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 K NIGHTS OF HONOR SPECIAL
Presenf this Notice tothe FinanCIalReporter to be Receipted when you i
Entered according to Act 01 Congress in the year 1886.
CLASS A, 1 ASSESSMENT No. 9

01’s B,8 As’ts Nos. 525,526,52 7,528,529,53

011A LODGE No. 518, K. of B., Lexmgton, Ky.

L. H. N OTTN AGBL, Reporter

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Y :i ereby notified that you are as- IAm’i‘, of .1881, " ' " " 8 25.7217
ress-xi com-dance With the provuuonsfof Expense flSSIt Due June '30 8 i257
Artie u rcme Lod e Constitution or

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530,531 539 which are now duc.The .
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ny action of the lodge. “ “ ‘l " for Expenseflss’tfl---.._m
For inlormation oi members the iollowing abstract is given [tom the omoial Notice oi the Supreme Reporter
86. Louis. M0. or above date Buclolo Stamp lor postage on returned receipt
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NO I NAME OF MEMBER IEUEI LOCATION I§§I DSJETOHF I a; I $5; I OAUBE or DEATH
CLASS A
398 Isaac W Miller--_..--...-_ 3080 Russellvilie Ill--..- 45 Feb 14 1897 Full 361 60 Pistol Shot ‘---.. --—
399 Edward G Ludwig-_._..... 2519 New Orleans La-_. 86 " 19 ‘- " 257 04 Conges'n oi Stom'h & 8’19
400 Wilhelm Hammer-..- -_-- 2214 New York N Y --_. 48 mar 2 " " 487 50 Arsenical Poisoning f
401 George Fox....--._-_..__-. 656 Pittsburg Pa -_... 72 u 27 " " 1182 50 Organic Heart Disease-_-
409 W J ichey------_---.-.... 783 Stark ville Miss._-. 61 Apr 2 h “ 464 00 Chi-011156 Gastro-Enterites
408 William m Donsldson_..-_ 4029 Danvllle Va -_-._.. 28 ~- 11 " " 3 48 B. nACcldent -_... . .-_----
404 Otto Kuster ___--_..-.._-__ 634 Hoboken N J-___-_ 53 Mar 5 u u 246 44 Acu a Bro , -
405 Matthew J Tracy -.--.____ 1996 New York N Y---. 25 .. 23 " Bali 19 93 Com "
406 Thomas M Lyman ._-.-.-. 1551 sandersville Ga--- 80 " 28 .' ~- 50 06 Org:
407 L 8 Cash-.-___.___._---_--. 1021 Charleston Ill---.“ 70 “ 31 " Full 1152 50 Can ,
408 L A Lowray-..---__..-._. 1258 Dawson Ga _..-... 68 Apr 7 “ -- 480 15 Inti
409 Wm C Marlin_-._-_-_-.._ 1_55 Nashville Tenn -_. 68 -- 7 'I " 579 00 Con
410 Alfred Slack----,_____--. . 703 Allegheny Pa -_.-. 74 H l " Hair 772 25 Obs
411 Fredrick F Mccomas 333 Hagerstown Mo.. 47 Mar 27 " F1111 117 60 GB
412 Horace ASalyer-__--_-_ lfil Lynn mass------_. 51 “ 30 ' " 435 05 Bri
413 W H White._-.__-_-.----.,- 525 Meridian Miss..--. 58 Apr 11 " " 479 80 Ulr
414 Robert Z Houston_-___..-- 1220 TerreHaute Ind-.. 57 Mar 18 " " 495 56 Co
410 John L murpny__-__ _-_... 1120 Augusta Ark-".__ '71 " 21 “ " 1395 00 C
416 J W Ward -_-____..__. ---. 452 Little Rock Ark __. 69 " 81 " “ 910 00 0
417 Chas ELight_____-__-.-.-. 1930 San Francisco Cal 67 Apr 8 “ " 1251 00 E
416 Wrn P Humphreys ._-.. -._. 1990 " " " 67 -- 5 " ” 882 00 C
419 R E Ty]er._--______--_.-__- 2096 Richmond Vii----- 60 H B " ' 449 88 0.
4'20 Ernest Vogelsang._.._---- 2669 Fayetteville Tex-. 61 Mar 4 " " 442 60 L
421 nanielsanderson _-_-__-... 3521 SantaAnna Tex-_. 45 Apr 1 " " 244 40 Or
422 Ernest Kneiael_-__-------. 2138 BrooklynN Y.---. 49 -- ‘ 6 " " 243 96 Co
423 R E Bennett___-__._...-- .. 174 Savannah Tenn-__ 49 mar 16 " " 458 96 Ca
424 John MiesneL- -..... ,---. 2287 New York N Y-___ 48 Apr 8 " Bali 267 74
425 Eugene Lclark_____-_----. 267 Poterboro N 11..., 47 u 6 " Full 447 80 D1.
426 Edwin H Hyde _-.----.-." 2540 New Orleans LIL- 56 " 18 " “ 417 60 Bri
427 Theodore E Sohmattz__--_ 8397 ’l‘cxarkana Ark.-. 45 H 5 “ " 203 60 Be a-
428 William David Henry----. 808 Town or Union N J 40 “ 8 I‘ " 842 44 Inflou
429 Ohm: BAnderson.--------- 8971 Norborne Mom... 40 -- 10 “ Half 13 59 Pamiysi- _- . .
430 Francis Arnold.--._.____-_ 884 Sparta Tenn-"--. 73 " 6 " Full 1671 50 Neuralgia oi Heart.---_--
431 Robert J Walk er _--- -_-. 2488 Reno Mo _-_.---.. 60 'I 16 ' " 464 40 Auenrisrn oi Aorta ___-__-
432 James P Baggott.-_--.-_-- 694 Ludinigton Michm 50 " i7 “ H81! 899 44 Organic Heart Disease-..
4.13 Joseph Ralsey White.-. 1858 New ork N Y ._- 66 Mar 5 ' Full 868 00 Cerebral Apoplexy _-_-._-
434 Abraham Crone __--__--.._ 675 Pittsburg Pa -_-... 71 -- 16 " " 1414 00 Brights Disease ___-_-----
496 Carl Prochaska. .. ___. 469 Jersey City N J-__ 68 -' 22 ' “ 902 00 Cal olic Acid Poisoning r
430 Ernest Diedrich Doscher 2802 New York N Y.--. 50 Apr 7 “ " 489 15 Cancer oi! stomach _-_-.--
437 Nels A Ekdahl.._--_.-----_ 3419 ltenovo Pa..-..__. 43 7. B .. Hall 82 68 Acute Pneumonia _---__--
488 Ansel B Cowan._-..-___--. 254 St Louis Mo.--_---_ 68 " 16 “ Full 890 00 Remittent Fever -_-..-__.
439 James Herron._--_-_------ 264 " " ...-.. 68 “ 21 " " 484 00 Cerebral Apoplexy --.---_
440 William E Atchlson--..-._ 2515 Delhi La ---.-.-.-- 58 " 7 “ Halt 416 06 La Grippe__-_---.-.-..--__
441 Thomas A Williams ---.. .. 3578 New (rloans La-.. 5?. .. 7 °‘ Full 224 05 Consumption ._... ...-..-
442 Solomon Hoyman .---._-_- 2598 New York N Y--- 58 “ 11 " " 425 80 Cancer 0! Liver-.. ..---__
448 Drue McGee .._-_., -.-.-_._ 860 Gilmer Tex-...-_-. 87 Jan 20 " “ 232 91 Gunshot W’nd Pro’y Sui’d
444 JohnA Hopkins-.... . -__. 2742 Moscow Tex--._.-. 68 Feb 12 " " 527 30 Acute Bronchitis-".,-"-
445 Gustave H Weybrecht .-_- 1165 New York N Y---- 48 Mar 26 " " 366 50 Abcess oi Liver _--_-__ ..-
446 William J Lucas.______._._ 507 Rocidale 'i‘ex-._-. 40 Apr 6 " " 112 11 Organic Heart Disease--.
447 John P White _____-_._._ .. 66 Nashville ’l‘enn.-- 71 -- 7 " " 1208 50 Softening or Brain---_----
44B Louis Beiter._-___ __.-_-- 982 Chicago Ill-.------' 68 " 8 “ “ 906 00 Run Over by Cara __.--._-
449 Fredrick Halveland -._-... 430 St Louis Mo._.._.. 44 " 10 " " 461 20 Acute Pneumonia. ___-_.....
450 C A Burgeson ___.......... 1564 Centralia Ill-.__.-. 48 " 15 “ " 415 46 Consumption -..-_-.--.._-
451 Chair W Raisler,-..._.._-_- 612 Athens A18 -_- ._... 68 Mar 15 " " 904 00 cerebral Apoplexy -._...- -
452 s Bissenffer_____.-_--______ 158 Chattanooga Tenn 72 Apr 8 " “ 1476 00 " ' .. _-_.-
458 George enry Cotton ._--- 281 Boston Mass --_-.. 45 -' 10 " " 466 60 Acute Pneumonia -..-_-_--
454 Elisha B Murray --_------- 221 Addison NV._--.. 70 " 12 " " 1168 50 Blood Po’n’g I’m I'y to Fr
455 Theodoreu Stone-“___-_- 909 Madisonville Ky-.. 30 " 16 " “ 22 53 Killed by Explo’on oi Gas
456 Algheus 8 Graham --_ ._-- 880 Meridon Conn-.--. 70 " u. " “ 1178 50 Perniclous Anaemia-_-_--
457 Jo 11 Human .__----.___.-. 1909 Port Jarvis N Y--. 41 " 12 " " 859 52 Brights Disease -..-_---_-
453 D C Hardin____________-__- 659 Bardstown Ky----. 57 “ 13 " " 473 24 Paralysis ._.--......---.-.
469 F J Bwalne ._----____...... 214 Ypsilanti Mich -__ 46 " 14 " " 456 20 " --..--..-...----.-
460 Win Logan Walker ___-.-_ 687 Holly Sfirings Miss 56 " 15 “ " 424 66 Cerebral Apoplexy----.-..
461 James Priestley___________ 769 unntln iris--..... 53 Apr 16 1897 Full 457 22IAOUto Perlton tia..--......
462 Henry Wedemeyer-.--.--. 8542 Plainfleld N J----.. 84 " 18 “ Ba]! 10'] 34 Acute Pnuemonia- .. . ..--
468 Carl H Teschke _______--__ 2986 Newark N .1.-...... 50 " 15 " " 177 80 (Cancer 01 Stomach .--.----
464 Anders Moiiergren______-, 914 Boston Mass _---... 48 " 10 " Full 400 10 Conaumgtionun ....-_-_--
465 Bell] F Kittrell._-___-__--. 2188 Black Hawk M158” 60 ” 22 " " 449 10 Brights : ; :,- :
466 Henry D F Fullo.--.---.-. 8196 BrooklynN Y--.--. 55 Mar 17 " “ 361 9: Canal n _.
467 JOBepn Jung _. ......_-_.-. 1074 caseyvilie Kp-.---. 67 Apr 9 " Halt 519 50 Brokt. ,
468 Christian Sturm _-----_--. 141 Knoxville Tenn-... 71 " 4 " Full 904 00 Brig

469 Frank E Butler _._.-._--_. 2147 Brooklyn N Y-.... - 29 " 5 " " 224 76 C0118

470 William D Robertson-.... 888 Portsmouth V14...- 70 " lb " " 1341 00 P8”

471 Arthur G Palmer-.--_-_.-. 1612 Cincinnati Ohio—... 56 " 21 " “ 417 20 Brig

47: Leonard Griggs __--_____-. 1883 Bellevue Ky --..--. 60 “ 24 " " 454 '6 Be“

473 F M Beau Jr_________~ ____ 2509 Deasonville Miss __ 41 Mar 18 " " 409 85 A0

474 Adam Derbacher-_--_-_--. 164 Louisville Ky ..---- 65 Apr ll ': I: 645 00 011'

475 Gear 6 Tripple_________--_ 1530 Trenton Iil-—-_---“ 55 M87 4 '. u 467 20 A0

474: Meg Pan1__-_._.__.----.. 3132 New York N Y-.... 81-1811 25 ‘ 60 15 E

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T0 KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, Dr.
M. A. SCOVELL, Director.
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NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
t 7 ‘ HEI.’ 346 at 348 BROADWAY. .
‘*f¢.‘ 60,971.
New York, June 3rd, 1897.‘ -
. Jas. K. Battersou,'Esst, .
Lexington, Ky.
Dear Sir:- Your favor of 28th.ulto;, .ad-
.dressed to our.Mr. Whittier, in reference to policy~f 164,000, on .
your life,.have been'forwarded to us for attention;
,Ia reply we would.say that the above policy was issued
Sept. 25th, 1883,.03 the 15—Year Endowment, lé-Year Tontine plan,
for 3 2,000, at age 49‘.~
When your policy was issued in 1882ithe Qoupany had had no
15-Year policies mature, and.besides showing guarantees to.be stipulated
in the policy the.00upany made certain.estinates of what then appeared to
be results likely to be obtained in excess of the guarantees. The.nakiag
up of these estimates required certain assumptions as a basis, and for
this basie.the best data then at hand were taken, namely, rates of mor-
tality, interest, expenses and policies discontinued by non—payment of
premiums.whieh up to that time had prevailed among the policies of the I
company. Confident as the Gompany was, and reasonably so, of the probe-
bility.of these estimates being realised, the prospectuses of the plan stated
clearly that the estimates oeuld not be taken as promises or guarantees, but
that the actual results of the future must necessarily depend upon the ex-
perience of the future, and agents were carefully instructed to use them
accordingly;

’ We will ask you to kindly consider the return.uhder your
policy in connection with the cost of the insurance to the Gospeny.“ It
should not be forgotten that had your death occurred during the first year
.of the policy, after.having:paid.only 8 151.03 Sept.‘35th, 1883,Vthe:qon-
pany.would have been bound to pay.to the beneficiary'the.sue of 3 8,000.‘

It has been your.geod fortune to.eurviwe to.the present tine, but other
‘ueubers.insured at the saue.tidezyour.policy was taken out..hete died.in
the first year of the insurance,:or:ie other years during.the.Tontiae period,

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and such.lcsses have been partly.paid from.the premiums received.frou
‘ you.' Thus you will~see it has been impossible for the.aompany to retain
and accumulate all the premiums which you have paid. It shouli be under-
stood that the premium which the company Iculd be required to charge each
year for a term of fifteen years.fcr a person aged 49 (your age at the
time the policy las issued) for.the.siaple.purpoae cf.being able to pay
an insurance of 3 2,000 in the event of the death of the'insured,is S 61;OO.
Under such a policy.no return lould.be made in the forn.of dividend during
the period.or at the.end of same, and no cash payment-of any kind.uculfl be
provided for in case the.iusured outlived the.15eYear.pericd.* It is proper
therefore-to regard the sum of such premiums.fcr the fifteen years.as repre~
.senting the value.tc you of the protection.Ihich your family.has had during
the term.of fifteen years, the total of such payments:be1ng. .8 915.00
If to this.is added fihe amount which the gompauy is able to
.return to.you in.cash, i. a., . . . __§‘§44.78
Your policy represents an actual cash.talue to yen of, 3,659.78
The total.annual premiums.paid.by you ( 3 151.02 each year), 2,265.30
Sharing.an actual value in excess of the total premiums paid of i ,
op . . . . . . 1.294448
' While.we very much regret.that you are disappointed in the results
under your.pclicy,.still we'thiuk you will admit.that the transaction has
.nct been an uuprcfitale.cne for you: and it should be remembered:that you
have.had insurance for fifteen years in one of the nest reliable insurance
Companies in the.lcr1d;
Yours truly, , “f / [#7
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”THE COLUMBIA” BUILDING.
w. R. NOBLE, MANAGER.
RANDAL WHITTIER, CASHIER.
Louisville, Ky., June 5/97
Prof. J. K. Patterson,
Lexington, Ky.
Dear Sir:~
I enclose a letter sent you by the Company in our care, in

reference to your yolicy #164,000. They express regret at your disap-

pointment at results on your policy, but go on to tell the cost of insu-

rance, to which the Company has been subjected during the t1me,the

amount returned you, with the difference between the sum of these and

the premiums paid by you, showing that you really have received an actual
1 value, in oncess of the total premiums paid, of nearly $1300. We think

you cannot fail to be conyinced, by the exposition of the matter given -

by the Company. _ '

, ' Yours respectfully, . R
‘- Qiilfullllz ‘ {04!th 7*
(one) _ ‘ 4 w\\ Cashier.

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 payable, and shall be paid on. or before the last, day of unpaid claims is equally just, and when we shall have \
:hiih month, “'thh‘h}{Ere-Till]??? iSihlii lhe i1” :tqldition Vi" extinguished the last of the claims due from Class B, the
.le HSSL‘SSXHL‘II S \\' ll(‘ 1 S lit 0 evtet unt e1” It) tl'OVIS' . v . 3 V r
ions of Sections 4 and (i of this Article. 1 Ixmghts 0t Honor “'11 stand upon
SEPTION 4. Lery of .-1ssr.-snicnts—On the twentieth day A FOUNDATION UNEQUALLED IN SECURITY
of each month the Supreme Reporter shall levy one _ , . _
assessment, and no more, upon beneficial members. by any 50‘519'6)’ 1“ 0111' land, “Mi “'lii be 111 the filii glow
It was the belief of the members of the Supreme Lodge of a prosperity which will rival that of its earlier history,
' a I once attain it will be unparalleled in the magnitude ‘
that there would be the same 1m ’3 p
of its organization, and in the extent of its benevolence u reme 0d 8’ “1 hts 0f onor
UNANiMiTY 0F THOUGHT AND ACTION to the widows and orphans of our feIIO\\'—nicu.
on your part that characterized their own action. Many thousands 0f hC‘V hit‘ihhhi's “1'0 entering 0111' _—
While providing thereby the clearest: equity in the 01'de Our Syfstom meets with universal {Icin'oval 1113011 SPECIAL CIRCULAR N0. 1.
amounts levied, and relievutg the older members of our ihe lliii't 0f the young men Of the CU'ihii'Y» who are adding
Order, the members of the Supreme Lodge were also dc» to 0111' numbers iihii prosperity, hh‘i it is earnestly hoped "h
-. . . .- . . . . .. .. , . . that neither )ersonal misfortunenoriudividualdiscontent
Sirens of making the payments as (asy as possiblt, and .- .. l .- ’ . ' . . Explanatory of Special Assessments to meet Unpaid Claims
arranged that: the same could be made durmrr the [course \\ ill lessen the ardor and zeal \\ Ith which we who lune , , .
f 1 b ' t1 ' 1 t ' ' t'’3 1 for so many years upheld our most glorious and bcncfieent upon the Widow and Orphans Benefit Fund, caused by
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0 tie ensuing utttcn ment is. 1 Mania ing, 'JO‘Hthl, .- .. . ~ . . the transfer of membership from Clastho CIassA.
that as the total of the assessttietits required 1s wuh many “Vtit‘l'i “ iii Silii (‘Ohtlh'ie “1 the 81““? “Ol'ih i" the Chti
thousands of 0111. members 3. 31111111 sum, and one which that increased thousands of our homes may receive the fi
they would prefer paying at once, rather than in partial hL‘hL‘iiWhU‘v‘ Of the knights "i" “011013 ,
payments, the following resolution was also adopted, viz.: Fraternally yours, AT TiiE .5055?“ Of the Supreme Lodge hf‘hi in June,
Resolrcd, That any member of the Order liable for the .l. ‘V. G‘OIII‘IEN, _ lbjb’ it “Vim appalcnt trotn the experience 0f the
assessments provided for in Section 3, Article VII. Su~ Supreme Dictator. preVious twenty-three 3'03“"q Of our Oi'iihi': that ihwlhilhiy
preme Lodge Constitution, may, at any time, anticipate ) ‘ T 7, existed in the system under which our business was
and pay any 01' “,11 0f Shh] assessments through his lodge, 1" 1" TRITON’ conducted, operating against; the introduction of new
and when so paid, such assessments shall be forwarded Supreme Reporter. _, 1 l‘ 1 _ h , , . 1
by the lodge to the Supreme Treasurer, with the next membeis, am flat time ad also accumulatet a. con-
assesstnent report forwarded by the lodge. ST. Lot'is, June 19, 1897. siderable number of claims due and unpaid to our
Inasmuch as the beneficiaries of our deceased brothers __fi beneficiaries.
should be The members of the Supreme Lodge at once addressed
No’I‘E.—Tho special assessments referred to in this themselves to the consideration of these matters, and
PAID WITH THE GREATEST POSSIBLE DISPATCH, cit-eular'do not; apply to any member who has joined the with unusual business foresight, adopted a plan by which
it is earnestly hoped that all to whom it is convenient to do Ohih‘i' Sih‘v‘" September 30, 1396- They “1'0 to be paid the Order was to be iii“ placed upon
so will anticipate the payment in full of said assess- Ohi." by those who Were members prior to ()ctoberl, 1596' A SOUND AND ENDURING BASIS, ’
ments, to the end that speedy settlement might be made at which time it would be an easy matter to provide
With the Widow and orphan. for the necessary contributions to the “'idow and
our present schedule 0f assessments is pre-cininently Orphans’ Benefit Fund to meet all benefits then due and
equitable. The Plan lh'OVi‘ied fOi' the payment; Of 0111‘ unpaid. In pursuance of this purpose, a new schedule of

 assessment Tales, by which ellCh member is called “13011 It WES 0f 00111‘59 manifest thflt Class B had, £01“ all The members of Class B having paid the claims due
to pay an annually increasing rate commensurate with practical purposes, become extinct, and as it was desir— October 1, 1896, for which all other members who had
his increasing Pl'OthlllY to death, 311d consequent lh‘ able that immediate PPOVlSth ShOhlll be made for the transferred to Class A were alsojustly liable at the rate
creasing hazard to the Order, was duly adopted, and the payment to our beneficiaries of the moneys to which they at Which they were then assessed, but which they have
membership enabled to accept the new $3th by estab— are entitled, 311d that not been called upon in any way to pay, and the amount
lishing two classes, "ll: A and B, 0f membership, ClflSS BUT ONE CLASS OF MEMBERSHIP now due by Class B being substantially the same (though
B being comprised 0f the members in the Ol'llel' who had and one schedule of assessments should exist, it was unani- somewhat less),
become such Pl'lOI‘ t0 Jhly 1: 1892: and Class A Of all mousl decided to forinall abolish b ' law all classes in
members Who had joined the Order subsequent l0 July 1: our mZmbei-ship. It then femaiiied tolprovide a just and lT ls UNMISTAKABLY JUST AND RIGHT
1892’ 311d all who ShOhld thereafter become members, equitable method, as between our members, of payment that the members 0f Class A! as well as 0f (‘l“*5 B (in other
and by extending l0 Class B the privilege 0f transferring of the unpaid claims upon our “'idow and Orphans‘ words, that all who Were members prior to OCtM’H' 1’
their membership to Class A. Benefit Fund. The amount was comparatively small. 1896), should contribute to the Widow and Orphaus’
An Order of great-hearted men, which had paid the Benefit Fund forthe payment ofthepresentunpaid claims
THE EQUITY OF THE NEW SCHEDULE’ Widows and orphans—the beneficiaries of thirty thousand in the same proportion or assessment as they would have
as lllllllled t0 the different ages 0f the membership, of our deeeased brothers—five millions of dollars during contributed to the payment Of those unpaid 011 October 1;
speedily and forcibly commended the plan to the great the fifteen months preceding, and the 1890i if they llllll then hk‘l‘h Chlhfll upon $0 l0 ‘l0-
body of our members, and as early as practicable they ENORHOUS SUM OF SIXTY HILLIONS It is equally clear, without argument, that the ‘mem-
began a transfer 0f membership to Class A' This has during its twenty-four years of existence, was not likely bers Joining the Order Slum October 1’ 1896’ haying no
Slhce (‘Ohllhhed as rapidly as Ohl’ members became ac- to pause in the payment of the fund due to the widows connection whatever “will Class B’ should‘not be called
quainted with the advantages of the new rates, until it, and orphans of three hundred and twentv-nine of their upon to make aiiy contribution to the benefits payable by
is estimated that not more than twelve hundred members deceased brethren. ' said class. \\ ith these considerations. in mind, the
Will. iemain In Class B on the. 30th of June, instant, and Notwithstanding, however, the confidence of the repre- Supreme LOdg“: h." an illhl'h-llllWU "Ole 0f ninety-three and
few, If any, Of these “'lllI'Gllltllll‘VOluntILl‘lly, bntby reason Seiitatives to the Supreme Lodge in this respect, they WITHOUT A DISSENT,
Of absence from home, lack 0t information, or inatten- were in the hii'hest degree solicitons tlrit the ‘id'ustmeiit . ‘
tion, will simply have omitted to have made the necessary . - D i D i l J, adopted the PM” allow ell/fimw' and enacted the f0]-
of these claims should be made upon the most e.\aet and 10mm, Sections of Article \ H of the Supreme Lod‘re
transfer. . . . s a
T111" m )idlv deer ”n” 0 1 H1. . Cl ,. B ‘ pi-aeticable equity, andlhe most deliberate-and tliouglit— Constitution, Viz.:
(lueedb 1:3)“.mim. a 9:12:11: iiiiiiiliifrlliuiluiilil (1:135:10; tiil honsuleratwyn was given the sanect during the entire 81,10me 2' On and after Jul-V l, 1897, all members of
_ . i , 1 z: . l 0 see-‘10” Ol the Slll’lllh‘l Lodge. the Order shall constitute one (la