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DIRECTORY 



OF NAMES. PENNANT NUMBERS AND ADDRESSES 
OF ALL MEMBERS OF THE 



Ship Masters' Association 

of the Great Lakes — 



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Also a List of Vessels of the Great 
Lakes, American and Canadian, with 
Nsones and Addresses of Owners. 

Other Information of a Miscellaneous 

Nature of Interest in Shipping Circles 

on the Great Lakes. 



APRIL, 1915 



Copyrighted 1915 
J. A. Holmes. Grand Financial Secretary. 307 Superior Ave. 

CLEVELAND 



THK AMKRICAN PUBLISHKRS COMPANY 
NORWALK. OHIO 



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GRAND PRESIDENT'S FLAG 



25tK Annual Meeting of the Grand Lodge S. M. Associa- 
tion, at the White House, Washington, D. C. 
January 29th, 1915. 



■a, A. C. Smith, C. 
Mcintosh, G. L. 



Grand Lodge Officers 

1915 



Grand President A. C. Smith 

Grand Financial Secretary J. A. Holmes 

Grand Secretary J. A. Holmes 

307 Superior Ave., Cleveland, O., Res. Address 29 Edgehill Rd. Cleve. 

Hts., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Grand Treasurer C. H. Hubbard 

1st Past Grand President Alex. Clark 

2nd Past Grand President C. E. Benham 

3rd Past Grand President Geo. McCullagh 

4th Past Grand President W. E. Rice 

5th Past Grand President Henry Leisk 

6th Past Grand President A. J. McKay 

7th Past Grand President C. H. Hubbard 

Sth Past Grand President J. A. Ward 

9th Past Grand President W. D. Hamilton 

10th Past Grand President H. H. Parsons 

11th Past Grand President J. A. Calbick 

12th Past Grand President W. D. Ames 

13th Past Grand President M. G. Mcintosh 

1 4th Past Grand President John H. McDonald 

15th Past Grand President C. J. Autterson 

16th Past Grand President James G. Herbert 

17th Past Grand President C. T. Bronson 

18th Past Grand President Millard M. Stewart 



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PAST GRAND PRESIDENTS 



I. KCUBARD H. H. PARSONS 



STORM SIGNALS 

As displayed on the Great Lakes at United States Weather Bureau Stations 



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N. E. Btonn. 



S. E. Storzi. 



N. W. Storm. 



S. W. Stoim. 




Information Signals (red or wliite 
pennant) displayed alone have been 
discontinued. 



Harrlcane or very 
Mvere itorm 



EXPLANATION 



Storm Signal. — ^A red flag with a black center indicates that a 
storm of marked violence is expected. 

The pennants displayed with the flags indicate the direction of 
the wind; red, easterly (from northeast to south); white, westerly 
(from southwest to north). The pennant above the flag indicates that 
the wind is expected to blow from the northerly quadrants; below, 
from the southerly quadrants. 

By night, a red light indicates easterly winds, and a white light 
above a red light, westerly winds. 

Hurricane Signal. — Two red flags with black centers displayed 
one above the other, indicate the expected approach of tropical hurri- 
canes, and also of those extremely severe and dangerous storms which 
occasionally move across the lakes and the northern Atlantic coast. 
Hurricane warnings are not displayed at night. 



ASSOCIATION PENNANT 9 

CANADIAN STORM WARNINGS 

Fig. No. 1.— TliiB Hignal Indicates the probabilily of a gale, at flr»t from 
an Easterly direction. 

Fig. No. 2. — Tlita signal indicates the probability of a gale, at llr»t from 
a Westerly direction. 

Fig. No. 3.— This signal Indicates the probability of a heavy gale, at 
flr«t from an Easterly direction. 

Fig. No. 4. — This signal indicates tile probability of a heavy gale, at 
first from a Westerly direction. 

The night signal correspontllng to Nos. 1 and 3 U 
Night signal corresponding to Nos. 2 and 4 ir " " " 
light. 

Note I.— Mariners will be able to obtain further information from Signal 
Agonts, or by consulting the dally forecasts. 

Note II. — Mariners must always bear in tnJnd that the storm signals do 
rily mean that storm will occur at the place where the signal 
I I.... ,^.^^ «„„ 1= „.„„„.^.i "■'her there or within such a dla- 
liable to be caught in it. 
R. F. STUPART, Director. 
Meteorological Office, Toronto." 



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by giving It the 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



The 
Ship Masters' Association 



7/5 Aims and Objects 
Who Are Its Members 



Extracts From Constitution 



Article I — Purposes of the Association 

Sec. 2. The purpose of this Association shall 
be to improve and elevate the characters of its mem- 
bers, to create a brotherly feeling, to visit the sick, 
render necessary assistance in case of death, to pro- 
vide for a beneficiary fund, and to pay the same to 
the family of deceased members, or as may be other- 
wise directed. 



Article V — Membership 

Sec. 1. Every applicant for membership in 
this Association shall hold a master's certificate is- 
sued by the United States or Canadian Government, 
in force at the date of his becoming a member. 
He must also have been actively engaged in sailing 
within a period of two years prior to the date of his 
application for membership. 



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when some member of your crew is going to have an attack 
of rheumatisni while at sea. 


"GiiK. Pill." are also recommended for 




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NAMES AND ADDRESSES 13 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MEMBERS, SHIP MASTERS' 

ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1867 1 Abel, Wm Queen St Pt. Dalhousie, Ont. 

996 6 Ackerman, J. C. ..411 No. Robert St Ludington, Mich. 

1705 1 Acton, Jos. R 22 Lythe Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1916 9 Adams, Jos 136 Clinton St Alpena, Mich. 

2153 14 Aitken, H. J CJourtright, Ont. 

1334 2 Akers, E. C 817 Park St..... Pt Huron, Mioh. 

2179 14 Albinson, C. R Mooretown. Ont 

1116 4 Allen, C. L 4712 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

1038 4 Allen, Sam'l 1403 W. 65th St Cleveland, O. 

1816 4 Allen, M. G 8910 Wade Park Ave Cleveland, O. 

1904 6 Alexander, Algie Kewaunee, Wis. 

2178 14 Alexand-er, Rjobt Mooretown, Ont 

2368 16 Alexander, Wm Nlpigon, Ont 

1948 8 Ames, F. C. Box 138 Algonac, Mich. 

1328 11 Ames, Aug Algonac, Mich. 

1620 4 Ames, G. W 11810 Chesterfield St Cleveland, O. 

307 4 Ames, W. D 15514 Detroit Ave Lakewood, O. 

1783 11 Ames, W. J. Box 268 Algonac, Mich. 

2337 4 Amsbary, W. P.. . .Cleveland-Cliffs Co Cleveland, O. 

1411 7 Anderholt L. P. ..137 Blaine Ave. Detroit M3ch. 

1700 3 Anderson, Alex. A.. 3037 Clifton Ave. ..Chicago, 111. 

1368 4 Anderson, C. A. ..1360 Ethel St Lakewood, O. 

115 2 Anderson, E. B. ..114 Linwood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1513 6 Anderson, Gus ...901 34th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2166 3 Andersen, H. E...19 W. Mlaple St Chicago, 111. 

570 4 Anderson, Jos. ...7108 W. Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

1321 4 Anderson, M 1064 E. 99th St Cleveland, O. 

448 6 Anderson, O. N. ..422 Camp Bldg., Care J. O. Nelson 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

1641 4 Anderson, P. A. ..1356 Bonny View Ave Ijakewood, O. 

1498 3 Anderson, Sig 2208 No. Kimball Ave ..Chdcago, 111. 

1733 10 Anderson, S. V. ..33 State St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1319 3 Anderson, Wm. ..2039 Chase Ave Chicago, 111. 

2170 6 Andilews, Andrew. 1270^ Orchard Place. .Milwaukee, Wis. 

1892 1 Apsey, A. W 45 Harvard PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

1569 7 Archer, A. A 71 Dragon Ave Detroit, Mich. 

253 7 Armstrong, B. ....207 Blaine Ave ». .Detroit, Mich. 



14 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

354 9 Ashley, E. G 207 Chamber of Cam. Bldg. .. Toledo, O. 

671 7 Ashley, W. A Care Brown & Co .Buffalo. N. Y. 

1097 7 Atkinson, 'C. L. . . 178 Hogarth Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2047 11 Atkinson, Geo Algonac, Mioh. 

1701 3 Atkinson, Gus E...1919 N. Lawndale Ave Chicago, III. 

1689 7 Autteraon, Chas...234 Jefferson Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2104 14 Autterson, John ..3l6 Trumble St St. Clair, Mich. 

1953 14 Autterson, J. W...402 Trumble St St. Clair, Mich. 

1454 4 Bailey, F. A Vermilion, O. 

614 9 Bailey, R. N Hicks & Clinton Sts Toledo, O. 

1592 7 Bain, A. J Ill Pelissier St Windsor, Onit. 

1960 8 Baird, John D .Marine City, Mioh. 

1397 7 Baker, Burton S...328 Van Dyke Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

1356 7 Baker, H. W 237 Clairmoimt Place Detroit, Mich. 

1137 7 Balfour, C. C 237 Clairmont Place Detroit, Mich. 

232 6 Ballentine, E. D...1440 6th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1423 4 Banker, G. H 1325 EJast 124th PI Cleveland, O. 

1610 1 Barclay, John 380 Hudson St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1632 7 Barnes, C. E Otter Lake, Mich. 

2120 15 Barreth, M 835 15th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

2293 1 Barry, Fred 523 Elk St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1384 4 Bartel, A. E 214 N. Oanal St. Chicago, 111. 

2290 15 Batten, A. A Box 2 Owen Sound, Ont. 

1903 8 Beall, A. R 1458 E. 110th St.... Cleveland, O. 

2402 17 Beatty, A. W. Box 317 Midland, Ont. 

2345 17 Beatty, Wilbur . . . Box 317 Midland, Ont. 

Beauvais, H. L. ...1294 Seminole Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

Beggs, Thos 1467 Olive wood Ave Lakewood, O. 

Behm, Paul 703 W. Ludington Ave. . Ludington, Mich. 

Bell, G. A. . .) Vermilion, O. 

Benham, C. E 36 Commercial Bk. Bldg. . .Cleveland, O. 

Benham, Chas. A.. 9705 Clifton Blvd Cleveland, O. 

Benham, G. E 9101 Detroit Ave Cleveland, O. 

Benham, W. P. ...Care Hutchinson & Co., Leader- 
News Bldg Cleveland, O. 

Bennett, Chas. D.. .38 Plymouth Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bennett, G. J 1148 Madison St Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bennett, Heniry . . 642 Madison St Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bennett, J. S 246 Fletcher St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Benson, Dan Prairie Depot, O. 

Berentsen, Jacob. . 1010 Oak St Manistee, Mich. 



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NAMES AND ADDRESSES 15 



Pen- 
nant Lodge , Name Address 1^ City 

104 1 Berrbw, J. H Box 37, R. F. D. No. 5 Cullman, Ala. 

1193 7 Bei-trand, Frank ..1176 15th St Detroit, Mich. 

1714 4 Birmingham, Jas. Geneva, O. 

2249 15 Bishop, Joseph ...1520 Eighth Ave. E...Owen Sound, Onit. 

1205 4 Blattner, W. H....2167 East 46th St. Cleveland, O. 

1715 8 Booth, W. H R. F. D. No. 2 Marine City, Mich. 

1427 3 Bough, Chas 121 W. Schuyler St Oswego, N. Y. 

1068 4 Bouille, David 3304 Marvin Ave. Cleveland, O. 

1236 4 Bouille, Pierre 3304 Marvin Ave Cleveland, O. 

2335 12 Bounasea, Albert. .423 E. 6th St Duluth, Minn. 

595 6 Boyce, H. M 631 Superior St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2264 16 Bradden, J. E 57 Empire Ave Port Arthur, Ont. 

1503 2 Bradshaw, J. L. ..1013 Lincoln Ave Pt Huron, Mich. 

1061 7 Brady, T. J. 147 Lathrope Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1387 4 Brant, Aug Central Lake, Mich. 

1605 3 Bright, Wm. T. ...2707 N. Whipple St Chicago, 111. 

2107 14 Brines, Jesse M.. .412 Orchard St St Clair, Mich. 

2150 14 Brines, Samuel ...804 Clinton Ave... St Clair, Mich. 

973 3 Brion, J. W 713 Perry-Payne Bldg Cleveland, O. 

1262 8 Broadbridge, A. T..Solway Lodge Detroit, Mich. 

1727 1 Broderick, Benj. ..565 Foreat Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

2400 3 Broofchyser, G^o...434 St. James Place Chicago, 111. 

1651 1 Brooks, W. H 57 Royal Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

804 2 Brown, C. T Miss N. Brown, 35 The Majestic, 

Washington, D. C. 

1768 2 Brown, Chas. D. . .S. O. Co., Steamer Renown 

WhiUng, Ind. 

1673 7 Brown, Claud D. . .East Main St Geneva, O. 

174 4 Brown, F. H 7004 Franklin Ave Cleveland, O. 

1198 8 BroY^n, Hector ... 368 No. Elizabeth St. . Marine City, Mich. 

1531 14 Brown, Nelson ...R. F. D. No. 4 St Clair, Mich, 

2034 12 Brower, Harry , Two Harbors, Minn. 

1691 6 Brownell, J. A. ...935 Allis St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1083 6 Brownell, Stephen . 517 Fifth Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1542 4 Buchanan, Jas. ...3302 Denison Ave Cleveland, O. 

1584 1 Buckley, J 47 St Johns Place Buffalo, N. Y. 

995 2 Budd, Melvin 349 West 7th St Erie, Pa. 

319 1 Buie, Daniel 433 60th St Englewood, 111. 

2106 14 Burk, Joseph C. ...314 Cass St St Clair, Mich. 

2328 17 Burke, B Church St . Penetanguishene, Ont. 



16 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2319 17 Burke, David Queen Victoria St Midland, Ont. 

2316 17 Burke, E. P Manley S(t Midland, Ont. 

1117 7 Burke, Enos J. . . .415 Wabash Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2314 17 Burke, Fred Box 814 Midland, Ont. 

2305 17 Burke, Roy Penetanguishene, Ont. 

1167 9 Bumham, Geo. H..207 Chamiber of Com Toledo, O. 

1827 7 Burns, Geo. C 298 Field Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1101 2 Burns, Jno 1017 8th St Ft. Huron, Mich. 

1294 1 Bums, Jno. J 288 14th St BufBalo, N. Y. 

1945 1 Bums, James 468 Elk St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1589 4 Bums, T. C 1486 W. 116th St Cleveland, O. 

1177 4 Burr, James 7209 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

2078 8 Burrows, A. W Marine City, Mich. 

1577 4 Burt, Geo. G 2563 Maplewood Ave Toledo, O. 

12 Burtch, P. L New Midland Hotel Duluth, Minn. 

2403 4 Bush, Chas. A 3115 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

227 2 Buzzard, Jno Box 82 Blenheim, Ont. 

1830 7 Byers, J. C 222 Forest Ave Detroit, Midh. 

2365 12 Byers, John F 310 South Main St Cheboygan, Mich. 

2063 3 Byork, O. C ..710 E. Main St... Benton Harbor, Mich. 

2298 14 Oahours, Edward. .517 Vine St St Clair, Mich. 

290 4 Call, Richard 3 Fiske St Ashtabula, O. 

1374 7 Oallam, A. C (. . Amherstboirg, Ont. 

256 3 Cambell, J. M 117 E. 8th St Michigan City, Ind. 

1308 3 Campau, L. A. 358 East 59th St Chicago, 111. 

731 7 Campau, W. H. ...162 Kirby Ave., W Detroit, Mich, 

2171 1 Campbell, Chas. ..91 Meridian St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2057 4 Campbell, Jno Route 3 Mlllington, Mioh. 

2071 11 Campbell, R Box 57, R. P. D. No. l...Algonac, Mich. 

2103 14 Campbell, Robert. .Box 208 Kingsville, Ont 

240115 Canrpbell, T Taylor St Wiarton, Ont 

2094 3 Campbell, Walter.. 10125 Commercial Ave.. So. Chicago, 111. 

1241 2 Canartney, M 715 Franklin Ave Bay City, Mich. 

1961 7 Canmolly, J. T. ...1109 Gillett Ave Port Huron, Mioh. 

1609 2 Carlisle, T. J 1018 Poplar St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

914 4 Carloss, W, S 4715 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

149 3 Carr, Jas 353 South Normal Parkway 

Chicago, 111. 

2397 1 Carr, Jas Tonawanda Fuel Co. . Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1540 7 Carr, Whitney 22 Spmce St Ashtabula, O. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 17 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2307 17 Carson, Wm Box 361 Midland, Ont. 

439 6 Carter, W. J 219 23rd St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1908 6 ClartwTigiht, Peter.. 560 5tli Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1819 6 Cams, Edw 1209 Franklin St Manitowoc, Wis. 

1890 10 Casey, Henry 118 Elizabeth St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1495 2 Cassin, James . .-.. .1334 Lapeer Ave Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2360 16 Oassin, Josue 68 Algoma St Port Artihur, Ont. 

1861 6 Cavanaugh, J. F...309 2nd St Grand Rapids, Mich. 

2028 12 Chamberlain, W. B..516 Bast 7th St Duluth, Minn. 

861 2 Chambers, A. P...829 Prospect PI Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2152 14 Chambers, D. G Courtwright, Ont 

44 4 Chapman, A. C. ...1472 Robin wood Ave Lakewood, O. 

293 4 Chapmaai, C. B. . .360 Washington Ave Lorain, O. 

1845 1 Chilson, W. E. ...150 Woodward St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1125 3 Ohristensen, A. ..753 Farwell Ave ...Milwaukee, Wis. 

2369 4 Christensen, C. ...4208 John Ave Cleveland, O. 

892 6 Christenson, P. . . 815 State St Manitowoc, Wis. 

1355 7 Christie, Chas. ...541 Clinton Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1172 3 Christopher, S. ...1928 N. Richmond St Chicago, 111. 

252 3 Chron, Thos 223 Adams Bay City, Mich. 

1393 1 Clark, J. C Crittenden, N. Y. 

1085 7 Clarke, A. A Care Inland Steel Co. Indiana Harbor, Ind. 

35 1 Clarke, George H..424 Normal Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. 

1844 1 Clarke, J. M 575 Tonawanda St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1508 1 Clarke, W. E 285 14th St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1696 6 Clausson, G. T 571 5tlh Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

,2064 12 Clegg, H. J 405 5th Ave Lorain, O. 

433 4 Cleveland, C. R....3500 Denison Ave Cleveland, O. 

1244 7 Clifford, Alex 878 Fort St E Detroit, Mich. 

370 3 Clow, J. M 1232 Merryman St Marinette, Wis. 

642 3 Cochrane, David ..3530 Ellis Ave Chicago, 111. 

1070 4 Cody, F. B Care J. W. Fetch, Walkerville 

Ont., Can. 

438 4 Colbert, Thos 1440 E. 89th St Cleveland, O. 

116 1 Coleman, J. H. . . .Care Jno. Perew, 317 Chamber of 

Comlmerce Buffalo, N. Y. 

274 4 Collier, W. A 2185 E. 71st St Cleveland, O. 

1563 4 Conkey, C. M 8010 Luella Ave Chicago, 111. 

1949 14 Conldn, T. N 315 Trumble St St Clair, Mich. 

2101 6 Cook, Jacob F 679 Clinton St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1274 6 Cook, J. G 133 Oneida St Milwaukee, Wis. 



18 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1309 9 Cdok, J. W 57 So. Elliott PI Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1599 6 Coon, Geo 441 Cass St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1930 2 Cooper, J. E 2784 Military St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

50 1 Corcoran, Jos 225 E. 3rd St Erie, Pa. 

1977 9 Cornwall, A. W....Gt. Lakes Tow. Co Toledo. O. 

738 4 Cottrell. G. L. 1290 Lakeland Ave Lakewood, O. 

1257 8 Cottrell, J. E Elizabeth St Marine City, Micih. 

2055 1 Coughlin, Michael. 179 O'Connell Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

448 1 Cou^-hlin, Daniel ..563 Perry St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1954 4 Oowie, Andrew . . .1510 Coutant St Lakewood, O. 



1012 2 Cowles, W. J. 

1447 7 Craig, J. C. .. 

1155 4 Craigie, Alex. 

1717 1 Crawford, G. B. 

1874 6 Crawford, J. G. 



. .R. F. D. 1 Blaine, Mich. 

..134 Tyler Ave Highland Park, Mich. 

..1389 West 64th St Cleveland, O. 

..205 Vorhees Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

. .701 W. Ludington Ave 

Ludington, Mich. 

2059 3 Crawford, J. M. ..20 Graves Place Holland, Mich. 

1730 2 Crockett, T. J. ...437 11th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1664 2 Crocker, D. M. ...2708 Gratiot Ave Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1076 7 Crosby, W. J 379 Cavalry Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1445 3 Oullnan, Jno 1909 Newport Ave Chicago, 111. 

2193 11 Cole, Fred S , Algonac; Mich. 

2157 12 Cole, Martin 807 12th Ave. E Duluth, Minn. 

2159 4 Collins, Allen 1528 Northland Ave Lakewood, O. 

2234 15 Cormett, D. F 376 17th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

2233 15 Cormett, W. E 376 17th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

1523 4 Culp, Hamilton ...Box 575 Willoughby, O. 

2292 4 Gulp, John W. R. F. D. 2 Willoughby, O. 

2388 3 Cummings, Geo Saugatuck, Mich. 

1252 9 Cunningham, J. J.. 1727 Ontario St Toledo, O. 

827 1 Cunningiham, J. J.. 59 Ardmore PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

2315 17 Cumingham, W. J. .Hagal Ave Midland, Ont. 

2224 10 Curran, John F. ..66 Patterson St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2240 9 Dasgon, Dennis ... 339 Wabash St Toledo, O. 

1360 7 Dailey, Michael ..252 Brady St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1987 7 Davie, D. W 62 Beals Ave Detroit, Mich. 

121 2 Davis, E. H 717 Division St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1812 1 Davis, Henry J Miami, Florida, 

138* 2 Davis, H. W 703 Ontario St Port Huron, Mich. 

2207 15 Davis, J. F Wiarton, Ont. 

1637 4 Dawley, W. W. ...R. F. D. 1 .Conneaut, O. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 19 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address Oity 

1851 10 Delaney, Geo. J. . .423 East 6th St Erie, Pa. 

2282 4 Deband, W. A. ...1349 Nicholson Ave Lake wood, O. 

2172 1 DeLaney, Wm. F..775 Fount Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1787- 7 De Nike, Lee C .147 Highland Ave.. Highland Park, Mich. 

2003 10 Dessert, W. G 16 Clark St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

983 4 Detlifs, Emil 3788 W. 33rd St Cleveland, O. 

199 3 Disher, Wm 4838 Fulton St Chicago, 111. 

1668 2 Ditzel, H. E 211 South 16th Ave. E....Duluth, Minn. 

2334 12 Ditzel, Edward J... 234 3rd Ave Two Harbors, Minn. 

1492 4 Dixon, A. 3049 W. 30th St Cleveland, O. 

501 6 Doak, J. A 599 Wentworth Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

2058 4 Dodge, W. J 1260 St. Charles St Lakewood, O. 

1554 1 Doohen, J. B 423 Fargo Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

2032 12 Doherty, J. E Str. Mary Scott Ashland, Wis. 

1075 7 Donaghue, E. J. ..520 14th Ave Detroit, Miob. 

1719 1 Donahue, Jos 72 Mont Clair St Buffalo, N. Y. 

215114 Doner, George R...1867 E. 69th St Cleveland, O. 

1672 14 Doner, Jas 411 Adams St St. Clair, Mich. 

1766 14 Doner, T. F 1870 3rd Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1539 6 Dority, F. A 889 Hackett Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1683 7 Dorry, B. B Care Light House Inspector 

New Orleans, La. 

1147 9 Doville, D. F P. O. Box 348, Central Sta. .. Toledo, O. 

1251 9 Doville, Egbert .:.140 University Blvd Toledo, O. 

407 4 Doville, Jos Sodus Pt., N. Y. 

317 1 Drake, A. B 1010 Prudential Bldg Buffalo, N. Y. 

1059 4 Driscoll, J. H 1455 Northland Ave Lakewood, O. 

1670 1 Drury, J. E 161 Dodge St. Buffalo, N. Y. 

2327 17 Dube, Edmond Penetanguishene, Ont. 

1566 6 DuClos, Napoleon .. 935 Newhall St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1095 6 Duddleson, J. W...110 Bingham Av..Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

532 7 Duncanson, D. J... 37 Reed Place Detroit, Mich. 

1739 10 Dunn, C. A 1287 Warren Ave., E Detroit, Mich. 

17 1 Dunn, Jno 723 Elliott St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2002 4 Dunn, P. H 8700 Tompkins Ave Cleveland, O. 

1519 1 Dunn, Thos 252 E. Utica St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2141 4 Dunn, W. R 3843 W. 44th St Cleveland, O. 

1467 9 Dunseith, Jno 820 Lincoln Ave Toledo, O. 

1534 8 Dupiue, F. A Box 218 Marine City, Mich. 

2254 4 Durkee, W. W. . . .30 Hambley Ave Toronto, Ont. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

105 1 Durker, Henry ...4901 W. Van Buren St Chicago, 111. 

1803 4 Dumey, Jno Central Hotel Cleveland, O. 

1127 4 Dyble, Edw 14419 Detroit Ave Lakewood, O. 

2251 12 Dyrness, Ole 1805 Maryland Ave Superior, Wis. 

2257 3 Eaton, R. C 519 Spring St Michigan City, Ind. 

1425 3 Edwards, M. L. ...2758 Osgood St Chicago, 111. 

2194 12 Ege, Gustaf 2322 West 4th St Duluth, Minn. 

2374 12 Ege, Louis 2322 West 4th St Dulud:h, Minn. 

1975 3 Eger, W. W 218 Seeley Ave Chicago, 111. 

1494 4 Ehrhart, J. W 2007 East 2nd St Duluth, Minn. 

2158 12 Elden, Otto J 208 Exchange Bldg ..Duluth, Minn. 

952 4 Eldridge, H. C. ...1296 West 78th St. N. W. .. Cleveland, O. 

899 3 Elliott, A. M 3458 Wrightwood Ave Chicago, 111. 

2048 3 Elliott, C. A 3458 Wrightwood Ave Chicago, 111. 

1363 3 Elliott, Frank 1049 Insurance Exchange, 175 Jack- 
son Blvd Chicago, 111. 

2080 7 Ellis, Claude A Douglas, Mich. 

1483 4 Ellis, F. S 1348 E. 111th St Cleveland, O. 

2154 3 Emersen, S. R 3727 Lyndale Ave < Chicago, 111. 

2084 12 England, E. F 614 Torrey Building Duluth, Minn. 

1219 4 England, R. W. ...1370 West 112th St Cleveland, O. 

272 4 Ennes, C. G 1231 West 117th St Cleveland, O. 

1529 4 Ennes, Everett ...422 Jackson St Sandusky, O. 

2331 3 Emigh, H. W Box 35 Lexington, Mich. 

1989 6 Ericksen, Henry ..1056% 18th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1994 7 Ernest, C. W 923 Trumbull Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2007 1 Ernest, F. H 35 Boyd St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1886 3 Evans, Edw 841 North Sacramento Blvd., Chicago, 111. 

1608 3 Evans, Jno 709 First St St. Joseph, Mich. 

1536 3 Evans, Robert T...1108 Miles Ave St. Joseph, Mich. 

1885 6 Bvanso<n, AmJold. . 1157% Madison - St Milwaukee, Wis. 

373 2 Everett, A Room 6, 300 West So. Water St.... 

Chicago, 111. 

2275 16 Fader, A 304 River St Port Arthur, Ont. 

1361 4 Faragher, Wm. ...1354 Edward St Lakewood, O. 

1838 8 Fehmer, Otto 255 N. Elizabeth St... Marine City, Mich. 

1386 4 Ferguson, J. A. ...106 Marquette Ave Bay City, Mich. 

2340 3 Ferguson, Jas. J... 1548 N. Keeler Ave Chicago, 111. 

629 7 Ferguson, R. E. ..32 Janette Ave Windsor, Ont. 

1041 4 Ferguson, Wm. ...1433 Robin wood Ave Lakewood, O. 

2266 16 Ferguson, W. J. ..233 South John St... Fort William, Ont. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name ^ Address City 

1997 2 Parley, E. J 1016 Erie St Port Huron, Mich. 

347 4 Fick, F. A 1638 East 86tli St Cleveland, O. 

1464 1 Pineg-an, O. P. 22 Gelston St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2069 14 Finnegan, HePl>ert.l05 N. 5th St St. Clair, Mich. 

1974 3 Fischer, Robert ..339 So. Cicero Ave Chicago, 111. 

1446 4 Fitch, E 1562 Cohassett Ave Lakewood, O. 



1457 3 Fitch, Edw. . 

1465 7 Flaherty, Jos. 

971 2 Fleck, Jas. A. 

42 1 Fletcher, Wm. 

451 3 Flood, G. W. 

1227 8 Folsom, F. C. 



609 So. Oak Park Ave Oak Park, 111. 

. . .Marine P. .0 Detroit, Mich. 

...1475 Olive wood Ave Lakewood, O. 

...18 Kenefick Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

...3059 Warren Ave ..Chicago, 111. 

...225 Richton Ave. .. Highland Park, Mich. 

2180 12 Forbes, Arthur ...Gen. Delivery Manitowoc, Was, 

1417 7 Forbes, Alex 71 Hazel wood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1141 7 Forton, F. S 34 Fessenden St Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

1951 2 Poster, Jno 323 Hubbard Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2235 6 Fowler, Ohrista C Montague, Mich. 

1629 2 Fowler, Thos 291 Vermont Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1679 4 Fowlie, Andrew Goderich, Ont. 

612 7 Fox, A. J Foot of 1st St Detroit, Mich. 

1026 4 Fox, Benson 1634 E. 86th St Cleveland, O. 

1815 7 Fox, Chas Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

2030 12 Fox, Henry General Delivery. .Two Harbors, Minn. 

1576 9 Fox, J. C Putin-Bay, O. 

2262 4 Francis, L. J 3215 West 86th St Cleveland, O. 

1970 6 Franklin, W. E. ..1005 State St Traverse City, Mich. 

2329 15 Frewer, G^o. D. ..Mimico Beach Toronto, Ont. 

2279 16 Friday, H 8 Machar Ave Port Arthur, Ont. 

2276 16 Friday, J 285 Park St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2022 2 Frilay, H. W 2056 Military St Pt Huron, Mich. 

2378 4 Full, Peter Vermilion, O. 

200 3 Gallagher, A 604 Garfield Ave Duluth, Minn. 

2074 12 Gallagher, B. J.... 1322 Ludington St Escanaba, Mich. 

2100 12 Gallagher, J. H.... 10644 Waldon Parkway Chicago, 111. 

2215 6 Gallagher, L. A.... 2408 Elm St ....Milwaukee, Wis. 

986 3 Gallino, A. P 416 Jay St i /St Clair, Mich. 

1771 11 Galton, F. D Algonac. Mich. 

2019 11 Galton, J. W. Algonac, Mich. 

1911 10 Gamash, Fred 36 Patterson St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2371 4 Gardner, Chas. B..2044 Warren Rd Lakewood, O. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2336 12 Garner, Alfred D... Zenith Furnace Co Duluth, Minn. 

2366 16 Garriock, James ..222 Angus St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2285 16 Garriock, W 222 Angus St Port Arthur, Ont. 

1552 6 Garrity, Thos 935 Newhall St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1585 7 Gatfield, E. D , Grosse Isle, Mich. 

1653 1 Gebhard, P. R. ...1308 Michigan St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1684 2 G^el, Guy G Care Commercial Bank 

Port Huron, Mich. 

2265 16 GeM, H. L 283 College St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2342 3 Gellich, B. J 1029 Wlebster St. .. Traverse City, Mich. 

2310 17 German, Frank ...Box 951 Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

1723 1 Gibson, Jas 290 Connecticut St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1060 1 Gdbson, Jas. R. ...692 Prospect Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

2393 12 Gibson, Norman... 86 Grand St; Buffalo, N. Y. 

831 9 Gillespie, I. G Box 566 Pt. Clinton, O. 

1600 7 Girardin, D. C, Jr.. 1438 14th Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1595 4 Girardin, W. L. ...1432 Westwood Ave Lakewood, O. 

1920 7 Gleason, J. F 702 Lincoln Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2117 4 Glenn, Alex 2325 East 100th St Cleveland, 0. 

2037 12 Glenn, M. E 4106 West 4th St Duluth, Minn. 

2025 12 Glockle, M. B Gen. Delivery Paraiso, Canal Zone 

2399 10 Gooden, Frank ...119 Lafayette St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1054 7 Goodrow, Frank.. .475 Cadillac Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1403 4 Goodwin, J. F. ....2066 W. 87th St Cleveland, O. 

1526 7 Gordon, D. G 504 Chamber of Commerce, Care C. 

A. Chamberlin Detroit, Mich. 

2354 17 Gould, C. E Mary St Midland, Ont. 

1493 4 Gould, F. E 1591 E. 86th St Cleveland, O. 

770 1 Graham, Geo 433 Prospect Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1314 1 Grant, C. J 805 Main St Conneaut, O. 

1779 11 Grant, Theo Box 78 Algonac, Mich. 

1588 4 Grashaw, W 2360 E. 89th St Cleveland, O. 

120 1 Grasser, Geo. L. ..Nueva Gerona Isle of Pines, Cuba 

1568 3 Green, Arnold 3231 Potomac Ave Chicago, 111. 

2042 12 Green, Chas. H. ..1515 E. 4th St Duluth, Minn. 

1016 1 Green, J. D 955 West Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

2049 1 Green, Jos. M 529 Woodlawn Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

2114 12 Green, Peter Box 74 Mlanistique, Mich. 

1150 14 Greening, Wm. ...822 Arch St Ann Arbor, Mich. 

2122 6 Grimm, Otto C. ...566% 7th Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

2221 12 Gunderson, G 607 Johnston St.. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1596 4 Gustafson, Peter ..2237 Carnegie Ave Cleveland, O. 

1786 7 Hackett, T. H 477 4th Ave Detroit, Mich. 

786 8 Haigian, Wm 336 Union St Marine City, Mieh. 

1204 4 Hahn, Chas. P. ...Box 46 Vermilion, O. 

170 1 Hall, Jno. B 133 Lafayette St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1153 3 Hamilton, W. D...2341 S. Lincoln St Chicago, 111. 

2110 14 Hamilton, Wm. L..S. 2nd St St. Clair, Mich. 

1197 4 Hand, A. S 533 Harbor St Conneaut, O. 

1754 1 Hanley, C. C 371 Falconer St...N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1140 1 Hansen, A. C 2528 Main St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2004 3 Hansen, Hans ...3216 N. Richmond St Chicago, 111. 

2085 12 Hansen, Hans C...3819 West 4th St Duluth, Minn. 

1612 7 Hansen, J. T 1900 Scotten Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1140 3 Hanson, Awdrew. . 3252 Pierce Ave Chicago, 111. 

1304 9 Harlow, F. T 1577 W. 29th St Cleveland, O. 

653 9 Harlow, W. J Mitchell & Co .Ceveland, O. 

641 2 Harper, Geo 1509 Mlarquette Ave., W. Bay City, Mich. 

2348 1 Harrison, Wood ..49 Spruce St Buffalo, N. Y. 

388 2 Harrow, W. B 1049 Warren Ave. W Detroit, Mich. 

155 7 Hart, Fred C 257 Forest Ave., West Detroit, Mich. 

2105 14 Hartman, A 921 E. 105th St Cleveland, O. 

1187 1 Hartman, Jno. J. ..36 Lafayette Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

506 4 Hawgood, A. H. ..220 Perry-Payne Bldg .Cleveland, O. 

2404 2 Hayes, John E 202 Glen wood Ave. . . Port Huron, Mich. 

1159 1 Hayes, W. J 235 Broad St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1884 6 Hays, Jno. C General Delivery Menominee, Mich. 

1924 14 Hayward, E. H. . .R. F. D. 2 St. Clair, Mich. 

1834 14 Hayward, Geo. ...76 Walnut St Ashtabula, O. 

2242 1 Healy, James J. ..2203 Seneca St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1811 1 Heaney, Jno. C. ..47 Barry PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

1106 4 Heaton, C. H 1426 West 107th St Cleveland, O. 

2252 12 Hector, Fred 1017 East 3rd St Duluth, Minn. 

1728 1 Hefferman, Jas. ..68 Seymour St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1760 1 Hefferman, T. N...39 Grove St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1773 11 Hemenger, F. R Algonac, Mich. 

1502 2 Hendricks, Edw. ..578 Townsend Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1527 6 Hendricksien, O Milwaukee Tug Boat Office 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2140 8 Henry, A. W Box 42 Marine City, Mich. 

1963 1 Heppner, Phillip ..376 Adams St Tonawanda. N. Y. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address ^ City 

1029 1 Herbert, Fred ....Care Lighthouse Inspector. Buffalo, N. Y. 

1497 1 Herbert, J. G Care John Perew, 317 Chamber of 

Commerce Buffalo, N. Y. 

1136 4 Hergenrother, J. ..3266 W. 82nd St Cleveland, O. 

826 9 Herrtck, T. C. ....3368 Cherry St Toledo, O. 

1721 8 Hetiherington, N.M.341 Main St Marine City, Mich. 

1359 3 Higgie, J. F 136 S. Waller Ave... Austin, 111. 

362 3 Higglns, Thos. J... 302 N. Lockwood, Austin Sta. 

' Chiclago, 111. 

1421 8 Hill, Fred C Marine City, Mich. 

2318 17 Hill, Ira D Midland, Ont. 

2381 3 milstrand, H 2200 North 5th Ave Chicago, 111. 

391 4 Hinslea, C. H 2836 Franklin Ave ...Cleveland, O. 

1184 4 Hlinslea* Henry ..1522 Robinwood Ave Lakewood, O. 

1004 4 Hoag, W. S 1940 W. 74th St Cleveland, O. 

881 7 Hoffman, Frank ..218 Vlnewood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

22 1 Hogg, G. L 4169 S. Halsted St Chicago, 111. 

2206 15 Hogue, Archie R. R. No. 7 Owen Sound, Ont. 

666 7 Holbrook, T. H. . ..291 Whitney Ave Detroit, Mioh. 

1553 4 Holdridge, Geo. ..R. F. D. No. 3 Geneva, O. 

1820 14 HoUingshead, J Vemalas, Cal. 

1946 9 Holman, Henoy . .2112 Chase St Toledo, O. 

1756 1 Holmberg, H 217 Auburn Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1887 4 Holmes, A. W. ...10403 Euclid Ave., S. 1. . .Cleveland, O. 

269 4 Holmes, J. A 307 Superior Ave Cleveland, O. 

2184 6 Holt, Carl A Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 

1602 7 Holt, Jas. G 205 Old Custom House. . .Detroit, Mioh. 

1832 7 Honner, G. W 471 Delaware Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

160 4 Hoover, N. E 9715 Madison Ave. N. W. . Cleveland, O. 

1707 7 Hormig, W. F 71 Highland Ave. .. Highland Park, Mich. 

1547 7 Hosner, V. L Romeo, Mich. 

1018 3 Howard, Martin ..4754 Union Ave Chicago, 111. 

1091 1 Howe, A. B 226 Gettysburg Ave Dayton, O. 

1878 6 Hoxie, A. K 511 N. Charles St Ludington, Mich. 

2041 12 Hoy, W. E 212 W. Superior St Duluth, Minn. 

572 3 Hubbard, C. H, . . .Care Light House Insi>ector 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2320 17 Hudson, A. A. Box 299 Midland, Ont. 

232117 Hudson, J. H. . , . .Box 335 Midland, Ont 

1555 2 Hughes, H. S 191 Vandervoort St 

No. Tonawanda, N. Y. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2116 4 Hughes, Joseph ..727 East 12ath St Cleveland, O. 

264 4 Humphrey, W. H...558 E. 102nd St.: Cleveland, O. 

1017 4 Hunt, W. J 1528 Ijauderdale Ave., .i. .Lakewood, O. 

1851 7 Kuntoon, Fred A...12i;^ Lawton St Detroit, Mich. 

893 7 Hursley, J 126 Park PI Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

987 7 Hutohdns, F. C S. Rockwood, Mich. 

2082 1 Hutchins, H. J. ...93 Elk St BufBalo, N. Y. 

528 7 Hutton, Jno. T. ...69 McLean Ave. .. Highland Park, Mich. 

1443 7 Her, W. C 212 24th St Detroit, Mich. 

1035 4 Ingraham, F. E. ..221 S. 5th St Alhambna, Cal. 

15 7 Ivers, J. H 363 Commonwealth Ave. .. Detroit, Mich. 

1479 11 Jackson, R. C Box 135 Algonac, Mich* 

1208 3 Jacobson, J. E. ...4706 Grand Ave., W Duluth, Minn. 

1909 3 Jaenke, Herman ..10436 Avenue M Chicago, 111. 

1852 7 Jagenow, Wm 922 Mt. Elliott Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2241 2 Jamison, A. W 1115 Elmwood St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

481 6 Jamieson, Wm, ...357 3rd Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

2014 1 Jansen, J. C i25 Mesmer Ave Buffialo, N. Yi 

359 3 Jenks, Jno .5735 Normal Blvd Chicago, 111. 

1906 6 Jenkyn, Alex 176 Bridge St Ashtabula, O. 

2149 14 Jerome, W. R 230 9th St St. Clair, Mich. 

2317 17 Jew«ll, W. J Dominion St Midland, Ont. 

1131 9 Jex, H. N 1749 Summit St Toledo, O. 

2287 12 Johns, J. F Grand Marais, Minn. 

1081 7 Johnson, Alex 1009 9th St Bay City, Mich. 

1976 1 Johnson, Alfred . . 66 Eugeoe St Kenmore, N. Y. 

1603 3 Johnson, Carl 3417 Palmer St Chicago, 111. 

2061 3 Johnson, Geo. E...512 5th Ave Traverse City, Mich. 

2044 12 Johnson, Henry ..470 W. 7th St Superior, Wis. 

394 1 Johnson, Jno Frontier Engine Works, Foot Illinois 

St BufBalo, N. Y. 

1394 4 Johnson, Martin ..10122 Olivet Ave. N. E Cleveland, O. 

1604 3 Johnson, Martin ..102 N. Ashland Ave LaGrange, 111. 

2212 6 Johnson, Oscar ...614 Cushman St... Marinette, Wis. 

2291 4 Johnson, Roy E. ..765 Central Ave Cleveland, O. 

148111 Johnson, Wm, H...666 Pennsylvania Ave Detroit, Mioh. 

1014 2 Johnston, Edw. ...R. F. D. 2, Box 266 ...Geneva, O. 

1793 2 Johnston, Jas 10604 Cedar Ave Cleveland, O. 

1330 4 Johnston, J. M. ...1579 Bonnie View Ave Ijakewood, O. 

1767 2 Johnston^ Martin.. 2120 8th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1020 4 Jollie, Richard Jefferson, O. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2024 12 Jones, A. M 1001 Torrey Bldg Duluth, Minn. 

1988 7 Jones, C. A. Canet Colony, 

Minas, Cuba, Province of Camaguey 

1451 3 Jones, Harry 122 Woodside Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1115 4 Jones, Jno. F 5806 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

1534 6 Jones, Warren ....Milwaukee Tug Line .. Milwaukee, Wis. 

1798 7 Judson, H. W 229 Rosedale Ct - Detiroit, Mich. 

865 7 July, Edw. F 1515 Rosemont Ave Chicago, 111. 

2247 4 Kane, R. L 1728 London Rd Duluth, Minn. 

1690 6 Kearns, Chas. J.... 791 33rd St / Milwaukee, Wis. 

1122 7 Kearns, Joseph ...139 Oak St Wyandotte, Mich. 

1442 4 Keller, A. B 13935 Euclid Ave East Cleveland, O. 

1578 1 Kelley, A 51 Kenefick Ave .Buffalo, N. Y. 

1237 4 Kelley, H. T 1068 East 99tih St Cleveland, O. 

1240 2 Kelley, Jas. W. ...2021 7th St .Pt Huron, Mich. 

1772 11 Kendall, Dou^-las . . 963 W. 4th St Erie, Pa. 

1606 8 Kendall, Geo, B Algonac, Mioh. 

89 2 Kendall, H. J Box 32 Marysville, Mich. 

1625 7 Kennedy, Jas 703 Whitney Bldg Detroit, Mich. 

2395 1 Kennedy, John ...456 Massachusetts Ave. .. Buffalo, N. Y. 

2380 4 Kentosh, M. J High St Fairport Harbor, O. 

1776 11 Ken worthy, S Box 212 Algonac, Mich. 

1915 14 Kenyon, Wm. S. . .R. F. D. 4 St. Clair, Mich. 

1650 1 Kerr, Harry 117 S. Division St... Buffalo, N. Y. 

1863 10 Kiah, Jr., Daivld ..94 Green St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2255 6 Kiel, Wm. T 718 Oregon St .Oshkosh, Wis. 

1746 10 Kinch, Geo. H. ...85 New York Ave Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1229 8 Kinyon, S. D 128 Bridge St Marine City, Mich. 

1266 9 Kirker, Fred 9424 Budlomg Ave Los Angeles, CaJ. 

1785 7 Klinger, Geo. M. ..1079 Van Dyke Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1388 1 Klock, E. M Three Mile Bay, N. Y. 

1661 2 Kniapp, R. H 2313 Elk St Pt Huron, Mich. 

1687 1 Koch, Robt 451 Dodge St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1437 3 Kohnert, J. E. ...117 E. 36th Place Chicago, 111. 

1998 2 Krenkel, Chas. ...2035 8th St Pt Huron, Mich. 

2226 6 Kruwell, W. E. H..1252 2nd St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1243 8 Kuhn, John Pearl & Main Sts... Marine City, Mich. 

2091 8 Daffrey, Delos ( Marine City, Mich. 

1879 6 LaFleur, W. H. ...302 N. Robert St Ludington, Mich. 

557 2 Laf ramboise, J Amherstburg, Ont. 

1010 4 Laf ramboise, J. ...5647 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, Cal. 



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NAMES AND ADDRESSES 27 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2352 10 Lago, Thomas ....155 Green St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2322 17 Lakdng, A. E Box 143 Midland, Ont. 

810 4 Dalonde, Anthony. . 1766 Fulton Rd Cleveland, O. 

2136 9 Lamb, Harry 1315 Mason St Toledo, O. 

1381 3 Xjamoreaaix, Jos 6724 Champlain Ave ..Chicago, 111. 

960 4 Lampoh, Jos 14304 Detroit St Lakewood, O. 

1295 4 Ijandfair, B 1438 W. 77th St Cleveland, O. 

1617 3 Lang, Julius *^229 Eastwood Ave Chicago, 111. 

2000 8 Langell, L. P Cor. Pearl & Elizabeth Sts 

Marine City, Mich. 

2213 8 Langell, Thomas . .R. F. D. No. 1 Marine City, Mich. 

2301 10 Larosee, Hector . . S. S. Omaha, Canal Off., Cornwall, Ont. 

2211 6 Larsen, J. L 215 Hosmer St Marinette, Wis. 

2111 1 Larson, John A. ..S3 East Seneca St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1765 6 Larson, N. L 552 29th Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1206 6 Larson, P. 3528 W. Belden Ave Chicago, 111. 

2146 7 Loughin, G. F 1557 W. Grand Blvd Detroit, Mioh. 

2375 12 LaVaque, J. C 429 East Second St Duluth, Minn. 

2012 1 Lavell, Nels 94 Harriet St ..Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1967 8 Lavely, L. J Marine City, Mich. 

231117 Lavigne, Wm. A. ..Box 647 Midland, Ont. 

2299 14 Lawrence, Earl J East China, Mlclu 

2248 15 Leaney, Harry 1568 3rd Ave.. .East Owen Sound, Ont 

1352 4 Leclde, Fred 1020 Rockefeller Bjdg Cleveland, O. 

1678 6 Lee, I. M 322 Neva PI Los Angeles, Cal. 

2323 17 Legree, Joseph ...Manly St Midland, Ont. 

498 6 Leisk, Jno 730 Wilson St Milwaukee, Wis. 

500 6 Leisk, Henry 16 Kenwood Ave Wauwatosa, Wis. 

2260 6 Leisk, Henry A. ..683 Murray Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1285 3 Leith, Alex 2100 N. Albany Ave Chicago, 111. 

1996 3 Leith, W. R 2100 N. Albany Ave Chicago, 111. 

1688 7 Leonard, R. M New Baltimore, Mioh. 

1734 10 Leonard, M. A. ...416 Ford St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2342 4 Leroy, T. G. 8811 Detroit Avcj Cleveland, O. 

2300 4 Levis, George 1329 West 87th St Cleveland, O. 

218112 Lewis, Frank Dundee, Mioh. 

1424 4 Light, F. W ,.. Perry, p. 

1901 7 Lightbody, J 164 Holbrook Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2005 3 Ldndale, T. T 4904 Byron St Chicago, 111. 

2183 14 Linton, Walter E Mooretown, Ont. 

1774 11 Little, Nelson T Algonac, Mich. 



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V 

Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2195 7 Littlejohn, Wm. ..1265 Iroquois Ave Detroit, Mich. 

750 7 Livingstone, W., Jr. 2217 Dime Savings Bank Bldg. 

Detroit, Mich. 

2038 12 Lloyd, W. S 1001 Torrey Bldg Duluth, Minn. 

2336 8 Lockhart, Asa 544 Wood worth Ave.. Marine City, Mich. 

1079 9 Lockhart, D. O Box 739 River Rouge, Mich. 

283 3 Loftus, H. F Walworth, Wis. 

1789 4 Logan, J. A 4008 Archwood Ave Cleveland, O. 

603 7 Lohr, Edw Caseville, M/ich. 

1559 9 Lohr, J. M. Marine City, Mich. 

2243 2 Lott, E. 360 Wellington St Sarnia, Ont. 

1800 10 Loveless, Fred ...28 Pickering St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

182 4 Lowe, J 1426 Mars Ave Lakewood, O. 

164 4 Lowe, J. B 1783 W. 48th St Cleveland. O. 

1836 14 Lowes, Jos. H. ...210 Adams St St. Clair, Mich. 

1809 1 Lucas, W. J 50 Greenwood PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

1644 7 Ludiington, Lewis.. 212 Forest. St., W Detroit, Mich. 

2173 12 Lyons, G. A 605 Kimball St...Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

1487 9 Lyons, J. B 1334 6th St Lorain, O. 

197 4 Lyons, R. J 1111 W. Erie Ave Lorain, O. 

1490 11 Lyons, S. A 917 E. Ann St Ann Arbor, Mich. 

2224 4 McAlpine, Hugh ..1794 W. 47th St Cleveland. O. 

972 7 McAlpin, Jno 142 14th Ave Detroit, Mich. 

78 2 McArthur, Jno. . . . Box 162, Care S. A. Staton 

Sacramento, Cal. 

875 7 McCallum, H. C. ..1315 Military St Port Huron, Mich. 

300 3 M.cOambridge, T-. . 306 2nd St Grand Haven, Mich. 

1199 8 MicCann, S. B 201 Market St Marine City, Mich. 

2201 18 McCannel, J Port McNicoll, Ont. 

1112 7 McCarthy, D 45 Dunster Road. .Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

1631 7 McCarthy, Jno. . . .Box 11 Sandwich, Ont. 

2379 7 McCarthy, J. P 60S Cass Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2372 4 McCarthy, Patrick. 1575 Northland Ave Lakewood, O. 

1833 6 McCauley, .Chas. .408 Norris St Escanaba, Mich. 

1682 3 McCauley, C 229 Mason St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2283 6 McCauley, J. P. ...1388 W. 25th St Cleveland, O. 

2121 3 McClintock, J 7710 Ada St Chicago, 111. 

1810 1 McCMnton, W. D...346 14th St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2129 1 MoCorkell, W. H.. .2545 Main St Buffalo, N. Y. 

513 6 McCoy, Jno 667 Mineral St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2237 15 McCoy, N. J 71 4th St., E Owen Sound, Ont. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 29 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

236116 McDonald, A Box 564 Toronto, Ont. 

2197 7 McDonald, Fred ..292 4tli Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1616 8 McDonald, G. W...234 N. William St...Marfne City, Mich. 

1652 1 McDonald, J. A.... 253 Herkimer St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1725 7 McDonald, J. Alex. 175^ Bruce Ave Windsor, Ont. 

1160 8 McDonald, J. H....BoX 771 Marine City, Mich. 

1799 10 McDonald, Jno. ..96 Green St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2161 4 McDonald, J. J. ...2556 E. 81st St Cleveland, O. 

542 3 McDonald, Geo. . . 4857 No. Winchester Ave. . .Chicago, 111. 

1999 2 McDonald, J. E. ..713 Willow St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2367 16 McDoiiald, Peter. ^. St. Patrick St Goderlch, Ont. 

1462 4 McDonald, W 3826 John Ave Cleveland, O. 

2046 12 McDougall, T 876 W. 7th St Superior, Wis. 

McDougall, W. L...263 Meadowibrook St Detroit, Mich. 

McBachem, A. ...553 West Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

McEwen, H. W. ..1506 W. 28th St Cleveland, O. 

McFadden, W. L...306 Purdy St Buffalo, N. Y. 

McGannon, W. P...465 W. 28th St Chicago, 111. 

McGarrity, D. J. . . 7348 Perry Ave Chicago, 111. 

McGarry, Geo 1378 W. 64th St Cleveland, O. 

MicGarry, Jno 1380 West 59th St Cleveland, O. 

McGinn, Jas Care Jos. McGinn, Iron Block 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2228 4 McGinnis, G. W. ..1902 Capitol Ave Indianapolis, Ind. 

2355 16 McGdnnis, J. J. . . .Box 45 Fort William, Ont. 

1937 7 M-cGowen, Hugh ..1309 Lafayette Blvd Detroit, Mich. 

1315 12 MacGregor, W. . . .713 H. Ave /Superior, Wis. 

515 6 McGregor, W. F.. .Lincoln Apartments, F. I.Windsor, Ont. 

1052 7 McGuire, N 810 Ferry Park Ave Detroit, Mlich. 

2209 15 Mclntire, A. B. ...581 West 13th St.:... Owen Sound, Ont. 

1065 7 Mcintosh, J. L. ...520 12th St Detroit, Mich. 

767 7 Mcintosh, M. G. ..84 Prentis Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2312 17 Mcintosh, John A French River, Ont. 

941 3 Mclntire, Allen ...Care M. F. Morgan, 411 Northwest- 
em Bldg Chicago, 111. 

2205 15 Mclntire, R 657 8th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

1873 6 Miclsaac, Neil 410 E. Filer St Ludington, Mich. 

2286 16 Mclver, Geo 361 Wiley St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2358 16 Mclver, John Southampton, Ont. 

2204 15 McKay, Angus ...447 14th St W Owen Sound, Ont. 

753 7 McKay, Alex. J.. . 232 Gladstone Ave Detroit, Mich. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1854 7 M-cKay, Daniel ...234 Jefferson Ave ..Detroit, Mioh, 

288 4 McKay, G. P 17880 Lake Rd Lakewood, O. 

2203 15 McKay, M 492 13 A St. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

2200 15 McKay, Norman ..447 14th St. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

1453 3 McKay, Wm. J. ..406 Sylvester Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2382 1 McKenzie, Alex ..969 Niagara St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1857 3 McKenzie, K Tiverton, Ont. 

856 9 McKinley, Jas. . . . 1717 Ontario St Toledo, O. 

1028 7 McDaahlan, A 56 11th St Detroit, Mich. 

2199 7 McDachlan, D 622 Rademacher Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2096 4 McLachlan, W. H. Wyoming, Ont. 

1757 1 McLaren, B. C. ...50 Greenwood PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

755 7 McLarty, Jas 417 Avery Ave ....Detroit, Mich. 

1504 2 McLean, J. C 1109 St. Clair St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

910 7 McLean, Wm 1437 Westwood Ave Lakewood, O. 

1814 1 McLeod, Dugald ..442 Auburn Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1866 4 McLeod, D. W. ...3808 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

2278 16 McLeod, N. J. 93 Ontario St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2259 2 McMartin, Frank. . 117 Smith Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1761 1 McMaugh, A. A. ..130 Riverside Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

771 1 McMillan, Chas. ..195 So. Elm wood Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

4 McNaughton, R. ..First Na^tional Bank , 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

1990 8 McNeill, W. H. . . .R. F. D. 2 Marine City, Mich. 

2296 1 MicPherson, A. J... 485 7th St ; Buffalo, N. Y. 

1619 3 McQueen, W. A... .Ruthland Transit Co. . Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1561 6 McShane, D. W New Auburn, Wis. 

507 6 McSweeney, J. ...459 Maryland Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1899 7 MacAulay, Geo. . . Box 296 Walkerville, Ont 

2340 7 MaoDonald,' Alex. .263 Meadowbrook Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1161 7 MacDonald, N. ...277 Linwood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1763 6 Mackey, Melvin Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 

1415 4 MiacLachlan, A. H..1861 W. 47th St Cleveland, O. 

543 3 MacLean, D R. F. D. 1, Box 79.. Michigan City, Ind. 

1433 7 MacLean, W. J 621 Wabash Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2309 17 MacLennan, A. ...Care Midland Queen 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

2174 12 MacLeod, A. .....528 Federal Bldg Chicago, 111. 

1801 3 MacMillan, John... Care Mrs. A. R. MacLeod, Baddeck 

Bay, Victoria County, Nova Scotia 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 31 



Pen- 
mint Lodge Name Address City 

2167 3 Madden, John H...Care Prindiville & Co., Insurance 

Ex. Bldg Chicago, 111. 

113 2 Madden, M. J 1003 Kearney St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2308 17 Madden, W. J. ...Church St Penetangulshene, Ont. 

1194 7 Maddock, J. B. ...378 Commonwealth Ave. .. Detroit, Midh. 

Maddock, J. C. ...378 Commonwealth Ave. .. Detroit, Midh. 

Mad'igian, Jos. A... Care Brown & Co Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mahon, A. J 443 Military Ave Detroit, Mich. 

Mlahon, W. M Rex Hotel * . . . Eveleth, Minn. 

Maitland, Henry ..1026 Wall St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

Mallette, P. A. ...369 Hendricks St Detroit, Mich. 

Mlallory, D. H Nat'l Bank of Elyria Elyria, O, 

Miallory, G. B Pickands, Mather & Co — Cleveland, O. 

Mallory, R. A 527 Fargo Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

Malott, J. W Box 25 Ruthven, Ont. 

Maltby, Wm. G. ...41 Mansion Ave Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Miansfield, I. B. ...529 Federal Bldg...- ...Chicago, 111. 

Manuel, F. W 2707 Military St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

Mara, Jas 465 Military Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2359 16 Marcellias, W. C...118 Peter St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2225 8 Marcero, A. W. ...137 Backus Ave Marine City, Mich. 

1791 8 Marcero, Chas. Marine City, Mich. 

2267 16 Marin, O. P 383 Van Norman St... Port Arthur, Oiil. 

1402 8 Markle, S. J 4 Westminster Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1941 6 Marsh, S. O Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. 

1047 1 MlartTh, Edw 308 Purdy St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2391 4 Martin, Peter J.... 5704 Longfellow Ave Cleveland, O. 

1704 4 Mason, Chas. D. ..1113 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

1790 1 Massey, Chester. ..1927 Hughitt Ave Superior, Wis. 

1685 4 Massey, S. B 1501 Clarence Ave Lakewood, O. 

2099 3 Matson, S. W 1247 Monticello Ave Chicago, 111. 

1226 8 Mattison, E. F. ...Care D. & W. Ferry Co. .. Detroit, Mich. 

477 6 Maxon, F. C 83 31st St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1276 8 Maxwell, Wm ( Marine City, Mich. 

191 2 May, A. C 1912 7th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1580 4 Meeker, S. E 1454 Orchard Grove Ave.. Lakewood, O. 

988 4 Megervey, Wm. ...1424 W. 75th St Cleveland, O; 

613 9 Meikleham, Thcs.. . 641 Femwood Ave Toledo, O. 

2124 6 Mellan, Gunerius . . 406 Scott St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1919 14 Meno, F. L 402 Thornapple St St. Clair, Mich. 

1582 7 Merckel, C. G 122 Stanton Ave Detroit, Mich. 



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32 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1698 3 Meyer, Gust 3826 N. Whipple St Chicago, 111. 

1978 9 Millard, R. B Great Lakes Towing Co Toledo, O. 

1836 2 Millard, W. L 502 16th St Pt. Huron, MicJi. 

1175 7 Millen, P. L Romeo, Mich. 

671 7 Milieu, Wm. F j Romeo, Mich. 

675 4 Miller, C. D 213 Lincoln Ave...N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1695 1 Miller, Chas. F Dunham Towing & Wrecking Co. 

South Chicago, 111. 

2112 6 Miller, Christian.. .348 Madison St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2376 12 Miller, Thos 1324 Jefferson St Duluth, Minn. 

1587 4 Milliken, Wm 1956 W. 47th St Cleveland, O. 

1562 1 Milne, J 234 Grant St Buffalo, N. Y. 

450 3 Minskey, J. P 2464 Orchard St Chicago, 111. 

1170 3 Minter, Thoe. B. ..1235 Otis St Chicago, 111. 

2330 15 Misner, Robt 232 Brown St Steelton, Out. 

798 4 Mitchell, Ailfred . . . 1504 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

178111 Mitchell, Alvln Algonac, Mich. 

1904 8 Mitchell, D. R Box 629 Marine City, Mich. 

2392 7 Mitchell Harry ...95 Riopelle St River Rogue, Mich. 

302 4 Mitchell, Jno 908 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

2198 4 Moes, W. H 3828 Leading Ave Cleveland, O. 

2158 2 Montgomery, G. A. 1201 Howard St Port Huron, Mich. 

1817 1 Montgomery, J. A.. 81 Greenfield St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1155 1 Montgomery, J. W..79 Greenfield St Buffalo, N. Y. 

656 2 Montgomery, W. L Blaine, Mich. 

1032 6 Moody, C. E 92 33rd St Milwaukee, Wis. 

959 4 Moody, W. H VermiUon, O. 

1675 4 Mooney, Wm 4908 Franklin Ave Cleveland, O. 

412 3 Moore, C. K Care J. Massey, 927 Hiughitt Ave... 

, Superior, Wis. 

1572 4 Moore, Frank 2139 West 103rd St Cleveland, O. 

1821 4 Moore, Geo. W. ...1406 W. 54th St Cleveland, O. 

254 3 Moore, H. R 6919 Wayne Ave., Rogers Park 

Chicago, 111. 

992 3 Moore, J. F 743 Oakley Blvd Chicago, 111. 

1778 11 Moore, S. D Algonac, Mich. 

1622 4 Moore, S. S 6903 Wakefield Ave Cleveland, O. 

1702 4 Moore, Wm. E. ...1848 W. 54th St Cleveland, O. 

355 4 Morgan, J. W Box 503 Geneva, O. 

1724 3 Morgan, M. F 2115 Summerdale Ave Chicago, 111. 

1995 1 Morin, Thos. F. ...314 Fargo Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 33 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2144 7 Morrison, A. A. ...207 Western Reserve Bldg. . Cleveland, O. 

2268 16 Morrison, Angus ..50 Jean St Port Arthur, Ont. 

20d.O 3 MV>rfri)Son, Dougal..401 Rush St Chicago, HI. 

2118 11 Morrison, E. R 368 Fargo Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1694 7 Morrison, J. N 32 Calvert Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2199 4 Morrison, Wm. F.. .1642 Lincoln Ave Lakewood, O. 

1964 14 Morse, A. R 107 S. 9th St St. Clair, Mich. 

1713 4 Morton, Edw. R...1671 E. 85th St Cleveland, O. 

822 2 Mosier, R. H 624 S. Main St Cheboygan, Mich. 

339 4 Miilholland, M Care M. A. Bradley, 706 Marion 

Blk Cleveland, O. 

2370 12 Munro, Wm. J., Jr. 2058 Carroll Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 

1538 4 Murdock, Jno 613 5th Ave. E Ashland, Wis. 

2294 1 Mtirphy, Charles.. .228 Georgia St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2306 17 Murphy, E. W i Midland, Onr. 

108 1 Murphy, Henry ...60 Verplank St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1736 10 Miurphy, H. A. ...119 Caroline St Ogdensboirg, N. Y. 

2039 12 Murphy, Oswald ..205 St. Clair St Ashland, Wis. 

129 1 Murphy, S. M 826 Williamison Bldg Cleveland, O. 

2164 14 Mussman, A 901 South 7th St St. Clair, Mich. 

2284 2 Myers, Geo. F. ...379 Falconer St N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1962 1 Myers, R. D 35 Delaware St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

2324 17 Napier, Jos Main St Penetanguishene, Ont. 

1109 2 Neal, Jas. S Marine City, Mich. 

1209 2 Neal, Wm. D Box 21 Courtwright, Ont. 

1740 10 Nelson, A. C Hinkley-Corhwell Co 

Alexander Bay, N. Y. 

1737 10 Nelson, C. 53 Rensselaer Ave. . . Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2132 12 Nelson, F. E Detour, Mich. 

1804 4 Nelson, Olaf 3722 W. 36th St Cleveland, O. 

2092 4 Nelson, S 5819 Bridge Ave Cleveland, O. 

1829 7 Nesbitt, Wm. K. ..Care Great Lakes Eng. Works, 

Steamer Colonel . River Rouge, Mich. 

235112 Ness, Martin O....3203 W. Vernon St Duluth, Minn. 

2394 6 Neubauer, W. E. ..904 Bartlett St Milwaukee, Wis. 

2134 4 Neville, R. J 2080 West 89th St Cleveland, O. 

2326 17 Nioholls, Bruce ..5th St Midland, Ont. 

464 7 Nicholson, D Foot Woodward Ave., D. B. 1. & W. 

Ferry Co Detroit, Mich. 

1865 4 Noble, Jno 1426 Northland, Ave Lakewood, O. 

2208 15 Nolan, Dan 835 11th St West Owen Sound, Ont. 



34 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1395. 4 Nordahl, Arnold. . . 2908 Carroll Ave Cleveland, O. 

2343 6 Norteman. L. W...1509 Michigan Ave Manitowoc, Wis. 

1623 7 Norvell, Walker ..288 Pingree Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2272 16 Nuttall, A. S 181 Arthur St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2271 16 Nuttall, R. E 212 St. James St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2270 16 Nuttall, Wm 11 Nu:gent St Port Arthur, Ont. 

1818 6 Oakley, Jas 425 N. 8th St Manitowoc, Wis. 

350 14 O'Connor, R 525 N. Second St St. Clair, Mich. 

O'Day, Simon 729 Prospect Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ogden, Benj. P 817 Trumbull Ave Detroit, Mich. 

O'Hagan, Hugh ...220 Grove St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

O'Hagan, Jno 144 Grove St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Oliver, Percy 379 Elk St Buffalo, N. Y. 

Olsen, Jno. K Care Lighthouse Inspector, 216 Fed- 
eral Bldg Milwaukee, Wis. 

Olsen, Olaf 1375 E. 95th St Cleveland, O. 

Olsen, Oscar 1699. Lee Rd Cleveland Hts., O. 

Olson, Sam, No. 2.827 N. 9th St Manitowoc, Wis. 

Olson, Sam 469 25th Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

Oman, Chas. H U. S. S. Crocus Is. Light House In- 
spector Buffalo, N. Y. 

1179 1 O'Neil, Patrick ...60 Morgan St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2239 15 Olstrom, G. C. ...616 7th St A. East... Owen Sound, Ont 

1482 4 Packer, W. H 433 W. 1st Ave Columbus, O. 

2053 6 Palm, Edw 1240 Island Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1896 7 Palmer, A. J 541 Townsend Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

1981 3 Pardee, J. F 256 W. 3rd St Erie, Pa. 

1233 7 Parsons, D. R 1083 E. Grand Blvd Detroit, Mich 

1182 7 Parsons, H. H 262 Collingwood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1201 7 Parsons, Jos 2141 John R. Ave Detroit, Mic.h. 

2279 7 Parsons, Jos. W. ..57 Belmont Ave Detroit Mich. 

1185 4 Parsson, F 2065 W. 45th St Cleveland, O. 

2302 10 Patenaude, A 754 Papineau Ave Montreal, Que. 

1788 1 Patterson, R. C. . .|63 Baynes St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1269 3 Paitterson, Wm 10455 Ewlng Ave S. Chicago, 111. 

2088 7 Pauls, F. H 315 Cherry St Detroit Mich. 

1826 7 Pearson, Jno. J 446 Bewick St Detroit Mich. 

2333 15 Pearson, J. P Port McNicoll, Ont. 

1792 7 Peltier, R. D R. F. D. 4 Mt Clemens, Mich. 

1807 4 Perew, F. D River St Willoughby, O. 



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NAMES AND ADDRESSES 35 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

381 1 Perew, John . 317 Cliaiiiber of Commerce Buffalo, N. Y. 

2165 11 Perkins, H. L 117 North Line Wyandotte, Mich. 

2147 7 Perrault, Albert ..58 Clcotte St River Rouge, Mich. 

2053 6 Peterson, F. J. ...Care Rogers Coal Co Toronto, Ont. 

695 4 Peterson, C. A. . .112 Reese St Sandusky, O. 

624 4 Peterson, Henry ..Beulah Ave Pueblo, Colo. 

2216 3 Peterson, Martin. . 1108 N. Mozart St Chicago, 111. 

1392 1 Peterson, M. S. ...94 Triangle St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1329 4 Peterson, P. A. ...10614 Garfield Ave Cleveland, O. 

1607 3 Peterson, T. J 18 Lake St Manistee, Mich. 

2253 6 Petroskey, W. J... 1010 S. Main St Manitowoc, Wis. 

2188 1 Phillips, J. J 87 Kohler St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1524 7 Pickell, E. S Str. City of Erie Cleveland, O. 

1667 12 Herce, W. L 4021 W. 5th Ave... Duluth, Minn. 

2377 4 Pilzer, W. J 102 McEwen St Sandusky, O. 

2288 12 Pinney, Jesse 123 S. Michigan Ave Duluth, Minn. 

2133 8 Plotter, Chias. L...225 2nd St Marine City, Mich. 

2232 4 Pitta, Oliver 1249 Andrews Ave Lakewood, O. 

1541 7 Pocock, H. A 521 Lansing Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2281 9 Pocock, Robert J.. 3126 Glenwood Ave Toledo, O. 

1039 4 Post, Jos. W Sandusky, O. 

1858 3 Post, Samuel 1536 Congress St Chicago,. 111. 

1738 10 Powers, Jno 3a Buck St Canton, N. Y. 

140 2 Powrie, P. F 1131 Howard St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2222 12 Pratt, Frank C Ford City, Ont. 

1344 6 Preston, J. R 785 So. 12th St Newark, N. J. 

229 14 Prinigle, Jno. C....561 Riverside Ave St. Clair, Mich. 

1528 4 Pringle, R. C 1516 Arthur Ave Lakewood, O. 

2138 4 Pringle, W. R. ..1516 Arthur Ave Lakewood, O. 

2398 6 Quackenbush, E. .1260^^ Island Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

1256 7 Quinlan, Wm 742 14th Ave Detroit, Mich. 

558 4 Rae, Frank C Avon Park DeSoto Co., Fla. 

177 4 Rae, F. H Vermilion, O. 

1284 7 Rains, E. T Buffalo Union Furnace Co. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

1043 3 Rand, L. A 511 Park Ave Wilmett% 111. 

1522 4 Randall, A. E 17 Pennsylvania Ave Ashtabula, O. 

1590 2 Randall, F 1011 Lapeer Ave Port Huron, Mich. 

2289 12 Rankin, A. E Box 435 Two Harbors, Minn. 

1435 7 Rattray, C 540 Holden Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2261 4 Rattray, E. G 1078 Addison Rd .Cleveland, O. 



36 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1848 8 Recor, Edgar Marine City, Mich. 

1434 7 Recor, Geo. F 665 Sheridan Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2389 14 Recor, Joseph F Wallaceburg, Ont. 

1842 8 Recor, Robt. J. ...658 Baldwin Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1635 6 Redner, Elmer ...Care Groodrich Line Co 

Muskegon, Mich. 

1105 14 Reece, G. 1008 Clinton Ave St. Clair, Mich. 

1254 2 Reed, Wm. A 4lL* Main St Conneauc, O. 

443 3 Regan, Jno 848 E. 64th PI Chicago, 111. 

1307 4 Reid, F. H 1698 W. 69th St Cleveland, O. 

il71 3 Reid, Jr., Robt. ...1708 Melrose Ave Chicago, 111. 

1711 4 Reid, Wm. C 2049 W. 95th St.... Cleveland, O. 

2347 7 Redlly, Wm. S 819^4 Meldrum St Detroit, Mich. 

708 4 Rice, Frank 4208 John Ave. N. W Cleveland, O. 

782 8 Rice, Philip Box 242 Blenheim, Ont. 

1936 6 Richardson, Frank. 501 Ellen St Milwaukee, Wis. 

133 1 Richardson, H East Aurora, N. Y. 

2269 16 Richmond, U. G...98 Regent St Port Arthur, Ont. 

2239 4 Rdnn, Cbas 3803 Carnegie Ave Cleve^land, O. 

1950 14 Rinn, J. B 509 2nd St St. Clair, Mich. 

2006 1 Rinn, Wm 1450 Cullon Ave Chicago, HI. 

2258 3 Rdsto, E 34 West 26th St Holland, Mich. 

1843 4 Rdtdhie, W. S Care Brown & Co Buffalo, N. Y. 

287 3 Roach, P. C 842 Wells St., Care Scully Bros., 

Chicago, 111. 

279 1 Robange, G. E , OaruthersviUe. .Mo. 

2385 12 Roberts, B. J Caro Clow & Nicholson .. Duluth, Minn. 

902 3 Robertson, G 515 LaFayette St. . . Grand Rapids, Mich. 

2303 10 Robineau, Alban . .106-B Marquette St Montreal, Que. 

1283 4 Robinson, A. R. ..1440 Woodward Ave Lakewood, O. 

2341 4 Robinson, F. A. ...2110 W. 93rd St Cleveland, O. 

1710 4 Robinson, J. W. . .R. F. D. 1 Sandusky, O. 

1377 7 Robinson, Salem ..622 L#athrop Ave Detroit, Mich. 

49 1 Robinson, Walter. .326 15th St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2177 6 Roddy, Timothy ..506 N. State St Chicago, 111. 

2120 11 Roe, Stephen J < AUgonac, Mich. 

1756 1 Rolseng, Ivei* 937 Michigan Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

56 3 Root, F. D Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

19.47 9 Rose, Otto 935 Palmwood Ave Toledo, O. 

2065 6 Rosie, Wm 619 Lafayette St Grand Haven, Mich. 

1103 6 Ross, C. D 24 Clevebum PI Buffalo, N. Y. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 37 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

2230 4 Rourke, John 2076 W. 26tli St Cleveland, O. 

&21 1 Rowan, Murdock. . 695 Main St Conneaut Harbor, O. 

2143 10 Russell, F. P 17 New York Ave. . . Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1741 10 Russell, Henry ... 117 Morris St Ogdensburg, N. . Y. 

2339 10 Russell, Wm. R. ..83 Jersey Ave Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2229 4 Rydibolm, C. A. ...920 Lee St Marquette, Mich. 

843 9 Sage, Geo. V 655 S. Main St Toledo, O. 

1905 6 Sanders, H. L 649 Frederick Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

546 4 Sanders, Jos .5208 Tillman Ave Cleveland, O. 

1088 4 Sanders, T. H. ...1612 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

223 4 Saph, C. M 715 North 8th St Sheboygan, Wis. 

1472 4 Saph, J. P 128 A St Lorain, O. 

1897 7 Sauer, Greo 34 Farrand Ave. E., Station C 

Detroit, Mi€h. 

1413 1 Saunders, J. M. . . .234 Berlin St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1732 2 Sawyer, E. S Almont, Mich. 

2373 4 Schedble, H. J s Put-in-Bay, O. 

496 6 Schwerman, Fred..R. R. 3, Box 50 Station D 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2356 16 Scott, J. A Victoria Harbor, Ont. 

509 6 Scott, W. B 4881^ Walker St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1313 1 Secord, C. D 39 Rowland PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

2175 12 Seeley, H. D 1705 Ogden Ave Superior, Wis. 

2156 3 Seiderland, F. A...Bnrge Office Chicago, r.l. 

2383 1 Sellon, Harry D. ..Care Connelly Bros Buffalo, N. Y. 

751 7 Sennon Wm 197 W. Seneca St Oswego, N. Y. 

1959 1 Sexsmalth, Samuel . l^-Pl W. 64th St Cleveland, O. 

1648 1 Shaw, Edw. L 71 Hoyt St Buffalo, N. Y. 

799 8 Shaw, Geo. A Marine City, Mich. 

55 10 Shay, W. S 76 Patterson St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1638 3 Shea, Jos. A 208 S. liaSalle St., Care Armour 

Grain Co Chicago, 111. 

566 1 Shepard, A. M. ...Bedford Hotel Goderich, 0?it. 

54 4 Sheirwood, D. N... 15501 Hilliard Ave Lake wood, O. 

2190 2 Sills, Arthur G. ..2841 Stone St Port Huron, M\ch. 

1784 3 Simons, Jno 307 East N. Water St Chicago, 111. 

1550 4 Simmons, T. G. . 15709 Lake Ave Lakewood, O. 

1466 7 Simpson, F. J 911 Baldwin Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1362 3 Sinclair, C. H 2037 Military St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

377 2 Sinclair, D. M 2037 Military St Pt. Huron, Mich. 



38 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1104 2 Sinclair, J. H The Thomas Furniture Co 

Pontiac, Mioh. 

632 7 Skiffington, J. A... 364 Seyburn Ave Detroit, Mich. 

850 4 Slackford, W. G. ..309 Campbell St Sandusky, O. 

2390 4 Slade, J. J 72 Station St Ashtabula, O. 

2027 12 Slater, F. R S209 Ogden Ave Superior, Wis. 

2137 9 Slavin, James F....623 Rumbolt St Toledo, O. 

2245 7 Sloan, Bernard ...451 Franklin St Detroit, Mich. 

1952 14 Smith, Alex. C. ...408 Jay St St. Clair, Mich. 

...21S East 9th St. .. Traverse City, Mich. 

...R. F. D. 2 Amherstiburg, Ont. 

....121 Archibald St Fort William, Ont. 

...45 Hamilton St Ogdensburg, N. Y 

. . . Stop 7, Euclid Ave .Euclid, O. 



nil 6 Small, E. S. 

1013 7 Smith, A. C. 

2357 16 Smith, E. R. . 

1745 10 Smith, Jno. J. 

1480 4 Smith, P. H. 

1780 11 Smith, Sidney H Algonac, Mich. 



1476 6 Sniffin, B. M. 
1249 6 Soleau, O. J. 



...503 N. 5th St Manitowoc, Wis. 

. . . Milwaukee Tug Boat Line 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

2353 6 Solway, Severt Sturgeon . Bay, Wis. 

2384 1 Spaulding, H. W..191 Adams St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

231 4 Spear, E. P 1629 E. 118th St Cleveland, O. 

1246 9 Stalker, A. W 565 Church St ..E. Toledo, O. 

348 9 Stalker, Duncan ..^22 Woodville St E. Toledo, O. 

2325 17 Stalker, Malcom .Church St Penetanguishene, Ont. 

1692 4 Stanley, Edw ^503 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

479 6 Starke, Fred C. ..520 Grand Ave. ...... Milwaukee, Wis. 

2187 1 Starkey, M. J 246 Fletcher St Tonawanda, N. Y. 

921 4 Steible, Jno 130 Second St Sandusky, O. 

2386 12 Stemman, John J.. 4311 Apple Ave., S. W Cleveland, O. 

1183 7 Stevens. E. P 177 Jos. Campau Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1114 1 Stevenson, G. C....1113 West Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

418 1 Stevenson, Hugh ..R 1—63— A Elma Center, N. Y. 

1654 1 Stevenson, Thos.. . 74 Royal Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1677 2 Stevenson, Wm. ..2121 7th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1412 1 Stevenson, W. H...144 Riverside Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

586 7 Stewart, A. E 93 Garfield Ave Detroit, Mich, 

2070 11 Stewart, H. W Algonac, Mich. 

486 6 Stewart, Jno. . .,. . Box 234 St. Joseph, Mich. 

1770 11 Stewart, J. P Algonac, Mich. 

1769 11 Stewart, Millard Algonac, Mich. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1489 4 Stewart, W. G. ...Care Pickands, Mather & Co. 

Cleveland, O. 

1958 10 Stitit, Geo. P 307 North Brodir St 

Fort William, Ont. 

1957 10 Stitt, Jas. M Point Du Chene, N. Brunswick 

1743 10 Stitt, W. J Point Duchene, N. B. 

2189 2 Stockdaile, R. N....714 Minnie St... Port Huron, Mich. 

636 7 Stoddard, Lewis ..216 Federal Bldg Milwaukee, Wis. 

184 4 Stone, H. W 58 Nohle Rd E. Cleveland, O. 

760 4 Stone, L. W Vermilion, O. 

1712 4 Story, W. J 30 Kingsville Ave Ashtabula, O. 

262 4 Stough, L 1711 W. 31st PI Cleveland, O. 

1574 3 Strahan, Louis ;. . Well©, Mich. 

1855 7 Stuart, Thos. J 666 Attwater St. E Detroit, Mich. 

2364 6 Stufflebeam, G. E.. 322 Kalamazoo St So. Haven, Mich. 

1872 6 Sftufflebeam, Jno...204 N. Lavlnia St Ludington, Mich. 

2131 4 Sturtevant, F. C...2277 Eaat 87th St Cleveland, O. 

371 6 Sullivan, D. C 625 Prospect Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

2043 12 Sullivan, D. T 331 N. 60th Ave., W Duluth, Minn. 

1676 9 Sullivan, N. M. ...3412 Glenwood Ave Toledo, O. 

2079 7 Sullivan, Wm. B...107 Elmhurst Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2127 7 Sullivan, T. D 702 W. Jennie St Bay City, Mich. 

1303 4 Sutherland, W. T..1274 Crook St., Care J. G. Piemer. . 

Green Bay, Wis. 

363 7 Swain, Martin ... .471 Wabash Ave., Care R. M. North- 
wood , Detroit, Mich. 

2023 12 Swenson, Albert ..1001 Torrey Bldg Duluth, Minn. 

1709 4 Talbot, A. J 906 E. Erie Ave Lorain, O. 

1410 7 Talbot, Geo. B 2635 2nd Ave Highland Park, Mich. 

16801 3 Taylor, Edw 4351 W. Monroe St ...Chicago, 111. 

1157 8 Taylor, James 157 Main St Marine City, Mich. 

2273 16 Taylor, W. J 366 Dufferin St Port Arthur, Ont. 

1096 4 Tear, F. S The Blvd Painesville, O. 

79 3 Tebo, Geo 3838 Sheffield Ave Chicago, 111. 

2068 3 Thayer, C. R 1337 E. 71st PI Chicago, 111. 

2163 2 Thody, Fred W. ..2004 7th St Port Huron, Mich. 

422 4 Thompson, J- C...4202 Bailey Ave., S. W. .. Cleveland, O. 

1795 4 Thompson, M. S.. .144 Erie St Painesville, O. 

1050 1 Thompson, Peter. . 104 Russell Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

15010 4 Thompson, Robt...2325 E. 100th St Cleveland, O. 

1591 2 Thompson, W. F...1208 E. 5th St Duluth, Minn. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

657 7 Thorburn, Jno. . . . Care W. A. Meddaugh . . Westhope, N. D. 

61 7 Thome, Wm 15 Willis Ave Detroit, Mich. 

69 1 Thorpe, E. F 12217 Detroit Ave Lakewood, O. 

2123 6 Thorpe, John 688 34th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1943 6 Thorsen, Louis ...601 Edison St Milwaukee, Wis. 

560 2 Tharp, W. H 305 N. Henry St., Sta. A. 

West Bay City, Mich. 

1979 4 Thrasher, C. R. ...1408 West 55th St... Cleveland, O. 

2176 4 Tilden, L. S 7049 Superior, Suite 12 .. -Cleveland, O. 

2338 6 Tilley, R. G 552J.^ Linus St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1469 3 Tisdale, Geo. B Box 116 Douglas, Mach. 

2344 6 Tobin, Gordon 701 3rd Ave. W Ashland, Wis. 

719 9 Tomlin, Wm. J Marine City, Mich. 

2387 3 Topic, Peter 634 Christiana Ave Chicaigo, III. 

167 4 Tower, C. B 4102 Clinton Ave Cleveland, O. 

1051 6 Tower, Jno Milwaukee Tug Boat Line 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

20^8 11 Townsend, C. A Algonac, Mich. 

199110 Travis, Fred ......King St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1706 3 Trodahl, H. H Dagget, Mich. 

206 7 Trottier, G. N 302 Moffat Bldg Detroit, Mich. 

2093 4 Tufverson, N. P...214 4th St Elyria, O. 

1055 4 Tulian, G. D 1247 East 24th St Cleveland, O. 

1942 6 TuUedge, Bernard Frankfort, Mich. 

2081 3 Upham, Lucian Saugatuck, Mich. 

1902 8 miey, R. Z 307 Elizabeth St Marine City, Mich. 

2135 4 Van Buskirk, John. 564 Harbor St Conneaut, O. 

2263 6 Van Dyke, W. H...Care Fere Marquette Line Steamers, 

Fere Marquette 7. .Milwaukee, Wis. 

1371 8 Van Gorder, C Marine City, Mich. 

2050 1 Van Nlatta, C. F...399 Miller St N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1501 4 Van Slet, Abram. .2115 W. 96th St., Wm. Hobson, Trus- 
tee Cleveland, O. 

2067 3 Van Velzen, H. ...1708 North Keystone Ave. .. Chicago, 111. 

1956 3 Voight, A. C 1957 Balmoral Ave Chicago, 111. 

1369 1 Vrooman, G. H Union Towing & Wrecking Co. 

Duluth, Minn. 

2160 4 Wade, F. J 1310 West 106th St Cleveland, O. 

1001 4 Walder, R. J 1421 W. 65th St Cleveland, O. 

844 9 Walker, N. B 952 Clark St E. Toledo, O. 



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294 4 Wallace, C. H Oare Pittsburgh Coal Co., Old Colony 

Bldg Chicago, 111. 

1983 6 Walle, Martin 857 27th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1621 4 Walper, Henry ...24 Exchange St Vermilion, O. 

980 10 Walsh, Jas. A 97 Morris St Ogdensbung, N. Y. 

651 7 Waltman, Jos 597 Vinewood Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1124 6 Wanvig, John D. ..404 Webster Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

965 4 Ward, Jno 1301 New England Bldg... Cleveland, O. 

2191 2 Ward, Peter 27 Taylor St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

2192 11 Warner, C. W Algonac, Mich. 

1955 9 Warner, Raymond|.409 3rd St Toledo, O. 

1514 11 Warner, W. B. ...Box 223 Algonac, Mich. 

1914 11 Warner, W. E Box 13 Algonac, Mich. 

2095 2 Warwick, E. W. ..2003 7th St Pt. Huron, Mich. 

1118 II Warwiick, Henry. . . Holland Beach Port Huron, Mich. 

1669 1 Wlatson, C. W 36 Ada PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

336 7 Watts, Jas. B 108 Jay St Detroit, Mich. 

1722 3 Weaver, Geo. W...Box 374 Charlevoix, Mich. 

2001 4 Weaver, Jas. T. ..55 Gelston St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1548 7 Webster, C. T 1938 Jefferson Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2130 8 Wellhousen, H. C..338 Woodworth St... Marine City, Mich. 

305 4 Weeks, J. L 1449 Robinwood Ave Lakewood, O. 

932 3 Weimar, P. T. ...7424 N. Paulina St., Rogers Park 

• Chicago, 111. 

1649 1 Weinheimer, B. J Lake View, N. Y. 

1312 1 Weinheimer, F. L..452 Prospect Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1647 1 Weinheimer, E. W,452 Prospect Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1822 4 Weitzman, C. A.. .Box 140 Huron, O. 

2162 4 Wendorf, H 1424 West 75th St Cleveland, O. 

1132 7 West, B. E 327 St. Clair Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1586 14 West, F. A 540 N. 3rd St St. Clair, Mich. 

1385 1 White, A. E Washington, Mich. 

2073 1 Wiebe, Fred 11 Gelston St Buffalo, N. Y. 

2011 1 Wiener, Fred E....198 Shumway St Buffalo, N. Y. 

1045 1 Wilkins, W. W. ..2321 Myrtle St Erie, Pa. 

1597 7 Wilkinson, C 865 Congress St. East Detroit, Mich. 

1151 7 Wilkinson, Fred ..411 Hellen Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1762 1 Wilkinson, R. B...76 E. Oakwood PI Buffalo, N. Y. 

1639 3 Willett, C. W 129 Main St Vandalia, 111. 

1491 4 Williams, A. M 1466 Orchard Grove Ave.. Lakewood, O. 

410 3 Williams, David ..4321 Jackson Blvd Chicago, 111. 



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Pen- 
nant Lodge Name Address City 

1044 6 WiUiiome, Edw. . . 7507 Lawn Ave Oleveland, O. 

2349 1 Williams, J. E. ...423 Jefferson Ave Bay City, Mich. 

352 7 Williams, W. H. .800 Trumbull Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2128 1 Williams, W. W...297 Mt. Vernon Ave Detroit, Mich. 

1837 8 Williamson, P. L... Pearl St Marine City, Mich. 

1880 7 Williscroft, J. E...Box 221 Mundare, Alberta 

1058 4 Willoughby, W. J .167 Victoria Ave Windsor, Ont. 

1593 4 Wilman, Dan 3403 W. 98th St Cleveland, O. 

1471 3 WilBon, C. H., Jr... 832 West 8th St Brie, Pa. 

63 1 Wilson, C. H., Sr.. .706 West 8th St Erie, Pa. 

596 7 Wilson, Clhas. L...164 Willis Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2313 17 Wilson, R. J Box 292, Toronto St Midland, Ont. 

1408 7 Wilson, Wm 35 Upton St Boston, Mass. 

2297 6 Winkler, Herman.. 414 No. 6th St Manitowoc, Wis. 

2295 1 Winter, John J 101 Elm wood Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

1628 3 Woerpel, H 3835 Central Park Ave Chicago, 111. 

1533 4 Wood, J. S 1790 E. 87th St .Cleveland, O. 

761 4 Woodford, C. H. . .Care Pickands, Mather & Co. 

Cleveland, O. 

1893 7 Woodgrift, C. H...873 Iroquois Ave Detroit, Mich. 

2362 4 Woodford, Roy F..2519 Jay Ave Cleveland, O. 

2076 10 Woods, A. F 54 Elizabeth St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

2396 10 Woods, James ^2 Washington St. .. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

1133 6 WoJods, Jno 184 Water St Milwaukee, Wis. 

1749 10 Woods, Wm. V. ..217 Washington St. .. Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
1121 4 Woodward, C. D...Care F. Leckie, 1020 Rockefeller 

Bldg Cleveland, O. 

Worden, Scott ...189 W. Euclid Ave Detroit, Mich. 

Wright, Wm 405 Logan Ave Milwaukee, Wis. 

Yates, Wm. H. ...236 Horton Ave Detroit, Mich. 

8 Young, Alex R. F. D. 1, Care A. Young, Sr. 

Marine City, Mich. 

Young, J. P 99 Edison Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

Young, Robert 305 N. 5th St Chicago, 111. 

Zeim, Wim. C 231 Campbell St Alpena, Mich. 

Zeland, T. J 1598 Woodward Ave Lake wood, O. 

Zwemer, Everett .. 114 2nd St Grand Haven, Mich. 



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THE TOLEDO FOUNDRY & 

MACHINE CO. 

General Machinists and Founders 



Marine Repairing and Shipsmithing 
Promptly Attended to at All Times 



Day or Night 

OFFICE AND WORKS rp/xf J2r%i\ i\ 

202 to 218 Cherry St., cor. Water St. I OLEUU, U. 



The Toledo Shipbuilding Co. 



TOLEDO 









OHIO 



H. S. WILKINSON 
C.B. CALDER 
A. D. BLACK 
W. G. HENDERSON 
EDWARD HOPKINS 



President and Treasurer 

Vice-Pres. and Manager 

Secy, and Asst. Treasurer 

General Superintendent 

Naval Architect 



"^ THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Seneca 68 — Telephones — Frontier 68 



C H. McCUTCHEON 

Successor to Samuel McCutcheon 



Copper and Sheet Metal 
Work, Electric Repairs 
and Supplies, Boilers 
Pumped and Tested, 
Steamboat and En- 
gineers* Supplies, Brass 
Finishing and Engine 
Repairs. 



DELIVERY TUG 
"SAM McCUTCHEON" 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 

16-22 Ohio Street Buffalo, New York 



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A. M. JOYS 
President 



F. W. SMITH 
Sec'y* Treat, and Mgr. 



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Milwaukee Dry Dock. Co. 



South Yard Dry Dock 

450 Feet on Keel Blocks 

West Yard Dry Dock 

312 I'eet on Keel Blocks 



Rudder Pit to Unship Rudders 
in Each Dock 



Steel and Wood Repairs a Specialty 
Electric Lights on each Dock 



Main Office 
South Yard 
West Yard 
F. W. Smith 



Telephone Hanover 3 

Telephone Hanover 2555 

Telephone Lake 467 



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Benjamin Carpenter, President and Treasurer 

Hubbard Carpenter, Secretary John A. Carpenter. Vice-President 

Charles W. Commons. Asst. Treasurer 

Established 1840 



SHIP CHANDLERS 
and SAIL MAKERS 



CORDAGE, MARINE HARDWARE, ENGINEERS' 

SUPPLIES, CANVAS GOODS, PACKING, 

HOSE, COTTON WASTE, PAINTS 

OILS and NAVAL STORES 



430-440 WeUs Street CHICAGO 

Telephone Franklin 3344 



SOUTH CHICAGO BRANCH 

Great Lakes Supply Company 

James Channon, Manager 

3217 East 92nd Street SO. CHICAGO 

Telephone, South Chicago 1360 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 47 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS, SHIP 

MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pennant Name Address City 

A 2 Chas. P. Gilchrist ..560 Franklin Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 3 J. P. K|irr 171 River St Cleveland, O. 

A 6 John F. Wedow 93 Tilden St Cleveland, O. 

A 7 L. Hausheer, Jr Lakewood, O. 

A 9 Oliver W. Upson ..4310 River Ave., N. W Cleveland, O. 

A 10 J. B. Rodgers 175 Highland Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 12 A. T. Harvey 881 Case Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 13 Harvey D. Goulder. .1561 Euclid Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 14 W. P. Murray 720 Genesee St Cleveland, O. 

A 15 J. D. Ashley 242 Oliver St Cleveland, O. 

A 16 W. H. Becker Dover, O. 

A 17 H. Leonard Wilton.. 523 Cass Ave Detroit, Mich. 

A 18 Hermon A. Kelley ..Overlook Road, Euclid Heights 

Cleveland, O. 

A 21 Robert J. Dunham. .381 No. Halsted St Chicago, 111. 

A 23 Wm. E. Holmes 20 Delaware Place Chicago, 111. 

A 24 William H. Wood ..S65 Evanston Ave Chicago, 111. 

A 25 D. Sullivan S41 West Adams St Chicago, 111. 

A 26 J. H. Sheadle Xorfolk Road. Euclid Heights 

Cleveland, O. 

A 27 Ohas. W. Elphicke. .111 W. Jackson Blvd Chicago, 111. 

A 28 Ray G. McDonald ..S30 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. . Chicago, 111. 

A 29 Geo. J. Harris i62 North Water St Chicago, 111. 

A 30 Henry J. Pauly 207 14th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 31 W. A. Hawgood 79 Bell Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 32 H. Coulby Cleveland, O. 

A 33 M. A. Bradley 1378 Euclid Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 34 T. P. Newman 724 Genesee St Cleveland, O. 

A 35 Frank W. Fletcher Alpena, Mich. 

A 36 G. A. Tomlinson Duluth, Minn. 

A 37 Ralph D. Mitchen . . 2170 Euclid Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 38 F. B. Wadhams • 465 Willson Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 40 John H. Schlosser ..22 Hanover St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 42 John O. Teagan ....1065 Jefferson Ave Detroit, Mich. 



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Pennant Name Address City 

A 43 Christ J. Meyer 98 Ferry St Wauwatosa, Wis. 

A 44 C. L. Parker 326 St. Alban Ave Detroit, Mich. 

A 45 Fred W. Green 3184 West 95th St Cleveland, O. 

A 47 S. W. Gould 1595 E. 86th St. N. E Cleveland, O. 

A 61 J. C. Evans 

A 63 J. E. U'psan 11447 Euclid Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 65 W. P. Trinter 2313 E. 55th St Cleveland, O. 

A 66 G. F. Body , .601 Canal Road Cleveland, O. 

A 67 Thomas J. Rennick..70 Market St Ashtabula, O. 

A 68 K. Oakes 46 Palmer Ave Detroit, Mich. 

A 69 T. A. Cheney 25 Walnut St Ashtabula, O. 

A 70 E. Lawrence Fairpori: Harbor, O. 

A 71 H. W. McGean 1845 E. 79th St Cleveland, O. 

A 72 C. L. Huitohinson . . .18 Grace Ave Lakewood, O. 

A 73 A. F. LeopoM 3905 Whitman Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 74 H. B. Drake ^2309 E. 93rd St Cleveland, O. 

A 75 Henry Hull Williams St...... Huron, O. 

A 76 C. C. Lanken Asot Apts., Crawford Rd. .. Cleveland, O. 

A 77 Jas. O'Connor 167 Morgan St .Tonawanda, N. Y. 

A 78 F. H. Burrill 54 Spruce St Ashtabula, O. 

A 79 W. J. Douglas 67 Washington St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

A 80 Edw. Smith 444 Linwood Ave., Buffalo Dry Dock 

Company Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 81 E. C. Collins 3310 Carnegie Ave Cleveland, O. 

A 82 C. C. Canfield 10215 Westchester Ave. N. E. 

Cleveland, O. 

A 84 Jos. Kendrick 1229 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

A 85 Thos. W. Sheriff ...277 25th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 86 Carl C. Joys 358 Hanover St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 87 Jos. Davidson 356 Virginia St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 88 W. C. Starke 137 18th St Milwaukee, Wis. 

A 89 A. W. Thompson ...1304 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

A 92 R. A. Blood 1363 Belle Ave Lakewood, O. 

A 94 J. Burton Ayers 1007 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

A 96 Peter Peterson 2059 Clifton Ave Chicago, 111. 

A 97 Ernst P. Lenihan ..1961 East 66th St * Cleveland, O. 

A 99 David M. Hackett Amherstburg, Ont. 

A 100 H. H. Thonnpson ..1212 E. 4th St Duluth, Minn. 

A 101 Daniel D. Murray ..2028 E. Superior St Duluth, Minn. 

A 102 A. J. Sohmitt 175 W. Jackson Blvd Chicago, 111. 

A 104 George MIoDon^ald Fort William, Ont. 



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Pennant. Name. 

A 10 J. B. Rogers, 

A 46 John J. Boland, 

A 48 James McAlphine, 

A 49 W. E. Lloyd, 

A 51 Harvey L. Brown, 

A 53 J. B. Rodgers, 

A 55 John B. Richards, 

A 56 Dell L. Tuttle, 

A 57 John Connelly, 

A 58 J. C. Oberschiemer, 

A 59 M. Connolly, 

A 60 Adam C. Cornelius, 

A 61 J. C. Evans, 

A 77 Jas. O'Connor, 

A 80 Edward N. Smith, 

A 93 Mathias Young, 

A 104 Geo. A. McDonald, 

A 112 J. McCarthy 

A 120Judson^e|t4 



Address. 
175 Highland Ave., 
794 South Park Ave., 
1217 Chamber of Commerce, 
Mutual Transit Co., 
439 Richmond Ave., 
1217 Chamber of Commerce, 
1317 Chamber of Commerce, 
Prudential Building, 
126 Fargo Ave., 
1217 Chamber of Commerce, 
254 Swan Street, 
Prudential Building, 
Anchor Line, 
167 Morgan St., 
444 Linwood Ave., 
Lehigh Valley Line, 



City. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



157 Ohio St., 



Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Buffalo Dry Dock 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Fort William, Ont. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



Northern Steamship Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 



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A 105 Clarence Richardson. 60 Alvason Rd Cleveland, O. 

A 106 Frank H. Miner ...1512 Robinwood Ave Lakewood, O. 

A 107 Gilbert Andersen ..1025 W. North Ave Chicago, 111. 

A 108 James Mowatt 5136 Prairie Ave Chicago, 111. 

A 109 Thomas Becton Port Huron, Mich. 

A 110 Wimam Hayden 60 East Seneca St Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 111 P. A. Myer 202 Main St Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 112 J. McCarthy 159 Ohio St Buftalo, N. Y. 

A 113 McKittrick 409 Oak St Buftalo, N. Y. 

A 114 Bryant O'Day 164 Ohio St Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 115 John O'Day Ganson and Ohio St Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 116 Alex Peters Ship Masters' Assn Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 117 James Paya Ship Masters* Assn Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 118 Geo. Roach Ship Masters* Assn Buffalo, N. Y. 

A 119 R. G. Purvis 377 Washington St Buffalo, N. Y. 



Write tor description and prices regarding 

THE NASH IMPROVED STEERING ENGINE 

Also Cable Compressors and reels for canal snubUnf 

Manufactured by 

THE OQDENSBURQ MACHINE CO., Inc. 

151 No. Water St., OQDENSBURQ, N. Y. 

QBNBRAL MACHINISTS 



Special Attention Otven 
Marine Work 



A full line ot engineers* supplies 
always In stock 



HACKETT'S 

Ship Chandlery and Marine Hardware 

BRASS AND IRON FOUNDERS, ENGINEERS' 
SUPPLIES, FITTINGS, ETC. 

PATRICK HACKETT HARDWARE CO. 

Established 1830 OGDENSBURG, N. Y. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



P hotograph 

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chain from 
lock □( prop- 
er oiling. 
Avoiil the above by using the Mulholland oiling BKeave 



Latest 

Type 

of 

Fastener 



Equipped 
Last Year 



Tbe Hidholland-Hatch Fastener Company 

Marion Building CLEVELAND, OHIO Telephone M. 272 

E. Webb & Son, Eattein Agents - Philadelphia. Pa. 



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MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



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R. C. Smith »536 FuUerton Parkway Chicago, 111. 

J. S. Henderson 3448 Carroll Ave.. Chicago, 111. 

Wm. Langell .' St. Clair, Mich. 

George Bugge St. Clair, Mich. 

J. H. Trumble St. Clair, Mich. 

S. A. Earle St. Clair, Mich 

Wm. A. Morrison St. Clair, Mich. 

Wm. Wright St. Clair, Mich 

Wesley C. Brown St. Clair, Mich. 

W. T. Landon St. Clair, Mich. 

H. G. Inman 27 57th Ave. E Duluth, Minn. 

C. B. Carroll R. F. D Duluth, Minn. 

John Bovard Cor. Green & Clark Sts. 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Wm. Plumb S Ford St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

A. McDonald 5 Elizabeth St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

R. Fitzgerald 61 Hamilton St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Joseph Richard Care Hall Coal Co. . . Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Wm. A. Russell 73 King St ...Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

W. D. Waite 141 N. Water St Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

George Pearson 361 7th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

John Mclntyre 657 8th St. E > .Owen Sound, Ont. 

John Wharry 952 5th Ave. E Owen Sound, Ont: 

George Dunn 972 1st Ave. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

P. J. Shaw 507 9th St. E Owen S^nd, Ont. 

Peter McKay 676 4th Ave. B Owen Sound, Ont. 

George Waiugh 547 12th St. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

F. X. LaFrance 446 9th St. B Owen Sound, Ont. 

John Rutherford ...1182 1st Ave. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

Wm. Sinclair Wiarton, Ont. 

Frank Davis Port McNicoU, Ont. 

A. G. MicLeod 992 15th St. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

P. C. Telfer 2306 4th Ave. W Owen Sound, Ont. 

Nell Camipbell 705 3rd Ave. E Owen Sound, Ont. 



52 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

Chas. H. Wyack Daniel C. Deegan C W. Foster 

President Vice-President Sec. and Treas. 

U, S. CUSTOMS OFFICE 

South Chicago 
Marine Supply Co. 

Incorporated 

Meats and 
Groceries 



General Purveyors to the Marine Trade 
Prompt Launch Service 

A Large Selection of Fruits and 
Vegetables Always on Hand 



Vessels Supplied at Indiana Harbor 

PHONES: Store So. Chicago 26 

Residence So. Chicago 93 1 
Residence Midway 7271 

3210 EAST 92nd STREET 

SOUTH CHICAGO. - - ILL. 



NAMES AND ADDRESSES 53 



Pennant Name Address City 

H 49 R. D. Simipson 374 10th St E Owen Sound, Ont 

H 50 John B. Currie 1568 3rd Ave. E Owen Sound, Ont. 

H 51 Charles Burgle 357 Agelite Ave Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 52 James D. Morrison., 344 Van Norman St... Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 53 W. R. Stawntor ....80 Pine St Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 54 George Scegal 80 Crown St Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 55 Grover Buel , 59 Ontario St Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 56 N. Morrison ! 267 Park St Port Arthur, Ont 

H 57 George Cousins ... .43 Crown St Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 58 Georige Mclnnes ...178 N. Cumberland St.Pt Arthur, Ont. 

H 59 George Cosgrove Port Arthur, Ont. 

H 60 J. Maloney 10 College St Port Arthur, Ont 

H 61 W. C. Graley Midland, Ont 

H 62 R. Smith ,6th St Midland. Ont 

H 63 F. B. Cook 3rd St Midland, Ont 

H 64 W. B. Kitchen Midland Ave Midland, Ont 

H 65 G. W. Klnnie King St Midland, Ont 

H 66 A. B. Cuff King St.. Midland, Ont 

H 67 J. Tindall 3rd St Midland, Ont 

H 68 A. G. Gidley Mary St Midland, Ont 

H 69 A. Macaulay iDominion Ave Midland, Ont 

H 70 C. E. Gould Midland, Ont. 

H 71 Peter Light Penetanguishene, Ont 

H 72 Robert Brown 49 W. Seneca St. Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 73 W. M. Connelly ...715 Rockefeller Bldg Cleveland, O. 

H 74 Morris Crawford ..74 Michigan Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 75 John Gehm 45 Elk St Market BufBalo, N. Y. 

H 76 P. J. Gunn 120 Michigan Ave... Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 77 J. A. Grodzinski .^.68 Michigan Ave Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 78 Thomas Hayden ..60 E. Seneoa St Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 79 Daniel Hourigan Oswego, N. Y. 

H 80 A. H. Kropman ...340 Washington St Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 81 L. Dautenslajger, Jr.. Care Hands & Johnson Tug Office, 

BufBalo, N. Y. 

H 82 John E. Morris ...Iroquois Rubber Co Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 83 Albert Norton 227 Franklin St Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 84 Thoma-s Quinn . . . .Foot Michigan Ave., Care Hedstrom 

Coal Co. Dock Office .. Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 85 J. A. Weisback . . . .202 Main St Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 86 Harry Wright 17 Elk St Buffalo, N. Y. 

H 87 A. J. Green Summit Ave Lakewood, O. 

H 88 E. W. Dissette 



54 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Dunham To\ving & 
Wrecking Co- 

305 North Fifth Ave. 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



V/E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 

ELECTRICAL WELDING 

ON BOILERS, STEEL AND IRON 
CONST RUCTION 

Floating Electric Welder No. 2 

Equipped with Air Compressor 



Can be moved to all points on Chicago river 

and vicinity. 



»-Pi?f i?Dxir\%ivc J Main 852 

1 lLi.lLfHUMl!.!> I gQ Chicasro 130 ROBT. YOUNG, Local Mgr. 



South Chicago Office 92nd Street Bridge 
Telephone 130 GAPT. G. F. MILLER, L. M. 



^ 



PENNANT NUMBERS 15 TO 269 INCLUSIVE 



55 



MEMBERS OF THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 
Arranged According to Pennant Numbers 







Pennant Numbers 


15 to 


269 


Inclusive 


Pen- 






Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


Name 


15 


7 


Ivers, John H. 


149 


3 


Carr, James 


17 


1 


Dunn, John 


155 


7 


Hart, Fred C. 


22 


1 


Hogg, G. L. 


160 


4 


Hoover, N. E. 


35 


1 


Clarke, Geo. H. 


164 


4 


Lowe, James B. 


40 


3 


Young, Robert 


167 


4 


Tower, Chas. B. 


42 


1 


Fletcher, WilliaTn 


170 


1 


Hall, John B. 


44 


4 


Chapman, A. C. 


174 


4 


Brown, Frank H. 


49 


1 


Robinson, Walter 


176 


4 


Mallory, G. B. 


50 


1 


Corcoran, Joseph 


177 


4 


Rae, F. H. 


54 


4 


Sherwood, D. N. 


182 


4 


Lowe, John 


55 


10 


Shay, W. S. 


184 


4 


Stone, Henry W. 


56 


3 


Root, F. D. 


191 


2 


May, A. C. 


61 


7 


Thome, William 


197 


4 


Lyons, R. J. 


63 


1 


Wilson, Chas. H., Sr. 


199 


3 


Disher, Willia,m 


69 


1 


Thorp, E. F. 


200 


3 


Gallagher, Anthony 


78 


2 


McArthur, John 


206 


7 


Trottier, Geo. N. 


79 


3 


Tetoo, George 


223 


4 


Saph, C. M. 


89 


2 


Kendall, H. J. 


227 


2 


Buzzard, John 


104 


1 


Berrow, Joseph H. 


229 


14 


Pringle, John C. 


.105 


1 


Durker, Henry 


231 


4 


Spear, E. P. 


108 


1 


Murphy, Henry 


232 


6 


Ballentine, E. D. 


113 


2 


Madden, M. J. 


234 


4 


Benham, C. E. 


115 


2 


Anderson, E. B. 


252 


3 


Ohron, Thomas 


116 


1 


Coleman, Jeremiah 


253 


7 


Artm strong, Byron 


120 


1 


Grasser, George 


254 


3 


Moore, H. R. 


121 


2 


Davis, E. H. 


256 


3 


Cambell, J. M. 


129 


1 


Murphy, S. M. 


262 


4 


S tough, T^a^fayette 


133 


1 


Richardson, Harry 


264 


4 


Humplirey, W. H. 


138 


2 


Davis, Henry 


266 


4 


Mallory, D. H. 


140 


2 


Powrie, P. F. 


269 


4 


Holmes, Jos. A. 



56 



PENNANT NUMBERS 272 TO 603 INCLUSIVE 



Pen- 
nant Lodge 



272 
274 
277 
279 
283 
287 
288 
290 
293 
294 
300 
302 
305 
307 
315 
317 
319 
336 
339 
347 
348 



352 
355 
358 
359 
362 
363 
365 
370 
371 
373 
381 
388 
391 
394 
407 
410 
412 
418 
422 



4 
4 
2 
1 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
7 
4 
4 
9 



350 14 



7 
4 
4 
3 
3 
7 
3 
3 
6 
2 
1 
2 
4 
1 
4 
3 
3 
1 
4 



Name 

Ennes, C. G. 
Collier, Wm. A. 
Sinclair, D. M. 
Robarge, G. E. 
Loftus, H. F. 
Roacli, P. C. 
McKay, Geo. P. 
Call, Richard 
Chapman, C. B. 
Wallace, Chas. H. 
McCambridge, T. 
Mitchell, John 
Weeks, J. L. 
Ames, William 
McEJachem, A. 
Drake, A. B. 
Buie, Daniel 
Watts, Jas. B. 
Mulholland, Matt. 
Fick, F. A. 
Stalker, Duncan 
O'Connor, R. 
Williams, W. H. 
Morgan, Jas. W. 
Olsen, Olaf 
Jenks, John 
Higgins, Thomas 
Swain, Martin 
Mansfield, I. B. 
Clow, J. M. 
Sullivan, D. C. 
Everett, Anthony 
Perew, John 
Harrow, W. B. 
Hinslea, Chas. H. 
Johnson, John 
Dovllle, Jos. 
Williams, David 
Moore, Chas. K. 
Stevenson, Hugh 
Thompson, J. C. 



Pen- 




nant Lodge 


427 


4 


433 


4 


438 


4 


439 


6 


443 


3 


448 


1 


448 


6 


450 


3 


451 


3 


464 


7 


477 


6 


479 


6 


481 


6 


486 


6 


496 


6 


498 


6 


500 


6 


501 


6 


503 


6 


506 


4 


507 


6 


509 


6 


513 


6 


515 


6 


528 


7 


532 


7 


542 


3 


543 


3 


546 


4 


553 


9 


557 


2 


558 


4 


560 


2 


566 


1 


570 


4 


572 


3 


576 


2 


586 


7 


595 


6 


596 


*7 


603 


7 



Name 

Benham, Chas. A. 
Cleveland, C. R. 
Colbert, Thos. 
Carter, W. J. 
Regan, John 
Coughlin, Daniel 
Anderson, O. N. 
Minskey, J. P. 
Flood, G. W. 
Nicholson, D. 
Maxon, F. C. 
Starke, F. C. 
Jamieson, William 
Stewart, John 
Schwerman, Fred 
Leisk, John 
Leisk, Henry 
Doak, John A. 
Wright, Wm. 
Hawgood, A. H. 
MoSweeney, John 
Scott, W. B. 
McCoy, John 
McGregor, W. F. 
Hutton, John T. 
Duncanson, D. J. 
McDonald, Geo. 
MacLean, Donald 
Sanders, Jos. 
Harlow, Wm. J. 
Laframiboise, Jas. 
Rae, Frank C. 
Tharp, W. H. 
Shepard, A. M. 
Anderson, Joseph 
Hubbard, Chas. H. 
Maitland, Henry 
Stewart, A. E. 
Boyce, H, M. 
Wilson, Chas. L. 
Lohr, Edward 



PENNANT NUMBERS 612 TO 996 INCLUSIVE 



57 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


612 


7 


Fox, Arthur J. 


822 


2 


613 


9 


Meikleham, Thos. 


826 


9 


614 


9 


Bailey, RoM. N. 


827 


1 


624 


4 


Peterson, H. 


831 


9 


629 


7 


Ferguson, Robt. E. 


843 


9 


632 


7 


Skiffington, J. A. 


844 


9 


636 


7 


Stoddard, Lewis 


850 


4 


641 


2 


Harper, Geo. 


854 


9 


642 


3 


Cochrane, David 


856 


9 


651 


7 


Waltman, Jos. 


861 


2 


656 


2 


Montgomjery, W. L. 


865 


7 


657 


7 


Thorhum, John 


875 


7 


666 


7 


Holbrook, T. H. 


881 


7 


671 


7 


Millen, Wm. F. 


891 


1 


671 


7 


Ashley, W. A. 


892 


6 


675 


4 


Miller, C. D. 


893 


7 


694 


4 


Peterson, C. A. 


899 


3 


695 


4 


Peterson, C. A. 


902 


3 


708 


4 


Rice, Frank 


910 


7 


712 


6 


McGinn, Jaines 


914 


4 


719 


9 


Tomlin, Wm. J. 


921 


4 


731 


7 


Cauiipau, W. H. 


932 


3 


732 


7 


Mara, James 


941 


3 


738 


4 


Cottrell, Geo. L. 


952 


4 


750 


7 


LivingBton, W., Jr. 


959 


4 


751 


7 


Lennon, Wm. 


960 


4 


753 


7 


McKay, Alex. J. 


965 


4 


755 


7 


McLarty, James 


971 


2 


760 


4 


Stone, Lewis W. 


972 


7 


761 


4 


Woodford, C. H. 


973 


3 


767 


7 


Mcintosh, M. G. 


978 


6 


770 


1 


Graham, George 


980 


10 


771 


1 


McMillan, Chas. 


982 


4 


782 


8 


Rice, Phillip 


983 


4 


786 


8 


Hagan, Wm. 


986 


3 


798 


4 


Mitchell, Alfred 


987 


7 


79'9 


8 


Sha,w, G. A. 


988 


4 


804 


2 


Brown, C. T. 


992 


3 


810 


4 


I>alond, Anthony 


994 


2 


819 


7 


Young, J. P. 


995 


2 


821 


1 


Rowan, Murdock 


996 


6 



Name 

Mosier, R. H. 
Herrick, T. C. 
Cunningham, Jas. 
Gillespie, Isaac G. * 
Sage, Geo. V. 
Walker, Norman B. 
Slackford, W. G. 
Ashley, Ed. G. 
McKinley, Jas. 
Chambers, A. P. 
July, Edward F. 
McCallum, H. C. 
Hoffman, Frank 
Madigan, Jos. A. 
Christenson, Peter 
Hursley, Jay 
Elliott, A. M. 
Robertson, Geo. 
McLean, Wlm. 
Carlos, W. S. 
Steible, John 
Weimar, Fred T. 
Mclntyre, Allen 
Eldridge, H. C. 
Moody, Wm. H. 
Lampoh, Jos. 
Ward, John 
Fleck, James A. 
McAlpin, John 
Brion, James W. 
Bennett,, Henry 
Wlalsh, James A. 
Benham, Wm. P. 
Detlefs, Emil 
Gallino, A. P. 
Hutchins, F. C. 
Megervey, Wm. 
Moore, J. F. 
Manuel, Fred W. 
Budd, Melvin A. 
Ackerman, J. C. 



58 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



EDWARD SMITH, Pres. EDWARD N. SMITH, Supt. 

WILLIAM KNIGHT, Ass't Sec'y and Treas. 

Office Telephone. Bell, 4055 Seneca: 22-531 Frontier 

President's Office Phone, 2329 Seneca 

President's Residence Phone, Tupper 3012 

Ass*t Secy's Telephone, 324 North 

Superintendent's Telephone, Bryant 209 Tupper 3012 

THE BUFFALO DRY 
DOCK COMPANY 



<L With our excellent equipment we 
are enabled to do all kinds of ship re- 
pairs at reasonable cost to the owners, 
whose patronage is solicited with the 
guarantee of satisfaction in all 
particulars. 

<L We call attention to our facilities for 

the construction of new vessels of all 

kinds, particularly dredging outfits, 
tugs, scows, fuel lighters, etc., plans for 

which we will furnish on application 
together with specifications and esti- 
mates of cost. 



BUFFALO 



NEW YORK 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1001 TO 1153 INCLUSIVE 



59 



Pen- 
nant Lodge 



1001 
1004 
1010 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1020 
1021 
1026 
1028 
1029 
1032 
1035 
1038 
1039 
1041 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1047 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1054 
1055 
1058 
1059 
1060 
1061 
1065 
1067 
1068 
1070 
1073 
1075 
1076 
1079 
1081 



4 
4 
4 
2 
7 
2 
1 
4 
3 
4 
2 
4 
7 
1 
6 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
6 
1 
1 
1 
6 
7 
7 
4 
4 
4 
1 
7 
7 
4 
4 
4 
7 
7 
7 
9 
7 



Name 

Walder, R. J. 
Hoag, Wm. S. 
Laframbolse, Jacob 
Cowles, Wm. J. 
Smith, A. C. 
Johnston, Edward 
Green, John D. 
Hunt, Wm. J. 
Howard, Miartin 
Jollie, Richard 
Bennett, Jas. S. 
Fox, Benson 
McLachlan, Archie 
Herbert, Fred 
Moody, Chas. E. 
Ingraham, F. E. 
Allen, Sam'l C. 
Post, Joe. W. 
Ferguson, Wm. 
Rand, Leroy A. 
Williams, Edward 
Wilkins, W. W. 
Martin, Edward 
Thompson, Peter 
Tower, John 
McGuire, Norman 
Goodrow, Frank 
Tulian, G. D. 
Willoughby, W. J. 
DriscoU, Jas. H. 
Gibson, James R. 
Brady, Thoe. J. 
Mclntoeh, John L. 
McGaity, John 
Bouille, David 
Cody, F. B. 
Mahon, A. J. 
Donaghue, B. J. 
Crosby, Wm. J. 
Lockhart, D. O. 
Johnson, Alex. 



Pen- 
nant Lodge 



1082 
1083 
1085 
1088 
1090 
1091 
1095 
1096 
1101 
1103 
1104 



7 
6 
7 
4 
4 
1 
6 
4 
2 
6 
2 



1106 14 

1106 4 

1109 2 

1111 6 

1112 7 

1114 1 

1115 4 

1116 4 

1117 7 

1118 1 

1121 4 

1122 7 

1124 6 

1125 3 

1126 9 

1127 4 

1131 9 

1132 7 

1133 6 

1135 4 

1136 4 

1137 7 
1140 1 

1140 3 

1141 7 

1147 9 

1148 6 

1150 14 

1151 7 
1153 3 



Name 

Mallette, Paul A. 
Brownell, Stephen 
Clark, Alex. 
Sanders, Thos. H. 
Beggs, Thos. 
Howe, Alfred B. 
Duddleson, John W. 
Tear, F. S. 
Bums, John 
Ross, C. D. 
Sinclair, J. H. 
Reece, Geo. O. 
Heaton, Chas. H. 
Neal, Jae. S. 
Small, E. S. 
McCarthy, Daniel 
Stevenson, Geo. C. 
Jones, John F. 
Allen, C. L. 
Burke, Enos J. 
Warwick, Henry 
Woodward, Chas. D. 
Keams, Joseph 
Wanvig, John D. 
Christensen, A. 
Benson, Dan. 
Dyble, Bdw. 
Jex, H. N. 
West, Bert E. 
Woods, John 
Craigie, Alex. 
Hergenrother, J. A. 
Balfour, C. C. 
Hansen, A. C. 
Hanson, Andrew 
Forton, Frank S. 
Dovllle, D. F. 
Olson, Sam, No. 2 
Greening, Wm. 
Wilkinson, Fred 
Hamilton, W. D. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

JOSEPH MOHR. Pres. and Trea>. Telephone* 

LOUIS MOHR, VIce-Pre*. aod Sec'y Main 1584 

EDWARD MOHR. Aw't Secy Main 1585 

JOHN MOHR & SONS 

BOILER MAKERS 



MARINE BOILERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
349 Weat Illinois Street. CHICAGO 



SOUTH CHICAGO WORKS. 96th AND RIVER 
TeUphontt—lMktShore414andSoulh Chicago Ex<:hana«S3 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1155 TO 1368 INCLUSIVE 



61 





Pen- 




. 


Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 




1155 


1 


Montgomery, J. W. 


1249 


6 




1157 


8 


Taylor, James 


1251 


9 




1159 


1 


Hayes, W. J. 


1252 


9 




1160 


8 


McDonald, J. H. 


1254 


2 




1161 


7 


MacDonald, N. 


1257 


8 




1167 


9 


Bum-liam, Geo. 


1262 


8 


r 


1169 


1 


O'Day, Simon 


1266 


9 




1170 


3 


Minter, Thos. B. 


1269 


3 




1171 


3 


Reid, Robert, Jr. 


1274 


6 




1172 


3 


Christopher, S. 


1276 


8 




1175 


7 


Millen, P. L. 


1283 


4 




1177 


4 


Burr, James L. 


1284 


7 




1179 


1 


O'Neil, Patrick 


1285 


3 




1182 


7 


Parsons, H. H. 


1294 


1 




1183 


7 


Stevens, E. P. 


1295 


4 




1184 


4 


Hinslea, Henry 


1303 


4 




1185 


4 


Parsson, F. 


1304 


9 




1187 


1 


Hartman, John J. 


1307 


4 




1193 


7 


Bertrand, Frank 


1308 


3 




1194 


7 


Maddock, J. B. 


1309 


9 


^- 


1197 


4 


Hand, A. S. 


1312 


1 




1198 


8 


Brown, Hector 


1313 


1 




1199 


8 


McCann, S. B. 


1314 


1 




1201 


7 


Parsons, Joseph 


1315 


12 




1204 


7 


Maddock, J. C. 


1319 


3 




1205 


4 


Blattner, Wm. H. 


1321 


4 




1206 


6 


Larson, Peter 


1328 


11 




1208 


3 


Jacobson* Jacob 


1329 


4 




1209 


2 


Neal, Wm. D. 


1330 


4 




1219 


4 


England, Rich. W. 


1334 


2 




1226 


8 


Mattison, E. F. 


1344 


6 




1227 


8 


Folsom, Frank C. 


1351 


4 




1229 


8 


Kinyon, S. D. 


1352 


4 




1233 


7 


Parsons, Dudley R. 


1355 


7 


» 


1236 


4 


Bouille, Pierre 


1356 


7 




1237 


4 


Kelly, Henry 


1359 


3 




1240 


2 


Kelly, James W. 


1360 


7 




1241 


2 


Oanartney, M. 


1361 


4 




1243 


8 


Kuhn, John 


1362 


3 




1244 


7 


Clifford, Alex. 


1363 


3 




1246 


9 


Stalker, A. W. 


1368 


4 



Name 

Soleau, O. J. 
Doville, Egbert 
Cunningham, J. J. 
Reedi Wm. A. 
Cottrell, Jas. F. 
Broadbridge, A. T. 
Kirker, Fred 
Patterson, Wm. 
Cook, J. G. 
Maxwell, Wm. 
Robinson, A. R. 
Rains, Ed. T.' 
Leith, Alex. 
Bums, John J. 
Landfair, B. M. 
Sutherland, Wm. T. 
Harlow, Frank T; 
Reid, Fred'k H. 
Campau, Douis A. 
Cook, J. W. 
Weinheimer, F. L. 
Secord, C. D. 
Grant, C. J. 
MacGregor, Wilson 
Anderson, Wm. 
Anderson, Mathew . 
Ames, Augustus 
Peterson, Peter A. 
Johnston, John M. 
Akers, E. C. 
Preston, John R. 
Mahon, Walter M. 
Leckie, Frederic 
Christie, Charles 
Baker, Harris W. 
Higgie, J. F. 
Dalley, Michael 
Faragher, William 
Sinclair, Cyrus H. 
Elliott, Frank 
Anderson, Chas. A. 




62 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



WM. BECK MAN 

Dealer In 

QROCBRIES, PROVISIONS 
and DAIRY PRODUCTS 

Also 

Eagineers* and Mates* Supplies, Paints, Oils, Van 

nishes. Brushes, Etc. 

Bell Phone S34J Mutual Phone 1882 
Marine Trade a Specialty Launch Delivery 

963 IV. 4th St. cor. Cascade - ERIE, PA. 



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High Grade 
Marine Oils 

Oils at All Important Ports 



Erie, 



Pennsylvania 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1369 TO 1526 INCLUSIVE 



63 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1369 


1 


Vrooman, Greo. H. 


1454 


4 


1371 


8 


Van Gorder^ Chas. 


1457 


3 


1374 


7 


Callaiu, Alex. C. 


1462 


4 


1377 


7 


Robinson, Salem 0. 


1464 


1 


1381 


3 


Lamoreaux, Joseph 


1465 


7 


1384 


4 


Bartel, A. E. 


1466 


7 


1385 


1 


White, A. B. 


1467 


9 


1386 


4 


Ferguson, John A. 


1469 


3 


1387 


4 


Brand, August 


1471 


3 


1388 


1 


Klock, E. M. 


1472 


4 


1392 


1 


Peterson, M. S. 


1476 


6 


1393 


1 


Clark, John C. 


1479 


11 


1394 


4 


Johnson, Martin 


1480 


4 


1395 


4 


Nordahl, Arnold 


1481 


11 


1397 


7 


Baker, Burton S. 


1482 


4 


1402 


8 


Markle, S. J. 


1483 


4 


1403 


4 


Goodwin, Jas. F. 


1487 


9 


1408 


7 


Wilson, Wm. 


1489 


4 


1410 


7 


Talbot, Geo. E. 


1490 


11 


1411 


7 


Anderholt, L. P. 


1491 


4 


1412 


1 


Stevenson, Wm. H. 


1492 


4 


1413 


1 


Saunders, Jas. M. 


1493 


4 


1415 


4 


MacLachlan, A. H. 


1494 


4 


1417 


7 


Forbes, Alexander 


1495 


2 


1421 


8 


Hill, Fred C. 


1497 


1 


1423 


4 


Banker, Geo. H. 


1498 


3 


1424 


4 


Light, F. W. 


1499 


4 


1425 


3 


Edwards, M. L. 


1500 


4 


1427 


3 


Bough, Chas. 


1501 


4 


1433 


7 


MacLean, Wm. J. 


1502 


2 


1434 


7 


Recor, Geo. F. 


1503 


2 


1435 


7 


Rattray, Chafl. 


1504 


2 


1437 


3 


Kohnert, J. E. 


1508 


1 


1442 


4 


Keller, Alva B. 


1513 


6 


1443 


7 


Her, Walter C. 


1514 


11 


1444 


3 


Olsen, John K. 


1519 


1 


1445 


3 


CuUnan, John 


1522 


4 


1446 


4 


Fitch, Edward 


1523 


4 


1447 


7 


Craig, John C. 


1524 


7 


1451 


3 


Jones, Harry- 


1525 


6 


1453 


3 


McKay, Wm. J. 


1526 


7 



Name 

Bailey, F. A. 
Fitch, Edward 
McDonald, Wm. 
Finegan, Owen P. 
Flaherty, Joseph 
Simpson, Fred J. 
Dunseith, John 
Tisdale, Geo. B. 
Wilson, Chas. H., Jr. 
Saph, Jay P. 
Snlffln, B. M. 
Jackson, Rich. C. 
Smith, Philip H. 
Johnson, Wm. H. 
Packer, Wm. H. 
Ellis, Frank S. 
Lyons, Jas. B. 
Stewart, Walter G. 
Lyons, Stephen A. 
Williams, Archie M, 
Dixon, Alfred 
Gould, Francis B. 
Ehrhart, John W. 
Cassin, Jas. 
Herbert, James G. 
Anderson, Sigverdt 
Benham, Geo. E. 
Thompson, Rob't 
Vanslet, Abram 
Hendricks, EJdw. 
Bradshaw, John L. 
McLean, J. C. 
Clarke, W. E. 
Anderson, Gus. E. 
Warner, Walt. B. 
Dunn, Thos. 
Randall, A. E. 
Culp, Hamilton 
Pickell, E. S. 
Bennett, Geo. J. 
Gordon, D. G. 




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THE TIEDTKE BROS. CO. 

Largest Table Supply House in America 

JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF 

FRESH and SALT MEATS, LARD 

PROVISIONS, FISH, POULTRY and GAME 

Second and Third Floor 

Dry Goods, Notions, Etc., Dishes, Cutlery, 

Hardware, and in fact all goods 

pertaining to the kitchen 

Special Attention Given to 

Mattresses, Pillow Cases, Toweling, Sheets, 

Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings 



All Goods Delivered by Naphtha Launch 



MARINE SUPPLIES 

SPECIAI, ATTENTION GIVEN TO NIGHT CAIyLS 



When Store is closed Phone Bell Forrest 1629, Main 3561 

408-410 Summit St. TOLEDO, OHIO 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1527 TO 1644 INCLUSIVE 



65 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1527 


6 


HendrickKen, Otto 


1587 


4 


1528 


4 


Pringle, RoVt C. 


1588 


4 


1529 


4 


Ennes, Everett S. 


1589 


4 


1530 


3 


McGannon, Wm. P. 


1590 


2 


1531 


14 


Brown, Nelson 


1591 


2 


1533 


4 


Wood, J. S. 


1592 


7 


1534 


8 


Dupiue, Frederic A. 


1593 


4 


1534 


6 


Jones, Warren 


1595 


4 


1536 


3 


Evans, Rob't T. 


1596 


4 


1538 


4 


Murdock, John A. 


1597 


7 


1539 


6 


Dority, Fra.nk A. 


1599 


6 


1540 


7 


Carr, Whitney 


1600 


7 


1541 


7 


Pocock, Henry A. 


1602 


7 


1542 


4 


Buchanan, James 


1603 


3 


1547 


7 


Hosner, V. L. 


1604 


3 


1548 


7 


Webster, Chas. T. 


1605 


3 


1549 


4 


McElwen, Henry W. 


1606 


8 


1550 


4 


Simmons, Thos. G. 


1607 


3 


1552 


6 


Garrity, Thomafl 


1608 


3 


1553 


4 


Holdridge, George 


1609 


2 


1554 


1 


Doohen, John B. 


1610 


1 


1555 


2 


Hughes, Henry S. 


1612 


7 


1557 


4 


McGarry, George 


1616 


8 


1559 


9 


Lohr, John M. 


1617 


3 


1561 


6 


McSha-ne, Daniel W. 


1619 


3 


1562 


1 


Milne, John 


1620 


4 


1563 


4 


Conkey, Chaiies M. 


1621 


4 


1566 


6 


DoClos, Napoleon 


1622 


4 


1568 


3 


Green, Arnold 


1623 


7 


1569 


7 


Archer, Arthur A. 


1625 


7 


1572 


4 


Moore, Frank 


1628 


3 


1573 


1 


Boggan, Moses 


1629 


2 


1574 


3 


Strahan, Louis F. 


1631 


7 


1576 


9 


Fox, J. C. 


1632 


7 


1577 


4 


Burt, George G. 


1635 


6 


1578 


1 


Kelley, Andrew 


1637 


4 


1580 


4 


Meeker, S. E. 


1638 


3 


1582 


7 


Merckel, C. G. 


1639 


3 


1584 


1 


Buckley, J. 


1641 


4 


1585 


7 


Gatfleld, E. D. 


1643 


7 


1586 


14 


West, Fred A. 


1644 


7 



Name 

Millikin, Wm. 
Grashaw, Walter 
Bums, T. C. 
Randall, FYank 
Thompson, W. F. 
Bain, A. J. 
Wilman, Dan 
Girardin, W. L. 
Gustafson, Peter 
Wilkinson, Chas. 
Coon, Geo. 
Girardin, D. C, Jr. 
Holt, James G. 
Johnson, Carl 
Johnson, Martin 
Bright, W. T. 
Kendall, Geo. B. 
Peterson, T. J. 
Evans, John 
Carlisle, Theo. J. 
Barclay, John 
Hansen, John T. 
McDonald, G. W. 
Lang, Julius 
McQueen, W. A. 
Ames, G. W. 
Walper, Henry 
Moore, S. S. 
Norvell, Walker 
Kennedy, James 
Woerpel, H. 
iFowler, Thomas 
McCarthy, John 
Barnes, Chas. E. 
Redner, Elmer E. 
Dawley, W. W. 
Shea, Jos. A. 
Willett, C. W. 
Anderson, P. A. 
Yates, Wm. H. 
Lrtidington, Lewis 



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The M. I. Wilcox Co. 

Ve-s-sel and 

STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES 

Oils, Waste, Packing, Grease, Cordage, 
Hose, Mooring Lines, Etc. 



Full Stock of WIRE ROPE 
BRIDQBPORT STANDARD PAINTS 



Cover more surface, wear long^er and 
look better than any other paints 

SAIL LOFT 

We make everything: made of canvas 



The M. 1. Wilcox Co. 



210 to 216 Water Street 



TOLEDO, OHIO 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1647 TO 1757 INCLUSIVE 



67 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1647 




Welnheimer, E. W. 


1705 


1 


1648 




Shaw, Edward L. 


1706 


3 


1649 




Weinheimer, E. J. 


1707 


7 


1650 




Kerr, Harry 


1709 


4 


1651 




Brooks, Wm. H. 


1710 


4 


1652 




McDonald, J. A. 


1711 


4 


1653 




Gebhard, F. R. 


1712 


4 


1654 




Stevenson, Thos. 


1713 


4 


1661 


2 


Knapp, R. H. 


1714 


4 


1664 


2 


Crooker, D. M. 


1715 


8 


1667 


12 


Pierce, W. L. 


1717 


1 


1668 


2 


Ditzel, Henry E. 


1719 


1 


1669 


1 


Watson, C. W. 


1720 


4 


1670 


1 


Dniry, John B. 


1721 


8 


1672 


14 


Doner, James 


1722 


3 


1673 


7 


Brown, Claud D. 


1723 


1 


1675 


4 


Mooney, Wm. 


1724 


3 


1676 


9 


Sullivan, N. M. 


1725 


7 


1677 


2 


Stevenson, Wm. 


1726 


1 


1678 


6 


Lee, Iver M. 


1727 


1 


1679 


4 


Fowlie, Andrew 


1728 


1 


1680 


3 


Taylor, Edward 


1730 


2 


1682 


3 


MoCauley, C. 


1732 


2 


1683 


7 


Dorry, Benj. B. 


1733 


10 


1684 


2 


Geel, Guy G. 


1734 


10 


1685 


4 


Massey, S. B. 


1736 


10 


1687 


1 


Koch, Robert 


1737 


10 


1688 


7 


Leonard, Roy M. 


1738 


10 


1689 


7 


Autterson, Chae. 


1739 


10 


1690 


6 


Kearus, Chas. J. 


1740 


10 


1691 


6 


Brownell, Jos. A. 


1741 


10 


1692 


4 


Stanley, Edward 


1743 


10 


1694 


7 


Morrison, J. N. 


1745 


10 


1695 


1 


Miller, Chas. F. 


1746 


10 


1696 


6 


Clausson, Gus T. 


1748 


10 


1698 


4 


Bell, G. A. 


1749 


10 


1698 


3 


Meyer, Gust. 


1753 




1700 


3 


Anderson, Alex. A. 


1754 




1701 


3 


Atkinson, Gus E. 


1756 




1702 


4 


Moore, Win. E. 


1756 




1704 


4 


Mason, Chas. D. 


1757 





Name 

Acton, Joseph 
Trodahl, H. H. 
Hormig, Wm. F. 
Talbot A. J. 
Robinson, John W. 
Reid, Wm. C. 
Storey, Wm. J. 
Morton, Edw. R. 
Birmingham, Jae. 
Booth, Wm. H. 
Crawford, Geo. B. 
Donahue, Joseph 
Olsen, Oscar 
Hetherington, N. M. 
Weaver, Geo. W. 
Gibson, James 
Morgan, M. F. 
McDonald, John A. 
O'Hagan, John 
Broderick, Benj. 
Hefferman, Jas. 
Crockett, Tyler J. 
Sawyer, E. S. 
Anderson, S. V. 
Leonard, M. A. 
Murphy, H. A. 
Nelson, Chas. O. 
Powers, John J. 
Dunn, Chas. A. 
Nelson, A. C. 
Russell, Henry 
Stitt, Wm. J. 
Smith, John J. 
Kinch, Geo. H. 
Maltby, Wm. G. 
Woods, Wm. V. 
O'Hagan, Hugh 
Hanley, Chas. C. 
Rolseng, Iver 
Holmberg, Henry 
McLaren, Benj. C. 



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TRANSPORTATION 

==^= AND = 

VESSEL AGENTS 



1004-6 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Milwaukee 

Telephone Main 3907 



Kowalsky Hardware Co. 



HARDWARE 

AND MANUFACTURERS 
OF TIN WORK FOR 

Marine Trade Especially 



Phone Grand 236 



6057 Grand Ave. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1760 TO 1867 INCLUSIVE 



69 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1760 


1 


Hefferman, T. N. 


1811 


1 


1760 


1 


Bennett, Chias. D. 


1812 


1 


1761 


1 


McMaugh, Aroliie A. 


1814 


1 


1762 


1 


Wilkinson, Rob't B. 


1815 


7 


1763 


6 


Mackey, Melvin 


1816 


4 


1765 


6 


Larson, N. L. 


1817 


1 


1766 


14 


Doner, Thos. F. 


1818 


6 


1767 


2 


Johnston, Martin 


1819 


6 


1768 


2 


Brown, Chas. D. 


1820 


14 


1769 


11 


Stewart, Mil'rd M. 


1821 


4 


1770 


11 


Stewart, 3^». P. 


1822 


4 


1771 


11 


Galton, F. D. 


1826 


7 


1772 


11 


Kendall, Douglas 


1827 


7 


1773 


11 


Heminger, F. R. 


1829 


7 


1774 


11 


Little, Nelson T. 


1830 


7 


1776 


11 


Kenworthy, Sam'l 


1832 


7 


1778 


11 


Moore, S. D. 


1833 


6 


1779 


11 


Grant, Theo. 


1834 


14 


1780 


11 


Smith, Sidney H. 


1836 


2 


1781 


11 


Mitchell, Alvln 


1836 


14 


1783 


11 


Ames, Wjm, J. 


1837 


8 


1784 


3 


Simons, John 


1838 


8 


1785 


7 


Klinger, Geo. N. 


1841 


8 


1786 


7 


Hackett, Thos. H. 


1842 


8 


1787 


7 


DeNike, Lee C. 


1843 


4 


1788 


1 


Patterson, R. C. 


1844 


1 


1789 


4 


Logan, John A. 


1845 


1 


1790 


1 


Massey, Cheeter 


1848 


8 


1791 


8 


Marcero, Charles 


1851 


7 


1792 


n 
I 


Peltier, Rob't D. 


1851 


10 


1793 


2 


Johnston, Jas. 


1852 


7 


1795 


4 


Thompson, M. S. 


1854 


n 
I 


1798 


7 


Judson, H. W. 


1855 


n 
I 


1799 


10 


McDonald, John 


1857 


3 


1800 


10 


Loveless, Fred 


1858 


3 


1801 


3 


MacMillan, John 


1860 


6 


1803 




Dumey, John 


1861 


6 


1804 




Nelson, Olaf 


1863 


10 


1807 




Perew, Frank D. 


18iB5 


4 


1809 




Lucas, W. J. 


1866 


4 


1810 




McClinton, W. D. 


1867 


1 



Name 

Heaney, John C. 
Davis, Henry J. 
McLeod, Dugald 
Fox, Chas. 
Allen, Merton G. 
Montgomery, Jno. A. 
Oakley, James 
Cams, Edward 
Hollingshead, John 
Moore, Geo. W. 
Weiitzman, C. A. 
Pearson, John J. 
Bums, Geo. C. 
Nesbit, W. K. 
Byers, J. Clarke 
Honner, G. W. 
McCauley, Chas. 
Hayward, Geo. 
Millard, Wm. L. 
Lowes, Jos. H. 
Williamson, P. L. 
Fehmer, Otto 
Young, Alex. 
Recor, Rob't Jas. 
Ritchie, W. S. 
Clarke, Jas. M. 
Chilson, W. E. 
Recor, Edgar O. 
Huntoon, Fred A. 
Delaney, Geo. J. 
Jagenow, Wm. 
McKay, Daniel 
Stuart, Thos. J. 
McKenzie, Ken. 
Post, Samuel G. 
Olson, Samuel 
Oavanaugh, J. F. 
Kiah, David, Jr. 
Noble, John 
McLeod, D. W. 
Abel, Wm. 



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= AND ■-— 

VESSEL AGENTS 



1004-6 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Milwaukee 



Telephone Main 3907 



Kowalsky Hardware Co. 



HARDWARE 

AND MANUFACTURERS 
OF TIN WORK FOR 

Marine Trade Especially 



Phone Grand 236 



6057 Grand Ave. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1760 TO 1867 INCLUSIVE 



69 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodee 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1760 


1 


Hefferman, T. N. 


1811 


1 


1760 


1 


Bennett, Chas. D. 


1812 


1 


1761 


1 


McMaugh, Aroliie A. 


1814 


1 


1762 


1 


Wilkinson, Rob't B. 


1815 


7 


1763 


6 


Mackey, Melvin 


1816 


4 


1765 


6 


Larson, N. Im 


1817 


1 


1766 


14 


Doner, Thos. F. 


1818 


6 


1767 


2 


Johnston, Martin 


1819 


6 


1768 


2 


Brown, Chas. D. 


1820 


14 


1769 


11 


Stewart, MiFrd M. 


1821 


4 


1770 


11 


Stewart, Jas. P. 


1822 


4 


1771 


11 


Galton, F. D. 


1826 


7 


1772 


11 


Kendall, Douglas 


1827 


7 


1773 


11 


Heminsger, F. R. 


1829 


7 


1774 


11 


Little, Nelson T. 


1830 


7 


1776 


11 


Kenworthy, Sam'l 


1832 


7 


1778 


11 


Moore, S. D. 


1833 


6 


1779 


11 


Grant, Theo. 


1834 


14 


1780 


11 


Smith, Sidney H. 


1836 


2 


1781 


11 


Mitchell, Alvin 


1836 


14 


1783 


11 


Ames, Wjm, J. 


1837 


8 


1784 


3 


Simons, John 


1838 


8 


1785 


7 


Klinger, Geo. N. 


1841 


8 


1786 


7 


Hackett, Thos. H. 


1842 


8 


1787 


7 


DeNike, Lee C. 


1843 


4 


1788 


1 


Patterson, R. C. 


1844 


1 


1789 


4 


Logan, John A. 


1845 


1 


1790 


1 


Massey, Cheeter 


1848 


8 


1791 


8 


Marcero, Charles 


1851 


7 


1792 


7 


Peltier, Rob't D. 


1851 


10 


1793 


2 


Johnston, Jas. 


1852 


7 


1795 


4 


Thompson, M. S. 


1854 


7 


1798 


7 


Judson, H. W. 


1855 


7 


1799 


10 


McDonald, John 


1857 


3 


1800 


10 


Loveless, Fred 


1858 


3 


1801 


3 


MacMillan, John 


1860 


6 


1803 




Dumey, John 


1861 


6 


1804 




Nelson, Olaf 


1863 


10 


1807 




Perew, Frank D. 


18iB5 


4 


1809 




Lucas, W. J. 


1866 


4 


1810 




McClinton, W. D. 


1867 


1 



Name 

Heaney, John C. 
Davis, Henry J. 
McLeod, Dugald 
FOX, Chas. 
Allen, Merton G. 
Montgomery, Jno. A. 
Oakley, James 
Cams, Edward 
Hollingshead, John 
Moore, Geo. W. 
Weiitzman, C. A. 
Pearson, John J. 
Bums, Geo. C. 
Nesbit, W. K. 
Byers, J. Clarke 
Honner, G. W. 
McCauley, Chas. 
Hayward, Geo. 
Millard, Wm. L. 
Lowes, Jos. H. 
Williamson, P. L. 
Fehmer, Otto 
Young, Alex. 
Recor, Rob't Jas. 
Ritchie, W. S. 
Clarke, Jas. M. 
Chilson, W. E. 
Recor, Edgar O. 
Hun toon, Fred A. 
Delaney, Geo. J. 
Jagenow, Wm. 
McKay, Daniel 
Stuart, Thos. J. 
McKenzie, Ken. 
Post, Samuel G. 
Olson, Samuel 
Cavanaugh, J. F. 
Kiah, David, Jr. 
Noble, John 
McLeod, D. W. 
Abel, Wm. 



T 



70 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



CUMBERLAND HOTEL 

R. C. McDowell, Manager 

Largest and best equipped Billiard 
and Pool Room in the City. ^ A 
call will convince you that we 
should have your patronage. : 



102 S. Cnmherland St Port Arthur, Ont 



The Leading Drug Store 

We want your patronage for Drugs, Patent Medicine 

Confectionery, Cigars. 

The Best Line Fishing Tackle 

Checks cashed. Money Orders, Stamps, Photo Sup- 
plies, Developing and Printing. 

Be sure and get one of our Photo Cards. 

A. L SMITH & CO., Ud. 

PHONE 277 Prescription Druggist 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1872 TO 1996 INCLUSIVE 



71 



Pen- 






Pen- 




naint Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1872 


6 


Stufflebeam, John A. 


1941 


6 


1873 


6 


Mclsaac, Neil 


1942 


6 


1874 


6 


Crawford, John G. 


1943 


6 


1878 


6 


Hoxie, A. K. 


1945 


1 


1879 


6 


LaFleur, Wm. H. 


1946 


9 


1880 


7 


Williscroft, John E. 


1947 


9 


1884 


6 


EQays, John C. 


1948 


8 


1885 


6 


Evanfion, Arnold 


1949 


14 


1886 


3 


Evans, Edw. 


1950 


14 


1887 


4 


Holmes, A. W. 


1951 


2 


1888 


7 


Ogden, B. F. 


1952 


14 


1890 


10 


Casey, Henry 


1953 


14 


1892 


1 


Apsey, A. W. 


1954 


4 


1893 


7 


Woodgrlft, Chfls. H. 


1955 


9 


1896 


7 


Palmer, Alfred J. 


1956 


6 


1897 


7 


Sauer, Geo. 


1957 


10 


1899 


7 


MacAulay, Geo. 


1958 


10 


1901 


7 


I^ightbody, J. 


1959 


1 


1902 


8 


Utley, R. Z. 


1960 


8 


1903 


8 


Beall, A. R. 


1961 


7 


1904 


8 


Mitchell, Dana R. 


1962 


1 


1904 


6 


Alexander, Algie 


1963 


1 


1905 


6 


Sanders, H. L. 


1964 


14 


1906 


6 


Jenkyn, Alex. 


1967 


8 


1907 


6 


Zwerrier, Everett 


1970 


6 


1908 


6 


Cart Wright, Peter 


1973 


4 


1909 


3 


Jaenke, Herman M. 


1974 


3 


1910 


3 


Berensten, Jacob 


1975 


3 


1911 


10 


Gamash, Frederick J. 


1976 


1 


1914 


11 


Warner, W. E. 


1977 


9 


1915 


14 


Kenyon, Wm. S. 


1978 


9 


1916 


9 


Adams Joseph 


1979 


6 


1917 


9 


Zeim, Wm. C. 


1981 


3 


1919 


14 


Meno, Frank L. 


1987 


7 


1920 


n 
I 


Gleaaon, John F. 


1988 


n 


1924 


14 


Hayward, E. H. 


1989 


6 


1926 


1 


Mallory, R. A. 


1990 


8 


1930 


2 


Cooper, J. E. 


1991 


10 


1933 


6 


Walle, Martin 


1994 


7 


1936 


6 


Richardson, Frank 


1995 


1 


1937 


n 
I 


McGowen, Hugh L. 


1996 


3 



Name 

Marsh, Sidney O. 
Tulledge, Bernard 
Thorsen, Louis 
Bums, James 
Holman, Henry 
Rose, Otto 
Ames, Francis C. 
Conlin, Thos. N. 
Rinn, J. B. 
Foster, John 
Smith, Alex. C. 
Autterson, Joe. W. 
Cowie, Andrew 
Warner, Raymond 
Voight, A. C. 
Stitt, James Monroe 
Stitt, Geo. P. 
Sexsmith, Sam'I 
Baird, John D. 
CannoUy, James T. 
Myers, Ralph D. 
Heppner, Philip 
Morse, A. R. 
Lavely, L. J. 
Franklin, W. E. 
Malott, J. W. 
Fischer, Robert 
Eger, W. W. 
Johnson, Alfred 
Cornwall, Alton W. 
Millard, Ralph B. 
Thrasher, Chas. R. 
Pardee, J. F. 
Davie, David W. 
Jones, Charles A. 
Ericksen, Henry 
McNeill, Walter H. 
Travis, Frederick 
Ernest, Chas. W. 
Morin, Thomas F. 
Leith, Wmx R. 



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Cooks Sail 
by Courses 



Bven Cooks sail by charts and 
swear by certain range lights. 



If the cook on your boat watches the 
" little things " he knows that Diamond 
Crystal Salt flavors food more perfectly and 
conforms to the highest standard of purity. 



Each bag carries our slogan : "The Salt 
That's All Salt." Ask your cook to steer 
by that slop:an and have him keep the salt 
shakers on your table supplied with Diamond 
Crystal Salt. 



Diamond Crystal Salt Co. 

Saint Claire, Mich. 



PENNANT NUMBERS 1997 TO 2110 INCLUSIVE 



73 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


1997 


2 


Farley, Edward J. 


2057 


4 


1998 


2 


Krenkel, Chas. F. 


2058 


4 


1999 


2 


McDonald, J. E. 


2059 


3 


2000 


8 


Langell, Leonard P. 


2061 


3 


2001 


4 


Weaver, Jas. T. 


2063 


3 


2002 


4 


DiiTin, P. H. 


2064 


12 


2003 


10 


Dessert, Wm. G. 


2065 


6 


2004 


3 


Hansen, Hans 


2066 


4 


2005 


3 


Llndale, T. T. 


2067 


3 


2006 


1 


Rinn, Wm. 


2068 


3 


2007 


1 


Ernest, Frank H. 


2069 


14 


2010 


3 


Morrison, Dougal 


2070 


11 


2011 


1 


Wiener, Fred E. 


2071 


11 


2012 


1 


Lavell, Nels. 


2072 


1 


2014 


1 


Jansen, Jacob C. 


2073 


1 


2016 


1 


McFadden, W. L. 


2074 


12 


2019 


11 


Galton, J. W. 


2076 


10 


2022 


2 


Frlley, Herman W. 


2078 


8 


2023 


12 


Swenson, Albert 


2079 


7 


2024 


12 


Jones, Albert M. 


2080 


7 


2025 


12 


Glockle, M. B. 


2081 


3 


2027 


12 


Slater, Fred R. 


2082 


1 


202S 


12 


Chamberlain, Wm. B. 


2084 


12 


2030 


12 


Fox, Henry 


2085 


12 


2032 


12 


Doberty, John E. 


2088 


7 


2034 


12 


Brower, Harry F. 


2091 


8 


2037 


12 


Glenn, Martin E. 


2092 


4 


2038 


12 


Lloyd, Walter S. 


2093 


4 


2039 


12 


Murphy, Oswald 


2094 


3 


2041 


12 


Hoy, W. E. 


2095 


2 


2042 


12 


Green, Chas. H. 


2096 


4 


2043 


12 


Sullivan, D. T. 


2098 


11 


2044 


12 


Johnson, Henry 


2099 


3 


2046 


12 


McDougall, Thos. 


2100 


12 


2047 


11 


Atkinson, Geo. Ame. 


2101 


6 


2048 


3 


Elliott, Charles A. 


2103 


14 


2049 


1 


Green, Joseph M. 


2104 


14 


2050 


1 


Van Natta, Chas. F. 


2105 


14 


2053 


6 


Palm, Edward 


2106 


14 


2053 


6 


Peterson, Frank J. 


2107 


14 


2055 


1 


Coughlin, Michael 


2110 


14 



Name 

Campbell, John 
Dodffe, Wm. J. 
Crawford, J. M. 
Johnson, Geo. E. 
Byork, Oscar C. 
Clegg, Harry J. 
Rosie, William 
Zeland, Thomas J. 
Van Velzen, H. 
Thayer, C. R. 
EHnnegan, Herbert 
Stewart, Harry W. 
Campbell, R. 
Worden, Scott 
Wiebe, Fred 
Gallagher, B. J. 
Woods, Arthur F. 
Burrows, Arthur W. 
Sullivan, Wm. E. 
Ellis, Claude A. 
Upham, Lucien 
Hutchins, H. J. 
England, Edward F. 
Hansen, Hans C. 
Pauls, Frederick H. 
Laffrey, Delos 
Nelson, S. 
Tufverson, N. P. 
Campbell, Walter 
Warwick, Ernest W. 
McLachlan, Wm. H. 
Townsend, Chas. A. 
Matson, Sigfred W. 
Gallagher, James H. 
Cook, Jacob F. 
Campbell, Robert 
Autterson, John 
HJartman, Augustus 
Burk, Jos. C. 
Brines, Jesse M^ 
Hamilton, Wm. L. 



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CANADIAN TDWINB AND WRECKING COMPANY 



TUGS LIGHTERS 

Janies Wbalen Divers Empire 

J. D. Morrison Steam Pumps Province 

A, F. Bowman Air Compressors Imperial 
and others 

Ml Ughtiri Flttid wHh WIrtltti Alwayi Riady 

General Lake Servite and Harbor Towing 
FORT WILUAH, ONT. PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 



PENNANT NUMBERS 2111 TO 2205 INCLUSIVE 



75 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


2111 


1 


Larson, Jolm A. 


2160 


4 


2112 


6 


Miller, Christian 


2161 


4 


2114 


12 


Greene, .Peter 


2162 


4 


2116 


4 


Hughes, Joseph 


2163 


2 


2117 


4 


Glen, Alexander 


2164 


14 


2118 


11 


Morrison, E. R. 


2165 


11 


2120 


11 


Roe, Stephen J. 


2166 


3 


2121 


3 


McCllntock, John 


2167 


3 


2122 


6 


Grimm, Otto C. 


2170 


6 


2123 


6 


Thorpe, John 


2171 


1 


2124 


6 


Mellan, Gunerius 


2172 


1 


2127 


7 


Sullivan, Thos. D. 


2173 


12 


2128 


1 


Williams, W. W. 


2174 


12 


2129 


1 


McCorkell, Wm. H. 


2175 


12 


2130 


8 


Wellhousen, H. C. 


2176 


4 


2131 


4 


Sturtev-ant, Fred C. 


2177 


6 


2132 


12 


Nelson, F. E. 


2178 


14 


2133 


8 


Plotter, Chas. L. 


2179 


14 


2134 


4 


Neville, R. J. 


2180 


12 


2135 


4 


Van Duskirk, John 


2181 


12 


2136 


9 


TiRmh, Harry 


2183 


14 


2137 


9 


Slavin, James F. 


2184 


6 


2138 


4 


Pringle, Walter R. 


2187 


1 


2140 


8 


Henry, A. W. 


2188 


1 


2141 


4 


Dunn, W. R. 


2189 


2 


2143 


10 


Russell, Frank P. 


2190 


2 


2144 


7 


Morrison, Alvin A. 


2191 


2 


2145 


7 


McDougall, Wm. L. 


2192 


11 


2146 


7 


Loughlin, Geo. F. 


2193 


11 


2147 


7 


Perrault, Albert 


2194 


12 


2149 


14 


Jerome, Willis R. 


2195 


7 


2130 


14 


Brines, Samuel 


2196 


7 


2151 


14 


Doner, George R. 


2197 


7 


2152 


14 


Chambers, D. G. 


2198 


4 


2153 


14 


Aitken, H. J. 


2199 


4 


2154 


3 


Emersen, S. R. 


2199 


7 


2156 


3 


Seiderla.nd, F. A. 


2200 


15 


2157 


12 


Cole, Martin 


2201 


8 


2158 


12 


Elden, Otto J. 


2203 


15 


2158 


2 


Montgomery, George 


A-2204 


15 


2159 


4 


Collins, Allen 


2205 


15 



Name 

Wade, Frederick J. 
McDonald, John J. 
Wendorf, H. 
Thody, Fred W. 
Mussman, A. 
Perkins, Horace L. 
Anderson, Herbert E. 
Madden, John H. 
Andrews, Andrew 
Campbell, Chas. 
Delaney, Wm. F. 
Lyons, Geo. A. 
MacLeod,. Andrew R. 
Seeley, Harrison D. 
Tilden, L. S. 
Roddy, Timothy 
Alexander, Robt. 
Albinson, 'Clarence R. 
Forbes, Arthur 
Lewis, Frank 
Linton, W. E. 
Holt, Carl A. 
Starkey, Mark J. 
Phillips, James J. 
Stockdale, Roy N. 
Sills, Arthur 
Ward, Peter 
Warner, Clarence W. 
Cole, F. S. 
Ege, Gustaf 
Littlejohn, Wm. 
Beauvais, Han^ 
McDonald, Fred 
Moes, W. H. 
Morrison, Wm. F. 
McLachlan, Donald 
McKay, Norman 
McCannel, J. 
McKay, M. 
McKay, Angus G. 
Mclntyre, R. 



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F. «. OUNCtH, Frit, ind Gan. Hgr. URSI CHESBHOUGH, (. Ptti. FHEO G. IRVIIIE. Sup). 
Hmh PIwm. ItRin T(SI Ml Pkm, Main Ml 

THE DUNCAN FORGE 

HEAVY FOniilllC AND ROUGH TURNrNC, MACHINISTS 

OIL, ARTESIAN WELL DRILLING AND 

FISHING TOOLS 

TOLEDO, OHIO 
THE VULCAN IRON WORKS CO. 

DREDGES. BOILERS. FORCINGS, MACHINISTS. ETC. 

GENERAL MACHINISTS and FOUNDERS 
MARINE REPAIRING and SHIPSMITHING 

Promptly Attended lo at all Times 
DAY OR NIGHT SOO FOOT DOCK FOK LANDING PURFOSES 

Office and Work*. 508 522 Water St. TOLEDO, OHIO 



PENNANT NUMBERS 2206 TO 2297 INCLUSIVE 



77 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


2206 


15 


Hogue, Archie 


2256 


7 


2207 


15 


Davis, J. F. 


2256 


7 


2208 


15 


Nolan, Dan 


2257 


3 


2209 


15 


Llclntyre, A. B. 


2258 


3 


2210 


15 


Barreth, N. 


2259 


2 


2211 


6 


Larsen, James L. 


2260 


6 


2212 


6 


Johnson, Oscar A. 


2261 


4 


2213 


8 


Langell, Thomas 


2262 


4 


2215 


6 


Gallagher, Lester A. 


2263 


6 


2216 


3 


Peterson, Ma,rtin 


2264 


16 


2221 


12 


Gunderson, G. 


2265 


16 


2222 


12 


Pratt, Frank C. 


2266 


16 


2224 


10 


Curran, John F. 


2267 


16 


2224 


4 


McAlpine, Hugh 


2268 


16 


2225 


8 


Miarcero, Arthur W. 


2269 


16 


2226 


6 


Kruwell, E. H. 


2270 


16 


2228 


4 


McGinnis, Geo. W. 


2271 


16 


2229 


4 


Rydholm, Carl A. 


2272 


16 


2230 


4 


Rourke, John 


2273 


16 


2232 


4 


Pitts, Oliver 


2275 


16 


2233 


15 


Pearson, John P. 


2276 


16 


2233 


15 


Cormett, Wm. E. 


2278 


16 


2234 


15 


Cormett, Da-niel F. 


2279 


7 


2235 


6 


Fowler,. Chrlsta C. 


2279 


16 


2237 


15 


McCoy, Norman J. 


2281 


9 


2239 


4 


Rinn, Charles 


2282 


4 


2239 


15 


Olstrom, G. C. 


2283 


6 


2240 


9 


Dagon, Dennis 


2284 


2 


2241 


2 


Jamison, Alex. W. 


2285 


16 


2242 


1 


HeaJy, James J. 


2286 


16 


2243 


2 


Lott, Edgar 0. 


2287 


12 


2244 


3 


MicGarity, Daniel J. 


2288 


12 


2245 


7 


Sloan, Bernard J. 


2289 


12 


2247 


4 


Kane, R. L. 


2290 


15 


2248 


15 


Leaney, Harry 


2291 


4 


2249 


15 


Bishop, Joseph 


2292 


4 


2251 


12 


Dyrness, Ole 


2293 


1 


2252 


12 


Hector, Fred C. 


2294 


1 


2253 


6 


Petroskey, Walter 


2295 


1 


2254 


4 


Durkee, W. W. 


2296 


1 


2255 


6 


Kiel, Wm. Theo. 


2297 


6 



Name 

Oman, Chas. H. 
Quinlan, Wm. 
Eaton, R. C. 
Risto, Ed. 
McMartin, Frank 
Leisk, Henry A. 
Rattray, E. Gordon 
Francis, Ijawrence . 
VanDyke, W. H. 
Bradden, John E. 
Gehl, Henry L. 
Ferguson, W. J. 
Marin, Oswald P. 
Morrison, Angus 
Richmond, U. G. 
Nuttall, Wm. . 
Nuttall, Robert E. 
Nuttall, Allen S. 
Taylor, Wm. J. 
B^der, Alexander 
Friday, Joseph 
McLeod, Norman J. 
Parsons, Jos. W. 
Friday, Harry 
Pocock, Robert J. 
DeLand, W. A. 
McCauley, John P. 
Myers, George F. 
Ganiock, W. 
Mclver, George 
Johns, John F. 
Pinney, Jesse 
Rankin, Arthur E. 
Batten, A. A. 
Johnson, Roy E. 
Gulp, John W. 
Barry, Fred 
Murphy, Charles 
Winter, John J. 
McPherson, A. J. 
Winkler, Herman 



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STEAMBOAT FUEL AT ASHTABDLA 

Large supplies of the BEST quality of 
fuel for steamers. Fuel scow with ele- 
vators and discharging spouts. Storage 
800 tous. Discharges into steamers while 
unloading. 



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PENNANT NUMBERS 2298 TO 2381 INCLUSIVE 



79 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


2298 1 


L4 


Cahours, Edward 


2340 


7 


2299 3 


L4 


Lawrence, Earl J. 


2341 


4 


2300 


4 


Levis, George 


2342 


3 


2301 ] 


LO 


Larosee, Hector 


2342 


4 


2302 ] 


LO 


Patenaude, Armand 


2343 


6 


2303 ] 


LO 


Robineau, Alban 


2344 


6 


2305 ] 


L7 


Burke, Roy 


2345 


17 


2306 ] 


L7 


Murphy, E. W. 


2347 


7 


2307 ] 


L7 


Carson, "Wbn. 


2348 


1 


2308 ] 


L7 


Madden, W. J. 


2349 


1 


2309 ] 


L7 


McLennan, Alex. 


2350 


1 


2310 1 


L7 


German, Frank 


2351 


12 


2311 •] 


L7 


Lavlgne, Wm. A. 


2352 


10 


2312 ] 


L7 


M>cIntosh, John A. 


2353 


6 


2313 ] 


L7 


Wilson, Roland J. 


2354 


17 


2314 ] 


L7 


Burke, Fred 


2355 


16 


2315 ] 


L7 


Cummlngham, Wm. J. 


2356 


16 


2316 ] 


L7 


Burke, E. F. 


2357 


16 


2317 ] 


L7 


Jewell, W. J. 


2358 


16 


2318 ] 


L7 


Hill, Ira D. 


2359 


16 


2319 ] 


L7 


Burke, David J. 


2360 


16 


2320 ] 


L7 


Hudson, Arthur A. 


2361 


16 


2321 ] 


L7 


Hudson, J. H. 


2362 


4 


2322 ] 


L7 


Laking, Albert E. 


2364 


6 


2323 1 


L7 


Legree, Joseph 


2365 


12 


2324 ] 


L7 


Napier, Joseph 


2366 


16 


2325 ] 


L7 


Stalker, Malcolm 


2367 


16 


2326 1 


L7 


NichollB, Bruce 


2368 


16 


2327 ] 


L7 


Dube, Edmond 


2369 


4 


2328 ] 


L7 


Burke, B. 


2370 


12 


2329 ] 


L5 


Frewer, Geo. D. 


2371 


4 


2330 ] 


L5 


Mlsner, Robt 


2372 


4 


2331 


3 


Emigh, Herbert W. 


2373 


4 


2334 ] 


L2 


Ditzel, Edw. J. 


2374 


12 


2335 ] 


L2 


Bourassa, Albert 


2375 


12 


2336 ] 


L2 


Gamer, Alfred D. 


2376 


12 


2336 


8 


Lockhart, Asa 


2377 


4 


2337 


4 


Amsbary, Walter F. 


2378 


4 


2338 


6 


Tilley, Robert G. 


2379 


7 


2339 ] 


LO 


Russell, Wm. R. 


2380 


4 


2340 


3 


Ferguson, James J. 


2381 


3 



Name 

MacDonald, Alex. 
Robinson, Frank 
Gellich, B. J. 
Leroy, Thomas G. 
Norteman, L. W. 
Tobin, Gordon 
Beatty, Wilbur 
Reilly, Wm. S. 
Harrison, Wood 
Williams, John E. 
Oliver, Percy 
Ness, Martin O. 
Lago, Thomas 
Solway, Severt A. 
Gould, C. E. 
McGinnis, John J. 
Scott, J. A. 
Smith, Edward R. 
Mclver, John 
Marcellias, W. C. 
Cassln, Josue 
McDonald, Angus 
Woodford, Roy F. 
Stufflebeam, Gerald B. 
Byers, John F. 
Garriock; James 
McDonald, Peter 
Alexander*, Wm, 
Christensen, C. S. O. 
Miunro, Wm. J., Jr. 
Gardner, Ghas. B. 
McCarthy, Patrick 
Scheible, Hernmdi J. 
Ege, Louis 
La Vaque, John C. 
Miller, Thos. 
Pilzer, W. J. 
Full, Peter 
McCarthy, J. P. 
Kentosh, M. J. 
Hillstrand, Herman 



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SAFETY and COURTESY 

ALWAYS UbO 



PENNANT NUMBERS 2382 TO 2404 INCLUSIVE 



81 



Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


2382 


1 


McKenzie, Alex. 


2383 


1 


Sellon, Daniel 


2384 


1 


Spaulding, Henry W. 


2385 


12 


Roberts, Burdette J. 


2386 


12 


Stemman, John J. 


2387 


3 


Topic, Peter 


2388 


3 


Oummdngs, Greorg© 


2389 


14 


Recor, Joseph F. 


2390 


4 


Slade, J. J. 


2391 


4 


Martin, Peter J. 


2392 


7 


Mitchell, Harry 



Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


2393 


12 


Gibson, Norman 


2394 


6 


Newbauer, Walter 


2395 


1 


Kennedy, John 


2396 


10 


Woods, James 


2397 


1 


Carr, James 


2398 


6 


Quackenbush, Emmet 


2399 


10 


Tooden, Frank 


2400 


3 


Brookhyser, Geo. 


2401 


15 


Campbell, Thomson 


2402 


17 


Beatty, A. W. 


2403 


4 


Bu&h, Chas. A. 


2404 


2 


Hayes, John B. 



OFFICERS OF SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Buffalo Lodge, No. 1: John A. Montgomery, president; Iver Rol- 
seng, first vice president; Thomas Stevenson, second vice president; 
Edward L. Shaw, secretary; John B. Hall, treasurer; Frank Gebhard, 
chaplain; Daniel Coughlin, marshal; James Burns, warden; Jeremiah 
Buckley, sentinel; delegate to Grand Lodge, John A. Montgomery; 
alternate, Iver Rolseng. 

Port Huron Lodge, No. 2: E. C. Ackers, president; D. M. Crooker, 
first vice president; Alex. Jamieson, second vice president; D. M. 
Sinclair, secretary-treasurer; E. C. Ackers, delegate to the Grand 
Lodge; H. Maitland, alternate. 

Chicago Lodge, No 3: J. F. Higgle, president; L. A. Rand, vice 
president; W. W. Egger, second vice president; Robt. Young, treas- 
urer; M. F. Morgan, secretary; C. H. Hubbard, delegate to Grand 
Lodge; L. A. Rand, alternate. 

Cleveland Lodge, No. 4: A. M. Williams, president; M. G. Allen, 
first vice president; W. Grashaw, second vice president; J. A. Holmes, 
secretary; F. L. Leckie, treasurer; C. R. Cleveland, marshal; G. L. 
Cottrell, chaplain; H. C. Eldridge, warden; F. Sturtevant, sentinel. 

Milwaukee Lodge, No 6: Frank A. Dority, president; Peter 
Cartwright, vice president; Arnold Evanson, second vice president; 
F. C. Maxon, treasurer; John McSweeney, secretary; Michael Dailey, 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



STEAMBOAT FDEL AT ASBTABULA 

Large supplies of the BEST quality of 
fuel for steamers. Fuel scow with ele- 
vators and discharging spouts. Storage 
800 tons. Discharges into steamers while 
unloading. 



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PENNANT NUMBERS 2298 TO 2381 INCLUSIVE 



79 



Pen- 






Pen- 




nant Lodge 


Name 


nant Lodge 


2298 


14 


Cahours, Edward 


2340 


7 


2299 


14 


Lawrence, Earl J. 


2341 


4 


2300 


4 


Levis, Geoi^e 


2342 


3 


2301 


10 


Larosee, Hector 


2342 


4 


2302 


10 


Patenaude, Armand 


2343 


6 


2303 


10 


Robineau, Alban 


2344 


6 


2305 


17 


Burke, Roy 


2345 


17 


2306 


17 


Murphy, E. W. 


2347 


7 


2307 


17 


Carson, "Wbn. 


2348 


1 


2308 


17 


Madden, W. J. 


2349 


1 


2309 


17 


McLennan, Alex. 


2350 


1 


2310 


17 


German, Frank 


2351 


12 


2311 


•17 


I-Avlgne, Wm. A. 


2352 


10 


2312 


17 


M>cIntosh, John A. 


2353 


6 


2313 


17 


Wilson, Roland J. 


2354 


17 


2314 


17 


Burke, Fred 


2355 


16 


2315 


17 


Cummingha-TTi, Wm. J. 


2356 


16 


2316 


17 


Burke, E. F. 


2357 


16 


2317 


17 


Jewell, W. J. 


2358 


16 


2318 


17 


Hill, Ira D. 


2359 


16 


2319 


17 


Burke, David J. 


2360 


16 


2320 


17 


Hudson, Arthur A. 


2361 


16 


2321 


17 


Hudson, J. H. 


2362 


4 


2322 


17 


Tiaking, Albert E. 


2364 


6 


2323 


17 


Legree, Joseph 


2365 


12 


2324 


17 


Napier, Joseph 


2366 


16 


2325 


17 


Stalker, Malcolm 


2367 


16 


2326 


17 


NichollB, Bruce 


2368 


16 


2327 


17 


Dube, Edmond 


2369 


4 


2328 


17 


Burke, B. 


2370 


12 


2329 


15 


Frewer, Geo. D. 


2371 


4 


2330 


15 


Mlsner, Robt 


2372 


4 


2331 


3 


Emigh, Herbert W. 


2373 


4 


2334 


12 


Ditzel, Edw. J. 


2374 


12 


2335 


12 


Bourassa, Albert 


2375 


12 


2336 


12 


Gamer, Alfred D. 


2376 


12 


2336 


8 


Lockhjart, Asa 


2377 


4 


2337 


4 


Amsbary, Walter F. 


2378 


4 


2338 


6 


Tilley, Robert G. 


2379 


7 


2339 


10 


Russell, Wm. R. 


2380 


4 


2340 


3 


Ferguson, James J. 


2381 


3 



Name 

MacDonald, Alex. 
Robinson, Frank 
Gellich, B. J. 
Leroy, Thomas G. 
Norteman, L. W. 
Tobin, Gordon 
Beatty, Wilbur 
Reilly, Wm. S. 
Harrison, Wood 
Williams, John E. 
Oliver, Percy 
Ness, Martin O. 
Lago, Thomas 
Solway, Severt A. 
Gould, C. B. 
McGinnis, John J. 
Scott, J. A. 
Smith, Edward R. 
Mclver, John 
Marcelllas, W. C. 
Cassin, Josue 
McDonald, Angus 
Woodford, Roy F. 
Stufflebeam, Gerald E. 
Byers, John F. 
Garriock; James 
McDQuald, Peter 
Alexander*, Wm, 
Christensen, C. S. O. 
Miunro, Wm. J., Jr. 
Gardner, Ghas. B. 
McCarthy, Patrick 
Scheible, Hernwdi J. 
Ege, Louis 
La Vaque, John C. 
Miller, Thos. 
Pilzer, W. J. 
Full, Peter 
McCarthy, J. P. 
Kentosh, M. J. 
Hillstrand, Herman 



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PENNANT NUMBERS 2382 TO 2404 INCLUSIVE 



81 



Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


2382 


1 


McKenzie, Alex. 


2383 


1 


Sellon, Daniel 


2384 


1 


Spaulding, Henry W. 


2385 


12 


Roberts, Burdette J. 


2386 


12 


Stem man, John J. 


2387 


3 


Topic, Peter 


2388 


3 


Onmimdngs, Greorg© 


2389 


14 


Recor, Joseph F. 


2390 


4 


Slade, J. J. 


2391 


4 


Martin, Peter J. 


2392 


7 


Mitchell, Harry 



Pen- 






nant Lodge 


Name 


2393 


12 


Gibson, Norman 


2394 


6 


Newbauer, Walter 


2395 


1 


Ke<nnedy, John 


2396 


10 


Woods, James 


2397 


1 


Carr, James 


2398 


6 


Quackenbush, Emmet 


2399 


10 


Tooden, Frank 


2400 


3 


Brookhyser, Geo. 


2401 


15 


Oampbell, Thomson 


2402 


17 


Beatty, A. W. 


2403 


4 


Bu®h, Chas. A. 


2404 


2 


Hayes, John E. 



OFFICERS OF SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Buffalo Lodge, No. 1: John A. Montgomery, president; Iver Rol- 
seng, first vice president; Thomas Stevenson, second vice president; 
Edward L. Shaw, secretary; John B. Hall, treasurer; Frank Gebhard, 
chaplain; Daniel Coughlin, marshal; James Burns, warden; Jeremiah 
Buckley, sentinel; delegate to Grand Lodge, John A. Montgomery; 
alternate, Iver Rolseng. 

Port Huron Lodge, No. 2: E. C. Ackers, president; D. M. Crooker, 
first vice president; Alex. Jamieson, second vice president; D. M. 
Sinclair, secretary-treasurer; E. C. Ackers, delegate to the Grand 
Lodge; H. Maitland, alternate. 

Chicago Lodge, No 3: J. F. Higgle, president; L. A. Rand, vice 
president; W. W. Egger, second vice president; Robt. Young, treas- 
urer; M. F. Morgan, secretary; C. H. Hubbard, delegate to Grand 
Lodge; L. A. Rand, alternate. 

Cleveland Lodge, No. 4: A. M. Williams, president; M. G. Allen, 
first vice president; W. Grashaw, second vice president; J. A. Holmes, 
secretary; F. L. Leckie, treasurer; C. R. Cleveland, marshal; G. L. 
Cottrell, chaplain; H. C. Eldridge, warden; F. Sturtevant, sentinel. 

Milwaukee Lodge, No 6: Frank A. Dority, president; Peter 
Cartwright, vice president; Arnold Evanson, second vice president; 
F. C. Maxon, treasurer; John McSweeney, secretary; Michael Dailey, 



THE SKIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



The American Ship Building Co. 

Builders of 

IRON AND STEEL STEAMSHIPS 



C Marine and Stationary Engines, Marine, 
Stationary and Portable Boilers, High Class 
Engines and Boilers for Power Stations. 



OFFICE AND WOKS 

2017 VIADUCT, CLEVELAND, OHIO 



OFFICERS OF SUBORDINATE LODGES 83 

trustee, three years; Wm. Jamieson, chaplain; Henry Bennett, 
marshal; Harry A. Lelsk, warden; Otto Hendricksen, sentinel; F. A. 
Dorlty, delegate. 

Toledo Lodge. No. 9: Jas. McKlnley, president; H. Lamb, first 
vice president; R. J. Pocock, second vice president; E. G. Ashley, 
secretary and treasurer; H. N. Jex, chaplain; N. M. Sullivan, marshal; 
John Dunseith, warden; Otto Rose sentinel; A. W. "Stalker, delegate 
to Grand Lodge; E. G. Ashley, alternate. 

Ogdensburg Lodge, No. 10: F. P. Russell, president; Fred. Travis, 
first vice president; W. V. Woods, second vice president; M. A. 
Leonard, secretary and treasurer; W. J. Stitt, delegate to the Grand 
Lodge meeting; M. A. Leonard, alternate. 

Twin Ports Lodge, No. 12: C. H. Green, president; D. T. Sulli- 
van, first vice president; Wm. E. Hoy, second vice president; Albert 
Swenson, secretary and treasurer; Thos. A. McDougall, chaplain; 
Wm. B. Chamberlain, marshal; F. Slater, warden; Jesse Pinney, 
sentinel; D. T. Sullivan, delegate to Grand Lodge; Thos. A. Mc- 
Dougall, alternate. 

St. Clair Lodge, No. 14: Jos. Lowes, president; Joseph Autterson, 
first vice president; A. R. Morse, second vice president; Jos. Burk, 
chaplain; Richard O'Connor, treasurer; Frank L. Meno. secretary; 
Jno. T. Autterson, marshal; Thomas Conlin, warden; Earl Lawrence, 
sentinel; Joseph Lowes, Grand Lodge representative; Frank L. Meno, 
alternate. 

Owen Sound Lodge, No. 15: Capt. McKay, president; A. G. Mc- 
Kay, first vice president; D. F. Comett, second vice president; W. E. 
Comett, secretary; Geo. Pearson, chaplain; G. C. Ostrom, marshal; 
N. Barrett, sentinel; Jos. Bishop, financial secretary and treasurer; 
Geo. Waugh, warden. 

Thunder Bay Lodge. N',o. 16. William J. Ferguson, president; 
Norman J. McLeod, first vice president; John Bradden, second vice 
president; Oswald P. Marin, secretary and treasurer; Harry Friday, 
chaplain; Henry L. Gehl, marshal; William J. Taylor, warden; Wil- 
liam R. Staunton, sentinel; Geo. Stitt, delegate for Grand Council; 
O. P. Marin, alternate. 

Midland Lodge, No. 17: A. A. Hudson, president; Alex Mac- 
Lennan, first vice president; W. J. Madden, second vice president; 
R. J. Wilson, treasurer; W. A. Lavigne, fiinancial secretary; W. B. 
Kitchen, chaplain; A. E. Laking, marshal; W. C. Gidly, warden; Jos. 
Legree, sentinel. 



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J. P. BROGAN 



GROCER 

Marine Supplies 



1386-1388 25th Street N. W. 



TWO LAUNCH DELIVERIES 



Bell Phone, West 228 Cuyahoga Phone, Cent. 5458 



CLEVELAND, OHIO 



STATEMENT ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED 85 



STATEMENT SHOWING ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED BY LODGE 

DURING THE YEAR 1914 



Lodge No. 1 Buffalo $2158.00 

Lodge No. 2 Port Huron 1018.00 

Lodge No. 3 Chicago 1952.00 

Lodge No. 4 Cleveland 3586.00 

Lodge No. 6 Milwaukee 1636.00 

Lodge No. 7 Detroit 2526.00 

Lodge No. 8 Marine City 694.00 

Lodge No. 9 Toledo 606.00 

Lodge No. 10 Ogdensburg 490.00 

Lodge No. 11 Algonac 460 .00 

Lodge No. 12 Twin Ports 670.00 

Lodge No. 14 St. Clair 552.00 

Lodge No. 15 Owen Sound, Ont 290.00 

Lodge No. 16 Thunder Bay, Ont 292.00 

Lodge No. 17 Midland, Ont 302.00 



Total assessments $17232.00 

During the year 1914 eight assessments were called and fifteen 
claims paid. 



J. & R. WEIR, Lim. 

Engineers, Boilermakers & Machinists 

Stee! Boat Builders 

Nazareth aod Breooao Sts. MONTREAL, QUE. 



86 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



PITTSBURGH 
COAL CO. 



General Offices: 
Henry Oliver Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

lyake Shipping and Fuel Departments: 
Rockefeller Building, Cleveland, Ohio 

FUFL LIGHTERS AND 
LOADED DOCKS AT ALL 
LOWER LAKE PORTS 



Detroit River Fuel Dock, Sandwich, Ont. 
Lime Island Dock - Soo River 

North Pier Dock at - Chicago, Illinois 



WE HANDLE ONLY BEST GRADES OF 
PITTSBURGH & YOUGHIOGHENY COAL 



MEMBERSHIP IN EACH LODGE 



87 



MEMBERSHIP IN EACH LODGE 



Name No. of Lodge Good Standing 

Buffalo 1 140 

Port Huron 2 70 

Chicago 3 122 

Cleveland 4 228 

Milwaukee . 6 108 

Detroit 7 160 

Marine City 8 45 

Toledo 9 38 

Ogdensburg 10 35 

Algonac 11 28 

Twin Ports 12 48 

St. Clair 14 37 

Owen Sound 15 21 

Fort William 16 27 

Midland 17 24 

Toronto 18 

Total 1131 



Donnelly Wrecking & Salvage Co. 

Limited 

KINGSTON. ONTARIO 

Tugs, Lighters, Steam Pumps, Divers, etc. 
Supplied on Shortest Notice 



JOHN DONNELLY 
Pres. and Gen. Mgnr. 



Office Phone. 528 
Private Phones. 437 and 49 



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BRIGGS HOUSE 

Randolph and Fifth Avenue CHICAGO 

One Block from City Hall Square 

Location Most Central 



200 Modern Rooms 
Restaurant Facilities Unsurpassed 



Per Day, $1.00 and up; with Bath, $1.50 and up 



STATE BANK OF CHICAGO 

Corner LaSalle and Washington Streets 

Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $3,700,000 

3% Interest Paid on Savings 

OFFICERS 

ly. A. Goddard - - President Henry A. Haugran. Vice-President 
Henry S. Henschen - Cashier Frank I. Packard, Asst. Cashier 
Walter J. Cox - Asst. Cashier Edward A. Schroeder.Asst.Cash'r 
C. Edward Carlson Asst. Cashier Samuel E. Knecht - Secretary 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
David N. Barker 
Mgr. Jones & I«au£rhlin Steel Co. 
Theo. Freeman 
Retired Merchant 
Henry A. Haugan 

Vice-President 
Oscar H. Haugan 
Mgr. Real Estate I/>an Dept. 

Wm A. Peterson 
Proprietor Peterson Nursery 



J. J. Dau 
President Reid, Murdock & Co. 
ly. A. Goddard 
President 
H. G. Haugan 
Ex. Compt. C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co. 
A. I^anquist 
President I^anquist & Illsley Co. 
George E. Rickords 
Chicago Title & Trust Co. 
Moses J. Wentworth, Capitalist 
This bank now has to its credit 35 years of conservative banking, 
40,000 satisfied customers with over $25,000,000 of deposits. Your account 
is welcome whether small or large. 



DEATH CLAIMS PAID, YEAR 1914 89 



DEATH CLAIMS PAID, YEAR 1914 



Name 


Lodge No. Claim Paid 


Date of Death 


Am't. Pd. 


A. J. Greenley 




Feb. 9, 1914 


1-2-14 


$1000.00 


C. Rieley 




Feb. 24, 1914 


1-18-14 


1000.00 


A. Sommers 




Apr. 27, 1914 


11-9-13 


1000.00 


C. W. Lockwood 




May 12, 1914 


4-1-14 


1000.00 


G. R. Longly 




June 8, 1914 


5-10-14 


1000.00 


R. McDowell 




June 20, 1914 


4-17-14 


1000.00 


L. Willet 




June 20, 1914 


4-19-14 


1000.00 


F. Maitre 




Sept. 15, 1914 


8-18-14 


1000.00 


J. Q. Owen 




Oct. 2, 1914 


9-14-14 


1000.00 


W. Firby 


7 - 


Dec. 16, 1914 


10-18-14 


1000.00 


Jas. Gibson 




Dec. 16, 1914 


10-31-14 


1000.00 


J. B. Warner 




Dec. 16, 1914 


11-4-14 


1000.00 


P. O'Neil 




Dec. 16, 1914 


11-6-14 


1000.00 


A. Greer 




Dec. 16, 1914 


11-7-14 


1000.00 


J. P. Young 


ims paid 


Dec. 16, 1914 


11-16-14 


1000.00 


Total death cla 


$15000.00 



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Fresh Fruit and Vegetables (Foreign and Domestic) 
We also attend to your l^aundry 

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FOR TWENTY -THREE YEARS 

THE CLEVELAND 
PLAIN DEALER'S 



MARINE 



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OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE 
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REPORT OF MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 



91 



REPORT OF MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 



To the Grand Lodge Ship Masters' Assn. at Washington assembled: 

We, the Memorial Committee, submit the following: 

We are pleased to report a mercifully short record of fatalities 
among members of our association either through illness or in conse- 
quence of the hazardous vocation they so dauntlessly and cheerfully 
followed. Though deeply grateful that the bereavements are fewer 
in number those brothers who are taken from us will be truly missed 
and their places are memories faithfully preserved. 

We herewith respectfully submit names of the deceased: 

A. J. GRINLY W. T. PURLY 

CORNELIUS REILLY JAMES GIBSON 

H. H. CUMMINGS J. B. WARNER 

C. W. LOCKWOOD PATRICK O'NEIL 

G. R. LONGLY ALEX. GREER 

ROBT. Mcdowell j. p. young 

LUKE WILLET JOHN DISSET 
JAMES McAllister F. a. Oority, 

FRANK MAITRY J. H. Lowes, 

J. C. OWEN J. A. Montgomery. 



THOS. F. FISHER & SOIN 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

Fresh and Salt Meats of all kinds 

Beet Veal, Muttoa, Lamb, Pork 

Sausages and Poultry 



steamboat and Vessel Supplies 
R specialty 

RRBSCOTT. OIVT. 



All Orders Promptly 
attended to 



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Jn jK^nutrg 



Of Brother Shipmasters who have departed this life since the Association was Orsranized 



John A. Archer 

D. M. Becker 
J. P. McArthur 
Thomas Collins 
I. H. Andrews 
John Nelson 

P. J. Sexton 
J. P. Hodges 
John Cotton 
H. J. Hatch 
EMward Condon 
John Condon 
Thomas Riordan 
James Carlisle 
Benj. Chambers 
Henry Ellis 
John Keelin 
Robert Hayes 
Albert Meyers 
P. G. Minch 
Peter J. Kenney 
A. Muir 
A. W. Reed 
P. Ryan 

E. W. Dorsey 
E. K. Porter 
L. H. Weeks 
P. Woods 

W. B. Ladner 
H. A. Sisson 
H. B. Vosburgr 
George Scott 
Thomas Maytham 
E. M. Peck 
P. Shannon 
Jno. R. Gorman 
Thos. Harbottle 
James Frasier 
Louis Guthrie 
George W. Stoddard 
Albert Meswald 
T>. M. Jones 
James Webber 
Thomas Rowley 
R. E. Gain 
Ti^ T. Purcell 
William Carlisle 



N. Robinson 
Edward Kelley 
H. C. Little 
Alexander Read 
Smith Moore 
John C. Flor 
Thomas Hackett 
F^ed G. Boothman 
John Wilson 
Peter J. Girard 
Eugene Winchester 
John Cornish 
Thomas Beniteau 
Patrick Pardee 
Zach Sargisson 
Alpha Simons 
John R. Donahue 
J. B. McManus 
C. S. Geel 
W. H. Cowin 
W. S. Mack 
Byron Brown 
Lorenzo W. Cook 
Bernard Wilds 
David Critchett 
Wm. G. Turner 
Robt. Moore 
J. S. Lawton 
J. W. Parwell 
J. W. Martin 
Peter Cromley 
Thos. Cowan 
C. A. Peltier 
Thos. H. Stafford 
Wm. H. Wallace 
Daniel Jones 
James Snell 
Henry Root 
Chas. W. Black 
John N. Lundy 
John Freer 1 

Alvin Neal 

F. J. Cadotte ^ 

J. B. Pierce 
James Drake 
John C. Brown ; 

Delos Waite 



John S. Van Rensler 

D. H. Bryant 
Peter C. Bassett 
A. A. Cox 
Joseph Nicholson 

A. Morrison 
John W. Jordan 
Wm. Young 
Fred N. La Salle 
Albert Stewart 

F. J. McCabe 
James T^awless 
John Hagan 
John Hurley 
John T^onard 
Jos. L. Munger 
J. W. Moore 
Chas. Miner 
Morton H. Place 
W. H. Larrabee 
J. D. Mullen 
James Edgecomb 
Joseph Shackett 
Thomas Walker 
Wm. Rolls 

B. Saveland 
W. H. McNelly 
James Donegan 

E. T. Hawley 

F. D. Welcome 
P. Ryan 

Wm. Gumming 
Wm. Hutcheson 
W. R. Williams 

C. T. Morley 
Thos. Richardson 
William Cavers 
Martin Johnston 
Wm. Morse 
John Buie 

M. W. Gotham 
Henry Jeffrey 
'C. H. Lewis 
L. H. Waterbury 
J. C. Carry 
A. C. Reimers 
E. W. Haskins 



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B. C. Gray 

D. A. McLaugrhlin 
Henry Berlin 
Warren Morris 
W. W. Brown 
J. R. Sinclair 
Louis Ryerse 
Wm. Dickson 
Richard Neville 
Charles Brown 
P. W. Stanton 
R. H. White 
A. P. Clinton 
Edmund Fitzgerald 
J. Harrington 
John Jenkins 
John McCarthy 
James Parsons 
W. C. Godsell 
John Coulter 
J. C. Thompson 
P. A. Chalcraft 
Maurice Barrett 
Francis Nixon 
T. H. Howland 
Wm. Shanks 
P. A. Anderson 
James Doyle 
John McNefC 
Joseph S. Parsons 
FVank Nixon 

C. M. Davis 
Henry Dawson 
Charles McCrea 
George King 

T. C. Ellis 
Daniel Wall 
C. B. Chatterson 
James W. MiUen 
J. H. Green 
Harry Rodgers 
C. F. Moore 
Albert M. Gibbs 
Joseph HuUigan 
George H. Flood 
Robert Todd 
George M. Dennis 
Alex. Begg 
7 J. P. Goodale 
F, A. Wetmore 
Parian e McFarlane 
Thomas Jones 



W. A. Irvine 
David Curran 
Nelson Blair 
Thos. Ledden 
John Robertson 
W. S. Smith 
Henry Bennett 
S. A. Gilmore 
W. Mitchell 
Henry Bennett 
J. W. Nicholson 
S. H. Curry 
C. B. Crawford 
Alex. Clarke 
Wm. Crawford 
Dennis Driscoll 
M. Fitzgeralds 
P. E. Campbell 
J. S. Morrison 
S. A. Gilmore 
Charles Christie 
Hall Weimer 
George McDeod 
J. W. Isbester 
John Beckley 
Olof Christenson 
Charles K. Jackson 
Henry Gegoux 
Wm. Furtain 
Wm. Roach 
M. H. Murch 
C. C. Allen 
Wm. J. Leaver 
Chas. Mcintosh 
Lysander Davidson 
Geo. S. Stilphen 
H. W. Blue 
J. B. Hocrath 
Geo. F. Dayton 
Ed. Smades 
Elton E. Rattray 
Henry May 
Joseph A. Calbick 
Timothy Rahill 
Geo. W. Burtis 
Thos. Delargie 
Carlton Graves 
John N. Smith 
James Leitch 
John Wright 
Geo. PoUick 



Ed. C. Copeland 
Peter McCulloeh 
Wm. Mitchell 
Paul T. Weimar 
Chas. Christy 
James W. Comstock 
Paul Howell 
James Leisk 
Patrick Dowdell 
Jesse G. Hurlburt . 
W. E. Rice 
J. A. Ward 
H. C. Page 
Donald McLeod 
Gust Olsen 
Geo. Du Beau 
Homer Durand 
David Girardin 
M. J. Galvin 
T. M. Hough 
Martin Niland 
John S. McNeil 
L. R. Vance 
J. A. Landfair 
Alfred Eade 
T. A. EUery 
Paul V. Howell 
David Kelly 
T. J. Bell 
James Travis 
Andrew Peterson 
A. W. Dwelle 
Wm. McAlpine 
Thomas W. Otter 
J. C. Byers 

C. E. Little 

D. O. Bordeaux 
D. F. Cleveland 
John McNeil 

J. D. Peterson 
Joseph E. Yax 
J. A. Whiteside 
Fred Minor 
Edward Mooney 
Hugh O. Miller 
Peter Wex 
Hiram Still 
Louis Elliott 
Wm. Ohamberlin 
Samuel Atwood 
Wm. W. Shaw 



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Daniel McFarlane 
Peter Kilty 
Raymond Cazellis 
Jas. P. Godman 
Wm. J. Pringle 
Jas. Hogan 
Jas. A. Brown 
Geo. A. Brown 
Walter R. Brown 
John Crangle 
John McAvoy 
Samuel N. Murphy 
John Wilkinson 
Thomas Wilford 
A. A. Causley 
John McKeeghan 
H. A. Hagensen 
George E. Merritt 
Robert H. Brooks 
John Atwell 
Robert A. Lyons 
John C. Shaw 
James Bruce 
John Murray 
John A. Johnson 
John L. Griffin 
Robert J. Cowley 
William Gerlach 
George U. Wilson 
William T. Young 
Prank Freshetto 



T. J. Stephens 
I. I. Wulkie 
Nelson Little 
T. Lemay 
Peter Young 

E. B. Shay 

B. Moshier 
George McCuUagh 
Wm. H. Hoffman 
D. A. Kiah 

C. E. Sayre 
A. J. Kotcher 

D. C. Carrier 
H. Shackett 

F. A. Good ell 
J. F. Vaughn 

D. McFarlane 
A. Sinclair 

F. B. Higgle 
W. H. Decker 
P. Gutch 

R. E. Byrns 

G. Phillips 

C. A. Hartman, Jr. 

E. Morton 
J. L. Owen 

F. C. Watson 
W. A. Black 
R. Rowan 

A. Sommers 
E. A. Hill 



C. R. Ney 
Peter Peterson 
P. Kelley 
C. T. Bronson 
J. J. Doyle 
T. J. Tyre 
A. J. Huntoon 
W. G. Harrow 
J. W. Wescott 
Ed Tormey 
A. B. Miller 
James Skeldon 
W. P. Wheeler 
A. J. Grinly 
Cornelius Reilly 
H. H. Cummlngs 
C. W. Lockwood 
G. R. Longly 
Robt. McDowell 
Luke Willet 
James McAllister 
Frank Maitry 
J. C. Owen 
W. T. Purly 
James Gibson 
J. B. Warner 
Patrick O'Neil 
Alex. Greer 
J. P. Young 
John Disset 



LrPE SAVING STATIONS ON THE LAKES §5 



LIFE-SAVING STATIONS ON THE LAKES 



Lake Ontario 

Big Sandy — North side mouth of Big Sandy creek. 
Oswego — East side entrance of Oswego harbor. 
Charlotte — East side entrance of Charlotte harbor. 
Niagara — East side entrance of Niagara river. 

Lake Erie 

Buffalo — South side entrance of Buffalo harbor. 
Erie — North side entrance of Erie harbor. 
Ashtabula — West side of Ashtabula harbor. 
Fairport — West side entrance of Fairport harbor. 
Cleveland — West side entrance of Cleveland harbor. 
Marblehead — Point Marblehead, near quarry docks. 

Lake Huron 

Lake View Beach — Five miles north of Ft. Gratiot light. 
Harbor Beach — Inside Harbor Beach harbor. 
Point aux Barques — Near lighthouse. 

Port Austin — About two miles northeast of Port Austin and about 
two miles southeast of Port Austin reef light. 
Tawas — Near lighthouse. 
Sturgeon Point — Near lighthouse. 
Thunder Bay Island — ^West side of island. 
Middle Island — North end of the island. 
Hammond — Hammond's bay. 
Bois Blanc — About midway east side of island. 

Lake Superior 

Vermiliop — Ten miles west of Whitefish Point. 
Crisps — Eighteen miles west of Whitefish Point. 
Two Heart River — Near mouth of Two Heart river. 
Deer Park — Near mouth of Sucker river. 
Grand Marais, Mich. — West of harbor entrance. 
Marquette — Near lighthouse. 

Portage — Old Portage Lake ship canal, three-fourth mile from 
north end, on east bank. 

Duluth — On Minnesota point, upper Duluth. 



96 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Lake Michigan 

Beaver Island — Near lighthouse. 
Charlevoix — South side of harbor entrance. 
North Manitou Island — Near Pickards wharf. 
South Manitou Island — Near lighthouse. 
Sleeping Bear Point — Near Glen Haven. 
Point Betsie — Near lighthouse. 
Frankfort — South side entrance of harbor. 
Manistee — North side entrance of harbor. 
Grande Pointe au Sable — One mile south of light. 
Ludington — North side entrance of harbor. 
Pentwater — North side entrance of harbor. 
White River — North side entrance of White Lake. 
Muskegon — South side entrance of harbor, Port Sherman. 
Grand Haven — North side entrance of harbor. 
Holland — In the harbor, south side. 
South Haven — North side entrance of harbor. 
Saint Joseph — In the harbor, north side. 
Michigan City — East side entrance of harbor. 
South Chicago — North side entrance of Calumet harbor. 
Jackson Park — ^About seven miles S. by E. of Chicago river light. 
Old Chicago — In the harbor. 

Evanston — On the Northwestern University grounds. 
Kenosha — ^In the harbor, on Washington Island. 
Racine — In the ^harbor, adjoining light. 
Milwaukee — Near entrance of harbor, south side. 
Sheboygan — Entrance to harbor, north side. 
Two Rivers — ^North side entrance of harbor. 
Kewaunee — North side entrance of harbor. 
Sturgeon Bay Canal — Eastern entrance of canal, north side. 
Bailey's Harbor — On easterly side of harbor. 
Plum Island — Near northeast point of island, two miles north- 
west of Pilot Island light. 



CANALS FROM LAKES TO ATLANTrC 97 



CANALS FROM LAKES TO ATLANTIC 



The Canadian canals, which have made it possible for a vessel 
drawing 14 ft. of water to reach the Atlantic from the lakes, are 
as follows, beginning down the St. Lawrence river: Lachine canal, 
8% miles; Soulanges canal, 14 miles; Cornwall canal, 11 miles; Far- 
ran's Point canal, 1 mile; Rapid plat canal, 3 2-8 miles; Galops canal, 
71-3 miles; Welland canal, 26% miles; total, 72 2-8 miles. The River 
St. Lawrence with the system of canals established on its course 
above Montreal, and the lakes Ontario, Erie, St. Clair, Huron and 
Superior, with connecting canals, afford a course of water communica- 
tion extending from the Straits of Belle Isle to Port Arthur at the 
head of Lake Superior, a distance of 2,260 statute miles. The dis- 
tance to Duluth is 2,384 miles. From the Straits of Belle Isle, at 
the mouth of the St. Lawrence to Montreal, the distance is 986 miles. 
From Quebec to Montreal, the distance is 160 miles. Owing, to the 
shallowness of the waters on a portion of the river between these 
two places, particularly through Lake St. Peter, vessels drawing 
more than from 10 to 12 ft. were formerly barred from passage for 
the greater part of the season of navigation. In 1826 the question 
of deepening the channel was first definitely mooted, but it was not 
until 1844 that any dredging operations were begun. In that year 
the deepening of a new straight channel was commenced, but the 
scheme was abandoned in 1847. In 1851 the deepening of the present 
channel was begun. At that time the depth of the channel at low 
water was 10 ft. 6 in. By the year 1869 this depth had been increased 
to 20 ft., by 1882 to 25 ft., and by the close of 1888 the depth of 27^ 
ft. at low water was attained for a distance of 108 miles from Mon- 
treal to a point within tidal influence. This work is now being con- 
tinued by the government of Canada, which in 1888 assumed the in- 
debtedness incurred. The channel has a minimum width of 300 ft., 
extending to 550 ft., at points of curvature. It is lighted and buoyed. 

Montreal has by this work been placed at the head of ocean 
navigation and here the canal systems of the River St. Lawrence 
begin, overcoming the various rapids by which the river channel 
upward is obstructed, and giving access, through the St. Lawrence 
canals, the Welland canal, the great lakes and the Sault Ste. Marie 



98 THE SHrP MASTERS' ASSOCIATrON 

canal to the head of Lake Superior. The difference in level between 
the point on the St. Lawrence near Three Rivers where tidal influence 
ceases and Lake Superior is about 600 ft. The total lockage (or 
height directly overcome by locks) from tide water to Lake Superior 
is 552 ft. The number of locks through which a vessel would pass 
in its passage from Montreal at the head of ocean navigation, to 
the head of Lake Superior, is forty-seven. 

It is important to note that the enlargement of the canals on the 
main route between Montreal and Lake Erie comprises locks of the 
following minimum dimensions: Length 270 ft., width 45 ft., depth 
of water on sills 14 ft. The length of Che vessels to be accommodated 
is limited to 256 ft. At Farran's point in the canal of that name 
the lock is 800 ft. long. A similar lock is built at Iroquois on the 
Galops canal, the object being to pass a full tow at one lockage. 

Leading particulars of the Lachine canal are as follows: Length, 
8^ statute miles; number of locks, five; dimensions of locks, 270 ft. 
by 45 ft.; total rise or lockage, 45 ft.; depth of water on sills at two 
locks, 18 ft., and at three locks, 14 ft.; average width of new canal, 
150 ft. The old lift locks, 200 ft. by 45 ft., are still available with 
9 ft. of water on mitre sills. The depth of the canal between locks 
is now adapted to vessels of 14 ft. draught. vThe canal consists of 
one channel, with two distinct systems of locks, the old and the en- 
larged. There are two lock entrances at each end. The canal 
extends from the city of Montreal to the town of Lachine, over- 
coming the St. Louis rapids, the first of a series of rapids which 
bars the ascent of the river St. Lawrence. 

Dimensions of the Soulanges canal are: Length of canal, 14 
miles; number of locks, lift four, guard one; dimensions of locks, 
280 ft. by 45 ft.; total rise on lockage, 84 ft.; depth of water on sills, 
15 ft.; breadth of canal at bottom, 100 ft.; breadth of canal at water 
surface, 164 ft.; number of arc lights, 219 of 2,000 candle power each. 
The canal extends from Cascade Point to Coteau landing, overcoming 
the Cascade rapids, Cedar rapids and Coteau rapids. 

Dimensions of the Cornwall canal are: Length of canal, 11 miles; 
number of locks, 6; dimensions of locks, 270 ft. by 45 ft.; total rise 
or lockage, 48 ft.; depth of water on sills, 14 ft.; breadth of canal 
at bottom, 100 ft.; breadth of canal at water surface, 164 ft. The 
old lift locks, 200 ft. by 45 ft., are also available with 9 ft. of water 
on mitre sills. From the head of the Soulanges to the foot of the 
Cornwall canal there is a stretch through Lake St. Francis of 32% 
miles, which is being made navigable for vessels drawing 14 ft. The 



CANALS FROM LAKES TO ATLANTIC 99 

Cornwall canal extends past the Long Sault rapids from the town of 
Cornwall to Dickenson's landing. 

The Farran's point, Rapide plat and Galops canals are collective- 
ly known as the Williamsburg canals. Dimensions of the Farran's 
point canal are: Length of canal, one mile; number of locks, one; 
new lock. 800 ft. by 45 ft.; old lock, 200 ft. by 45 ft.; total rise or 
lockage, 3% ft.; depth of water on sills of new lock at ordinary water 
level, 14 ft.; depth of water on sills of old lock at ordinary water 
level, 9 ft.; breadth of canal at bottom, 90 ft.; breadth of canal at 
water surface, 154 ft. From the head of Cornwall canal to the foot 
of Farran's point canal the distance on the St. Lawrence river is 
five miles. The latter canal enables vessels ascending the river to 
avoid the Farran's point rapids passing the full tow at one lockage. 
Descending vessels run the rapids with ease and safety. 

Particulars of the Rapide plat canal are as follows: Length of 
canal, 3 2-3 miles; number of locks, two; dimensions of locks, 270 
,ft.«.by 45 ft.; total rise or lockage, 11^ ft.; depth of water on sills, 
14 ft.; breadth of canal at bottom, 80 ft.; breadth of canal at surface 
of water, 152 ft. The old lift lock, 200 ft. by 45 ft., is also avail- 
able with 9 ft. of water on mitre sills. From the head of Farran's 
point canal to the foot of Rapide plat canal there is a navigable 
stretch of 10 ly^ miles. This, canal was formed to enable vessels 
ascending the river to pass the rapids at that place. Descending 
vessels run the rapids safely. 

Dimensions of the Galops canal are: Length of canal, 7% miles; 
number of locks, three; dimensions of locks (two), 270 ft. by 45 ft., 
(one) 800 ft. by 45 ft.; total rise or lockage, 15^^ ft.; depth of water 
on sills, 14 ft.; breadth of canal at bottom, 80 ft.; breadth of canal 
at surface of water, 144 ft. From the head of Rapide plat canal to 
Iroquois, at the foot of the Galops canal, the St. Lawrence is navi- 
gable iii miles. This canal enables vessels to overcome the rapids 
at Pointe aux Iroquois, Point Cardinal and the Galops. 

Dimensions of the Murray canal (extending through the Isthmus 
of Murray, giving connection westward between the head waters of 
the bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario, and thus enabling vessels to 
avoid the open lake navigation), are: Length between eastern and 
western pierheads, 5% miles; breadth at bottom, 80 ft.; breadth at 
water surface, 120 ft.; depth below lowest known lake level, 11 ft.; 
no locks. 

The Welland canal is too well known to require extended descrip- 
tion. Its main line runs from Port Dalhousie. Lake Ontario, to Port 
Colbome, Lake Erie. The Welland canal has two entrances* from 



100 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATrON 



Lake Ontario at Port Dalhousie, one for the old and the other for 
the new canal. From Port Dalhousie to Allanburgh, 11% miles, there 
are two distinct lines of canal in operation, the old line and the en- 
larged or new line. From Allanburgh to Port Colborne, a distance 
of 15 miles, there is only one channel, the old canal having been 
enlarged. 

It is but just to state that considering its population and re- 
sources Canada has -done vastly more for its waterways than has 
the United States. The sum of $75,000,000 is mentioned as a con- 
servative estimate of the money which the Dominion government 
spent in its canals before a dollar's worth of commerce could ade- 
quately utilize them. No commercial enterprise in the world can 
tell a similar story of faith and confidence in itself. The placing of 
14 ft. as the maximum depth for the canals seems strange in the 
light of today; but it must be remembered that when the system 
of canals was designed it was supposed that a 14 ft. waterway 
would be ample for all time upon the great lakes. The depth which 
at that time vessel men were looking forward to upon the lakes was 
a uniform one of 12 ft. The great steel carrier was not even a 
dream then of the most daring of minds. 



CHECKING UP COURSES 

By Charles A. Benham 

The following is a good and reliable method of checking up 
courses, when from the state of the weather or sun bearings cannot 
be taken, with the "polaris." 

Courses On Lake Superior Using See River Ranges 

Iroquois Pt. to Whitefish Pt. — Port % point from course on head 
of St. Mary's river range. 

Whitefish Pt. to Copper Harbor— Same as Bayfield Rock Range. 

Eagle Harbor to Devil Island— Starboard i^ point from course 
on St. Mary's River Lower Range. 

Eagle Harbor to La Pointe — Port % point from course on Pt. 
Aux Pins Range. 

Devil Island to Duluth— Port ^^ point from course shown on Pt. 
Aux Pins Range. 



CHECKrNG UP COURSES 101 



Devil Island to Two Harbors— Port % point from course shown 
on St. Mary's River lower range. 

Whitefish Point to Passage Island— Port % point from course 
shown with Round Island Range over stem. 

Whitefish Point to Battle Island— Port % point from course with 
Upper St. Mary's River over stern. 

Whitefish Point to Pt. Au Sable— Port ^ point from course with 
Vidal Shoal over stern. 

Pt. Au Sable to Marquette — Starboard % point from course 
shown with Vidal Shoal Range over stem. 

Whitefish Point to Huron Island — Port 1% points from course 
shown with Vidal Shoal Range over stem. 

Huron Island to Portage Entry — Port ^4 point from course shown 
with Vidal Shoal Range over stem. 

Portage Ship Canal to Devil Island — Port % point from course 
shown with St. Mary's River lower range over stem. 

Portage Ship Canal to La Point — Port % point from course shown 
when heading on Pt. Au Pins Range. 

Passage Island to Thunder Cap — Port % point from course shown 
with Vidal Shoal Range over stem. 

Courses On Lake Huron Using "See'' River Ranges 

Detour to Middle Island — Port ^ point from course shown wit"h 
Frechette Pt. range over stern. 

Middle Island to Sand Beach — Starboard % point from course 
shown with Middle Hay Lake range over stern. 

Sand Beach to Lake Huron Light Ship — Starboard % point from 
course shown with Frying Pan and Pipe Island in range over stern. 

Nine Mile Pt. to Presque Isle — Starboard % point from course 
shown heading on Bayfield Rock range. 

Detour to St. Martins Reef — Same course as steered with Vidal 
Shoal over stern. 

St. Martin's Reef to Round Island — Port % point from course 
shown with Vidal Shoal over stem. 

Detour to Ducks — Port M: point from course shown heading on 
St. Mary's River Upper Range. 

Ducks to Cove Island — Starboard % point from course shown 
when on Bayfield Rock Range. 



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Capt. Wm. Brooks Capt. 

Capt. Frank Weinheimer Capt. 

Capt. James Madigan Capt. 

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CHECKING UP COURSES 103 



Poes Reef to Cove Island — Starboard % point from course shown 
with Flower Pot and Cove Island in range ahead. 

Compass Courses on Lake Michigan, Using Known Ranges 

From Pt. Betsies to Chicago — Port ^ point from course steered 
through No. 2 cut in West Neebish bound down. 

Frond Door to Chicago — Starboard % point from course steered 
through No. 2 cut in West Neebish bound down. 

From Gray's Reef to North Manitou — Port % point from course 
shown with Gray's Reef Light Vessel and White Shoal in range over 
stern; or starboard % point from course heading on range of Chicago 
Water Works Crib and Chicago Pierhead. 

Chicago to Pt. Betsies' — Port % point from course shown with 
S. E., Breakwater and Chicago Water Works Crib in range over stern. 

Chicago to Door — Starboard % point from range of S. E. Break- 
water and Chicago Water Works Crib. 

From Pt. to Milwaukee — Starboard y^ point from range of Gray's 
Reef and White Shoal. 

Compass Courses On Lake Erie, Using Known Ranges 

Buffalo to Erie — Same as range of pierhead light and town clock. 

Buffalo to Fairport — Port l^ point from above range. 

Buffalo to Long Point and S. E. Shoal — Starboard % point from 
^t. Mary's River lower range. 

S. E. Shoal to Middle Gd. — Port % point from course on St. Mary's 
River upper range. 

Middle Gd. to Bar Pt. Gas Buoy — Starboard % point from Bayfield 
Rock range. 

Bar Pt. to Toledo Light — Port % point course on Grassy Island 
North Channel range. 

S. E. Shoal to Cleveland — Starboard % point from course on St. 
Mary's River upper range. 

S. E. Shoal to Lorain — Port i/i point from course shown with 
Frechette range over stern. 

S. E. Shoal to Cleveland — Starboard % point from course shown 
heading on St. Mary's River upper range. 

S. E. Shoal to Erie — Port % point from course shown when on 
Vidal Shoal range. 

S. E. Shoal to Ashtabula — Port % point from course shown when 
on Vidal Shoal range. 

S. E. Shoal to Conneaut — Port % point from course shown when 
on Vidal Shoal range. 



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AZIMUTHS 107 



AZIMUTHS — A Correction of Compass Courses 

(Contributed by Mr. Arthur Do vale, Nautical Expert, Cleveland) 

The United States hydrographic office recommends the use of 
the azimuth tables to ascertain the error of the compass as a handy 
method and one that will assist in relieving the masters of vessels 
of great responsibility. The only book absolutely necessary for work- 
ing azimuths are the "Azimuth Tables" (H. O. No. 106, price 50 
cents). It is also necessary to have the equation of time and the 
declination, which can be fbund in the weekly "Notices to Mariners." 
These notices are distributed free of charge by the branch hydro- 
graphic offices. Better than these notices, however, for working 
azimuths is a copy of "The Sun's Apparent Declination and Equation 
of Time" (H. O. No. 118, price 10 cents), as it is good for a whole 
year, and also has tables for reducing standard time to local mean 
time. The following examples will cover all cases required on the 
Great Lakes: 

Example No. 1 



We will say that we are off Duluth on August 4, 19(>1, in latitude 46° 
45' N., longitude 92° 7' W., variation 8° Ely. (The foregoing can all be 
found ironi a chart). Ship heading E. x N. We then take the bearing of 
the sun (by ihe same compass as we took the ship's heading) to be N. 
78*^ 30' E. and note the exact time by watch, set at say 90th meridian 
(central standard) time and find it to be 7h. 38m., a. m. * 

Time of observation 7h 38m 00s (90th meridian) 
Correction for longitude— 8 28 (from table III, H. O. No. 118; 
Ivocal mean time 7 29 32 

Equation of time — 5 55 (from table I, H. O. No. 118) 

Local apparent time 7 23 37 

From table I, (H. O. No. IIS) we find that the sun's decli- 
nation for August 4 is N. 17° + , which is of the same name as 
our latitude, therefore, we look for latitude 47° (as 46^ 45' is 
nearer 47° than 46^) and find it on page 107 (H. O. No. 106); 
then under the column marked 17^ and opposite 7h 30m, we find 
the sun's true bearing. 



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AZIMUTHS 109 



=N. 94° 25 'K., and opposite 7h 20m, we 
find the sun's true bearing =^N. 92 32 E. 
Difference for 10 minutes = 1° 53 '=60 '+53 '=113' 
Difference for 1 minute = 11.3' 

Difference for 3/^ minutes = 11.3'x3.5'=40' 
Sun's true bearing for 7h 20m =N.92° 32'E. 
Correction for 2>% minutes ^H- 40 

•Sun's true bearing for 7h 23m 37s=N.93 12 E. 
Variation =— 8 Ely (See note *' A") 

Sun's magnetic bearing =N.85 12 E. 

Sun's compass bearing =N.78 30 E. 

Deviation for E.xN. course = 6° 42 'Ely (See note **B") 

Note "A" — Since the magnetic north is 8° east of the true north, the 
sun's magnetic bearing must be 8° less than its true bearing. 

Note "B" — Since there are a less number of degrees and minutes from 
the sun's bearing to the compass north than from the sun's bearing to the 
magnetic north, the compass north must be to the east of the magnetic 
north; hence the easterly deviation. Had the compass bearing of thesun 
been N. 92° 18' E then the compass north would have been 7° 06' W. of 
the magnetic north and we would have had 7° 06' W. deviation. 

EXAMPLE No. 2 

Off Cleveland, O., Dec. 31, 1901. 

Latitude, 41° 30' N., longitude, 81° 40' W. , variation, 2° 11' Wly. 
Ship heading, S. S. W. ; sun's bearing, N. 129° 36' W.; time, 3h. 20m. 
p. m. (90th meridian). 

Time of observation . .3h 20 00s p. m. 

Cor. for long + 33 20 ( from table III, H.O. No. 118) 

L. M. T 3 53 20 

Eq. of time — 2 57 ( from table I, H. O. No. 118) 

ly. A. T 3h 50m 23s 

From table I, (H. O. No. 118) we find that the sun's declina- 
tion for Dec. 31 is S. 23° + , which is of opposite name to our 
latitude; therefore, we look on page 179, or 180, of H. O. No. 106, 
and in the column marked 23°-t- at the top. 




110 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



BELL NORTH 1368-M 

CHAS. DUBKE & SON 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 

FINE TEAS AND COFFEES A SPECIALTY 
MARINE SUPPLIES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

144 Hertel Avenue BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Let's Go Over To 

Tony^s Buffet 

Good Ltinch 



Just Across 

The Street 



Opposite 

Chamber Commerce 



steam baat and Warehouse Roller Bear! 02 Trucks 

James Kinnear & Son 

GENERAL BLACKSMITHS 

Ship Work and Repairs of all Kinds Done on Siiort Notice 
Steel Carefully Wrought Macltine Forging, etc. 

69 Chicago St. telephosb BUFFALO, N. Y. 
EVERYTHING IN RUBBER HOSE, VALVES AND PACKIiNG 

IROQUOIS RUBBER CO. 

Waterproof Clothing • 
Rubber Boots and Shoes 



379 Washington St. 



BUFFALO, N. Y. 



AZIMUTHS 111 



and opposite 3h 50m, we find S. T. B.=:N. 128° 35' W. 
4h00m, we finds. T. B. =:N. 126° 49' W. 



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Diff . for 10 minutes = 1° 46 ' = 60 ' +46 ' = 106 ' 
Diff. for 1 minute = 10.6' 

Diff. for 23 sec, or 2-5 minutes =10.6x2-5=4' 
so that we have, S. T. B. for 3h 50m =:N. 128° 35' W. 
Cor. for 23s —— 4' 

S. T. B. for 3h 50m 23s =N.128° 31' W. 

Variation (see Note A) —2 11 Wl y. 

Sun's mag. bearing =N.126° 20' W. 

Sun's comp. bearing :^N.129° 36' W. 

Dev. for course S. S. W. . 3° 16 'Ely. 

Note "A" — Since the magnetic north is 2° 11' west of the true north, 
the sun's magnetic bearing must be 2° 11' less than its true bearing. 

Note "B" — Sin6e there are a greater number of degrees and 
minutes from the sun to the compass north, than from the sun to 
the magnetic porth, we have easterly deviation. 



F. A. DISCniNGER GEO. E. HARDY 


Marine Agency: 


Hardy Paint and Varnish Co. 


The Hardy & Dischinger Ca 


PACKING, OILS and SUPPLIES 


PAINTS, DECK HOSE 


Delivery Boat UNO U TOLEDO, OniO 



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Establuhed 1887 Bell. Seneca 1914 W 

The Eagle Tailor 

I. A. GRODZINSKY, Proprietor 

GOOD WORK AT POPULAR PRICES 
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER 

36 Michigan Street BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Bstablished 1830 Telephones. Frontier 24-595. McCutcheon 21-873 

Howard H. Baker & Co. 

Hatch Covers and Tarpaulins 

Made on Short Notice 

Manila Rope Marine Paints 

Wire Rope Anchors 

Blocks Chains 



BUFFALO, NEW YORK 



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FOR MEN OF ALL STATIONS AT A MODERNLY 
EQUIPPED CLOTHING STORE 

FRIEDMAN & FISHER 

47 Ford Street Ogdensburg, New York 

Wm. E. Murphy 

Horse Shoe Cafe 



51 Ford Street 



Ogdensburg, N. Y. 



P. H. FITZGIBBONS. Pres. and Treas. J. C. HOWARD. Vice.Prtt. 

EDW. K. HOWARD, Sen,. 

P. H. FITZGIBBONS BOILER COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Boilers, Tanks and Smoke Stacks 

The P. H. Fitzgibbons Boiler Co. invites attention to its New Plant located 
near the St. Lawrence Marine Railway Co., at Ogdensburg, N. Y. Iron 
Work of all kinds: Boilers, Tanks, Smoke Stacks, etc. 

P. H. FITZGIBBONS, Pres. Ogdensburg, New York 



When in Port Be Sure to Visit — 



THE SURPRISE 



OgdenshuTg's Great Money-Saving Department Store 
Union-made Goods Our Specialty 

THE SURPRISE MERCHANDISE CO. 

10-12-14 Ford Street Ogdensburg, New York 



CONVERSION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INTO SEA MILES 115 



CONVERSION OF 



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GEOGRAPHICAL OR STATUTE 
NAUTICAL OR SEA MILES 



MILES INTO 



Statute Mile, 5,280 ft; Nautical Mile, 6,080 ft. 
(Prepared by Capt. Henry Leisk, Milwaukee) 



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0.868 


8.00 


6.947 


15.00 


13.026 


22.00 


29.105 


1.25 


1.085 


8.25 


7.164 


15.25 


14.243 


• 22.25 


19.322 


1.50 


1.302 


8.50 


7.381 


15.50 


13.460 


22.50 


19.539 


1.75 


1.519 


8.75 


7.598 


15.75 


13.677 


22.75 


19.756 


200 


1.736 


9.00 


7.815 


16.00 


13.894 


23.00 


19.973 


2.25 


1.953 


9.25 


8.032 


16.25 


14111 


23.25 


20.190 


2.50 


2.171 


9.50 


8.250 


16.50 


14.328 


23.50 


20.407 


2.75 


2.388 


9.75 


8.467 


16.75 


14.546 


23.75 


20.625 


3.00 


2.605 


10.00 


8.684 


17.00 


14.763 


24.00 


20.842 


3.25 


2.822 


10 25 


8.901 


17.25 


14.980 


24.25 


21.059 


3.50 


3.039 


10 50 


9.118 


17.50 


15.197 


24.50 


21.276 


3.75 


3.256 


10.75 


9.335 


17.75 


15.414 


24.75 


21.493 


4.00 


3.473 


11.00 


9.552 


18.00 


15.631 


25.00 


21.710 


4.25 


3.690 


11.25 


9.769 


18.25 


15.848 


25.25 


21.927 


4.50 


3.907 


11.50 


9.986 


18.50 


16 065 


25.50 


22 114 


4.75 


4.125 


11.75 


10 203 


18.75 


16.282 


25.75 


22.361 


5.00 


4 342 


12.00 


10.421 


19.00 


16.500 


26.00 


22.578 


5.25 


4559 


12.25 


10.638 


19.25 


16.717 


26.25 


22.796 


5.50 


4.776 


12.50 


10855 


19.50 


16.934 


26.50 


23.013 


5.75 


4.993 


12 75 


11.072 


19 75 


17.151 


26.75 


23.230 


6.00 


5.210 


13.00 


11.289 


20.00 


17.368 


27.00 


23.447 


6.25 


5.427 


13 25 


11.506 


20.25 


17.585 


27.25 


23.664 


6.50 


5.644 


13 50 


11.723 


20.50 


17.802 


27.50 


23.881 


6.75 


5.861 


13 75 


11.940 


20.75 


18.019 


27.75 


24.098 


7.00 


6.078 


14 00 


12.157 


21.00 


18.236 


28.00 


24.315 


7.25 


6.296 


14 25 


12.375 


21.25 


18.453 


28.25 


24.532 


7.50 


6.513 


14 50 


12.592 


21.50 


18.671 


28.50 


24.750 


7.75 


6.730 


14.75 


12.809 


21.75 


18.888 


29.00 


25.184 



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116 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



GEORGE SUTTON 

Commercial and Marine 

PRINTER 

3Q7 SENECA STREET 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Main Office, Front 21-657 



Dock, 24-406 



The Rochester & Pittsburg Coal & Iron Co. 

FUEL DOCK-BLACKWELL CANAL 
FOOT OF MICHIGAN STREET 

Best quaUty of REYNOLDSVILLE Coal Always on Hand 
Best of Facilities for Fueling at all Times 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



JERRY J. McCarthy 

Phones: Fr.ntter 24336, Seneca (823 



JAMES I, McCarthy 

Res. Phone: Howard 464 



JERRY McCarthy & son 

SHIP CHANDLERS 

Submarine Diving. New- Rope a specialty. Full assortment of Paints, Oils, 
etc. Also Rubber Goods, H^se, etc., and Engineers' Supplies. Special 
attention given to the removal of sunken wrecks, blasting rock and obstruc- 
tions impeding navigation. All orders receive prompt attention. 

J57 Ohio Street near Michigan ^ BUFFALO, N. ¥• 



WM. H. NAGLE 



BRIAN J. O'DAY 



WHITMAN MACHINE CO. 

General Repair and Jobbing Machine Work 
DAYS, NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS 

BRASS. IRON AND STEEL CASTINGS 

178-180 OHIO STREET, BUFFALO. N. Y. - 

Phone: Seneca 3500- W Res. Phone: Bell North 145-M 

Frontier 31-312 Crescent 320-J 



CONVERSION OF NAUTICAL INTO STATUTE MILES 117 



CONVERSION OF NAUTICAL OR SEA MILES IN.TO GEOGRAPH- 
ICAL OR STATUTE MILES 

Statute Mile, 5,280 ft; Nautical Mile; 6,080 ft. 

. (Prepared by Capt. Henry Leisk, Milwaukee) 




1.00 


1.151 


7 00 


8.060 


1.25 


1.439 


7.25 


8.348 


1.50 


1.729 


7.50 


8.636 


1.75 


2.015 


- 7.75 


8.924 


2.00 


2.303 


8 00 


9.212 


2.25 


2.590 


8 25 


9.500 


2.50 


2.878 


8 50 


9.787 


2.75 


3.166 


8 75 


10.075 


3.00 


3.454 


9 00 


10.393 


3.25 


3.742 


9 25 


10.675 


3.50 


4.230 


9 50 


10.939 


3.75 


4.318 


9.75 


11.227 


4.00 


4.606 


10 00 


11.515 


4.25 


4.893 


10.25 


11.803 


4.50 


5.181 


10 50 


12.090 


4.75 


5.469 


10.75 


12.378 


5.00 


5.757 


1100 


12.666 


5.25 


6.045 


11.25 


12.954 


5.50 


6.333 


1150 


13.242 


5.75 


6.621 


11.75 


13.530 


6.00 


6.909 


12 00 


13.818 


6.25 


7.196 


12 25 


14.106 


6.50 


7.484 


12 50 


14.393 


6.75 


7.772 


12.75 


14.681 



13.00 
13.25 
13.50 
13.75 
14.00 
14.25 
1450 
14.75 
15.00 
15.25 
15.50 
15.75 
16.00 
16.25 
16.50 
16.75 
17.00 
17.25 
17.50 
17.75 
18.00 
18.25 
18.50 
18.75 



14.969 
15.257 
15.5-45 
15.833 
16.121 
16.409 
16.696 
16.984 
17.272 
17.560 
17.848 
18.136 
18.424 
18.712 
18.999 
19.287 
19.575 
19.863 
20.151 
20.439 
20.727 
21.015 
21.303 
21.590 



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19.00 
19.25 
19.50 
19.75 
20.00 
20.25 
20.50 
20.75 
21.00 
21.25 
21.50 
21.75 
20.00 
22.25 
22.50 
22.75 
23 00 
23.25 
23.50 
23.75 
24.00 
24.25 
24.50 
25.00 



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21.878 
22.166 
22.454 
22.742 
23.030 
23.318 
23.606 
23.893 
24.181 
24.469 
24.757 
25.045 
25.333 
25.621 
25.909 
26.196 
26.484 
26.772 
27.060 
27.348 
27.636 
27.924 
28.212 
28.787 



118 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Bell Phone, Seneca 1 204 



Frontier Phone 21 -1 34 



JOHN GEHM 

Dealer in 

Choice Meats of All Kinds 



Hotelsy Restaurants and Boats 
Supplied at Special Rates 



Residence — 378 N. Division St. 



Bell Phone— Howard 489 



38, 40, 43, 44 and 45 Elk Street Market 
BUFFALO, N. Y. 

" Wright oa the dock" Seneca 4677 J 

H. S. WRIGHT 

STEAMBOAT AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES 
DELIVERY TUa, H. S. WRIOHT 



OFFICE 

14 Elk street 



BUFFALO, N. Y. 



CAPT. JOHN JOHNSON Phones: Bell. Seneca 2074-R 

ABRAM DURR Frontier 34-107 

Night Phone: Bell. Howard 1693.J 

FRONTIER ENGINE WORKS 

Manufacturers of 

SUTTON MARINE ENGINES and PROPELLER WHEELS 
Stationary and Hoisting Engines General Repairing a Specialty 

Office and Works, No. 11 Perry St., Between Main & Washington Sts. 

BUFFALO. N. Y. 



UNITED STATES HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE 119 



UNITED STATES HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE 

The United States Hydrographic office, navy department, Wash- 
ington, D. C, maintains branch offices on the great lakes as follows: 
Buffalo, Post Office Building; Sault Ste. Marie, 17 Federal Building; 
Duluth, 1000 Torrey Building. 

Masters of vessels are invited to call on arrival in port. Nautical 
charts and sailing directions on hand for inspection by the shipping 
public. Information affecting nautical charts regularly received. 
Nautical inquiries are investigated and answered. "Notices to 
Mariners," "U. S. Light Lists," and other periodical publications are 
distributed. Barometers are compared. All services are free. 

Captains are earnestly requested to cooperate with the branch 
hydrographic offices in their work of collecting and distributing in- 
formation useful to lake marines, by sending to them reports of 
buoys adrift, lights or gas buoys not lighted, shoals, wrecks, or any 
other dangers to navigation. 



CARRYING MEMBERS AS MATES 

The following resolution presented by Marine City Lodge was 
adopted by the Grand Lodge Ship Masters' Association, at its annual 
meeting in Buffalo, January, 1910: 

Whereas, Several members of this Association serve in the ca- 
pacity of mate during the sailing season. 

Therefore, Be it Resolved, That members who are masters of 
ships, when in need of a mate, give a member of this Association 
the preference when it can be done, all things being equal. 



SIGNALS— DECK AND ENGINE ROOM 

Rules and regulations of the United States steamboat inspection 
service relating to starting, stopping and backing signals for the 
Great Lakes provide that there shall be used between the master or 
pilot and engineer the following code of signals, to be made by bell 
or whistle, namely: 

1 whistle or 1 bell Go ahead 

1 whistle or 1 bell Stop 

2 whistles or 2 bells Back 

3 whistles or 3 bells Check 

4 whistles or 4 bells Strong 

4 whistles or 4 bells All right 

Two whistles or two bells shall always mean back, irrespective 
of other signals previously given. 




120 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



GEORGE STENGER 

321 N. Washington St. Green Bay. Wis. 
Rhone 118 

MARINE MEAT MARKET 
ME A TS— MILK— ICE 



Prompt L,nunch Delivery 



THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE 



Capt. Alfred Mitchell John F. Wedow 

MITCHEUU 4& CO. 

VESSEL 6t INSURANCE AGENTS 

Office Phone— Bell 767 
1504-1506-1508 Rockefeller BIdg. CLEVELAND, OHIO 

THE '* HOLLENDEN'' 



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European Plan Rates $2*00 to $5«00 

800 Rooms with Bath 

Main 2809 Central 1866 

The Smith & Fetters Co. 

735 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO 

FLOWERS 

of every kind in season 



WIND SIGNALS ON LAKE SUPERIOR 121 



WIND SIGNALS ON. LAKE SUPERIOR 

Winds expected for the western end of Lake Superior are an- 
nounced by whistle signals of the United States weather bureau. 
Signals are blown daily at 10 a. m. by the whistle of elevator "E," 
Duluth, Minn. The Imperial Mills, Duluth, Minn., also blow these 
signals at 10 p. m. during the navigation season, whenever the in- 
formation then at hand is of special importance to vesselmen. 

Force of Wind — Light (1 to 5 miles per hour) 1 long whistle; 
fresh (6 to 14 miles per hour), 2 long whistles; brisk (15 to 24 miles 
per hour), 3 long whistles; high (25 miles and upwards per hour), 
4 long whistles; north, northeast, east, 1 short whistle; southeast, 
south, 2 short whistles; southwest, west, northwest, 3 short whistles; 
variable, 4 short whistles. 

Duration of whistles: Short, 2 seconds; long, 6 seconds. 

Examples: For "brisk northwest winds" there is blown first a 
prolonged "attention" whistle; then three long and three short 
whistles. For "light northeast shifting to brisk westerly winds" the 
"attention" whistle is blown first and then one long, one short, three 
long, three short. 



BRIDGE SIGNALS 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Michigan and Ohio street bridges over Buffalo creek. South 
Michigan street bridge over City Ship (Blackwell) canal, 

Ohio basin slip bridge and Evans slip bridge 3 blasts 

Hamburg turnpike and B. C. R. R. bridges, upper end of city 

ship (Blackwell) canal 3 long 3 short 

International bridge, Niagara river 1 long 

Ferry street bridge, Black Rock harbor 3 blasts 

International bridge. Black Rock harbor 1 long 

Tonawanda, N Y. 
Tonawanda island bridge and Tonawanda creek bridge 3 blasts 

Ashtabula, O. 
Ashtabula bridges; county highway and L. S. & M. S. Ry 1 long 

Cleveland, O. 

L S. & M. S. Ry. bridge 1 long 2 short 

Old River bed bridges 1 long 1 short 1 long 1 short 

Main street bridge 2 long blasts 

Superior street viaduct 3 long blasts 

Valley Ry. bridge and all others above it in the main 

river 1 long 2 short 1 long 



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122 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



l^ake Transportah'on 



M.arme Insurance 



JOHN PRINDIVILLE & SONS 



INSURANCE EXCHANGE 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



TdephoMs— Office. Wabash 1590 

Residence, Rogers Park 342 
HiffUand Park 448 



R. H. PIGOTT, 

RockefeUer BUff. 
Cleyeland, Ohio 



Phone Randolph 2686 

NEW KENTUCKY COAL CO. 

CHICAGO 

SOUTH PIER COAL DOCK 

STEAMBOAT FUEL 
General Offires 1709 Fisher Building Phone Harrison 3770 

The John Meckes Sons Co. 

EVERYTHING IN DRY GOODS 

L/inens, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Blankets, Comforts, Mattresses, 
Pillows, Springs, Carpets, Rugs and I/inoleum?, Cur- 
tains, China and Household Utensils of all kinds 

We Specialize in Underwear and Hosiery 

Popular Prices Prevail CLEVELAND. OHIO 

BOTH PnONES 

The Mireau Laundry Co. 

Marine Work a Specialty 



2240 St. Clair Avenue 



CLEVELAND, OHIO 



BRIDGE SIGNALS 123 



Lorain, O. 

City bridge 1 long 2 short 

N. Y. C. & St. L. Ry. bridge 3 long 

Toledo, O. 

All bridges in main river 3 blasts 

Dayton slip bridge ^ long short long short 

Swan Creek — 

L. S. & M. S. Ry. and Perry street bridge long short long 

St. Clair street bridge 1 long 2 short 

Erie street bridge 3 long 

Clover Leaf Ry. bridge 3 long 

Duluth, Minn. 

When approaching aerial bridge over Duluth Canal 3 short 

Interstate bridge 1 long 1 short 1 long 

Minnesota draw, Northern Pacific bridge 1 long 2 short 

Wisconsin draw. Northern Pacific bridge 2 lone: 2 short 

Grassy Point bridge 2 short 1 long 

Lamborn Ave. bridge 3 short 

New Duluth transfer bridge 3 long 

Chicago, ill. 

Chicago Revised Code prescribes 3 short for Chicago river ani 
branches and Calumet river. By local custom 4 short are sounded 
going northward only for C. & N. W. Ry. bridge at Kinzie street 
and for C, M. & St. P. Ry. bridge at North avenue. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

In Milwaukee 3 short whistles is the general bridge signal. There 
is excepted from this the bridge across the Menominee river at the foot 
of West Water street, and also the railroad bridge about a half block 
east of the West Water street bridge, as well as the bridge of the 
Chicago & Northwestern Ry. company across the Kinnickinnic, be- 
tween Kinnickinnic avenue and Clinton street. For these exceptions 
the signal is four short blasts. Another exception is the Point street 
bridge, entrance to Green Bay canal, for which the signal is two 
short blasts. 

Green Bay, Wis. 
Fox River — 

Main street 2 short 1 long 

Walnut street 1 long 2 short 

Mason street 1 long 1 short 1 long 

Railroad and East River bridges 3 long 



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124 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

F. W. BABY CO. 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 

To the Shipmasters : 

When you go away in the spring we would like to sell 
you a ticket to the port you are going to, and in the fall 
would like to supply you with what coal you need for the 
winter. 

Schliflkert Fuel & Builders Supply Co. 

COAU, WOOD 

BUILDING SUPPLIES 

St. Clair Michigan 

Commercial and Savings Bank 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 

CAPITAL ... $ 50.000.00 

ASSETS - . . 550,000.00 

Spedal Facilities for Marine Business 
Interest paid on Savings Deposits Safety Deposit boxes to rent 

C. C. JENKS. President RUSS S. JENKS, Ca»hier 

F. MOORE, Vice President G. E. WOLVIN, Asst. Cashier 

E. S. HART & CO. 

Dealer in General Hardware, Cordage, Paints, Oils 

and Varnishes, Steam Pipe, Valves. Fitting 

and Packing, Lubricating Oil and Greases 

PLUMBING AND TINNING 

Telephone No. 35 ST. CLAIR, MICH. 



AN ORDINANCE 125 



AN ORDINANCE 

Regulating the Harbor and City Bridges In the City of Toledo 

Be it Ordained by the Council of the City of Toledo, State of Ohio: 

Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to 
propel, or cause to be propelled, any boat on the Maumee river inside 
the City Limits of the City of Toledo, at a rate of speed exceeding 
Six Miles per hour. The provisions of this section shall not be con- 
strued as applying to passenger boats, sand-suckers or tugs. The 
speed of the boats herein mentioned shall not exceed Eight Miles 
per hour. 

Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to 
cause any boat to tow more than one boat at a time through any 
draw-bridge in the City of Toledo. 

Section 3. No bridge draw shall be opened for boats that are 
not propelled by power, unless they are towed by a power boat. 

Section 4. The provisions of Sections 1, 2 and 3 hereof shall 
not be construed as applying to gasoline power boats and yachts, 
and the provision of Section 2 hereof shall not be construed as 
applying to scows. 

Section 5. All city bridges shall be closed to navigation from 
the hours of 6:30 a. m. to 7:30 a. m., and from 5 p. m. to 6 p. m. 

Section 6. Any person violating any of the provisions of Section 
1 or Section 2 hereof, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon 
conviction thereof, shall be fined not to exceed Three Hundred Dollars. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from 
and after the earliest period allowed by law. 

Passed May 20th, 1912, 

On and after July 15th, 1912, this ordinance will be enforced by 
order of A. W. Boardman, Director of Public Service. 

A. W. Boardman, John Dunseith, 

Director of Public Service. Supt. of Bridges. 



126 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



ManitoM^oc 
Ship Building and Dry Dock 

Company 

Designers and Builders of 

Steel Ships and Marine 
Engines 



Facilities for Repairs of all Kinds 



ManitoM^oc 
Boiler Works Company 

Manitowoc, Wisconsin 



MARINE 
BOILERS 

Specially Equipped for Repair Work 



THE COMPASS 



SHOWING EVERY POINT AND DEGREE. 



The Italians have always contPiu'efl lUst P'lavio Gloia of Amalfa, Italy, 
Invented the Compass In the year 1362 A, D.. but it has been proven that 
the Compass was well known aa a, nautical Inatrumfnt \'>fiS before that date. 



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M. CONNEI.I.Y J. CONNEI.I.Y 

Res. Phone »Seneca 4619-M Res. Phone Frontier 31-946 

Bell Tupper 2235-J 
Office Phones— Frontier 24-818 Seneca 271 

CONNELLY BROTHERS 

Ship Chandlers 

Submarine Diving, New Rope, Wire Cables, Full Assortment of Paints, 
Oils, Hose, Rubber Goods, Knginecrs' Supplies, Etc. 

Cor. Michigan and Ohio Sts. BUFFALO, N. Y. 



J. J. H. BROWN J. B. ROGERS 

J. OBKRSHKIMER J. E. McAI^PINE 

BROWN & CO. 

LAKE TRANSPORTATION 

1217-1219 Chamber of Commerce BUFFALO, N. Y 

Established 1870 Both Phones 

WILLIAM GRAHAM 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

GROCERIES and VEGETABLES 

Butter, Eggs, Flour, Etc Green, Dried and Canned Fruits 

Agent L,ake Carriers Oil Co. 
Boats and Vessels Supplied at the I,owest Market Rates 

72 MAIN ST. BUFFALO. N. Y. 

Bell Phone, Seneca 1189 Frontier Phone, 23-210 

ESTABIylSHED 1876 

P. J. QUININ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER 
MARINE TRADE A SPECIALTY 

100-102 Elk St. BUFFALO, N. Y. 120 Michigan Ave. 



TABLE FOR CONVERTING COMPASS, ETC. 



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BOVCE HARDWARE 

The Best Place to buy 
BOAT SUPPLIES 

THE BIG HARDWARE 

We hand e Vicuum Oil Go's t,ine of Oils. 



923-925 Military St. 



PORT HURON, MICH. 



Bell Telephone No. 290 



Residence Phone No. 627 



PIONEER BOILER WORKS 

A. M. WRIGHT, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of Marine and Stationary Boilers, Sheet Iron 

Work in all its branches. Marine Repairs a Specialty 

Work attended to, day or night 

Port Huron, Mich. 



Office and Works 
Baird and Merchants Jts. 



BEIJ^ PHONE, Office 125 2-rinfifs 

Night CalKs 125 3-rincs. 484 

Dry Dock Iron Works 

J. H. and T. J. FITZGERALD, Props. 

We make a Specialty of Marir.e Repairs and also 
keep in stock a complete line of 

Engineers' Supplies 



We employ only competent workmen, give the work 
personal supervision, and we are "Always Ready." 



PORT HURON 



MICHIGAN 



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Benson & Son 

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OSWEGO, N. Y. 

JOHNS. PARSONS 

(Succesfor to Dan'l Lyons and Son) 

SHIP CHANDLER AND SAIL MAKER 

Dealer in Manila, Tarred and Sisal Cordaffe, Wire Rope, 
Canvas, Blocks, Lamps, FIbks, Etc. Lard, Cylinder and 
Enffine Oil, Paints and Varnishes, Packing:, Waste, Etc. 

Coroer Water and Cayuga Sts. OSWEGO, N. Y. 

J. B. McMURRIOH 




Steamers fueled with best quality 
Bituminous and Anthracite Coal 

DOCK ON RIVER FRONT 

The best location — plenty of water 
OSWEGO NEW YORK 



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JAS. MITCH BLL. Pres. 



R. T. BMBRSON, Secy, and Treas. 



Rfliaflce Laondry & Cleaning Co. 

BEST SERVICE STANDARD RATES 

YOUK PATKONAOB SOLICITED 

M7-6W National Ave. ""-o^ H...yer m MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

HURLEY - REILLY CO. 

Men's Hats, Men's Clothing 
Men's Furnishings 

89 and 91 Wisconsin Street MILWAUKEE 

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TELEPHONE HANOVER 1197 

BORGWARDT BROS. 

MARINE TRADE A SPECIALTY 

BEST MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES 

QUICK DELIVERY TRY US 

560 Washington St. MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

TELEPHONE HANOVER 4279 

MARINE MEAT MARKET 

M. S. ERIKSON 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LAUNCH DELIVERY 

FRESH AND SALT MEATS 

Fish, Game and Poultry in ^eason Marine Trade a Special y 

203 Hanover Street MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



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Phone 91 



Night Call 291 



BRISBIN & CO. 



Marine Trade a Specialty 
Best Meat at Lowest Prices 
Quick Delivery — Try Us 



KIN6 STREET 



MIDLAND, ONTARIO 



¥. W. Jef f ery & Sons, Lim. 

HARDWARE 

Everything in Marine Supplies 
Engineers' Supplies a Specialty 

King St. Midland, Ont. 

When in Midland Leave 
Your Order With 

M. S. KELLAR 



MIDLAND, 
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For Your New 
Spring or Fall Suit 



COMPARATIVE FREIGHT RATES 



141 





COMPARATIVE FREIGHT RATES 




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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Victoria Hotel 

D. J. OUINLAN, Proprietor 

Corner Syndicate and Victoria Avenues 

FORT WILLIAM, ONTARIO 

Special Attention to Marine Trade 



The Fife Hardware Company 

Headquarters For 
Ship Chandlery 

Everything For The Forward and After End of a Ship 

FORT WILLIAM, CANADA 

SITUATED ON WATERFRONT AT SUBWAY DOCK 

PHONE SOUTH 12 

J. A. HAMILTON 

SASH AND DOOR FACTORY 

Estimates Furnished on all Classes of Mill Work 

Special Attention to the Steamship Trade 

Office and Factory 411 Donald St. FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Gerry Brothers 

For all kinds of Hardware, Kitchen U tensils, 
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Packing etc. 

Cor. Simpson and Victoria Fort William 



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Fruit Lands 
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Town Sites 



Summer Resorts 
Shore Property 
Cottages Built 



Investments 

Fire, Life, Accident 

Liability Insurance 



Richard A. Noelck 

MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BANK BUILDING 

Real Estate, Loans and 
Insurance Farm Lands 



Sturgeon Bay (Telephone 89) Door County, Wis. 

When in our City We Would 
Li Ice to Get Your Trade 

SHIMMEL THE GROCER 

sturgeon Bay WISCONSIN 

AUGUST RIEBOLDT JOSEPH WOLTER 

RIEBOLDT, WOLTER & CO. 

Ship Builders and Public Contractors 

Dredging and Dock Building— Contracts made for building 
and rebuilding vessels of all kinds 

Two Large Floating Dry Docks. SPAR DERRICK 

I,ength on Keel Blocks 225 and 150 feet. Depth of wateron Blocks 13J ft. 
Unif Distance Telephone 12 STURGEON BAY, WIS. 



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PILOT'S READY RECKONER 

The Pilot's Ready Reckoner, published herewith, Is copyrighted 
by Capt. M. G. Allen, who gave the Ship Masters' Directory per- 
mission to reproduce it. 

The following table was calculated to aid pilots in ascertaining 
the distance a vessel on a certain course will pass an object when 
abeam by bearings from the course of ^ to 7% points. It is calcu- 
lated up to twenty miles. 

It is also available to ascertain the leeway or current action to 
which the vessel is subject. 

It will be noticed by the pilot that exactness depends upon his 
knowing the speed of his vessel and the time she is due abreast the 
object or his Judgment as to the distance the vessel must run to 
bring the object abeam. 

For example, suppose the vessel is a twelve mile boat and due 
abreast the object in an hour and twenty-five minutes (seventeen 
miles to run) and that the object bears two and a quarter points on 
the bow. Enter the table where the heading says "Difference between 
course and bearing 2^4 points" then follow down column to seven- 
teen, opposite which is the figure 8, denoting the miles the vessel 
will be off the object when abeam. 

To prove your calculation is correct and that your course is 
making good — that your vessel is not subject to the action of some 
unseen force such as current, or that your calculation as to leeway 
is correct, the bearing should be three points on the bow at twelve 
miles to run and four points on the bow at eight miles to run. 

As another illustration, suppose the object bears 1^ points on 

the bow at 16 miles to run the ship should clear by four miles, and 

to find if the vessel is making good the calculation and not drifting 

for any reason the bearing should be nearly 2 points on the bow 
at 10 miles to run and 3 points on the bow at 6 miles to run, 3^^ 
points on the bow at 5 miles to run and 4 points on the bow at 4 
miles to run. 

A bearing can be taken at every mile if necessary to ascertain 
how much influence wind or current has upon the vessel. 



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To Ascertain Leeway 

Take a bearing of some known object and as an illustration say 
it is one point on the bow with fifteen miles to run to bring the 
vessel abreast this object. This course barring leeway would bring 
the vessel three miles off. Upon taking your second bearing you 
find the object bears one and three-quarters points on the bow at 
ten miles to run, showing three and a half miles off. The vessel has 
drifted one-half mile in going five, which according to the table 
would be one-half point leeway. Taking a third bearing at five miles 
to run the object should bear three and a half points on the bow, 
showing four miles off. This course uncorrected would bring the 
vessel four and a half miles off. 



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PILOT'S REAY RECKONER 



151 







% 




• 








- 


- 




- - 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


i4 Point 


^2 Point 


% Point 


1 Point 


Dist. Dist 
to Run Off 


Dist Dist. 
to Run Off 


Dist. Dist 
to Run Off 


Dist. Dist 
to Run. Off 


Miles Miles 


Miles Miles 


Miles Miles 


Miles Miles 


1 .05 


1 .10 


1 


.15 


1 .20 


2 


.10 


2 .20 


2 


.30 


2 


.40 


3 


.15 


3 


.30 


3 


.45 


3 


.60 


4 


.20 


4 


.40 


4 


.60 


4 


.80 


5 


.25 


5 


.50 


5 


.75 


5 


1.00 


6 


.30 


6 


.60 


6 


.90 


6 


1.20 


7 


.35 


7 


.70 


7 


1.05 


7 


1.40 


8 


.40 


8 


.80 


8 


1.20 


8 


1.60 


9 


.45 


9 


.90 


9 


1.35 


9 


1.80 


10 


.50 


10 


1.00 


10 


1.50 


10 


2.00 


11 


.55 


11 


1.10 


11 


1.65 


11 


2.20 


12 


.60 


12 


1.20 


12 


1.80 


12 


2.40 


13 


.65 


13 


1.30 


13 


1.95 


13 


2.60 


14 


.70 


14 


1.40 


14 


2.10 


14 


2.80 


15 


.75 


15 


1.50 


15 


2.25 


15 


3.00 


16 


.80 


16 


1.60 


16 


2.40 


16 


3.20 


17 


.85 


17 


1.70 


17 


2.55 


17 


3.40 


18 


.90 


18 


1.80 


18 


2.70 


18 


3.60 


19 


.95 


19 


1.90 


19 


2.85 


19 


3.80 


20 


1.00 


20 


2.00 


20 


3.00 


20 


4.00 



152 



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Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

1!4 Points 



DIst, 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

.25 

.50 

.75 

1.00 

1.25 

1.50 

1.76 

2.01 
2.26 
2.51 
2.76 
3.01 
3.26 
3.52 
3.77 
4.02 
4.27 
4.52 
4.77 
5.03 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

11/2 Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

.30 

.60 

.91 

1.21 

1.51 

1.82 

2.12 

2.42 
2.73 
3.03 
3.33 
3.64 
3.94 
4.24 
4.55 
4.85 
5.15 
5.45 
5.75 
6.06 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

1% Points 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

2 Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 
' 10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

.35 

.71 

1.06 

1.42 

1.78 

2.13 

2.49 

2.84 
3.20 
3.56 
3.91 
4.27 
4.62 
4.98 
5.34 
5.69 
6.05 
6.40 
6.76 
7.12 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

.41 

.82 

1.23 

1.65 

2.06 

2.47 

2.88 

3.30 
3.71 
4.12 
4.53 
4.95 
5.36 
5.77 
6.18 
6.60 
7.01 
7.42 
7.83 
8.25 



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PILOT'S REAY RECKONER 



153 





Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


2!4 Points 


21/2 Points 


2% Points 

Dist. Dist. 

to Run Off 

1 


3 Points 


Dist. Dist. 
to Run Off 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist. 
Off 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist. 
Off 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


1 


.5 


1 


.5 


1 


.6 


1 


.7 


2 


.9 


2 


1.1 


2 


1.2 


2 


1.3 


3 


1.4 


3 


1.6 


3 


1.8 


3 


2.0 


4 


1.9 


4 


2.1 


4 


2.4 


4 


2.6 


5 


2.3 


5 


2.6 


5 


3.0 


5 


3.3 


6 


2.8 


6 


3.2 


6 


3.6 


6 


4.0 


7 

r 


3.3 


7 


3.7 


7 


4.1 


7 


4.6 


8 


3.8 


8 


4.2 


8 


4.7 


8 


5.3 


9 


4.2 


9 


4.7 


9 


5.3 


9 


6.0 


10 


4.7 


10 


5.3 


10 


5.9 


10 


6.6 


11 


5.2 


11 


5.8 


11 


6.5 


11 


7.3 


12 


5.7 


12 


6.3 


12 


7.1 


12 


8.0 


13 


6.1 


13 


6.8 


13 


7.7 


13 


8.6 


14 


6.6 


14 


7.4 


14 


8.3 


14 


9.3 


15 


7.1 


15 


7.9 


15 


8.9 


15 


10.0 


16 


7.5 


16 


8.5 


16 


9.5 


16 


10.6 


17 


8.0 


17 


9.0 


17 


10.1 


17 


11.3 


18 


8.5 


18 


9.5 


18 


10.7 


18 


12.0 


19 


90 


19 


10.1 


19 


11.3 


19 


12.6 


20 


9.4 


20 


10.6 


20 


11.9 


20 


13.3 



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154 



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Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


3^ Points 


3/2 

Dist. 
to Run 


Points 

Dist. 
Off 


33/4 

Dist. 
to Run 


Points 

Dist. 
Off 


4 Points 


Dist. Dist. 
to Run Off 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist 
Off 


Miles Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


1 


.7 


1 


.8 


1 


.9 


1 


1. 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.6 


2 


1.8 


2 


2. 


3 


2.2 


3 


2.4 


3 


2.7 


3 


3. 


4 


2.9 


4 


3.2 


4 


3.6 


4 


4. 


5 


3.7 


5 


4.0 


5 


4.5 


5 


5. 


6 


4.4 


6 


4.8 


6 


5.4 


6 


6. 


7 


5.2 


7 


5.6 


7 


6.3 


7 


7. - 


8 


5.9 


8 


6.4 


8 


7.2 


8 


8. 


9 


6.6 


9 


7.3 


9 


8.1 


9 


9. 


10 


7.4 


10 


8.1 


10 


90 


10 


10. 


11 


8.1 


11 


8.9 


11 


9.9 


11 


11. 


12 


8.9 


12 


9.7 


12 


10.8 


12 


12. 


13 


9.6 


13 


10.5 


13 


117 


13 


13. 


14 


10.4 


14 


11.3 


14 


12.7 


14 


14. 


15 


11.1 


15 


12.2 


15 


13.6 


15 


15. 


16 


11.9 


16 


13.0 


16 


14.5 


16 


16. 


17 


12.6 


17 


13.8 


17 


15.4 


17 


17. 


18 


13.4 


18 


14.6 


18 


16 3 


18 


18. 


19 


14.1 


19 


15.4 


19 


17.2 


19 


19. 


20 


14.9 


20 


16.3 


20 


18.1 


20 


20. 



PILOT'S REAY RECKONER 



155 









_ 





Diff. Between 
Course & Bear 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 


Diff Between 
Course & Bear. 


414 Points 


4!/2 

Dist 
to Run 


Points 

Dist. 
Off 


4% Points 


5 Points 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist. 
Off 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist. 
Off 


Dist. 
to Run 


Dist 
Off 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


1 


1.1 


1 


1.2 


1 


1.4 


1 


1.6 


2 


2.2 


2 


2.5 


2 


2.7 


2 


3.0 


3 


3.3 


3- 


3.7 


3 


4.1 


3 


4.6 


4 


4.4 


4 


4.9 


4 


5.4 


4 


60 


5 


55 


5 


6.1 


. 5 


6.8 


5 


7.6 


6 


6.6 


6 


7.4 


6 


8.1 


6 


9.0 


7 


7.8 


7 


8.6 


7 


9.4 


7 


10.6 


8 


89 


8 


9.9 


8 


10 8 


8 


12.0 


9 


100 


9 


11.1 


9 


12.2 


9 


13.6 


10 


11.1 


10 


12.3 


10 


13 6 


10 


15.0 


11 


12 2 


11 


13.5 


11 


149 


11 


16.6 


12 


13.3 


12 


14.8 


12 


16.3 


12 


18.0 


13 


14.4 


13 


16.0 


13 


17.6 


13 


19.6 


14 


15.5 


14 


17.2 


14 


19.0 


14 




15 


16.6 


15 


18.5 


15 




15 




16 


17.7 


16 


19.7 


16 




16 




17 


18.8 


17 




17 




17 




18 


199 


18 




18 




18 




19 




19 




19 




19 




20 




20 




20 




20 





156 



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Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

5J4 Points 



Dist 
to Run 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist 
Off 



l\1iles Miles 



1.7 

3.4 

5.1 

6.7 

8.4 

10.1 

11.7 

13.5 

15.2 

16.8 

18.5 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

5/2 Points 




1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



1.9 

3.8 

5.7 

7.6 

9.5 

11.3 

13.2 

15.1 

16.9 

18.8 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

5% Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

2.2 

4.3 

6.4 

8.6 
10.7 
12.8 
14.9 
17.0 
19.1 



Diff Between 
Course & Bear. 

6 Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7- 

8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Dist 
Off 

Miles 

2.5 

4.9 

7.3 

9.7 
12.1 
14.5 
16.9 
19.3 



PILOT'S REAY RECKONER 



157 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

ei^ Points 



Dist 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

2.8 

5.6 

8.4 
11.2 
14.0 
16.8 
19.6 



Diff. Between 
Course &'Bear 

7!4 Points 



Dist 
to Run 



Dist. 
Off 



Miles ! Miles 



1 
2 
3 



6.75 
13.50 
20.00 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

6 1/2 Points 



Dist 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Dist. 
Off 



Miles 

3.3 

6.6 

99 
13.2 
16.5 
19.7 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

71/2 Points 



Dist 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 



Dist 
Off 



Miles 



10. 
20. 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

6% Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 

1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

4. 

8. 
12. 
15.9 
19.8 



Diff. Between 
Course & Bear. 

7% Points 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 



Dist. 
Off 

Miles 

20. 



Diff Between 
Course & Bear. 

7 Points 




Diff Between 
Course & Bear. 



Dist. 
to Run 

Miles 



Dist 
Off 

Miles 




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DANIEL MAHONEY & SONS 

34-36 38-40 WASHhGTON ST. and 17 NAl\ ST. 

Manufacturers of 

McBean Steel Ranges and 
Signal Lamps 



BUFFALO 



NEW YORK 



A. J. RUSSELL 



Established 1857 



H. R. WATSON 



RUSSELL & WATSON 

Manufacturers of 
Steamboat Steel Ranges and Supplies, Marine Head, Side 
and Anchor I/amps, Kitchen Outfits for Steamboats and 
Vessels. Brass, Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work. Re- 
tinning Copper Ware a Specialty. 

145 Main St. BUFFALO. N. Y. 



A. H. KROPMAN 
J. B. GREENBERG 



FRONTIER PHONE3J4J1 
BELL PHONE. SENECA 3475-W 



KROPMAN & GREENBERG 

POPULAR PRICED 

Merchant Tailors 



340 Washington St. and 15 N. Division St. 
BUFFALO NEW YORK 



DETROIT RIVER POSTAL SERVICE 159 



DETROIT RIVER POSTAL SERVICE 
Regulations as Published by the Postmaster of the City of DetroK 



It will be necessary for boats desiring to receive or deliver United 
States mail to enter the American channel, but only at the point of 
delivery. 

The station will be located at the foot of First street, and deliver- 
ies will be made as nearly opposite that point as possible by a launch 
and small boats, the service being a continuous one day and night. 

When telegrams from passing vessels are handed to the marine 
letter carrier, the amount of money accompanying same, in addition 
to the cost of the message, should be sufficient to attach a 2-cent 
postage stamp to same. 

The delivery of telegrams may be had by instructing the tele- 
graph company to attach a 2-cent stamp to the telegram, and, for 
immediate delivery, the addition of a special delivery stamp. 

Mail for delivery from the marine postoffice should be directed 
to the "Marine Postoffice, Detroit, Mich.," and deliveries will be 
made throughout the entire period of navigation. 

The signal to passing boats from the United States mail boat 
for delivery of mail will be one long whistle, one short whistle, one 
long whistle. 

Sijgnal for steam vessels wanting the mail boat to call for mall: 
One long whistle, one short whistle, one long whistle. 

Signal for sailing vessels requiring mail boat: White flag by 
day, flashing bright light at night. 

Signal from mail boat to large boats to check down: Three 
blasts of mocking bird whistle. 

Signal from row boat belonging to mall boat when approaching 
vessels for delivery of mail: White flag in day time, swinging bright 
light at night. 

IMPORTANT: Letters and packages will be received from pass- 
ing boats by the marine carriers for registration and a receipt issued 
to the senders at the time, but registered letters and parcels can not 
be delivered to passing boats, as the necessary identification and 
receipts can not be had. The addressees of such letters and parcels 



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PHONE 1198 CANAL 

SAILORS' HEADQUARTERS 

MANUFACTURERS OF UNION MADE CLOTHING 

Ready-to-wear clothes made right and of thoroughly shrunk 

woolens at minufacturers' prices. 
Clothes made to order our specialty. Large assortment to 

select from. 
Large stock of Rubber Goods, Suit Cases and Valises. 
All kinds of Shoes, Hats and Caps 
To any Sailor we give 1 per cent off on ever}* dollar you 

spend in our large Clothing House. 

We huv Woolens directly from the Mills 
YOU SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT 

JOHN J. DVORAK & CO. 

1853-SS BLUE ISLAND AVE. 



CHICAGO. ILL. 



Telephone Superior 4997 

ILLINOIS - MARINE - WRECKING 

SUB - MARINE DIVING 

Centrifugal Pump, Syphon, I/ighter and Tug, Removing 
Line from Propeller Wheel, Pipe Work. All Kinds of Work 
Below Water Day or Night. 
Tug F. O. EARNSHAW CAPT. O. L. ANDERSON 

Res. 9 W. Maple Street CHICAGO 



Insurance 



f Hulls 
J Carsroes 
I Ocean 
iFire 



Telephone Wabash 1194 



C. W. ELPHICKE & CO. 

LAKE FREIGHT AGENTS 
ROOMS 208-2*9 WESTERN UNION BUILDING 

111 W. Jackson Blvd. CHICAGO 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 161 



are. however, duly notified by mail of their receipt, and that they will 
be held at the postoffice the usual time, subject to their order to for- 
ward or to deliver to some person ashore. 

Money orders can also be procured through the marine carriers 
by following the instructions issued by the postmaster; if not pro- 
vided with a copy of same, apply to the carrier. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 
For Navigating Lower Detroit River 

Approved by the Secretary of War, October 17, 1912 

Definitions. The Lower Detroit River is that portion of the 
Detroit River between the Mamajuda range lights and Lake Erie. 

Speed under these rules shall in all cases be speed over the 
bottom. 

These rules shall replace all rules and regulations heretofore 
published for navigating the Lower Detroit River. 

Rule 1. No vessel of 100 gross tons or over shall navigate the 
Livingstone Channel at a rate of speed greater than ten statute miles 
per hour between its junction with the Amherstburg Channel at 
Ballards Reef and the Bar Point light vessel; nor the Amherstburg 
Channel at a rate of speed greater than twelve statute miles per 
hour between the south end of Bois Blanc Island and the north gas 
buoys at Ballards Reef, and where the width of this channel is re- 
stricted by improvements in progress, through such restricted width 
of channel the speed shall not exceed eight statute miles per hour. 

Rule 2. Downbound freight vessels shall pass through the Living- 
stone Channel and enter Lake Erie via the channel west of Detroit 
River lighthouse. All upbound vessels shall enter Detroit River via 
the channel east of Detroit River lighthouse, and pass through the 
Amherstburg Channel. 

Vessels under 100 gross tons, and vessels making local stops 
along these routes, are exempt from this rule. 

Rule 3. Passenger vessels may use the Amherstburg Channel 
downbound, but should they pass down through the Livingstone Chan- 
nel they shall be subject to the rules governing that channel. 

Rule 4. All upbound light-draft vessels and all passenger vessels 
using the Amherstburg Channel shall pass through the auxiliary chan- 



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Tel. I^incoln 4533 



Res. Tel. I^iucoln 2283 



Geo. E. Gorbett Boiler & Tank Go. 



Estimates given on all kinds of 

Boilers, Tanks, Coolers, Smoke Stacks, 
Jacket Kettles, Breechings, Roofing 
and Tar Kettles, Sheet Iron Work. 

OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING AND CUTTING 
MARINE WORK A SPECIALTY 



Repairing promptly attended to 
Day or Night 



1332-36 Cortland St, 
CHICAGO 



Bus. Phoue I^incoln 1667 



Res. Phone Belmont 5040 



Gilbert Andersen 

SHIP BUILDER 



Oak Timber, Rock Elm Fenders 
and Spars Always on Hand 
Repairing Promptly Attended to 
At all Times, Day or Night 



1035 West North Avenue 



CHICAGO 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 163 

nel to the eastward of the improved channel at Ballards Reef. This 
auxiliary channel is 280 ft. wide and 14.5 ft. deep at low-water datum. 
The depth of water in this channel is posted in the cupola of building 
occupied by Duff and Gatfield, marine reporters, at Texas Dock. 

Rule 5. No vessel shall pass, or approach within one-quarter mile 
of another vessel bound in the same direction in that portion of Livii^g- 
stone Channel between its junction with the Amherstburg Channel 
at Ballards Reef and Bar Point light vessel; nor at any other portion 
of either channel where the width of channel is restricted by im- 
provements in progress. 

Tugs without tows and vessels under 100 gross tons are exempt 
from this rule. 

Rule 6. Any vessel approaching a tug with a tow moving in 
the same direction may pass such to^ by giving a signal indicating 
upon which side the vessel desires to pass, and it shall be the duly 
of the pilot of the tug to sheer clear of the side of the channel indi- 
cated and give the passing vessel all possible room. 

Rule 7. No vessel shall anchor within the limits of either channel 
except in distress or under stress of weather. Any vessel so anchored 
shall be moved as quickly as possible to such anchorage as will 
leave the channel clear for the passage of vessels. 

Rule 8. No vessel shall tow another through any of the improved 
channels unless such vessel moves the tow at least five miles per 
hour over the bottom; and no vessel of ten gross tons or over shall 
navigate the improved channels under sail power alone. 

Rule 9. All vessels passing dredges, drill scows, derrick scows, 
or other stationary plant engaged on improvements to the channels 
are required to slacken their speed when given a signal by three 
distinct blasts of the steam whistle. 

Rule 10. No vessel shall pass or attempt to pass another vessel 
or vessels moving in the same or opposite directions at any place 
in Lower Detroit River, in such a position that more than two vessels 
will be abreast when passing. 

Rule 11. Three long blasts of the steam whistle, when sounded 
from a patrolling vessel, will indicate that the vessel to which such 
signal is given is proceeding at too high a rate of speed, and such 
vessel must immediately moderate her speed accordingly. 

Rule 12. Four long blasts of the steam whistle, when sounded 
from a patrolling vessel, will indicate that the vessel to which such 
signal is given must stop until further orders from the patrolling 
vessel. 



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Ask for Dock Telephone 758 Seneca 

E. L. HEDSTROM'S 

Fuel Dock and Steam Lighter 

Michigan Street and Blackwell Canal 
Oock: Below 31ack:we1l Bridge 

BEST QUALrlTV 

Pittsburg ^ Youghiogheny Coal 
Fairmount Coal 

General Office— 304=312 Ellicott Square 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

special facilities for unloading damaered Rraiti and lightering vessels 

Special facilities for fueling tugs 



Home Telephone Frontier 27692 



T. B. QUINN, Supf. 



HENQERER'S 

the Store of dependable merchan- 
dise, maintains a well equipped 
Contract Department, giving special 
attention to furnishing the in- 
teriors of steamships and yachts. 

Emergency and '* Hurry Orders" ate filled 
with Dispatch and Precision 

The WM. HENOERER CO. 

BUFFALO 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 165 

Rule 13. One long blast followed by four short blasts, when 
sounded from a patrolling vessel, will indicate that the vessel to 
which such signal is given may proceed on her course. 

Rule 14. A vessel aground in or near a channel, or a vessel 
which from any accident is not under command, shall show from 
sunset to sunrise, at a height of not less than twenty feet nor more 
than forty feet above the hull, two lights in a vertical line one above 
the other and not less than six feet apart, and so fixed as to be 
visible to both up and downbound vessels. The upper of these lights 
shall be red. If the nature of the accident is such that the channel 
is closed, the lower of these lights shall also be red. But if the 
nature of the accident is such that vessels can pass in safety, the 
lower of these lights shall be white. 

Such vessel shall not show the lights required for a vessel at 
anchor. 

Such vessel shall, if the accident has closed the channel, sound 
a signal of several short and rapid blasts of the steam whistle to 
any approaching vessel, whereupon the approaching vessel shall stop 
and repeat this signal to any vessel coming up astern of her. 

But if the accident has not rendered passing unsafe, such vessel 
shall sound a signal of three distinct blasts to any approaching vessel, 
whereupon the approaching vessel shall answer with the same signal 
of three distinct blasts and shall reduce her speed and pass with 
caution. 

Such vessel shall in no case give or answer a passing signal 
without first giving several short and rapid blasts of the steam 
whistle. 

It shall be the duty of the Master of the first vessel passing such 
vessel to report the place and nature of the accident to the next 
marine reporting station or patrol boat. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR NAVIGATING THE SAINT CLAIR 
RIVER, MICH., IN THE VICINITY OF STAG ISLAND 

The United States Government having improved the channel to 
the westward of Stag Island by the removal of shoals, the following 
regulation is promulgated by the Secretary of War in pursuance of 
the provisions of Section 4 of the river and harbor act of August 
18, 1894, as amended by Section 11 of the river and harbor act of 
June 13, 1902. 



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gT[ We told Captain Kelley when he took this "ad" that 

jU we'd like to get in touch with the **boys" when they 

got ready to outfit their boats. I^et us figure with you. 

TowelSf Toweling, Sheets, Sheeting, Cottons, 
Linens, Blankets, etc. 

KNOX DRY GOODS CO. 

The Big Corner Store PORT HURON 

Com«r Military OCb ^XTatorSts. 

COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS 

AT 

HONVARDS 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOAT SUPPLIES 

Bear Block PORT HURON, MICH. 

CAPTAINS and STEWARDS; 

When in Port Huron you will find us always prepared to furnish 

GROCERIES, MEATS, FRESH 

VEGETABLES, FRUITS 

MILK AND ICE 

Ours is the Nearest Store to the Coaling Docks and Elevators 
Qualities High and Prices Low We look after your Laundry 

PARKER & COMPANY 

T. F. RICHARDSON, Manager 

Telephones No. 53 Night Telephone No. 959-J 

Cor. Military and Griswold Sts. PORT HURON, MICH. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 167 



All through-bound vessels in passing through the river at this 
point shall keep to the right, that is to say, all up-bound boats shall 
pass through the eastern channel and all down-bound boats through 
the western channel. 

This rule shall only apply to through-bound vessels and not to 
vessels running between local points on the river, which vessels may 
take either channel, conforming to the ordinary rules of the road at 
sea. 

ROBERT SHAW OLIVER, 

Assistant Secretary of War. 

War Department, January 8, 1907. 

The following regulation governing the speed of vessels navi- 
gating the St. Clair river in front of Samia has been approved by 
both the United States and Dominion Governments: 

The speed of vessels navigating the waters of St. Clair river in 
front of the city of Samia shall not exceed nine miles per hour. 

The city limits of Samia extend from just below the international 
tunnel to about opposite Bay Point. 

War Department, Sept. 16, 1909. 

The Canadian Government have concurred in the foregoing regu- 
lations for the navigation of the St. Clair River. 



Penalties for Violations 

Every person and every corporation which shall violate such 
rules and regulations shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, 
on conviction thereof in any district court of the United States within 
whose territorial jurisdicion such offense may have been committed, 
shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or 
by imprisonment (in case of a natural person) not exceeding six 
months, in the discretion of the court. 




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MANITOWOC 

SAVINGS BANK 



CAPITAL 
SURPUS 



$200,000.00 
40,000.00 



e^ e^ 



JOHN SCHUETTE 

pre; s ident 

LOUIS SCHUETTE 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

EDWIN SCHUETTE 

C A S H I E R 

HENRY DETJEN 

ASSISTANT CASHIER 



MANITOWOC, WISCONSIN 



REGULATIONS FOR CHICAGO HARBOR 169 



REGULATIONS FOR CHICAGO HARBOR 



Ordinance passed Dec. 13th, 1909, amending Section 1016 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905, as follows: 

Section 1016. Steam Tugs for Vessels — Penalty. All vessels, craft 
or floats not propelled by steam, navigating the harbor for which 
the opening of any bridge may be necessary, shall, while approaching 
and passing such bridge be towed by a steam tug. Any steam boat, 
vessel, craft or float propelled by steam of twelve hundred (1,200) 
tons gross burden or more, while navigating the portion of the Chi- 
cago River bounded by the Rush street bridge on the east, the 
Twelfth street bridge on the south and the Chicago avenue bridge 
on the north, all inclusive, shall have the assistance of a tug or tugs. 
It shall be unlawful for any steam boat, vessel, craft or float of twelve 
hundred (1,200) tons gross burden or more to back through any 
bridge draw in the Chicago River or the Calumet River within the 
limits of the City of Chicago without the assistance of a tug or tugs 
Page 2139 Council Proceedings. 

The mayor of Chicago has suspended this ordinance pending court 
decision on litigation so that it is not obligatory on a vessel master 
to take a tug on the Chicago river unless he thinks it necessary to 
do so. 



RULES FOR THE SAINT MARY'S RIVER 

Rule 1. These rules shall apply to the waters of Saint Mary's 
River from Point Iroquois on Lake Superior to Point Detour on 
Lake Huron, except those waters included in the Saint Mary's Falls 
Canals. 

Speed under these rules shall in all cases be speed over the 
bottom. 

Rule 2. No vessel of 500 gross tons or over shall navigate the 
Saint Mary's River at a rate of speed greater than ten statute miles 
per hour between Everen's Point and the float lights in Hay Lake 
marking the northern end of the Middle Neebish Channel, p:or between 
the post lights in Hay Lake and in Mud Lake markijafg the upper 
and lower ends, respectively, of the West Neebish dvknnel, nor be- 



y. 



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Bur's Grocery 

Oood Things to Eat. Specialties 

BUTTER, EfifiS, YEfiETABlES and PRODUCE 

Marine Trade Solicited Launch and Team Delivery 

117-119 North Washington St. GREEN BAY, WIS. 

BAER BROTHERS 

Wholesale and Retail 

MEATS and PROVISIONS 

HANCOCK, MICHIGAN 
DOLLAR BAY, MICH. 



HOUGHTON PURE FOOD CO. 

HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN 

MARINE TRADE A SPECIALTY 

Telephone-Hancock 24 MEATS. GROCERIES, 

Sourhto/544 •' "^ FRUITS, VEGETABLES 



Slick's Gary Laundry Co. 

5th Ave. and Mass. St. 
K GARY, IND. 

Marine Work a Specialty 

PHONE 144 



RULES FOR THE SAINT MARY'S RIVER 171 

tween Six Mile Point Rear Light and the intersection of Cedar Point 
and Birch Point Ranges. 

Rule 3. No vessel of 500 gross tons or over shall pass up the 
West Neebish Channel nor down the Middle Neebish Channel except 
vessels making a regular local stop on these channels and vessels 
bound in or out of the Saint Joseph or Lake George Channels at 
Harwood Point. 

Rule 4. No vessel shall pass, or approach within one-quarter 
mile of, a vessel bound in the same direction in any of those portions 
of the channels where speed is restricted to ten statute miles per 
hour except between Bayfield Rock and the Saint Mary's Falls Canals, 
and, for upbound vessels only, between Vidal Shoal and Black Gas 
Buoy No. 3, off Brush Point. 

Tugs without tows and local passenger boats under 500 gross 
tons are exempt from this rule. 

Rule 5. Any vessel approaching a tug towing a dredge or scow 
moving in the same direction may pass such tow by giving a signal 
indicating upon which side the vessel desires to pass, and it shall 
be the duty of the pilot of the tug to sheer clear of the side of the 
channel indicated and give the vessel all possible room. 

Rule 6. No vessel or raft shall anchor in any of the improved 
channels nor off Big Point within one-quarter mile of the waterworks 
intake crib, except vessels in distress or under stress of weather. 

Any vessel or raft so anchored shall at once shift anchorage 
as directed by the Supervisor of Anchorages. 

Rule 7. Vessels towing, while engaged in shortening or lengthen- 
ing tow lines, or dropping or making up tows; vessels mooring or 
unmooring, anchoring or hoisting anchor; vessels loading or dis- 
charging stores from boats alongside; and vessels awaiting supply 
boats are required to haul, clear of the range when possible and to 
permit the unobstructed passage of other vessels. 

Rule 8. No vessel is allowed to tow more than one vessel through 
any of the improved channels unless the vessel moves the tow at 
least live miles per hour over the bottom; and no vessel of ten gross 
or over shall navigate the improved channels under sail power alone. 

Rule 9. Every upbound vessel shall, when abreast of Everen's 
Point, sound a ten-second blast of the steam whistle, which shall 
be answered by any descending vessel between Dark Hole Gas Buoy 
and Johnston Point. 

Every vessel bound down the Middle Neebish Channel shall, when 
abreast of Dark Hole Gas Buoy, sound a ten-second blast of the steam 



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CALUMET LAUNDRY COMPANY 

Marine Work a Specialty 
Put your duds in our suds 

Telephone 103 

4381-3483 Michigan Avenue, Indiana Harbor, Indiana 

Telephone Main 169 NIgbt Calls: Black 373 White 533 

SPADEMAN & COMPANY 

Groceries, Meats and 
General Ship Supplies 
Everything a Boat Needs 

168-170 East Erie Avenue LORAIN, OHIO 

JOS. KESTLY 

CAFE 

Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars 

Cor. 8th and Quay Sts. MANITOWOC, WIS. 

MANITOWOC BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 

SHIP CAB!N BUHDERS 

Contracts taken to build and repair cabins 
We also carry a large stock of 

LUMBER 

Especially suitable for shipwork 

Near Goodrich Docks MANITOWOC, WIS. 



RULES FOR THE SAINT MARY'S RIVER 173 

whistle, which shall be answered by a like blast from any upbound 
vessel between Everen's Point and Johnston's Point. 

Immediately after such exchange of signals the passing signals 
shall be exchanged. 

Masters are cautioned not to sound the ten-second blast required 
by this rule before reaching the points named. 

Rule 10. All vessels passing dredges and other vessels engaged 
on improvements to the channels are required to slacken their speed 
upon such dredge or vessel giving the signal of three distinct blasts 
of the steam whistle. 

Rule 11. No vessel shall pass or attempt to pass another vessel 
or vessels moving in the same direction in such a position that more 
than two vessels will be abreast when passing. 

Rule 12. Rafts are required* to use the Old or Lake George 
Channel. When lying by they shall be moored clear of the channel. 
From Harwood Point to Mud Lake Crib Gas Buoy they will move 
only when and as directed by the Supervisor of Anchorages. 

Rafts originating in Hay Lake shall be moved only at such times 
and under such conditions as the Supervisor of Anchorages may 
direct. 

Rule 13. A vessel aground in or near a channel, or a vessel 
which from any accident is not under command, shall show from sun- 
set to sunrise, at a height of not less than twenty feet nor more than 
forty feet above the hull, two lights in a vertical line one above the 
other and not less than six feet apart and so fixed as to be visible 
to both up and downbound vessels. The upper of these lights shall 
be red. If the nature of the accident is such that the channel is 
closed, the lower of these lights shall be red. But if the nature of 
the accident is such that vessels can pass in safety, the lower of 
these lights shall be white. 

Such vessel shall not show the lights required for a vessel at 
anchor. 

Such vessel shall, if the accident has closed the channel, sound 
a signal of several short and rapid blasts of the steam whistle to any 
approaching vessel, whereupon the approaching vessel shall stop and 
shall repeat this signal to any vessel coming up astern of her. 

But if the accident has not rendered passing unsafe, such 
vessel may sound a signal of three distinct blasts to any approaching 
vessel, whereupon the approaching vessel shall answer with the same 
signal of three distinct blasts and shall reduce her speed and pass 
with caution. 



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J. HERB. BROWNLEE 

DRUGS and SPEX 

OWEN SOUND 

PHONE 67 

The Yellow'Colored Front 

The Big Electric Sign 

Oor (loods Most Make Good or We Do 



Phone 46-47 



Nicht or Sunday 
Call 1Q92 



Titde Bros. Packing Company 

The Largest Wholesale House la the Steel City 

Wholesale Dealers in 

MEATS, FANCY AND STAPLE flROCERIES 
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



MARINE TRADE OUR SPECIALTY 



Our Motto: **Fint Class Goods and Prompt Delivery" 



624-626-628-630 Broadway 



GARY, IND. 



RULES FOR THE SAINT MARY'S RIVER 175 

Such vessel shall in no case give or answer a passing signal 
without first giving several short and rapid blasts of the steam whistle. 

And it shall be the duty of the master of the first vessel passing 
such vessel to report the place and nature of the accident to the 
next lookout station, canal oflice, or patrol boat. 

Rule 14. Whenever vessels collect in any part of the river by 
reason of fog, smoke, ice, or the obstruction of any of the channels, 
the Supervisor of Anchorages shall direct and control their anchorage 
and their movements through such channels as the Engineer in charge 
of the improvements of the Saint Mary's River may declare open 
and under such restrictions as to order, speed, and towage as the 
Engineer in charge of the improvements in the Saint Mary's River 
may deem necessary to facilitate and expedite the passage of com- 
merce. Regular scheduled boats carrying passengers or mails may 
be advanced in order and any vessel not ready to move when directed 
will lose her position. All vessels are required to yield prompt and 
implicit obedience to the directions of the Supervisor of Anchorages. 

Rule 15. The patrolling vessels of the United States Revenue- 
Cutter Service shall have the right of way over all other vessels. 

Rule 16. Signals will be used by patrol vessels as follows: 

One long blast of the steam whistle followed by one short blast 
calls attention of nearest patrol boat or lookout station. This signal 
will also be used by any vessel that wishes to speak to a patrol boat. 

Three long blasts of the steam whistle will indicate that the 
nearest moving vessel is proceeding at too high a rate of speed, 
and such vessel will at once reduce her speed. 

Four long blasts of the steam whistle will indicate that the near- 
est moving vessel must stop until further orders. 

Rule 17. Day and night signals will lie displayed from the signal 
pole at Lookout Station No. 1, Johnson's Point, as follows: 

One red light by night or one red ball by day will indicate that 
the depth of water in the channel is below the normal, and the 
master of any vessel the draft of which approximates the normal 
depth will ascertain the depth of water existing in the channel be- 
fore attempting its passage. 

Two red lights by night or two red balls by day will indicate 
that the channel is closed to upbound vessels, and all such vessels 
will anchor in the order of their arrival, unless otherwise directed 
by the patrol boat, on the west side of the ranges from the Mill 
dock to Everen's Point and on the east side of the sailing lines in 



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HAUMERSEN COMPANY 

Dealers in 

GROCERIES AND MEATS 

MARINE SUPPLIES A SPEdALTY 

PHONE 294-DAY OR NIGHT 
1301 N. MAIN STREET RACINE, WIS. 



PHONE 143 

F. J. Greene Engineering Works 

Marine Repairs Our Specialty 
1 028 Douglas Ave. RACINE. WIS. 

lank of l^amtltott 

HEAD OFFICE, HAMILTON, ONT. 



Capital and reserve 
Total assets over 



$ 6.500.000 
$45,000,000 



Port Arthur Branch Fort William Branch 

193 Park St. Cor. Victoria Ave. and Brodie St. 

MARINE BUSINESS SOLICITED 



■^» 344 



L,aunch Delivery 



VESSEL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY 

^^ji gHUER BROTHERS 

\ND M ARISE MEAT MARKET 
Our Motto: ^^^ Sausages of all kinds 

6-62«-6#^^'^ SANDUSKY, OHIO 



RULES FOR THE SAINT MARY'S RIVER 177 

Mud Lake below Mud Lake Crib Gas Buoy, and will so remain 
anchored as long as these signals are displayed. 

Rule 18. The signal of two red lights by night or two red balls 
by day may be used by the patrol boats or by lookout stations other 
than No. 1 to signify that vessels approaching a blockaded channel 
must anchor where designated and so remain anchored until further 
instructed by a patrol boat. 

Rule 19. A white light hoisted on the flagstaff of any lookout 
station by night or a white flag or ball hoisted under the ensign by 
day will signify that the lookout has instructions for passing vessels. 

Rule 20. The foregoing rules shall not apply to motor boats as 
defined under the act of Congress approved June 9, 1910, or to sail 
vessels under ten gross tons. 

Rule 21. In all cases where the foregoing rules are not applicable 
the attention of masters is directed to the Pilot Rules for the Great 
Lakes and their Connecting and Tributary Waters. 

Complaints arising under these rules should be addressed to the 
"Supervisor of Anchorages, Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan." 

Appeals from the assessments of fines will be accompanied by 
sworn statements in duplicate. They will be addressed to "The 
Honorable, The Secretary of Commerce and Labor," and must be 
forwarded through the collector of customs that assessed the fine. 
These rules will take effect April 15th, 1911. 

BENJ. S. CABLE, 

Acting Secretary. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS IN CASE OF OBSTRUCTIONS TO 

COMMERCE IN ST. MARY'S RIVER, MICHIGAN, PRESCRIBED 

BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR, JANUARY 9, 1907 

Under authority of Section 4 of the River and Harbor act of 
August 18, 1894, as amended by Section 11 of the River and Harbor 
act of June 13, 1902, the following rules and regulations in case of 
obstructions to commerce in the St. Mary's River, Michigan, are 
hereby prescribed: 

Whenever any boat, vessel, raft, or other water craft, shall, by 
reason of grounding, becoming fast in ice, or any other cause, en- 
danger or obstruct, the free passage of vessels, the Engineer Officer 
in charge of the improvement of St. Mary's River, Michigan, or his 
duly accredited representative, is hereby authorized to take imme- 



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H. J. KETTLER 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

9228 Commercial Avenue 



Telephoue South Chicago 5793 



SOUTH CHICAGO 



NKW PHONR 4203 



OIvD PHONE BROAD 203 



Armstead's Laundry 

J. T. and C. E. Armstead, Props. 



1706-1708 North Third St. 



SUPERIOR, WIS. 



Oscar Lundgren 

BUFFET 

STRAIGHT GOODS ONLY 

Phone So. Chicago 689 

91st and Commercial Ave. SO. CHICAGO 



Home Phone 379 



Bell Phone 2291 



White Steam Laundry 

Work called for and returned same day. Special attention to Marine 
Trade. The only I«aundry in the Tonawandas, New York 



70 Main Street 



North Tonawanda, N. Y. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS, ETC. 



179 



diate charge with full power to stop all vessels and direct their 
anchorage; to clear a channel; to designate the order in which all 
vessels shall proceed after the channel is opened; and to do all 
other things necessary and proper to facilitate and expedite the 
passage of commerce. 

While in the performance of this duty all orders of the EJngineer 
Officer, or his agent, shall be obeyed, and any violation of such orders 
will be considered a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding 
five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment (in the case of a natural 
person) not exceeding six months, in the discretion of the court, as 
provided in the aforesaid law. 



Bacon's PHarmacy 

UTe REXALL STORE 

When your boat hits the dock, don't expect a 
shock, but look to '* BAKE" for your goods. 



Western Union and American Express Office. 



ST. CI^AIR. MICH. 



Bell Phone 3051 Y 



I^AUNCH DEWVKRY Harri.son Phone 336R 

Satisfaction Guaranteed 



SANDUSKY'S MARINE MEAT MARKET 

Meats and Sausages of AH Kinds 



Tritschler Bros. , Props. 
Cor. Washington and Camp Sts. 



(Successors to A. Tritschler) 

vSANDUSKY. OHIO 





180 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Rates $2.25 to $3.00 per Day 

THE NEW WILLIAMS HOUSE 

Gray & Zentner, Proprietors 

Headquarters for Marine Men 
Hot and Cold Water in every room 

MANITOWOC WISCONSIN 

The J. G. Johnson Co. 

Bituminous and Anthracite 

COAL 

Dock between 9th and 10th Streets, South side of River 
Phone 104 Manitowoc, Wisconsin 

Phone 334 A. J. CHBRMAK 

Union Meat Market 






Dealer in 

Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Milk and Ice 
MARINE TRADE A Sf'ECIALTY 

210 N. Sth Street MANITOWOC, WIS. 



Home Phone 5861 Bell Phone 681-R 

J. C. KINZLY & SON 

DEAI^RRS IN 

Groceries, Meats, Poultry, Fish, etc, 

79 Felton Siieet. Gratwick NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y 



3F RUNNING TIME ST. MARVS RIVER 181 



3F RUNNING TIME ST. MARY'S RIVER 









Time 








""■■ 


ampnient Crib 




0.8 


5 


D Dark Hole turn 




1.6 


10 


larwood Pt. turn 




3.3 


20 


Junction Buoy No. 35 . 




3.3 


20 


oat Light No. 14 




2.8 


n 


Sfx Mile Pt. to Red Nun 


Buoy . . 


1.5 


9 






1.& 


9 


ut to North Entrance . 




1.5 


9 






















ection of Birch Pt. and 


Cedar 











5,0 


30 



lOUND DOWN 

h Pt. and Cedar Pt. ranges 1 

■t 

it west end 

to North Entrance 

lower end Island cut 

ut to Red Nun Buoy 

lower Crib Light opposite Si 

lay Pt. turn CribNo. 22 

lo. 22 to Lookout Station 4 . . . 

ia Lower Gas Buoy 

) Lookout Station 5 

i Mud Lake Cribs 1-2 




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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



COMPASS COURSES AND DISTANCES 



The following tables of corrected compass courses and distances 
were prepared by Frank Morrison, compass adjuster of Cleveland. 

Corrected Compass Courses 



Lake Erie 


Course 


Miles 


Buffalo to Long Point 

LonsT Point to Dummv 


W by S % S 
W by S % S 


63% 
134 


Buffalo to Erie 


S W % W 


76% 


Buffalo to Ashtabula 


S W by W ^ W 


117 


Buffalo to Fairport 

Fairport to Cleveland 


S W by W % 

S W ^ W 


143 
29 


Buffalo to Sandusky 

Erie to Dummy 

Ashtabula to Dummy 


S W by W % W 

w % s 

w 14 s 

W % N 

N W by N 
N E by E % E 


216 
' 126 

88 


Fairport to Dummy 


62% 


Lorain to Dummy 

Sandusky to Dummy 


30 



Lake Huron 



Fort Gratiot to Sand Beach 

Sand Beach to Tunder Bay -. . . 

Thunder Bay to Presque Isle 

Presque Isle to Forty-Mile Point . . . 

Thence Sheboygan Light 

Presque Isle to Detour 

Detour to Cheboygan , , 

Detour to Bois Blanc 

Thence to Straits of Mackinac 



Course 


Miles 


N % W 


58% 


N by W % W 


87 Va 


N W by N % N 


26% 


N W by W"^ W 


47 


West 


8 


N W by N % N 


45 


s w % w 


30 


W by S % S 


26% 


West 


9% 



ASS COURSES AND DISTANCES 



hiaan 


Coura« 


Ml lea 


rth Manltou 

Int Betsey 


s w % s- 

S by W % W 

S W % W 
S W by S % S 

W % N 
S W by W 14 W 

S W 16 w 
w 14 s 

N % E 
N by E H B 


30 


Iwaukee north 








verty nortli ot 





























Mackinac 


Course 


Miles 


nac 

Vaugoshance .... 


N W by W !4 W 
West 


19 
1814 



aerior 


Course 


Miles 


Point 

able Point 


N W % N 

WM: S 

W by S H S 

W^i N 

W14S 

W by N % N 

West 

W by S 

W by S H S 

S W by W li W 

W by S % S 

S W by W % W 


25% 




ntrance 

opper Harbor . . 
gle Harbor 


20' 

. H51S 

7 










Harbors 

Point 


16S 
5 



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DISTANCES 





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P-4 




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CQ 


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H 


Q 



Buffalo 


80 


117 
43 


143 
73 
27 


173 

TOl 

56 

30 


696 
626 
585 
563 
544 


825 
756 
715 
693 
674 
201 


S92 i 760 
822 j 691 
781 ' 650 
759 ' 628 
739 609 
275 , 339 
83 51ft 


949 
880 
839 
817 
798 
578 
708 
773 


973 998 


Erie 


904 928 


Ashtabula 

PairDort 




863 
841 
822 
602 
732 
797 


887 
865 


Cleveland 

Escanaba 








846 
626 


Milwaukee 












755 


Chicacro 
















584 


820 


Marauette 


















279 


Ashland 




















72 


94 


Two Harbors 


















27 

























Distances to Chicago are by south passage; if by middle passage 
add nine miles; if west passage add 17 miles to the distances to Lake 
Superior and Lake Erie ports. 



Phone SOS 



Vessel Supplies a Specialty 



HANLON BROTHERS 

CASH GROCERS 

Staple and Fancy Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables 

346 Main Straet RMCttfE, WIS, 



SE OF THE BEARING INDICATOR 



5E OF THE BEARING INDICATOR 
id with Compliments of Buffalo Lodge 

i error of the compass by the north star. 

: rising and setting sun. 

tain the distance off from a. lighthouse or other 

arings Itnown as the four- point bearing, the cross 

jearing method which are thus explained. 

the error of the compass by a bearing of tlie 
e dial of the indicator same as the pilot houae 
t the sight-bar toward the north star and the 

the error at once. 

the amplitude tables that have been published 

the error of the compass may be obtained by 

the rising or setting sun. 



The Four-Point Bearing 





yi 


^, 




f^ I 


5 




i>y ? 










coi/ost 


/ inmi 






bearing is the most simple and easy bearing to 

the exact distance oft a lighthouse or other 

ut having to use the chart, and Is taken thus: 

;ourse is N. H W., set the sight-bar at N. W. M; 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



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■ S S Si ^ s s 3 s iS K ^ ;z r. I 

SiSSSSISSSiqSEgiSSSSt 

l$ = 8iS&£!E5!3SESESS!^!SE 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 

r Connecting and Tributary Waters 

lations tor the eovernment of pilots of vessels 

gas, fluid, naphtha, or electric motors, and of 
led by machinery navigating the Great Lakes 
■ and tributary waters as tar east as Mootreal, 
1 of United States Supervising Inspectors, Steam- 
ice, on February 14, 1907, and approved by the 
rce and Labor on February 25, 1907, under the 

of Congress approved February 8, 1896, 



lall be Effective On and After July 1 



Preliminary 



rules the words "steam vessel" ai 
isBl propelled by machinery, 
er way" within the meaning of these rules when 

or made fast to the shore or aground, 
m" can, when circumstances permit, be ascer- 
vatching the compass bearing of an approaching 
ig does not appreciably change, such risk should 

Signals 
eathers every steam vessel under way In taking 
d or required by these rules shall indicate that 
ing "signals" on her whistle, to be accompanied, 
by corresponding alteration of her helm; and 
receiving a signal from another shall promptly 
ne signal or sound the danger signal as provided 

ans, "I am directing my course to starboard," 
araers are approaching each other at right angles 
than when one steamer is overtaking another, 
ifies intention of steamer which is to starboard 
course and speed, 
jan, "I am directing my course to port," except 



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190 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

that when two steamers are approaching each other at right angles 
or obliquely, other than when one steamer is overtaking another, 
two short blasts signify desire of or assent to steamer which is to 
port of the other to cross the bow of steamer to starboard. 

Rule II. If, when steamers are approaching each other, the pilot 
of either vessel fails to understand the course or intention of the 
other, whether from signals being given or answered erroneously, or 
from other causes, the pilot so in doubt shall immediately signify 
the same by giving the "danger signal" of four or more short and 
rapid blasts of the whistle ; and if both vessels shall have approached 
within half a mile of each other, both shall be immediately slowed 
to a speed barely sufficient for steerageway, and, if necessary, stopped 
and reversed, until the proper signals are given, answered, and 
understood, or until the vessels shall have passed each other. 

Rule III. Steam vessels are forbidden to use what has become 
technically known among pilots as "cross signals" — that is, answer- 
ing one whistle with two, and answering two whistles with one. 
In all cases, and under all circumstances, a pilot receiving either of 
the whistle signals provided in the rules, which for any reason he 
deems injudicious to comply with, instead of answering it with a 
cross signal, shall at once sound the danger signal and observe the 
rule applying thereto (Rule II). 

Rule IV. The signals for passing, by the blowing of the whistle, 
shall be given and answered by pilots in compliance with these rules, 
not only when meeting "head and head," or nearly so, but at all 
times when passing or meeting at a distance within a half mile of 
each other, and whether passing to the starboard or port. 

Situations 

Rule V. When steamers are approaching each other "head and 
head," or nearly so, it shall be the duty of each steamer to pass on 
the port side of the other; and the pilot of either steamer may be 
first in determining to pursue this course, and thereupon shall give, 
as a signal of his intention, one short and distinct blast of his 
whistle, which the pilot of the other steamer shall answer promptly 
by a similar blast of his whistle, and thereupon such steamers shall 
pass on the port side of each other. But if the courses of such 
steamers are so far on the starboard of each other as not to be con- 
sidered by pilots as meeting "head and head," or nearly so, the 
pilot so first deciding shall immediately give two short and distinct 
blasts of his whistle, which the pilot of the other steamer shall 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 



two similar blasts of tals whistle, and they shall 

■li aide of each other: Provided, however, that In 
. where there \b a current and in the rivers St, 
etroit, Niagara, and St. Lawrence, when two 
ig, the descending steamer shall have the right 
iefore the vessels shall have arrived within the 
If mile of each other, give the signal necessary 
Ide she elects to take. 

earners will be considered as meeting "head and 
ith the colored lights of each are In view of the 

ever a steamer Is neartng a short bend or curve 
re, from the height of the banhs or other cause, 
ing from the opposite direction cannot be seen 
alt a mile, the nllot of such steamer, when he 
within half a mile of auch curve or bend, shall 
i long blast of the whistle, which signal shall he 
illar blast, given by the pilot of any steamer 
may be approaching on the other side, and within 
lend or curve. Should such signal be so answered 

the further side of such bend, then the usual 
; and passing shall immediately be given and 
i first signal of such pilot be not answered, he Is 
mel clear and i:;overD himself accordingly. 
1 a steamer is moved From Its dock or berth, and 
liable to approach such steamer from any direc- 
ind any approaching steamer shall give the same 
}f steamers meeting at a bend; but immediately 
lock or berth as to be fully in sight they shall 
rules for passing. 

en one steamer Is overtaking another, and the 
which is astern shall desire to pass on the right 
of the steamer ahead, he shall give one short 
!, as a signal of such desire and intention, and 
:o port; or it he shall desire to pass on the left 

steamer ahead, he shall give two short blasts 
signal of auch desire and Intention, and shall put 
ard, and the pilot of the steamer ahead shall 
! signals; or if be does not think It safe for the 
.tempt to pass at that point, he shall immediately 
' giving four or more short and rapid blaatfi of 
ider no circumstances shall the steamer astern 



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IMPERIAL, MEAT MARKET— Phone 63—957 2nd Avenue East 
IDEAIy MEAT MARKET— Phone 162— S84 2nd Avenue East 

W. J. WYLIE & SON 

Wholesale and Retail Butchers 

All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats. Poultry and Vegetables in 
Season. Special Attention Paid to Marine Trade 



Residence Phone 489 '668 



Owen Sound, Ont. 



When in the Best Port on Georgian Bay, catt at 

^^THE TOGGERY SHOP^^ 

Men and Boys' Furnishings, Clothing of all 
Kinds, Rain Coats and All Kinds of Wearing 
Apparel for Sailors and Tourists 

t 

GEORGE ROBINSON PENETANGUISHENE, ONT* 



C. BECK MFG. CO. 

LIMITED 

Penctanguishene^ Ont^ 

Lathy Lumber, Boxes, 
Wooden Pails and Tubs 



Tug ** Wahnapitac '^ 
If you want a good pull 



tULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 193 

steamer ahead until such time as they have 
Te It can be safely done, when said Bteamer 
ler willinKneas by blowing the proper sienals. 

in no case attempt to cross the- bow or crowd 
he passing steamer, 

ling up with another vessel from any direction 
3 abaft her beam — that is. in such a poBitlon, 
• vessel which she is overtaking, that at night 

to see either of that vessel's side lights — shall 
overtaking vessel; aod no eubseguent alteration 
:en the two vessels shall make the overtaking 
sel within the meaning of these rules, or relieve 
teping clear of the overtaken vessel until she Is 

vertaking vessel cannot always koow with cer- 
a forward of or abaft this direction from the 
)uld, if in doubt, assume that she is an over- 
sp out of the way. 

channels less than Ave hundred feet In width, 
pass another going In the same direction unless 
ad shall be disabled or signify her willlnsness 
astern shall pass, when the steam vessel astern 
)wever, to the other rules applicable to such a 
steam vessels proceeding in opposite directions 
such chanoels. both such vessels shall be slowed 
ipeed. according to the circumstances. 
two steamers are approaching each other at 
ely so as to involve risk of collision, other than 
overtaking another, the steamer which has the 
irt side shall hold her course and speed; and 
as the other on her own starboard side shall 
)f the other by directing her course to starboard 
3rn of the other steamer, or. If necessary to do 
1 or stop or reverse. The steamer having the 
't bow shall blow one blast of her whistle as a 
an to cross the bow of the other, holding her 
ilch signal shall be promptly answered by the 
! short blast of her whistle as a signal of her 
;r course to starboard so as to cross the stern 

or otherwise keep clear. 
i whatever the conditions covered by this altua- 
revent Immediate compliance with each other's 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



R. P. BUTCHART & BRO. 

Headquarters for 

Ship Chandlery, Engineers' Supplies 

Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Etc. 
Special Attention to Marine Trade. 

Corner 9tli St. East and 2nd Ave. OWEN SOUND, ONT. 



McKay Brothers 

Dry Goods and Ladies^ Wear 

Owen Sound, Ontario 



MARINE DRY GOODS SUPPLIES 
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, BLANKETS, LINENS, ETC. 

Owen Sound Carpet and 
Furnishing Co. 

973975 Second Ave. East, OWEN SOUND. ONT. 
J. H. HART JAS. GRIMOLDBY 



Phone 122 



A. E. MOORE 

MEN'S OUTFITTER 



956 2nd Ave. East 



OWEN SOUND, ONT. 



fm^mm^^mr^^^m 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 



srBtanding or objection shall be at once made- 
; the danger signal, and both steamers shall be 
if necesary. until signals for passing with aatety 

1 two steamers are approaching each other at 
uely, other than when one steamer is overtaking 
steamer having the other on her own starboard 
bow of the other, without involving risk of 
sr having the other on her own starboard side 
of the other. If the steamers are within halt 
- the steamer having the other od her own star 
3, as a signal of her intention to cross the bow 
□rt and distinct blasts of her whistle, which, If 
•T Steamer shall promptly answer by two similar 
le, when the steamer having the other on her 
may cross the bow of the other, in which case 
the other on her own port side shall keep out 
ther, if, however, the steamer having the other 
le deems It dangerous for the other steamer to 
shall sound the danger algnal. In which case 
be stopped, and backed if necessary, until signals 
3ty are made, answered, and understood. 
□ a steam vessel and a saiUng vessel are pro- 
ictions as to Involve risk of collision the steam 
t of the way of the sailing vessel, 
obeying and construing these rules due regard 
dangers of navigation and collision and to any 
B which may render a departure from the above 
order to avoid immediate danger. 

Fog Signals 
inever there Is thick weather by reason of fog. 
Heavy rain storms, or other causes, whether by 

signals shall be used as follows: 
under way, excepting only a steam vessel with 
Diind at intervals of not more than one minute 
of her whistle. 

a raft in tow shall sound at intervals of not 
te a screeching or Modoc whistle for from three 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Marine Supply Company 

Sarnia, Ont. 



GROCERffiS, 

MEATS, ICE, 

MILK AND 

GENERAL 
SUPPLIES 

236 CROMWELL ST. Day Phone 255. Night 372 

R. H. McMANN & CO. 

E. A. Behnke 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

GROCERIES, MEATS AND PROVISIONS 



Vessel trade a specialty. All orders promptly attended to 

Vessels and Hotels supplied. !Launch Delivery 

Telephone vSo. Chicago 283 

New Number, 3128 E. 92nd Street 

South Chicago ILLINOIS 



' RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 197 

Jy striking the beil twice in quick succeBsion, 
longer iDterval. and then again Btriking twice in 
1 tlie manner in wlilch tour bella Is struch in 

anchor and any vessel aground fn or near a 

shall, at intervals of not more than two minutes, 
y for three to five seconds. 

:o be Moderate in Fog, and so Forth 

y steam vessel shall, in thick weather, by reason 

snow, heavy rain atocms, or other causes, go at 

steam vessel hearing, apparently not more than 
;ht ahead, the fog signal of another vessel, shSill 

speed to bare steerageway. and navigate with 
Bssels Bhall have passed each other. 

Posting of Pilot Rules 
other motor vessels of over 100 ^ross tons, two 
nl form of these rules (Form 807) shall be kept 
licuous places in the vessel, one copy of which 
ill up in the pilot house. On steam and other 
irer 25 gross tons and not over 100 gross tons, 
lacard iorm of pilot rules shall be kept on board, 
shall be kept posted up in the pilot house. On 
notor vessels of 25 gross tons and under, two 
d form of pilot rules shall be kept on board, and, 

one copy thereof shall be kept conspicuous!}' 
'essel. (Authority: Section 3, act of Congress 
8. 1S95.) 

Diagrams 
diagrams are intended to illustrate the working 
jlored lights and pilot rules: 
First Situation 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 




Nelson Mills Lumber Mfg. Co. 

Milling, Lumber, Lath and Shingles of very best 
grade, finest interior for Houses at reasonable cost 

BUILDERS OF FINE LAUNCHES 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 



JAMES A^ BLACK 

(Successor to John Black) 
General Hardware, Paints and Glass, Smoke Stacks, 

Tanks, etc. 
Sheet Metal Work of every description. Galley Outfits 
Correct Repairs for Russel & Watson ranges always in stock 

Phone S. C. 98 

32J6 East 92nd Street SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL- 

THE E. G. TODT CO. 

Engineers and Machinists 
GENERAL MAChlNE SHOP 

LAUNCH SERVICE 

Marine Work a Specialty Repairing of all kinds 

Phone South Chicago 1377 ' 

9388 Ewing Avenue South Chicago, Illinois 



^T^ommensen 



P. Petersen 



H. P. Jensen 



*. The New /Modern Steam Laundry 

^outh Chicago Laundry Co. 

VESSKL TRADE A SPECIALTY 

Phone South Chicago 880 

V 

reet South Chicago, 111. 

^j, 



30)3 East 91 




1ULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 199 

: rule that botb aball put tbelr helms to port 
rt side of each other, each having prevloualy 
le whistle. 

Second Situation 



the red light only will be visible to each, the 
e green lights from being seen. Both vessels 
to port of each other, which is rulable in this 
laving previously signilied hia Intention hy one 



Third SItuatio 



the green light only will be visible to each, the 
le red light from being seen. They are there- 
board of each other, which Is rutable In this 
having previously signiQed his Intention by two 

Fourth Situation 



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THE SHIP MASTERS* ASSOCIATION 



O'NEIL OIL and PAINT COMPANY 

297 to 301 East Water Street 
MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Manufacturers of 

MARINE 

lyUbricating Oils and Greases, White Lead, Steam- 
ship Black, Paints, Varnishes, Brushes, 
Boiler Compounds, Cleaning Soap, 
Sal Soda, etc. 

TELEPHONE MAIN 26 

We Specialize in Tailoring for Marine Men 

Globe Tailoring Co^ 

MILWAUKEE'S LARGEST TAILORS 
369-37 J East Water St 



J. A. UAMOUREUX 

New Central Meat Market 

Prime Meat, Poultry, Fish, Vegetables, and a full line 
of Qrocers' Supplies. Special attention to Marine Men 

425 Wellington St., at St. Ctiarles, Montreal 

Telephon* 430 Victoria 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 20 

one Bteamer is overtaking another steamer tron 
ie angle of two points abaft the beame of th< 
The overtaking steamer may pass on the star 
f the steamer ahead after the necessary signah 
in given, with assent of the overtaken Bteamer 

s viir. 

Frfth Srtuation 



two steamers are approaching each other al 
uely in guch manner as to Involve risk of col 
here one steamer is overtaking another. 
Ich has the other fla her own port side shal 
ed, and the other shall keep clear by crossins 
r that is holding course and speed, or if neces 
slacken her speed or stop or reverse, 
lall otherwise observe the provisions of Rule X 
Ignals tor passing and the danger stgnat. 



lOS. DOYLE 

BUPFBT 

St. so. CHICAGO, ILL. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Main Office, Bell Phone 291 SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT 

Main Office — Cor. Main & Goundry Adjoining N.Tonawanda Post Office 

Tonawanda Fueling Co. 

PVBL DOCK 

Cor. Main and Sommer Sts., Dock Bell Phone 18 

Extensive improvements made this year for the speedy fueling of vessels 

NORTH TONAWANDA. N. Y. 



Bell Tel. Office 242; Res. 66-R 



Home Office Tel. 226: Res. 3931 



JAMES O'CONNOR 

SHIP CHANDLER 

Plymouth Rope, Canal Boat Wheels, Castings, Canvas, Oils, 
Chains, Blocks, Paints, Oakum and Engineers' Supplies 

Mariae Agency for The Standard Oils and Greases 

No. 24 N. Niagara St. TONAWANDA. N. Y. 

ZUCKMAIER BROS. 

Tonawanda's Great Department Store 

SPECIAI, ATTENTION TO BOAT TRADE 

We can fit you out complete with anything in Furniture, 

Bedding, Carpets, Dry Goods, House Furnishings, 

In fact we can fit out your boat complete 

SOI^ICIT YOUR ORDERS 

Tonawanda NKW YORK 



Boats and Vessels Promptly Supplied at Low Prices 

WM. QARDEI, Jr. 

Dealer in 

MEATS, QROCERIE"^, PiSH, COFFEES AND TEAS 
8 Young St., Tonawanda, N. Y. 



Bell Phone: Office 488-1^ 

Residence 601 -J 



Home Phone: Office 164 

Residence 4011 



RULES FOR THE GREAT LAKES 
Sixth Situation 



1 two Bteamers are approacbing each other at 
iquelr without involTing risk of collision, the 
f both being such aa would clearly allow the 
other on own starboard side to cross the bow 
t interfering with the course and speed o( the 
the steamer having the other on own starboard 
id of the other, after giving the necessary sig- 
the assent of the other steamer, when within 
ither, as provided in Rule XI. 



H. DEMPSEY 

' Ulft National Vuffrt " 

QUALITY and SOCIABILITY 

MERCIALand EIGHTH STREETS 
MANITOWOC. WISCONSIN 



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Telephone South 186 



Residence Phone Wauwatosa 373 



The Mertes -Miller Co* 

Manufacturers of 

BOILERS, TANKS AND SHEET IRON WORK 
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY 

239-241 Lake Street MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



H. C. Hoverson, Pres. and Treas. 



Paul Wegner, Sec. 



Telephone Hanover 177 



Palace Laundry Co. 

lAanm Work a Specialty 

Launch Delivery 
234 and 236 Reed St. MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



Telephone 344 South 



I^AUNCH DEUVERY 



JOHN U. DAL.V 

Wholesale and Retail 

Meat Dealer 

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TRADE A SPECIALTY 
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO MARINE TRADE 



230-232 Reed St, Milwaukee, Wis. 



THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 



;e navigation on the Great Lakes and tbelr coa- 

T the Senate and House of RepresentHtives of 
America in CongresB assembled, That the fol- 
enting collisions shall be fallowed In the naviga- 
1 private vessels ot the United States upon the 
Ir connecting and tributary waters as tar east 

Steam and Sail Vessels 
team vessel which is under sail and not under 
ered a sail vessel; and ever; steam vessel which 
ither under sail or not, shall be considered a 
vord steam vessel shall include any vessel pro- 

A vessel Is under way within the meaning of 
e is not at anchor or made fast to the shore, 

Lighto 

chts mentioned In the following rules and no 
td in all weathers from sunset to sunrise. The 

rules when applied to lights shall mean visible 

a clear atmoapbere. 
In the cases hereinafter expressly provided for, 

under way shall carry; 
ront of the foremast, or if a vessel without a 
! fore part of the vessel, at a height above the 

twenty feet, and it the beam of the vessel ei- 
m at a height above the hull not less than such 
hat such height need not exceed forty feet, a 

constructed as to show an unbroken light over 
n ot twenty points of the compass, so flxed as 
1 points on each side of the vessel, namely, from 
)lnts abaft the beam on either side, and of such 
aible at a distance of at least five miles, 
board side, a green tight, so constructed as to 
ight over an arc of the horizon of ten points of 
1 as to throw the light from right ahead to two 



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ESTABI^ISHED 1866 



JOHN H. SCHLOSSER 



OROCBR 



MARINE SUPPLIES 



I^aunch Delivery 



Telephone Hanover 341 



Prompt Atteatlou Qtvea to Mariae Trade 

Day or NIgbt 



309-311-313 Horida St. 



MILWAUKEE. WIS. 



Independent Oil & Grease 

Company 

Manufacturers of Independent Brands 

Cylinder Oil, Lard Engine Oils, Ctreases, 

Soap Powder, Soap Stocks 

and Boiler Compound 

291-293 South Water Street near Reed St. Tel., South 80 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 207 

1 on the starboard aide, and of sucb a character 
iistance of at least two miles. 
t side, a red tight, so constructed as to show 
■er an arc of the horizon of ten points of the 

throw the light from right ahead to two points 
le port side, anil of such a character as to be 

of at least two miles. 
een and red lights shall be fitted with inboard 

least three feet forward from the light, so as 
ts from being seen across the bow. 
r over one hundred and fifty feet register length 

1 under way an additional bright light similar 
at mentioned in subdivision (a), so fixed as to 
round the horizon and of such a character as 
itance of at least three miles. Such additional 
1 in line with the keel at least flfteen feet 

and more than seventy-live feet abaft tlie light 
son (a). 

Vessels Towing 

vessel having a tow other than a raft shall In 
ard bright light mentioned in subdivision (a) 
1 a vertical line not less than six feet above or 
cond bright light of the same construction and 
nd carried in the same manner as the forward 
d in said subdivision (a) of rule three. Such 
■ry a small bright light abaft the funnel or after 

steer by. but such light shall not he visible 

1 vessel having a raft In tow shall, instead of 
entioned in rule four, carry on or in front of 
L vessel without a foremast, then in the fore 

hetpht above the hull of not less than twenty 
of the vessel exceeds twenty feet, then at a 
.1 not less than such beam, so, however, that 
exceed forfy feet, two bri.ijhts in a horizontal 
I not less than eight feet apart, each so fixed 
. ail around the horizon and of -such character 

distance of at least five mi!es. Such steamer 
imall bright steering light aft, of the character 

In rule four. 



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Independent Tug Co. 



232 South Water St. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



HARBOR TOWING 



ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES 

Everything in Hardware 

If ies from Gross it's Good" 



<< 



PHILLIP GROSS HARDWARE CeMPANY 

1 26- 1 28 Grand Ave. MILWAUKEE. WIS. 

Two Kroegfer Stores Now! 



The Kroeger Service has been enlarged, so all 
Milwaukee women may take advantage of it. 

We recently opened our big North Stoie, and it has been 
growing every day since its establishment. 



South Side Kroeger 



North Side 

National, Cor. J-^f^^yc^f FOND DU LAC 

FIRST AVE. BROS, company j,,.^ Cor. 18th St. 

Specialists in Marine Merchandise 
MILWAUKEE 



THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 2(K 

6 vessel under way and any vessel being towet 
lightH mentioned in rule three. 

shall also carry a. small bright light aft, bui 
he visible forward of the beam. 
iits for tugs under thirty tons register, whoBf 

harbor towing and for boats navigating onlj 
wrence, also ferryboats, rafts, and canal boats 
y rules which have been or may hereafter bt 
ard of Supervising Inspectors ot Steam Vessels 
'er, as in the case of small vessels under wa} 
tbe green and red side Mights cannot be fixed 

kept at hand lighted and ready for use, anc 
!h of or to other vessels, be exhibited on tbeii 
ufBcient time to prevent collision, in sucb man 
. most visible, ami so that the green light shal 
art ^ide, nor the red light on the starboard side 
lore than two points abaft the beam, on theli 
> make the use of tbese portable lights more 
ty shall each be painted outside with the coloi 
spectlvely contain, and shall be provided witl 

under one hundred and fifty feet register lengtli 
ill carry forward, where It can best be seen 
exceeding twenty feet above the hull, a whitt 
instructed so as to show a clear, uniform, and 
le all around the horizon, at a distance ot al 

hundred and fifty feet or upward in registei 
ar, shall carry in the forward part of the vessel 
ess than twenty and not exceeding forty feet 
jch light, and at or near the stern of the vessel 

that It shall be not less than fifteen feet lower 
it, another such light. 

=e boats, canal beats, fishing boats, rafts, or 
avigating any bay, harbor, or river by hand 
sail, or by the current of the river, or which 

moored in or near the channel or falrwav ol 
river, and not otherwise provided for in these 
B or more good white lights, which shall be 
!r as shall be prescribed by the Board of Super- 
Iteam Vessels. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



THE ECLIPSE PAINT & MANUFACTURING CO. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 



McNeeley Grocery & Provision Co, 

Groceries, Meats and Ship Supplies 



E Laoncli Deliveir : 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Dr) GlOitt 





RULES FOR THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 211 

Rule 11. Open boats shall not be obliged to carry the side lights 
required for other vessels, but shall, if they do not carry such lights, 
carry a lantern having a green slide on one side and a red slide 
on the other side; and on the approach of or to other vessels such 
lantern shall be exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision, and 
in such a manner that the green light shall not be seen on the port 
side, nor the red light on the starboard side. Open boats, when at 
anchor or stationary, shall exhibit a bright white light. They shall 
not, however, be prevented from using a fiare-up in addition if con- 
sidered expedient. 

Rule 12. Sailing vessels shall at all times, on the approach of 
any steamer during the night-time, show a lighted torch upon that 
point or quarter to which such steamer shall be approaching. 

Rule 13. The exhibition of any light on board of a vessel of 
war or revenue-cutter of the United States may be suspended when- 
ever, In the opinion of the Secretary of the Navy, the commander in 
chief of a squadron, or the commander of a vessel acting singly, the 
special character of the service may require it. 

Fog Signals 

Rule 14. A steam vessel shall be provided with an efficient 
whistle, sounded by steam or by some substitute for steam, placed 
before the funnel not less than eight feet from the deck, or in such 
other place as the local inspectors of steam vessels shall determine, 
and of such character as to be heard in ordinary weather at a 
distance of at least two miles, and with an efficient bell, and it is 
hereby made the duty of the United States local inspectors of steam 
vessels when inspecting the same to require each steamer to be 
furnished with such whistle and bell. A sailing vessel shall be pro- 
vided with an efficient fog horn and with an efficient bell. 

Whenever there is thick weather by reason of fog, mist, falling 
snow, heavy rainstorms, or other causes, whether by day or by 
night, fog signals shall be used as follows: 

(a) A steam vessel under way, excepting only a steam vessel 
with raft in tow, shall sound at intervals of not more than one min- 
ute three distinct blasts of her whistle. 

(b) Every vessel in tow of another vessel shall, at intervals of 
one minute, sound four bells on a good and efficient and properly 
placed bell as follows: By striking the bell twice in quick suc- 
cession, followed by a little longer interval, and then again striking 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Decks Made Watertight With ARMORCOTE 

Results l^aatlnit Bxpense Small 

THE ECLIPSE PAINT & MANUFACTURING CO. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



McNeeley Grocery & Provision Co. 

Groceries, Meats and Ship Supplies 
^[^^^.I'P'^rt™"* Unnch Delivery .H?'i ^"!?'?"'"" 



CLEVELAND, OHIO 



We^ Carpels 




, Towels. Mattresws. vuri.<^.», 
irCor, The Market CLEVELAND, OHIO 



THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 211 

oats shall not be obliged to carry the side lights 
SBelB, but shall, if they do not carry such lights, 
ng a green slide on one side and a red slide 
nd on the approach of or to other veBCels such 
bited in sufficient time to prevent collision, and 
it the green light shall not be seen on the port 
tit on the starboard side. Open boats, when at 
shall exliibit a bright white light. They shall 
vented from using a flare-up In addition if con- 

vesselB shall at all times, on the approach of 
the night'time, show a lighted torch upon that 
which such steamer shall be approaching. 
thihition of any light on board of a vessel of 
■ of the United States may be suspended when- 
>r the Secretary of the Navy, the commander In 
ar the commander of a vessel acting singly, the 
the service may require it. 



Fog Signals 

im vessel shall be provided with an efficient 
steam or by some substitute for steam, placed 
. less than eight teet from the deck, or in such 
cal inspectors of steam vessels shall determine, 
er as to be heard in ordinary weather at a 
two miles, and with an efficient bell, and it is 
y at the United States local inspectors of steam 
Ling the same to require each steamer to be 
whistle and bell. A sailing vessel shall be pro- 
it fog horn and with an elflclent bell. 
is thlcli weather by reason o( tog, mist, falling 
rms, or other causes, whether by day or by 
ill be used as follows: 

S3 el under way, excepting only a steam vessel 
11 sound at intervals of not more than one mln- 
sts of her whistle. 

I in tow of another vessel shall, at intervals ot 
}ur bells on a good and efficient and properly 
Fs: By striking the bell twice iu quick suo- 
a little longer interval, and then again striking 



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THE QUEBEC BANK 

ESTABLISHED 1818 



Capital Paid Up 
Reserve • • • 



$2J34,620.00 
$1,308,655.00 



Interest at the highest current rates paid on de- 
posits of $1.00 and upwards 

Letters of Credit and Money Orders Issued 

A General Banking Business Transacted 
Port McNicoU Branch L. T. Brandon, Manager 

Bell Telephone Central 

REEDY & DOCK 

Groceries, ProvUions, Fresh and Salt Meats 

Milk and Ice 

PORT McNICOLL, ONT. 

A. BOURRIE 

Hardware Merchant, Marine and Engineers' Supplies 



First Street 



Port McNicoU, Ont. 



t THE ROAD FOR THE GREAT LAKES 213 

esaion (in the manner In which tour bells are 
time). 

with a raft in tow shall sound at intervale of 
minute a screeching or Modoc wbietle (or from 

vessel under way and not in tow shall sound at 

'e than one minute— 

lard tack with wind forward of abeam, one blast 

.ack with wind forward of the beam, two blasts 

vind abaft tbe heap on either side, three blasts 

1 at anchor and any vessel aground in or near 
J shall at intervals of not more than two minutes 
' tor three to five seconds. 

less than 10 tons registered tonnage not being 
1 not be obliged to give the above-mentioned 
' do not they shall make some other efficient 
trvals ot not more than one minute, 
loats. fishing boats, rafts, or other water craft 

power or by current of the river, or anchored 
r the channel or fairway and not in any port, and 
ded for in these rules, shall sound a fog horn, 

at intervals of not more than one minute. 

vessel shall, in thick weather, by reason of fog, 
leavy rainstorms, or other causes, go at moderate 
set hearing apparently not more than four points 
the fog signal of another vessel shall at once 
> bare steerage way, and navigate with caution 
lall have passed each other. 



BERING AND SAILING RULES 
Salllnd VeUBis 

two sailing vessels are approaching one another 
k of collision one of them shall keep out of the 
I follows, namely: 
ihich Is running free shall keep out of the way 

close hauled. 



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I. Ur. iVlATTMEWS & CO. 

PORT ARTHUR'S LARQBST DRY OOUDS DBPARIMB.NT STORB 

Pullman Ruffs at Special Prices. $10.00. This is a pure Wool Ruff. 
woven with finest spun yarns, which ffives a beautiful soft napped 
finish; edsres are securely bound. This Ruff comes in a shade of Brown, 
with border in appropriate design and colors, srood size. Our Special 
$10.00. 

Automobile Wraps at $6.00. All Wool Automobile Wraps, very close- 
ly woven, good weight, comes in plain or color combinations. This 
makes an excellent Automobile Wrap. Bach $6.00. 

MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 

Phone 504 N 

THE MAPLE LEAF GROCERY 

Choice Family Groceries Fruits and Vegetables in Season 

ATTRIDGE & SEPPALA 

PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 



Plione North 2222 



Phone South 806 



ACME LAUNDRY 

ARMSTEAD-WOLVIN CO. Ltd. 
North Shoe Supply Co. 



PORT ARTHUR and FORT WILLIAM 



BERING AND SAILING RULES 



y are running tree, with the wind on the sat 
Lch is to windward shall keep out of the way 
I to leeward. 

Steam Veuelt 

two steam vesselB are meeting end on, or neat 
olve rish of collision, each shall alter her cour 
.t each fihatl pass on the port side of the otbi 

two steam vessels arc crossing so as to Invol 
vessel which has the other on her own starboa 
3f the way of the other. 

1 a steam vessel and a sailing vessel are pi 
ectlons as to involve risk of collision the stea 
It of the way of the sailing vessel. 
e, by any of the rules herein proscrlhed. one 
leep out of the way. the other shall keep b 

' ateam vessel which is directed by these rul 
way of another vessel shall, on approaching h< 
1 her speed or stop or reverse. 
hstanding anything contained in these rules eve 
ny other shall keep out of the way of the ovt 

weathers every steam vessel under way In takti 
Bd or required by these rules shall indicate th 
^ng signals on her whistle, to be accompanii 
by corresponding alteration of her helm; ai 
receiving a signal from another shall prompt 
me signal, or, as provided in Rule Twenty-six: 
in, "I am directing my course to starboard." 
nean, "I am directing my course to port," B 
erlng signals by a vessel required to keep hi 
ry the duties and obligations of the respecti' 



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THE OLDMAN BOILER WORKS 

Boilers, Tanks, Stacks, Structural Work and Castmgs 

Boiler Repairing Promptly Attended to Day or Night 
MARINE WURK A SPECIALTY ELECTRIC WELDING 

Works: 36-40 Illinois St. BUFFALO, N. Y. 



COMPLMENTS 

ELLICQTT CLUB 

BUFFALO, N, Y. 

Bell Phone. North 1666-W 

R. W. SMITH 

If Walkios 00 Rags Wears Them Out What Does Beating Do? 

The Modem Way, The Sanitary Way 
Powerful Vacuum CLEANING in Your Home 



RugSy Drapery, Bedding and Furniture 
WB DO IT RIGHT 

Estimates Cheerfully Given Satisfaction Guaranteed 



150 Chenango St. 



BUFFALO. N. Y. 



ERING AND SAILING RULES 217 

1 all narrow channels where there Is a. current, 
t. Mary, St, Clair, Detroit, Niagara, and St. 

steamers are meeting, the deecending steamer 
of way, and shall, before the vessela shall have 
istance of one-hair mile of each other, give the 
idicate which side she elects to take, 
channels less than flvo hundred feet in width, 
ill pass another going in the same direction 
sel ahead be disabled or signify her willingness 

astern shall pass, when the steam vessel astern 
wever, to the other rules applicable to such a 

steam vessels proceeding In opposite directions 
in such channels, both such vessels shall be 
jderate speed, according to the circumstances, 
lilot of a steam vessel to which a passing signal 

unsafe to accept and assent to said signal, he 
OSS signal; but in that case, and in every case 
me steamer fails to understand the course or , 
roaching steamer, whether from signals being 
jrroneously. or from other causes, the pilot of 
fiving the first passing signal, or the pilot so In 
ivcral short and rapid blasts of the whistle; and 

have approached within half a mile of each 
iuce their speed to bare ateerageway, and. If 

ring and construing these rules due regard shall 
s of navigation and collision and to any special 

may render a departure from the above rules 
o avoid immediate danger, 
ig in these rules shall exonerate any vessel, or 

or crew thereof, from the consequences of any 
ts or signals, or of any neglect to keep a proper 
;lect of any precaution which may be required 
:tice of seamen, or by the special circumstances 

fine not exceeding two hundred dollars may be 
ation of any of the provisions of this act. The 
e for the said penalty, and may be seized and 
f way of libel, in the district court of the United 
ct within which such vessel may be found. 
Secretary of Commerce and Labor of the United 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Bell Phone 225 



X,ocal Phone H-225 



IvOcal Phone, Res. H-355 



E. S. MILLER 

Groceries and C rockery 

Vessel Supplies a Specialty 
63 Bridge Street ASHTABULA HARBOR, OHIO 



Market Phone 332 



lyocal Phone 332 



Bell Phone 154-M 



E. H. BURRILL 

MEATS AND ICE 

68 BRIDGE ST. ASHTABULA, O. 



lyocal Phone 338 



lyOcal Residence 354 



Bell Phone 179W 



TOM J. REFNrNICK 

THE LEADINQ MEAT DEALER 

Western Beef handled exclusively. The best assortment of meats to be 

found in the city. Ice handled in connection. 
Vessel supplies a specialty launch Delivery Day or Night 



Corner Bridge and Holbert Sts. 



ASHTABULA HARBOR, 0. 



Xj. R SHELDON 

COAL 

Store, Egg, Chestnut, Best Grades 
of Anthracite. Prompt Delivery 



Dock East End of Bridge 



AULA, HIO 




STEERING AND SAILING RULES 219 

States shall have authority to establish all necessary regulations, 
not inconsistent with the provisions of this act, required to carry the 
same into effect. 

The Board of Supervising Inspectors of the United States shall 
have authority to establish such regulations to be observed by all 
steam vessels in passing each other, not inconsistent with the pro- 
visions of this act, as they shall from time to time deem necessary; 
and all regulations adopted by the said Board of Supervising In- 
spectors under the authority of this act, when approved by the 
Secretary of Commerce and Labor shall have the force of law. Two 
printed copies of any such regulations for passing, signed by them, 
shall be furnished to each steam vessel, and shall at all times be 
kept posted up in conspicuous places on board. 

Sec. 4. That all laws or parts of laws, so far as applicable to 
the navigation of the Great Lakes and their connecting and tributary 
waters as far east as Montreal, inconsistent with the foregoing rules 
are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 5. That this act shall take effect on and after March first, 
eighteen hundred and ninety-five. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MOVEMENTS 

AND ANCHORAGE OF VESSELS 

Rule I. Speed. — No vessel navigating the St. Mary's river shall 
proceed at a greater speed than 10 statute miles per hour over the 
ground between Everens Point and the northern fioat lights in lower 
Hay Lake, marking the end of the Middle Neebish Channel, nor 
between the cribs in Mud Lake and the cribs in Hay Lake, marking 
the lower and upper ends, respectively, of the West Neebish Channel, 
nor between the crib light in upper Hay Lake opposite Sixmile Point 
and the dike at Bayfield Shoal, nor between the western end of St. 
Mary's Falls Canal and Big Point. 

Vessels of 500 tons or less are exempt from the provisions of 
this rule. 

Vessels navigating the St. Mary's River may proceed at full 
speed and pass other vessels moving in the same direction between 
Point Detour and the Mud Lake beacon in the northern part of Mud 
Lake, and in deep water in Hay Lake. Upbound vessels may also 
proceed at full speed and pass other vessels going in the same 
direction between Mud Lake beacon and Everens Point. 



220 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

Hoyt, Dustin, Kelley, 
McKeehan & Andrews 

Attoraeys-at-Law and Proctors in Admiralty 

Western Reserve Building 
CLEVELAND 



James H. Hoyt Georgre W. Cottrell 

Alton C. Dustin Wilb ur D. Wilkin 

Hermon A. Kelley Gustav von den Steinen 

Homer H. McKeehan Frank C. Van Cleef 

Horace Andrews Henry G. Dodge 

i.r 1* ^ ** -1 Irving t,. Evans 

Walter C. Merrick Clinton M. Horn 

William B. Stewart Paul J. Bickel 



Harvey D. Goulder I^uther Day William W. White 

Thomas H. Garry Robert G. McCreary 

James M. McSweeney William M. Connelly 



Goulder, Day, White, & Garry 

LAW OFFICES 

915-927 Rockefeller Building 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 




RULES AND REGULATIONS, ETC. 221 

No vessel passing another vessel shall move at a rate of speed 
greater than ten statute miles per hour over the ground. (See also 
Rule V.) 

Rule II. Middle and West Neebish Channels. — No upbound ves- 
sels «hall pass the St. Mary's River by the way of the West Neebish 
Channel, and no downbound vessels shall pass by way of the Middle 
Neebish Channel, except vessels of 500 tons or less and vessels mak- 
ing regular local stops on these channels. 

Rule III. Upbound vessels passing. — Upbound vessels shall not 
pass over vessel moving in the same direction between Everens 
Point and the red gas buoy at lower end of little Mud Lake on the 
Dark Hole range, nor between the second red spar buoy east of 
the Middle Neebish Channel in Hay Lake, nor between the crib 
light in upper Hay Lake opposite Sixmile Point and the dike at Bay- 
field Shoal, nor between the west end of St. Mary's Falls Canal pier 
and Big Point. 

Upbound vessels may pass other vessels going in the same 
direction in Mud Lake below Everens Point in deep water in Hay 
Lake. 

Rule IV. Downbound vessels passing. — ^Downbound vessels shall 
not pass other vessels moving in the same direction between Big 
Point and the St. Mary's Falls Canal, nor between the dike at Bay- 
field Shoal and the crib light in upper Hay Lake opposite Sixmile 
Point, nor between the crib lights in lower Hay Lake, making the 
entrance to the West Neebish Channel, and the crib lights marking 
the lower end of the West Neebish Channel near the Mud Lake 
beacon. 

Downbound vessels may pass other vessels going in the same 
direction in deep water in Hay Lake and in Mud Lake below the 
Mud Lake beacon. 

Rule 5. In case one steamer desires to pass another going in 
the same direction on said river, at a point where such passing is 
permitted by these rules, the pilot of the steamer astern shall, if 
he intends to pass the steamer ahead on the right hand or starboard 
side. Indicate such intention by giving one short blast of the steam 
whistle, and if he intends to pass such steamer ahead on the left 
hand or port side, he shall indicate such intention by giving two 
short blasts of the steam whistle. Upon the pilot of one steamer 
astern of another giving such signal, the pilot of the steamer ahead 
shall immediately answer by giving the same signal; but if he does 
uot think It safe for the steamer astern to attempt to pass at that 



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F. M. JONES 



W. W. JONES 



B. R. JONES 



R & W. JONES 

Grain, Vessel and Customs 

BROKERS 



MARINE INSURANCE AND CARGO CHARTERING 



599 6raia Excbaage 



FT. WILLIAM, ONT. 



THE T. P. KELLY COMPANY 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars 



Phone 95 



302 Victoria Avenue 

Fort William, Ont. 

Wlien in port give us a call 



Gasoline and Kerosene Engines 

For Pleasure, Working or Life 
Boats Write for Catalog 

Adams Uunch and Engbe Company 

Penetang, Ontario 



w«>^nw*i 



RULES AND REGULATIONS, ETC. 223 

point, he shall Immediately signify the same by giving several short 
and rapid blasts of the steam whistle; and under no circumstances 
shall the steamer astern attempt to pass the steamer ahead until 
such time as they have reached a point where it can be safely done, 
when said steamer ahead shall signify her willingness by blowing 
the proper signals; then the steamer ahead shall slacken to a slow 
rate of speed, and the steamer astern shall pass the overtaken 
steamer, giving the overtaken steamer as wide a berth as possible. 

Steamers bound in opposite directions shall slow to half speed 
within one-quarter of a mile of each other until each has passed 
the other. 

Rule 6. The patrolling vessels of the revenue cutter service 
shall always have the right of way over all other vessels, as indicated 
by the sailing signals given by any such patrolling vessel. 

Rule 7. Three distinct blasts of the steam whistle, when sounded 
from a patrolling vessel, will indicate that the vessel to which such 
signal is given is pr?)ceeding at too high rate of speed, and such 
vessel must immediately moderate her speed accordingly. 

Rule 8. Four long blasts of the steam whistle, when sounded 
from a patrolling vessel, will indicate that the vessel to which such 
signal is given must stop until further orders from the patrolling 
vessel. 

Rule 9. Two red lanterns, one above the other, hoisted on a 
patrolling vessel at night, will indicate to the vessel to which such 
signal is given that such vessel must stop and not proceed farther 
toward the position where such lights are displayed. 

Rule 10. No vessel or raft shall anchor in any of the improved 
channels now abreast of the government piers at Sault* Ste. Marie, 
except in distress or during a fog, and any vessel so anchored must 
always shift her anchorage when so directed by the officer in charge 
of a patrolling vessel to the spot designated by such officer. 

Rule 11. Vessels navigating the St. Mary's river may anchor 
between Point Detour and Mud Lake turning buoy, and at Sailors* 
Encampment close to the wharves of the sawmill; in Hay Lake be- 
tween the Neebish and Little Rapids channel outside of the channel 
as indicated by the ranges, but nothing in this rule shall be con- 
strued to prohibit any vessel from lying alongside of any wharf in 
said river. 

Rule 12. Rafts being towed in the St. Mary's river will be 
required to use what is termed the "old or St. George chodiaQl." 



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JOHNSTON BROTHERS 



BOILER MANUFACTURERS 



Ferrysburg 



Michigan 



FOK THE BEST IN 

REALr ESTATE and IIVSURAIVOE 

SEE 

HART & SCOTT 

Summer Homes and Farm Land a Specialty 



Inches Building 



ST. CLAIR, MICH. 



FRANK WEISGERBER 



HARRY LOWTHER 



Weisgerber- Lowther Paint Co. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Paints, Oils, Brusiies and Varnisiies 



Everything in the Marine Line of Paints 

lii Bates Street 
DETROIT \ MICHIGAN 



IW^lW^W^'fWBBr^WT^^^^^f" 



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From Harwood point to Mud Lake turning buoy they will move at 
the time designated by the officer in charge of the patrolling vessel. 
When lying by they must be moored out of the channel. 

Rule 13. In' navigating the St. Mary's river, in all cases where 
the foregoing rules are not applicable, the attention of masters and 
pilots is called to the sailing rules contained in the act of Congress 
of Feb. 8, 1895. 

Rule 14. All vessels navigating the St. Mary's river, in passing 
dredges and vessels at work on improvements to the channel, will 
be required to slacken their speed upon such dredge or other vessels 
engaged in . such improvement giving the signal of three distinct 
blasts of the steam whistle. 

Rule 15. The pilot of every steamer descending the St. Mary's 
river shall, when abreast of the Dark Hole gas buoy, and before 
passing around the bend of said river at Sailors' Encampment, give 
a signal of one blast of the steam whistle of 10 seconds' duration, 
which signal shall be answered by a blast of the steam whistle of 
the same duration by any vessel ascending said river within hearing. 
The pilot of every steamer ascending said river, not having heard 
such signal from a descending steamer, shall, when abreast of 
Everens Point, and before passing around the bend of said river 
at Sailors' Encampment, give a signal of one blast of the steam 
whistle of 10 seconds' duration, which shall be answered by a blast 
of the steam whistle of the same duration by any vessel descending 
said river within hearing. After such signal of one blast of the 
steam whistle of 10 seconds' duration shall have been given and 
answered, the usual passing signal must be given. 

Vessels of 500 tons or less and local boats are alone permitted 
to pass down this channel. 

Rule 16. Any steamer approaching a tug towing a dredge or 
scow moving in the same direction may pass such tow by giving the 
proper signal indicating upon which side of such tow such steamer 
will pass, and it shall be the duty of the pilot of any such tug to 
sheer on the side of the channel indicated by such passing signal 
and give the passing steamer all possible room. 

Rule 17. No steamer stemming the current through the Dyke 
and Island Cut shall be allowed to tow more than one vessel without 
the aid of a tug unless such steamer has the power to move the 
tow over the ground at the rate of at least four miles an hour. 

Rule 18. No steamer navigating the St. Mary's river, either 

aeceuding or d^scendJug, shall pass another steamer or steamerq 




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Bell Phone, North 1666-W 

The Modern Way 



The Sanitary Way 



Our Motto 



First Class Carpet and Mattress Cleaniog 

Marine Trade a Specialty Prompt Service 



R. W. SMITH, Owner 

150 Chenago Street BUFFALO, N. Y. 

W. M. TASNENBERG. F. C. TASHENBERG Bell Phone. Seneca 331 OR. Federal Phone. 31812 

TASHENBERG BROTHERS 

BOILER WORKS 
ELECTRIC WELDING ON BOILERS STEEL AND IRON CONSTRUCTION 

Manufacturers of Boilers, Tanks, Smoke Stacks — All kinds of Sheet 
Iron Work, Marine and Stationary Repair Work promptly attended to. 
General Blacksmithingr. Estimates Cheerfully Given. 



After Flv« O'clock Telephone Residence 



Shops: 43, 45, 47 Illinois St. 



BUrPALO. N. Y 



Froitler Phone 24603 



Bell Phones Sen. 3560. Sen 3561 



CHAS. LA/VIY «& SOINS 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

OROOERIES, iVlEATS and lOE 

Headquarters for Sanitary Supplies for the Marine Trade. Separate 
Sanitary Refrigerators for Vegetables, Fruits, Milk, Butter and Meats. 
Mechanical Refrigeration. Yacht Delivery Prompt Service 

301. 303, 305 Elk St. 352, 354. 356, 358. 360 Louisiana St. 

BUFFAUO, IV. Y. 



„ES AND REGULATIONS, ETC. 



le same or opposite direction, in such a. position 
) steamers shall be abreast of each other when 
ase three steamers are liable to pass in a post 
lan two of them will be abreast in passing, tlit 
shall check its speed witliin a quarter of a mllf 
samer in order to avoid -passing in such position 
as shall take effect on and after the opening ol 
baunel, 

HERBERT KNOX SMITH, 

Acting Secretary. 



J. NEY & SON 

HARDWARE 
MBINQ A\D MARINB SUPPLIES 

NEBRS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY 

eet PORT McNICOLL 

S BROS. CO. 

ihip Chandlers and 
Sail Makers 

•J'ne Rope, Flags, Tents, Awnings, 
: Blocks, Lubricating Oils, Paints, 
Engineers Supplies, etc. 



.Williams 


and A< 


:me Ready Mixed Pain 


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larme Del 


i,.erj<-s 


Mode by Launch 




Iter St. 




MILWAUKEE, 


WIS. 


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C. G. Bretting Manufacturing Co. 

Engineers and Machinists 

Boiler and Machine Work. Blacksmithing' and 
General Jobbing. Steel Forging, Brass and 

Iron Castings. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

Ashland Wisconsin 

THE CUUVER 

MILLER E. CULVER, Muiacar 

AMERICAN PLAN RATES $2.00 to $2.50 

Rooms equipped with bath, hot and cold water, steam heat, 
electric lights, telephone service. Refurnished throughout. 

ASHLAND, WIS. 

SCHWAGER 

"RELIABLE CLOTHIER" 

UP-TO-DATE OUTFITTERS 
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES 



ASHLAND, WIS. 



UBOROB W. DOPP 



JOHN A. WATSUN 



DOPP & WATSON 

GENERAL HARDWARE 

Pipe Fittings, Paints and Oils, all kinds of Sheet Metal 
Work, Rope, Oakum, Kitchen Utensils. 

MARINE TRADE SOLICITED 

ASHLAND, WIS. 



SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



BER & McLaughlin 

Dealers in 
\eals. Lard, Poatlry, BggM, Canned OoodM. 
, Vegetables, Candlea, Ice, Milk, Etc. 

tention Given to MARINE TRADE, with 
RICES LOW AS THE LOWEST 

itreet TONA WANDA, N. Y. 



I'S CAFE AND RESTAURANT 

1. E. GiUud SmcccMor to Rdph S. Brnn 

S, LIQUORS AND CIGARS 
.ra Street TONAWANDA, N. Y. 



ican Engine & Boiler 
Works 

gon all Branches of Machln- 
Blacksmlthlng and Boiler 
Vork, Pipe and Pipe 
Fitting, All Kinds 

John Mahar, Proprietor 
ara and Delaware Sts. Tonawanda, N. Y. 



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Telephone Yards— 2254 

ERIGK (SIMPSON 

Shipyard 

Spars, Flag Poles, Fenders and Small Boatis 
Repair Work Our Specialty 



2424 South Halsted Street 

South Bnd S. Halsted Street Bridare 



CHICAGO 



THOS. B. BANNER 



Steamboat and Vessel 
Work a Specialty 
Engineers* Supplies 



Telephone Main 3215 

308 W. Kinzie St. CHICAGO 



STEAMBOAT COAL CO. 

STEAMBOAT FUEL FACILITIES 
M«*uth off River, Chicago, III. North Pier Dock & Lighters 

Telephones: Harrison 4150 — Automatic 44-495 

South Chicago, III. Lighter, Black Diamond 

Telephone, South ChicajfO 92 

CAPT. CHAS. WALLACE, Supt. 

General Offices, 1105 Old Colony BIdg. CHICAGO 



SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Y PRATT COMPANY 



listed Street 



L26 Aiiltnnatic Telenhone 4tZ0J 

Cringle Laundry 



3S. LEINERT 

Wholesale and Retail 

RIES, MEATS and POULTRY 
(OAT and VESSEL SUPPLIES 

ERY Siipf Hor 4589— PHONES— SupfHor S2B7 

Division Street CHICAGO 

Eti«wnler 413 Office Phones. Wobash 303&-3037 

lullivan & G)mpany 

Agents Marine Insurance 



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CLOTHES 

That will please the most critical can be found at 
Blewfield's "Twenty Feet Above the High Rent 
Level Store," and at Prices that are Five to Ten 
Dollars Less Than High Rent Ground Floor Stores 
Get For Them. 

Suits and Coats $15 Suits and Coats $20 

« 

HOWARD BLEWFIELD 

328 Euclid Avenue, Over Woolworth's CLEVELAND, OHIO 



PHONES: Prospect 1256, Ries. Bell Rosedale 4351 



GEO. L MEHLECK 



808. 809, 810 Swetland Bldg. CLEVELAND, OHIO 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



2 Algoma Central Steamship Co., Ltd., 8, V. McLaod, Supt., 

Sault Ste, Marie, Ont. 
Str. Agawa. 

Str. Drummond, ThomaB J. 
Str. Franz, W. C. 
Str. McKee, J. A, 
Str. Taylor, J. Prater. 
Str. Pallkl. 

3 A|[( 

4 American International Steamship Co., Toronto, Ont. 

Bge. Moravia. 

Bge. Pennington, B. L. 

5 American Ship Building Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str Boyce, Mary H. 
Bge. Wall, Charles. 

S American Cedar A Lumber Co., Ford Bldg., Detroit, Mtch. 
Str. Shrigley, J. H. 
Bge. Jones, C. B. 



Anchor Line, Buffalo. N. Y. 

Erie & Western Trans. Co. ' 

Str. Allegheny. 
Str. Codoras. 
Str. Conemaugh. 
Str. Delaware. 
Str. Jundata. 
Str. Mahoning. 
Str. Muncy. 
Str. Octorora. 
Str. Schuylkill. 
Str. Susquehanna. 
Str. Tionesta. 
Str. WlBsablckon. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



CLOTHES 

That will please the most critical can be found at 
Blewfield's "Twenty Feet Above the High Rent 
Level Store," and at Prices that are Five to Ten 
Dollars Less Than High Rent Ground Bloor Stores 
Get For Them. 

Suits and Coats $15 Suits and Coats $20 
HOWARD BLEWFIELD 

328 Euclid Avenue, Over Woolworth's CLEVELAND, OHIO 



PHONES: Prospect 1256, Ries. Bell Rosedale 4351 



GEO. L MEHLECK 

INSURANCE 



808, 809, 810 Swetland Bldg. CLEVELAND, OHIO 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



entral Steamship Co., Ltd., S. V. McLeOd, Supt., 

;te. Marie, Ont. 

■. Agawa. 

■, Drummond. Thomas J. 

■. Franz, W. C. 

:. McKee, J. A, 

-. Taylor. J. Prater, 

■. Pallkl. 



International Steamthip Co., Toronto, Ont. 
3, Moray ia. 
e. Pennington, B, L. 

Ship Building Co,, Cleveland, Ohio. 
. Boyoe, Mary H. 
e, Wall, Charles. 

Cedar S. Lumber Co., Ford Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 
. Shrlgley, J. H. 
e. Jones, C. B. 



ine, Buffalo, N. Y. 
& Western Trans. Co. 
■. Allegheny. 
■. Codoras. 

■. Conemaugh. 
■. Delaware. 
■. Juniata, 
'. Mahoning. 
■. Munoy. 
', Ocforora. 
■. Schuylkill. 
'. Susquehanna. 
■. Tionesta. 
'. WlEsablckon, 



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234 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



No. 9 Anderson, J. M., Chicago, 111. 

Schr. Carrier. 

No. 10 Anderson, Wilbur, Marinette, Wis. 

Schr. Grant, Levi. 

No. 11 Ann Arbor S. S. & Ry. Lines, A. W. Towsley, Mgr., 
Toledo, Ohio. 

Str. Ann Arbor No. 3. 
Str. Ann Arbor No. 4. 
Str. Ann Arbor No. 5. 

No. 12 Andrews, D. H., Mgr., Ellicott Square Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Frontier Transit Co. 
Str. Winnipeg. 

No. 13 Andrews, J. R., Escanaba, Mich. 

Schr. Oneida. 
No. 14 Argo Steamship Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Argo. 

Str. Fisher, Erwin L. 

No. 15 Armour Grain Co., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Helena. 
Str. Parks Poster. 

No. 16 Arnold Transportation Co., Mackinac Island, Mich 

Str. Chippewa. 
Str. Elva. 
Str. Islander. 
Str. Mackinac. 

No. 17 Ashley & Dustin, Foot of 1st Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Kirby, Frank E. 
Str. Put-in-Bay. 

No. 18 Atkinson, William G., Whitby, Ont. 

Schr. Guido. 

No. 19 Atlas Steamship Co., R. C. Helm, Mgr., Board of Trade 
Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 
Str. Griffin. 
Str. La Salle. 
Str. Vulcan. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



John J., Mgr., 354 Grand RWer Ave., Detroit, 
ktT. Bartow, J. H. 



stal Steamship Co. 
!tr. Barium, John J. 
?tr. Bsrlutn, Thomas. 



Steamehip Co., Board of Trade Bldg., Toronto, 
Ur. Marlska. 



gland Transit Co. 
Hr. England, R. W. 
er-State Steamship Co. 

Jtr. Jonee, B. F. 
itT. King. Willis L. 
itr. I-aughlin, James, 
itr. Waltera, Thcnnas. 



■ ley Steamship Co. 
(tr. Donaldson, John A. 
Jtr. Ohl, Edwin N. 
!tr. Pollock, W. G. 
Jtr. Rhodes, Joshua W. 



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236 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Robbins, Francis L. 
Str. Thompson, Alexis W. 

No. 25 Bedard, J. U., Valleyfield, Que. 

Str. Emerald. 

No. 26 Belknap & Phillips, St. Clair, Mich. 

Str. Maud. 

No. 27 Benton Transit Co., Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Str. McVea, Charles. 
Str. Woods, Prank. 

No. 28 Berst Manufacturing Co., Saginaw, Mich. 

Str. Ross, M. M. 

No. 29 Bernler, Achllle, St. Joseph Levis, Que. 

Str. City of London. 

No. 30 Blelman, C. F., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Blelman, C. P., Jr. 

No. 31 Blodgett, O. W., Mgr., Lyceum Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Str. Bradley, C. H. 
Str. Langell, Simon. 
Str. Myron. 
Str. Zillah. 
Bge. Arenac. 
Bge. Brightie. 
Bge. Delaware. 
Bge. Goshawk. 
Bge. Miztec. 
Bge. Moore, W. K. 
Bge. Page, M. W. 
Bge. Peshtigo. 
Bge. Woolson, Mary. 

No. 32 Blodgett, Vera L., 42 Oregon Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Havey, H. R. 
Str. Miami. 

No. 33 Boland, John J., Prudential Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Lackawanna. 
Str. Nyanza. 
Bge. Athens. 
B^e. Santiago. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 2 

d & Cornelius, Mgra., Prudential BIdg,, Buffalo. N 

American Steamship Co. 

Str. Carter, E, D. 
, Str. Cornelius, Adam E. . , 

Str. Kensington. 

Str. Moll, Clifford F* 

Str. Wlckwlre, Theo. H. 

Str. Wlckwlre, Theo. H., jr 

Str. Yates, Harry. 



'ennsylyania Steamship Co. 

Str. Kopp, Jacob T, 
lochester Steamship -Co. 

Str. Nlogsra. 
l/yoming Steamship Co. 

Str. Wyoming. 
ale Transit Co.^ 

Str. Davidson, Louis R. 
ork Transit Co. 

Str. Boland, John J. 

Fisheries Co., Majestic Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Str. America, 
Str. Barker, S. B. 
Str, Easton, 
Str. Moore, C. W. 

m, L. R., Mgr., St. Ignace. Mich. 
:land Transportation Co. 
Str. Algomah. 
Str. City of Oheboygan. 
Str. Wau-Kon. 
Str. Chief Wawatam. 



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238 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Ranney, R. P. 
Bge. Grover, M. B. 

No. 38 Brock, Henry, 1387 East 110th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bgie. Middlesex. 

No. 39 Brown & Co., Mgrs., Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Str. Lewiston. 

Brown Steamship Co. 
Str. Brown, J. J. H. 

Douglass Steamship Co. 
Str. Tomllnson, G. A. 

Empire Steamship Co. 
Str. Truesdale, William H. 

Miller Steamship Coi 
Str. Miller, P. P. 

No. 40 Brown, Lawrence D., Chaumont, N. Y. 

Str. Aztec. 

No. 41 Brown, Murray, Toronto, Ont. 

Str. City of New York. 

No. 42 Brown Steamship Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Castalla. 

No. 43 Brown, W. C, Plymouth, Mich. 

Bge. Mawatt, James. 

No. 44 Buckeye Lake Sand & Gravel Co., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Str. Groh, Mary. 

No. 45 Buckley, James, Prescott, Ont. 

Schr. Ireland. 

No. 46 Burns, Richard, 153 Chene Street. Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Gettysburg. 
Bge. Anderson, Alex. 

No. 47 Cabotia Steamship Co., Ltd., 1548 St. Patrick Ave., Mon- 
treal, Can. 

Str. Cabotia. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



Transit Co., 84 Sandwich St., Windsor, Ont, 
;tr, Cadwell, C. W. 
itr. Harvey, F, B. 

Transportation Co., D. H. Parsons, Mgr.. Toot ol 
.as Street, Detroit, Mich. 
Itr. Calcite. 

;o., Ltd., Kingston, Ont. 
'ug Frontenac. 
?ug Johnston, 
rug Parthia. 

Atlantic Transit Co., Ltd., W. H. Smith, Mgr., 

Canadian Bxpreas Bldg., Montreal. Canada. 
itr. Kearsarge. 
itr. Newona. 
Itr. Orr, Arthur, 
Itr. Orr, George N. 

Cement Transport Co., Ltd., Levy McMilian, 

, Herald Bldg.. Montreal, CanadB. 
Itr. Duncan, John. 

.tr. Pueblo, 



R Pacific Car A Passenger Transfer Co., 

;ott. Ont. 

Itr. Lyon, Charles. 



Steamship Lines, Ltd., J. W. NorcroE«, Man- 
Director, Montreal, Que.; H. W. Cowan, Oper- 

Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. 
'rop. Aberdeen, 
'rop. Acadian, 
'rop. McKlnatry, A, E3. 
'rop. Bickerdike.. 
'rop. Cadillac, 
'rop. Jacques, C. A. 



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240 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

Prop. Calgarian. 

Prop. Canadian. 

Prop. City of Hamilton. 

Prop. City of Ottawa. 

Prop. Gordon, D. A. 

Prop. Donnacona. 

Prop. Dundee. 

Prop. Dunelm. 

Prop. Emperor. 

Prop. Empress of Fort William. 

Prop. Empress of Midland. 

Prop. Fairfax. 

Prop. Fordonian. 

Prop. Glenellah. 

Prop. Haddington. 

Prop. Hamiltonian. 

Prop. Juno. 

Prop. Kenora. 

Prop. Martian. 

Prop. Midland King. 

Prop. Midland Prince. 

Prop. Midland Queen. 

Str. Morden, W. Grant. 

Prop. Neepawah. 

Prop. Renvoyle. 

Prop. Rosedale. 

Prop. Sarnian. 

Prop. Stadacona. 

Prop. Strathcona. 

Prop. Tagona. 

Prop. Wahcondah. 

Prop. Water Lily. 

Prop. Egan, Wiley M. 

Prop. Winona. 

Schr. Isabel Reed. 

Schr. Rob Roy. 

Bge. Rickarton. 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd. 

(Northern Navigation Division.) 

J. W. Norcross, Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 

H. H. Gildersleeve, Mgr., Sarnia, Ont. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 241 



Prop. City of Midland. 
Prop. Doric. 
Prop. Germanic. 
Prop. Hamonic. 
Prop. Huronic. 
T. S. Ionic. 
Prop. Majestic. 
Prop. Noronlc. 
Prop. Saronic. 
Prop. Waubic. 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd. 

(Richelieu & Ontario Division.) 

J. W. Norcro^s, Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 
T. Henry, Operating Superintendent, Montreal, Que. 

Prop. Aletha. 

S. W. Alexandria. 

S. W. America. 

S. W. Belleville. 

S. W. Boucherville. 

Prop. Brockville. 

Prop. Caspian. 

S. W. Kingston. 

S. W. Longueuil. 

S. W. Montreal. 

S. W. Murray Bay. 

Prop. New Island Wanderer. 

Prop. News Boy. 

Prop. North King. 

S. W. Pierrepont. 

S. W. Quebec. 

Prop. Ramona. 

S. W. Rapids King. 

T. S. Rapids Prince. 

T. S. Rapids Queen. 

S. W. St. Irenee. 

S. W. St. Lawrence. 

T. S. Saguenay. 



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242 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

. Prop. Syracuse. 
Prop. Tadousac. 
T. S. Thousand Islander. 
S. W. Toronto. 
S. W. Trois Rivieres. 
Prop. Varuna. 

Canadian Lake & Ocean Nav. Co., Ltd. 

J. W. Norcro88y Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 
H. W. Cowan, Operating Supt., Toronto, Ont. 

Prop. Scottish Hero. 
Prop. Turret Cape. 
Prop. Turret Court. 

Mercliants Mutual Line, Ltd. 

J. W. Norcross, Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 

H. W. Cowan, Operating Supt., Toronto, Ont. • 

Str. Ames, A. E. 
Str. Beaverton. 
Str. Pellatt, H. M. 
Str. Plummer, J. H. 
Str. Mapleton. 
Str. Saskatoon. 

National Steamship Co., Ltd. 

J. W. Norcross, Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 

H. W. Cowan, Operating Supt., Toronto, Ont.' 
Str. Natironco. 

Turret Crown, Ltd. 

J. W. Norcross, Managing Director, Montreal, Que. 

H. W. Cowan, Operating Supt., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Turret Crown. 

Str. Outing. 

Str. Plumb, Henry. 

No. 57 Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 

Sarnia-Toledo Transit Co., Ltd. 
Bge. Calvert, W. S. 




OWNERS AND MANAGERS 243 

No. 58 Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Owen Sound, Ont. 

Str. Alberta. 
Str. Assiniboia. 
Str. Athabasca. 
Str. Kewatin. 
Str. Manitoba. 

No. 59 Canadian Pacific Raiiway Co., Windsor, Ont> 

Str. Michigan. 
Str. Ontario. 

No. 60 Carlson, Charles S., Racine, Wis. 

Schr. Day, Eliza. 

No. 61 Carroliton Steamship Co., Saginaw, Mich. 

Str. Langell Boys. 

No. 62 Carter, E. D., Mgr., 9th & State Sts., Erie, Pa. 

Erie Steamship Co. 
Str. Luzon. 
Str. Panay. 

No. 63 Cavanagh, Peter, Perth, Ont. 

Str. St. Louis. 

No. 64 Cedar Point Resort Co., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Str. Boeckling, G. A. 
Str. Wehrle, Jr., A. 

No. 65 Central Canada Coal Co., Ltd., James Reynolds, Mgr^ 
Brockville, Ont. 

Str. Marshall, Bamuei. 
Bge. Georger, F. A. 

No. 66 Central Railway of Canada, Montreal, Que. 

Str. Empress. 
Str. Princess. 

No. 67 Champain, Jerry, Sandusky, Ohio. 

Str. Annie Laura. 

No. 68 Chapman, W. E., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bge. Bacon, Melvin S. 



244 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



No. 69 Chatham Navigation Co., Chatham, Ont. 

Str. Ossifrage. 

No. 70 Chesborough, A. M., Emerson, Mich. 

Sch. Taylor, J. V. 

No. 71 Chicago Lighterage Co., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Seymour, R. A., Jr. 
Bge. York State. 

No. 72 Chicago, Duiuth & Georgian Bay Transit Co., R. C. Davis, 
Mgr., 109 W. Adams St., Chicago, 111. 
Str. North American. 
Str. South American. 

No. 73 Chicago-Racine & Milwaulcee Line, Chicago, 111. 

Str. Racine. 

No. 74 Chicago Transportation Co., E. E. SIceel, l^gr., Chicago, 
111. 

Schr. Arendal. 
Schr. Brown, Belle. 
Schr. Butcher Boy. 
Schr. Cora A. 
Schr. Fearless. 
Schr. Hackley, C. K 
Schr. Lily E. 
Schr. Luckey, A. W. 
Schr. Minerva. 
Schr. Mueller, M. 
Schr. Quickstep. 
Schr. Skeele, E. E. 

No. 75 Chicago & So. Haven Line, 7 Rush Street, Chicago, IlL 

Str. City of So. Haven. 
Str. Petoskey. 

No. 76 City of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. City of Mt. Clemens. ' 

No. 77 Clarke, C. T., 360 Flower City Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

Rochester Transportation Co. 
Str. Gould, Jay. 




OWNERS AND MANAGERS 245 



No. 78 Cleland, Herbert, OoUingwood, Ont. 

Georgian Bay Navigation Co. 
Str. Soo City. 

No. 79 Cleveiand-Ciiffs Iron Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Grand Island Steamship Co. 

Str. Andaste. 
Str. Choctaw. 
Str. Fi'ontenac. 
Str. Ishpeming. 
Str. Mather, W. G. 
Str. Michigan, 
^tr. Pontiac. 
Str. Sheadle, J. H. 
Bge. Chattanooga. 

Kopkins Steamehip Co. 
Str. Centurion. 

Presque Isle Trans. Co. 

Str. Angeline. 
Str. Presque Isle. 
Str. White, Peter. 

No. 80 Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. City of Buffalo. 
Str. City of Erie. 
Str. See and Bee. 
Str. State of Ohio. 

No. 81 Clifford, Alex, 878 Fort St., E., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Hayes, R. B. 

No. 82 Ciosser, E. & W., 777 W. Fort St., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Harlow. 
Str. Excavator. 

No. 83 Collins Inlet Lumber Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 

Schr. White Oak. 

No. 84 Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Conger Coal. 



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246 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

No. 85 Connelly Brothers, Ohio Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bge. Arthur. 
Bge. Reddngton, Nellie. 

No. 86 Cota, George, Neoplt, Wis. 

Schr. Aldrich, Wm. 

No. 87 Craig, John, Mgr., 1538 Nicholas Bldg., Toledo, Ohio. 

Adams Transportation Co. 
Str. Adams, Thomas. 

iSlonroe Transportation Co. 
Str. Craig, George L. 

Toledo Steamship Co. 
Str. Zimmerman, Eugsene. 

No. 88 Cream City Sand & Gravel Co., Edison St., Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Str. Desmond. 

No. 89 Crosby Transportation Co., Grand Haven, Mich. 

Str. Conestoga. 
Str. Crosby, E. G. 
Str. Nyack. 

No. 90 Crosthwaite, J. L., 15 Broad St., New York City. 

Str. Georgetown. 
Str. International. 
Str. Waccamaw. 
Bge. Buckeye State. 
Bge. Harrison, Ben. 

No. 91 Daryaw, Henry, Wolf Island, Ont. 

Schr. Merrill, Julia B. 

No. 92 Davidson Steamship Co., Bay City, Mich. 

Str. Amazonas. 
Str. Orinoco. 
Str. Osborne, F. M. 
Str. Sacramento. 
Str. Saunders, E. N. 
Str. Shenandoah. 
Str. Steel King. 



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Str. State of New York. 
Str. Eastern States. 
Str. Western States. 

No. 101 Desrosier, Zenon, St. Joseph Sorel, Que. 

Bge. Katahdin. 

No. 102 Devine & Turnbull, Douglass, Mich. 

Str. Liberty. 

No. 103 Diamond Crystal Salt Co., St. Clair, Mich. 

Str. Colbom, A. R. 
Str. Hilton. 

No. 104 Dodge, E. J., Put-in-Bay, Ohio. 

Str. Tourist. 

No. 105 Doherty James, Belleville, Ont. 

Schr. Keewatin. 

No. 106 Dominion Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Sydney, Cape Breton, 
Can. 

Str. Corunna. 
Str. Nevada. 

No. 107 Dominion Transportation Co., Ltd., C. E. Ainsworth, Mgr., 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Str. Caribou. 
Str. Manltou. 

No. 108 Donald Steamship Co., 18 Broadway, New York City. 

Str. Honoreva. 
Str.^orhilda. 
Str. Querida. 

No. 108!4 Donnelley, Salvage & Wrecking Co., Ltd., Kingston, Ont 

Bge. Harriet D. 

No. 109 Douglass, George, 371 Ferdinand Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Gill, Alice M. 
Str. Markham, Geo. C. 

No. 110 Doville Lake Sand & Gravel Co., 424 Water St., Toledo, O. 

Str. Commerce. 
Str. DoVille, R. E. 

No. Ill Emig, T., St. Clair, Mich. 

Str. Jex, H. N. 



iWNERS AND MANAGERS 



Bulgaria. 

Tbree Brotbera. 
Keith. Ida. 



ad Lake Line, J. C. Maclay, Supt, Buffalo. N. T, 
Blng'haniton. 
Brownell, Geo. F, 
Coohe. D. W. 
McCoUougta, J. C. 
Oweso. 

Ricbardson, G. A. 
Tioga. 
Underwood, F. D. 

Ichigan Ry. A. Nav. Co., lOS S. LaSalle St, 
llhelm Traffic Mgr., Chicago, 111. 
Greene, M. T. 



ge E., Mgr., 107 Mail Bldg., Toronto, Opt 
r Transportation Co., Ltd. 

Colllngwood. 

Meaford. 

. A., Mgr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleyeland, Ohio 
ier S. S. Co. 
. Corrican, James. 
. Meacham, D. B. 

Munro, J. G. 



250 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Tonawanda Transit Co. 
Str. Weston, Charles. 

No. 121 Ferris, R. J., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Schr. Walsh, Lizzie. 

No. 122 Finn & Olsen Freigliting Co., Marinette, Wis. 

Str. Carter, W. J. 

No. 123 FIsiier, Geo. A., Harbor Beach, Mich. 

Schr. Weaver, Jennie. 

No. 124 Finn & Olsen, Marinette, Wis. 

Schr. Joses. 

No. 125 f^lint, J. J. B., Belleville, Ont. 

Schr. Marsh, George A. 

No. 126 Foliette, W. H., Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Str. Foliette, J. W. 

No. 127 Forwarders Limited, Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Dwyer, W. H. 
Str. Port Colborne. 
Str. Port Dalhousie. 

No. 128 Garey, J. C, Saginaw, Mich. 

Str. Cherokee. 
Str. Holland, Robt. 
Bge. Fassett, T. S. 
Bge. Holland, N. C. 
Bge. Owen, G. B. 

No. 129 Garlocl<, C. J., Marine City, Mich. 

Bge. Genoa. 

No. 130 Gilbert, W. H., Belleville, Ont. 

Schr. Suffell, W. J. 

No. 131 Gilchrist Transportation Co., Jolin Gilchrist, Mgr., Clev^< 
land, Ohio. 

Str. Maytham, Thomas. 

Str. Mecosta. 

Str. Neosha. 

Str. Oglebay, E. W. 

Str. Wallula. 

Str. Williams, G. F. 

Bge. Tyrone. 



WNERS AND MANAGERS 



vard, Racine, Wis. 
Rudolpb, William. 
. Jones, J. V, 



ranilt Co., H. W. Thorp, Mgr., Foot ol Mlcli- 
e., Chicago, HI. 

Alabama. 

Arizona. 

Carolina, 

Chicago. 

Chrlstoplier Columbus. 

Georgia. 

Indlajia. 

Virginia. 

30r Lumber Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Toiltec. 
Ctodfrey, G. 



Morton Tran«. Co., Chicago, HI. 

City of Benton Harbor. 

City of Grand Itapids. 

City ot Traverse. 

Holland. 

Puritan. 



Lands do wne. 

ik-Milwaukee Car Ferry Co., MUwauliee, Wis. 

Grand Haven. 
Milwaukee. 



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252 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



No. 141 Granville, Frank, Chatham, Ont. 

Schr. Hutt, Hattie. 

No. 142 Graves-Bigwood Co., Foot of Hertel Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Mohegan. 
Bge. Mingoe. 

No. 143 Gray, Edward, Detroit, Mich. 

Str. City of Straits. 

No. 144 Gray, R. T., Mgr., Detroit, Mich. 

J. Emery Owen Transportation Co. 
Str. Owen, John. 

No. 145 Great Lakes Engineering Works Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Caledonia. 
Str. Italia. 

No. 146 Great Lakes Steamship Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Clevelanid, 
Ohio. 

Str. Brower, A. G. 
Str. Brown. W. W. 
Str. Coulhy, Harry. 
Str. Cowle, J. B. 
Str. Denmark. 
Str. Dunn, John, Jr. 
Str. Durstin, J. P. 
Str. Huhbard, Charles. 
Str. Leonard, G. B. 
Str. Nettleton, A. E. 
Str. Norway. 
Str. Nottingham, Wm. 
Str. Smith, B. Lyman. 
Str. Smith, Hurlburt W. 
Str. Smith, L. C. 
Str. Smith, Lyman C. 
Str. Smith, Monroe C. 
Str. Smith, WJlbert L. 
Str. Thompson, Smith. 
Str. Warner, C. M. 
Str. Wilkinson, H. S. 

No. 147 Green Bay Vessel Co., Green Bay, Wis. 

Str. Orion. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



Stone & Quarrying Co., Sawyer, Wis. 

Bge. Adriatic. 

Bge. Butman, Myron. 

Bge. Carpentef, A, A. 



ly Beach & South Shore Nav. Co., Grimsby Beach, 



:t Towing A Wrecking Co., Ltd., Amherstburg, Out. 
Bge. McWllllamB, Ed. 
Tug Hackett, F. B. 

Co., F. E., Montreal, Canada. 
Str. Carleton. 
Str. Cardinal. 
Str. Slnbad. 



oal Co., George, OgdensburE, N. Y. 

Str. Hall, Henry B. 

Str. HedB. 

Str. laelln, Adrian. 

Str. Jones, P. P, 
Str. Mercur, Fred. 
Str. Money, W. B. 
Str. MacTler, A. D. 
Str. Phenli. 
Str. Robinson, L. W. 
Str. Rugee, John. 
Bge. Mathews, Jennie. 
Bge. Sherman, W. A. 



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254 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

No. 158 Hamilton, W. D., Care of Hines Lumber Co., Chicago, 
111. 

Schr. Lotus. 

Dge. Jenness, B. W. 

No. 159 Hanna & Co., M. A., Mgrs., Leader-News Bldg., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Calumet Transportation Co. 
Str. Agassiz, R. L. 
Str. Flagg, G. A. 
Str. Shaw, Quincy A. 
Str. Warner, Randolph S. 
Bge. Thompson, A. W. 
Bge. Warriner, S. D. 

Cambria Steamship Co. 
Str. Morrell, Daniel J. 
Str. Townsend, Edward Y. 

Eastern Steamship Co. 
Str. Wood, Joseph. 

Franklin Transportation Co. 
Str. Fitch. WllMam F. 
Bge. Maitland, Alex. y 

LaBeile Steamship Co. 
Str. LaBeile. 

Mahonihg Steamship Co. 
Str. Hanna, Leonard C. 
Str. Donner, W. H. 
Str. Stacfchouse, PowelL 

Republic Iron Co. 
Str. Republic. 

Republic Transportation Co 
Str. Brown, W. L. 
Str. Elphicke, M. C. 
Str. French, G. W. 

Scott Steamship Co. 
Str. Saunders, Jr., E. N. 
Str. Turner, J. J. 
Str. Uhrig, Edward A. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



ansportation Co., Sturgeon Bay. Wis. 
tr. Bon Ami. 
tr. Sailor Boy 
tr. ThiBtie. 



Morrison Co., 1410 W. lltb Street, Cleveland, 



, Mgra., Perry-Payne Bidg., Cleve- 



tie Transit Co< 

itr. Bransford. 
;tr. Hawgood, H. B. 
;tr. Holmes, Edwin F. 
Itr. .Tenks, J. M. 

itr. Umbria. 
Itr. WlBconBln. 



Lumber Co., Herman H., Elaton Ave., Ctalcago, HI. 

■tr, Christie. T. S. 
Itr. Hettler. H. H. 
Ige. Interlalten. 



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256 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 

No. 168 Hickley, John, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Sir. Minnie M. 

No. 169 Hill Steamboat Line, Kenosha, Wis. 

Str. City of Marquette. 
Str. Maywood. 

No. 170 Hines Lumber Co., Edward, Chicago, 111. 

Str. Barth, L. L. 
Str. Hines, L. E. 
Str. Niko. 

Str. PaMow, Lewis. 
Str. Sawyer, W. H. 
Bge. Ashland. 
Bge. Case, J. I. 
Bge. City of Chicago. 
Bge. Delta. 
Bge. Filer, D. L. 
Bge. Helvetia. 
Bge. Hutchinson, E. C. 
Bge. Norrls, A. B. 
Bge. Redfem, C. E. 
Bge. Tilden, S. J. 
Bge. Tuxberry, A. C. 

No. 171 Hinckley-Cornwall Forwarding Co., Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 

Str. Hinckley. 
Str. Isabella H. 
Bge. Jessie. 

No. 172 Hinkelman, Andrew, Marine City, Mich. 

Bge. Melvina. 

No. 173 Hoeft, Paul H., Rogers City, Mich. 

Str. Starke, C. H. 

No. 174 Hoey, W. T., Alpena, Mich. 

Str. Helen C. 

No. 175 Hogan, M. J., Pt. Colborne, Ont. 

Str. Lakeside. 

No. 176 Holmes & Co., W. E., Insurance Exchange Bldg., Chicaajo, 

111. 

Str. Mueller. 

Bge. Halstead. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



b<ck Transportation Co. 
tr, Ralph, P. J. 
Ige. Connelly Brothers. 
(gB. HaroW. 

kaska Steamthip Co. 

;tr. Kalkaaka. 
Ige. Fryer, R. L. 



3 rant G., Samta, Ont. 
Itr. Hall, S. C. 
Itr. Mitla, Robert. 
Sge. Brain ard, Katie. 
Ige. Jackson, G. K. 



■lea Transit Co. 
tr. Corsica, 
ee. AhrsBinia. 

ind Steamship Co. 

tr. Block, Joseph. 

tr. Leopold, N. F. 

kini Steamship Co. 

tr. Jenbins, CO. 

tr. Shaughnessy, Sir Thomas. 

tr. Squire, F. B. 



neer Steamship Co. 

tr. Amazon. 

tr. AuguatuB, A. A, 

tr. Australia. 

tr. Butler, Jr., J. G. 

tr. Hanna, D, R, 



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258 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Hutchinson, J. T. 
Str. McKinney, Price. 
Str. Mullen, Martin. 
Str. Nye, Harold B. 
Str. Paine, W, A. 
Str. Polynesia. 
Str. Stanton, John. 
Str. Sullivan, J. J. 
Str. Walsh, J. P. 

No. 181 Hydraulic Sand & Transit Co., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Hydro. 

No. 182 Illinois State Militia, Chicago, 111. 

Str. Commodore. 

No. 183 Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., Sarnia, Ont. 

Str. Imperial. 
Str. Imperoyal. 
Str. locoma. 
Bge. "41". 

No. 184 Indiana Transportation Co., W. K. Greenbaum, Mgr., 114 
South Water St., Chicago, 111. 
Str. Rochester. 

Str. Roosevelt, Theodore. 
Str. United States. 

No. 185 International Ferry Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Niagara Funtier. 
Str. United Shores. 

No. 186 International Transit Co., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Str. Algoma. 
Str. Bawating. 

No. 187 Irondequoit Navigation Co., Irondequoit, N. Y. 

Str. Glenn. 

No. 188 Jacques & Sons Co., Ely, Foot of First St., Detroit. Mich. 

Str. Brokate. 
Str. Canisteo. 
Str. Westcott, J. W. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



N., 1749 Summit St., Toledo, Ohio. 
Bge. Bloom, Neleon. 
Bge. Clint, D. K. 
Bge. Judd, E. T. 



Island Lime & Transport Co., Leader-News Bldg., 

sland. Ohio. 

5tr. Chisholm, Alva, Jr. 

3tr. Clinton, 

3tr. Keltey Island. 

5tr. Michigan Central. 

3tr. Reoor, E. P. 

Bge. Cutler. D. G. 

Bge. Kelly, Normftn. 

Bge. Pellatt, J. H. 

, Harvey J., Marysvllle," Mich. 

Str. Kendall, Harvey J. 

ie Trans. Co. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal. Canada. 

3tr. Kev Port. 

5tr. Keybell. 

Str. Key nor. 

Str. Keyyive. 

3tr. Key West. 

,. B., 2603 Vestry St.. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bge. Francombe, John A. 



, A. T., Mgr., Rocketeller Bldg., Cleveland. Ohio, 
ickeye Steamship Co. 

Str. ■Wright, A. P. 
nney Steamship Co. 
Str. Ashley. J. S. 



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260 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Caldera. 
Str. Ireland, R. L. 
Str. Upson, A. S. 

No. 199 Kitzinger, Gu8, Mgr., Manistee, Mich. 

P^re Marquette Line Steamers. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 3. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 4. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 5. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 6. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 7. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 8. 

No. 200 Klise, A. B., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 

Str. Buckley, Edward. 

No. 202 Kroos, Julius, Sheboygan, Wis. 

Str. Chlpman, Susie. 

No. 203 Kuhn, John, Marine City, Mich. 

Str. Sicken, M. 

No. 204 La Croix, Pettr, Port Huron, Mich. 

Bge. Brake, William. 

No. 205 Lake Commerce, Ltd., J. F. M. Stewart, Pres., 304 McKin- 
non Bldg., Toronto, Ont. 
Str. Valcartier. 

No. ^6 Lake Erie Excursion Co., H. S. Fisher, Mgr., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Americana. 
Str. Canadiana. 

No. 207 Lake Erie Transportation Co., F. J. Maxwell, Mgr., Wade 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Str. Mack, W. S. 

No. 208 Lake Erie Navigation Co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

Str. Marquette & Bessemer No. 1. 

No. 209 Lake Sand Co., R. F. Smith, Mgr., 19 S. LaSalle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Str. Dahlke, H. 
Str. Gunnell, E. 
Str. Hausler, M. G. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



ore Sand A Gravel CC, 2157 W. 3d St., Cleveland 



lora Stone Co., Milwankee, Wla. 
tr. Hen ni pin. 
tr. Topeka. 

J. D., Mgr., Detroit, Mich. 
ceslde Steamihip Co. 
.tr, Mltcliell, Alfred. 



Valley Railroad Co., C. T. O'Neal, SupL, Buffali 
, Lake Division. 
tr, Bethlehem. 
:tr. Mauch Chunk. 

tr. Saranac. 
:tr. Seneca, 
tr. Tusearora. 
tf, Wilkesbarre. 



ne Transportation Co., C. D. Bradley, Mgr., Roger 

Mich. 

;tr. White, W. F. 



one, William, Detroit, Hlch. 

:hlgan Navigation Co. 

;ti". LiTinestone. 

/alter S., Duluth, Minn. 

"tage Lake Steamship Co. 

tr. Columbia. 

itr. Plow Boy. 



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No. 222 Lockhart, D. O., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Str. Snook, T. W. 

No. 223 Lord, C. H., Trenton, Mich. 

Bge. Sweetheart. 

No. 224 Lozen, J. B., New Baltimore, Mich. 

Bge. Lozen, J. B. 

No. 225 Lutz-Oliver & Co., Michigan City, Ind. 

Str. Parks, O. E. 

No. 226 MacKay-Hall Steamship Co., Ltd., T. E. Hall, Mgr., Mon- 
treaJ, Can. 

Str. Compton. 

Str. Rhodes, R. R. 

Str. Stanstead. 

Str. Whitaker, Byron. 

No. 227 Mackenzie-Manna Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Dalhousie City. 

No. 228 MacKinnon & Scott, Menominee, Mich. 

Bge. Wisconsin. 

No. 229 Marks & Co., Thomas, Dominion Bank Bldg., Toronto, Ont. 

Canadian Northwest Steamship Co., Ltd. 
Str. Atikokan. 
Str. Graham, Geo. A. 
Str. Neebing. 
Str. Paipoonge. 

No. 230 Marquette & Bessemer Dock & Navigation Co., A. Leslie, 
Mgr., Walkerville, Ont. 

Str. Marquette & Bessemer Na 2. 

No. 231 McCarthy, Jerry, Ohio Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bge. Holland, Grace. 

No. 232 McCauley, T., Escanaba, Mich. 

Str. Clarke, Alfred. 

No. 233 McClellan & Co., Bowmanville, Ont. 

Bge. Mowatt, Oliver. 

No. 234 McCullough, William, Port Huron, Mich. 

Bge. Coates, L. B. 



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No. 235 McDougall, Neil, Marksville, Ont. 

Str. Michipicoten. 

No. 236 McGibbon & Sons, F., Sarnia, Ont. 

Bge. Cataract. 

No. 237 McLachlan, Colin, Port Huron, Mich. 

McLachlan Transportation Co. 
Str. Bielman, C. F. 
Bge. McLachlan, Mary E. 

No. 238 McLouth, S. C, Marine City, Mich. 

Str. Mentor. 
Str. Prentice, J. H. 
Str. Scran ton. 
Bge. Knapp, F. M. 
Bge. Uranus. 

River Transit Co. 
Str. Hazard, W. A. 

No. 239 McMann, R. H., Sarnia, Ont. 

Schr. Sephie. 

No. 240 McMillan, M. B., Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

American Steamship Co. 
Str. Dimmick, J. K. 

National Steamship Co. 
Str. Bixby, W. K. 

No. 241 McMillan, P. H., Union Trust Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Michigan Steamship Co. 
Str. Colonel. 

Wolverine Steamship Co. 
Str. Senator. 

No. 242 McMorran, Henry, Port Huron, Mich. 

Str. Linden. 

Pawnee Boat Co. 
Str. Pawnee. 
Bge. Edwards, J. R. 
Bge. Orton, M. E. 

Port Huron & Sarnia Ferry Co. 
Str. Beard, James. 
Str. Conger, O. D. 



264 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Dormer, Grace. 
Str. Hiawatlia. 

No. 243 McSherry, P. J., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Ongiara. 

No. 244 Mathews Steamship Co., Ltd., J. T. Mathews, Managing 
Director, Board of Trade Bldg., Toronto, Ont. 
Str. Easton. 
Str. Edmonton. 
Str. Malton. 
Str. Masaba. 
Str. Steelton. 
Str. Yorkton. 

No. 245 Mehl, Edward, Scott Block, Erie, Pa. 

Wainwright Steamship Co. 
Str. Wainwright. 

No. 246 Midland Towing & Wrecking Co., Ltd., Midland, Ont. 

Str. G«.rgantua. 
Str. Reliance. 

No. 247 Midland Transportation Co., Ltd., E. F. Burke, Mgr., Mid- 
land, Ont. 

Str. Chamberlin, C. W. 
Bge. Aloha. 

No. 248 Miller J. C, Parry Sound, Ont. 

Bge. Oorisande. 

No. 249 Miller, J. B., Mgr., Traders' Bank Bldg., Toronto, Ont. 

Parry Sound Transportation Co. 
Str. Seguin. 

No. 250 Mills, David W., 1886 Carter Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Port Huron Navigation Co. 
Str. Mills, David W. 

No. 251 Miiwaul<ee Sand & Gravel Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Str. Ellen. 

No. 252 Milwaul<ee Steamship Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Str. Flower, R. P. 

No. 253 Milwaul<ee Western Fuel Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bge. Transfer. 
Bge. Transport. 




OWNERS AND MANAGERS 265 

No. 254 Mitchell, John, Mgr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Gratwick, S. S. Co. 

Str. McWilliams, John J. 

Buffalo Steamship Co. 
Str. Agnew, William C. 
Str. Clement, Stephen M. 
Str. Kennedy, Hugh. 

Cleveland Steamship Co. 
Str. Albright, John J. 
Str. Clarke, E. A. S. 
Str. Cuddy, Loftus. 
Str. Dustin, A. C. 

Str. Gratwick, William H. i 

Str. Hanna, M. A. 
Str. Holden, Henderick S. 
Str. Lagonda. 
Str. Reis, William E. 
Str. Scraniton, Walter. 
Str. Sellwood, Joseph. 
Str. Taylor, Moses. 
Str. White, Pendennis. 

No. 255 Montreal Transportation Co., L. L. Henderson, Mgr., 14 
Place Royal, Montreal, Canada. 
Str. Advance. 
Str. Fairmount. 
Str. Glenmount. 
Str. India. 
Str. Kinmount. 
Str. Northmount. 
Str. Posemount. 
Str. Simla. 
Str. Storemount. 
Str. Westmount. 
Str. Windsor. 
Bge. Augustus. 
Bge. Brighton. 
Bge. Burma. 
Bge. Cobourg. 
Bge. Condor. 
Bge. Coteau. 
Bge. Davie, G. T. 



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266 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Bge. Dakota. 
Bge. Dorchester. 
Bge. Dunmore. 
Bge. Ethel. 
Bge. Graskin, John. 
Bge. Hamilton. 
Bge. Hector. 
Bge. Hilda. 
Bge. Hiawatha. 
Bge. Kildonan. 
Bge. Kingston. 
Bge. Lapwing. 
Bge. Mamie. 
Bge. Melrose. 
Bge. Montreal. 
Bge. Muskoka. 
Bge. Nadine. 
Bge. Quebec. 
Bge. Selkirk. 
Bge. Thrush. 
Bge. Ungava. 
Bge. Valencia. 
Bge. Winnipeg. 

No. 256 Montreal & Cornwall Navigation Co., Ltd., Cornwall, Ont. 

Str. Brittanic. 

No. 257 Morden, George H., Oakville, Ont. 

Bge. New Dominion. 

No. 258 Morden Transportation Co., Midland, Ont. 

Str. United Lumberman. 
Bge. Jennette. 

No. 259 Morton Salt Co., Robt. K. Warren, Supt., Railway Ex- 
change Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
Str. Marion. 
Str. Normandie. 
Str. Oades, John. 

No. 260 Moore Steamship Co., Leader-News Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Moore, J. W. 

No. 261 Mullen Coal Co., Amherstburg, Ont. 

Str. Alaska. 



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OWNERS AND MANAGERS 267 



Str. Otis, John. 

Str. Shores, E. A., Jr. 

No. 262 Murphy, James, Ft. William, Ont. 

Western Navigation Co. 
Str. Kaministiquia. 

No. 263 Mutual Transit Co., W. E. Lloyd, Supt., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Huron. 
Str. Minneapolis. 
Str. North Lake. 
Str. North Sea. 
Str. North Star. 
Str. North Wind. 
Str. Northern King. 
Str. Northern Light. 
Str. Northern Queen. 
Str. Northern Wave. 
Str. Rhodes, WJiliam C. 
Str. St. Paul. 

No. 265 Neff, Charles S., 2109 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Str. Eddy, C. A. 
Str. Neff, Charles S. 
Str. Venezuela. 

No. 266 Neseen Lumber Co., J. C, Peoples Gas Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Fletcher, F. W. 
Str. Neff, S. O. 
Str. Nessem, N. J. 
Str. Peters. 

No. 267 Niagara Navigation Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Cayuga. 

Str. Chlcora. 
Str. Chippewa. 
Str. Corona. 
Str. Macassa. 
Str. Modjeska. 
Str. Turbinia. 

No. 268 Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto Navigation Co., Ltd., 
Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Garden City. 



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No. 269 NIpigon Transit Co., Port Huron, Mich. 

Str. Ford, J. C. 

No. 270 Northern Lakes Transportation Co., C. W. Bryson, l\4gr., 
Leader-News Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Northern Lal<es S. S. Co. 

Str. Champlain. 
Str. Ontario. 
Str. St. Clafr. 

No. 271 Northern l^ichigan Trans. Co., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Illinois. 
Str. Kansas. 
Str. Manitou. 
Str. Minnesota. 
Str. Missouri. 
Str. Sterling, J. R. 
Str. Wisconsin. 

No. 272 Northern Steamship Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. North Land. 
Str. North West. 

No. 273 O'Brien, Patrick, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bge. Unadilla. 

No. 274 O'Connor, James, Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Bge. Stanley, H. M. 

No. 275 Oakes, Herbert K., I\4gr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

Cadillac Steamship Co. 
Str. Booth, Edwin L. 
Str. Western Staj. 

Franklin Steamship Co. 
Str. B&rry, B. F. 
Str. Barling, B. J. 
Str. Utley, B. H. 

No. 276 Ogdensburg Coal & Towing Co., Ogdenshurg, N. Y. 

Str. Avon. 
Str. McVittle, Alex. 
Str. Nicaragua. 
Bge. Oamey, Fred. 
Bge. Hoboken. 
Bge. Menominee. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 269 



Bge. Stephenson, Isaac. 
Bge. Twin Sisters. 
Bge. Witbeck, Henry. 

No. 277 Olds, M. D., Cheboygan, Mich^ 

Fairport Trans. Co. 
Str. Schoolcraft. 

No. 278 Oliver, James, Kingston, Ont. 

Bge. Andrews, Abbie L. 

No. 279 Omega Transportation Co., 15 Atwater Street, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Str. Omega. 

No. 280 Ontario & Ohio Navigation Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Forest City. 

No. 281 Ottawa Transportation Co., Ltd., Ottawa, Canada. 

Str. Glen Allen. 
Str. Hall. 
Str. Scotchman. 

No. 282 Paragon Refining Co., Toledo, O. 

Petrol Traffic Co. 
Str. Viking. 
Bge. Mitchell, F. W. 

Patterson, J. T., Kingston, Ont. 
Schr. St. Louis. 

Pauiy, H. J., Wells & 3rd Streets, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Str. Davidson, Thomas. 
Bge. Baltic. 

Peacock, J. H., Port Hope, Ont. 
Bge. Arthur. 

Pelee island Sand & Gravel Co., 1800 Scranton Road, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Stafford, W. R. 

Peninsular Steamboat Co., Sandusky, Ohio. 
Str. Lakeside. 

Peninsula Tug & Towing Co., Ltd., Wiarton, Ont. 
Str. Warren, Homer. 
Bge. Sands, Isabella. 



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Bge. Herschel. 
Bge. White & Friant. 
Tug Crawford. 
Tug Ella. 

No. 289 Pennsylvania & Ontario Trans. Co., Rockefeller Bldg., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Str. Ashtabula. 

No. 290 Pennsylvania Steamship Co., Caswell Block, Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Str. Wolf, W. H. (old) 

No. 291 Pentland Steamsiiip Co., F. L. Leckie, l^gr., Rockefeller 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Str. Pentland. 

No. 292 Peoples Milling Co., Chaumont, N. Y. 

Bge. Acacia. 

No. 293 Perks Brothers, Meaford, Ont. 

Str. City of Meaford. 

No. 294 Pere Marquette S. S. Co., W. L. Mercerean, Supt., Luding- 
f ton, Michigan. 

Str. Pere Marquette. 
Str. Pere Marquette N;o. 14. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 16. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 17. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 18. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 19. 
Str. Pere Marquette No. 20. 

No. 295 Peterson, Frank J., 26 W. 4th Street, Oswego, N. Y. 

Str. CollinRe. 
Str. St. Joseph. 

No. 296 Pickands, Mather & Company, Mgrs., Western Reserve 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

The interlal<e Steamship Co. 
Str. Adriatic. 
Str. Aujes, Ward. 
Str. Arctunis. 
Str. Bope, H. P. 
Str. Calumet. 
Str. Canopus. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



itr, CepheuB, 

Itr. Corvus., 

Itr. Crete. 

Itr. Cygnus. 

Itr. Elba. 

Itr. Hemlock. 

Itr. Hoyt, J. H. 

Itr. Indus. 

Itr. Jupiter. 

Itr. Kerr, D. G. 

Itr, Lupus. 

Itr. Mather, Samuel. 

Itr. Mills, D. O. 

Itr. Morae, J. C. 

Itr. Neptune. 

Itr. Odanab. 

Itr. Pathfinder. 

Itr. Perseus. 

Itr. Reed, J. H. 

Itr. Sherwin, John. 

Itr. Sirlus. 

Itr. Stone, Amasa. 

Itr. Taurus. 

Itr. Verona. 

Itr. Venus, 

Itr. Victory. 

Itr. Wallace, J. C. 

Itr. Wolvin, A. B. 

Ige. Constitution. 

Ige. Sagamore. 

iWilliam E., Bay City, Mich. 

Itr. Ogemaw. 

Ige. FUmore, C. J, 



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Str. Black, Clarence A. 

Str. Buffington, Euigene J. 

Str. Bunsen, R. W. E. 

Str. Cole, Thomas P. 

Str. Colgate, James B. 

Str. Coralia. 

Str. Corey, WUliam E. 

Str. Cornell. 

Str. Cort, Henry. 

Str. Crawford, George G. 

Str. Crescent City. 

Str. Dickson, William B. 

Str. Dinkey, Alva C. 

Str. Eads, James B. 

Str. Bdenbom, William. 

Str. Ellwood, Isaac L. 

Str. Empire City. 

Str. Ericsson, John. 

Str. Fairbaim, Sir William. 

Str. Farrell, James A. 

Str. Filbert, WilUam J. 

Str. Frick, Henry C. 

Str. Fulton, Robert. 

Str. Gary, Elbert H. 

Str. Gates, John W. 

Str. German. 

Str. Harvard. 

Str. Hill, James J. 

Str. Houghton, Douglas. 

Str. House, Francis E. 

Str. Linn, William R. 

Str. Lynch, Thomas. 

Str. McDougall, Alexander. 

Str. Malietoa. 

Str. Manola. 

Str. Maricopa. 

Str. Mariposa. 

Str. Maritana. 

Str. Mataafa. 

Str. Mather, Samuel. 

Str. Maunaloa. 

Str. Morgan, J. Pierpont. 



WNERS AND MANAGERS 



Morgao, Jr., J. Pierpont. 
Morse, Samuel F. B. 
Murphy, Simon J, 
Nellson, James B, 
Olcott, WllliaTii J. 
Palmer. William P. 
PerMna, George W, 
Phipps, Henry. 
Poe, Greneral OrlamJo M. 
Princeton. 
Queen Oity. 
Ream, Norman B, 
Rensselaer. 
Roberts, PercivaJ, Jr. 
Rochefeller. Prank. 
Rosers, H. H. 

Schiller, William B. 
Shaw, Howard L. 
Siemens, Sir William. 
Stephenson, George, 
Superior. 
Superior City, 
Trimble, Richard. 
Van mse, Charles R. 
Watt, Jamea. 
Widner, Peter A. B, 
ZeJiith City. 

Bell, Sir Isaac Lothian. 

Bryn Mawr. 

Carrington. 

Corliss. George H. 

Fritz, John. 

Holley, Alexander, 

Jenney. W. LeBaron. 

Krupp, Alfred. 

Mc^na. 

Maia. 

Mai da, 

Mawia. 

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Bge. Marcia. 
Bge. Marsala. 
Bge. Martha. 
Bge. Nasymith, Jas. 
Bge. Roebling, John A. 
Bge. Smeaton, John. 
Bge. Thomas, Sidney G. 
Bge. No. 137. 

No. 300 Pittsburgh & Erie Coal Co., Erie, Pa. 

Str. Armour, P. D, 
Str. Fitzgerald, R. P. 

No. 301 Playfair, James, Mgr., Midland, Ont. 

Great Lakes Transportation Co., Ltd. 
Str. Glenfinnan. 
Str. Glenshee. 
Str. Glenyon. 
Str. Glenlivet. 

No. 302 Plunkett, George, Cobourg, Ont. 

Rogers Transportation Corp. 
Str. Packer, H. E. 
Bge. Kitchen, J. B. 
Bge. Marshall, Charlie. 

No. 303 Point Ann Quarries, Ltd., J. F. M. Stewart, Mgr., McKin- 

non Bldg., Toronto, Ont. 
Str. Lake Michigan. 
Str. Rolph, John. 
Bge. Antelope. 
Bge. Dobbins, D. P. 
Bge. Minch, Sophia. 
Bge. Moran, David. 
Bge. Muir, A. 
Bge. Sligo. 

No. 304 Pottcr-Teare Transit Co., Carter Rd. S. W., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Str. McGregor, Mary A. 

No. 305 Prindiville & Sons, John, Insurance Exchange, Chicago, 
111. 

Str. Yale. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 275 



No. 306 Prescott & Odgensburg Ferry Co., Ltd., Prescott, Ont. 

Str. Miss Vandenberg. 

No. 307 Pringle Barge Line Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

Tug Osborne, Chase S. 
Bge. Barium, J. J. 
Bge. Golden Age. 
Bge. Tokio. 
Bge. Iron Cliff. 

No. 308 Port Col borne & St. Lawrence Nav. Co., Ltd., Toronto, 
Ont. 

Str. Algonquin. 

No. 309 Port Huron & Duluth Steamship Co., Port Huron, Mich. 

Str. L#akeland. 
Str. Lakeport. 
Str. Lakewood. 

No. 310 Post Fisli Co., Sandusky, O. 

Str. City of Dresdon. 

No. 311 Quebec Trans. & Forwarding Co., Ltd., Quebec, Que. 

Str. Florence. 
Str. Hackett, J. H . 
Str. Hackett, M. A. 
Bge. AD. 
Bge. Ewen, F. D. 
Bge. Gladys, H. 
Bge. Katie H. 
Bge. Klondyke. 
Bge. Zapotec. 

No. 312 Quebec & Pt. Levis Ferry Co., Ltd., Quebec, Que. 

Str. Shaw, Chas. H. 

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No. 313 Rainey River Navigation Co., Ltd., Kenora, Ont. 

Str. Agwinde. 
Str. Keenora. 
Str. Keewatin. 

No. 314 Rathbun, C. J., IVIgr., 617 Cass Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Wente, R. C. 
Bge. Exile. 

No. 315 Recor & Smith, St. Clair, Mich. 

Schr. Holmes, J, A. 



276 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



No. 316 Reibolt-Wolter Co., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 

Str. Tempest, No. 1. 
Bge. One. 

No. 317 Reid Towing & Wrecking Co., Ltd., Sarnia, Ont. 

Str. Inland. 
Str. Manistique. 
Str. Matoa. 
Bge. Buffalo. 
Bge. Hanscombe, Belle. 
Bge. Kelderhouse, John. 
Bge. Magnetic. 

Spokane Steamship Co. 
Str. Ketohum, J. B. 2nd. 
Str. Spokane. 

No. 319 Rend & Co., W. P., 115 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Str. Rend, W. P. 

No. 320 Reynolds, J. E., 514 Ontario St., Port Huron, Mich. 

Str. Huron City. 

No. 321 Richardson & Sons, James, Ltd., Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Calgary. 
Str. Glenfoyle. 
Str. Glenmavis. 
Str. Navajo. 
Str. Toiler. 
Bge. Ford River. 

No. 322 Richardson & Co., W. C, 816 Leader-News Bldg., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Str. Wade, J. H. 

Ashtabula Steamship Co. 
Str. Normania. 

Hanna Transit Co. 
Str. Hanna, Howard M., Jr. 

Hubbard Steamship Co. 
Str. Hubbard, C. Russell. 

Jackson Transit Co. 

Str. Mitchell, Samuel. 
Bge. Chicamauga. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 277 



Miller Transit Co. 
Str. Miller, Leonard B. 

Norton Transit Co. 
Str. Norton, David Z. 

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Ricliardson Transportation Co. 
Str. Roumania, 

No. 323 Rideau Lakes Navigation Co., Ltd., Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Rideau King. 
Str. Rideau Queen. 

No. 324 River Rouge Sand Co., Grummond Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Gowan, A. Y. 
Str. Boyce, I. J. 

No. 325 Rixon, Ainslie, Stoddard Co., Ltd., Owen Sound, Ont. 

Bge. Buckhouit, B. B. 

No. 326 Roe Brotliers, Harbor Springs, Mich. 

Str. Columbia. 

No. 327 Rondeau, Treffle, Lanoraie, Que. 

Schr. Dunn, S. H. 

No. 328 Rondeau, Alexis, Lanoraie, Que. 

Bge. Warmington, G. H. 

No. 329 Roper Lbr. & Cedar Co., Menominee, Mich. 

Schr. Cook, Mary Ellen. 

No. 330 Rutlierford, Wiliiam, Montreal, Que. 

Str. Ida E. 

No. 331 Rutland Transit Co., C. W. Kelly Supt., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Str. Averill, W. J. 
Str. Bennin^on. 
Str. Burlington. 
Str. Haskill, W. H. 
Str. Ogdensburg. 
Str. Rutland. 

No. 332 Saginaw Bay Transportation Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bge. Bottsford R. 

No. 333 Sainnon & Co., Hannilton H., F. T. Sullivan, Mgr., 71 

South St., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Str. Kongo. 



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No. 334 Sands, Salt & Lumber Co., Louis, Manistee, Mich. 

Str. Marshall, Maggie. 
Str. Wotan. 

No. 335 Sanderson, Charles, J., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Schr. Simpson, Liicia A. 

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No. 336 Sanford, James, Sandusky, Ohio. 

Str. Stephenson, S. M. 

No. 337 Sandusky & Islands Steamboat Co., Sandusky, O. 

Str. Arrow. 

No. 338 Schlosser, Win, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Str. Cream City. 
Schr. Boyce, G. J. 
Schr. City of Cheboygian. 
Schr. Hossack, W. D. 
Schr. Stafford. 

No. 339 Schnorbach-Greeling Co., Muskegon, Mich. 

Str. Third Michigan. 

No. 340 Scott, William, Wallaceburg, Ont. 

Sfcr. Brittain, R. C. 

No. 341 Scott, W. G., Port Huron, Mich. 

Bge. Casey, Lyman. 

No. 342 Sellwood, R. M., Sellwood Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Masaba Steamship Co. 
Str. Morrow, Joe S. 

No. 343 Sharp, William H., Bay City, Mich. 

Str. Donaldson, J. P. 
Str. King, George. 
Bge. Dayton. 
Bge. Ketchum, J. L. 
Bge. Wright, A. W. 

No. 344 Shaw, Howard L.,'Mgr., Bay City, Mich. 

Lake Transit Co. 
Str. City of Bangor. 
Str. Penobscot 
Str. Pope, E. C. 

Milinokett Steamship Co. 
Str. Milinokett. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 279 



No. 345 Sheehan, James, Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Green, C. H. 
Bge. Our Son. 

No. 346 Shenango Steamship Co., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Shenango Steamship Co. 
Str. Snyder, W. P. 
Str. Wilpen. 

Shenango Steamship & Transportation Co. 

Str. Shenango. 

Str. Sohoonmaker, Colonel J. M. 

Str. Snyder, W. P., Jr. 

No. 347 SIncinnes-McNaughton Line, Montreal, Canada. 

Str. Glengarry. 
Str. International. 

No. 348 Sl<ang, A. M., Escanaba, Mich. 

Bge. Kewaunee. 

No. 349 Smith, W., Belleville, Out. 

Schr. Dundee. 

No. 350 Snool<, John R., Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

Str. Atlantis. 

No. 351 Sol man, Lawrence, Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Clark Brothers. 
Str. Hanlan, John. 
Str. Mazeppa. 

No. 352 South Side Lumber Co., 22nd St. and Ashland Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Str. Sawyer, Philetus. 

No. 353 Sowards, John F., Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Sowards. 
Bge. Maize. 

No. 354 St. Joe Island & Sault Line, Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Str. City of Chatham. 

No. 355 Standard Fuel Co., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Veronica. 



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No. 356 St. Joseph &, Chicago S. S. Co., St. Joseph, Mich. 

Str. Hart, Eugene C. 
Str. Eastland. 

No. 357 St. Lawrence & Chicago Steam Nav. Co., Ltd., A. A. 
Wright Managing Director, 600 Board of Trade Bldg., 
Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Crowe, G. R. 

Str. Iroquois. 

Str. Matthews, W. D. 

Str. Osier, B. B. 

Str. Hagarty, J. H. G. 

No. 358 St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co., Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Bain, Jessie. 

No. 359 Star-Cole Line, John Stevenson, Mgr., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Huron. 
Str. Idlewild. 

No. 360 Stearns Salt & Lumber Co., Ludington, Mich. 

Str. Butters, M. P. 

No. 361 Steinbrenner, Geo. M., Mgr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Nicholas Transit Co. 
Str. Onoko. 

No. 362 Steinbrenner, Henry, Mgr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Kinsman Transit Co. 
Str. Andrews, Matthew. 
Str. Minch, Anna C. 
Str. Minch, Phillip. 
Str. Steinbrenner, Henry. 

No. 363 Stephenson Co., Isaac, Wells Delta Co., Mich. 

Str. Stephenson, I. W. 
Schr. Resumption. 

No. 364 Stobo, Wm. Q., Quebec, Que. 

Str. Iowa. 

No. 365 Sturgeon Bay Stone & Trans. Co., Sawyer, Wis. 

Str. Foster, I. N. 
Bge. Coming, Ida. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 281 

Bge. Empdre State. 
Bge. Oak Leaf. 
Bge. Mott, Richard. 

No. 366 Sullivan & Co., D., Mgrs., Continental Commercial Bank 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Edgewater Steamship Co. 
Str. Merida. 

Chicago Navigation Co. 
Str. Dunham, J. S. 
Str. Fitzgerald, W. E. 

Christopher Steamship Co. 

Str. Christopher. 

Detroit Steamship Co. 
Str. Kotcher, C. W. 

Gartland Steamship Co. 
Str. Wolf, William H. 

Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Trans. Co. 

Str. Crerar, John. 
Str. Dalton, H. G. 
Str. Davidson, A. D. 
Str. Howe, Geo. C. 
Str. Keefe, J. S. 
Str. Lambert, John. 
Str. Marshall, A. M. 
Str. Parent, S. N. 
Str. Wallace, Robert. 

No. 367 Superior Sand & Gravel Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Osbom, Frank C. 

No. 368 Taylor & Cousins, Belleville, Ont. 

Schr. Newlands, J. B. 

No. 369 Thompson, I. &, A., Port Arthur, Ont. 

Lake Coast Trading Co., Ltd. 
Str. Niagara. 
Str. Van Allen, D. R. 

No. 370 Thompson, R. P., Port Huron, Mich. 

Bge. Atmosphere. 

No. 371 Thompson, W. F., Duluth, Minn. 

Str. Nefif, M. C. 



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No. 372 Trotter, F. J., Amherstburg, Ont. 

Str. Mills, J. E. 
Tug Marion E. Trotter. 

No. 373 Tomlinson, G. A., Mgr., Duluth, Minn. 

Continental Steamship Co. 
9tr. Congdon, C. A. 
Str. Goulder, H. D. 

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Duluth Steamship Co. 
Str. Philbin, D. M. 
Str. Sonoma. 
Str. Sultana. 

Globe Steamship Co. 
Str. Adams, Cuyler. 
Str. Ball, F. C. 
Str. Ball Brothers. 

Inter-Ocean Steamship Co. 
Str. Davidson, J. E. 
Str. Sierra. 

Mutual Steamship Co. 
Str. Berwind, Harry A. 
Str. Hartwell, Fred G. 
Str. livlngstone, William 

National Steamship Co. 
Str. Hart, F. W. 
Str. Watson, C. W. 

Peavey Steamship Co. 
Str. Heffelfinger, Frank 1 
Str. Peavey, Frank H. 
Str. Peavey, Geo. H. 
Str. Wells, Frederick B. 

Superior Steamship Co. 
Str. Bamum, G. G. 
Str. Sonora. 
Str. Sinaloa. 

Triton Steamship Co. 
Str. Ranney, R. P. 

Zenith Steamship Co. 
Str. Hoover & Mason. 
Str. Saxona. 
Str. Yosemite 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 283 

No. 374 Tonawanda Iron & Steel Co., N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Str. City of Naples. 
Str. Fleetwood. 
Str. Oceanica. 
Bge. Eddy, John F. 

No. 375 Toronto Ferry Co., Toronto, Ont. 

Str. Bluebell. 
Str. Island Queen. 
Str. Luella. 
Str. Mayflower. 
Str. Primrose. 
Str. Trilliiun. 

No. 376 Tracey, H. E. N., Marine City, Mich. 

Bge. Corry, Mike. 

No. 377 United Fuel & Supply Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Heiden, Charles. 
Str. Little, C. H. 
Str. Sachem. 
Str. McKerchey, J. M. 

No. 378 Vance & Joys Co., Mgrs., Mitchell Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Dakota Transit Co. 

Str. Maryland. 

Milwaukee-Western Steamship Co. 
Str. Manchester. 

Wisconsin Steamship Co. 
Str. Schleslnger, Ferdinand. 

No. 379 Van Dusen, T. L., Picton, Ont. 

Schr. Calkins, Bertie. 

No. 380 Vlau, Antone, Cornwall, Ont. 

Str. City of Toronto. 

No. 381 Victoria Navigation Co., Ltd., Ottawa, Que. 

Str. Victoria. 

No. 382 Volunteer Transit Co., Archie Thompson, Mgr., 948 Rocke- 
feller Bldg-., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Str. Beatty, Charles. 

No. 383 Wabash Railroad Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Detroit. 



284 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Transfer, 
atr. Transport. 

No. 384 Waffle, T. J. & W. J., Kingston, Ont. 

Str. Waffle, T. J. 

No. 385 Waldo, L. C, Mgr., 15 Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. 

N-W Transportation Co. 
Str. Brown, H. H. 
Str. Kirby, S. R. 
Bge. Hartn-ell, Geo. E. 

No. 386 Walkervllle & Detroit Ferry Co., Walkerville, Ont. 

Str. Ariel. 
Str. Essex. 

No. 387 Wallace & Cunningham, Dearborn, Mich. 

Dcarbrrn Transit Co. 
Str. Wallace, E. L. 

No. 388 Wedow, John F., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

. Bge. Troy. 

No. 389 Western Transit Co., E. T. Douglass, Mgr., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Boston. 
Str. Buffalo. 
Str. Chicago. 
Str. Duluth. 
Str. Milwaukee. 
Str. Mohawk. 
Str. Rochester. 
Str. Superior. 
Str. Troy. 
Str. Utica. 

No. 390 Weston & Son, A., North Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Str. Buell, F. R. 
Bge. Stewart. A. 

No. 391 Whalen, James, Mgr., Port Arthur, Ont. 

Str. St. Ignace. 
Str. St. Marie. 
Bge. Thunder Bay. 

No. 392 White-Gratwick & Mitchell Steamship Co., North Tona- 
wanda, N. Y. 

Str. Smith, Edward. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 285 



No. 393 White Star Line, Detroit, Mich. 

Str. City of Toledo. 
Str. Greyhound. 
Str. Owana. 
Str. Tashmoo. 
Str. Wauketa. 

No. 394 White Transportation Co., Chicago & Mackinaw Sts., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Str. Arizoma. 
Str. Runnells, H. E. 
Bge. Scotia. 

No. 395 WIckwire Steel Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Str. Niagara, 

No. 396 Willoughby, W. J., Windsor, Ont. 

Str. Case. 

No. 397 Wiison Transit Co., Archie Thompson, Mgr., Rockefeller 
Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Str. Garretson, General. 

Str. Hebbard, Charles. 

Str. Mcintosh, H. P. 

Str. Osborne, A. W. 

Str. Rees, W. D. 

Str. Robbins, S. H. 

Str. Upson, J. E. 

Str. Wilson, Capt. Thomas. 

Str. Yuma. 

No. 398 Wilson, Paterson Co., Board of Trade Bldg., Montreal, 
Canada. 

Str. Senator Derbyshire. 

Fairhaven Transportation Co., Ltd. 
Str. Rock Perry. 

Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd. 
Str. Canobie. 

No. 399 Wilson, W. H., Muskegon, Mich. 

Str. Wilson, Mathew. 

No. 400 Williams, Roy A., Mgr., Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

North American Steamship Co. 
Str. America. 



286 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Str. Brazil. 
Str. Byers, A. M. 
Str. Reiss, John P. 
Str. Reiss, Peter. 

Alva Steamship Co. 
Str. Bradley, M. A. 

No. 401 Windsor & Pelee Island S. S. Co., Ltd., Pelee Island, Onl. 

Str. Pelee. 

No. 402 Wineman, Henry, Jr., Ford BIdg , Detroit, Mich. 

Str. City of Berlin. 
Bge. Aurora. 

Raleigh Steamship Co. 
Str. Hutchinson, C. L. 

No. 403 Winnipeg Steamship Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Str. Briton. 
Str. Waldo, L. C 

No. 404 Wisconsin Steel Co., Chicago, 111. 

Str. The Harvester. 

No. 405 Wyandotte Transportation Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Str. Alpena. 
Str. Huron. 
Str. Wyandotte. 

No. 406 Wyman, Guy, Painsville, Ohio. 

Str. Edwards, Wm. 

No. 407 Zengerle, C. M., Mgr., 97 Alfred St., Detroit, Mich. 

Shoal Water Transportation Co. 
Str. Norwalk. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



287 



Present Names of Boats Whose Names Have 

Been Changed 

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Advance 

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Agnes W. 

Arcturus 

Arizona 

Arthur . 

Arthur (Can.) 

Atilcolcan (Can. ) 

Auburn 



Badger 

Baltic 

Batavia 

Bath 

Barnum, G. G 

Baroness 

Barth, L. L 

Battle. Mary (Can.) 

Bay City 

Bay Port 

Bay State 

Bay View 

Bawating (Can.) 

Beaupre (Can.) 

Beaver 

Belleville (Can.) . . 

Berkshire 

Berwyn 

Bethlehem 

Biclcerdike (Can.) . 

Binghamton 

Block, Joseph 

Bloom, Nelson 

Bombay 

Booth, Edwin L. .. 

Bothnia (Can.) 

Boucherville (Can.) 
Boyce, Jessie L. .. 

Brake. William 

Brittania 

Briton (Can.) 

Brittanic 

Brownell, Geo. F. 

Buel, P. R 

Buffalo 

Burnham, Geo. . 

Business 

Cabotia (Can.) . 
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Sahara. 

Sir I. L. Tllley. 

W. A. Hawgood. 

Roswell P. Flower. 

James B. Wood. 

City of Racine. 

D. P. Rhodes. 

G. C. Trumpff. 

J. B. Trevor. 

Riiflfalo. 

Whaleback 110. 

Grace Grummond. 

Whaleback 126. 

Sir Joseph Whit worth (Whaleback). 

Socapa. 

Whaleback 126. 

S. S. Wilhelm. 

TJllle Smith. 

Colgate Hoyt (Whaleback). 

R. B. Bartlett (Whaleback). 

J. L. Colby (Whal^b^pk). 

A. D. Thompson (Whaleback). 

Fortune. 

Montreal. 

Oval Agitator. 

Spartan. 

John Scott Russell (Whaleback). 

Capt. G. W. Naughton. 

K. P. Wilbur. 

Arabia. 

H. J. Jewett. 

Arthur Hawgood. 

Meteor. 

Whaleback 107. 

D. M. Whitney. 

Jack. 

Hochelago. 

Milan. 

S. Gardner. 

Whaleback 116. 

S. & J. Collier. 

Rocket. 

Chemung. 

St. Louis. 

Brunette. 

Flora Webster. 

Bessemer. 

Hiawatha. 

W. B. Morley. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



CAPTAINS ! when in need of a diver why 
not have a diver that knows every part of 
a ship, from stem to stern, with 15 years of 
experience. 



Familiar with 
the use of 
Dynamite, 



Wrecking, 

Wheels or 

Rudders 

Shipped, 

Anchors and 

Bodies 

Recovered. 



The Best and only Diving Apparatus at the head of ibe 
Lakes wiih Improved Telephone Sysiem 

Full equipment on board a small scow 
Alnm Rudr on Short Noiicc 

Specialties made of Examinias and Repairiae Water 
Works Intake Pipes 

Call) imwerfd Da? or Nielli 

Captain Horace H. Thompson, Diver 

1211 East 4th Street Duluth, Minn. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



289 



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Canobie (Can.) *' 

Canopus " 

Carbray, Felix " 

Cardinal (Can.) " 

Carolina " 

Case " 

Caspian (Can.) " 

Ceplieus '* 

Cetus •* 

Cassie ** 

Cataract (Can.) " 

Chlcoutimi (Can.) " 

Chippewa ' * 

Chamberlin, C. W. (Can.).. " 

City of Cheboygan " 

City of Green Bay ' 

City of Hamilton (Can.) .. • 

City of "London (Can.)* " 

City of Meaford (Can.) " 

City of Montreal (Can.) ... " 

City of Ottawa (Can.) " 

City of St. Ignace " 

City of the Straits " 

City of Windsor fCan.) ... ' 

Clark, Alfred " 

Ck)balt (Can.) " 

CoUinge ' 

Compton (Can.) " 

Congdon, Chester A *• 

Conger Coal (Can.) " 

Cornwall (Can.) " 

Corona 

Corvus " 

Conestogo " 

Cooke, Delos W " 

Corry, Mike " 

Cort, Henry " 

Columbia " 

Crawford, Geo. G " 

Cream City " 

Crosby, E. G " 

Cygnus * 

Cyrenian (Can) " 

Doric (Can.) '' 

Duchess of York (Can.) " 

Dundum (Can.) ** 

Dunn, S. H " 

Eads, James B " 

Elva " 

Emerald (Can.) " 

Emerald ,. " 

Empress " 

Empress of Ft. William 

(Can.) •• 

Fa^irtsLx (Can.) •• 



Queen City. 

Iron King. 

Geo. H. Russell. 

John C. Gault. 

Mayflower. 

C. H. Hackley. 

J, C. Liockwood. 

Passport. 

F. W. Gilchrist. 

Henry S. Sill. . 

Whaleback 201. 

Myles. 

Sanquenay. 

U. S. R. C. Fessendon. 

C. N. Pratt. 
Duluth. 

M. C. Hawley. 

Japan. 

Kathleen. 

Seamon. 

China. 

India. 

City of Cleveland. 

City of Detroit. 

E. K. Roberts. 

H. C. Frick. 

Saugatuck. 

B. P. Bears. 

Cumberland. 

Eastwood & Massachusetts. 

Salt Lake City. 

A. Weston. 

Algerian. 

Cibola. 

J. Li. Weeks. 

Susquehanna. 

Starruca. 

J. O. Thayer. 

Pillsbury. 

Mascotte. 

LeGrand S. DeGraflf. 

Rhoda Emily. 

Naomi. 

J. C. Gilchrist. 

Prussia. 

Tadausac. 

Prince of Wales. 

Pere Marquette No. 2. 

W. R. Taylor. 

Globe. 

Glad Tidings. 

Garnet. 

D. W. Powers. 
Peerless. 

Ml. Stfe\)\veTv. 
lonVa. 



290 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Pickands, Mather & Co. 

Western Reserve Building 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Fuel Lighters at Buffalo, Ashtabula, Cleve- 
land, and at Detour, Michigan, a fuel dock 
equipped with chute capacity of 600 tons. 
Best quality of Pittsburg Coal furnished at 
any time during day or night. 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



291 



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Fannie Nee 

Faustin " 

FMlbert, Wm. J. ^ " 

Fleetwood " 

Flora " 

Follette. James W " 

Forest City (Can.) " 

Franz, W. C. (Can.) " 

Fremont ** 

Freeport " 

Gargantua (Can.) " 

Georgia ^ . . . *' 

Glenfinnan (Can.) "' 

Glengary (Can. ) * ' 

Glenlivet (Can.) " 

Glenshee (Can.) " 

Glenyon (Can.) " 

Graham, Geo. A " 

Grimsby (Can.) " 

Hall, Charles B " 

Hall, Henry B " 

Hamilton (Can.) *• 

Hand, C. C " 

Harlow " 

Harriet D. (Can.) " 

Hart, Harriet C " 

Harvey, F. E " 

Havey, Hugh R " 

Hazard, W. A '• 

Helen C " 

Hennepin " 

Hettler. H. H *' 

Hill, Charles B " 

Hill, Flora M " 

Hines, L. Edward *' 

Holcomb, Ralph T. (Can.). " 

Holland " 

Hossack. W. D ''' 

House, Francis E " 

Hubbard, C. Russell " 

Huron . " 

Hutt, Hattie " 

Idlewild " 

Inland (Can.) " 

Indus " 

Ionic (Can.) " 

Iron City " 

Island Bell (Can.) " 

Islander (Can.) " 

Ivie " 

Jennie " 

Jacob, C. W " 

Jex, H. N •• 

Josephine " 

Kansas 

KaministlquJa (Can.) " 

Keewatin (Cslu.) *' 



Whaleback 202. 

E. H. Jenks. 
William M. Mills. 
W. H. Gratwick. 
Uranus. 

J. H. Farwell. 

King Edward. 

Uranus. 

May Graham. 

Black Diamond. 

D. C, Whitney. 

City of Liudington. 

Minnetonka. 

Argyle. 

Wawatam. 

Howard M. Hanna, Jr. 

Minnekahta. 

Marina. 

Empress of India and Argyle. 

Delaware. 

Iron Duke. 

Magnet. 

R. E. Schuck. 

Preston. 

Eleanor. 

City of T^uisville. 

John Roberts. 

J. C. Pringle. 

John Schroeder. 

F. B. Spinner, Quebec. 
Geo. H, Dyert 
Walter Vail. 
Delaware. 

U. S. Revenue Cutter Dahlia. 

Santa Maria. 

Isaac Lincoln. 

City of Milwaukee. 

Bertha Barnes. 

William B. Kerr. 

H. A. Hawgood. 

Dorius Cole. 

F. B. Stockbridge. 

Grace McMillan. 

I. W. Nicholas. 

Lake Shore. 

Cuba. 

D. B. Bailey. 

Island Wanderer. 

John Thorn. 

Whaleback 127. 

Whalebaok 111. 

City of Paris. 

Frontenac. 

Eva S. Robinson. 

City ot C\v'a.t\^NQ\-?L. 



292 



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W. H. Meyer Estate 
C. J. Meyer, A£rent 



Conrad Starke Estate I 
W. C. Starke. Executor 



MILWAUKEE 
Tug Boat Line 



OFFICE OPEN DAY A\D NIOHT 



98 FERRY STREET 



Ifinz Distance Telephone — South 406 



Private Phone at Pier 



MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



TUGS 



W. H. Meyer 


Engine 


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30 Triple Ixp. 


Welcome 


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Horse Power 


J. J. Hagerman 


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W. H. Simpson 


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Conrad Starke 


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One 10-inch Centrifugal Pump 
Two Worth Centrifugal Pumps 

HAWSERS AND LIGHTERS 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



293 



Bge. Keewath (Can.) Nee 

Str. Kenosha ** 

Kentucky " 

King Edward (Can.) " 

Kongo •• 

Lakeport ** 

Lakewood " 

Lakeland *" 

Langham " 

Laurier, Sir Wilfrid (Can.) " 

Leopold, N. F " 

Lewisten '' 

Bge. Lily E 

Str. Lupus ".... " 

McCollough, J. G. '* 

Major 

Malton " 

Manistee " 

Marshall, Maggie " 

Martian (Can.) " 

Mataafa " 

Meaford (Can.) " 

Melbourne " 

Meyer, F. A " 

Michiplcoten (Can.) " 

Mills, David W " 

Minnekahta " 

Minnesota "' 

Mlnnetonka " 

Morrison, Frank " 

Mueller " 

Murray Bay (Can.) " 

Muskegon " 

Myron " 

Natlronco (Can.) " 

Naomi " 

Navajo (Can.) " 

Neff. Lucy " 

Neilson, J. B ;; 

New York " 

Niagara (Can.) " 

North King (Can.) " 

Northmount (Can.) " 

Olcott (Can.) " 

Bge. Olga " 

Str. Omego " 

Ongiara (Can.) " 

Osborne. A, W " 

Otis, John " 

Orion •' 

Ottawa (Can.) " 

Owana •* 

Paipoonge (Can.) " 

Pere Marquette No. 3 " 

Pere Marquette No. 4 " 

Pere Marquette No. n " 



Paragon. 

Madagascar. 

Arundell. 

Montauk. 

Meridan and Saginaw Valley. 

Boston. 

Syracuse. 

Cambria. 

Tom Adams. 

H. M. Hanna, Jr. 

W. R. Woodford. 

S. E. Peck. 

Louise McDonald. 

Gilchrist. 

S. C. Reynolds. 

John Mitchell. 

E. M. Peck. 

Alice Stafford. 

William Crippen. 

Mars. 

Pennsylvania, 

Newmount. 

City of Holland. 

J. Emery Owen. 

City of Windsor. 

Sparta. 

W. H. Gratwick No. 1. 

Harlem. 

Alva. 

Lehigh. 

E. S. Tlce. . 
Carolina. 
Peerless. 
Mark Hopkins. 
Pioneer. 
Wisconsin. 
King Ben. 

W. P. Ketchum. 

Washburn (Whaleback). 

H. L. Worthington. 

Shrewsbury. 

Druid. 

Norseman. 

Prince Rupert. 

Lakeside. 

Sandusky. 

Fayette Brown. 

Queen City. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

G. J. Truesdell 

Isaac May. 

A. B. Taylor. 

Pennsylvania. 

Corona. 

F. & P. M. -ii^o. ^. 
F. & P. "Nl. ^o. ^. 
F. & P. ^. ^o. "Si. 



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Propeller Wheels 

SOLID OR IRON, STEEL 

SEGTIONtL OR BRONZE 

OVER 200 PATTERNS 



Steel Castings 
Marine Repairs 



The Wm. Kennedy & Sons, Ltd. 

OWEN SOUND, GiNADi 



OWNERS AND MANAGERS 



295 



Str. Pere Marquette No. 6 Nee 

•• Pere Marquette No. 7 "' 

" Pere Marquette No. 8 " 

•• Pere Marquette No. 16 *' 

•• Peters " 

" Perseus . ...* " 

•• Phelps, Frand D " 

'• Phenix " 

'• Phllbin, D. M " 

«• Pine Lake " 

" Portland " 

•• Prescott (Can.) *' 

•• Pringle. John C ** 

Bge. Quickstep w- " 

Str. Racine *' 

•• Rapids Queen " 

II Reliance ;; 

" Richardson, G. A " 

" Rock Ferry (Can.) ' 

" Rome '• 

•• Roberts, John " 

" Robbins, S. H " 

Bgre. Rickarton (Can.) " 

•• Romeo " 

'* Sagramore " 

Str. Saronic " 

" Sarnian (Can.) " 

** Samor (Can.) " 

" Saunders, Jr., E. N " 

" Shaw, Charles H. (Can.) .. " 

Schr. Skeele, E. E " 

Str. Soo City (Can.) " 

'* Senator Derbyshire " 

" Sirius " 

•* Sowards (Can.) " 

Bge. Stanley, H. M. (Can.) " 

Str. Stanstead (Can.) " 

** State of New York " 

" State of Ohio " 

'• Sterling, John R " 

" Sturgess, Geo " 

•• St. Irenee (Can.) •• 

" Syracuse " 

Bge. Taber, Horace '* 

Str. Tadousac (Can.) " 

" Taurus " 

" Taylor, S. Frater (Can.) .. " 

" Tennessee " 

'* Tennessee " 

" Three Brothers " 

Bge. Tolmie, John (Can.) " 

" Transfer " 

'* Transport " 

" Underwood, F. D " 

Str. Turner, J. J. " 



Mark B. Covall. 

rhequamegon. 

Tennessee. 

Muskeeon and Shenago Na 2. 

Tim Sheriffs. 

F. J. Hecker. 
Cyclone. 

W. A. Avery. 

Sylvan i a. 

Ida M. Torrent. 

A. B. Wolvin. 

Bohemian. 

W. H. Gratwick. 

S. Anderson. 

Argo. 

Rrockville. 

P. S. Faxton. 

H. C. Spraguc. 

G. G. Hadley. 
Geo. J.- Gould. 
Merrimac. 
Chicago. 

City of Rossford. 

^T. W. Oliver. 

Chippewa. 

Tailor. 

D. Z. Norton. 

United Empire. 

Chili. 

Britannic. 

Abraham Steam. 

John R. Langdon. 

John Mee. 

Mabel Bradshaw. 

Bermuda. 

R. L. Ireland. 

Rand. 

J. H. Breck. 

Clyde. 

City of Mackinac. 

City of Alpena. 

Vanderbilt. 

Higgle. 

Canada. 

Geronia. 

Amoskeag. 

Virginia. 

Perry G. Walker. 

Saturn. 

John Spry. 

H. W. Williams. 

H. W. Williams. 

Clara. 

Wm. McGregor. 

C. C. Barrvea, 

Rartvapo. 

J. Q. B.\de\fe. 



296 



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ROBERT H. BORLAND 

Manager 



McGUIRE. COBB & LULL HOTEL CO. 
Proprietors 



HOTEL BRADLEY 

FIVE HUNDRED ROOMS 

200 with Private Tub Bath at $1.00 and $1.25 Per Day 

Others at $1.50 and $2.00 

New Fireproof Addition to Hotel Alexandria Just Coniplsted 

Within walking distance of all Theatres and Shopping 

District. Special weekly rates. Popular priced 

Restaurant in connection 

N. W Corner Rush and E. Grand Ave. CHICAGO 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. 

River and Harbor Improvements 

Foundations, Bridges, Piers, Breakwaters, Light- 
houses, Tunnels, Pneumatic and Submarine 
Work 



Monroe Building 



CHICAGO 



Cleveland. Ohio. Williamson Building 
Saull Ste. Marie, Mich., Adams Building 
Buffalo N. Y.. n. S. Morgan Building 
Milwaukee Wis., 491 Canal Street 



Duluth. M.nn., Aluorth Building 
Amherstburg. Ontario. Canada 
Boston. Mass.. Oliver Building 
Albany. N. Y., 27 Lumber District 



PRESENT NAMES OF BOATS 



297 



Str. Uhrig, Edward A Nee 

Valcarter (Can.) 

Van Vleck, Geo. H 

Vermillion 

Warren, Homer 

Wau-Kon 

Westerian (Can.) 

Wiehe, Trude R 

Windsor (Can.) 

Winnipeg 

Wisconsin 

Yonkers 

Zillah 



Sheldon Parks. 

W. H. Mack. 

Portage. 

J. C. Gilchrist. 

Atlantic. 

Charles West. 

City of Montreal. 

Alex Folsom. 

Iroquois. 

Juniata. 

F. & P. M. No. 1. 

Milwaukee. 

Eklward Smith. 



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299 



T. B. CORBETT 

D£AL£R. IN 

BREAD and CONFECTIONERY 

ALSO COAL, CEMENT, LUMBER and ICE 

DAMAGED GRAIN BOUGHT 

First Street PORT McNICOLL 

Geo. Herman's Sons 

The Marine Grocers 

233 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, 111. 



Established 1679 



Phones 392-393 



THE PEOPLES CASH MARKET 

With Wholesale Prices to All 

Marine Trade Our Specialty 



234 North Genesee Street 



Waukegan 



Illinois 



CALDER, SMITH & REID 

Steamship Ticlcets to all Parts of ttie World 

Agents: Booth Line for Duluth, North Shore, and Isle 
Royale, Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co., 
Steamers South American and North American. 

104 Simpson St. FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 



steam Sleeter 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Oake Engine Go. 

Grand Haven 
Mich. 

HaufHtircK of STEAM 

Steering Gears, Cap- 
stans, Anchor Wind- 
lasses, Mooring 
Hoists, Cargo Hoists, 
Drill Hoists, Spud 



Complete 
CataloB & 



spuds OB dredges) 



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T. B. CORBETT 

DCALCR. IN 

BREAD and CONFECTIONERY 
ALSO COAL, CEMENT, LUMBER and ICE 

DAMAGED GRAIN BOUGHT 

First Street PORT McNICOLL 

Geo. Herman's Sons 

The Marine Grocers 

233 N. Genesee St. Waukegan, 111. 

Established 1679 Phones 592-393 

THE PEOPLES CASH MARKET 

With Wholesale Prices to All 

Marine Trade Our Specialty 

234 North Genesee Street 

Waukegan Illinois 

CALDER, SMITH & REID 

Steamship Tickets to all Parts of the World 

Agents: Booth Line for Duluth, North Shore, and Isle 
Royale, Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co., 
Steamers South American and North American. 

104 Simpson St. FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 



300 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Home Phone 794 Bell Main 1624 

CHAS. Q. RICHARDS 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Metal Worker 

Boat Work a Specialty 

8=10 ST. CLAIR ST. TOLEDO, OHIO 

SHEEHY & KEHOE 

(Successors to P. Flanagan) 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 

Goods Delivered Promptly 

Between Bridge and CajrugaSt. r\o\\Tr>r>r\ kt x7 
No. 156 WEST FIRST STREET UoWLCjO, IN. Y. 

JOHM HUQHES 

Dealer in 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour 
Fish, Milk, etc. 

BOAT ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED 

Cor. King and Edward Sts. 
Phone 154 PRESCOTT, ONT. 

TELEPHONE 227 

HEINECKE & KAUFMANN CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Fresb, Salted and Smoked Meats, Ice and Milk 

Marine Trade Solicited 

805 Indiana Ave. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



301 



ARCHER and HOLMES 

TOBACCOIVISTS 

ROOU AIVO BIUUIAROS 

The last word in up-to-date Pipes, Smokers* Supplies, 
Domestic and Imported Cigars and Tobaccos. Being old 
time Marine Men ourselves we solicit the Marine Men's 
trade. 

TWO STORES 
4 7 and 610 Viitoria Ave. FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 



Telephone 375 



MURPHY & WEIR 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN 

Oils, Packings, Ship Chandlery, Mill Supplies, Railway 

Supplies. Engineers' Stores. 

Cor.St. Paul and Sault au Metelot Sts. QUEBEC 



lyOntf Distance Telephone 181 

W. RATHSACK & SONS CO. 

GENERAL HARDWARE 

Marine and Engine* rs' Supplies 
Tin. Galvanized Iron and Copper Work a Specialty 

814 Jay Street MANITOWOC, WIS. 



"GET IT AT WILLIAMS' ' 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES 

WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY 

QUALITY COUNTS HERE 

56 Ford St. OGDENSBURG, N. Y. 



302 



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PHONE BLACK 10 



GLOBE STEAM LAUNDRY and GLEANING WORKS 



MRS. E. H. HEMPEt, Propriotor 



Cor. Washington and 14th Sts. 



MANITOWOC, WIS. 



Phone Black 906 



Stretch Bros. Laundry Co. 

Marine Trade a Specialty Prompt Service 

Never Missed a Boat 



609 Wasliington St. 



MANITOWOC, WIS. 



Phone 326 

J. MINER'S SOINS 

Solicit your patronage with a full line of 

STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 

Oswego's Leading Qtocers Marine Delivery Prompt Service 

39 East Bridge St. OSWEGO. N. Y. 

FRED C. MEISER 

MARINE MEAT MARKET 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of 

FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS 

BBI,I< TELEPHONE, 687-K 

11 East Seventh Street ERIE, PA. 



COAL DOCKS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



303 



COAL DOCKS OF THE GREAT LAKES 

Data Furnished by Pred W. Green 



ALGOMA, WIS. 

Alaoma Fuel Co.— 
Capacity 500 to 600 tons per day. 
Draft of water 12 to 14 feet. 
Maximum length boat can handle 

at dock, 300 foot. 
Supt. H. Grimm. 

ALGONAC, MICH. 

A. M. Smith- 
Capacity per day 250 tons. 
Draft of water 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

City Dock — 
Capacity per day 150 tons. 

ALPENA, MICH. 

Alpena Coal Co. — 

Capacity per day 300 tons. 

Draft of water 15 feet. 

Can handle 450 foot boats. 

Supt. Thomas P. Monaghan. 
Alpena Cement Co. — 

Capacity per day 250 tons. 
Bedford & Co., M. N. — 

Capacity per day 600 tons. 

Depth of water 15 feet. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. J. L. Reed. 
Fletcher Paper Co. — 

Capacity per day 600 tons. 

Depth of water 15 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 370 feet. 

AMHERSTBURG, ONT. 

Mullen Coal Co.— 
Lower end of Detroit River. 
Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. Duerson Gatfleld. 

ASHLAND, WIS. 

Clarkson Coal & Dock Co. — 

Capacity' per 10 hours on large 
boats 2,000 tons; small boats 
1,500 tons. 

Depth of water 20 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 620 feet. 



Pittsburgh & Ashland Coal & Dock 
Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water 19 feet 6 inches. 
Maximum length of boat 440 feet. 
Supt. Pred Erickson. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. (C. N. & W.) — 

Capacity per day 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet. 
Supt. M. Schrank. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. (Soo Dock) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet. 
Supt. M. Schrank. 

ASHTABULA HARBOR, OHIO 

Lower Lake Dock Co. — 

Leader-News Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

McMyler Car Dump (West Side). 

Supt. J. M. Amsden. 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Pennsylvania 
No. 11)— 

McMyler Car Dump (West Side). 

Supt. T. P. Falkner. 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Lake Shore 
No. 9)— 

McMyler Car Dump (East Side). 

Supt. Robt. W. Dingee. 
Pickands- Mather & Co. — 

McMyler Car Dump (East Side). 

Supt E. O. Whitney. 

BAY CITY, MICH. 

Central Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 12 to 15 
feet. 

Supt. P. W. Braman. 
C. M. Clute— 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 13 feet. 

Can handle boats of any size. 

BEAVER ISLAND, MICH. 

James McCann — 

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ASHTABULA HARBOR, OHIO. 

1. Pollock -Becker Dock Co. (Union). 

2. Ashtabula & Buffalo Dock Co. (ore dock) 

P. M. & Co. (Superior). 

3. Ashtabula & Buffalo Dock Co. (car dump) 

P. M. & Co. 
i. Pittsburgh Coal Co. (car dump) Lake 
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BELLEVILLE, ONT. 
N. Aliens Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 11 feet. 

Supt. N. Allen. 
F. S. Anderson Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 200 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 10 feet. 
Downey Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 225 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 10 feet. 
Schuster Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 225 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 11 feet. 

BIG TRAVERSE BAY, MICH. (See 
Mohawk, Mich.) 

BLIND RIVER, ONT. 

Eddy Brothers & Co., Ltd. — 

Storage capacity 400 tons. 

Depth of water 12 feet 6 inches. 

Supt. J. R. Stover. 

Government Dock — 
W. H. McGauley operator. 
Unload with wheel barrows. 
Capacity per 10 hours 150 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Maximum length boat 400 feet. 

BRUCE MINES, ONT. 

Martin International Trap Rock 
Co. — 

Storage capacity 75,000 tons. 

2 Belt conveyors, 80 feet apart. 

Capacity per 10 hours, both con- 
veyors, will be about 20,000 tons. 

Height of spout from water 45 
feet. 

Height of dock from water 15 feet. 

Length of spout 15 feet. 

Length of dock 180 feet. 

Depth of water at the dock 21 
feet. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Restof MInInq Co. (Salt Shippers) — 

Scranton. Pa. 

Salt loaded over Erie Trestle. 
Sterling Salt Co. — 

29 Broadway, N. Y. City. 



Loaded at W. J. Connors Dock 

Ohio Basin. 
Depth of water at dock 13 feet. 
Capacity per day 300 tons. 

D. L. & W.— 

Coal trestle. 

Supt. G. W. Burke. 

Erie R. R. — 
Coal trestle. 

Lehigh Valley — 
Coal trestle, maximum beam of 
boat 54 feet, length 525. 

P. & R. Coal & Iron Co. — 
Coal trestle. Buffalo, N. Y. 

STEEL RAIL LOADING DOCKS 

Lehigh Valley Dock — 

Capacity per 24 hours 1,500 tons. 
Can load any length boat. 
Maximum beam of boat 52 feet. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

Lackawanna Steel Co. — 

Capacity per 24 hours 3,300 tons. 
Can load any length boat. 

BYNG INLET, ONT. 

Canadian Pacific Railway — 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 

CALCITE, PRESOUE ISLE CO., 

MICH. 

Michigan Lime Stone & Chemical 
Co. — 

48 inch conveyor belt used for 

loading. 
Storage capacity 30,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 

CHARLEVOIX, MICH.- 

Charlevoix Coal & Wood Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 11 feet. 
Length of boat can reach dock 200 

feet. 
Supt. L. S. See. 

CHEBOYGAN, MICH. 

Mpckin^c Straits Coal &. Dock Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 



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Cheboygan Gas Co. — 

Capacity per day 140 tons. 
Depth of water 9 feet. 
Supt. P. B. Spencer. 

McArthurs Dock (M. D. Olds, 
Prop.) — 

Capacity per day 500 tons. 
Depth of water 16 feet. 
Maximum leng-th of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. R. E. Matt. 

CHICAGO, ILL. (North Branch) 
(See South Chicago also.) 

Consumers Co. (Consumers Bldg.)^ 
Webster Ave. Bridge. 
North Branch. 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Can handle 350 foot boat. 
Supt. John Arndt, Jr. 

Dreske & Hinners — 
Blston Ave. 

Capacity per hour 60 tons. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 

Eureka Coal and Dock Co. (1509 
Cortland St.) — 
Cortland St. Bridge. 
Capacity 250 tons per hour. 
Depth of water 22 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. W. C. Krueger. 

Hedstrom & Co., E. L. (North 
Ave.) — 
Capacity per day 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet 6 inches. 
Maximum length of boat 465 feet. 
Maximum beam of boat 54 feet. 
Supt. Wm. Rhodes. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. — 

Capacity per day 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 408 feet., 
Supt. A. Wallace. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. — 
Chicago Ave. Dock. 
Capacity per day 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. A. Wallace. 

Llll-Roblnson Coal Co. — 
Chester St. Dock. 



Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

2,400 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hotirs hard coal 

3,000 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 325 feet. 
Supt. W. W. JAW. 
Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron 

Co. — 
N. Halsted St. Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. ^ 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Fuel Dock)— 
North Pier Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt.^ A. J. Hitchcock. 

Rlcha'-dson Coal Co., O. S. — 

North Branch, "Elston Avenue 

Dock." 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Maximum lengrth of boat 5S0 feet. 

Scbeunemann & Co., O. F. — 
Division St. 
Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 

Schenck Co., S. C. (D. L. & W.) — 

Division St. — Goose Island. 
Capacity per ten hours 2,500 tons. 
Depth of water 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. J. C. Karman. 

SOUTH BRANCH. (Chicago River) 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron 
Co. — 

Canal and T^umber Sts. 

Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 
Schenck Co., S. C. (D. L. & W.)— 

35th St. Dock. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 

Depth of water 18 feet 6 inches. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Maximum beam of boat 52 feet. 

Supt. Hugh P. Moran. 

CHICOUTIMI, QUEBEC 

Price Brothers & Co., Ltd. — 
Saguenay River. 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Deptli of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 
Supt. J. McD. Grosart. 



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CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Cuddy- Mul- 
len)— 
McMyler Car Dump, 1st Machine. 
Supt. A. A. Wedow. 

Ellsworth & Co., J. W.— 

McMyler Car Dump, 2d Machine. 
Supt. P. Gallagher. 

East Pier Dock Co. — 

t^apacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. P. Gallagrher. 

Pennsylvania — 
McMyler Car Dump, 3d Machine. 
Supt. P. Gallagher. 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Irlshtown) — 
Wellman-Seaver Car Dump 

(Above Viaduct). 
Supt. Mike McCarthy. 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. (West Side Fuel 
Dock) — 
Supt. W. P. Bennett. 

W. & L. E.— 

McMyler Car Dump (Above Erie 
R. R. Bridge). 

COLLINGWOOD, ONT. 

Collingwood Packing Co. — 

West Side of the Harbor. 
Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 foet. 
T^ength of boat can reach dock 400 

feet. 
Supt. John Bannan. 

Collinqwood Ship Building Co., 
Ltd.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

Northern Navigation Co. — 

One Steam Hoist. 
Capacity 400 tons. 

COURTRIGHT, ONT. 

Western Salt Co., Ltd.^ 

One-half mile below Courtright. 
Capacity per 10 hours 4r>0 tons. 
I^epth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. W. A. Leach. 



DE PERE, WIS. 

American Writing Paper Co. — 

Depth of water 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. J. S. Gittins. 

De Pere Co-Operative Coal Co. — 

Capacity per day 500 tons. 
Depth of water 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 
Supt. H. Barlament. 

Wells Co., A. G. — 

Capacity per day hard coal 900 

tons. 
Capacity per day soft coal 500 tons. 
Depth of water 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Foreman, W. S. Altmayer. 

DEPOT HARBOR, ONT. 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,300 tons. 
Depth of water 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
A. J. Brett, Agent. 

DETOUR, MICH. 

Detour Dock Co. — 

Pickands-Mather & Co., Cleve- 
land. Ohio, 
Capacity per 10 hours 2.500 tons. 
16 pockets, capacity 2.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 23 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Fuel dock exclusively. 
W. H. Lewis, Agent. 

Watson, T. H.— 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Fueling dock also. 

DESERONTO, ONT. 

Canada Cement Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Elmor French. 

Rathbun Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Supt. H. B. Sherwood, Napanee, 
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DETROIT, MICH. 

United Fuel & Supply Co. (Formerly 
Stanley B. Smith & Co.) — 

12 Overhead pockets, 600 tons ca- 
pacity. 

Fueling capacity 300 tons per hour. 

Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 

Mgr. J. M. McKerchey. 

Fueling station. 

Water Works- 
Depth of water 13 feet. 
Capacity per day 350 tons. 

DOLLAR BAY, .MICH. 

Lake Superior Smelting Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. H. D. Conant. 

Tamarack Mining Co. (Union 
Dock) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water 19 feet 6 inches. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Hugh Moore. 

Tamarack Osceola Copper M.fg. Co. 
(Wire Mill Dock)— 
Capacity' per 10 hours 450 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. F. W. Foley. 

DULUTH, MINN. 

Berwind Fuel Co. (Dock No. 2) — 
West Duluth Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 10,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. W. K. Link. 

Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet 6 inches. 
Can handle boat:s of any length. 
Supt. James Patten. 

Carnegie Fuel Co., Dock No. 2 (Bitu- 
minous) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
Can handle any size boat. 
r>epth of water about 20 feet. 
Supt. W. W. Spring. 



Carnegie Fuel Co., Dock No. 2 (An- 
thracite)^ 

Capacity por 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
Depth of water about 22 feot. 
Supt. W. W. Spring. 

Ciarkson Coal & Dock Co. — 

Rices Point, between Capital & 
Consolidated Elevators, 

Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

Can handle any size boat. 

Supt. George H. Reese. 
Cutler & Co., D. G. (Stone Dock) — 

Located in Slip No. 5. 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,400 tons. 

Depth of water 17 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Supt. D. RidgeweU. 
Duluth, Missabe & Northern Ry. 

Co.— 
* Capacity per 10 hours 12,000 tons. 

Depth of water 22 feet. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. C. H. Fugle. 
Island Creek Coal Dock Co., Dock 
No. 1— 

St. Douis River, West Duluth. 

Capacity per 10 hours 6.000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 24 feet. 

Supt. A. W. Fluegel. 
North Western Fuel Co. — 

Foot of' 5th Ave. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 

Depth of water 18 feet. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. A. C. Jones. 
North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 
6 (Pgh. No. D— 

Capacity per 10 hours 10 rigs 
5.000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 19 feot. 

Maximum lenerth of boat 600 feet. 

Supt. A. C. Jones. 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Dock No. 7) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 8,000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 600 feot. 

Supt. Chas. Gallagher. 
Zenith Furnace Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 5.000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. F. C. Harris. 



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EMPIRE, MICH. 

J. Wilcox Co. (Empire Lumber 
Co.)— 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. E. R. Dailey. 

ERIE, PA. 

Y. & O. Coal Co. — 

McMyler Car Dump. 

Hammermlll Paper Co. — 

Capacity per day 800 cords. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. E. Held. 

ESCANABA, MICH. 

Central Coal Co. (C. M. & St. P.) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. ' 
Supt. J. Earling. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. (C. & N. W.)— 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Thomas Sherlock. 

FAIRPORT, OHIO 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. — 
McMyler Car Dump. 
Supt. A. G. Miltner. 

FORESTVILLE, MICH. 

N. C. Potts- 
No unloading equipment. 
Depth of water at dock 11 feet. 

FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 6,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. O. Peterson. 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Supt. O. Peterson. 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. (Island 
Dock) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 8,500 tons. 



Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. O. Peterson. 

Fort William Coal Dock Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. C. B. Neinaber. 

Murphy, James — 
Kaministiquia River. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle any size boat. 

Steel Rail Unloading Docks — 
Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. 
Canadian Northern Railway. 

GARY, IND. 

Indiana Steel Co. (Rail Loading 
Dock) — 

Capacity 2,400 tons in 48 hours. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

GLADSTONE, MICH. 
Pittsburgh Coal Co. — 
Cnpacity per 10 hours 3.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Peter Peterson. 

GOAT ISLAND, ONT. 

Alqoma Eastern Terminals — 

North, side of Little Current Chan- 
nel. . 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
Supt. G. A. Montgomery, Soo, Ont. 

GODeRICH, ONT. 

Electric Light Plant- 
Capacity pi^r day 225 tons. 

Goderlch Elevator & Transit Co. — 

Capacity p^r day 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock IS feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. G. L/. Parsons. 

Holmes, F. Barlowe — 
Capacity v«r day 250 tons. 



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Western Canada Flour Mill Co., 

Ltd.— 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Capacity 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet 6 

inches. 
Length of boat can reach dock 300 

feet. 
Supt. J. W. Fraser. 

GORE BAY, MANITOULIN IS- 
LAND, ONT. 

Purvis Brothers — 

GRAND MARAIS, IMICH. 
Booth Fisheries Co. — 

GREEN BAY, WIS. 

Central Coal Co. (C. M. & St. P.) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet and 

6 inches. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Henry Stange. 

Flatley Brothers Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 

Barkhausen Coal & Dock Co. (South 
Dock)— 

Capacity per day 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet and 

6 inches. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. H. L. Fiedler. 

Barkhausen Coal & Dock Co. (North 

Dock) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet and 

6 inches. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. Joe Bcot. 

Hurlbut Co., F. — 
Capacity per day 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water nt dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 650 feet. 
Supt. A. Francis. 

Reiss Coal Co., C— 

Capacity per 10 hours 4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet 6 

inches. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. W. B. Gueinzius. 



GROSSE POINT, IMICH. 
P. O. Address, Point Mills, Mich. 
Arcadian i^ining Co. — 

Capacity per day 300 tons. 

Asphalt Block Pavement Co. (Sand 
Dock)— 

Loading capacity 3,000 tons per 10 

hours. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Supt. Henry F. Key, Hancock, 

Mich. 

Centennial i^inlng Co. — 
Capacity per day 600 tons. 

Franklin l^ining Co. — 
Capacity per day 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. E. S. Warne. 

Lake Milling, Smelting & Refining 
Co. — 

Capacity per day 650 tons. 

HANCOCK, IVIICH. 

Citv Dock (Water Works)— 
Capacity per day 500 tons. 
I^epth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Supt. Richard Grangnier. 

Hodge Iron Co. — 
Capacity per day 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. L. M. Cleaves. 

Houghton County Gas Co. — 
Coal is unloaded over the dock of 
the Portage Coal & Dock Co. 

Houghton County Traction Co. — 

Capacity per day 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Supt. John Ralph, Jr. 

People's Fuel Co.— 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

1,200 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 800 

tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 310 feet. 
Supt. Richard Vincent. 
Portage Coal & Dock Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 2.500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 to 22 

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KELLEY ISLAND, OHIO 

Keliey island Lime & Transport 
Co. — 

Depth of water inner end 16 feet. 
Depth of water at outer end 21 
feet. • 

Keliey Island Lime & Transport 
Co. — 

North Side Dock. 
Can load 1,200 tons per day. 
Depth of water at dock 13 feet 6 
inches. 

Keliey Island Lime & Transport 
Co. — 

South Side Dock. 
Can load 1,200 tons per day. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet 6 
inches. 

KENOSHA, WIS. 

Allen's Sons Co., N. R. — 

Storage capacity 7,500 tons. 

Baldwin Coal Co., Geo. S.-— 

Capacity per day hard coal 800 

tons. 
Capacity per day soft coal 700 

tons. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Depth of water 17 feet. 

O'Donnell Coal Co., John — 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

650 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 to 18 

feet. 
Maximum length of .boat 500 feet. 

North Shore Fuel & Supply Co. — 

Capacity per day 700 tons. 

KEWAUNEE, WIS. 

Kewaunee Grain Co. — 
Capacity per day 300 tons. 
Storage capacity 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Can handle boats of any lengtli. 
Supt. G. A. Duvall. 

KEWEENAW BAY, BARAGA 
COUNTY, MICH. 

Mass Consolidated Mining Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 



Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. E. F. Douglass. 

KEY HARBOUR, ONT. 

Canadian Northern Ontario Railway 
Docl< — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
D. Crombie, Supt. Trans., Toronto. 
O. Ruby, Lake Fon\'^arding Agent, 
Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

KINGSTON, ONT. 

James Swift & Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Length of boat can reach dock 400 

feet. 
Supt. F. Conway. 

Canadian Locomotive Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 550 feet. 

Soward's Coal Co. & Crawfords 
Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. J. F. Soward. 

Water Works Dept. — 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Mgr. C. C. Folger. 

KINCARDINE, ONT. 

Kincardine Electric Light & Gas 
Dept. — 

Capacity per day 375 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 to 17 

feet. 
Supt. J. R. McLInden. 

Ontario People's Salt & Soda Co., 
Ltd.— 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length boat 200 feet. 
John Talmie, Secy. 

Hunter Dredge & Boiler Works — 
Unload with horses. 

KNIFE RIVER, MINN. 

Duluth & Northern Minnesota Ry. 
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Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 



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Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. Thomas Duffy. 
Portage Lake Foundry & Machine 
Co. — 

Capacity per day 300 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 

Supt. T^. M. Cleaves. 
Mineral Range Railroad Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Supt. T. W. Smith, Calumet, Mich. 

Quincy Smelting Co. — * 
Capacity per day 600 tons. 

HARBOR BEACH, MICH. 

The Mehlethaler Co., Ltd.— 

Capacity per day 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 13 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. A. M.-Jenks. 

HOUGHTON, MICH. 

Atlantic Mining Co.— 
Supt. Theo. Dengler. 

Carroll Foundry Co. — 

Copper Range Railroad Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 3.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 700 feet- 
Supt. A. E. Ehlers. 

Croze, Joe — 

Capacity per day 250 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Maximum length boat can handle 
300 feet. 

Houghton County Electric Light 

Co. — 

Total capacity per 10 hours 500 

tons. • 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. Otto Snyder. 

Houghton County Traction Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of 400 foot 

length. 
Supt. John Ralph, Jr. 



Isle Royal Copper Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat can han- 
dle 37(; feet. 
Supt. J G. Glanville. 

Northey Coal Dock — 
Capacity per day 250 tons. 

Van Orden Co., M. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can unload any size boat. 
Supt. Louis Reidy. 

HUBBELL, MICH. 

Calumet & Hecia Smelting Works — 

Capacity per day 3,500 tons. 
Depth of water 22 feet. 
Can unload any size boat. 

Ethier, Joseph — 

Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

600 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

400 tons. 
Depth of water 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 275 feet. 
Supt. J. J. Ethier. 

Osceola Mining Co. — 
C. L. Lawton, Gen. Mgr., Han- 
cock. 

Quincy Mill — 
Capacity per day 2,500 tons. 

HURON, OHIO 

W. & L. E.— 

Car Dump No. 1 (East Side). 

W. & L. E.— - 

Car Diim'p No. 2 (West Side). 
Supt. T. R. Gillmore. 

INDIANA HARBOR, IND. 

Inland Steel Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. John W. Lees. 

JACKFISH, ONT. 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 



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KELLEY ISLAND. OHIO 

Kelley Island Lime & Transport 
Co. — 

Depth of water inner end 16 feet. 
Depth of water at outer end 21 
feet. • 

Kelley Island Lime & ^Transport 
Co. — 

North Side Dock. 
Can load 1,200 tons per day. 
Depth of water at dock 13 feet 6 
inches. 

Kelley Island Lime & Transport 
Co.^ 
South Side Dock. 
Can load 1,200 tons per day. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet 6 
inches. 

KENOSHA, WIS. 

Allen's Sons Co., N. R. — 
Storage capacity 7,500 tons. 

Baldwin Coal Co., Geo. S. — 

Capacity per day hard coal 800 

tons. 
Capacity per day soft coal 700 

tons. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Depth of water 17 feet. 

O'Donneil Coal Co., John — 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

650 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 to 18 

feet. 
Maximum length of .boat 500 feet. 

North Shore Fuel & Supply Co. — 

Capacity per day 700 tons. 

KEWAUNEE, WIS. 

Kewaunee Grain Co. — 
Capacity per day 300 tons. 
Storage capacity 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. G. A. Duvall. 

KEWEENAW BAY, BARAGA 
COUNTY, MICH. 

Mass Consolidated Mining Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 



Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. E. F. Douglass. 

KEY HARBOUR, ONT. 

Canadian Northern Ontario Railway 
Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
D. Crombie, Supt. Trans., Toronto. 
O. Ruby, Lake Forw^arding Agent, 
Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

KINGSTON, ONT. 

James Swift & Co.— - 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Length of boat can reach dock 400 

feet. 
Supt. F. Conway. 

Canadian Locomotive Co., Ltd. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 550 feet. 

Soward's Coal Co. & Crawfords 
Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. J. F. Soward. 

Water Works Dept. — 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Mgr. C. C. Folger. 

KINCARDINE, ONT. 

Kincardine Electric Light & Gas 
Dept. — 

Capacity per day 375 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 to 17 

feet. 
Supt. J. R. McLinden. 

Ontario People's Salt & Soda Co., 
Ltd.— 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length boat 200 feet. 
John Talmie, Secy. 

Hunter Dredge & Boiler Works — 

Unload with horses. 

KNIFE RIVER, MINN. 

Duluth & Northern Minnesota Ry. 
Co.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 



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Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Supt. Georgre Ward. 

LAKE LINDEN, MICH. 

Lake Linden Fuel & Supply Co. — 
Capacity per day 400 tons. 

LEVIS, QUEBEC 

Canadian Import Co. (Foundry 
Wharf)— 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. R. J. Hardinff. 

LIME ISLAND, MICH. 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Fueling Sta- 
tion)— 

Unloading capacity per 10 hours 
1,800 tons. 

Two coaling" pockets, capacity 375 
tons each, with 4 spouts each. 

Height of spouts from water 47 
feet. 

Length of dock 800 feet. 

Depth of water at dock 24 feet. 

LITTLE CURRENT, ONT. 

Boon Wrecking &, Dredging Co. — 
Capacity per day 225 -tons. 

Sims, T. C. — 
Capacity per day 175 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 

LORAIN, OHIO 

Baltimore & Ohio Ry. Co. — 
2 McMyler Car Dumps. 
No. 1 machine below the bridge. 
No. 2 machine above N. Y. C. and 

St. T^ouis Ry. Bridge. 
Supt. C. E. Pierce. 

LUDINGTON, MICH. 

Anchor Salt Co. — 
Capacity per day 600 tons. 
Depth of water 17 feet 6 inches. 
Maximum length of boat can han- 
dle 315 feet. 
Supt. E. C. Hardy. 

Cartler Sons Co., A. E.— 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
Supt. M. J. McBane. 



Stearns Salt & Lumber Co. (Salt 
Dock) — 
Loading capacity 1,000 bbls. per 

hours or 75 tons per hour. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 

MACKINAC ISLAND, MICH. 

Arnold, George T. — 

Capacity per day 500 tons. 
Depth of water 14 feet. 
Supt. George Dapene. 

MANISTEE, MICH. 

Duncan, J. W. — 

Capacity per day 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 
American Hide & Leather Co. — 

Coal handled by J. W. Duncan. 
Buckley & Douglass Lumber Co. 

(Salt Dock)— 
Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 
Depth of water 15 to 16 feet. . 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
Supt. B. C. Schooley. 
R. G. Peters Salt & Lumber Co. 

(Salt Dock)— 
Loading capacity 1,500 tons per 

day. 
Denth of water at dock 15 to 10 

feet. 
Supt. Chas. Grotemal. 

MANISTIQUE, MICH. 

Chicago Lumbering Co. — 
Capacity per day 200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. F. Garrett. 

MANITOWOC, WIS. 

Goodrich Transportation Co. — 

Capacity per day 700 tons. 
Johnson Co., J. G.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 850 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Supt. Henry Bently. 
Manitowoc Land & Fuel Co. — 

Capacity per day hard coal 1,500 
tons. 

Capacity per day soft coal 900 
tons. 

Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 



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Reiss Coal Co., C. (C. & N. W. 
Dock)— 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

Refss Coal Co., C. (Soo Dock)-— 
Dock being- rebuilt. 

MARINE CITY, MICH. 

Blood & Hart — 
One Steam Hoist. 
Capacity per day 100 tons. 

Cottrell, R. A. — 

Capacity per day 200 tons. 
Depth of water 25 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 580 feet. 
Fueling dock. 

Davidson & Wansey — 
Capacity per day 150 tons. 

Marine City Water Works — 

Capacity per day 100 tons. 
Depth of water 11 feet 6 inches. 

Michigan Salt Works- 
Capacity per day 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. S. C. McLouth. 

MARINETTE, WIS. 

Norton Coal Co., Ed.— 

Capacity per day 300 tons. 

Marinette Fuel & Dock Co. — 

Capacity per day 500 tons. 
Depth of water 15 feet. 
Can handle 500 foot boat. 
Supt. C. P. Nevins. 

MARQUETTE, MICH. 

PIckands & Co., Ltd., James — 

Capacity per day 3.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Gen. Mgr. J. IT. Hicok. 

Spear & Sons, F. B. — 

Capacity per day hard coal 1,800 

tons. 
Capacity per day soft coal 1,500 

tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

MEAFORD, ONT. 
Georgian Bay Milling & Power Co.— 



Capacity per day 350 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can unload boats of any length. 
Supt. W. T. Moore. 

MENOMINEE, MICH. 

Central West Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Supt. . A. C. Stephenson. 

Lyon Brothers^ 

Capacity per day 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. C. O. Lyon. 

Menominee River Sugar Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
George McCormick, Mgr. 

Nowack, T. C. — 
Capacity per day 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 140 feet. 

Ramsey & Jones — 
Capacity per day 200 tons. 

MICHIPICOTEN HARBOUR, ONT. 

Commercial Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. A. J. Donegan. 

MIDLAND, ONT. 

Canada Iron Corporation, Ltd. — 
Capacity per day 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet 6 

inches. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Geo. Drydale Drummond. 

Midland Coal Dock Co., Ltd. (Canada 

Steamship Lines) — 
Capacity per 22 hours 2,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
O. Ruby, T^ake Forwarding Agent, 

Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 
Supt. D. S. Pratt. 



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MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Callaway Fuel Co. — 

Cherry St. Bridge. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1.200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Supt. Mike Albert. 

Central Coal Co. — 

North Menominee River. 

25th Street Dock. 

Capacity per 10 hours 6,000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 

Maximum lensrth of boat G.IO feft. 

Supt. E. J. Barthel. 

Cleveland-Western Coal Co. (Y. & 
O.)— 

West Menominee River. 

2r>th Street Dock. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2.500 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 600 fe^t. 

Daisy Mill Co. (Hecker Cereal Co.) — 

Kinnickinnic River, 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Gallun &. Sons, A. F. (Tannery) — 
Milwaukee River. 
Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Gross Coal Co. — 

North Menominee River. 

First Avenue Dock. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 ton.s. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet 

Maximum length of boat 470 feet. 

Supt. R. Botsch. 

Kanawha Fuel Co. — 
Pabst Slip. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2 HOO tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 380 feet. 

Knnawha Fuel Co. — 
North Menominee River. 
Muskego Avenue. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1.500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 650 feot. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. — 

South Menominee River. 

Canal Street I>ock. 

Capacity per 10 hours ."J.OOO tons. 



Depth of water at dock 19 feet G 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 434 feet. 
Supt. C. O. Hansen. 

Milwaukee Coke &. Gas Co. — 
Kinnickinnic River. 
Greenfield Avenue. 
Capacity per 10 hours 6,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 625 feet. 
Supt. J. W. Shaeffer. 

Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. — 
Milwaukee River. 
Cherry Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

4,500 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

2.500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 450 feet. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 

Milwaukee -Western Fuel Co. — 
Milwaukee River. 
Commerce Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 450 feet. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 

Milwaukee -Western Fuel Co. — 
Kinnickinnic River. 
Washington Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 5.000 tons. 
Depth of water at docl^ 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 

Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. — 

Kinnickinnic River. 
Kinnickinnic Avenue Dook. 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

4.500 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 

Milwaukee -Western Fuel Co. — 
Kinnickinnic River. 
Greenfield Avenue Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle any lengtli boat. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 



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Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. — 
Anthracite Dock. 
North Menominee River. 
Sixteenth Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours h ird coal 

5,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. W. P. Ardern. 

Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. — 
North Menominee River. 
Sixteenth Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 8,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. W. F. Ardern. 

Milwaukee- Western Fuel Co. — 
North Menominee River. 
Canal Street Dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours hard coal 

4,000 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

3.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. W. F. Ardern. 

Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. — 
South Menominee River. 
Pabst Slip. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

1,.^>00 tons. 
.Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 380 feet. 
Supt. W. F. Ardern. 

National Knitting Co. — 

Kinnickinnic River. 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. E. L. Sargent. 

North Side Coal Co. — 
Milwaukee River. 
Commerce Street. 
Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron 
Co. — 

North Menominee River. 
West 16th Street Viaduct. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 



Capacity per 10 hours slick coal 

1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 460 feet. 
Supt. John T. Berns. 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co. — 

Independent Dock. 

Kinnickinnic River. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons 

soft coal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons 

hard coal. 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co.— • 
Whitnall Dock. 
North Menominee River. 
Capacity per hour 300 tons. 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co. — 

North Menominee River. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons 

hard coal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons 

soft coal. 
• Capacity per hour 250 tons. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

Schlitz Brewing Co., Joseph — 
Milwaukee River. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2.500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 505 feet. 
Supt. U. B. Uihlein. 

St. Paul & Western Coal Co.— 

North Menominee Canal. 

Canal Street Dock. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2 000 tons. 

Depth of water at dock IS feet. 

Can handle anv length boat. 

Supt. IT. M. White. 

Wisconsin Coal & Dock Co. — 

South Menominee Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock IS feet. 
Maximum length of boat 450 te^t. 
Supt. J. C. Booth. 

Youghlbgheny & Ohio Coal Co. — 
South Menominee River (Wagner 
Slip). 

Capacity per 10 hours 4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of ooat 430 feet. 
Supt. B. J. Boyle. 



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MOHAWK, MICH. 

Mohawk Mining Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
Supt. Andro Picotte. 
Wolverine Copper Co. — 
Coal unloaded over the dock of 
the Mohawk Mining Co. 

MONTREAL, CAN. 

American Locomotive Co. — 
I^ongue Point. 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Supt. H. L. Breckenridge. 

Canada Cement Co., Ltd.j Plant No. 
1— 
Pointe-aux-Trembles. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. F. B. Kilbourn. 

Canada Cement Co., Ltd.— 
Montreal Harbor. 
Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 25 to 30 

feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. F. B. Kilbourn. 

Canadian Import Co. — 

Near entrance of Lachine Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Supt. W. Q. Stobo. 

Canada Sugar Refining Co.-— 
Wellington Basin, Lachine Canal. 
Capacity each set, per 10 hours, 

600 tons. 
Depth of water boats can draw 

arriving at dock 14 feet 6 in. 
Maximum length of boat that can 

reach dock 250 feet. 
Supt. Mr. Bowers. 
Canadian Tube & Iron Co. — 
Ivocated in Lachine Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 256 feet. 
Supt. M. Mosley. 
Dominion Coal Co., Ltd. — 
Hochelago, Windmill Point. 
Capacity each set per hour 1,700 

tons. 



Depth of water at dock 26 feet. 
Supt. A. MacKenzie. 

Empire Coal Co., Ltd. (Old Inter- 
colonial Dock) — 
Windmill Point. 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. Thomas Martin. 

Hall Coal Co., Ltd., George — 
Lachine Canal. 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 275 feet. 
Supt. John Haskins. 

Montreal LIglit, Heat & Power Co. — 
Lasalle Gas Works (Lachine 

Canal). 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 256 feet. 
Supt. Sam Skinner. 

Montreal LIglit, Heat & Power Co. — 
Hochelaga Montreal Harbor. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 33 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 550 feet. 
Supt. Sam Skinner. 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., Ltd.— 
Bickerdike Pier, Windmill Point. 
Capacity per 10 hours 2,600 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 28 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 650 feet. 

Ogdensburg Coal & Towing Co. — 
No. 1 Basin, lachine Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1.200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feot. 
Maximum length of boat 260 feet. 

Ogdensburg Coal & Towing Co. — 
Str. Henry, Lachine Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 260 feet. 



Robertson, Farguh. 
No. 3 Basin, I^achine Canal. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. Duncan Robertson. 



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Routh & Son, F. A. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 

The Steel Company of Canada — 

Located on the Lachine Canal. 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet 6 
inches. 

Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 

Supt. H. M. Jaquayis. 
The Steel Company of Canada — 

l/ocated on the Lachine Canal. 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet 6 
inches. 

Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 

Supt. H. M. Jaquays. 

MUNISING, MICH. 

Cleveland -Cliffs iron Co. — 
Steamer to do the hoisting. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Can handle any size boat. 

Munislng Leather Co. — 

East side of the Bay. 
Depth of water at dock 12 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 110 feet. 
Supt. John Allen. 

MUSKEGON, MICH. 

Bauknecht Brothers — 
Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Can handle boats of any size. 
Supt. Paddy Maher. 

Magoon & Kimball Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 225 feet. 
Supt. George A. McKay. 

OWEN SOUND, ONT. 

Electric Light Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle any size boat. 
Supt. Joseph McLinden. 

Canada* Cement Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. D. M. Butchard. 



Creighton, A. J. (Government A Sun 
Cement Dock) — 
T'nload with Horses. 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 ton«. 
Depth of water 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 450 fe**t. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co.— 

One McMyler with Clam. 

Capacity per day 400 tons. 
Davis-Smlth-Malone Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per hoist 100 ton* per 
day. 

Depth of water at dock IS feet. 

Can handle boats of any length, 

J. M. Davis, Pres. ft Mgr. 

Imperial Cement Co., Ltd. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 450 tons. 
Maximum length of boat 300 ff^f^i- 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet- 

McLauchlan Supply Co., Ltd., J. 

K.— 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 1« f#*et. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feftt- 

Doric Portland Cement Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hotirs «00 tons. 
Depth of water at dpck 20 ff^et. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. M. Smith. 

PARRY SOUND, ONT. 

Beatty Co., Ltd., WIIHan*— 

Capacity per 10 hours 22.=> tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Qalna A Danter— 
Capacity per 10 hours loO icfui^. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 

PENETANGUISHENE, ONT. 

Brelthaupt Leather Co. — 

T^nload with Honses. 
Capacity per day 150 tons. 

PICTON, ONT. 

Hepburn Brothers— 
Saginaw Steam Winch. 

POINT EDWARD, ONT. 

Northern Navigation Co., Ltd.^ — 

Capacity per 10 hours r»00 toT»s. 
Depth of water at dock 20 fe^t. 
Supt. W. J. McCormack. 



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American Malting Go. 
Ashtabula & Buffalo Dock 

Buffalo t)rv Dock Co. 

Buffalo Fuel Co. 

Buffalo T.'nlon Furnace Co. 

Buffalo Warehouse & Distributing Co. 

Buffalo, Roche.'^ter & Pittsburgh Ore Dock. 

Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co, 

Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co. 

Conn«etlng Terminal Elevator (Ship 

Dakota Elevator (Blackwell Canal). 

Delaware. Lackawanna & Western Ry. Co. 

(Freight Shed). 

Detroit & Buffalo Transit Co. 

Electric Grain Elevator (Above Ohio St.). 

Erie Coal Dock. 

Brie Elevator (Ohio & Louisiana St.). 

Erie Railroad Co. (Freight Sheds). 

Brie Rallrtjad Co. (Freight Sheds). 

Ji)rie Railroad Co. (Freight Sheds), 

Erie & WeBtem Transit Co. (Freight 

Sheda). 

Brie & Western Transit Go. (Freight 

israna ■ Elevator (Evans Slip). 



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New York Central 

(Freight Sheds). 
New York Central 

(Freight Sheds). 
New York Central 

(Freight Sheds). 
Pacific Despatch (Freight 
Pennsylvania Ore Dock. 
Philadelphia <& Reading 
Pickands-Mather & Co. 
Pillsbury-Washburn Co. 
Perots Sons Malting Co. 
Punxsutawney Iron Co. 
Rogers -Brown Iron Co. 
Salmon & Co., Hamilton H. 
Seaboard Elevator (Opposite Main St.). 
Susquehanna Iron CJo. 
Termlnnl Elevator (Ship Canal). 
TTnion Elevator. 
Union Dock & Warehouse. 
Union Dock & Warehouse. 
A\^a.«5hburn-C^oRhy Co. (Ship Canal), 
West Shore Ore Dock, 
Western Tranrit Co. (Freight Shed). 
T^''v>opier Elevator. 
Williams & Co.. Frank. 

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PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 
Atikoken Iron Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 

Canadian Northern Coal & Ore Dock 
Co., Ltd.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 7,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can unload boats of any size. 
Supt. M. O'Leary. 
O. Ruby, Lake Forwarding Agent, 
Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 
Steel Rail Unloading Docks- 
Canadian Northern Railway. 

PORT COLBORNE, ONT. 

Port Colborne Dock & Coal Co., 
Ltd.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. T. liCwis. 

PORT DALHOUSIE, ONT. 

Hutchinson Estate (Fueling Dock) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 
Supt. Edw. Quaekenbush. 

PORT HURON, MICH. 
Kern Brewing Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 350 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 13 feet 6 
inches. 

McCollom & Co., 1. E. — 

Capacity per 9 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 to 15 

feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 

Michigan Sulphite Fibre Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 650 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 225 feet. 
Supt. E. W. Kiefer. 

Miller & Son, J. E. — 

Capacity per' 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle any size boats. 
Fueling dock 
Supt. J. E. Fellows. 

Port Huro/i Gas & Electric Light 
Co. (Electric Plant) — 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 



Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 

Can handle boats of 300 feet 
length. 

Supt. J. C. Sloan. 
Port Huron Gas & Electric Co. (Gas 
Plant)— 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 

Depth 'of water at dock 13 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Supt. J. C. Sloan. 
Port Huron Salt Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 17 feet. 

Can handle boats of any length. 

Supt. Otto Huette. 
Port Huron & Duluth Steamship 
Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Port Huron & Sarnia Ferry Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 150 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Thompson Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 

PORT McNICOLL, ONT. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Coal 
Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. J. Little. 

PORT WASHINGTON, WIS. 

Milwaukee Northern Electric Ry. 
Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 360 feet. 
Supt. P. W. Walker. 
Port Washington Fuel Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 215 feet. 
Supt. W. C. Mitchell. 

QUEBEC, QUEBEC 

Canadian Import Co. — 
liOuise Dock, Tx)uise Basin. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons 

each tower. 
Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Supt. D. Burridge. 



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Dominion Coal Co., Ltd.— 

Louise Basin. 

Capacity 500 tons per hour. 
Depth of water at dock 28 feet. 
Maximum lengtii of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. William Lambton. 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 liours l.SOO tons. 

RACINE, VyiS. 

Baumann & Murphy — 

Capacity per 10 liours hard coal 

800 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 

600 tons. 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
Depth of water at dock 17 feet 6 

inches. 

Carroll Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 750 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 
Supt. Geo. T. Caystill. 

Pugh, W. H., Dock No. 1— 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

Pugh, W. H., Dock No. 2— 

Capacity per 10 hours 900 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 

Racine Fuel Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 

Racine Gas Light Co.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 
Depth of water, at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 350 feet. 
D. E. Callender, Mgr. 

SAGINAW, MICH. 

Saginaw Coal Co. — 

Consolidated Coal Co.. Operators. 
Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 10 to 12 

feet. 
Supt. W. E. Goodman. 

SARNIA, ONT. 

Clark Coal Co.— 

Capacity per 10 hours 100 tons. 



Garrock, John — 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Imperial Oil Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per day 400 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Northern Navigation Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock IS feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. W. J. McCormack. 

SANDUSKY, OHIO 

Lower Lake Dock Co. (Short Line) — 
2 Car Dumps. 
Supt. C. C. Hand. 

Baltimore & Ohio — 
Coal Trestle. 



SAULT 

Kemp Coal 
Dock) — 
Capacity 
Depth of 

Kemp Coal 
Capacity 

each. 
Depth of 
Maximum 
Can fuel 



STE. MARIE, MICH. 
Co., George (Hard Coal 

per 10 hours 1,000 tons, 
water at dock 15 feet. 

Co., George — 

per 10 hours 500 tons 

water at dock 22 feet, 
length of boat 400 feet, 
boats of any length. 



Perry, Frank — 

Capacity per 10 hours 600 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 24 feet. 
Can handle any size boat. 
Supt. Fred Smith. 

Port Royal Dock Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. J. C. Bamhisel. 

Port Royal Dock Co. (Algonquin)— 
Dock located above the Locks on 

the port side. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
J. C. Barnhisel, Mgr. 

Union Carbide Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet, 
SuPt, Joseph Scales, 



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SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT. 

Algoma Central Railway Dock — 
Capacity per 10 houfs 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. G. A. Montgomery. 

Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. J. A. MacColl. 

New Ontario Dock (C. S. S.-Llnes) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 2.000 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,500 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Malximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. W. F. Gilchriese. 
O. Ruby, Lake Forwarding Agent, 
Rockefeller Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

Sault Ste. Marie Coal & Wood Co., 
Ltd.— 

Capacity por 10 hours 800 tons. 
Deptli of water at dock outer end 

17 feet. 
I>epth of water at dock inner end 

15 feet. 
250 foot boats. 
G. G. Farwell, Pres, 

SAWYER, WIS. 

Lyon Brothers — 

Capacity per 10 hours 150 tons. 

SHEBOYGAN, WIS. 

Sheboygan Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at doclc 18 feet 6 

inches. . 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet 
Supt. T^ouis Anderson. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. (Dock No. 1) — 

Capacity per 10 hours 8.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

ReIss Coal Co., C. (Dock No. 3)— 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

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SOREL, QUEBEC 

Laveile, Alfred — 

Capacity per 15 hours 1,500 tons. 



SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL. 

By- Products Coke Corporation — 

112th Street. 

Capacity per 10 hours 10,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 565 feet. 
Supt. Wm. H. Allen, Jr. 

Hedstrom & Co., E. L., 95th St. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 525 feet. 
Supt. James Kinney. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co., 100th St.— 
Capacity per 10 hours small boats 

3,000 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours large boats 

4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 480 feet. 
Supt. A. Wallace. 

Philadelphia & Reading, 96th St. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 2 000 tons. 

Illinois Steel Co. (Rail Loading 
Dock) — 

North Slip Dock. 

Capacity 2,400 tons in 48 hours. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

Pittsburgh Coal Co. — 

South of So. Chicago Elevators. 

Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 

Depth of water at dock 22 feet. 

Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 

Supt. C. H. Wallace, 
lilinois Steel Co. (Rail tloading 
Dock) — 

South Slip Dock. 

Capacity 2,400 tons in 48 hours. 

Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 

ST. JAIVIES, MICH. (BEAVER 
ISLAND) 
James l^cCann — 

Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 

ST. CLAIR, IVIICH. 

Baby & Dale — 

l>epth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 200 feet. 
Diamond Crystal Salt Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 900 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. Fred W. Moore. 



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Port Huron Salt Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. L#. H. Meno. 

ST. IGNACE, MICH. 

Chambers Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 200 tons. 

City Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 

Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. 
Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 

STURGEON BAY, WIS. 

City Dock — 

Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 

Green Stone & Quarrying Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 
Maximum beam of boat 38 feet. 
Supt. A. O. Green. 

Leathem & Smith Towing & Wreck- 
ing Co. — 

Storage capacity 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 15 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 
Supt. T. H. Smith. 

Lyon Brothers- 
Capacity per 10 hours 200 tons. 

SUPERIOR, WIS. 

BerwInd Fuel Co. Dock No. 1 — 
Capacity per 10 hours 11,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. W. K. TJnk. 

Carnegie Fuel Co. No. 1 (Old G. 
N.)— 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 700 feet. 
Supt. B. McNamara. 

Great Lakes Coal & Dock Co. (P. & 
R.— 

Capacity per 10 hours soft coal 
2,500 tons. 



Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. M. I. Somershield. 
Hanna Dock Co., The M. A. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 6,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. A. E. Botsford. 

Island Creek Coal Dock Co., Dock 
No. 2— 

Capacity per 10 hours 2,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. A. W. Fluegel. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. — 
Tower Bay Slip. 
Capacity per 10 hours hard* coal 

5,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can handt^e boats of any length. 
Supt. Bmil Emmert. 

INflorton Salt Co. — 
Tower Bay Slip. 
Capacity per 10 hours 500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 to 15 
feet. 

Northern Coal & Dock Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 4.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Can handle boats o"? any length. 
Supt. J. M. Selleck. 

North Western Fuef Co., Dock No. 
1— 
East side of dock. 
Capacity per 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
West side of dock No. 1. 
Capacity per 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
West side of No. 1. 
Capacity per 10 hours 6,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Supt. B. A. Galleher. 

North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 
2— 
Capacity per 10 hours 10,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length, 
Supt. B. A. Galleher. 

North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 
3— 
Capacity per 10 hours 3,500 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. B. A. Galleher. 



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Philadeiphia & Reading Coal & Iron 
Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 5.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 fe^t. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. Prank McCrearj'. 

Pittsburgh Coal Co., Dock No. 5 — 
Capacity per 10 hours 5,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Cru handle boats of any length. 
Supt. W. B. Elliott. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. No. 3 (Pgh. No. 
3)— 
Capacity per 10 hours 4,500 tons. 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Cqn handle boats of any length. 
Supt. H. Beck. 

Reiss Coal Co., C. No. 4 (Pgh. No. 
4)— 
Capacity per 10 hours I.SOO tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. IT. Bock. 

St. Paul &. Western Coal Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 3.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock IS feet 6 

inche??. 
Can handle any length boat. 
Supt. Thomas O'Neill. 

Superior Manufacturing Co. (Tower 
Slip)— 

Capacity per 10 hours 1.000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock IS feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. II. E. Speakes. 

THESSALON, ONT. 

Alqoma Custom Smelting Co.— 
Capacity per 10 hours 300 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 16 feet. 

THREE RIVERS, QUE. 

Dominion Coal Co., Ltd. — 
(Capacity per 10 hours 4,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 40 feet. 
Supt. W. C. ITaynes. 

TOLEDO, OHIO 

Asphalt Block Pavement Co. (Sand 
Dock) — 

Capacity per 10 hours SOO tons. 



Depth of water at dock 25 feet. 
Can handle any size boat. 
Supt. George Hayatt. 

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western 
(Upper Dock) — 
Capacity per 10 hours SOO tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Can handle boats of any length. 
Supt. B. P. Beard. 

C. H. & D. Ry. Co. — 

One Car Dump. 

Supt. E. W. Hoffman. 

Hocking Valley — 
East side of river. 
2 Brown hoist car dumps. 
Supt. V. H. Palmer. 

Toledo Fuel Co. — 

Magnolia Street Dock. 

Depth of water at dock 19 feet. 

Toledo Fuel Co. — 
Ohio Central Slip. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet. 

T. & O. C. — 

One Car Dump. 
Supt. C. A. Hoyt. 

TORONTO, ONT. 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 450 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 250 feet. 

Conger Coal Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. H. E. Bond. 

Milnes Coal Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 350 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 20 feet. 
Supt. Arthur Purdue. 

Burnes & Co., P. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 

Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. Thomas Wright. 

Dickson &. Eddy — 

Capacity per 10 hours 700 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Supt. E. Dowden. 



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Standard Fuel Co., Ltd. — 

Church Street Wharf. 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 

Rogers & Co., Elias — 

Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 

TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. 

Hannah-Lay Co. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 
T>epth of water at dock 14 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 300 feet. 
Supt. H. Morrison. 

TWO HARBORS, MINN. 

Diiluth & iron Range Ry. Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 6,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 460 feet. 
Supt. Fred W. Thias. 

Duluth & Iron Range Ry. Co. — 

Can load 2TiO cords of pulp per 

day. 
Supt. J. H.* Spurbeck. 

TWO RIVERS, WIS. 

ReIss Coal Co., C — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1.000 tons. 
Depth of water 16*4 feot. 
Length of boat 400 feet. 
Supt. John Schultz. 

John Gesell — 

Capacity per 10 hours 250 tons. 



WASHBURN, WIS. 

Northwestern Fuel Co.— 

Cai»acity per 10 hours 4,000 



ton^. 



Depth of water at dock 21 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 525 feet. 
Supt. J. W. Gibson. 

WAUKEGAN, ILL. 

Waukegan Fuel Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 900 tons. 
I>epth of water at dock 18 feet. 
Maximum length of boat 380 feet. 

ReIss Coal Co., C. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 1,250 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. Thomas Parmer. 

ReIss Coal Co., C. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,800 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 18 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 500 feet. 
Supt. Thomas Farmer. 

WEST FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Canadian Northern Railway Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 1,000 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 19 feet 6 

inches. 
Maximum length of boat 600 feet. 
Supt. M. O'Leary. 

WIARTON, ONT. 

Crown Cement Co., Ltd. — 
Capacity per 10 hours 400 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 feet. 

Peninsular Tug & Towing Co. — 

Capacity per 10 hours 200 tons. 
Depth of water at dock 14 fret. 



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JOHN T. FANNING, Pres. 
THOMAS C. JACKSON, Treas. 



PHONES: Central 241 
* Central 242 



UNITED STATES DREDGE & DOCK CO. 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

PILE DRIVING. DOCK CONSTRUCTION. DREDGING. 
CAISSONS. EXCAVATION, STRUCTURAL STEEL 

ERECTION 



WOULD BE PLEASED TO 
RENDER ESTIMATES ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS 



29 Sooth La Salle Street 

1136. 1138 National Life Building 



CHICAGO. ILL. 



Stone's Book Store 

221 West Superior St. 

Home for the Captains, Mates, Engineers — 
in fact the whole ship. 

Fitting Out Supplies a Specialty 

BOOKS MAGAZINES 

STATIONERY CIGARS 

NEWSPAPERS TOBACCO, ETC. 

Make this store your meeting place — Free Telephones, Etc. 



EDWARD M. STONE 

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DALL BROTHERS 

FULL ADJUSTABLE BLADE SHIP SCRAPER 

Blade made of Tool Steel with a Good Temper 
They can be Purchased In 

Slap Chandler Supply Stores 
f^ VERMILION, OHIO 



Drafts on all points in Amaica and Europe 

F«r«trn LaimM*! Spokm 

Op«n W*diu>d>T ET.iiiiin 

Oldest Bank in Indiana Harbin' 



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Tekphonc Main 7231 Night. Main 5251 

TRACEY BROTHERS 
Steamer and Contractors' Supplies Groceries and Fruit 

Everything a BdbI Needs Prompt Delivery 

133 YonviUe Square MONTREAL 



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The MARKS -CLAVET-DOBIE CO., Lim. 

Phone Groceries 1000. Phone Hardware 1215 

PORT ARTHUR 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN 

GROCERIES and HARDWARE 

of Every Description 



We stock every need from the Engine Room to the 
Captain's Bridge. — The largest and most complete 
Vessel Supply House in Port Arthur or Fort William 

PHONES : Office, South 1962. Residence. North 426 

J. W. WOLVIN 

VESSEL AGENT 
PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 



PHONES : Office, S. 1962. Residence, S. 2076 

F. T. SOMERVILLE, Manager 
FORT WILLIAM 



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THE SUPERIOR SAVINGS 
and TRUST COMPANY 



ROCKEFELLER BUILDING 



CLEVELAND. OHIO 



RESOURCES, $12,000,000 

Deposits or withdrawals can be made with this 
Bank by maiL The mails are safe and convenient 
in doing your Banking. Every post office is, 
therefore, a branch of the Superior Bank. 

A DOLLAR WILL START AN 
ACCOUNT AT 4% INTEREST 

OFFICERS 
J. J. Sullivan, President K. W. Oglebay, Chairman Board 
Louis Black, Vice President C. A. Paine, Vice President 
P. J. Darling, Secretary E. L. Howe, Treasurer 

A. M. Corcoran, Asst. Sec. E. S. Hanson, Asst. Treasurer 

F. C. Schlundt, Auditor 



S. H. HOLDING 
TRACY H.. DUNCAN 



FRANK vS. MASTEN 
FRED'K ly. lyKCKlE 



JOS. A. SCHUTZ 



Holding, Masten, 
Duncan & Leckie 

haw Offices 



1020 Rockefeller Building 



CLEVELAND 



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O. Torrison Company 

Groceries and Provisions 
Vessel Supplies a Specialty 



Dry Goods, Notions, Ready-made Clothing, Men's Furnishing 
Goods, Hats. Caps, Shoes. Carpets, Oil Cloth, Trunks, 
Valises, Crockery, Cutlery, Glassware, etc. 

ALL GOODS GUARANTEED 



Prompt Delivery Free 



Manitowoc 



Wisconsin 



SCHUETTE BROS. CO 

Wholesale and Retail Departments 



Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Dry Goods, 

Cloaks and Suits, Millinery, Carpets, I^ace Curtains, 

Men's and Boys' Clothing, Tailoring, Hats, 

Caps and Shoes, Hay, Peas, Cheese 

and other Farm Products 

Ship Supplies a Specialty 
MANITOWOC WISCONSIN 



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HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



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Richardson Coal Co., O. S. (Elston Ave.). 

Richardson Coal Co., O. S. (24th & Hal- 

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Richardson Coal Co., O. S. (Division St.). 

Rock Island Elevator (12th Street). 

Rutland Transit Co. 

Santa Fe Elevator. 

Schenck, S. C. (D. L. & W. Goose Island). 

Schenck, S. C. (D. L. & W. 35th Street). 

Street -Chatfield Co. (FuUerton St.). 

St. Paul Elevator (Fulton St.). 

Union Elevator (16th Street). 

Union Steamboat Line. (Randolph St.). 

Wabash Elevator (South Fork). 

Weaver Coal Co. (North Ave.). 




Coal Co. 
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LIAM, ONTARIO. 



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Black-Muirhead Co., Ltd., (Elevator). 

Canada Iron Corporation dock. 

Canadian Northern Ry., (Coal dock). 

C^anadian Pacific Ry., (Coal dock). 

Canadian Pacific Ry., (Elevator "A"). 

C^anadian Pacific Ry., (Elevator "C"). 

Canadian Pacific Ry., (Elevator "lj"). 

Canadian Pacific Ry., (Freight Shed No. 

5). 

Canadian Pacific Ry., (Island Coal 

Dock). 

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City Dock. 

Consolidated Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Dwyer Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Empire Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Fort William Coal Dock Co., Ltd. 

Fort William Elevator Co., Ltd. 

Grain Growers Grain Co., (C. P. R. 

Elevator "E"). 

Grain Growers Grain Co., (C. P. R. 

Elevator "B"). 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., (Freight 

Sheds). 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. (Rail dock). 

Grand Trunk Pacific Terminal Elevator. 

Great Lakes Dredging Co., Ltd. 

Imiperial Oil Co., Ltd. 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd. 

Kent, Seamon (Lumber dock). 

Murphy's, Jalmes (Coal dock). 

Ogilvle Flour Mills Co., Ltd. 

Western Terminal Elevator, 



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HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



1. Anchor Line. 

2. Callaway Fuel Co. (Cherry Street). 

3. Canada -Atlantic Transit Co. 
2S. Central Coal Co. (25th Street). 

42. Chapin Elevator. 

15. Cleveland & Western Coal Co. (25th St.) 

43. C. & N. W. Freight Sheds. 
46. Croshy Transportation Co. 

4. Daisy Mill Ck). 

6. Elevator "A" (St. Paul) Donahue & Strat- 
ton. 

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9. Elevator "E" (St. Paul) Fagg & Taylor. 

7. Erie Railroad Transit Line. 

49. Grand Trunk Car Ferry Slip. 

8. Gross Coal Co. (First Ave.). ^ 

50. Illinois Steel Co. P 
52. International Salt Co. 

54. Joys Bros. Co. 

IG. Kanawha Fuel Co. (Mnskoka Ave.). 

36. Kanawha Fuel Co. (Pabst Slip). . 

11. Lake Shore Stone Co. 

12. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. (Pabst Slip). 
38. Lehigh Valley Transportation Co. 

13. Ludington Salt Oo. 

14. Milwaukee Coke & Gas Co. 

5. Milwaukee Dry Dock Co. (South Yard). 
24. Milwaukee Dry Dock Co. (West Yard). 

15. Milwaukee Gas Oo. (25th Street). 

37. Milwaukee I^umber Co. 

30. Milwaukee Tug Boat LInei. 



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Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (16th St.). 
Milwaukee Western Fuel CJo. (Greenfield 
Ave.). 

Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (Canal St.). 
Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (Pabst Slip). 
Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (Commerce 
St.). 

Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (Cherry St.)- 
Milwaukee Western Fuel Co. (Kinnickin- 
nic St.). 

Morton Salt Co. 
National Knitting Co. 
North Side Fuel Co. 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co. (Penn- 
sylvania Dock). 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co. (Whit- 
nall Dock). 

Pennsylvania Coal & Supply Co. (Inde- 
pendent Dock). 
Pere Marquette Slip. 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal Dock (16th 
St. Viaduct). 
Rialto Elevator. 
Rialto Klevator. 

Schlitz Brewing Co. Coal Dock. 
Shea Dock. 

St. Paul & Western Coal Co. (Canal St.). 
Thomas Furnace Co. 
Western Transit Co. (Freight Sheds). 
Wisconsin Coal & Dock Co. 
Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Co. (Wagner 
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BILLIARD PARLOR 

H. H. McGILL, Proprietor 

CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO 

MIDLAND ONTARIO 

THE BEST MARINE STORE IN fiODERICH 

CHOICE GROCERIES. PROMPT SERVICE, MODERATE PRICES 

DBAIN BROS. 

Phone 110 Corner East Street and Square 

JOS. E. DROLET THOS. J. 0' NEIL PHONE: 345, Night and Sundiy 43«9 

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Wholesale & Retail Everything a Boat Needs 
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TELBPHONES-Bell 205. Home 258 Saperioteodent't Reg.. Bell 6a5-R 

QILLIB MACHINE COMPANY, Inc. 

JOHN B. QILLIB. Superintendent 

Machine, Boiler, Blacksmith and Pattern Shops, Iron, Steel and Bra$$ 
Foundries. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Valves — Packing. Bar Iron, Steel 

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Telephone, Hanover 4500 



The Marine Outfitters of Milwaukee 

Kroeger2ros.@. 

Quick Service ' Low Prices Satisfaction 

Our Marine Department is conducted by men fa- 
miliar with Marine wants. Phone from the 
Dock, Hanover 4500, and our man will be 

on the spot 

National, Corner First Ave. MILWAUKEE 

MAX JENNINGS 

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it will be to your advantage to inspect our stock 

before buying 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 



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CLOTHIERS 



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Old Phone, Broad 260 Old Phone, Broad 894 



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1 1 14 Tower Ave. SUPERIOR, WK. 



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NORTHWESTERN OIL COMPANY 
MANUFACTURERS of OILS, GREASES and PAINTS 

Special Attention Given to Marine Business 

DULrUTH, MINN. SUPERIOR, WIS* 

Telephone 321 

, J.' & W." JUNG COMPANY 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Men's Furnishings, lyadies' 
Coats and Suits, Millinery, Carpet, Rugs and House Furnish- 
ing Goods, Wall Paper, Paints, Brushes and Glass. 

Special Attention Given to Marine and Hotel Trade 

N. 8th and Wisconsin Sts. SHEBOYGAN, WIS. 



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Bell, West 145 Cuy., Central 882 

SAXTON & SON 

Funeral Directors 
CLEVELAND OHIO 

Save Your Money 

BY depositing your money with The Guardian you 
are not only playing safe, but in addition, you 
will receive A% interest, payable twnce a year. 

You can bank with us by mail regardless of 
wherever you may be. Just send us a Money Order, 
Check or Draft, giving name and address, that's all. 

Paper Money may be sent by registered letter 

Capital and Surplus - $2,000,000 

The Guardian Savings & Trust Co* 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Both Phones No. 58 Res. Phone No. US 

BD. E. COOK 

MARINE GROCER 

Our large trade with farmers enables us to give you at all 
times Fresh Vegetables, Fruit and Milk 

Launch Delivery day or night HURON, OHIO 



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Suits and Overcoats. Gents' Furnish inps. Rubber Good's, Trunks and ^ 
Valises, Hats and Caps, Shoes for I^adies, Shoes for Men, Rubber Boots * 
and Arctics, Walk Ovtr, Howard & Foster. Dr. Reed Cushion Sole, Work 

HARRV A. COOK 

DEALER IN 

Footwear, Gents' Clothing and Furnishings. $10 and $15 
Suits a Specialty. Marine Trade Solicited 

**The ONE Price Store" HURON, OHIO 

THE SAVINGS BANK STORE 

S. MANDELCORN. Proprietor 

Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Oil Clothing, 
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. We make a specialty of the 
Marine Business. 

HURON, OHIO 

PHONE NO. 43 RBSIDENCB PHONE ISO 

a A. NAEOELE 

Successor to THE SPERRY HULL NAEQELE CO. 

GROCERIES and PRQViSIONS 
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCO, ETC. 

Marine Trade a Specialty HURON, OHIO 

JOHN G. QUNZENHAUSER 

DEALER IN 

FRESH, SALT AND CURED MEATS 

Sausage, Bologna* Poultry, Etc. Vessel Supplies a Specialty 
Ice Delivered in any Quantity Launch Delivery 

HURON, OHIO 



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NVEST HOTEL 

LACEY BROTHERS, Props. 

Refurnished and Remodelled Throughout. Billiard Room 
in Connection. Special Attention Given to Marine Trade. 

FREE BUS TO BOATS AND TRAINS RATES $1.50 PER DAY 

FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 



ALEX STEWART 

Booksy Papers, Stationery, Office Supplies 



127 Simpson St. 



FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 



THB BBUMOIVT 

CIQAR STORE and SHAVING PARLOR 

Marine and Railroad Men's Headquarters. Convenient 
to the Docks — Central— Close in business centre. A large 
and well selected stock of Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and 
Smokers' Sundries, always on hand. 

Our Barber Shop is second to none in the Twin Cities. 
None but first class mechanics employed, and we are not in 
the Barbers' Combine, our prices are right. 

Give Us a Trial and be Convinced. Satisfaction Guaranteed 



H. I. PELLETIER, Proprietor 



111 Simpson Street 



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CHAS. W. EliMES 
Established 1863 



CABIiETON li. EliMES 
Incorporated 1896 



CHARLES F. ELMES ENGINEERING WORKS 

ELMES' PATENT STEAM STEERER 
HYDRAULIC PRESSES AND PUMPS 
Engine, Pump and Machinery Repairs 

Comer Morff-an and Fulton Streets 
Phone, Haymarket 696 Bes. Phone, Doufirlas 2918 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

CAPT. GUS. F. DOERFLING 

His launch "Cape Horn" reaches any point in the Chicago River 
desired. He pays the highest price for all Marine Wear and Tear. 
Old Rope, Canvas, Vessel Outfits, Metal. Iron and Junk and all 
Flotsam and Jetsam. Respectfully solicits your trade and custom. 



Give Him a Trial 



Phone Canal 2666 



Res. Phone Catial 4356 



Twenty-Second Street, Cor. Morgran Street 

In Yard of First National Goal Co. CHICAGO, ILL. 
J-M MARINE SUPPLIES 

J-M Packings and Gaskets J-M Sea Rings 

J-M High Temperature Cements 

J-M Flexible Metallic Hose J-M Pipe Coverings 

J-M Dry Batteries J-M Fire Extinguishers 

J-M (Mezger) Soot-Proof Spark Plug 

lyong Horn Jones Tachometer 

H. W. JOHNS - M ANVILLE CO. 

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11 Str. Ann Arbor No. 4 

11 Str. Ann Arbor No. 5 

289 Str. Ashtabula 

36 Str. Chief Wawatam , 

383 Str. Detroit 

140 Str. Grand Haven 

139 Str. Great Western (Can.) 

139 Str. Huron (Can.) 

347 Str. International (Can.) 

139 Str. Lansdowne (Can.) 

54 Str. Lyon, Charles (Can.) 

208 Str. Marquette & Bessemer No. X 

230 Str. Marquette & Bessemer No. */« 

59 Str. Michigan (Can.) 

193 Str. Michigan Central 

140 Str. Milwaukee 

59 Str. Ontario (Can.) 

294 Str. Pere Marquette 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 14 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 16 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 17 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 18 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 19 

294 Str. Pere Marquette No. 20 

391 Str. St. Ignace 

391 Str. St. Marie 

383 Str. Transfer 

383 Str. Transport . 



996 


1677 


Steel. 


108i^ 


1884 


Steel. 


1961» 


2884 


Steel. 


1526' 


2670 


Steel. 


1793 


2990 


Steel. 


1307 


2089 


Steel. 


1643 


2320 


Steel. 


662 


1080 


Iron . . 


688 


1052 


Iron . . 


559 


851 


W.&I. 


908 


1571 


Iron.. 


1127 


1600 


Steel. 


998 


1732 


Steel. 


1516 


2583 


Steel. 


1349 


1730 


Steel. 


999 


1522 


Iron . . 


1755 


2933 


Steel . 


1018 


1615 


Steel. 


1634 


2443 


Steel. 


1655 


2531 


Steel. 


1317 


1938 


Wood. 


1685 


2775 


Steel. 


1669 


2777 


Steel. 


154;^ 


2626 


Steel. 


1491 


2626 


Steel. 


600 


1199 


Wood 


1620 


2383 


Steel. 


1060 


1511 


Steel. 


797 


1594 


Iron . . 



259' 

259' 

378' 

338' 

332' 

284' 

306' 

220' 

238' 5' 

210' 

294' 

248' 

241' 

338' 

297' 

263' 

338' 

297' 

338' 

360' 

283' 

338' 

338' 

338' 

338' 

215' 

332' 

265' 

264' 



CAR FERRIES OF THE GREAT LAKES 



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18' 6" 


1898 


19' 


1906 


21' 


1910 


20' 6" 


1906 


25' 


1911 


19' 6" 


1904 


20' 


1903 


13' 


1866 


12' 8" 


1875 


12' 8" 


1872 


13' 


1884 


22' 


1907 


21' 6" 


1904 


19' 6" 


1910 


15' 


1891 


15' 6" 


1884 


19' 6" 


1903 


14' 9" 


1891 


21' 


1904 


28' 


1896 


19' 


1895 


19' 6" 


1901 


19' 6" 


1910 


19' 6" 


1903 


19' 6" 


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16' 


1888 


25' 


1913 


17' 


1888 


14' 9" 


1880 



Gl^be Iron Works. 
American Ship Building Co. 
Toledo Ship Building Co. 
Great Lakes Eng. Works. 
Toledo Ship Building Co. 
Great Lakes Eing. Works. 
Craig Ship Building Co. 
Grand Trunk Ry. Co. 

Smith. 

Detroit Dry Dock Co. 
Poison Iron Works. 
Buffalo Ship Building Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
F. W. Wheeler & Co. 
Detroit Dry Dock Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
Poison Iron Works. 
Detroit Ship Building Co. 
F. W. Wheeler & Co. 
Craig Ship Building Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
American Ship Building Co. 
Detroit Dry Dock Co. 
Toledo Ship Building Co. 
Cleveland Ship Bldg. Co. 
Detroit Dry Dock Ca 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
St. Clair, Mich. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Ecorse, Mich. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Windsor, Ont. 
Pt. Edward, Ont. 
Ft. Erie, Ont. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
W. Bay City, Mich. 
Wyandotte, Mich. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Owen Sound, Ont. 
Detroit, Mich. 
W. Bay City, Mich. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wyandotte, Mich. 



406 THE 8HIF> MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



W. N. MOULTON E. H. SCHREINER 

MOULTON & SGHREINER 

General Merchants and Dealers in MARINE SUPPLIES 
The Largest Store and Best Stock in Northern Minnesota 

TWO HARBORS, MINN. 

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Telephone 174 Ret. Wer Amnndsen 106 Re«. H. B. t^nent 44-M 

' Re«. W. F. Lawrence 43-L ' 

MARINE MEAT MARKET 

DEALERS IN 

F^re^H etridL Salt iVIeats, F^I^H, etc 
Marine Trade a Specialty 

626 First Avenue TWO HARBORS, MINN. 

Phone 58 

CHAS. F. FALK 

DRUGGIST 

Agent for Victor Talking Machine and Records 

REXALL REMEDIES 

602 First Ave. TWO HARBORS, MINN. 



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GOOD CLOTHES FOR GOOD MEN 

THE KIND THAT KEEPS US ALL SATISFIED 

THAD POGGEMEYER 

331-333 St. Clair St. TOLEDO, OHIO 

Near Adams 



THg SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 407 



STORE TELEPHONE 462 RESIDENCE TELEPHONE 907 L-I 

ALEX. SCHUMACHER 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES and 
FRESH MEATS 
MARINE SUPPLIES 

NIGHT OR DAY 
Sheldon St. WEST HOUGHTON, MICH. 

Telephoae No, 21 

W. J. BAKER, Prop. 

(Successor to W. T. Murney) 

Fresh and Cured Meats. Vessel Supplies a Specialty 
Orders Delivered Promptly Anywhere in the City 

Bedford Block QODBRICH 

TELEPHONE 664-F1 

KAINE BOILER AND SHEET METAL WORKS 

JOdN T. KAINE, Propritl9r 

MARINE AN» STATtONARY BOILER REPAIRS 

Nq. 326 Com Strtet SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



TelepboiH LliiMln 13SV 

When you are docked ia " Chkaso " c^ up 

The Union Stock Yards & ProTiiion Co. 

For Your 

MB A+S 

We are at 1580 Clybourn Ave. 
near North Ave, Bridge. Very 
Low Prices aud the best quality 
of Meat. 

MeaU Wbolesale and Retail 

Motor Delivery Service 

AETNA INSURANCE CO. 

HARTrORD CONN 

INLAND MARINE DEPARTMENT 

MARINE mi INLAND INSURANCE in all iu BRANCHIS 

L O KOHTZ, C*n«r»l Atfsnt 
IBZr Insnrance iKcbange ITS W. Jackton Blvd. 
CHICAGO 

TelephoDC Belmont 2i37 MODBRATB RATSS 

CHAS. QUINDBRSOrsi 

SUBMARINE DIVER 



Dunham Towing & Wrecking Co. 

2M N. Sawyer Ave. CDICA60, ILU 



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409 



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JIMMY »» OMAIVIVOIV, jyianager 



GREAT LAHE$ SUPPLY CO 



at SOUTH OmOAaO, ILrU* 



''Forty Years in the Marine Supply Business'' 



Telephooe S. C. 1360, 1361, 1362 3217 East f2od Street 

Telephone Canal 1926 

AINTOIN CAMSKY 

DBALBR IN 

PresHy Salt enndL Smoked Meat« 

Wholesale and Retail 

Marine Trade a. Specialty 
1924 Throop Street, Comer 20th Street CHICAQO 

Telephones. West 332 . Central 5436-R NIsht CaU, Btfs. .455- J 

QBOROe RAINDBRSOIN 

Dealer in all Kinds of 

FRESH and SALT MEATS 
LrAUNCH DELriVeRV 

2534 Detroit Avenue CLEVELAND, OHIO j 



410 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



PHONES. DAY 24 and 51 



PHONE. NIGHT 159 



The Playfair, Preston Co. 



LIMITED 

DEPARTMENTAL STORES 



Midland 



Tiffin 



Port McNicoII, Canada 



Sell everything in Steamer Supplies— We Sell 
Groceries and Provisions, Dry Goods, Ready 
for Service Clothing for Women and Men, 
Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Furniture, 
Grips, Trunks, Variety Goods, etc. All Charts 
of Georgian Bay and Approaches in Stock. 



Stores Foot of King St. 



Midland-Tiffin, Canada 



The Original Marine Meat Market 

S. MARX, Prop. 

Bell and Home I^ongr Distance Telephone Connections. Both Phones 50 

GROCERIES, MEATS and GENERAL SHIP SUPPLIES 

Everything a boat needs. Prompt delivery by launch or wagons 

JOSEPH MAR^, Deputy Port Collector, always on watch 

in the shop days, nights and Sundays. 

1100 St. Clair St. ASHLAND, WIS. 



THE ELMER H. ARNOLD CO. 

Heavy Sheet Iron Work, Repair Work, 
Copper Pipes and Coppersmith! ng, 
Ship Ventilators and Marine Plumbing 

Old Phone— Broad 270-1,, Melrose 2916 New Phone— Grand 2087 

1416 Elm Are., SUPERIOR 209-11 Lake Are. So., DULUTH 



STEAMSHIP CORPORATIONS 411 



STEAMSHIP CORPORATIONS 

From Green's Marine Directory of the Great Lakes 

Acme Transit Co Fleet^ No. 16^ 

Adams Transportation Co ,, °^ 

Algoma Central Steamship Co., Ltd - 

Alva Steamship Co .. 400 

American International S. S. Co ^, j 

American Steamship Co ,, ^^ 

American Steamship Co ,, -'*i! 

American Steamship Co ,^ ' 

Ann Arbor Steamship & Ry. Lines ^, 1 J 

Ashtabula Steamship Co ,^ 3^- 

Arffo Steamship Co [^ ]^ 

Arnold Transportation Co ' i^ 

Atlas Steamship Co " 1" 

Bassett S. S. Co " 2 j 

Benton Transit Co [\ 27 

Bradley Transportation Co " 3^ 

Brockville Transportation Co., Ltd " <^-> 

Brown Steamship Co " 39 

Brown Steamship Co " 42 

Buclceye Steamship Co " IS"^ 

Buffalo Steamship Co " 254 

Cabotia Steamship Co.. Ltd " 47 

Cadillac Steamship Co " 275 

Cadwell Transit Co " 4S 

Calbrick Transportation Co " 176 

Calcite Transportation Co " 49 

Calumet Transportation Co " 159 

Cambria Steamship Co " 159 

Canada Atlantic Transit Co., Ltd " 51 

Canada Cement Transport Co., Ltd " 52 

Canada Lake Transportation Co., Ltd " 53 

Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd " 56 

Canadian Northwest Steamship Co., Ltd *' 229 

Canadian Pacific Car and Passenger Transfer Co " 54 

CarroUton S. S. Co " 61 

Chatham Navigration Co., Ltd " 69 

Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co " - 72 

Chicago Transportation Co " 74 

Chicago Navigation Co " 366 

Chicago, Racine & Milwaukee Line " 73 

Chicago & South Haven Line " 75 

Christopher Steamship Co " 366 

Cleveland Steamship Co " 254 

Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co. ..t " 80 

Columbia Steamship Co " 24 

Continental Steamship Co " 373 

Corsica Transit Co " ISO 

Crosby Transportation Co " 89 

Dakota Steamship Co '• 378 

Oavidson Steamship Co " 92 

Dearborn Transit Co " 3S7 

Deist Steamship Co •' 95 



412 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Detroit & Windsor F^nT Ck> Fleet No. 99 

Detroit Steamship Ck> *' 366 

Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Co " IW 

Dominion Transportation Co.. Ltd. " 10< 

Duluth Steamship Co " 373 

Donald Steamship Co.. Ltd. " 108 

Douglass Steamship Co " 39 

Eastern Steamship Co " 159 

Elastland Navigation Co ** 115 

Edgewater Steamship Co " 366 

£3mpire Steamship Co *• 39 

En^Umd Transit Co " 24 

Brie & "Western Transportation Co ** 8 

Erie Railroad Lake Line " 114 

Erie Steamship Co. " 62 

E3Bcanaba & Garden Bay Transportation Co " 116 

Fairhaven Transportation Co., Ltd. " 398 

Faixport Transportation Co •* 277 

Farrar Transportation Co., Ltd " 119 

Franklin Transportation Co ** 159 

Franklin Steamship Co " 275 

Frontier Transit Co " 12 

Frontier Steamship Co ** 120 

Gartland Steamship Co " 366 

Georgian Bay Navigation Co " 78 

Gdlchrist Transportation Co " 131 

Globe Steamship Co " 373 

Goodrich Transit Co '• 135 

Goshawk Transportation Co " 31 

Graham & Morton Transportation Co " 13S 

Grand Island Steamship Co " 79 

Gratwi<& S. S. Co ** 254 

Great Lakes Steamship Co " 146 

Great Lakes Transportation Co.. Ltd " 301 

Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co " 366 

C^een Bay Vessel Co. ..-. " 147 

Grimsby Beach & South Shore Nav. Co " 150 

Hart Transportation Co " 162 

Hanna Transit Co " 322 

Hawgood & Avery Transit Co •• 165 

Hin Steamboat Co " 169 

Hopkins Steamship Co " 79 

Hopkins Transportation Co •• 31 

Hubbard Steamship Co " 332 

Indiana Transportation Co " 184 

Inland Steamship Co •• 180 

International Ferry Co " 185 

International Transit Co •* 186 

Inter-State Steamship Co " 24 

Inter-Ocean Steamship Co •• ■ 373 

Interlake Steamship Co *' 296 

Island Transportation Co •• jft 

Jackson Transit Co *• 322 

Jenkins Steamship Co. *• I80 

Tenness Transportation Co •• 31 

lalkaska Steamship Co *• 176 

[elly Island Lime & Transport Co ** 193 



STEAMSHIP CORPORATIONS 413 



Keystone Transportation Co. of Canada, Ltd Fleet No. 195 



Kinney Steamship Co. 



41 



198 



Kinsman Transit Co ;. ^62 



La Belle Steamship Co. ,, «. 



159 
Lake Brie Navigation Co. 



Lake Coast Trading Co., Ltd ,^ 

Lake Erie Excursion Co. .. ^jj 

Lake Brie Transportation Co ", 20V 

Lake Transit Co • • •'"''\ .. ??J 

T^ke On-tario & Bay of Quinte Steamboat Co., Ltd ^^ ^i» 

Lake Steamship Co „ „?; 

Lakeside Steamship Co ., *i- 

Lakewood Steamship Co ., f °" 

Lehigh Steamship Co .. ^^1 

Lehigh Valley Transportation Co ,, ^JJ 

Limestone Transportation Co .. JJJ 

Mackay-Hall Steamship Co ,, f^J 

Mahoning Steamship Co. •;•••••••••• .. ion 

Marquette & Bessemer Dock & Nav. Co ,, -^^" 

Masaba Steamship Co „ jjf 

Matthews Steamship Co., Ltd ,. J" 

McLachlan Transportation Co. ,. -J' 

Michigan Navigation Co .. JJ" 

Michigan Steamship Co .. ;7i 

Midland Transportation Co., Ltd „ |T . 

Millnokett Steamship Co „ %; 

Miller Steamship Co .. -a? 

Miller Transit Co. .. Sj^S 

Milwaukee Steamship Co. ...••• .. ,70 

Milwaukee-Western Steamship Co „ *1° 

Monroe Transportation Co «, 2^^; 

Montreal Transportation Co., Ltd. .••••• .4 ncc 

Montreal & Cornwall Navigation Co., Ltd .. ^»J 

Moore Steamship Co .. orr 

Morden Transportation Co .. g^. 

Mutual Steamship Co .. ges 

Mutual Transit Co » .. 240 

National Steamship Co .. ^-3 

National Steamship Co .. gfi? 

Niagara Navigation Co., Ltd .. ^^n 

Niagara Transit Co -' "' '^ * * * V i;i •• 9R« 

Niagara. St. Catharines & Toronto Nav. Co.. Ltd ,, Z«8 

Nicholas Transit Co .. SfiS 

Nipigon Transit Co. •.•••••• .. ^aa 

North American Steamship Co ., ?"" 

Northern Lakes Steamship Co ., ^'^ 

Northern Michigan Transportation Co ,, ^'J 

Northern Steamship Co „ ^*f 

Northwestern Transportation Co ^^ 3»5 

Norton Transit Co ,^ 3-2 

Omega Transportation Co » ^79 

Ontario & Ohio Navigation Co " 280 

Ottawa Transportation Co., Ltd " 281 

Ottawa River Navigation Co " 301 

Owen Transportation Co.. J. Emery " 144 

Page Transportation Co *' 31 

Parry Sound Transportation Co •• 249 



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^ „. ^^ Fleet No. 242 

Pawnee Boat Co << 3-73 

Peavey Steamship Co 4. ong 

Pelee Island Transportation Co .. ^^^ 

Pennsylvania Steamship Co ,, „qq 

Pennsylvania Steamship Co I'-'A «« ?cq 

Pennsylvania & Ontario Transportation Co ^, |g» 

Peninsular Steamboat Co ,. 091 

Pentland Steamship Co ., „,i 

Peoples Steamboat Co., Ltd .. „j,q 

Petrol Traffic Co. ,. fj^ 

Pioneer Steamship Co •.. ij^ 

Pittsburgh Steamship Co ^^ ^»y 

Postal Steamship Co .. -\ 

Potter- Teare Transit Co -•• ,. ^\ 

Portage Lake Steamship Co ., ^i^ 

Presque-Isle Transportation Co ^. '» 

Pt. Huron Navigation Co .. ^^ 

Pt. Huron & Duluth Steamship Co ^^ ^oy 

Pt. Huron & Sarnia Ferry Co ^^ 242 

Quebec Transportation & Forwarding Co., Ltd .^ - jil 

Quebec & Levis Ferry Co.. Ltd ^^ 312 

Rainev River Navigation Co., Ltd 313 

Raleigh Steamship Co ^ '' 402 

Republic Transportation Co » . . . ^^ 159 

Richardson Transportation Co '' - 322 

Rideau Lakes Navigation Co., Ltd '* 323 

River Transit Co • *| 238 

Rochester Steamship Co ]| 34 

Rochester Transportation Co •• ^^ <7 

Rogers Transportation Corporation '| 302 

Rutland Transit Co • ' • • ]] 331 

Saginaw Bay Transportation Co 3^^ 

Sandusky & Islands Steamship Co ^^ 3^7 

Scott Steamship Co ., ij^ 

Seither Transit Co •• ,. ^J 

Shenango Steamship Co ^^ ^4b 

Shenango Steamship & Transportation Co ^^ 34.b 

Shoal Water Transportation .Co. \^ 4U^ 

Smith-Kitzinger Transportation Co ^^ ^74 

Spokane Steamship Co ,^ gi« 

Star-Cole Line •• .. ^g^ 

Stewart Transportation Co. • ^^ - fj 

St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co •••••••• •^.- ••• v:i .. orS 

St. Lawrence & Chicago . Steam Navigation Co., Ltd ^^ 3^7 

St. Lawrence Transportation Co., Ltd " 386 

Superior Steamship Co ]] 3^^ 

Tonawanda Transit Co ; ^^ 120 

Toledo Steamship Co S7 

Toronto Ferry Co., Ltd " 400 

Triton Steamship Co " 373 

Valley Steamship Co " 24 

Victoria Navigation Co., Ltd " 381 

Virginia Steamship Co. " 159 

Volunteer Transit Co " 382 

Vulcan Steamship Co. '• 94 

Wainwright Steamship Co >. 245 

Western Transit Co . •• 389 



STEAMSHIP CORPORATIONS 



415 



Western Navigration Co., Ltd Fleet No. 

White Star Line 

White Transportation Co ,, 

Wilson Transit Co 

Windsor & Pelee Island S. S. Co., Ltd 

Winnipeg S. S. Co 

Wisconsin Steamship Co 

Wolverine Steamship Co " 

Wyandotte Transportation Co " 

Wyoming Steamship Co " 

Yale Transit Co 

York Steamship Co '• 

Zenith Steamship Co '• 

Zillah Transportation Co " 



280 

393 

394 

397 

401 

403 

378 

241 

405 

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373 

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THOS- M. SULLIVAN JOHN J. SULLIVAN 

THOS. M. SULLIVAN & BRO . 

Groceries, Meats and Ship Supplies 

Telephone Superior 506-507-5962 



LAUNCH 
DELIVERY 



503-505 Rush Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



PITTSBURGH COAL CO. 

STEAMBOAT FUEL FACILITIES 
Mouth of River, Chicago. Ill North Pier Dock & Lighters 

Telephones: Harrison 4150 — Automatic 44-495 

South Chicago, 111. Lighter, Black Diamond 

Telephone, South Chicago 92 

CAPT. CHAS. WALLACE, Supt. 

General Offices, 1105 Old Colony Bldg. CHICAGO, ILL- 



416 



HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 




HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



417 



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SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL. 

American Linseed Co. 

By-Products Coke Corporation (112th St.). 

Car Ferry Slip. 

Calumet Elevators "A," "B" & "C." 

Calumet River Elevator (96th Street). 

Chicago Ship Building Co. 

Federal Furnace Co. (108th Street). 

Hedstrom & Co., E. li. (95th Street). 

Illinois Steel Co. (North Dock). 

Illinois Steel Co. (South Dock). 

International Harvester Co. 

International Salt Co. 

International Salt CJo. 

Irondale Elevator "A" (107th Street). 

Iroquois Iron Co. 

Keystone Elevator. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Co. (100th Street). 

Merritt Elevator. 

Peavey Elevators "A" & "B." 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal Co. (95th St.). 

PIttsbugh Coal Co. 

Riialto Elevator "A" (104th St.). 

Rock Island Dock. 

South Chicago Elevators "C" & "D." 

Star & Crescent Milling Co. 

Tug Office. 

United States Gypsum Co. 

Wisconsin Steel Co. (109th St.). 



Copyrighted 1915. By 
Fred W. Green 



418 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Card of Wages Lake Carriers' Association 

Season 1914 

STEEL STEAMERS 

First Class 

Per 

Month 

Chief EIngineers $175.00 

1st Assistant Engineers 125 . 00 

2d Assistant Engineers 84 . 00 

Class A Class B 

See Note See Note 

Chief Engineers $ 155 .00 

1st Assistant Engineers 110.00 

2d Assistant Engineers 84 . 00 

1st Mates 130.00 

2d Mates 90.00 

Boatswains, to Oct. 1 60.00 

Boatswain, Oct. 1st to close of navigation . . .- 70 . 00 

Cooks, Vessels over 4,000 gross tons 90 . 00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, to Oct. 1st 36.00 

2d Cooks and Waitera, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 37.50 

Porters, to Oct. 1st 30 . 00 

Porters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 35 . 00 

Oilers, to Oct. 1st 55.00 

Firemen and Water Tenders, to Oct. 1st 52 . 50 

Firemen, Oilers and Water Tenders, Oct. 1st to close of navigation.. 65.00 

Wheelsmen-Lookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 56 . 00 

Wheelsmen-Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen, to Oct. 1st 50.00 

Wheelsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65 . 00 

L#ookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 50 . 00 

Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Ordinary Seamen, to Oct. 1st 35.50 

Ordinary Seamen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 40 .00 

STEEL STEAMERS 

Second Class 

Chief Engineers. Bulk freight steamers 500 to 2,100 tons $ 140.00 

Assistant Engineers. Bulk freight steamers 500 to 2,100 tons 100.00 

Chief Engineers, steel package freight steamers 1,800 to 3,000 gross 

tons 155.00 

Note ~~" 

Class A — Steel Steamers of over 4,000 gross ton government register. 
Steamers 4,000 to 5,500 gross tons carry third engineer only when equipped 
with water tube boilers and mechanical stokers. 

Class B — Steel bulk freight Steamers of 2,100 to 4,000 gross tons gov- 
ernment register, and steel package freight. Steamers over 3,000 gross tons, 
government register. Steel bulk freighters this class carry third engineer 
only when equipped with water tube boilers and mechanical stoker. 

Boatswains shall be carried on all boats of over 4,500 gross tons, gov- 
ernment register. 



CARD OF WAGES 419 



, . . Per M. 

1st Assistant Engineers, steel package freight steamers, 1,800 to 

3.000 gross tons $110.00 

1st Mates 112.00 

2d Mates 78.00 

Cooks, vessels less than 4,000 gross tons 78 . 00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, to Oct. 1st 36.00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 37.50 

Porters, to Oct. 1st 30.00 

Porters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 35 . 00 

Oilers, to Oct. 1st 55.00 

Firemen and Water Tenders, to Oct. 1st 52.50 

Firemen. Oilers and Water Tenders. Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen-T^ookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 55.0'> 

Wlieelsmen-L/Ookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen, to Oct. 1st 50.00 

Wheelsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65 . 00 

Tx)okoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 50 . 00 

Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Ordinary Seamen, to Oct. 1st 31 . 50 

Ordinary Seamen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 40.00 

Third Class 

Chief Engineers, under 500 tons $ 105 . 00 

Assistant Engineers, under 500 tons * .- — 75.00 

1st Mates 90.00 

2d Mates (when carried) 60 . 00 

Cooks 7S.O0 

2d Cooks and Waiters, to Oct. 1st 36.00 

2d Cooks and Waiters. Oct. 1st to close of navigation ^7. .50 

Oilers, to Oct. 1st 55.00 

Firemen and Water Tenders, to Oct. 1st 62.50 

Firemen, Oilers and Water Tenders. Oct. 1st to close of navigation 6"».oo 

Wheelsmen -Tx)okoutsmen, to Oct. 1 st 55 . 00 

WTieelsmen-Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen, to Oct. 1st iiO.OO 

Wheelsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation < . . . 65 . 00 

Tvookoutsmeh, to Oct. 1st 50 . 00 

T»okoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation pt; . ao 

Ordinary Seamen, to Oct. 1st 31.50 

Ordinary Seamen, Oct. Ist to close of navigation 40.00 

WOODEN STEAMERS 
First Class 

Chief Engineers. Bulk freight steamers over 1,200 tons. Package 

freight steamers over 750 tons $ 1 40 . 00 

Assistant Engineers. Bulk freight steamers over 1,200 tons. Pack- 
age freight steamers over 750 tons 1 00 . oo 

1st Mates 112.00 

2d Mates 79 ' oo 

Cooks ;;; 78;oo 

2d Cooks and Waiters, to Oct. 1st .-^6 00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation .^7 .50 

Porters, to Oct. 1st .SO. 00 

Porters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 85!00 

Oilers, to Oct. 1st , , 55 !oo 

Firemen and Water Tenders, to Oct. 1st 52.50 



420 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Per M. 

Firemen, Oilers and Water Tenders, Oct. 1st to close of navigation $ 65.00 

Wheelsmen -Lookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st St ' Sn 

Wlieelsmen-Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation S5 Ai! 

Wheelsmen, to Oct. 1st - »2 a2 

Wheelsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65. uo 

Lookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 52' XX 

Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation ^ S?" ?X 

Ordinary Seamen, to Oct. 1st ,j' ?J*5? 

Ordinary Seamen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation ^^ 40.00 

WOODEN STEAMERS 
Second Class 

Chief Engineers. Bulk freight steamers 600 to 1,200 tons.^ Package 

freight steamers 600 to 750 tons $125.00 

Assistant Engineers. Bulk freight steamers 600 to 1,200 tons. Pack- 
age freig^it steamers 600 to 750 tons 100 .00 

1st Mates 94.00 

2d Mates (when carried) 62 . 50 

Cooks 78.00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, to Oct. 1st 36.00 

2d Cooks and Waiters, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 37.50 

Oilers, to Oct. 1st 55.00 

Firemen and Water Tenders, to Oct. 1st 52.50 

Firemen, Oilere and Water Tenders. Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen -Lookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 55 .00 

Wheelsmen-Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65.00 

Wheelsmen, to Oct. 1st 50.00 

Wheelsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65 . 00 

Lookoutsmen, to Oct. 1st 50. 00 

Lookoutsmen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 65. 00 

Ordinary Seamen, to Oct. 1st 31 . 50 

Ordinary Seamen, Oct. 1st to close of navigation 40.00 

BARGES 

Mates on barges shall receive not less than ten dollars ($10) per month 
more than seamen on the same vessel; and donkey men five dollars ($5) 
per month more than seamen. 

Mates' wages on tow barges of the larger class (vessels which paid 
their mates $73.00 a month last year) shall be paid $73.00 per month" for 
the entire season. 

Able-bodied seamen on tow barges shall receive fifty-two dollars and 
fifty cents ($52.50) per month until October first, and sixty-five dollars 
($65.00) per month from October 1st to the close of navigation. 

The engineers on tow barges carrying towing niachines shall receive 
$73.00. 

The cooks (mi tow barges shall receive the same wages as the seamen 
on the same barges. 

Ordinary seamen on barges $31.50 per month to Oct. 1st, and $40.00 
per month from Oct. 1st to close of navigation. 

GENERAL 

Wages of Seamen, Firemen, Oilers and Water Tenders employed in 
fitting out shall be $2.00 per day while they are not boarded on vessel. 

Wheelsmen-Lookoutsmen are men who stand a three-hour trick at the 
wheel and three -hours watch on deck each watch. 



CARD OF WAGES 421 



Wheelsmen are men who stand a trick at the wheel but will not watch. 

Lookoutsmen are men who stand a watch on deck but cannot wheel. 

Handymen, where carried, same wages as firemen. 

The following- resolution was adopted unanimously by the Lake Carriers' 
Association, and as it admits of no deviation the officers of our ships, in 
all departments, must govern themselves accordingly: 

The experience of the ship owners, managers and licensed oflEicers for 
the past years has demonstrated the necessity of what is referred to as 
the open shop jyrinciple, in order to give that control and direction of 
the ships which is required for the equal good of the owner, the employe 
of the ships and the dependent trade. And so it is resolved: 

1. That the owners of ships on the Great Lakes do now declare that 
the open shop principle be adopted and adhered to on our ships. 

2. That the Lake Carriers' Association stands for the foregoing prin- 
ciple. 

3. That the matter be referred to the executive committee with full 
power to act and carry out this principle. 

4. That it should be the aim of the committee in the means they shall 
adopt, to recognize a fair and equitable rate of wages, to insist on such 
regulations as shall promote the comfort, and well-being of the employes, 
shall put the discipline of the ship in the hands of the executive oflEicers 
and tendering liberal appropriate wages and conditions, requiring in re- 
sponse appropriate, diligent and prompt service from the members of the 
crew. 

5. And at this meeting, representing 91 per cent of the tonnage of the 
association, as a definite and specific support to the committee it is voted 
to adhere to and observe this action, referring also any and all special 
cases to the committee. 

W. LIVINGSTONE. 

President. 



Bell Phone, Main 1950 

PRANK MORRISON 

Compass Adjuster and Manufacturer of 
Compasses, Binnacles, Nautical Instruments, Ships' Lamps 

Specializing in the MaiHifaciure of Life Raffs, Life Boat, Storm Oil Tanks 

AU Kinds Sheet Metal Work 

OFFICE and FACTORY 

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A LA QALENCIA CIGAR 

WILL PLEASE THE MOST 

FASTIDIOUS SMOKiBR 

ASMLrAND, WIS. 

CHAKLBS H. CLARK. Mamffer 

THE KINIOHT 

ASHLAND'S LEADING HOTEL 

American and European Plan, Hot and Cold 
Running Water, Baths, etc. Brick and Stone 
Structure. 

FAXON, WILLIAMS & FAXON 

Complete Assortment of Ship Groceries 

Wines, Cigars, Dellcatesseii, Candy and Drugs 

Prompt and Reliable Delivery' 

399, 401. 587, 589 Main Street BUFFALO 

Both Pboaes 

John H. Kamtnan Co. 

Packers, Curers and Jobbers 

Choicest Meats, Provisions, Sausage, Etc. 

Special Attention Given to Steamship, Hotel and Restaurant Trade 
445 Blllcott Street BUFFALO, N. F. 



GRAIN ELEVATORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



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Grain Elevators of The Great Lakes 

Data Furnished by Fred W. Green 



NAME AND LOCATION 



ALLOUEZ, WTS. 

Itasca 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

American Malting-, Above Ohio St. Bridge 

Connecting Terminal, Ship Canal 

Dakota, Blackwell Canal 

Electric, Above Ohio St. Bridge 

Evans, Evans Slip 

Exchange, Erie Basin 

Export, Buffalo Ship Canal 

Great Eastern, Buff'ilo Creek 

Kellogg (New) , Buffalo Creek 

Marine. C^eek and Hatch Slip 

Monarch, Evans Slip 

Mutual. Buffalo Ship Canal 

Seaboard, Opposite Main St 

Superior. Buffalo Creek above Ohio St. Bridge 

Tnion. Buffalo Creek 

Wheeler, Buffalo Creek '. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

(See also South Chicago, 111.) 

Armour "A" and "B," and Annex North Branch (Division St.) 

Armour "C," South Branch (Morgan St.) 

Atlantic. Ogden Canal 

Central "A," Entrance to River 

Keith. South I^ranch 

Minnesota, North Branch (Nonh Ave.) 

Rock Island "A," South Branch ' 

Rock Inland "B," ?outh Branch 

Santa Fe, Soutli Branch (27th St.) 

T'nion. South Branch (16th St.) 

Wabash. South Branch • 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Cleveland Milling, Above Superior St. Viaduct '. 

Elevator "A." Cincinnati Slip 

Sherwin-Williams. Above Central Viaduct 

TTnion, Opposite Irish Town Cajr Dump 

COLLINGWOOD, ONT. 

Collingwood El valor, in llaijor 



Storag-e 
Capacity 



1,300,000 



2,500,000 

1,000,000 

1,250,000 

2,000,000 

400,000 

500,000 

1,000,000 

2,500,000 

1,000,000 

650,000 

450,000 

3,000,000 • 

300,000 

1,560,000 

100,000 



3,300,000 
1,000,000 

125,000 

800.000 
2,000,000 

300,000 
1,000,000 

800,000 
1,000.000 
1,200,000 
1.500,000 



150,000 

1,000,000 

400,000 

250,000 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



NAME AND LOCATION 



DEPOT HARBOR, ONT. 

DETROIT, MICH. 

E)etrolt R, R. Kleva-tor, Foot of HaBtlngs St 

Michigan Central "A," Foot of 8th St 

Michigan Central '■B," Ftoot of 12th St 

Union, Foot of 1B14 SI 

Commercial, Foot of Randolph 

DULUTH, MINN. 
(See also Superior, Wis.) 

Capital 

"B" and Annex "C" 

"D" and Annex "G" 

"B" and Annex "F' 

••H'" 

Peavey 

ERIE, PA. 

Brie & Western, Foot of Holland St 

FAIHPORT, OHIO 

Ffeirpon Elevator, Grand RJver 

FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Black & Mulrhead. Ltd 

Conaoll dated, Three Miles from Harbor Entrance 

Dwyer Elevator 

Eastern "A," Three-fourths Mile from Kam. Hlvei 

Fort William "F" on Kam. lUver 

G. G. G,— "B," Adjoining Elevator -B" (C. P. R.) 

Eastern "C," Annex to C. P. H.— "A" 

C, P, H. — "T>." Kam. and Mission Rivers 

G. a. G.— "E," 500 F^et Above C, P. R,— "A" (C. 

Empire, Mouth of Kam. River 

Ogelvles, on the Kam. River 

Western, on the Kam. River 

Grand Trunk, Mission River 

Paterson "O" on Kam. River 

GLADSTONE, MICH. 
Soo Line 

QODERtCH, ONT. 

Transit, in Harbor 

Elevator "A," South Side of Harbor 

Elevattir "B" South Side of Harbor 



GRAIN ELEVATORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



427 



NAME AND LOCATION 



Storage 
Capacity 



GREEN BAY, WIS. 
Cargill, Fox River 

KINGSTON, ONT. 

Commercial, in Harbor 

Forwarder's, First in Harbor 

Montreal, in Harbor 

MANITOWOC, WIS. 

Elevator *'A" 

Elevator "B" 

MIDLAND, ONT. 

(See also Tiffin, Ont.) 

Midland, West Side of Harbor 

Tiffin No. 2, Mouth of Wye River 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Rialto "A," Between C. & N. W. and Broadway Rridffps 
Rialto "B," Between C. & N. W. and "nroadway I^ridges 

St. Paul "A," Elev. "A" Slip 

St. Paul "B," Menominee River 

St. Paul "E," Elevator "E" Slip 

American • Malting 

MONTREAL, QUEBEC 

Warehouse "A," on Canal 

Elevator "B," on Canal and Annex on Canal 

Elevator No. 1, Elgin Basin 

OGDENSBURG, N. Y. 

Bill, Bell & Co.. Oswegatchie River 

Rutland Transit Co. (Under Construction) 

OSWEGO, N. Y. 

Northwestern, West Side of River 

PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 

C. N. Ry. "A" and Annex, in Harbor 

C. N. Ry. "B" and Annex, in Harbor 

Davidson & Smith, Southwest of C. N. Rv. Coal Doclc . 

Government, S. W. of C. N. Ry. Coal T>ock 

Horn's, in Harbor 

Thunder Bay, S. W. of C. N. Ry. Coal Dock 

PORT COLBORNE, ONT. 

Government Elevator, in Harbor 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., T^td 



1,750,000 



350,000 
500,000 
800,000 



1,000,000 
2,000,000 



1,200.000 
2,250,000 



800,000 
1,000.000 
1,000.000 

700,000 
1,000,000 



400,000 
2,000,000 
1,000,000 



90,000 



500,000 



3,750,000 
3,250,000 

750,000 
3,750.000 

750,000 
1,700,000 



2,000,000 
1,500,000 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



NAME AND LOCATION 

PORT HURON, MICH. 

Grand Trunk, St. Clalr River 

PORT McNICOLL. ONT. 
C. P. R., Bast Side of Harbor 

PRESCOTT, ONT. 
Terminal, St. Lawrence River 

SANDUSKY, OHIO 

B. & O., in Harbor 

SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL. 

(See also Chicago, 111.) 

Calumet "A," Slip No. 2, Calumet River 

Calumet "B," Slip No. 2, Calumet River 

Calumet "C," Slip No. 2, Calumet River 

Calumet River Elevator, 96th St 

Irondale "A" and "B," Calumet River 

Keystone, Calumet River 

Merritt, Calumet River 

Peavey "A" and "B," Calumet River 

Rialto "A," 104th St 

So. Chicagro "C" and Annex, Calumet River 

So. Chicago "D," Calumet River 

SUPERIOR, WIS. 

(See also Duluth, Minn.) 

Belt Line, Lower Superior Harbor 

Globe Nos. 1, 2, 3, Superior Harbor 

Great Northern "S" and Annex G. N. Slip 

Terminal "K," Old Town 

Terminal "M" and "N," Old Town 

TIFFIN, ONT. 
(See al^o Midland, Ont.) 
Aberdeen, in Harbor 

TOLEDO, OHIO 

C. H. & D. Elevator 

East Side Elevator, Maumee and L. S. & M. S 

National, Maumee River 

WALKERVILLE, ONT. 

Tliram Walker & Fons. Ltd 



Storage 
Capacity 



1,000,000 
4,000,000 

1,000,000 
300,000 



1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,200,000 
350,000 
1,000,000 
1,500,000 

2.250,000 
1,250,000 
3,000.000 
1,500,000 



2,250,000 
5,000,000 
6,840.000 
500.000 
2,000,000 



1,000,000 



500,000 
1,500,000 
1,250,000 



300.000 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 429 

HOTEL ADANAC 

ALEX J. BLACK, Proprietor 

American Plan Rates $1.50 Per Day 

Steamboat Men's Headquarters 

Choicest Stock of Wines, Liquors, Cigars 

Corner of Simpson and Cumming Streets 
FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Telephone S 108 

THE ALGOIHA STEAM LAINDRY CO. 

LIMITED 

UUNDERERS, FRENCH DKV AND STEAM CLEANEKS 

m-m Mcvicar stmt fort wilium, ontamo 

Established 1817 Incorporated by Act of Parliament 

BANK OF MONTREAL 

Capital Paid Up $16,000,000 

Rest 16,000,000 

Undivided Profits 1,232,669 

HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL 

W. STEVENSON, Manager Fort WilUam Branch 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Phone South 806 



G. D. McDONAIvD. Manager 



North Shore Supply Co. 

OP FORT WILLIAM 



Groceries, Meats, Ice, Milk, Engi- 
neers' Supplies and Ship Chandlery. 
Yacht Service Night and Day. 



Hardisty St. and Subway 



Ft. William, Ont. 



ST. LOUIS HOTEL 

C. E. Keenan, Proprietor 

AMERICAN PLAN 
Rales $2.00 Per Day 

Rooms with Running Hot and Cold Water 

Bus meets all Trains and Boats 

Bar Stocked with Pure Liquors 



Fort William 



ONTARIO 






THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 431 

CHARLES MAY 

GENERAL HARDWARE 

PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES 

Ship Chandlery, Painters* and Builders^ SuppUet 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 

Phone No. 11 

RECOR & SMITH 

Dealers in General Hardware and Farm Implements, lyeads 

and Oils, B. P. S., Mixed Paints and Varnishes, 

Marine Rope, Shippers of Hay and Oats 

Agents for Ford Automobiles 

ST. CLAIR MICfflGAN 

Captain Frank Currier 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 

FERRYMAN NIQHT AND DAY 

Four whistles will get him any time in day 
Wire will catch your boat any time at night 

LAUNCH MARY C 



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432 



HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



SUPERIOR, WIS. 

1. Belt Line Elevator. 

2. Berwlnd Fuel Co. 

3. Carne&ie Dock & Fuel Co., Dock No. 1. 

4. C. M. St. P. & O. Freight Sheds. 

5. Daisy Flour Mills. 

6. Globe Elevator. 

7. Great Lakes COal & Dock Co. 

8. Great Northern, "Elevator." 

9. Great Northern, "Ore docks." 

10. Great Northern, "Rail dock." 

11. Great Northern, "Warehouse." 

12. Hanna Dock Co., M. A. 

13. Island Creek Coal Dock Co., No. 2. 

14. Itasca Elevator. 

15. Liehigh Valley Coal Dock. 
29. Morton Salt Co. 

16. North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 1. 

17. North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 2. 

18. North Western Fuel Co., Dock No. 3. 

19. Northern Coal & Dock Co., (Osborn). 

20. Philadelphia & Reading Coal Dock. 

21. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Dock No. 5. 

22. Reiss Coal Co., C Dock No. 3. 

23. Reiss Coal Co., C Dock No. 4. 

24. Soo Line Ore Docks. 

25. Sunday Creek Coal Co. 

26. Superior Manufacturing Co. 

27. Superior Shipbuilding Co. 

28. Terminal Elevators K <& L. 

DULUTH, MINN. 

1. Alger- Smith & Co., Lumber dock. 

2. Alger-Smith & Co., Lumber dock. 



3. Berwind Fuel Co. 

4. Boston Coal II>ock i 
34. Cana.dian Northern 

5. Capital Elevator. 

6. Carnegie Coal Docl 

7. Clark & Jackson, 

8. Clarkson Coal & I 

9. Consolidated Elevat 

10. Consolidated Eleval 

11. Cutler & Co., D. G 

12. C. M. St. P. & O. ] 

13. Duluth, Missabe 
dock." 

14. Duluth, Missabe & 
dock." 

15. Duluth, Missabe 
docks." 

16. Island Creek Coal 

32. Kelly Island Lime ' 

17. Marshall -Wells Har 

33. Mullery & McDonal 

18. North Western Fud 

19. Northern Pacific, "I 

20. Northern Pacific, "I 

21. Northern Pacific, F 

22. Northern Pacific, "I 

23. Northern Pacific, "I 

24. Northern Pacific, "'. 

25. Peavey Elevator. 

26. Pittsburgh Coal Do 

27. Pittsburgh ^Joal Da 

28. Red Cliff Lumber C 

29. Soo Line, "Freight/^ 

30. Virginia & Rainey ' 

31. Zenith Furnace Co. 




HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 



433 




Wharf Co. 
Lumber Dock. 

No. 2. 
umber dock. 
KJk Co. 

•B. C. D. & G." 
•H. E. & :f." 

reight Sheds. 

: Northern, "Coal 

.Northern, "Lumber 

Northern, 

ock No. 1. 

0. 

ware Co. 
Forwarding Co. 
Co. 

reight shed No. 2." 
•eight shed No. 4," 
Bight shed No. 5." 
•eight shed No. 6. 
imber dock." 
ail dock." 

<. No. 1. 

: No. 7. 

., Lumber dock. 

eds." 

«,ke Lumber Co. 



Copyrighted 1915. By 
Fred W. Green 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Copyrighted U. S. Patent Office 



PRESERVO 

Thoroughly Water-proofs, positively Mildew-proofs. Hatch Covers 
and all Cotton Goods. Makes them soft and pliable in any climate. 
Ice will not adhere to the goods in winter. Water rolls off it like 
from a duck's back. Beware of imitations. 



Invented and Manufactured By 



W. B. ROBESON 



PORT HURON, MICH. 



ONCE THERE WAS AN ENGUSHMAN 

who said he knew two tunes —one was "God Save the 
Queen,*' and the other wasn't. 

There are two kinds of coaling docks in this river region — 
one kind is John E. Miller & Son's, and the other kind isn't. 

Head in, Captain, and we'll show you a service that 
doesn't lag a minute— an alertness that bespeaks the 1915 
spirit — a quickness that forestalls the usual waste of money, 
time and temper. Just below the tunnel ; half mile below 
Middle Ground; 600 ft. frontage; 21 ft. of water; 3 pockets 
of 35, 50 and 75 tons each; revolving derrick with ton 
buckets. Best grades Pittsburg and Youghiogheny three- 
quarter steam lump. Buckets filled from gravity bins. 

24 hour-a-day service We'll thank you for a trial ; 

A Service to swear by instead of at. then you'll thank us. 

MILLER'S COAL DOCK 

John E. Miller & Son J. K. Fellows, Manager 

PORT HURON, MICH. 



THE SHIP MASTER^' ASSOCIATION 435 



The Henry Thiele Company 

CONTRACT OePARTMENT 

BOAT OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY 



LINOLEUMS, CA RPETS, MA TTRESSES, 
SPRiNQS, COMFORTERS, PILLOWS, ETC. 



Feathers, mattresses and carpets cleaned and 
renovated. Upholstering and repairing furniture 



HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR NEW FEATHERS 
Tel. Grand 1654 531 Chestnut Street 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Phone. Cedar 1861 J 

H. Ritter & Son 

We Handle 

Laundry, Ice and we sell Groceries and Meats 
Marine Supplies a Specialty 

3558 W. Jeff Avenue RIVER ROUGE, MICH. 

THE WEST SIDE LEADER 

THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST 

GROCERY AND MARKET 

ON THE WEST SIDE 

Frank Zahrobsky, Prop. 

Ships. Restaurant and Boarding House Supplies, Retail in Wholesale 
Prices. Orders Promptly delivered. lyong Distance telephone, Canal 692 

2344 So. Hoyne Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 



436 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS OF LAKE VESSELS 



List of vessels arranged according to name of Captain. 



Abyssinia (Bge.)— T. K. Wood- 
ward. 
A. D. (Bge.) — Modeste Leboeuf. 
Adams, Cuyler — ^W. Stevenson. 
Adams, Thomas — Thos. Bennett. 
Adriatic — BYank Randall. 
Advance — J. V. Norris. 
Agnes W. — A. C. Wanvig. 
Agassiz, R. L. — George B. Brock. 
Agawa — J. A. Brown. 
Agnew, Wm. C. — Chas. B. Galton. 
Alabama — ^W. E. Franklin. 
Alaska — Joseph E. Mahon. 
Alberta — Frank J. Davis. 
Aletha — Jas. Crawford. 
Alexandria — ^Wm. Bloomfield. 
Algonquin — Fred R. Johnston. 
Allegheny — H. Cronkite. 
Aloha (Bge.) — W. J. Hayes. 
Alpena — C. L. Atkinson. 
Amazon — J. C. Hays. 
America — ^A. Mouck. 
America — E. C. Smith. 
America — C. J. Hinckley. 
Americana — Alfred Johnson. 
Ames, Ward — J. S. Neal. 
Andaste — W. H. Cousins. 
Anderson, Alex. (Sch.) — R. Burns. 
Andrews, Matthew — Jos. Lampoh. 
Angeline — F. D. Perew. 
Ann Arbor 3 — Chas. E. Robertson. 
Ann Arbor 4 — ^Alex L. Larson. 
Ann Arbor 5— B. F. TuUedge. 
vxcturus — J. L. Weeks. 



Arenac (Bge.) — R. D. Taylor. 
Argo— W. U. Randall. 
Ariel— W. H. Carr. 
Arizona — C. C. Fowler. 
Arizona — T. Lindale. 
Arrow, W. — Harry B^rie. 
Arthur (Bge.) — Knute Pederson. 
Arthur (Sch.) — J. H. Peacock. 
Ashland (Bge.) — J. P. Johnson. 
Ashley, J. S. — M. G. Mcintosh. 
Ashtabula — B. T. Hagenson. 
Assiniboia — James McCannel. 
Athabasca — John B. Currie. 
Athens (Bge.) — Chas. Ryckman. 
Atikokan — ^W. J. Brown. 
Augustus (Bge.)^T. L. Leduc. 
Augustus, A. A. — E. Detlefs. 
Aurora (Bge.) — Louis Fox. 
Averell — John Smith. 

Bacon, Melvin S. (Sch.) — ^Wm. 

McQuinn. 
Baker, Geo. F. — George Bell. 
Ball, Frank C. — E. Warwick. 
Barium, John J. — ^A. J. Mahon. 
Barium, John J. (Bge.) — ^Alex. 

Sharrow. 
Barium, Thomas — R. A. Cain. 
Barnum — Peter Green. 
Barth, L. L. — John Hayes. 
Bartow, J. H.— A. E. White. 
Beard, James — Geo. Waugh. 
Beattie, Chas. S. — H. McKenzie. 
Beaverton — O. Patterson. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



437 



Bell, Isaac L. — J. H. Denner. 
Belleville — Jos. Rinfret. 
Bennington — ^W. S. Shay. 
Berry, B. F.— C. C. Balfour. 
Berwind, Harry A. — ^Wm. Landon. 
Bessemer, Sir Henry — A. Mon- 
tague. 

Bethlehem — Archie A. McMaugh. 

Bielman, C. P., Jr. (Mall Boat)— 
J. Flaherty. 

Binghamton — R. B. Wilkinson. 

Bixby, W. K.— S. B. Worden. 

Black, Geo. A. — P. D. Selee. 

Block, Joseph — A. A. Clarke. 

Bloom, Nelson (Bge.) — H. N. 
Jex. 

Boland, John J. — ^John A. Mont- 
gomery. 

Bon Ami — ^Wm. Betts. 

Booth, E. L. — J. H. Madden. 

Bope, H. P. — J. H. Lowes. 

Boston — S. R. Jones. 

Bottsford, R. (Bge.)— A. D. Shel- 
don. 

Boucherville — A. Laviolette. 

Boyce, Geo. J. (Sch.) — N. J. Nor- 
men. 

Bradley, M. A.— H. Winkler. 

Brainard, Katie (Bge.) — George 
Home. 

Bransford — ^Wm. Lohr. 

Brazil— A. McCloud. 

Briton — Chester Massey. 

Brockville — D. B. Christie. 

Brown, Harvey H. — D. Girardin, 
Jr. 

Brown, J. J. H. — S. A. Rand. 

Brown, W. L.— W. W. Eger. 

Brownell, G. F.— C. W. Watson. 

Bryn Mawr (Bge.) — Geo. P. Ken- 
dall. 



Buckley, Edward — Fred Gunder- 
son. 

Buell, F. R. — Hugh O'Hagan. 

Buffalo — John Kennedy. 

Buffington, E. J. — Richard Jollie. 

Bunsen, R. W. E. — S. E. Meeker. 

Burke, D. J. (Tug) — B. Nicholas. 

Burlington — Geo. Kinch. 

Burma (Bge.) W. Leduc. 

Butler, Jos. G., Jr. — James Mur- 
phy. 

Butters, Marshall F. — C. E. Mc- 

Clure. 
Byers, A. M. — A. Craigie. 

Cadwell — Jos. Bassett. 
Calcite — ^J. W. Parsons. 
Caldera— C. S. Ellis. 
Calgary — J. H. Solery. 
Calumet — E. D. Ballentlne. 
Canadiana — Geo. S. Riley. 
Canisteo — Geo. Snook. 
Canobie — L. Pregent. 
Canopus — ^A. R. Beall. 
Caribou — ^A. A. Batten. 
Carleton — E. Groulx. 
Carolina — D. J. McGarity. 
Carrington — H. M. Saveland. 
Carter, E. D.— C. H. Wilson, Sr. 
Carter, W. J. — O. T. Oleson. 
Cascapedia — John Heam. 
Case— W. J. WUloughby. 
Case, J. I. (Bge.)— Theo. Birk- 
land. 

Caspian — John J. Jarrell. 
Castalia — W. L. Girardin. 
Centurion — P. A. Anderson. 
Cepheus — George Dupuie. 
Cetus — B. F. Ogden. 
Chamberlin, C. W.— B. W. Mor- 
gan. 



438 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Champlain — P. A. Dupuis. 
Chattanooga (Sch.) — M. P. Tufve- 
son. 

Cherokee — J. C. Garey. 

Chicago — Henry Murphy. 

Chicago — Geo. Brookhyser. 

Chickamauga (Bge.) — G. Mackie. 

Chief Wawatam — Capt. Robert- 
son. 

Chinock — Paul Gagne. 

Chipman, Susie — N. A. Gunder- 
son. 

Chippewa — ^Wm. McCarty. 

Chrisholm, Alva S., Jr. — A. Geisen- 
dorfer. 

Choctaw — Charles Fox. 

Christie, T. S. — Hans Hansen. 

Christopher— W. E. Wnght. 

Christopher Columbus — C. E. 
Moody. 

City of Alpena II — John Light- 
body. 

City of Bangor— A. M. Williams. 

City of Benton Harbor — A. J. 
Simons. 

City of Berlin — John T. Hanson. 

City of Buffalo— W. H. Smith. 

City of Cheboygan — ^A. R. Graves. 

City of Cleveland III— E. Hay- 
ward. 

City of Detroit III— P. J. Simpson. 

City of Detroit II — S. O. Robinson. 

City of Erie— Ed. S. Pickel. 

City of Grand Rapids— M. P. 
Morgan. 

City of Mackinac II — ^Lee DeNlke. 

City of Marquette — Roland D. 
Hill. 

City of Midland— J. D. Mont- 
gomery. 

City of Naples — P. P. Powrie. 



City of Sheboygan — Hans Peter- 
son. 

City of South Haven — P. A. 
Dority. 

City of St. Ignace — John Hyatt. 

City of St. Joseph — Oscar Bjork. 

City of Toledo — John Stover. 

Clement, S. M.— J. W. Galton. 

Clinton — Mike Hetrick. 

Codorus — P. Pardee. 

Cole, Thomas P. — M. K. Chamber- 
lain. 

Collinge — Prank Peterson. 

Collingwood — P. Scott. 

Colonel — William K. Nesbitt. 

Commodore (Bge.) — Frank Desot. 

Compton — B. Bowen. 

Conemaugh — J. Lehan. 

Congdon, Chester A — C. Autter- 
son. 

Conger, O. D.— W. S. Major. 

Congercoal — Chas. Wakely, 

Constitution (Bge.) — P. A. Mal- 
lette. 

Cooke, Delos W. — John C. Clarke. 

Coralia — David Bouille. 

Corey, Wm. E.— H. G. Harbottle. 

Corliss, Geo. (Bge.)— H. M. White. 

Cornelius, A. E. — James G. Her- 
bert. 

Cornell— A. C. Smith. 

Coming, Ida (Bge.) — ^Alfred Kel- 
ler. 

Corrigan — J. R. Hesson. 

Corsica — Severn Nelson. 

Cort, Henry — Geo. Lane. 

Corvus — ^A. W. Holmes. 

Craig, Geo. L. — D. J. Duncanson. 

Crawford, (Tug)— W. M. Tyson. 

Crawford, G. G.— W. C. Her. 

Crawford, W. D.— B. M. Landfair. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



439 



Crerar, John — Chas. Bennett. 
Crescent City — H. Culp. 
Crete— Wm. A. Williams. 
Crosby, E. G. — P. Richardson. 
Crowe, G. R. — J. H. Hudson. 
Curry, S. S. — W. R. Neal. 
Cutler, D. G. (Bge.) — Carl Jorgen- 

son. 
Cygnus — Robert Recor. 

Dahlke, H. — Frank Butler. 
Dalhousie City— J. W. Maddich. 
Dalton, H. G. — Fred C. Hector. 
Davidson, A. D. — Chas. W. Babb. 
Davidson, James E. — ^W. C. Jones. 
Davidson, Louis R. — Hugh Mc- 

Cann. 
Davock, Wm. B. — ^J. M. Duddle- 

son. 

Dayton (Bge.) — R. Briggs. 
Delaware — F. Blum. 
Delta (Bge.) — John Bates. 
Derbyshire, Senator — ^A. Paten- 

aude. 
Detroit — R. Aiken and P. A. 

Huntoon. 
Dickson, Wm. B.— W. H. Moody. 
Dimmick, J. K. — ^Wm. Jagenow. 
Dinkey, Alva C. — ^W. J. Hunt. 
Dobbins, D. P. (Bge.)— T. Mc- 

Ewan. 

Donaldson, J. A. — Thomas Beggs. 
Donaldson, J. P. — Chas. Rattray. 
Donner, W. H. — O. J. Soleau. 
Dormer, Grace — Eugene Goodwin. 
Drummond, Thos. J. — ^A. Mcln- 

tyre. 
Duluth — H. S. Dennis. 
Dunham, James S — ^Frank C. 

Pratt. 
Dunmore (Bge.) — I. Deoust. 
Dwyer, W. H.— J. P. McLeod. 



Eads, James B. — ^J. C. Bell. 
Earling, E. J.— D. C. Sullivan. 
Eastern States — Dan McKay. 
Eastland — H. Pederson. 
Easton — D. N. Laroche. 
Easton — Gustave Ege. 
Eddy Selwyn — John Larson. 
Edenborn, Wm. — F. J. Cullen. 
Edmonton — ^H. Ma^Uand. 
Edwards, J. R. (Bge.) — Roy Tous- 

ley. 
Elba— C. H. Woodford. 
Ellwood, Sir Isaac — G. H. Bowen. 
Elphicke, Mary C. — J. T. Autter- 

son. 
Elva — J. H. Stewart. 
Empire City — C. S. Boyce. 
England, R. W. — E. W. May. 
Ericsson, John — P. H. Dunn. 
Ewen, F. D. (Bge.) — ^Aime Mon- 

ette. 

Fairbairn, Sir Wm. — Allen Collins. 

Fairmont— Wm. Liddell. 

Farrell, James A. — F. A. Bailey. 

Fassett, T. S. — Thos. Quinn. 

Filbert, Wm. J.— A. J. Talbot. 

Filer, D. L. (Bge.)— John Matte- 
son. 

Fillmore, C. J. (Bge.)— J. Hag- 
gerty. 

Fisher, E. L. — Geo. L. Cottrell. 

Fitch, W. F.— R. D. Peltier. 

Fitzgerald, Wm. E.— A. C. Callam. 

Plogg, G. A. — ^A. H. Hartman. 

Follette, James W. — Chas. D. Ben- 
nett. 

Ford, J. C. — ^Norman Maguire. 

Ford River (Sch.) — Chauncey 
Daryaw. 

Foster, I. N. — Eli Olsen. 

Franz, W. C— W. C. Gordan. 



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French, G. Watson — J. M. Brines. 
Frick, Henry C— W. H. Kilby. 
Fritz, John (Bge.) — R. Thompson. 
Frontenac — H. A. Murphy. 
Fryer, Robt. L. (Bge.)— Emil 

Christin. 
Fulton, Robert — George Reece. 

Garden City — =J. Blanchard. 
Garretson, Gen. — E. R. Morton. 
Gary, E. H. — George Holdridge. 
Gates, John W. — J. Noble. 
Gaun, Thomas — Julius Lawrence. 
Genoa (Bge.) — C. J. Garlock. 
Georger, F. A. (Sch.) — Samuel 

Leboeuf. 
Georgia — M. D. Mackey. 
German — H. W. McEwen. 
Germanic — F. G. Moles. 
Gettysburg — Capt. Gonyaw. 
Gill, Alice M. — J. M. Peterson. 
Gladys, H. (Bge.) — Leonel Leduc. 
Glenfinnan — ^Walter Linton. 
Glenfoyle— Wm. Taylor. 
Glenlivet — F. Barloe. 
Glenmavis — James Dix. 
Glenmount — H. Peters. 
Glenyon — ^A. Hudson. 
Glenshee — ^Wm. Levifue. 
Godfrey, J. — A. C. Louden. 
Gogebic — C. L. McDougall. 
Golden Age (Bge.) — G. E. Nelson: 
Gould, Jay— C. T. Clarke. 
Goulder, Harvey D. — H. Davidson. 
Graham, George A. — P. Mclntyre. 
Grammer, G. J. — Thomas Burns. 
Grand Haven — Thomas Trail. 
Green, C. H. — J. F. Sheehan. 
Greene, M. T. — L. F. LaFey. 
Griffin — Wilson MacGregor. 
Groh, Mary — Edward Ohlemacher. 
Gunnell, E. — Edwin Curran. 



Hagarty, J. H. G. — Samuel Hill. 
Hall, Henry B.— D. A. Kiah. 
Hall, Stephen C. — Grant Home. 
Hamilton (Bge.) — A. Hebert. 
Hamonic — A. L. Campbell. 
Hanna, Howard M., Jr. — John Bab- 
bitt. 

Hanna, D. R. — S. B. Massey. 
Hanna, L. C. — George McGarry. 
Hart, Eugene C. — Jno. G. Mc- 

Carty. 
Hart, F. W.— W. S. Ritchie. 
Hartnell, George E. (Bge.)— W. J. 

Pizer. 
Hartwell, Fred G.— Wm. Maltby. 
Hausler, M. G. — Walter Campbell. 
Harvard — C. A. Weitzman. 
Harvester, The — ^Wm. Smith. 
Harvey — M. A. Larrabee. 
Haskell — E. A. Dubrule. 
Hawgood, H. B. — A. C. May. 
Hazard, Wm. A. — Jas. Cottrell. 
Hebard, Chas. S. — C. H. Francke. 
Heffeinnger, F. T.— T. N. Conlin. 
Heiden, Charles — Daniel MacFar- 

lane. 

Helen, C— Wm. C. Zeim. 
Helvetia (Bge.)— Olaf Steffensen. 
Hemlock — L. J. Lavely. 
Hennepin — Jos. A. Brownell. 
Hettler, Herman H. — R. T. Evans. 
Hill, J. J. — A. C. Hansen. 
Hilton — W. Hamilton. 
Hinckley — ^A. R. Hinckley. 
Hines, L. Edward — K. McKenzie. 
Holland, N. C. (Bge.)— J. W. Hall. 
Holley, Alexander (Bge.) — Chas. 

L. Wilson. 
Holmes, E. F. — C. D. Brown. 
Hoover & Mason — ^W. C. Brown. 
Horn, Chas. — Cris Edwardsen. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



441 



Houghton, Douglas — J. T. Gem- 

mel. 
House, F. E. — J. F. Parke. 
Howe, Geo. C. — Frank P. Russell. 
Hoyt, James H. — G. A. MacAulay. 
Hubbard, C. Russell — H. S. Lyons. 
Huron— W. D. McClinton. 
Huron — ^W. H. Yates. 
Huron — M. Bansette & O. La- 

londe. 
Huron — A. T. May. 
Huron City — J. E. Reynolds. 
Huronie — ^A. M. Wright. 
Hutchinson, Chas. L. — Frank P. 

Powell. 
Hutchinson, J. T. — J. H. Smith. 

Illinois — J. Stufflebeam. 
Imperial — H. C. Mimms. 
Imperoyal — N. Scott. 
India — ij. Beaupre. 
Indiana — J. A. Wilson. 
Indus — W. B. McI>onald. 
Inland — Robt. Laing. 
Interlaken (Bge.) — Carl Johnson, 
locoma — G. T. Cross. 
Ionic — O. M. Wing. 
Ireland, Robert L. — J. W. Ehrhart. 
Iron Cliff (Bge.) — Alex Sharrow. 
Iroquois — D. A. Kennedy. 
Isabella H. (Bge.) — ^A. C. Nelson. 
Iselin, Adrian — D. Hourigan. 
Ishpeming — C. A. Anderson. 
Islander — Frank McCarty. 

Jackson, G. K. (Bge.) — John 

Joyce. 
Jenkins, Chas. O. — F. B. Chilson. 
Jenks, J. M. — ^W. A. Ashley. 
Jenney, W. L. (Bge.) — Donald 

Graham. 
Jessie — Hiram Welcher. 



Jex, H. N. — T. Emig. 
Jones, B. F. — R. W. England. 
Jones, P. P. — H. M. Russell. 
Judd, E. T. (Bge.)— R. W. Jex. 
Juniata — E. McKenzie. 
Jupiter — J. N. Morrison. 

Kalkaska — Frank Elliott. 

Kaministiquia — E. L. Stephen. 

Kansas — ^J. Thorpe. 

Katie H. (Bge.) — Jos. Poirier. 

Kearsarge — ^Wm. Baxter. 

Keefe, J. S. — Dan Barry. 

Keewatin — Malcolm McPhee. 

Kelley Island — E. B. Senor. 

Kelley, M6rman (Bge.) — ^W. Han- 
nell. 

Kendall, Harvey J. — H. J. Ken- 
dall. 

Kennedy, Hugh — ^Harvey Stewart. 

Kensington — David Elliott. 

Kerr, D. G. — T. A. McDougall. 

Ketcham, J. B. II — ^A. Foote. 

Keybell — J. Murray. 

Keynor — ^James Martin. 

Keyport — Jno. MuUin. 

Keyvive — Geo. Bunting. 

Keywest — ^A. Barrett. 

King, George— W. E. Smith. 

King, W. L.— Fred Reid. 

Kinmount — J. Wood. 

Kirby, Frank E.— Fred H. Pauls. 

Kirby, S. R.— Oliver Pitts. 

Knapp, F. M. (Bge.) — John Booth. 

Kopp, Jacob T. — James Heffer- 
nan. 

Kotcher, Chas. W. — J. B. Rinn. 

Krupp, Alfred (Bge.) — ^P. Gustof- 
son. 

LaBelle — G. D. Tulian. 
Lackawanna — ^James HeaJy. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Lakeland — Alex McCowan. 
Lake Michigan — T. Heffernan. 
Lakeport — R. H. Knapp. 
Lakewood — J. C. McLean. 
Lambert, John — Emmett Quack- 
enbush. 

Langell, Simon — Guy Gue. 
Langell Boys — Bert Payea. 
Landsdowne — H. Oldenburg & 

Jno. Jackson. 
LaSalle — G. A. Montgomery. 
Laughlin, James — M. G. Allen. 
Laurentian — Jos. Boucher. 
Lehigh — Murray Bostwick. 
Leopold, N. F. — Joseph Matthews. 
Lewiston — O. Nelson. 
Linden — Wm. J. Cowles. 
Linn, Wm. R. — J. N. Rolf son. 
Little, C. H.— W. J. Ames. 
Livingston — H. Oertling, Jr. 
Livingston, Wm. — Chas. Tousley. 
Lozen, J. B. (Bge.) — J. F. Lozen. 
Lupus — E. A. Evanson. 
Luzon— W. W. Wilkins. 
Lynch, Thomas — J. Nahrstedt. 
Lyon Chas. — ^Wm. Henry. 

McCuUough, J. G.— Robert B. Wil- 
kinson. 

McDougall, Alex — H. D. McLeod. 

McGregor, Mary A. — G. F. For- 
rest. 

Mcintosh, H. P.— L. S. Tilden. 

McKee, J. A. — H. C. Wingrove. 

McKerchey, John M. — Wm. Mc- 
Guire. 

McKinney, Price— E. C. Van Pat- 
ten. 

McVea, Charles — N. W. Napier. 

Mack, Wm. S. — Wm. Ferguson. 
MacTier, A. D. — S. V. Anderson. 



M'^gna (Bge.) — A. S. Hand. 
Mahoning — A. McKenzie. 
Maip. (Bge.) — Arnold Nordahl. 
Maida (Bge.) — Wm. McDonald. 
Maitland, A. (Bge.) — S. Brines. 
Majestic — J. D. Montgomery. 
Major — U. Carson. 
Malietoa— H. T. Kelley. 
Manchester, G. — Everett Zwemer. 
Manda (Bge.) — Charles Gordon. 
Manila (Bge.) — Geo. J. Malonoy. 
Manistique — W. C. Sparling. 
Manitoba — John Mclntyre. 
Manitou — W. F. Finucan. 
Manitou — N. J. McCoy. 
Manola — E. F. Barnard. 
Marcia (Bge.) — C. G. Benson. 
Maricopa — G. M. Ackley. 
Marion — F. O. Johnson. 
Mariposa — Geo. Ames. 
Maritana — Chas. Thrasher. 
Marquette & Bessemer No. 1 — M. 
M. Rowan. 

Marquette & Bessemer No. 2 — 

John Van Buskirk. 
Marsala (Bge.) — James N. Ames. 
Marshall, A. M. — T. B. Greenway. 
Marshall, Samuel — ^W. A. Tulloch. 
Martha (Bge.) — George Young. 
Maruba— W. C. Reid. 
Mary — John Pearson. 
Maryland — Timothy Kelley. 
Masaba — J. A. Smith. 
Mataafa — A. R. Thomson. 
Mather, Samuel (Small) — J. A. 

Smith. 

Mather, Samuel — L. W. Stone. 
Mather, Wm. G.— F. A. West. 
Matthews, Jennie — ^Jos. Mills. 
Matthews, W. D. — Wm. Cunning- 
ham. 



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443 



Mauch Chunk — C. S. Furey. 
Maunaloa — Geo. Burt. 
Maywood— W. E. Hill. 
Meacham, D. B. — B. J. Gallagher. 
Meaford — W. A. Richmond. 
Mecosta — W. E. Moore. 
Melrose (Bge.) — L. Benoit. 
Mercur, Fred — Sidney LeBeau. 
Merida — H. L. Jones. 
Michigan — T. E. Murray. 
Michipicotin — E. Raber. 
Middlesex (Sch.) — Henry Brock. 
Milinokett— W. G. Rogers. 
Miller, Leonard B. — Wm. Hagan. 
Miller, P. P. — Frank Weinheimer. 
Mills, David W.— Dan Warwick. 
Mills, D. O. — James Jackson. 
Mills, Robert— J. S. Shackett. 
Milwaukee — C. A. Lyman. 
Minch, Anna C. — J. W. Kelley. 
Minch. Phillip— H. W. Stewart. 
Minch, Sophia (Bge.) — Thos. Mc- 
Ewen. 

Mingoe (Bge.) — l^eter Keisch- 
gens. 

Minneapolis — R. C. Patterson. 
Minnesota — G. Johnson. 
Missouri — W. A. Bright. 
Mitchell, Forster W. (Sch.)— 
Arthur Lake. 

Mohegan — James Cunningham. 

Moll, C. F.— William Burns. 

Montreal — F. X. La France. 

Moore, W. K. (Bge.)— J. Thody. 

Morden, R. Grant — N. Campbell. 

Morgan, J. P. — John Burns. 

Morgan, J. P., Jr. — C. Gegen- 
heimer. 

Morrell, D. J.— P. L. Millen. 

Morrow, Joe S. — Geo. W. Hay- 
ward. 



7 Morse, S. F. B.— U. P. McElroy. 
Morse, J. C. — A. H. Reed. 
I Mullen, Martin — Jas. F. Goodwin. 
I Muncy — F. Nelson. 
^ Munro, J. C. — Alex Johnston. 
^ Murphy, Simon J. — ^A. W. Bur- 
rows. 

Nasmyth, James (Bge.) — ^Wm. H. 
Dick. 

Neebing — John Ewart. 

Neff, Chas. F. — John A. Doak. 

Neff, Signey O.— John Messner. 

Neilson, James B. — F. W. Light. 

Neptune — Kenneth McRae. 

Nessen, N. J. — ^John Eble. 

New Island Wanderer — W. C. 
Hudson. 

Niagara — Patrick Williamson. 

Niko — Ralph Meyers. 

Normandie — Ralph Pringle. 

Normania— C. W. WOlett. 

Noronic — R. D. Foote. 

Norris, Alice B. (Bge.) — J. O. 
Roberson. 

Northern King — ^W. H. Stevenson. 

Northern Light — Peter Hay. 

Northern Queen — George B. Craw- 
ford. 

Northern Wave — Neil Anderson. 

North American — Geo. M. Cum- 
mings. 

North Lake — Peter Thompson. 

Northmount — J. Sutherland. 

North Sea— E. C. Leath. 

North Star— E. B. Blair. 

North Wind — Thomas Stevenson. 

Norton, D. Z.— Richard Call. 

Norwalk — Frank Groodrow. 

Nye, Harold B. — C. L. Seelye. 

Oades, John — H. M. Boyce. 
Oak Leaf (Bge.) — Ernest Bohn. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Octorara — J. Martin. 
Odanah — ^A. M. Jenkyn. 
Ogdenburg — W. S. McQueen. 
Ogemaw — W. E. Pierce. 
Oglebay, E. W.~Chas. A. Molir. 
Ohl, E. N. — ^A. A. Morrison. 
Olcott— J. C. Fox. 
Olcott, W. J. — ^A. R. Robinson. 
Omega — M. W. Humphrey. 
137 (Bge.) — Ivar Larson. 
Onoko — ^Wm. R. Dunn. 
Ontario — ^J. Carney. 
Ontario — ^W. A. DeLand. 
Orr, Arthur — John Simons. 
Ort George N. — Herman Jaenke. 
Orton, M. E. — H. McAuley. 
Osbom, Chas. S. (Tug)— Walter 

Pringle. 
Osbom, A. W.— W. F. Gardner. 
Osbom, Frank C. — John E. Mac- 

Intosli. 
Osier, E. B. — C. E. Robinson. 
Ossifrage — T. J. Stockwell. 
Owego— W. M. Cottrell. 
Owen, G. B. (Bge.)— J. H. Trudo. 
Owen, John — Otto Gentz. 

Pahlow, Louis — J. F. Higgle. 
Paine, Wm. A. — U. S. Cody. 
Paipoonge — J. N. Foote. 
Paliki— R. G. Bassett. 
Palmer, Wm. P. — ^A. P. Chambers. 
Panay — C. H. Wilson, Jr. 
Parent, S. N. — Frank H. Johnson. 
Parks, O. E.— L. A. Ellis. 
Pathfinder — P. A. Peterson. 
Pawnee — James Cassin. 
Peavey, Frank H. — ^W. Chamber- 
lain. 
Pellatt, H. M.— Wm. Kelley. 
Penobscott — ^Wm. Stevenson. 
Pentland — A. R. Dickson. 



Pere Marquette — Esten Bahle. 
Pere Marquette 3 — H. L. Hoxie. 
Pere Marquette 4 — D. Magnes. 
Pere Marquette 5 — H. C. McCan- 

ly. 

Pere Marquette 6 — ^John Smith. 

Pere Marquette 7 — ^W. H. Van 
Dyke. 

Pere 'Marquette 8 — Michael Mar- 
tin. 

Pere Marquette 17 — ^W. H. La- 
Fleur. 

Pere Marquette 18 — ^J. C. Acker- 
man. 

Pere Marquette 19 — J. G. Craw- 
ford. 

Pere Marquette 20 — Neil Mac 
Isaac. 

Perkins, Geo. W.— W. S. Hoag. 
Perseus — James B. Lyons. 
Petoskey — ^W. J. Petroskey. 
Phenix — Henry Russell. 
Philbin, D. M.— A. R. Morse. 
Philippe, Louis — A. Mandeville. 
Phipps, Henry — R. F. Humble. 
Plankinton, John — ^W. J. Mackln. 
Poe, General O. M. — Geo. McCal- 

lum. 
Pollack, W. G. — George Swails. 
Polynesia — A. E. McGregor. 
Pontiac — W. T. Mooney. 
Pope, E. C. — R. M. Leonard. 
Port Colborne — W. Steenes. 
Port Dalhousie — ^J. Napier. 
Powell, L. G. — Thos. Fowler. 
Prentice, J. H.— H. Brown. 
Presque Isle — J. A. Stewart. 
Princeton — Geo. Randolph. 
Purcer — D. Kennedy. 
Puritan — J. M. Crawford. 
Put-In-Bay — A. J. Fox. 



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445 



Quebec — L. R. Demers. 
Quebec (Bge.) — ^Wm. Lalonde. 
Queen City — E. L. Sawyer. 

Racine — ^J. Chambers. 

Ramona — ^E. M. Charlebois. 

Ranney, Rufus P. — C. R. Baker. 

Rapids Prince — Geo. Batten. 

Rapids Queen — J. P. Stephenson. 

Ream, Norman B. — C. J. Grant. 

Recor, E. P. — O. E. Meyers. 

Redfern, C. E. (Bge.)— Eli 
Jacques. 

Redington, Nellie (Bge.) — ^John 
Thurston. 

Reed, J. H. — Nelson Brown. 

Rees, W. D. — la. J. Francis. 

Reiss, John P. — Jas. Donner. 

Reiss, Peter — C. P. Hahn. 

Rensselaer — ^J. A. Ferguson. 

Republic — H. Wendorf. 

Reserve — M. Lightbody. 

Rhodes, J. W. — F. N. Watts. 

Rhodes, R. R. — ^W. H. Ransom. 

Rhodes, W. C. — ^Walter Robinson. 

Richardson, G. A. — J. C. Hearney. 

Robbins, F. L. — D. M. Post. 

Robbins, S. H. — John Milne. 

Roberts,Percival, Jr. — S. C. Allen, 

Roberval — P. Eligh. 

Robinson, Lucius W. — Wm. A. 
Russell. 

Rochester — Edw. E. Taylor. 

Rochester — D. Gillies.' 

Rockefeller, Frank — Daniel Mur- 
phy. 

Roebling, John A. (Bge.)— W. F. 
Cottrell. 

Rogers, H. H. — F. Rice. 

Rogers, W. A. — J. L. Mcintosh. 

Rolph, John — ^Arthur Cousins. 

Roman — ^Wm. Milliken. 



Roosevelt, Theodore — D. Mac- 
Lean. 
Rosemount — Geo. Graham. 
Roumania —Carl Carlson. 
Rugee, John — John J. Powers. 
Runnels, H. E. — Sam Christopher. 
RutlaniJ — Fred Lovesless. 

St. Clair— Geo. Trimble. 
St. Irenee — ^Wilfrid Gagne. 
St. Joseph — James Birmingham. 
St. Lawrence — John Bertrand. 
St. Paul — Iver Rolseng. 
Sachem — Geo. H. Ferguson. 
Sagamore (Bge.) — John Ohman. 
Sagenuay — Jos. Simard. 
Sands, Isabella (Bge.) — M. Mc- 
Donald. 

Santiago (Bge.) — A. Mills. 
Saranac — Henry Durker. 
Saunders, E. N. — Samuel Sex- 
smith. 

Saunders, W. B. (Tug) — James 

McKinley. 
Sawyer, Philetus — S. Anderson. 
Sawyer, W. H. — ^W. Canartney. 
Saxon — H. J. Clegg. 
Saxona — ^W. S. Carloss. 
Schiller, Wm. B. — J. La Fran- 

boise. 

Schleisinger, Ferd — E. H. Brow- 

nell. 
Schoolcraft — B. McCaffrey. 
Schuylkill— J. McDonald. 
Scranton — W. W. Shorkey. 
Selkirk (Bge.)— C. Leboeuf, Sr. 
Senator — Charles W. Ernest. 
Seneca — J. D. Greene. 
Shaughnessy, Sh* Thomas — N. B. 

Roach. 
Shaw, Howard L. — G. H. Banker. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Shaw, Q. A. — M. M. Stewart. 
Sheadle, J. H. — S. A. Lyons. 
Shenango — J. F. Jones. 
Sherman, W. A. (Sch.) — Geo. Ab- 
bott. 

Sherwin, John — P. M. Cartwright. 

Sicken, M. — John Kuhn. 

Siemens, Sir Wm. — T. F. Zealand. 

Sierra — G. Warwick. 

Simla — C. Coons. 

Sinaloa — H. Stevenson. 

Sindbad — J. C. McCarty. 

Sirius — Andrew Cowie; 

Smeaton, John (Bge.) — J. R. 
Parker. 

Smith, Edward— C. D. Miller. 

Snyder, Wm. P.— F. H. Ott. 

Snyder, Wm. P., Jr.— T. H. San- 
ders. 

Sonoma — J. MacDonald. 

South American — C. M. Haight. 

Spalding, Jessie — L. A. Gam. 

Spokane — A. W. Henry. 

Squire, F. B. — George Atkinson. 

Stackhouse, Powell — Wm. Megar- 
vey. 

Stanstead — D. McLachlan. 

Stanton. John — C. A. Benham. 

State of New York— W. S. Ken- 
yon. 

Steelton — W. J. Kirk wood. 

Steinbrenner, H. — D. M. Crooker. 

Stephenson, George — A. C. Moser. 

Stephenson, I. Watson — L. H. 
Strahan. 

Stephenson, S. M. — James San- 
ford. 

Stewart, Albert E. — James Mc- 
Carthy. 

Stewart, A. (Bge.) — Fred Cham- 
berlain. 



Stone, Amasa — ^William A. Reed. 
Stormount — Jas. Reoch. 
Sullivan, J. J. — Wm. P. Benham. 
Sultana — R. J. Reid. 
Superior — P. D. Osborne. 
Superior City — W. E. Warner. 
Susquehanna — J. Donahue. 

Tadousac — Jos Dugal. 
Taurus — D. B. Elsey. 
Taylor, J. Frater — R. H. Boyle. 
Teutonia (Bge.) — Harry Law- 
rence. 

Thomas, Sidney G. (Bge.) — John 
Brown. 

Thompson, A,. W. — R. Neville. 
Thompson, a! W. (Bge.) — F. C. 
Hart. 

Thousand Islander— C. H. Ken- 
dall. 

Three Rivers — A. Mondor. 

Tilden,. S. J. (Bge.)— Olo Steft'en- 
sen. 

Tionesta — J. Dougherty. 
Toiler — T. McMann. 
Tokio (Bge.)— W. U. Wood. 
Toltec — Geo. J. Sauer. 
Tomlinson, G. A. — James A. Madi- 
gan. 

ToDeka — S. Brownell. 
Tourist — E. J. Dodge. 
Townsend, E. Y.— Ed. Sullivan. 
Transfer — Geo. Honner & Wm. 
Norvall. 

Transport — Jos. Sharon. 
Trimble, Richard — F. J. Crowley. 
Troy— T. Slattery. 
Truesdale, W. H. — Fred Goodrow* 
Turner, J. J. — Wm. Langell. 
Tuscarora — ^Wm. Williams. 



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447 



Tuxbury, A. C. (Bge.) — ('has, 

Fournier. 
Tyrone (Bge.) — F. E. Johnson. 

Uhrig, Edward A. — M. Anderson. 

Umbria— D. Elliott. 

Ungava (Sch.) — C. Sauve. 

Underwood, F. D. — Charles D. 
Ross. 

Ignited States — Oscar E. Parks. 

Upson, Andrew S. — James Con- 
nolly. 

(Tpson, J. E.— W. W. Dawley. 

Utica — J. Fisher. 

Utley, E. H.— Edward Fitch. 

Van Hise, Chas. R. — W. E. Stover. 
Venus — S. K. Emerson. 
Verona — Elmer Trim. 
Victory — S. W. Mat son. 
Viking — Martin Peterson. 
Virginia — E. E, Redner. 
Vulcan — M. A. Budd. 

Wainwright — D. A. Kendall. 
Wallace, E. L. — Tom Simmons. 
Wallace, Jas. C. — C. C. Stewart. 
Wallace, Robt. — J. A. Connelly. 
Walters, Thos. — Ev. Ennes. 
Walsh. Jas. P. — C. H. Heaton. 
Warner, R. S. — George Levis. 
Warren. Homer — Fred Wood. 
Watson. C. W.— Chas. Plotter. 
Watt, James — C. M. Konkey. 
Warrirer, S. D. (Bge.)— W. 

Jerome. 
Waubic — Geo. W. Kinnee. 
Wells, Fred'k B.— D. T. Sullivan. 
Westerian — Arthur Lefebore. 
Western Star — B. J. Sloan. 



Western States — A. J. McKay. 
Westmount — F. HoweU. 
Weston, Chas. — C. C. Hanley. 
Whitaker, Byron — E. Tremblay. 
White & Friant (Bge.)— John R. 
Carr. 

White, Peter — James Kennedy. 
Wickwire, T. H.— William D. 

Montgomery. 
Wickwire, T. H., Jr. — ^Jas. W. 

Montgomery. 

Widener, P. A. B.— H. J. Regan. 
Widlar, Francis — ^Ed. Bennett. 
Wilpen — Ben Fox. 
Wilkesbarre — ^J. H. McDonald. 
Wilson, Capt. Thos. — Daniel Buie. 
Wilson, Matthew — Thos. McCam- 
bridge. 

Windsor — J. Doyle. 
Winnipeg — Thomas Hefferman. 
Winnipeg (Bge.) — M. Morcu. 
Wisconsin — Geo. T. Laughlin. 
Wissahickon — W. Delaney. 
Wolf, Wm. H.— John D. Wanvig. 
Wolvin, A. B. — John Tower. 
Woods, Frank — Chas. B. Coates. 
Wood, Joseph — A. J. Green. 
Wright, A. P. — P. Larson. 
Wright, A. W. (Bge.)— S. Wil- 
liams. 
Wyandotte — ^W. J. MacLean. 

Yates, Harry — M. S. Peterson. 
Yorkton — R. Alexander. 
Yuma— J. J. Phillips. 

Zapotec (Bge.) — Adelard Monette. 
Zenith City — Henry Walper. 
Zimmerman, Eugene — F. B. Cody. 



448 



HARBORS OF THE GREAT LAKES 




1. Asphalt Block Pavement Co. 

16. C. H. and D. Ry. Co. (Elevator). 

17. C. H. and D. Ry. Co. (Coal Dock). 

18. C. H. and D. Ry. Co. (Ore Dock). 
15. East Side Iron Elevator Co. 

9. Empire Lumber Co. 

3. Gillmore's Dry Dock. 



TOLEDO, 

10. Hocking VaUey Cc 
2. Ironville Coal Doc 

4. Kelsey & Freema 
8. National MilUng < 

5. National Pole Co. 

11. Pennsylvania Doc 



DRINK "ASHLAND" THE BEER 1 



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ind Ore Docks (New). 

Lumber Dock. 
(Elevator.) 

(Old Hocking.) 



19. Schenck Coal Dock, S. C. 

12. Toledo Fuel Co. 

6. Toledo Furnace Co. 

7. Toledo Shipbuilding Co. 

13. Toledo & Ohio Central Ore Dock. 

14. Toledo & Ohio Central Coal Dock. 

Copyrighted 1915. By Fred W. Green 



lAT IS FAMOUS FOR ITS PURITY 



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APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS OF LAKE VESSELS 



List of Captains arranged according to names of vessels. 



Abbott, Geo. — W. A. Sherman 

(Sch.). 
Ackerman, J. C. — Pere Marquette 

18. 

Ackley, G. M. — Maricopa. 

Aiken, R. — Detroit. 

Alexander, R. — Yorkton. 

Allen, M. G. — James Laughlin. 

Allen, S. C. — Percival Roberts, Jr. 

Ames, Geo. — Mariposa. 

Ames, James N. — Marsala (Bge.). 

Ames, W. J. — C. H. Little. 

Anderson, C. A. — Ishpeming. 

Anderson, M. — Edward A. Uhrig. 

Anderson, Neil — Northern Wave. 

Anderson, P. A. — Centurion. 

Anderson, S. — Philetus Sawyer. 

Anderson, S. V. — A. D. MacTier. 

Ashley, W. A. — J. M. Jenks. 

Atkinson, C. L. — Alpena. 

Atkinson, George — F. B. Squire. 

Autterson, C. — Chester A. Cong- 
don. 

Autterson, J. T. — Mary C. El- 
phicke. 

Babb, Chas. W. — A. D. Davidson. 
Babbitt, John — Howard M. Hanna, 

Jr. 
Bahle, Esten — Pere Marquette. 
Bailey, F. A. — James A. Farrell. 
Baker, C. R. — Rufus P. Ranney. 
Balfour, C. C— B. F. Berry. 
Ballentine, E. D. — Calumet. 



Banker, G. H. — Howard L. Shaw. 
Bansette, M. — Huron. 
Barloe, F. — Glenlivet. 
Barnard, E. F. — Manola. 
Barrett, A. — Keywest. 
Barry, Dan — J. S. Keefe. 
Bassett, Jos. — Cadwell. 
Bassett, R. G. — Paliki. 
Bates, John — Delta (Bge.). 
Batten, A. A.— Caribou. 
Batten, Geo. — Rapids Prince. 
Baxter, Wm. — Kearsarge. 
Beall, A. R. — Canopus. 
Beaupre, C. — India. 
Beggs, Thomas — J. A. Donaldson. 
Bell, George — Geo. F. Baker. 
Bell, J. C. — James B. Eads. 
Benham, C. A. — John Stanton. 
Benham, Wm. P. — J. J. Sullivan. • 
Bennett, Chas. — John Crerar. 
Bennett, Chas. D. — James W. Fol- 

lette. 
Bennett, Ed. — Francis Widlar. 
Bennett, Thos. — Thomas Adams. 
Benoit, L. — Melrose (Bge.). 
Benson, C. G. — Marcia (Bge.). 
Bertrand, John — St. Lawrence. 
Betts, Wm. — Bon Ami. 
Birkland, Theo. — J. I. Case (Bge.). 
Birmingham, James — St. Joseph. 
Bjork, Oscar — City of St. Joseph. 
Blair, E. B.— North Star. 
Blanchard, J. — Garden City. 
Bloomfield, Wm. — Alexandria. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



451 



Blum, F. — Delaware. 
Bohn, Ernest— Oak Leaf (Bge.). 
Booth, J. — F. M. Knapp (Bge.). 
Bostwick, Murray — Lehigh. 
Boucher, Jos. — Laurentlan. 
Bouille, David — Coralia. 
Bowen, B. — Compton. 
Bowen, G. H. — Sir. Isaac Ellwood. 
Boyce, C. S. — Empire City. 
Boyce, H. M. — John Oades. 
Boyle, R. H. — J. Frater Taylor. 
Briggs, R. — Dayton (Bge.). 
Bright, W. A. — Missouri. 
Brines, J. M.— G. Watson French. 
Brines, S. — A. Maitland (Bge.). 
Brock, George B. — R. L. Agassiz. 
Brock. Henry — Middlesex (Sch.). 
Brookhyser, Geo. — Chicago. 
Brown, C. D. — E, F. Holmes. 
Brown, H. — J. H. Prentice. 
Brown, J. A. — Agawa. 
Brown, John — Sidney G. Thomas 
(Bge.). 

Brown, Nelson — J. H. Reed. 
Brown, W. C. — Hoover & Mason. 
Brown, W. J. — Atikokan. 
Brownell, E. H. — Ferd Schleisin- 
ger. 

Brownell, Jos. A. — Hennepin. 
Brownell, S. — Topeka. 
Budd, M. A. — ^Vulcan. 
Buie, Daniel— Capt. Thos. Wilson. 
Bunting, Geo. — Keyvive. 
Burns, John — J. P. Morgan. 
Burns, R. — Alex. Anderson (Sch.). 
Burns, Thomas — G. J. Grammer. 
Bums, William— C. F. Moll. 
Burrows, A. W. — Simon J. Mur- 
phy. 

Burt, Geo. — Maunaloa. 
Butler, Frank — H. Dahlke. 



Cain, R. A. — Thomas Barium. 
Call, Richard — D. Z. Norton. 
Callam, A. C. — Wm. E. Fitzgerald. 
Campbell, A. L. — Hamonic. 
Campbell, N. — R. Grant Morden. 
Campbell, Walter — M. G. Hausler. 
Canartney, W. — W. H. Sawyer. 
Carloss, W. S. — Saxona. 
Carlson, Carl — Roumania. 
Carney, J. — Ontario. 
Carr, John R.— White & Friant 
(Bge.). 

Carr, W. H.— Ariel. 
Carson, U. — Major. 
Cartwright, P. M. — John Sherwin. 
Cassin, James — Pawnee. 
Chamberlain, Fred — A. Stewart 

(Bge.). 
Chamberlain, M. K. — Thomas F. 

Cole. 
Chamberlain, W. — Frank H. Pea- 

vey. 

Chambers, A. P.— Wm. P. Palmer. 
Chambers, J. — Racine. 
Charlebois, F. M. — Ramona. 
Chilson, F. B. — Chas. O. Jenkins. 
Christie. D. B.— Brockville. 
Christin, Emil— Robt. L. Fryer 
(Bge.). 

Christopher, Sam — Herunnels. 
Clarke, A. A. — Joseph Block. 
Clarke, G. T.— Jay Gould. 
Clarke, John C. — Delos W. Cooke. 
Clegg, H. J. — Saxon. 
Coates, Chas. B. — Frank Woods. 
Cody, P. B. — Eugene Zimmerman. 
Cody, U. S. — Wm. A. Paine. 
Collins, - Allen — Sir Wm. Fair- 
bairn. 
Conlin, T. N.— F. T. Heffelfinger. 
Connelly, J. A. — Robt. Wallace. 



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Connolly, James — Andrews S. Up- 
son. 

Coons, C. — Simla. 

Cottrell, Geo. L. — ^E. L. Fisher. 

Cottrell, Jas. — ^Wm, A. Hazard. 

Cottrell, W. F. — John A. Roeb- 
ling (Bge.). 

Cottrell, W. M.— Owego. 

Cousins, Arthur — ^John Rolph. 

Cousins, W. H. — Andaste. 

Cowie, Andrew — Sirius. 

Cowles, Wm. J. — Linden. 

Craigie, A. — A. M. Byers. 

Crawford, George B. — Northern 
Queen. 

Crawford, Jas. — Aletha. 

Crawford, J. G. — Pero Marquette 
19. 

Crawford, J. M. — Puritan. 

Cronkhite, H. — ^Allegheny. 

Cross, G. T. — locoma. 

Crooker, D. M. — ^H. Steinbrenner. 

Crowley, F. J. — Richard Trimble. 

CuUen, F. J. — ^Wm. Edenborn. 

Culp, H. — Crescent City. 

Cummings, Geo. M. — North Amer- 
ican. 

Cunningham, James — Mohegan. 

Cunningham, Wm. — ^W. D. Mat- 
thews. 

Curran, Edwin — B. Gunnell. 

Currie, John B. — Athabasca. 

Daryaw, Chauncey — Ford River 

(Sch.). 
Davidson, H. — Harvey D. Goulder. 
Davis, Frank J. — Alberta. 
Dawley, W. W. — J. E. Upson. 
DeLand, W. A. — Ontario. 
Delaney, W. — ^Wissahickon. 
Demers, L. R. — Quebec. 
Denner, J. H. — Isaac L. Bell. 



DeNike, Lee — City of Mackinac 

II. 
Dennis, H. S. — Duluth. 
Deoust, I. — Dunmoro (Bge.). 
Desot, F. — Commodore (Bge.). 
Detlefs, E. — A. A. Augustus. 
Dick, Wm. H.-r-James Nasmyth 

(Bge.). 
Dickson, A. R. — Pentland. 
Dix, James — Glenmavis. 
Doak, John A. — Chas. F. Neff. 
Dodge, E. J. — Tourist. 
Donahue, J. — Susquehanna. 
Donner, Jas. — John P. Reiss. 
Dority, F. A.— City of South 

Haven. 
Dougherty, J. — Tionesta. 
Doyle, J. — ^Windsor. 
Dubrule, E. A. — Haskell. 
Duddleson, J. M. — ^Wm. B. Davock. 
Dugal, Jos. — Tadousac. 
Duncanson, D. L. — Geo. L. Craig. 
Dunn, P. H. — John Ericsson. 
Dunn, Wm. R. — Onoko. 
Dupuie, George — Cepheus. 
Dupuis, F. A. — Champlain. 
Durker, Henry — Saranac. 

Eble, John — N. J. Nessen. 
Edwardsen, Cris — Chas. Horn. 
Ege, Gustave — Easton. 
Eger, W. W.— W. L. Brown. 
Ehrhart, J. W. — Robert L. Ireland. 
Eligh, P. — ^Roberval. 
Elliott, D. — Umbria. 
Elliott, David — Kensington. 
Elliott, Frank — Kalkaska. 
Ellis, C. S.— Caldera. 
Ellis, L. A.— O. E. Parks. 
Elsey, D. B. — Taurus. 
Emerson, S. K. — ^Venus. 
Emig, T.— H. N. Jex. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



453 



England, R. W. — B. F. Jones. 
Bnnes, Ev. — Thos. Walters. 
Ernest, Charles W. — Senator. 
Evans, R. T. — ^Herman H. Hettler. 
Bvanson, E. A. — Lupus. 
Ewart, John — Neibing. 

Ferguson, Geo. H. — Sachem. 

Ferguson, J. A. — Rensselaer. 

Ferguson, Wm. — ^Wm. S. Mack. 

Flnucan, W. F. — Manitou. 

Fisher, J. — Utica. 

Fitch, Edward— E. H. Utley. 

Flaherty, J. — C. F. Bielman, Jr. 
(Mail Boat). 

Foote, A. — J. B. Ketcham II. 

Foote, J. N. — Paipoonge. 

Foote, R. D. — Noronic. 

Forrest, G. F. — Mary A. Mc- 
Gregor. 

Foumier, Chas. — A. C. Tuxbury 
(Bge.). 

Fowler, C. C. — Arizona. 

Fowler, Thos. — L. G. Powell. 

Fox, A. J. — Put-In-Bay. 

Fox, Ben — ^Wilpen. 

Fox, Charles — Choctaw. 

Fox, J. C— Olcott. 

Fox, Louis — Aurora (Bge.). 

Francis, L. J. — W. D. Rees. 

Franke, C. H. — Chas. S. Hebard. 

Franklin, W. E. — Alabama. 

Purey, C. S. — Mauch Chunk. 

Fyrie, Harry — W. Arrow. 

Gagne, Paul — Chinock. 
Gagne, Wilfrid — St. Irenee. 
Gallagher, B. J. — D. B. Meacham. 
Galton, Chas. B. — ^Wm. C. Agnew. 
Galton, J. W.— S. M. Clement. 
Gardner, W. F.— A. W. Osbom. 
Garey, J. C. — Cherokee. 



Garlock, C. J. — Genoa (Bge.). 

Gam, L. A. — Jessie Spalding. 

Gegenheimer, C. — J. P. Morgan, 
Jr. 

Geisendorfer, A. — Alva S. Chris- 
holm, Jr. 

Gemmel, J. T. — Douglas Hough- 
ton. 

Gentz, Otto — John Owen. 

Gillies, D. — Rochester. 

Girardin, D., Jr. — Harvey H. 
Brown. 

Girardin, W. L. — Castalia. 

Gonyaw, Capt. — Gettysburg. 

Goodrow, Frank — Norwalk. 

Goodrow, Fred — W. H. Truesdall. 

Goodwin, Eugene — Grace Dor- 
mer. 

Goodwin, Jas. F. — Martin Mullen. 

Gordan, W. C— W. C. Franz. 

Gordon, Charles — Manda (Bge.). 

Graham, Donald — ^W. L. Jenney 
(Bge.). 

Graham, Geo. — Rosemount. 

Grant, C. J. — Norman B. Ream. 

Graves, A. R. — City of Cheboy- 
gan. 

Green, A. J. — Joseph Wood. 

Green, Peter — Bamum. 

Greene, J. D. — Seneca. 

Greenway, T. B. — A. M. Marshall. 

Groulx, E. — Carleton. 

Gue. Guy — Simon Langell. 

Gunderson, Fred — Edward Buck- 
ley. 

Gunderson, N. A. — Susie Chipman. 

Gustofson, P. — A. Krupp (Bge.). 

Hagan, Wm. — Leonard B. Miller. 
Hagenson, B. T. — Ashtabula. 
Haggerty, J. — C. J. Filmore 
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Hhn, G. P.— Peter Reiss. 
Haight, C. M. — South American. 
Hall, J. W.— N. C. Holland (Bge.). 
Hamilton, W. — Hilton. 
Hand, A. S. — Magna (Bge.). 
Hanley, C. C. — Chas. Weston. 
Hannell, W. — Morman Kelley 
(Bge.). 

Hansen, A. C. — J. J. Hill. 
Hansen, Hans — T. S. Christie. 
Hanson, John T. — City of Berlin. 
Harbottle, H. G.— Wm. E. Corey. 
Hart, F. C. — A. W. Thompson 
(Bge.). 

Hartman, A. H. — G. A. Flogg. 
Hay, Peter — Northern Light. 
Hayes, John — L. L. Barth. 
Hayes, W. J. — Aloha (Bge.). 
Hays, J. C. — Amazon. 
Hayward, E. — City of Cleveland 

in. 

Hayward, Geo. W. — Joe S. Mor- 
row. 

Healy, James — L#ackawanna. 

Heam, John — Cascapedia. 

Heamey, J. C. — G. A. Richardson. 

Heaton, C. H. — Jas. P. Walsh. 

Hebert, A. — Hamilton (Bge.). 

Hector, Fred C.^H. G. Dalton. 

Heft'erman, James — Jacob T. 
Kopp. 

Hefferman, T. — Lake Michigan. 

Hefferman, Thomas — ^Winnipeg. 

Henry, A. W. — Spokane. 

Henry, Wm. — Chas. Lyon. 

Herbert, James G. — ^A. E. Corne- 
lius. 

Hesson, J. R. — Corrigan. 

Hetrick, Mike — Clinton. 

Hill, Roland D.— City of Mar- 
quette. 



Hill, Samuel— J. H. G. Hagarty. 

Hill, W. E.— Maywood. 

Higgie, J. F. — Louis Pa blow. 

Hinckley, A. R. — Hinckley. 

Hinckley, C. J. — America. 

Hoag, W. S.— Geo. W. Perkins. 

Holdridge, George — E. H. Gary. 

Holmes, A. W. — Corvus. 

Home, George — Katie Brainard 
(Bge.). 

Home, Grant — Stephen C. Hall. 

Honner, Geo. — Transfer. 

Hourigan, D. — Adrian Iselin. 

Howell, F. — Westmount. 

Hoxie, H. L. — Pere Marquette 3. 

Hudson, A. — Glenyon. 

Hudson, J. H. — G. R. Crowe. 

Hudson, W. C. — New Island Wan- 
derer. 

Humble, R. F. — Henry Phipps. 

Humphrey, M. W. — Omega. 

Hunt, W. J.— Alva C. Dinkey. 

Huntoon, F. A. — Detroit. 

Hyatt, John — City of St. Ignace. 

Her, W. C— G. G. Crawford. 

Jackson, James — D. O. Mills. 
Jackson, John — Landsdown. 
Jacques, Eli — C. E. Redfern 

(Bge.). 
Jaenke, Herman — George N. Ort. 
Jagenow, Wm.-rJ. K. Dimmick. 
Jarrell, John J. — Caspian. 
Jenkyn, A. M. — Odanah. 
Jerome, W. — S. D. Warrirer 

(Bge.). 
Jex, H. N. — Nelson Bloom (Bge.). 
Jex, R. W.— E. T. Judd (Bge.). 
Johnson. Carl — Interlaken (Bge.). 
Johnson, Alfred — Americana. 
Johnson, F. E. — Tyrone (Bge.). 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



455 



Johnson, Frank H. — S. N. Parent. 
Johnson, P. O. — Marion. 
Johnson, G. — Minnesota. 
Johnson, J. P. — Ashland (Bge.). 
Johnston, Alex — J. C. Munro. 
Johnston, Fred R. — Algonquin. 
Jollie, Richard — E, J. Buffington. 
Jones, H. L. — Merida. 
Jones, J. F. — Shenango. 
Jones, S. R. — Boston. 
Jones, W. C. — James E. Davidson. 
Jorgenson, Carl — D. G. Cutler 

(Bge.). 
Joyce, John — G. K. Jackson 

(Bge.). 

Keischgens, P. — Mingoe (Bge.). 

Keller, A. — Ida Corning (Bge.). 

Kelley, H. T. — Malietoa. 

Kelley, J. W. — Anna C. Minch. 

Kelley, Timothy — Maryland. 

Kelley, Wm.— H. M. Pellatt. 

Kendall, C. H. — Thousand Island- 
er. 

Kendall, D. A.— Wainwright. 

Kendall, Geo. P. — Bryn Mawr 
(Bge.). 

Kendall, H. J. — Harvey J. Kendall. 

Kennedy, D. — Purcer. 

Kennedy, D. A. — Iroquois. 

Kennedy, James — Peter White. 

Kennedy, John — Buffalo. 

Kenyon, W. S. — State of New 
York. 

Kiah, D. A.— Henry B. Hall. 

Kilby, W. H.— Henry C. Frick. 

Kinch, Geo. — Burlington. 

Kinnee, Geo. W. — ^Waubic. 

Kirkwood, W. J. — Steelton. 

Knapp, R. H. — Lakeport. 

Konkey, C. M. — James Watt. 

Kuhn, John — M. Sicken. 



LaFey, L. F. — M. T. Greene. 
LaFleur, W. H. — Pere Marquette 
17. 

La Framboise, J. — ^W. B. Schiller. 

La France, F. X. — Montreal. 

Laing, Robt. — Inland. 

Lake, Arthur — Forster W. Mit- 
chell (Sch.). 

Lalonde, O. — Huron. 

Lalonde, Wm. — Quebec (Bge.). 

Lampoh, Jos. — Matthew Andrews. 

Landfair, B. M. — W. D. Crawford. 

Landon. Wm. — Harry A. Berwind. 

Lane, Geo. — Henry Cort 

Langell, Wm. — J. J. Turner. 

Laroche, D. N. — Easton. 

Larrabee, M. A. — Harvey. 

Larson, Alex L. — Ann Arbor 4. 

Larson, Ivar — 137 (Bge.). 

Larson, John — Eddy Selwyn. 

Larson, P.— A. P. Wright. 

Laughlin, Geo. T. — Wisconsin. 

Lavely, L. J.— ^Hemlock. 

Laviolette, A. — Boucherville. 

Lawrence, H. — Teutonia (Bge.). 

Lawrence, Julius — Thomas Gaun. 

Leath, E. C. — North Sea. 

LeBeau, Sidney — Fred Mercur. 

Leboeuf, C, Sr. — Selkirk (Bge.). 

Leboeuf, Modester— A. D. (Bge.). 

Leboeuf, Samuel — F. A. Georger 
(Sch.). 

Leduc, Leonel — H. Gladys (Bge.). 
Leduc, T. L. — Augustus (Bge.). 
Leduc, W. — Burma (Bge.). 
Lefebore, Arthur — Westerian. 
Lehan, J. — Conemaugh. 
Leonard, R. M. — E. C. Pope. 
Levifue, Wm. — Glenshee. 
Levis, George — R. S. Warner. 
Liddell, Wm. — Fairmont. 



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Light, F. W. — James B. Neilson. 
Lightbody, John — City of Alpena 

II. 
Lightbody. M. — Reserve. 
Lindale, T. — Arizona. 
Linton, Walter — Glenfinnan. 
Lohr, Wm. — Bransford. 
Lovesless, Fred — Rutland. 
Lowes, J. H. — H. P. Bope. 
Lozen, J. F. — J. B. Lozen (Bge.). 
Lyman, C. A. — Milwaukee. 
Lyons, H. S. — C. Russell Hubbard. 
Lyons, James B. — Perseus. 
Lyons, S. A. — J. H. Sheadle. 

MacAuley, G. A. — James H. Hoyt. 

MacDonald, J. — Sonoma. 

MacFarlane, D. — Charles Heiden. 

MacGregor, Wilson — GrifRn. 

Macintosh, John B. — Frank C. 
Osborn. 

Maclsaac, Neil — Pere Marquette 
20. 

MacLean, D. — Theodore Roose- 
velt. 

MacLean, W. J. — Wyandotte. 

McAuley, H. — M. E. Orton. 

McCaffrey, B. — Schoolcraft. 

McCallum, Geo. — Gen. O. M. Poe. 

McCambridge, Thos. — Matthew 
Wilson. 

McCanly, H. C. — Pere Marquette 
5. 

McCann, Hugh — Louis R. David- 
son. 

McCannel, James — Assiniboia. 

McCarthy, James — Albert E. 
Stewart. 

McCarty, Frank — Islander. 

McCarty, J. C. — Sindbad. 

McCarty, Jno. G. — Eugene C. 
Hart. 



McCarty, Wm. — Chippewa. 
McClinton, W. D.— Huron. 
McCloud, A. — Brazil. 
McClure, C. E. — Marshall F. But- 
ters. 

McCowan, Alex — ^Lakeland. 

McCoy, N. J. — IVifeinitou. 

McDonald, J.— S 3huylkill. 

McDonald, J. H. — Wilkesbarre. 

McDonald, M. — Isabella Sands 
(Bge.). 

McDonald, W. B. — Indus. 

McDonald, Wm — Maida (Bge.). 

McDougall, C. L. — Gogebic. 

McDougall, T. A.— D. G. Kerr. 

McElroy, U. P.— S. F. B. Morse. 

McEwen, H. W. — German. 

McEwen, T. — D. P. Dobbins 
(Bge.). 

McEwen, Thos. — Sophia Minch 
(Bge.). 

McGarity, D. J. — Carolina. 

McGarry, George — L. C. Hanna. 

McGregor, A. E. — Polynesia. 

McGuire, Wm. — John M. McKer- 
chey. 

Mcintosh, J. L. — W. A. Rogers. 

Mcintosh, M. G. — J. S. Ashley. 

Mclntyre, A. — Thos. J. Drum- 
mond. 

Mclntyre, John — Manitoba. 

Mclntyre, P. — George A. Graham. 

McKay, A. J. — Western Staters. 

McKay, Dan — Eastern States. 

McKenzie, A. — Mahoning. 

McKenzie, E. — Juniata. 

McKenzie, H. — Chas. S. Beattie. 

McKenzie, K. — L. Edward Hines. 

McKinley, James — ^W. B. Saun- 
ders (Tug). 

McLachlan, D. — Stanstead. 



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457 



McLean, J. C. — Lake wood. 
McLeod, H. D. — Alex McDougall. 
McLeod, J. P.— W. H. Dwyer. 
McMann, T.— Toiler. 
McMaugh, Archie A. — Bethlehem. 
McPhee, Malcolm — Keewatln. 
McQueen, W. S. — Ogdenburg. 
McQuinn, Wm. — Melvin S. Bacon 
(Sch.). 

MbRae, Kenneth — Neptune. 
Mackey, M. D. — Georgia. 
Mackie, G. — Chickamauga (Bge.). 
Mackin, W. J. — John Plankinton. 
Madden, J. H. — E. L. Booth. 
Maddich, J. W.— Dalhousie City. 
Madigan, James A. — G. A. Tom- 
linson. 

Magnes, D. — Pere Marquette 4. 
Maguire, Norman — J. C. Ford. 
Mahon, A. J. — John J. Barium. 
Mahon, Joseph E. — Alaska. 
Maitland, H. — Edmonton. 
Major, W. S.— O. D. Conger. 
Mallette, P. A. — Constitution 

(Bge.). 
Maloney, Geo. J. — Manila (Bge.). 
Maltby, Wm.— Fred G. Hartwell. 
Mandeville, A. — Louis Philippe. 
Martin, J. — Octorara. 
Martin, James — Keynor. 
Martin, Michael — Pere Marquette 

8. 
Massey, Chester — Briton. 
Massey, S. B. — D. R. Hanna. 
Matson, S. W. — ^Victory. 
Matteson, John — D. L. Filer 

(Bge.). 
Matthews, Joseph — N. F. Leopold. 
May, A. C. — H. B. Hawgood. 
May, A. T. — ^Huron. 
May, E. W. — R. W. England. 



Meeker, S. E. — R. W. E. Bunsen. 
Megarvey, Wm. — Powell Stack- 
house. 

Messner, John — Signey O. Neff. 

Meyers, O. E. — E. P. Recor. 

Meyers, Ralph — Niko. 

Millen, P. L.— D. J. Morrell. 

Miller, C. D.— Edward Smith. 

Milliken, Wm. — Roman. 

Mills, A. — Santiago (Bge.). 

Mills, Jos. — Jennie Matthews. 

Milne, John — S. H. Robbins. 

Mimms, H. C. — Imperial. 

Mohr, Chas. A.— E. W. Oglebay. 

Moles, F. G. — Germanic. 

Mondor, A. — Three Rivers. 

Monette, Adelard— Zapotec (Bge.). 

Monette, Aime — F. D. Ewen 
(Bge.). 

Montague, A. — Sir Henry Besse- 
mer. 

Montgomery, G. A. — LaSalle. 

Montgomery, J. D. — City of Mid- 
land. 

Montgomery, J. D. — Majestic. 

Montgomery, Jas. W. — T. H. 
Wickwire, Jr. 

Montgomery, John A. — John J. 
Boland. 

Montgomery, William D. — T. H. 
Wickwire. 

Moody, C. E. — Christopher Colum- 
bus. 

Moody, W. H. — ^Wm. B. Dickson. 

Mooney, W. T. — Pontiac. 

Moore, W. E. — Mecosta. 

Morcu, M. — ^Winnipeg (Bge.). 

Morgan, B. W. — C. W. Chamber- 
lin. 

Morgan, M. F. — City of Grand 
Rapids. 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Morrison, A. A. — E. N. Ohl. 

Morrison, J. N. — Jupiter. 

Morse, A. R. — D. M. Philbin. 

Morton, E. R. — Gen. Garretson. 

Moser, A. C. — George Stephenson. 

Mouck, A. — America. 

Mullin, Jno. — Keyport. 

Murphy, Daniel — Frank Rocke- 
feller. 

Murphy, H. A. — Frontenac. 

Murphy, Henry — Chicago. 

Murphy, James — Jos. G. Butler, 
Jr. 

Murray, J. — Keybell. 

Nahrstedt, J. — Thomas Lynch. 
Napier, J. — Port Dalhousie. 
Napier, N. W. — Charles McVea. 
Neal, J. S. — ^Ward Ames. 
Neal, W. R.— S. S. Curry. 
Nelson, A. C. — Isabella H. (Bge.). 
Nelson, F. — Muncy. 
Nelson, G. E. — Golden Age (Bge.). 
Nelson, O. — Lewiston. 
Nelson, Severn — Corsica. 
Nesbitt, William K.— Colonel. 
Neville, R. — A. W. Thompson. 
Nicholas, B. — D. J. Burke (Tug). 
Noble, J. — John W. Gates. 
Nordahl, Arnold — Maia (Bge.). 
Norris, J. V. — Advance. 
Normen, N. J. — Geo. J. Boyce 

(Sch.). 
Norvall, Wm. — Transfer. 

Oertling, H., Jr. — Livingston. 
Ogden, B. F. — Cetus. 
O'Hagan, Hugh— F. R. Buell. 
Ohlemacher, Edward — Mary Groh. 
Ohman, John — Sagamore (Bge.). 
Oldenburg, H. — Landsdowne. 
Oleson, O. T.— W. J. Carter. 



Olsen, Eli— I. N. Foster. 
Osborne, F. D. — Superior. 
Ott, F. H.— Wm. P. Snyder. 

Pardee, F. — Codorus. 

Parke, J. F. — F. E. House. 

Parker, J. R. — John Smeaton 
(Bge.). 

Parks, Oscar E. — United States. 

Parsons, J. W. — Calcite. 

Patenaude, A. — Senator Derby- 
shire. 

Patterson, O. — Beaverton. 

Patterson, R. C. — Minneapolis. 

Pauls, Fred H. — Frank E. Kirby. 

Payea, Bert — Langell Boys. 

Peacock, J. H. — Arthur (Sch.). 

Pearson, John — Mary. 

Pederson, H. — Eastland. 

Pederson, Knute — Arthur (Bge.). 

Peltier, R. D.— W. F. Fitch. 

Perew, F. D. — ^Angeline. 

Peters, H. — Glenmount. 

Peterson, Frank — CoUinge. 

Peterson, Hans — City of Sheboy- 
gan. 

Peterson, J. M. — Alice M. Gill. 

Peterson, Martin — ^Viking. 

Peterson, M. S. — Harry Yates. 

Peterson, P. A. — ^Pathfinder. 

Petroskey, W. J. — Petoskey. 

Phillips, J. J.— Yuma. 

Pickel, Ed. S.— City of Erie. 

Pierce, W. E. — Ogemaw. 

Pitts, Oliver— S. R. Kirby. 

Pizer, W. J. — George E. Hartnell 
(Bge.). 

Plotter, Chas. — C. W. Watson. 

Poirier, Jos. — Katie H. (Bge.). 

Powell, Frank P — Chas. L. Hutch- 
inson. 

Powrie, P. F. — City of Naples. 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



459 



Post, D. M.— F. L. Robbins. 

Powers, John J. — John Rugee. 

Pratt, Frank C. — ^James S. Dun- 
ham. 

Pregent, L. — Canobie. 

Pringle, Ralph — Normandie. 

Pringle, Walter— Chas. S. Osborn 
(Tug). 

Quackenbush, Emmett — J. Lam- 
bert. 
Qulnn, Thos.— T. S. Fassett. 

Raber, E.— Mlchipicotin. 
Rand, S. A.— J. J. H. Brown. 
Randall, Frank— Adriatic. 
Randall, W. U.— Argo. 
Randolph, .Geo.— Princeton. 
Ransom, W. H.— R. R. Rhodes, 
Rattray, Chas. — ^J. P. Donaldson. 
Recor, Robert — Cygnus. 
Redner, E. B.— Virginia. 
Reece, George — Robert Fulton. 
Reed, A. H.— J. C. Morse. 
Reed, William A. — ^Amasa Stone. 
Regan, H. J.— P. A. B. Widener. 
Reid, Fred— W. L. King. 
Reid, R, J.— Sultana. 
Reid, W. C— Maruba. 
Reoch, Jas. — Stormount. 
Reynolds, J. E.— Huron City. 
Rice, F.— H. H. Rogers. 
Richardson, F. — E. G. Crosby. 
Richmond, W. A. — Meaford. 
Riley, Geo. S. — Canadiana. 
Rinfret, Jos.— Belleville. 
Rinn, J. B.— Chas. W. Kotcher. 
Ritchie, W. S.— F. W.'Hart. 
Roach, N. B.— Sir Thomas 

Shaughnessy. 
Roberson, J. 0.— Alice B. Norris 

(Bge.). 



Robertson, Capt. — Chief Wawa- 
tam. 

Robertson, Chas. E. — ^Ann Arbor 3. 

Robinson, A, R. — W. J. Olcott. 

Robinson, C. E. — E. B. Osier. 

Robinson, S. O. — City of Detroit 
II. 

Robinson, Walter — ^W. C. Rhodes. 

Rogers, W. G.— Mllinokett. 

Rolfson, J. N. — ^Wm. R. Linn. 

Rolseng, Iver — St. Paul. 

Ross, Charles D. — F. D. Under- 
wood. 

Rowan, M. M. — Marquette & 
Bessemer No. 1. 

Russell, Frank P. — Geo. C. Howe. 

Russell, Henry — Phenix. 

Russell, H. M. — F. P. Jones. 

Russell, Wm. A. — Lucius W. 
Robinson. 

Ryckman, Chas. — ^Athens (Bge.). 

Sanders, T. H. — ^Wm. P. Snyder, 
Jr. 

Sanford, James — S. M. Stephen- 
son. 

Sauer, Geo. J. — Toltec. 

Sauve, C. — Ungava (Sch.). 

Saveland, H. M. — Carrington. 

Sawyer, E. L. — Queen City. 

Scott, F. — CoUingwood. 

Scott, N. — ^Imperoyal. 

Seelye, C. L. — Harold B. Nye. 

Selee, F. D. — Geo. A. Black. 

Senor, E. B. — Kelley Island. 

Sexsmith, Samuel — ^E. N. Saun- 
ders. 

Shackett, J. S. — ^Robert Mills. 

Sharon, Jos. — Transport. 

Sharrow, Alex — ^Iron Cliff (Bge.). 

Sharrow, Alex — ^John J. Barium 
(Bge.). 



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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Shay, W. S. — Bennington. 
Sheehan, J. F. — C. H. Green. 
Sheldon, A. D. — R. Bottsford 

(Bge.). 
Shorkey, W. W. — Scranton. 
Simard, Jos. — Sagenuay. 
Simmons, Tom — E. L. Wallace. 
Simons, A. J. — City of Benton 

Harbor. 
Simons, John — ^Arthur Orr. 
Simpson, F. J. — City of Detroit 

III. 
Slattery, T.— Troy. 
Sloan, B. J. — Western Star. 
Smith, A. C. — Cornell. 
Smith, E. C. — ^America. 
Smith, J. A. — Masaba. 
Smith, J. A. — Samuel Mather 

(Small). 
Smith, J. H.— J. T. Hutchinson. 
Smith, John — ^Averell. 
Smith, John — Pere Marquette 6. 
Smith, W. E.— George King. 
Smith, W. H.— City of Buffalo. 
Smith, Wm. — ^The Harvester. 
Snook, Geo. — Canlsteo. 
Soleau, O. J. — W. H. Donner. 
Solery, J. H. — Calgary. 
Sparling, W. C. — Manistique. 
Steenes, W. — Port Colborne. 
Steffenson, Olaf — Helvetia (Bge.). 
Stephen, E. L. — Kaministiquia. 
Stephenson, J. P. — Rapids Queen. 
Stephenson, 01e~S. J. Tilden 

(Bge.). 
Stevenson, H. — Sinaloa. 
Stevenson, Thomas — North Wind. 
Stevenson, W. — Cuyler Adams. 
Stevenson, W. H. — Northern 

King. 
Stevenson, Wm. — Penobscott. 
Stewart, C. C. — Jas. C. Wallace. 



Stewart, Harvey — ^Hugh Kennedy. 
Stewart, H. W.— Phillip Minch. 
Stewart, J. A. — Presquo Isle. 
Stewart, J. H. — Elva. 
Stewart, M. M. — Q. A. Shaw. 
Stockwell, T. J. — Ossifrage. 
Stone, L. W. — Samuel Mather. 
Stover, John — City of Toledo. 
Stover, W. E.— Chas. R. Van Rise. 
Strahan,. L. H. — I. Watson 

Stephenson. 
Stufflebeam, J. — Illinois. 
Sullivan, D. C. — ^E. J. Earling. 
Sullivan, D. T.— Fred'k B. Wells. 
Sullivan, Ed. — ^E. Y. Townsend. 
Sutherland, J. — Northmount. 
Swailes, George — ^W. G. Pollack. 

Talbot, A. J.— Wm. J. Filbert. 
Taylor, Edw. E. — Rochester. 
Taylor, R. D. — ^Arenac (Bge.). 
Taylor, Wm. — Glenfoyle. 
Thody, J.— W. K. Moore (Bge.). 
Thompson, Peter — North Lake. 
Thompson, R. — John Fritz. 
Thomson, A. R. — Mataafa. 
Thorpe, J. — Kansas. 
Thrasher, Chas. — Maritana. 
Thurston, John — ^Nellie Reding- 

ton (Bge.). 
Tilden, L. S.— H. P. Mcintosh. 
Tousley, Chas. — ^Wm. Livingston: 
Tousley, Roy — J. R. Edwards 

(Bge.). 
Tower, John — ^A. B. Wolvin. 
Trail, Thomas — Grand Haven. 
Tremblay,, E. — ^Byron Whittaker. 
Trim, Elmer — Verona. 
Trimble, Geo.— St Clair. 
Trudo, J. H.— G. B. Owen (Bge.). 
Tufveson, M. P. — Chattanooga 

(Sch.). 



APPOINTMENTS OF MASTERS 



461 



Tulian, G. D. — LaBelle. 
TuUedge, B. F. — ^Ann Arbor 5. 
Tulloch, W. A. — Samuel Marshall. 
Tyson, W. M.— Crawford (Tug). 

Van Buskirk, John — Marquette & 

Bessemer No. 2. 
Van Dyke, W. H. — Pere Marquette 

7. 
Van Patten, E. C— Price McKin- 

ney. 

Wakely, Chas. — Congercoal. 
Walper, Henry— Zenith City. 
Wanvig, A. C. — ^Agnes W. 
Wanvig, John D.— Wm. H. Wolf. 
Warner, W. E.— Superior City. 
Warwick, Dan— David W. Mills. 



Warwick, E.— Frank C. Ball. 
Warwick, G. — Sierra. 
Watts, F. N.— J. W. Rhodes. 
Waugh, Geo.-— James Beard. 
Weeks, J. L. — ^Arcturus. 
Weinheimer, Frank — P. P. Miller. 
Weitzman, C. A. — Harvard. 
Welcher, Hiram — Jessie. 
Wendorf, H. — Republic. 
West, F. A.— Wm. G. Mather. 
White, A. E.— J. H. Bartow. 
White, H. M. — Geo. Corliss 

(Bge.). 
Wilkins, W. W.— Luzon. 
Wilkinson, R. B. — Binghamton. 
Wilkinson, Robert B.— J. G. Mc- 

Cullough. 



Marine Iron & Shipbuilding Works 

PETER GRIGNON.Jr., Proprietor 

Yard, Foundry & Machine Works Foot of Eleventh Ave., West 

Sbipbuilders, Machinists and Foondrymen 

MARINE SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS 



Special Attention Given to Marine Repair Work 

DAY OR NIGHT 

RESIDENCE PHONES: for nights, Sundays and holidays 
Peter Grignon. Jr., Mel. 3778; Mncoln 49 John Geistman. Mel, 4524 

John Abemcthy, Grand 1845-X 
OFFICE AND WORKS: Phone— Zenith, Lin. 803 Bell. Mel. 1270 



DULUTH, MINN 



462 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Willett, C. W.— Normania. 
Williams, A. M.— City of Bangor. 
Williams, S.— A. W. Wright 

(Bge.). 
Williams, Wm. — Tuscarora. 

Williams, Wm. A.— Crete. 
Williamson, Patrick — Niagara. 
Willoughby, W. J.— Case. 
Wilson, C. H., Jr. — Panay. 
Wilson, C. H., Sr.— E. D. Carter. 
Wilson, Chas. L. — ^Alexander Hol- 

ley (Bge.). 
Wilson, J. A. — Indiana. 
Wing. O. M.— Ionic. 
Wingrove, H. C. — J. A. McKee. 



Winkler, H.— M. A. Bradley. 
Wood, Fred — Homer Warren. 
Wood, W. W.— Tokio (Bge.). 
Woodford, C. H.— Elba. 
Woodward, T. K. — ^Abyssinia 

(Bge.). 
Worden, S. B.~W. K. Bixby. 
Wright, A. M. — Huronic. 
Wright, W. E.~Christopher. 

Yates, W. H. — Huron. 

Young, George — Martha (Bge.). 

Zealand, T. F. — Sir Wm. Siemens. 
Zeim, Wm. C. — C. Helen. 
Zwemer, Everett — G. Manchester. 



The Dulnth Marine Supply Co. 

Ouallty the First Consideration 

Groceries, Meats, Ice, Milk and 
Ship Chandlery 

DAY OR NIQHT 



In our new building Foot of Fifth Avenue West 

BOTH PHONES 780 



DULrUTH 



It 



It 



It 



MIIVtN, 



WHERE TO FIND OUR PATRONS 



463 



WHERE TO FIND OUR PATRONS 



ASHLAND, WIS. 

A La Galencia Ci^ar 421 

"Ashland" Beer 448, 449 

Bretting Mfg. Co.. C. G., En- 
grineers & Machinists 228 

Culver, The, Miller E. Culver, 
Mgr 228 

Dopp & Watson, General Hard- 
ware 228 

Marx, S., Original Marine Meat 
Market, Meats. Groceries and 
General Ship Supplies 410 

Knight, The, Hotel, Charles H. 
Clark, Mgr 424 

Schwager, Clothier 228 

ASHTABULA, O. 

Burrill. E. H., Meats and Ice .. 218 
Sheldon, G. F., Coal 218 

ASHTABULA HARBOR, O. 

Hanna & Co., M. A., Fuel for 
Steamers 7S 

Miller, E. S., Groceries and 
Crockery 218 

Rennick, Tom J., Meats 218 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Baker & Co., How'ard H., Ship 
Supplies 112 

Brown & Co., Lake Transporta- 
tion 132 

Brown, Harvey L., Proctor in 
Admiralty 106 

Buffalo Dry Dock Co., Ship 
Building and Repairs 58 

Connelly Bros., Ship Chandlers. 132 

Dubke & Son, Chas., Groceries 
& Provisions 110 

Eagle Tailor, The, I. A. Grod- 
zinsky, Prop 112 

Ellicott Club 216 

Faxon, Williams & Faxon, Gro- 
ceries and Supplies 424 

Frontier Engine Works, Sutton 
Marine Engines and Propeller 
Wheels 118 

Gehm, John, Meats 118 

Graham, Wm., Groceries and 
Vegetables 132 



Gunn, P. J., Grocer 132 

Hedstrom, E. L., Fuel Dock and 
Steam Lighter 164 

Hengerer Co., The Wm., Inte- 
rior Furnishings for Steam- 
ships and Yachts 164 

Iroquois Rubber Co., Waterproof 
Clothing, Rubber Boots & 
Shoes 110 

Kamman Co., John H., Packers, 
Curers & Jobbers 424 

Kinnear & Son, James, General 
Blacksmiths 110 

Kropman & Greenberg, Mer- 
chant Tailors 158 

Lamy & Sons, Chas., Meats, 
Groceries and Provisions 226 

McCarthy & Son, Jerry, Ship 
Chandlers 116 

McCutcheon, C. H., Steamboat 
and Engineers' Supplies 44 

Mahoney & Sons, Daniel, "Mc- 
Bean" Steel Ranges and Sig- 
nal Lamps 158 

Marine Laundry, Laundry, 
Cleaning and Dyeing 106 

Na-Dru-Co.. Inc., Gino Pills .. 12 

Oldman Boiler Works, The, 
Electric Welding 216 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal & 
Iron Co.. The, Fuel 116 

Russell & Watson, Ranges, 
Lamps and Sheet Metal Work 158 

Smith, R. W., Vacuum Clean- 
ing 216, 226 

Sutton. George, Printer 116 

Tashenberg Bros., Boiler Works 226 

Tony's Buffet, Lunch 110 

Trout Co., H. G., King Iron 
Works, Engines, Propeller 
WTieels 104 

Whitman Machine Co., Machin- 
ists lie 

Wright, H. S., Steamboat and 
Engineers' Supplies 118 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Aetna Insurance Co 408 

Andersen, Gilbert, Ship Builder 162 



464 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Banner. Thomas B., Engineers' 
Supplies 230 

Bradley Hotel, Robert H. Bor- 
land, Mgrr 296 

Brigrgrs House, Hotel 88 

Camskv, Anton, Meats 409 

Cliicago & North Western Rail- 
way.. Inside Front & Back Covers 
Corbett Uoiler & Tank Co., Geo. 

K.. Boilor Makers 162 

Cringle, Fred, Laundry 231 

Doerfling, Capt. Gus. F.. Junk. 392 
Dunham Towing & Wrecking 

Co., Electrical Welding 54 

Dvorak & Co,. John J., Clothiers 160 
Elmes Engineering Worlds, Chas. 
F., Steam Steerer, Hydraulic 
Presses 392 

Blphicke & Co.. C. W., Vessel 
Insurance, Freight Agents . . . 160 

Great I^akes Dredge & Dock 
Co., River and Harbor Im- 
provements 296 

Gunderson, Charles, Submarine 
Diver 408 

Hines T^umber Co., Edward; 

Lumber, Lath, Shingles 

Second Back Fly Leaf 

Illinois Marine Wrecking Co., 
Submarine Diving 160 

I.,enert Joseph. Groceiies, Meats 
and Poultry 231 

Mohr & Sons, Jolin, Boiler 
Makers 60 

New Kentucky Coal Co,. Steam- 
boat Fuel 122 

Pittsburgh Coal Co., Steamboat 
Fuel Facilities 415 

Pratt Co., Henry, Marine Boiler 
and Engine Repairs 231 

Prindiville & Sons. John, Vessel 
and Insurance Agents 122 

Simpson, Erick. Shipyard, Spars, 
Poles. Fenders 230 

State Bank of Chicago 88 

Steamboat Coal Co 230 

Stock Yards Packing Co., The, 
Meats, Groceries and Ice 393 

Sullivan & Bro.. T. M., Grocer- 
ies. Meats and Ship Supplies.. 415 

Sullivan & Co., D., Vessel 
Agents 231 

Union Stock Yards & Provision 
Co 408 

I'nited States Dredge & Dock 
Co., Contractors 328 



West Side Leader, Frank Zah- 
robsky, Propr., Grocery and 
Market 435 

CLEVELAND, O. 

American Ship Building" Co., 
The, Ship Builders 82 

Blewfield, Howard, Clothes 232 

Brogan, J. P., Grocer, Marine 
Supplies 84 

Cleveland Plain Dealer, Marine 
News 90 

Eclipse Paint & Mfg. Co., The, 
Armorcote 210 

Favorite, Wrecking Steamer . . . 
First Front Fly Leaf 

Fries & Schuele Co., Dry Goods, 
Linens, Bedding 210 

Goulder, Day, White & Garry, 
Law Offlces 220 

Guardian Savings & Trust Co.. 389 

Hausheer & Sons Co., The, Ship 
Supplies . . Second Front Fly Leaf 

Holding, Masten. Duncan & 
Leckie, Law Offices 332 

Hollenden Hotel 120 

McNeeley Grocerv & Provision 
Co., Groceries, Meats and Ship 
Supplies 210 

Meckes Sons Co., John, Dry 
Goods 122 

Mehleck, Geo. L.. Insurance . . . 232 

Mireau Laundry Co 122 

Mitchell & Co., Vessel Agents 120 

Morrison, PYank. Compass .Ad- 
juster & Manufacturer .. 421 

Mulholland-Hatch Fastener Co., 
Mulholland Oiling Sheave 50 

Pickands. Mather & Co., Steam- 
boat Fuel 290 

Randerson, George, Meats 400 

Saxton & Son. Funeral Directors 389 

Smith & Fetters Co., The, Flor- 
ists 120 

Superior Savings & Trust Co., 
The 332 

Upson- Walton Co., Ship Chand- 
lers 11 

White, Dustin, Kelley, McKee- 
han & Andrews, Attorneys at 
Law and Proctors in Admir- 
alty 220 

DETROIT, MICH. 
Miller, J., Groceries and Provi- 
sions 89 



WHERE TO FIND OUR PATRONS 



465 



Weisgrerber-Lowther Paint Co., 
Paints, Oils, Varnishes 224 

DULUTH, MINN. 

Arnold Co., Elmer H., Sheet Iron 
Works 410 

Canadian Northern Ry 

First Back Fly Leaf 

Duluth Marine Supply Co., Ship 
Chandlery 462 

Marine Iron & Shipbuilding 
Works, Peter Grigrnon, Jr., 
Prop 461 

Soo Line, All Steel Trains 80 

Stone's Book Store 328 

Thompson, Horace H., Diver . . 288 

ERIE, PA. 

Beckman, Wm., Engineers' Sup- 
plies 62 

Meiser, Fred C, Marine Meat 
Market . . 302 

United Oil Mfg. Co., Marine Oils 62 

FERRYSBURG, MICH. 

Johnston Bros., Boiler Makers. 224 

FORT WILLIAM, ONT. 

Adanac Hotel, Alex J. Black, 
Prop 429 

Algoma Steam Laundry Co., 
Ltd., The 429 

Archer and Holmes, Tobacco- 

- nists. Pool & Billiards 301 

Bank of Montreal, W. Steven- 
son. Mgr 429 

Belmont, The, Cigar Store & 
Shaving Parlor 391 

Calder, Smith & Reid, Steam- . 
ship Agents 299 

Fife Hardware Co., The, Ship 
Chandlery 142 

Gerrj'' Bros., Hardware, Paints, 
Oils, Varnishes 142 

Hamilton, J. A., Sash & Door 
Factory 142 

Jones, F. & W., Brokers 222 

Kelly Co., The T. P., Wines, 
Liquors and Cigars 222 

North Shore Supply Co., Grocer- 
ies, Meats, Ship Chandlery .. 430 

St. I^uis Hotel, C. E. Keenan. 
Prop 430 

Stewart, Alex, Books, Office 
Supplies 391 

Victoria Hotel, D. J. Qulnlan, 
Prop , 142 



West Hotel, Lacey Brothers, 

Props 391 

Wolvin, J. W., Vessel Agent .. 331 

GARY, IND. 

Slick's Gary Laundry Co 170 

Tittle Bros. Packing Co., Meats, 
Groceries, Vegetables 174 

GODERICH, ONT. 

Baker, W. J., Prop., Fresh and 

Cured Meats 407 

Dean Brothers, Marine Store . . 386 

GRAND HAVEN, MICH. 

Dake Engine Co., Steering 
Gears, Capstans, Windlasses . . 298 

GREEN BAY, WIS. 

Bur's Grocery, Butter, Eggs, 
Vegetables 170 

Stenger, George, Marine Meat 
Market 120 

HAMILTON, ONT. 
Bank of Hamilton 176 

HANCOCK, MICH. 
Baer Bros., Meats and Provisions 170 

HOUGHTON, MICH. 

Houghton Pure Food Co., Meats 
and Provisions 170 

HURON, O. 

Cook, Ed. B., Marine Grocer . . 389 

Cook, Harry A., Suits 390 

Gunzenhauser, John G., Meats, 

Ice 390 

Naegele, C. A., Groceries, Provi- 
sions, Fruit, Tobacco, etc. . . 390 
Savings Bank Store, The, Cloth- 
ing. Shoes, Trunks, Bags, Suit 
Cases 390 

INDIANA HARBOR, IND. 

Calumet Laundry Co 172 

Indiana Harbor National Bank. 329 

KINGSTON, ONT. 

Donnelly, Wrecking & Salvage 
Co., Tugs, Lighters. Divers .. 87 

LORAIN, O. 
Spademan & Co., Groceries, 
Heats ana Ship Supplies .,,, IIZ 



466 



THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



MANITOWOC, WIS. 

Dempsey, M. H., "The National 
Buffet" 203 

Globe Steam Laundry & Clean- 
ing: Works, Mrs. E. H. Hem- 
pel, Prap 302 

Johnson Co., The J. G., Coal .. 180 

Kestly, Joseph, Cafe 172 

Manitowoc Building Supply Co., 
Ship Cabin Builders, Lumber, 172 

Manitowoc Savings Bank 168 

Manitowoc Ship Building & Dry 
Dock Co., Shipbuilders 126 

Rathsack & Sons Co., General 
Hardware 301 

Schuette Bros. Co., Department 
Store 333 

Streich Bros. Laundry Co. 302 

Torrison Co., O., Groceries and 
Provisions . . 333 

Union Meat Market, A. J. Cher- 
mak, Prop 180 

Williams House, The New, Gray 
& Zentner, Props 180 

MIDLAND, ONT. 

Brisbin & Co., Meats 140 

Jeffery & Sons, Ltd., F. W., 

Hardware 140 

Kellar, M. S., Clothing 140 

McGill, H. H., Billiard Parlor .. 3S6 
Playfair, Preston Co., Ltd., The, 

Department Store 410 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Borgwardt Bros., Meats 138 

Daly, John L., Meat Dealer 204 

Globe Tailoring Co 200 

Gross Hardware Co., Phillip, 

Engineers' Supplies 208 

Hurley-Reilly Co., Clothing 138 

Independent Oil & Grease Co., 
Oils, Greases, Boiler Com- 
pounds . '. 206 

Independent Tub Co., Harbor 

Towing 208 

Joys Bros. Co., Ship Chandlery. . 227 
Kowalsky Hardware Co., Tin 

Work for Marine Trade 68 

Kroeger Bros. Co., Department 

Store . . 208, 387 

Marine Meat Market, M. S. 

Brikson 138 

Mertes-Miller Co., The, Boilers, 
Tanks, Sheet Iron Work 204 



Milwaukee Dry Dock Co., Ship- 
yard 45 

Milwaukee Tug Boat Line 292 

O'Neil Oil & Paint Co., Lubri- 
cating Oils and Grease 200 

Palace Laundry Co 204 

Reliance Laundry & Cleaning 

Co 13S 

Schlosser. John H., Grocer 206 

Thiele Co., The Henry, Boat 

Outfitting 435 

Vance & Joys Co., Vessel Agts. 68 

MONTREAL, CAN. 

Hall Coal Co., Geo.. Fuel 108 

Lamoureux, J. A., Meats, Vege- 
tables, Ice 200 

Tracey Bros., Steamer Supplies, 
Groceries 330 

Weir, J. & R., Ltd., Engineers 
and Machinists 85 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Johns-Manville Co., H. W., 
Marine Supplies 392 

NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. 

Kinzly & Son, J. C, Groceries, 

Meats. Poultry, Fish 180 

White Steam Laundry 178 

OGDENSBURG, N. Y. 

Boyer & Co., F., Grocery and 

Market lOS 

Fitzgibbons Boiler Co., P. H., 

Boilers, Tanks, Smoke Stacks 114 
FVank's Sons, Nathan, Depart- 
ment Store 1 OS 

Friedman & Fisher, Clothes ... 114 
Hackett Hardware Co., Patrick, 
Ship Chandlery & Marine 

Hardware 4n 

Hall Coal Co.. George, Fuel 108 

Murphy, W. B., Liquors 114 

Ogdensburg Machine Co., Inc., 
The. Nash Improved Steering 

Engine 49 

St. Lawrence Marine Railway 

Co., Vessel Repairs 108 

Surprise, The, Department Store 114 
Williams Drug Co., Drugs 301 

OSWEGO, N. Y. 

Benson & Son, Meats, Poultry. 136 

McMurrich, J. B., Fuel 136 

Miner's Sons, J., Groceries .... 302 



WHERE TO FIND OUR PATRONS 



467 



Parsons, John S., Ship Chand- 
ler and Sail Maker 136 

Parsons, John S., C. A. Potter 
Course Finder & Course Con- 
verter 330 

Sheehy & Kehoe, Groceries and 
Provisions 300 

OWEN SOUND, ONT. 

Brownlee, J. Herb, Drugs and 
Spex 174 

Butchart & Bro., R. P., Ship 
Chandlery IS"* 

Kennedy & Sons. J Ad., The 
Wm., Propeller Wheels 294 

McKay Bros., Dry Goods 194 

Moore, A. E., Men's Outfitter . . 19i 

Owen Sound Carpet & Furnish- 
ing Co., Dry Goods. Supplies. 194 

Wyllie & Son, W. J.. Wholesale 
and Retail Butchers 192 

PENETANGUISHENE, ONT. 

Adams Launch & Engine Co., 
Gasolene and Kerosene En- 
gines 222 

Beck Mfg. Co., Ltd., C, Lumber, ^ 
Tug Wahnapitae 19^ 

Payette & Co., P., Foundry & 
Machine Shop 187 

Toggery Shop, The, Clothing, 
Furnishings 192 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

Pittsburgh Goal Co 86 

PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 

Acme Laundry, Armstead-Wol- 
vin Co., Ltd 214 

Canadian Towing & Wrecking 
Co., Ltd 74 

City Drug Store 148 

Fortune & Co., Men's Outfitters 150 

Cumberland Hotel, R. C, Mc- 
Dowell 70 

Ideal Grocery, The, A. E. Wide- 
man, Propr 150 

Maple Leaf Grocery, The, At- 
tridge & Seppala 214 

Marks-Glavet-Doble Co., Ltd., 
The, Groceries, Hardware .... 331 

Matthews & Co.. I. L., Rugs, 
Automobile Wraps 214 

Pyper, J. B., Tailors 150 

Smith & Co., Ltd., A. L., Drugs, 
Patent Medicine, Confection- 
ery, Ciirars, Fishing Tackle .. 1Q 



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PORT HURON, MICH. 

Ballentine Diy Goods Co., The 392 

Boyce Hardware Co., Boat Sup- 
plies 133 

Dry Dock Iron Works, J. H. & 
T. J. Fitzgerald, Props., En- 
gineers' Supplies 133 

Goldman Brothers. Boat & 
Launch Supplies 187 

Howard's, House Furnishers . . 166 

Knox Dry Goods Co., Linens, 
Blankets, Sheeting 166 

Miller's Coal Dock, Fuel 434 

Parker & Co., Groceries, Meats, 
Milk, Ice 166 

Pioneer Boiler Works. A. M. 
Wright, Prop., Sheet Iron 
Work 133 

Robeson, W. B., Preservo 434 

PORT McNICOLL, ONT. 

Bourrie, A., Hardware, Marine 
& Engineers' Supplies 212 

Corbett, T. B., Bread, Confec- 
tionery, Coal, Cement, Lum- 
ber, Ice 299 

Ney & Son, T. J., Marine Sup- 
plies 227 

Reedv & Dock, Groceries, Meats, 
Milk, Ice 212 

PRESCOTT, ONT. 

Fisher & Son, Thomas F., 
Meats and Poultry 91 

Hughes, John, Groceries, Fish, 
Milk 300 

QUEBEC, QUE. 

Murphy & Weir. Ship Chandlers 301 

Quebec Bank. The 212 

Quebec Marine Grocers, The, 
Ship Chandlers 3R6 

RACINE, WIS. 

Greene Engineering Works, F. 

J., Marine Repairs 176 

Hanlon Brothers, Groceries 184 

Haumersen Co., Groceries and 

Meats 176 

RIVER ROUGE, MICH. 

Ritter & Son, H., Marine Sup- 
plies 435 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 
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THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Baby Co., F. W., Coal, Ticket 
Agency 124 

Commercial and Savings Bank 124 

Currier, Capt. Frank, Ferryman 431 

Diamond Crystal Salt Co., Dia- 
mond Crystal Salt 72 

Hart & Co., E. S., Hardware, 
Plimibing and Tinning 124 

Hart & Scott, Real Estate & In- 
surance 224 

Jenningrs, Max, Jeweler & Op- 
tometrist 387 

May, Charles, Ship Chandlery, 
Paints, Hardware 431 

Mills Lumber Mfg. Co., Nelson, 
Milling, Lumber, Launcfies . . . 198 

Recor & Smith, Hardware, 
Paints. Rope 431 

Schlinkert Fuel & Builders' Sup- 
ply Co., Coal, Wood, Build- 
ing Supplies 124 

SANDUSKY, O. 

Bretz & Seitz, Clothiers 387 

Koehler Bros., Marine Meat 

Market 176 

Sandusky's Marine Meat Market, 

Tritschler Bros., Props 179 

SARNIA, ONT. 

Marine Supply Co., R. H. Mc- 
Mann & Co., Groceries, Meats, 
Milk, Ice 19e 

SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. 

Kaine Boiler & Sheet Metal 
Works 407 

SHEBOYGAN, WIS. 

Heinecke & Kaufmann Co., 
Meats, Ice, Milk 300 

Jung Co., J. & W., Department 
Store 388 

SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL. 

Behnke, B. A., Groceries, Meats, 

Provisions 196 

Black, James A., Hardware, 
Paints, Sheet Metal Work ... 198 

Doyle, Thos., Buffet 201 

Great Lakes Supply Co., Ma- 
rine Supplies 46, 409 

Kettler, H. J., Merchant Tailor 178 

Lundgren, Oscar, Buffet 178 

South Chicago Laundry Co., 
St^m Ijaundry 198 



South Chicago Marine Supply 
Co., Inc., Meats and Groceries 52 

Todt Co., The E. G., Engineers 
and Machinists 198 

STURGEON BAY, WIS. 

Noelck, Richard A., Real Estate, 
Insurance 144 

Rieboldt, Wolter & Co., Ship- 
builders and Contractors 144 

Shimmel, The Grocer 144 

SUPERIOR, WIS. 

Armstead's Laundry 178 

Berthiaume Bros., Groceries, 

Meats, Ice 388 

Boll-Scoon & Co., Groceries, 

Meats, Marine Supplies 146 

Northwestern Oil Co., Oils, 

Greases, Paints 388 

Pease Hardware Co., Paints, 

Engineers' Supplies 146 

Saratoga Hotel, James Tuohy, 

Prop 146 

Yale Laundry, Launderers and 

Dry Cleaners 146 

TOLEDO, O. 

Duncan Forge, The, Machinists 76 
Hardy & Dischinger Co., Tlie, 

Oils, Paints. Hose Ill 

Poggemeyer, Thad, Clothing .. 406 
Richards, Chas. G., Tin, Copper 

and Sheet Metal Worker 300 

Tiedtke Bros. Co., The, Meats, 
Poultry, Game, Dry Goods, 

Bedding 64 

Toledo Foundry & Machine Co., 

The, Machinists and Founders 43 
Toledo Shipbuilding Co., The .. 43 
Vulcan Iron Works Co., The, 
General Machinists & Found- 
ers 76 

Wilcox Co., The M. I., Oils, 
Waste, Packing, Mooring 
Lines, etc 66 

NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. 

Tonawanda Fueling Co., Fuel 
Dock 202 

TONAWANDA, N. Y. 

American Engine & Boiler 
Works, Machinery Repairing, 
Boiler Work, ©to 229 



WHERE TO FIND OUR PATRONS 



469 



Brown's Cafe & Restaurant 229 

Gardei, Wm., Jr., Meats, Gro- 

r^ries Fish 202 

Gillie Machine Co., Inc.. Machine 

and Boiler Shops, Foundries, 

etc 386 

Huber & McLaughlin, Groceries, 

N'Teats, Poultry, etc 239 

O'Connor, James, Ship Chandler 202 
Zuclcmaier Bros., Furniture, 

Bedding, Dry Goods 202 

TWO HARBORS, MINN. 

Falk, Chas. F.. Druggist 406 

Marine Meat Market 406 



Moulton & Schreiner, Marine 
Supplies 406 

VERMILION, O. 

Dall Brothers, Ship Chandler 
Supply Stores 329 

WAUKEGAN, ILL. 

Herman's Sons, Geo., Marine 
Grocers 299 

Peoole's Cash Market, The, Ma- 
rine Market 299 

WEST HOUGHTON, MICH. 

Schumacher, Alex., Groceries, 
Meats, Marine Supplies 407 



470 THE SHIP MASTERS' ASSOCIATION 



Benjamin Carpenter, President and Treasurer 

Hubbard Carpenter, Secretary , John A. Carpenter, Vice-President 

Charles W. Commons, Asst. Treasurer 

Established 1840 

Geo. B. Carpenter & Co. 



SHIP CHANDLERS 
and SAIL MAKERS 



CORDAGE, MARINE HARDWARE, ENaNEERS' 

SUPPUES, CANVAS GOODS, PACKING, 

HOSE, COTTON WASTE. PAINTS 

OILS and NAVAL STORES 



430440 WeUs Street CHICAGO 

Telephone Franklin 3344 



SOUTH CHICAGO BRANCH 

Great Lakes Supply Company 

James Channon, Manager 

3217 East 92nd Street SO. CHICAGO 

Telephone, South Chicago 1360 



MEMORANDUM 



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