After six months of pleading for a special rate, by the board, the best the railroads would offer was fare and one-third if one thousand certificates could be procured. The board could not guarantee this, as only five hundred were secured last year at Rochester, and it was the largest attended meeting in the history of the Association. Members are advised to take advantage of a summer tourists rate to several points near Milwaukee. One of these resorts is Waukesha. There are several others, and by courtesy of your railroad agent you can acquaint yourself fully with the places where the rate is in effect from June 1st to October.

HOTELS IN MILWAUKEE - HOTEL PFISTER (Headquarters)

Rooms without bath, $2.00 and up Rooms with bath 2.50 and up

PLANKINTON HOUSE

Roomsu without bath, $1 ..50 to $4.50 Rooms with bath 2.50 and up

REPUBLICAN HOUSE

Rooms without bath, A. plan, $2.50

and up Rooms without bath, E. plan, $1.00

and up Rooms with bath, A. plan, $3.00

and up Rooms with bath, E. plan, $2.00

and up

SCHLITZ HOTEL

Rooms without bath, $1.00 and up Rooms with bath . 1.50 and up

HOTEL CHARLOTTE

European plan . . $1.00 and up

RANDOLPH HOTEL

European plan . . $1.00 and up

HOTEL GILPATRICK

Rooms, E. plan $1.00 and $1.50 Rooms with bath, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 Two in room, one-half rate extra.

ST. CHARLES HOTEL Rooms, A. plan, $2.25 single, $2.00

double Rooms with bath, A. plan, $3.00

single, $2.75 double

HOTEL BLATZ

European plan $1.00 and up American plan - 2.25 and up

The following well-known photographers have promised President Proctor verbally and by letter that they would send three pictures to the Milwaukee meeting, July 11th:

H. A. Bliss, Buffalo C. S. Bateham, Nor-walk, Ohio W. E Butler, Bismarck, N. D. Brush Studio, Minneapolis; G.V. Buck, Washington, D.C.; J. Bourgholtzer, Washington, Ind.Fred Bradley, New York A. F. Bradley, New York; Frank R. Bill, Cleveland; A. L Bowersox, Cleveland; A. A. Bish, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Mr. Bill, with Benjamin Studio, Cincinnati; F. R. Barrows, Boston; H. D. Beach, Buffalo; J. H. Brubaker, Grand Rapids; Baker Art Gallery, Columbus; J. M. Bandtel, Milwaukee; Murray Brown, Wahpeton, N. D.; E. W. Brown, Beaver, Pa.; N. Brock, Ash-ville, N. C: J. Frank Cady, Booneville, Ind.; J. F. Crawford, Hamilton, Canada; L. P. Clapp, Marinette, Wis.; O. C. Courtright, Fort Madison, Iowa; A. N. Camp, James-

town, N. Y.; B. G. Covell, Birmingham, Ala.; Frank Scott Clark, Detroit; Mary Carnell, Philadelphia; A. M.Cunningham, Hamilton, Canada; E. B. Core, New York; E. E. Doty, Battle Creek, Mich.; E. C. Dintruff, Syracuse; Isaac DeVos, Chicago; Louis Dworshak, Duluth; Paul Dennison, Indian Head, Ark.; C. A. Donaldson, Whapton, N. D.; L..A. Dozer, Bucyrus, Ohio; Carl Frey, Utica; Evan D. Evans, Erie, Pa.; Rudolph Eichemyer, New York; Geo. Edmonson, Cleveland; W. S. Ellis, Philadelphia; J. H. C. Evanoff, Salem, Mass.; J. J. Fisher, Crestline, Ohio; E. L. Fowler, Evanston, 111.; B. J. Falk, New York; F. J. Feldman, El Paso; J. Giffin, Wheeling; Garrison Gentzel & Co,.Winnipeg, Man.; B. C. Galling, Minneapolis; J. Elsworth Gross, Chicago; C. H. Gal-braith, Minneapolis; Elias Goldensky, Philadelphia; E. R. Hutchinson, Chicago; Homier & Clark, Richmond; Holliday Studio, Durham, N. C; Geo. Holloway, Terre Haute, Ind.; Alfred Holden, Philadelphia; C. W. Hearn, Boston; F. W. Hornbaker, Scranton; The Hoffman Studio, Philadelphia; Dudley Hoyt, New York; C. M. Hayes, Detroit; Harris Ewing, Washington, D. C; G. A. Huffner, Minneapolis; Hollinger & Co., New York; J. W. Hawes, Flushing, N. Y.; Z. J. Hayes, St. Paul; L. Hallen, Evanston, 111.; Miss EstellJenkins, Chicago; R. W. Johnston, Pittsburg; S. E. Johnson & Co., Minneapolis; A. W. Judd, Chattanooga; Meredith Janvier, Baltimore; Chris Johnston, Hartford; J. B. Jackson, Barrie, Canada; J.W. Kellmer, Hazelton, Pa.; Geo. Knafl, St. Paul; Gertrude Kasebier, New York; J. H. Kirk, Wheeling; John H. Kemp, Scranton; Jos. Knaffl, Nashville; Geo. Kraft, St. Paul; Koshiba, New York; Wm. L. Koehne, Chicago; Chas. C. Kough, Greensburg, Pa.; Geo. J. Kossuth, Wheeling; Ben Larrimer, Marion, Ind.; Milton Loryea, Spokane; H. Larson, Minneapolis; Lee Bros., Minneapolis; W. S. Lively, McMinnville,Tenn.; S. H. Lifshey, Brooklyn; Lapres & La-vergne, Montreal; T. J. Leatherdale, Toronto; C. L. Lewis, Toledo; W. E. Lenney, Atlanta; Frank Moore, Cleveland; Frank W. Medlar, Spencer, Iowa; Moon & Wills, Seattle; Matzene, Chicago; Louis Mendel, Petersborough, Canada; W. M. Morrison, Chicago; The Cole-Miller Studio, Danville, Va.; Karl Moon, Grand Canyon, Arizona; W. R. Miller, Minneapolis; J. E. Mock, Rochester; Pirie MacDonald, New York; Wm. Notman & Sons, Montreal; Chas. W. Neiswanger, Muncie, Ind ; Miss Harriet Oonk, Cincinnati; W. E. Perry, Allegheny, Pa.; J, F. Palmer, Portage LaPrairie, Man.; A. H. Plecker, Lynchburg, Va.; W. H. Partridge, Boston; G. J. Parrott, Fort Wayne; B. F. Puffer, New York; H. H. Pierce, Boston; J. E. Pasonault, Wilhston, N. D.; Ryland W. Phillips, Philadelphia; J, W. Porter, Youngstown, Ohio; F. A. Rinehart, Omaha; Felix Raymer, Effingham, 111.; Wm. Robson, Winnipeg, Man.;

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Rembrandt Studio, Minneapolis; D.Rosser, Pittsburg; F. J. Rentchler, Ann Arbor, Mich; G. H. Roberts, Little Rock, Ark.; J. M. Reidsema, Kalamazoo, Mich.; C. R. Reeves, Anderson, Ind.; Fred L. Roy, Peterborough, Canada; J. E. Rosch, St. Louis; Wm. EL Rau, Philadelphia; Miss Jane Reese, Dayton, O.; Chas. W. Scheide, Elyria, O.; Kerrs Studio, Sistersville, W. Va.; N. T. Schedin, Leadville.Col.; Moffett Studio, Chicago; Byrd Studio, North Cambridge, Mass.; Geo. Sperry, Toledo; Sweet Bros., Minneapolis; Mrs. Ethel M. Standi-ford, Louisville; F. M. Steadman, San Francisco; G. W. Sparling, Portage LaPrai-rie, Man.; Smith Studio, Duluth; F. M. Somers, Cincinnati; John R. Snow, Man-kato, Minn.; S. L. Stein, Milwaukee; M. H. Sykes, Chicago; E. E. Seavey, New Castle, Pa.; Harvey J. Strong, Winnipeg, Man.; E. R. Shepherd, Minneapolis; M. J. Steffens, Chicago; D. D. Spellman, Detroit; J. B. Schriever, Scranton; J. C. Strauss, St. Louis; Herman Schervee, Worcester; Dick Steffens (opr. for E. Klauber), Louisville; J. R. Zweifel, Duluth; A. C. Town-send, Lincoln; Jos. Thibault, Fall River, Mass.; Geo. E. Tingley, Mystic, Conn.; Mr. Will Towles, Washington, D. C; C. F. Townsend, Des Moines; Thuss Bros., Nashville; C. J. Van Deventer, Decatur, 111.; C. L. Vernard, Lincoln, 111.; Walinger & Co., Chicago; Westen Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Man.; Frank D. Weeks, Virden, Man.; M. E. Wilson, Savannah, Ga.; J. E. Wams-ley, Decatur, 111.; Wharton & Tyree, Raleigh, N. C; Young & Carl, Cincinnati; Zweifel, Dayton, Ohio.

A. T. Proctor, President.