersey-J. B. Vreeland, Newark. Court of Appeals, D. O.
New Mexico-David J. Leahy, Santa
Fe. Chief Justice-Seth Shepard, D. C. As
New York-(N. D.) G. B. Curtiss, Bingsociate Justices-Charles H. Robb, Ver- hamton; (S. D.) H. L. Stimson, New mont; Josiah A. Van Orsdel, Wyoming. York City; (E. D.), William J. Youngs, Annual salary of Chief Justice, $7,500; of Brooklyn; (W. D.) Lyman M.
Bass, Associates, $7,000.
North Carolina-(E. D.) Harry Skinner, Kentucky-(E. D.) Stephen G. Sharp, Raleigh; (W. D.) A. E. Holton, Winston. Covington; (W. D.) George W. Long,
North Dakota-P. H. Rourke, Fargo. Louisville,
Ohio—(N. D.) John J. Sullivan, Cleve- Louisiana--(E. D.) Victor Loisel, New land; (S. D.) Sherman T. McPherson, Orleans; (W. D.) C. C. Duson, ShreveCincinnati.
port. Oklahoma-(E. D.) William J. Gregg, Maine-Henry W. Mayo, Portland. Tulsa; (W. D.) John Embry, Guthrie.
Maryland-John F. Langhammer, BaltiOregon
Pennsylvania--(E. D.) J. Whittaker Massachusetts Charles K. Darling, Thompson, Philadelphia; (M. D.) Charles Boston. B. Witmer, Harrisburg; (W. D.) John W. Michigan-(E. D.) Milo D. Campbell, Dunkle, Pittsburg.
Detroit; (W. D.) Frank W. Wait, Grand Porto Rico J. R. F. Savage, San Juan. Rapids. Rhode Island-C. A. Wilson, Providence. Minnesota-William H. Grimshaw, St.
South Carolina-Ernest F. Cochran, Paul. Charleston.
Mississippi-(N. D.) James A. Toler, South Dakota-J. D. Elliott, Sioux Falls. Oxford (S. D.) Edgar S. Wilson, Jackson.
Tennessee-(E. D.) J. R. Penland, Knox- Missouri-(E. D.) William L. Morsey, ville; (M. D.) A. M. Tillman, Nashville; St. Louis; (W. D.) Edwin R. Durham, (W. D.) George Randolph, Memphis.
Kansas City. Texas-(N. D.) W. H. Atwell, Dallas; Montana-A. W. Merrifield, Helena. (S. D.) M. C. McLemore, Galveston; (E. Nebraska-William P. Warner, Omaha. D.) James W. Ownby, Paris; (W. D.) Nevada-Robert Grimmon, Carson City. Charles A. Boynton, Waco.
New Hanipshire-Eugene P. Nute, ConUtah-Hiram E. Booth, Salt Lake City. cord.
Vermont-Alexander Dunnett, St. Johns- New Jersey-Thomas J. Alcott, Trenton bury.
New Mexico-Creighton M. Foraker, AlVirginia–(E. D.) Lunsford L. Lewis, buquerque. Richmond; (W. D.) T. L. Moore, Roanoke. New York-(N. D.) Clinton D. Mac
Wash gton--(W. D.) Elmer Ely d, Dougall, Auburn; D.) William Henkel, Seattle; (E. D.) A. George Avery, Spokane. New York City;
D.) Charles J. West Virginia-(N, D.) Reese Blizzard, Haubert, Brooklyn; (W. D.) William R. Parkersburg; (S. D.) Elliott Northcott, Compton, Elmira. Huntington,
North Carolina-(E. D.) Claudius DockWisconsin-(E. D.) Henry K. Butter- ery, Raleigh; James M. Millikan, Greensfield, Milwaukee; (W. D.) William G.
boro. Wheeler, Madison.
North Dakota-James F. Shea, Fargo. Wyoming-Timothy F. Burke, Chey- Ohio-(N. D.) Frank M. Chandler,
Cleveland; (S. D.) Eugene L. Lewis, cinUnited States Marshals.
cinnati. (Salaries range from $2,000 to $5,000,
Oklahoma-(E. D.) Grosvenor A. Porter, according relative importance of
Ardmore; (W. D.) John R. Abernathy,
Anadarko. posts.) Alabama--(N. D.) Pope M.
Oregon-Charles J. Reed, Portland. Birmingham; (M. D.) James H. Judkins,
Pennsylvania--(E. D.) John B. RobinMontgomery; (s. D.) Gilbert B. Deans,
son, Philadelphia; (M. D.) Charles B. WitMobile.
mer, Scranton; (W. D.) Stephen P. Stone, Alaska-(First Division), James M.
Pittsburg. Shoup, Juneau; (Second Division) Thomas
Porto Rico-H. S. Hubbard, San Juan. C. Powell, Nome; (Third Division) George
Rhode Island-Daniel R. Ballou, ProviG. Perry, Fairbanks,
dence, Arizona-Benjamin F. Daniels, Tucson.
South Carolina--J. Duncan Adams, Arkansas-(E. D.) Harmon L. Remmel,
South Dakota--Seth Little Rock; (W. D.) John Frank Mayes,
Bullock, Sioux Fort Smith.
Falls. California--(N. D.) Charles T. Elliott,
Tennessee-(E. D.) William A. Dunlap, San Francisco; (S. D.) Leo V.' Young
Knoxville: (M. D.) John W. Overall, Nashworth, Los Angeles.
ville; (W. D.) Frank S. Elgin, MemColorado Dewey C. Bailey, Denver.
phis. Connecticut-Edson S. Bishop, Hartford.
Texas-(N. D.) George H. Green; DalDelaware-William R. Flinn, Wilming
las; (s. 2.). C. G. Brewster, Galveston; ton.
(E. D.) Andrew J. Houston, Paris; (W. District of Columbia-Aulick Palmer, D.) Eugene Nolte, San Antonio. Washington.
Utah-William Spry, Salt Lake City, Florida-(N. D.) Thomas F. McGourin, Vermont-Horace Ward Bailey, RutPensacola; (s. D.) John F. Horr, Jackson- land. ville.
Virginia-(E. D.) Morgan Treat, RichGeorgla-(N. D.) Walter H. Johnson, At- mond; (W. D.) S. Brown Allen, Harrisonlanta; (s. D.) George F. White, Macon. burg. Hawaii-E. R. Hendry, Honolulu.
Washington-W. D.) Charles B. HopIdaho-Ruel Rounds, Boisé.
kins, Tacoma; (E. D.) George H. Baker, Illinois-(N. D.) Luman T. Hoy, Chi- Spokane. cago; (E, D.) Charles P. Hitch, Danville; West Virginia-(N. D.) Charles D. El(S. D.) Leon A. Townsend, Springfield. liott, Parkersburg; (S.D.) Frank H.
Indiana-Henry C. Pettit, Indianapolis. Tyree, Huntington.
Iowa-(N. D.) Edward Knott, Dubuque; Wisconsin--(E. D.) Harry A. Wiel, (S. D.) Frank B. Clark, Des Moines. Milwaukee; (W. D.) Charles Lewiston,
Kansas-William H. Mackey, jr., To- Madison. peka.
Wyoming-Louis G. Davis, Cheyenne.