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Blast Furnaces and Steel

Blast Furnaces and Steel Plants Pre*, and Treas.—M. I. Arms. II. (At Wesi Harvey. 111., Plant) V. Pres.—R. J. Wean Chief Engr.—G. T. Lang V. Pres.—R. C. Stiefcl Gen. Supl.—Thomas Evans Sec.—3. R. Paisley Supt. O. H.—John McLaughlin Aasi. Treas. and A*st. Sec.—I. S. Taylor Met.—F. A. Kavnnnugh Pur. Agl.—O. J. McCarly EQUIPMENT—Two 15-ton acid open (At Aetna Division. Warren. 0.) hearth furnaces Gen. Mgr.—M. D. Baughmnn PRODUCTS—Acid steel casting Draftsman—W. R. Meredith Capacity—1.100 tons per month Machine Shop Supt.—I. H. Zell Capilal—$350,000 Storekeeper—Ralph Lane Railroads—B. ft 0.; Chicago Term;nal (At Standard Division. Ellwood City. Pa.) ALLIS—CHALMERS MPG. CO.. Mil­ Gen. Mgr.—G. A. Pugh waukee. Win. Plania: West Allia, Wis. Machine Shop Supl.—W. A. Kerr and Norwood, 0. Chief Engr.—II. XV. Smith Prea.—Olio II. Falk Met.—W. H. Pfeil V. Pres. Max W, Babb Roll Designer—E. J. Mulvaney Treas.—R. Dill Draftsman—W. W. Golden Compt. and Sec.—W. A. Thompson Storekeeper—Frank Gross Pur. Agt.—A. E. Bnteson PRODUTS—Rolling mill machinery, eaet- Gen. Wiks. Mgr.—William Watson ings. patterns, lube mille. rolls, draw Asst. Wrks. Mgr.—W. E. Furnas benches, special mill machinery PRODUCTS—Power, electrical and indus­ AETNA STEEL ft IRON CO.. South.ngtrial machinery inion, Conn. (At Norwood, 0.. Bullock Works) Pres. and G. M.—Seth L. Martin Gen. Supl.—Earle R. Kn.ght V Prea.—Charles A. Haines Pur. Act.—George C. Merckel Vice Prea.—Job. Maddocks PRODUCTS—Electrical machinery Treas. and Sec.—P. B. Kennedy * ALLOY METAL WIRE CO., 13lh and Aasi. Treas.—Carl Stohleker Pennsylvania Ave., Moore, Pa. G»n. Supt.—L. XV. Jordan Pres.—James L. Leonard Roll Dcsianer—Frank J. Ray V. Prea.—Thomaa XV. Burke EQUIPMENT—One each 18-inch. 10-incb, Trea*. and G. M.—E. H. Flinn 8-Inch bar milts Sec.—D. A. Crosset PRODUCTS—Iron and steel bars Pur. Agt.—David Morrow Capacity—2,000 tons C.-ri Siij.-t - l'i in.if I rr.l Capital—$150,000: issued. $51,000 EQUIPMENT—250-lb. Pittsburgh melter Railroads—Three side tracks owned by PRODUCTS—Wire, cold drawn roda and company; plant on aide track of N. Y., strips N. H. ft H. and II. R. Capacity—200 Ions per month ALLEGHENY STEEL CO-. Brackenridge, ALLOY STEEL ft METALS CO.. 55tb Pa. and Alameda Sta., Los Angeles, Calif. Pres.—H. E. Sheldon Chairman and Pres.-—A. J. Morse Aait. to Pre*.—V. B. Browne Treas., Pur. Agt. and Gen. Mgr.—B. J. V. Pres, and Treas.—R. D. Campbell Quinn V. Prea.—L. W. H eks Sec,—V. K. Anderson V. Pres.—J. 0. Carr Gen, Supt, Fdry.—J. Lavine V. Pres.—C. C. Henderson Chief Engr. and Draftsman—P. R. Francis ALLIED Pnr. Pur. Gen. Snpt. Chief Asst. Met.—XV. Engr. Safely PRODUCTS—Ingois, Prea.—John Vice See. i.|. Vice J. tubes, 8. Harvey. M. and Agt.—E. Agt.—H. Racine S. Pres. Mgr.—XV. Chief 0. Engr.—0. Prea.. Teals—C. and Insp.—F. STEEL Llewellyn aleel H.—H. Auditor—F. III. E. and Chief Engr.—J. Ave., T. Treaa.. Caugherty aheeta, CASTINGS L. D. Salea Llewellyn F. J. Elee—A, B. A. H. Chicago, McGraw Menkc Deiwiler Slroble Young I.indquist Walker Mgr.—C. atampinga, Sec. H. R. sheet CO., Taylor Stephens E. III. and Miller bare, 12000 J. Plant: castings G. Naah boiler M.— West Capilal—$250,000 ALTOONA Treas. Gen. Sleam Met.—W. EQUIPMENT—Foundry, PRODUCTS—Soft. Capacity—250 Railroads—Southern Pres.—Dr. As«t. EQUIPMENT—18-foot Elee. cleaning, atainleas roller St., McCauley 16-inch Sunt.—William Engr.—A. Sec.. Altoona. and Engr.—W. bearings, IRON Young 3-sland Sec.—Russell Joseph and heat Pur. CO., tons Pa. chrome E. treating, Agt. Glass crushers D. Allsrd bar per Olh Pacific W. chrome. Findley and 1-atand mill, vanadium month Ave. Grove McCauley forge machine O. Railway and two M.—Russetl Shop muck manganese. castings, 30lh 8-inch shop. mill. Spur

Blast Furnaces and Steel Plants 4-atand guide mills, 5 healing furnaces, 28 pudding furnaces PRODUCTS—Staybnli. engine boll, aockel iron, speeincailon iron, muck bar, chain iron, etc. Capacity—24.000 gross Ions per year Capital—$150,000 Rail road—Pe nnsylvania AMERICAN ABRASIVE METALS CO., 60 Church St.. New York. N. Y. Plant: Irvington. N. J. Pres. and Treas.—K. K. Edmondson Vice Prea.—A. B. Sayrc Sec.—R, P, Sproner EQUIPMENT—Three cupolas PRODUCTS—Feralun, bromalun and alumalun safety slair treads, elevator door threshold', weir reaislenl plates and pipes, brake shoes, rabble blades Capacity—40 Ions daily (At Irvington N. j. Plant, 400 Corl Si.) Gen. Supt.—Adam H. Miller AMERICAN BRAKE SHOE ft FDRY. CO., THE. Gcr.. office. 30 Church St.. New Yoik. N. Y. Plania: Baltimore, Md.; Buffalo. N. Y.; Burnaide. 111.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Chicago. III.: Den. ver. Colo.: Houston. Tex.; Kansas City, Mo.: Mahwab, N. J.; Melro>e Park. II).; Minneapolis. Minn.; Norwood, Mass.; 2 al Pittsburgh, Pa.: Portsmouth. Va.; Subsidiary and Associated Companies American Mslleables Co.. Plania at Owosso, Mich.: Southern Wheel Co.; Plants. Atlanta, Ga.: Birmingham. Ala.; Cleveland, O.: Pittsburgh, Pa.: Portsmouth. Va.: Rochester, N. Y.: Savannah. Ga.; Sayre, Pa.: St. Louis, Mo.: Toledo. Ohio; American Brake Shoe ft Foundry Co., of California, plants: Los Angeles and Ssn Francisco, Ca).; American Forgo Co., Chicago. III.; American Manganese Steel Co.. plants: Chicago Heights 111.: Denver. Col.; New Castle, Del.; Oaklrnd, Cal.; SI. Louia, Mo.: Los Angeles, Cat.; Ramapo Aj.x Corp., plants: Chicago, III.; Hilburn, N. Y.; Minneapolis. Minn.: Trenton. N. J.; Canton. O.: Chicago. III.; St. Louis. Mo. Prea.—Joshua A. Hatfield V. Prea.—L. A. I'adduch Sec.—R. F. Ball Treas.—F. E. Wiley Asat. Sec.—Geo. K. Leel, New York Asst. Treas.—Wm. K. Cornwell Auditor—Frank B. Thompson Assl. Gen. Opg. Mgr.—M. Williams Pur. Agt.—W. G. A. Millar Aclg. Chief Engr.—C. G. K Larsson, N. Y. Gen. Mgr. Erect. Dept.—Richard Khucn, Jr. Div. Mgr. Erect. Dept.—J. L. de Vou Div. Mgr. Erect. Dept.—C, S. Garner Div. Erect Mgr.—J. B. Gemberling Div. Erect. Mgr.—K. L. Strickland (Al Ambridge, Pa.. Plant) Mgr,—L. S. Reilly Asat. Mgr.—David L. See Supt. O. II.—Wm. S. Bradley Engr.—R. G. Manning M. M.—A. B. Churchill Mach. Shop Supt.—J. H. Lester Storekeeper—G. XV. Zabn (At Pencoyd, Pa., Plant) Mgr.—H. L. James Asst. Pur. Agt.—M. L. Seaman Supt. Yds. and BIdgs.—E. F.. Quitnby Aasi. Supt. Yds. and Bldgs.—Cha*. Melhorn O. H. Dept. Supl.—H. B. Siddall Asst. O. H. Supl.—Carlton Williams Fdrys. Supl.—W. P. Cunningham Supl. Rolling Mill—W. V. Frame Supt. Motive Power—Waller Righter Asst. Supt. Motive Power—Geo, Robertson Supt. Pattern Shop—Albert Swaile Roll Designer—Geo. Harper Asst, M. E.—P. G. Ingraham Engr. of Teals—A. H. Warlman Elee. Supl.—Joseph K. Rose Chemist—Charles Brugger Foreman—Charles Parsons Foreman—-F. J. Armbruster Foreman—M. Stoenson Treas.—George Asst. Chief (At AMERICAN Pre*.—rJoMph V. Sec.—Geo. Pur. Capilal—Preferred. Supt.—W. Y.: Co.. $100,000: Frick Ambridge, Elmira. Niagara Superior. Pres. Pitisburgh, Agt.—Charles Treas.—Frank Engr.—FfU Pueblo. Ltd., Sales—Wm, Bldg.. Opr.—James BRIDGE N. M. Falls. A. St. Wis.: Pencoyd Issued Y.; B. Judd Bluma Colo.: C. Thomas. Pittsburgh. Pa.. CO.. Terbell Can.: Gary. Ames Wm. H. Dominion $9.600.000: $652,800 H. S. and East S. McGralh 3417 Main Sargent McGowan Janke Niagara Ind.; Onl. Thompson Pittsburgh. St. Smallman office: Pa. Brake Toledo. Louis, Falls, Common, Plants: Shoe Pa.; St.) O.; III.: N. AMERICAN Foreman—Ralph PRODUCTS—O. Annual Sleel Type Power Fuel—Annual bars steel gas chines one inchnected steam 7.000 gas side 1,500-kw. 12,000,000 New Mill—11 of finishing producers, coal, Ave., and 12-inch Capacity—250,000 York. Plant—Two gross Milts—One engines, for CABLE lo plates 50,000 Newark. generator*, lurbine tattings, gallons tons N. consumption merchant furnacea CO.. Taylor mill, direct H. 3 Y. coke. cranes, gross 36-inch ingots fuel K. engines, 105 1.000-kw. one Plants: connected structural and J. mill; 89.000 oil. Ions Hudson 23-inch Ions and 3 hloomme approximately 2 two charging cupolas. direr! blooms one steam 462 gross and SI., 500-kw. mill shapes, 23-28River- null; coal, con­ and tona maone 13 :

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