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Indianapolis Indiana Socialist Party Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 1, 1911, Indianapolis, IndianaA i m my v �?~11 l it in i v a a 1 of i Kouvo is void. 1. Terre haute speakers dates speakers have been dated As follows although May be some changes in the routes after this list appears. Number will not be More than two As the applications for Winter lectures Are not very numerous Kate Richards of Hare Wabash november 11 Huntington 12 Elkhart 13 Mishawaka 14 it. Wayne 15 Marion 16 Elwood 17 Anderson 19 Muncie 20 Martinsville 21 Newcastle 22 Farmersburg. 23 a Ltd # Huntingburg 24 Princeton 25. Walter Millard Marengo november 11 Chris Ney 12 Rockport 13 Oakland City 14 Ayrshire 15 Glezen 16 Lyons 17 Carlisle 18 Jackson Hill 19 Hymera 20 Terre haute 21 Staunton 22 Fontanet. 23 Greencastle 24 Cloverdale 25 Cunot 26 Frankfort 27 West Lebanon 28. Reports of speakers for october. The following is a general summary of the reports of speakers and their work for october other speakers May be started in december though the is Condo in the Field 31 Days and 28 dates. Receipts for lectures $82.80. Literature sales $19. Total receipts $101.80. Expenses Railroad fare $13.10. Hotel $2.25. Salary $84. Total $99.35. Surplus to the state office $2.45. Too poll your precincts. The state executive committee urges the locals to take up the work of polling the precincts of cities and wins where locals Are organized. We Are now be a a a Quot a a a a a a in a a a a a a a my a i a. Ulm y. A a coming a party where Success a the polls is a common occurrence and we should prepare in Advance of an election and have All the information possible to enable us to defeat the capitalist parties. Later on Blank forms will to the locals for this purpose. -000 contributions to the state bulletin. The contributions to the state bulletin still fall Short of meeting the expenses of publication. Financial secretaries should bring this matter to the attention of their locals and have the latter vote a certain amount for each month. An average of 25 cents per month from each local will be sufficient. The contributions were As follows Muncie 50c Cunot 25c Laporte 25c Elkhart 25c Wanatah 25c Kokomo $1.50 White River 25c Swayzee 25c Mishawaka 25c Princeton 25c Jackson Hill 25c South Bend 25c Lafayette 25c Moores Ridge 25c. Total $5. To los Orga during despite the Chilly weather october proved to be the Best month so far in the number of locals organized and the charter members admitted. The following Twenty locals were chartered during the month Arcadia 8 members Bloomfield 14 Fortville 16 Lyons 54 Staunton 30 Medora,-18 West Lebanon 6 Shirley 8 Ston Bluff 10 Hillham 5 Marengo 6 Fontanet 13 Ayrshire 57 Oakland City 14 Rood 8 pleasant Ridge 10 Delphi 11 Boonville 16 mount Zion 6 Greensburg 7. Total members 309. 31k i have you noticed the comparisons in another column have you helped to increase the totals Given there every party member should carry a membership card to hand to the fellow who says he is a a socialist Jos Zimmerman in the Field 2 4 Days and 24 dates. Receipts for lectures $47. Collections. $6.52. Literature sales $20.65. Total receipts $74.17. Expenses Railroad fare $9.65. Hotel $1. Miscellaneous $1.20. Salary $72. Total expenses $83.85. Deficit s9.68. Ira Tilton in the Field seven Days and seven dates. Receipts for lectures $21. Literature sales $4.60. Total receipts $25.60. Expenses Railroad fare $3.85. Salary $21. Total expenses $24.85. Surplus to the state office 75c. \ olt Send in amendments. The state Secretary has issued a Call for amendments to the state Constitution locals desiring changes should draft them in the form of amendments and Send them in. They will he reported Back to All locals for discussion so that the delegates to the state convention will be in a better position to consider each amendment when they Are up for consideration. Winter lectures. About Twenty locals have applied for Winter lectures so fax. If no More applications Are received not More than two speakers can be routed this Winter and these for Only four or five weeks. If you local has overlooked the matter Mark this item and bring it up at the next meeting and report the result to the state Secretary without delay. Too Over three thousand members the monthly report for october shows that there Are now More than 3,000 members of the socialist party in Indiana. Taking the number that is paid up together with those locals that paid dues but sent no report it is seen that the paid up membership exceeds 3,000 whee the total on the Roll must be close to 4,000. The a were 65 locals that reported for september and 81 that reported for october. If your financial Secretary failed to report Call his attention to it. Too receipts. Party members will notice the Large item of $20.85 reported As miscellaneous receipts in this month s report. A number of Large sums were received that would be difficult to classify under any other head and Are As follows Florence Wattles september surplus $10.05 Indianapolis balance on Garrison account $7 William Houston collection at Staunton $2.5 5 new Albany balance on Garrison account $1.25. Total $20.85
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