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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

<§ gjjPUPUCAM )S0^ % 'OFFICIAL. ORGAN OF THE ORDER' Volume XIII u Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, APRIL, 1914 Impo*9ible" Number 4 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $753,062.05 "REMEMBER THE ALAMO," "RE- MEMBER GOLIAD," REMEM- BER SAM HOUSTON. Before another issue of Fraternity reaches our readers we will have passed and added another milestone to the His- tory of Texas Independence. April 21st, 1836, will be handed down from genera- tion to generation as long as there are people treading the face of Texas soil. "Remember the Alamo," will ever be the watchword which gave inspiration to our little band of brave and true followers of General Sam Houston, the "Father of Our Country," who on that memorable day fought for all that was dear to our people on earth—our homes, our coun- try, our families, and our liberty. Fraternity suggests that everybody, man, woman and child resort to and re- fresh their memory as to the History of Texas Independence, our schools and all our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

FRATERNITY in the hands of an all-wise Creator, and as you deal the murderous blow let your watchwords be, "Remember Goliad, Re- member the Alamo!" So with, buoyant spirits and high hopes, marching to the music of a sin- gle fife as it played "Will You Come to the Bower I Have Shaded for You?" they rushed to the attack and with a deafening, maddening cry, "Remember the Alamo," "Remember Goliad," they dashed forward, leaped the breastworks, and landed in Santa Anna's camp. The effect was astounding—it was ap- palling. The Mexicans, ofifcers and men, were in dreams of their evening siesta, and were awakened by the blows of men whose arms were strengthened, and whose spirits were fired by ven- geance for the wrongs of their country- men, whose souls were sustained by the grandeur and justice of the cause. They had no bayonets, but used their guns for clubs; they had no swords, but slashed right and left with their bowie knives. What mattered it? God was on their side, and they were inv...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

FRATERNITY © I U. B. A. LEADS THE PROCESSION. State Commissioner of Insurance and Banking Issues Certificate No. 1 to the U. B. A.—Is the First for the Year 1914. No. 1. *•. • Office of COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE AND BANKING State of Texas. This is to Certify that Supreme Lodge United Benevolent Asso- ciation, Fort Worth, Texas, having complied with all requirements of- law relating thereto, is hereby authorized to pursue the business of a Fraternal Beneficiary Association within this State for the year end- ing March 31, 1915. ■ N In witness whereof, I hereunto sign my name and affix my official seal at Austin, Texas, this twenty-third day of March, 1914. (SEAL) W. W. COLLIER, Commissioner of Insurance and Banking. DRUGLESS HEALING. v We find many methods of drugless healing with many different names, and with different powers attributed to the result obtained. .Christian Scientists call the power, God Divine; Healers call the power God; Spiritualists call the power the power Spirit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

FRATERNITY «£ FRA6 ffTV A MAGAZINE FOR THE HOME AND THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNITED BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. HENRY C. SCHMIDT Editor Published Monthly by the Supreme Lodge, United Benevolent Association. HON. E. S. ROY ALL Supreme President J. A. CONNER Supreme Secretary BEN. O. SMITH Supreme Treasurer SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. D. H. CABEEN Honey Grove, Texas A. B. VERA Fort Worth, Texas W. J. GILVIN Fort Worth, Texas DR. J. H. MORRIS Dallas, Texas R. M. DAVIS Fort Worth, . Texas SUPREME COUNSELLOR. MORRIS RECTOR Fort Worth, Texas 8UPREME MEDICAL EXAMINER. DR. JAS. L. COOPER....Fort Worth, Texas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 60c per Annum Entered at the Post Office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second class matter, under act of Congress. All changes of address and all additions to the mailing list should be addressed to The Editor of Fraternity, Continental Bank Bldg., Rooms Nos. 802 and 303, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former as well as your new addre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

FRATERNITY NEWS DEPARTMENT t * • BOUQUET FOR FRATERNITY. Randlett, Okla., March 12, 1914. Editor Fraternity: I have been thinking for the past sev- eral months that I would drop you a line in appreciation of your laudable efforts and remarkable success in putting out such a good Fraternal paper. I always look forward with keen anticipation for my issue, and at once eagerly read every line, as it inspires me, causing me to feel glad that I am a member of such a noble order. The only regret I have is that I cannot carry more insurance in it, as I am already carrying the limit. Being a member of other fraternal or- ders before affiliatig with the U. B. A. does not keep me from thinking more of it than any other, invariably wearing the emblem, and never failing to try to im- press its merits on all who are curious to inquire cocerning same. I truly hope that I will be enabled to attend every session of the Supreme Lodge for many years to come. With highest personal regards for yourself,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

6 FRATERNITY Mr. Andrews, who fills the position as Assistant Supreme Secretary of the U. B. A., says his duties in the Supreme Office during the past four years have kept him so busy that he has had no time to spare for vacations, or even a few days off to visit friends or acquain- tances. Mrs. Andrews says the U. B. A. is the very best fraternal Life Insurance Or- ganization on Earth, and those who are not members should be such for the sake of their dependents. Mrs. Andrews is a member and one of the Board of Trus- tees of Fort Worth Lodge No. 1. Her word for truth and veracity stands as firm as the rock of Gibraltar. Grapevine hopes soon again to be favored with a visit by Mr. Andrews and his estimable lady, at which time I hope to make their visit more pleasant than the one to which we were surprised at this time. CORRESPONDENT. A NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL LODGE OF THE U. B. A. OR- GANIZED AT JOSHUA, TEX. On Monday, March 9th, E. S... Royall, Supreme President, and J. A. Conner, Supr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

n FRATERNITY o Captain B. B. Paddock, one of the grandest characters of the present day, has given a noted work to the public, "The Twentieth Century History and Biographical Record of North and West Texas," in two volumes. He has been for years a most earnest worker and prolific writer in all matters pertaining to the upbuilding of his State and City. One of Fort Worth's first editors, conducting the Fort Worth Demo- crat. He was a regular contributor to '"The Bohemian," "Past and Present of Texas and Fort Worth" being the fruit of his pen. Charles Montresor Brown, for many years of our city, now of New Orleans, poet-and novelist, is a writer of much renown, his articles appearing in maga- zines and journals all over the country. Poems and stories from his pen graced each issue of "The Bohemian." He is the author of one of the most unique novels ever produced from the brain of man or woman. Clarence Ousley, former editor-in- chief of "The Record," is not only a vigorous writer of a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1914

FRATERNITY Right here, this paper should close, but a friend, who read the pages, as they were written, remarked: "What of yourself? Aren't you going to mention your own work?" Why should I? Everyone knows that the greater por- tion of my life,—over thirty-seven years in fact,—has been passed in Fort Worth,—an Alabamian by birth, a Geor- gian by education and a Texan by adop- tion. Some of Fort Worth's most prominent and best read men and women were my pupils. The first Library in Fort Worth was opened at "The Nest," Sept. 18th, 1886. Over ten thousand volumes by the first authors grace our shelves. "The Bohemian," Vol. 1., No. 1, appeared November, 1899, and the last one November, 1907, after our serious accident, as it was utterly impossible to find a capable person to attend to subscriptions and advertising. That noted writers "Beyond Texas Bor- ders," to the number of seventy-five, contributed to its pages. The most beautiful issue of "The Bohemian," or in truth of any known mag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

o o f i ^PUPLICAM >CL^ s?|r Volume XIII a Nothing 'OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ORDER" FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MAY, 1914 Impoaaiblm" Number 5 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $753,097.05 FORT WORTH WRITERS. writer, was claimed as a victim by the great "white plague," and after much physical suffering the thankful spirit obeyed "the call" and passed "onward." One of his last articles, "Rest," appeared The Bohemian." "Memorial," By One of Fort Worth's Oldest Writers. The soul journeys on and travels afar, But the "tenement house" must fall; Earth claims what is her's, the ashes and dust; The soul hears a mighty call. —Katie Daffan. in With reverent pen we write of those who have put aside mortal garments and are now robed in the vestures of im- mortality; each without a peer in their own line of literary work while on this earth-plane, and their souls having heard the "mighty call," are still advancing in that world of "Eternal Happiness and Progression." Judge W. H. Brooker, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

a o° FRATERNITY with the words, "Well done! Thou good and faithful!" Prof. Alexander Hogg, the veteran superintendent of Fort Worth's public schools for many years, the author of "The Railroad in Education," and for a number of years the editor of the "Texas and Pacific Quarterly." Prof. Hogg was also an orator of much renown, and his fame was known far and wide, and his audiences were- of the most intelligent and intellectual people of our country. He was a noted friend to woman and her advancement in all good and bene- ficial lines, and on one occasion closed one of his soul-stirring lectures with these words: "I am an expansionist, T want to see the sphere of woman, her influence extended, and in no way can this be so thoroughly accomplished as through the press." A long and useful life, filled to over- flowing with the love and gratitude of thousands, yet he willing answered to "the roll call" and passed on and up. Judge B. R. Webb, one of the most brilliant lawyers and writers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

FRATERNITY MAN'S SUPREME PROBLEM. \ By N. J. Wade, Attorney-at-Law, Fort Worth, Tew. Man's nature is dual, spiritual and social, whether he be Christian or pagan. Even infidelity is a form of religious be- lief; in fact there is no more forceful belief thin disbelief itself. His two na- tures are corollaries of each other; each asserting supremacy. If either be dis- regarded his life is an inexplainable phe- nomenon. The two most impossible things is a phylosophy based on soci- ology alone, denying spirituality, and a cr ed based on spirituality alone, denying sociology. Man demands both without substitution or elimination. The separation of church and state recognized both, the former his spiritual citadel and the latter his social conserva- tory. Neither the church nor the state could exist unless each in some measure partook of the nature of the other, their recognized separation to the contrary notwithstanding. Each had its charities, benevolences, institutions of learning and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

FRATERNITY flW A MAGAZINE FOR THE HOME AND THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNITED BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. HENRY C. SCHMIDT Editor Published Monthly by the Supreme Lodge, United Benevolent Association. HON. E. S. ROY ALL Supreme President J. A. CONNER Supreme Secretary BEN. O. SMITH Supreme Treasurer SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. D. H. CABEEN Honey Grove, Texas A. B. VERA Fort Worth, Texas W. J. GILVIN Fort Worth, Texas DR. J. H. MORRIS Dallas, Texas R. M. DAVIS Fort Worth, Texas SUPREME COUNSELLOR. MORRIS RECTOR Fort Worth, Texas SUPREME MEDICAL EXAMINER. DR. JAS. L. COOPER Fort Worth, Texas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 60c per Annum Entered at the Post Office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second class matter, under act of Congress. All changes of address and all additions to the mailing list should be addressed to The Editor of Fraternity, Continental Bank Bldg., Rooms Nos. 302 and 303, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former as well as your new address, and be sur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

FRATERNITY I do not doubt that the present article on kidney disease will be read with much in- terest. Among the beautiful songs by Charles Montresor Brown sent to his friend, Mrs. Gorman, we noticed "Because I Love You So," "Oh, You Lassie," "Just You, Only You," "Someone Is Coming," "Your Soul Is Dreaming," "You Are My Beautiful Dream of Dreams," "Hurrah for New Orleans" (1914 Exposition song), "The Call of the Moose." My wife's book (Scientific Living) is now in its fourth edition. Address Chas. Montresor Brown, 415 Audubon Bldg., New Orleans, La., if you desire any of these beautiful songs, or Mrs. H. C. L. Gorman, 1007 East Belknap, Fort Worth, Texas, and she will send your order for you. Our jovial friend and co-worker, Brother J. C. Coons together with his estimable family, consisting of wife and four children, have folded their tents at San Antonio, Texas, and made Fort Worth their future home. Our sym- pathy goes forth to San Antonio in the loss of such able and staunch ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

6 FRATERNITY send it to New York and other states for their benefit. "He gave out the fact that the U. B. A had paid out in this county alone $94,- 000 in death claims and had not a con- tested claim. "Dr. Cooper was met at the station yesterday by E. T. Clemmons, W. M. McBride, Dr. J. H. French and Judge William Pierson and was driven to the Beckham hotel in Norman's tallyho, drawn by two white Arabian horses, where they were the guests of Mr. Clem- mons to dinner." LO REN A—AN OLD SONG. By Henry D. L. Webster. The years creep slowly by, Lorena, The snow is on the grass again, The sun's low down the sky, Lorena; The frost gleams where the flowers have been. But the heart beats on as warmly now As when the summer days were nigh; Oh! the sun can never dip so low Adown affection's cloudless sky! A hundred months have passed, Lorena, Since last I held that hand in mine, And felt the pulse beat fast, Lorena, Though mine beat faster far than thine; A hundred months—'twas flow'ry May, Whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

mind. The subject feeling that his mind is leaving his body, he feels that some part of his being which he calls himself is leaving another part which he desig- nates his body, still retaining close com- munication with his body, which enables him to talk, to hear what is said and even to express his emotions. He is unham- pered by the limitations of physical mo- tion. This is called the traveling stage of clairvoyance. He will go to any place in the universe you may send him and bring information concerning the place and people. The subject or clairvoyant speaks of himself at that time as being mind, soul and spirit separate from his body. You cannot hallucinate him in this stage. There is a peculiar thera- peutic value in the fifth stage, being out of the body as the subject declares him- self to be, enables him to see his body and diagnose and treat his own diseases, which he proceeds to do. He feels that his mental powers being free, they will act upon his body and restore him t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1914

r FRATERNITY your seeds of love and good cheer along life's way to germinate and burst into beautiful flowers exuding their sweet perfume in the atmosphere of the lives of men. "I have dropped out of the physical life of Fort Worth, but not, it seems, out of the memory life which never dies as long as memory lasts, which will only be when those who once knew me shall have passed away, but even then I shall leave behind me, in the 'Bohemian', a memento that I once lived, hence I shall never be sorry that I once lived in Fort Worth and left my footprints behind me, and I fancy not in the sands. "I am mailing you proof of my work, and especially call attention to "Just You—Only You," as applied to us, and many thousands like us. The President of the United States, who was wintering in Pass Christian, Mississippi, when the edition reached the office, was the first to receive a copy, which he acknowl- edged. These songs are being liked wherever sung. I know that you will enjoy them very ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1914

o m m fJPUBUCAM 'OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ORDER'* Volume XIII it Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JULY, 1914 Impo9 ible" Number 7 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $762,997.05 A GOOD CHEER AND INSPECTION TOUR BY OUR SUPREME PRESI- DENT ALONG THE OUTSKIRTS. Since the last issue of Fraternity I have been very busy visiting lodges in various parts of the State. My first visit was on May 22 to the beautiful little town of Ponder, 25 miles north of Fort Worth. I spent a very pleasant day visiting with the membership. Ponder is surrounder by as fertile a country as we have in Texas, and has a live class of business men. I next visited the city of Dallas. (Doubtless you have heard of Dallas.) My visit there was to pay the claim of Sister Mary Maynor, who was a member of Fort Worth Lodge No. 1. While this is a sad duty, it is well that people are wise enough to prepare for death by tak- ing a policy in the U. B. A. My next visit was to the wide-awake little city of Chico, situated ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1914

FRATERNITY Oh, how all five made the air vibrate with their joyous heart songs! From early morning till the sun hid himself for the night, those little warblers trilled and fluttered from swing to perch about their pretty bird homes. How busy they were all the while! Early each morning their mistress "cleaned house" for them and gave *o each one clear, fresh water, seeds, apple and whatever else their little bird appe- tites craved. Just as soon as "cleaning up" was over all five would fly down from their little swings and perches, step on the rim of the bowls containing fresh water, then daintily down into the water for their morning bath. How they would play and splash the water about, and the drops would cling to their pretty little heads and wings; and then with a merry "chip" they would hop back upon the perch and preen and caress every tiny feather, and all the while their brilliant little eyes would glisten like diamond drops, as they ar- ranged their pretty glossy coats, a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1914

FRATERNITY changeably with climax, and while the two may be one, it is by no means always so. The crisis is the point or period of change, opportunity or devision, the "turn" in the plot, the cross roads, the critical moment, and while every true story has one or more such crucial situa- tions, yet the crisis is not confined to a single point. It may be broken into by periods of suspense. An incident may be introduced developing the foundation and leading upward to the crisis in full immediately before the climax. The short story is one not only of im- pression, but also of expression and com- pression. It must be invested with an atmosphere that will enfold the reader and lay a spell upon his senses. It must be so expressed that figment and fact become a composite. The characteristic, the delineative, the salient in emotion and situation, character and conversation, must be so highly selective as to pro- duce a convicting semblance of reality, by cleverly blending fact with fiction...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1914

FRATERNITY ITY A MAGAZINE FOR THE HOME AND THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNITED BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. HENRY C. SCHMIDT Editor Published Monthly by the Supreme Lodge, United Benevolent Association. HON. E. S. ROY ALL Supreme President J. A. CONNER Supreme Secretary BEN. O. SMITH Supreme Treasurer SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. D. H. CABEEN Honey Grove, Texas A. B. VERA Fort Worth, Texas W. J. GILVIN Fort Worth, Texas DR. J. H. MORRIS Dallas, Texas R. M. DAVIS Fort Worth, Texas SUPREME COUNSELLOR. MORRIS RECTOR Fort Worth, Texas SUPREME MEDICAL EXAMINER. DR. J AS. L. COOPER.... Fort Worth, Texas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 60c per Annum Entered at the Post Office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second class matter, under act of Congress. All changes of address and all additions to the mailing list should be addressed to The Editor of Fraternity, Continental Bank Bldg., Rooms Nos. 302 and 303, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former as well as your new address, and b...

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