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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

\ fjmMAm site 'OFFICIAL. ORGAN OF THE ORDER' Volume XIV 'Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JUNE, 1915 ImpoaaibW' Number 6 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $826,471.35 "BUY-IT-IN-TEXAS' CALL ISSUED BY WOODMAN. AUSTIN, May 21.—Commissioner of Labor Woodman today issued a call for the "Buy-it-in-Texas" convention to be held at Fort Worth June 22, 23 and 24. At this convention it is expected to form an organization of manufacturers to pro- mote and carry out the campaign to buy it in Texas. It is expected there will be several hundred manufacturers and busi- ness men in attendance.—Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Fraternity is desirous of putting its stamp of approval with reference to pro- moting the objects as contained in the above call. We hope there will be a large attendance, and the organization formed. "Buy-it-in-Texas" should be firmly impressed upon all Texas people. All things being equal you should "Buy- it-in-Texas"; you thereby patronize home industry, which has been t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

■■■aMHaHMaHHIHHHHMHHI FRATERNITY w surance a life-time study, and has few if any equals in this field of work. The substantial and permanent success of the United Benevolent Association in this and adjoining States has been largely due to his untiring energy and proficient efforts in its behalf. The lodge of this order at Point was organized on the 22nd day of May, 1915, with ten members, and it is officered and managed by some of the very best business men and citizens of Point. The following are the present officers of the Point lodge: Wiley McMillon, Past President; J. W. Armstrong, President; J. W. Montgomery, Vice President; F. C. Montgomery, Secretary; George Bel- lah, Treasurer; G. R. Morton, Conduc- tor; Dr. J. G. Davis, Chaplain; C. P. Da- vis, Sentinel, and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong, Mrs. Dan Ryan, and Mrs. C. P. Davis, Trustees; Dr. J. G. Davis, Medical Ex- aminer. Point Lodge being officered and man- aged by such citizens as appear from the above list certainly has a bright f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

FRATERNITY OFFICERS OF UNION LODGE NO. 465, GREENVILLE, TEXAS. The above cut represents the officers of Union Lodge No. 465, U. B. A. at Greenville, Texas. Reading from right to left, standing: John P. Dinsmore, president; John M. Boles, secretary; L. E. Birdsong, treasurer; J. W. Manning, trustee; Rev. H. J. Ellis, chaplin; Dr. A. S. McBride, medical examiner. From right to left, seated: Mrs. Alice Ald- ridge, conductor; J. A. Aldridge, acting vice president; E. T. Clemmons, past president. This young lodge was instituted at Greenville, Texas, on the 27th day of November, 1914, with ten charter mem- bers, and during the small period of five months it has become a veritable young giant in growth, and a strong factor in fraternalism in the city. It was organ- ized by District Manager I£. T. Clem- mons of Greenville, and at this time, May 14, 1915, has eighty-five members in good standing, with a class of new applicants to be received on Tuesday night, May 27, will be 100 strong. This...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

FRATERNITY I * 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 A. GARDNER Supreme Vice-President W. W. ANDREWS 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 803, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your form...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

FRATERNITY 1 Prepare for the inevitable and then quit. "Prepare to live"—to live here on earth. Pe young, always, you can. "As a man thinketh in his heart so is he." Tell people you are so many years young, not old. Fraternity believes in publicity, "hon- est and square, educate the rank and file to a proper understanding of all facts concerning the Order they belong to. This can best be done by holding regu- lar meetings of your local lodge. There is no better means of keeping your members well informed than this source. Teach your children to pray, teach them to ask the blessing at the table for the bountiful goodness we daily re- ceive from our Lord. Try and mould a true Christian character in them. They will think more of mother and father in after years if you do this. Tn this issue of Fraternity we give our readers an extract from "Leslie's Weekly," by Hon. Claude Weaver, Con- gressman from Oklahoma. He tells his readers why he goes to church. We should all attend church for t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

HttHaHMMHHMMMMtMMMHHNHMMMHHMHI 6 FRATERNITY : "honey-mooning," they went by way of the "Old Stage Coach and Four," or else traveled in their own private carriage. When this couple arrived at the Capital, of course, the first thing, they must visit the Capitol;—so they drove up to the State House in their Barouche,—a most fashionable mode of conveyance at that time,—and who should hasten down the broad steps to assist them, but HENRY CLAY! He escorted them all over the building, and when they de- parted, claimed the hand of the Bride for the first dance, at the Grand Ball that night. Arrived at their Hotel, the Bride sent the Groom out to get her favorite flower; none could be found in the City. Hastily making a list of certain articles, she sent him out again. On his return, she cut and fashioned from wax, the far-famed flower of the South, with its delicate perfume coun- terfeited by the extract made from the flower. At the Ball that night, Henry Clay danced with her time and again...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

FRATERNITY S> feet of the latter as a substitute for him who suffers. We will now proceed with deep ven- eration and sacred regard for our be- loved order to discuss with some detail, and demonstrate the signs of the order and their teachings; in which delightful exercise every one is requested to join. Our Words are oftimes deceiving. Though meant to be true and clear,— There are Deeds we are far from be- lieving; But our Signs are all they appear. WHAT WE ALL OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT PREVENTABLE DISEASES. By George Thomas Palmer, M. D. TUBERCULOSIS. II. HOW TO PREVENT TUBER- CULOSIS. When we remember that one person in every eight dies of Tuberculosis, we see that it is not very unlikely that we ourselves or members of our families will be victims of the disease. Our per- sonal danger is real enough to justify care on the part of every intelligent per- son. Knowing the causes of Tuberculosis, we see that the surest means of preven- tion are: (1) Absolute separation of every child fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 June 1915

. • r i ft] 11) 8 FRATERNITY RULES HUSBAND WAS NOT BEN- EFICIARY. Judge Swayne Brings Suit to a Sudden Termination When He Instructs Jury to Bring in Verdict for Benev- lent Association. The trial of the case of James W. Lawson against the United Benevolent Association to recover on a life insur^ ance policy issued to his divorced wife, in his favor, but paid to her estate after her death, came to an abrupt ending in the Seventeenth District Court Tuesday. At the conclusion of the testimony Judge Swayne instructed the jury to re- turn a verdict in favor of the defendant. Judge Swayne ruled that the subject matter in litigation had been adjudicat- ed when payment of the policy was made by the defendant to the estate of Mrs. Lawson and to her children. The court held, further, that a life insurance policy was not property, and even if it was property, the rights of James W. Lawson ceased when the divorce was obtained. The court also held that the payments kept up by James W. Lawson af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

I ' o i m ^UPUCAM m* SEEl 'OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE ORDER' Volume XIV 4« Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JULY, 1915 Impoatible99 Number 7 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $832,371.35 RECOLLECTIONS, NO An Old-Time Fourth of July in a Georgia Village. By One of Fort Worth's Oldest Writers. Now, all this happened years and years ago,—when I was a girl, in fact;— and it would make your brain whirl should you attempt to count the years between then and now. Suffice it to say, I wore short dresses and my hair in a pig-tail down my back. I was spending the vacation at "Grandma's," as usual,—in that dear lit- tle country village, which boasted of two stores, two black-smith shops, one church and the school-house, or "Acad- emy," as they called it,—-for some of the most highly educated and polished la- dies and gentlemen of the Old Empire State, had drunk deep draughts from the "Fountain of Knowledge," in that dear old weather-stained building. Everything that ever happened of in- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

FRATERNITY "All right, mother, 'though I'm sorry you will not let him go."— . "I think he had far better remain at home; that will prove the greatest pun- ishment he could suffer, to be denied going with us." The other two boys would not go be- cause their darling Rob could not;—so charging Louis and Will to leave Rob to solitude and his own reflections, his parents and T departed. Full well do I remember that night! The huge brush arbor lit by lamps hung here and there; and so great was the darkness under the brush, and so few the lamps, that the light was in small patches, and the dark in big ones! The principal speakers and singers oc- cupied the rostrum, or stage,—of which I made mention in the earlier part of this "Recollection"—upon which were arranged several flaming lamps; and while not engaged in pouring forth their eloquence, these Orators employed their time in "waging war" with the candle flies, moths, mosquitoes, and all the nu- merous bugs and flies* peculiar to a warm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

FRATERNITY O ic facts and added much to the ritual- istic love of those present. At its con- clusion the candidates were then given the secret work in a most impressive manner by sitting Past President Morris Rector and it was during this part of the work that the sensations of the evening came in. The candidates learned that there is something in life, besides living for one's self alone. Impressions of a lasting nature were made and the pro- tection of the U. B. A. Home was strongly brought out. "Who doeth good by loving deed or word; Who lifteth up a fallen one or dries a tear; Who helps another bear his heavy cross, Or on the pafched and fevered lips doth pour A blessed draught of water, sweet and cool, Becomes co-worker with the Lord of all." The officers of the Lodge greeted the new members and upon taking their seats refreshments were served. The floor work of the evening by the degree team was in charge of Capt. Es- tes. Lodges throughout the State would profit by having com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

FRATERNITY ITV 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 A. GARDNER Supreme Vice-President W. W. ANDREWS 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 50c per Annum Entered at the Post Office at Fort Worth, Texas, as second class matter, under act of Congress. All ohanges of address and all additions to the mailing list should be addressed to The Editor of Fraternity Continental Bank Bldg., Rooms Nos. 302 and 803, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

FRATERNITY O o The Summer now is here. Come out among the flowers, And make some pretty bowers; Come, come,- come, the summer now is here. —Selected. Youth has its privileges as well as its responsibilities, old age has its disabili- ties. This is the season for plans and endeavor. The time to make provision for old age is now, while youth lasts. Don't fail to read the splendid article entitled "Home," which appears on an- other page of this issue, and contrib- uted by Judge N. J. Wade, who is a very able writer, and whose articles are eagerly sought by the reading public. Deputies and Secretaries will do well to provide themselves with some of the new forms of Applications, as all old forms are obsolete, order from W. W. Andrews, Supreme Secretary, U. B. A. When the boss calls you down, you should be grateful, for you probably de- serve to be "fired." The boss probably knows more than you think he does— that's why he is boss. Now is the time to plan for big class initiations, make ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

6 FRATERNITY stow his affections and all his wealth, yet he can no more describe it than he can the architectural design of the Throne of God. The truth of the mat- ter is man is pestered for a knowledge of the Home rather than a knowledge of God. Instead of preaching and teaching that the Home has the attrib- utes of God we should reverse the order and say that God has the attributes of the HOME. This is not sacrilege, but it is a complete answer to infidelity. The homeless man (and his specie are almost as countless as the sands on the seashore) is one whose home is a misfit. His home is as much an entity as him- self. You can no more conceive of a man without a home than a perfect vacuum in space. No man can have two homes at the same time. If we could locate a man's home in all cases with a chain and compass, life would lose much of its shadow and tragedy. Governments as such, have earnestly gone into the matter of protecting the home financially as a matter of govern- mental po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

FKATERNITY O the greatest number of orphans to pub- lic and private asylums. Every appli- cant for a position commanding a sal- ary, at the disposal of the government, Federal, State, County or Municipal, ought to be required by law, if a mar- ried man, to show a reasonable amount of life insurance, or required to obtain it as a prerequisite to employment. Pri- vate institutions and individuals em- ploying men to work on wage or salary should do likewise, and are doing it con- stantly to a greater and greater degree. The rule should become a law, paving the way to more perfect and better plans for the Sacred and unselfish service of providing for dependent and helpless families. While we are, as we should, insuring joint and limb against accidents which may never occur, and amount to little if they do occur, is it not vastly more humanitarian to see to it that every em- ployee drawing private or public wages, while he is serving his employer, does n- t make shipwreck of his homo and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 July 1915

8 FRATERNITY insurance for the beneficiaries, for the welfare of the widow, for the education of the orphans and for the benefit of future generations. Ministers often complain that men think more of their lodges than they do of their churches. On the other hand these men say the churches have failed to grasp the true meaning of Christian- ity and consequently that fraternalism is necessary for the welfare of man. If we read carefully the parable of the judg- ment in which Christ separates the sheep and the goats, those on the right from those on the left, we find strong evi- dence that the conclusion of the frater- nalist is correct. The element of service, the taking care of the weaker ones, was the reason for placing those on ne right; the carelessness, the lack of inter- est in humanity, in other words, the do-nothingness of the "goats" furnished the standard by which they were judged and placed on the left. Both religion and fraternalism teach us thrift, providence, economy and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 August 1915

o o o m volv&3 ^PUBUCAM 'OFFICIAL. ORGAN OF THE ORDER' Volume XIV it 1Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, AUGUST, 1915 Imposaiblm" Number 8 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $835,971.35 WHOLE FAMILY INSURANCE. By N. J. Wade, Attorney-at-Law, Fort Worth, Texas. The Family fireside, which we call the Home, is the only institution which is sovereign above its constituents. All other institutions, including the govern- ment itself, exist at the courtesy of man. In every case, their perpetuity is based upon the fabric of an argument, and the showing they make in the service of man. Across their faces in letters of fire never to be effaced, man has writ- ten the express reservation of his sov- ereignty above, and independent of them all. But not so with the Home. On the contrary it prescribes its own limitations, defines its own powers, es- tablishes its own perpetuity and en- forces its own mandates with an avowed autocracy which has never known a challenge. Can any other form...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 August 1915

FRATERNITY to the emotions of men. At the same time the weakness of emotionalism is its lack of the business element. Human nature is human nature. We know something, but not a great deal about it. In its study, books are of small value. It must be studied by phemonenon. The man who knows most about human nature has wasted the least time on theories. There is no such thing as an abstract question when it involves human nature. Human na- ture can only be judged by practical knowledge. Such knowledge may be acquired from any source. We are, then, clearly within the do- main of our discussion in looking at man's conduct wherever found. We find in religious matters he places the emphasis on the emotions. There are hundreds of different religions. It is not a question of which religion, but rather the religious instinct in man. How strong is it? To what extent does it control his fife? Of course no attempt is made here to draw a comparison be- tween religion and fraternal insurance. But ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 August 1915

FRATERNITY O an element of strength which is coming more and more into its own with the passing of each month. The fact that the movement is gaining rapidly in strength is recognized by all who have observed its progress. Probably no fea- ture of fraternal effort has done more to strengthen the bonds of union be- tween the lodge and the members than the idea of whole family protection. * * * With relation to the feasibility of the plan, probably no better recom- mendation could be given than the ac- tual experience of the various societies which have used it." I have a personal letter from the Supreme President of an order writing whoe family insurance. I take the lib- erty without permission of quoting that part of his letter in point: "Our experience with this class of business has been very successful. We find it the easiest business to secure, the lapse is less than on our adult business, the mortality has been exceedingly low and the little claims we pay in that de- partment se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 August 1915

FRATERNITY im pm 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. ROYALL Supreme President A. GARDNER Supreme Vice-President W. W. ANDREWS 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, Texaa DR. J. H. MORRIS Dallas, Texas R. M. DAVIS Fort Worth, Texaa 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. 302 and 303, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former ...

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