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

FRATERNITY We give space of the entire proceedings on another page. © • Fraternity heartily congratulates our progressive District Deputy, Bro. E. T. Clemmons for his untiring efforts in the successful organization of Lodge No. 471, U. B. A. It has often been said that it could not be done, but our brother went to the Capital City and did it. Bro. Clemmons has proved to the weaklings that many things can be done, which at times seem impossible to us. Some of the best people of Austin compose the new lodge. "Bro. Clemmons, like Marconi sent His message through the firmament." Tell me my secret soul—O tell me, Hope and faith, Is there no resting place from sorrow, sin and death?— Is there no happy spot where mortals may be blest, Where grief may find a balm, and weariness a rest? Faith, Hope and Love, best boon to mortals given, Waved their bright wings, and whis- pered— "Yes, in Heaven." —Charles Mackay. "Do Fraternal Orders Strengthen and Benefit the Home Life of Members," by Emma E...

Publication Title: Fraternity
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 March 1915

BP s 8 I! 6 FRATERNITY \i "Father of Our Country," George Wash- ington, February 22nd. Our Hall was a "Thing of beauty" as our Guest of Honor was ushered into the presence of his friends on this oc- casion. The exquisite taste, artistic eye and magic fingers of Mesdames Williams and Milton had converted the rostrum into a bower of beauty; red white and blue bunting, flags galore, large and small "Glories," the dear old "Southern Cross" and "Stars and Bars" of our Southland, ferns, violets, beautiful crys- tal vases of magnificent La France roses, a quaint rustic basket,—the masterpiece of Mrs. Carrie M. Hinesdale—filled with exquisite mosses and flowers, swung from the center. As the "Guest of Honor" never dreamed that He was the "chief attrac- tion" of the evening, until Mrs. Minnie Blasingame's address of welcome caus- ed the light to dawn upon him, it greatly amused and delighted all the guests to witness his surprise and joy. Major J. E. Gaskell, Musical Director and Stage Manag...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 March 1915

FRATERNITY \t most serious injury. The premiums average lower than do those of the in- surance companies and, therefore, there is not that margin for the loss occasioned which the latter possess. Correctives and panaceas galore have been prescrib- ed. Yet the drain continues. It may well enlist the earnest efforts of those working for better conditions. Brother Sam Martin submits in this issue some timely suggestions. They make up the "Deputy's Department." They are given in this connection advisedly. It is be- lieved that much lapsation is occasioned through lack of instruction or informa- tion on the part of the organized. His zeal to secure business sometimes out- runs his desire to place it properly. Members thus secured do not strengthen any organization. They are elements of weakness. When they find they have been misled, they resent the imposition on their credulity. They promptly lapse. They do more than this. They array themselves both against the society they were induced ...

Publication Title: Fraternity
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 March 1915

8 FRATERNITY II ¥ I I i,. % ( § ! I [I 1 I Ii veyance that you may think to call for. When you need anything to take you any kind of a ride don't fail to call on this brother for he promises to be an active member in our lodge. Let's men- tion the lodge as we go along and then watch us grow. C. H. Pierce, 1129 Edwards street.— Bro. Pierce is with the Sherman Nur- sery and he will take pleasure in calling on any member and showing his line of trees and shrubbery, he will give special prices to the members as he wishes to get acquainted with the members, he is also selling strictly Texas goods and be- lieves and practices keeping Texas money in Texas and we should encour- age him in this move and patronize him when in need of anything in his line. By trading with a member we get the best of everything. Be a Booster for your Order. E. W. Yeates.—Bro. Yeats is with Washer Bros. Clothing Co., in the Boy's Department, of which firm Bro. Leon Gross is President and these brothers will cert...

Publication Title: Fraternity
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1915

m Y0LV&3 ^ubucam 5IC 'OFFICIAL. ORGAN OF THE ORDER* Volume XIV tNothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, APRIL, 1915 Impotaible1 Number 4 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $812,408.30 READ THIS LETTER. Dear Members: It is with much gratification that I call attention to the progress made in the month of February. It was one of the most successful months, viewed from all angles, for some time. We had only one death, Brother R. A. White, of Abilene, carrying one thou- sand dollars. Brother White had been a member for about sixteen years, and was one of our most loyal supporters. He will not only be missed in his home, but also among the best people of his home city. During this month, we wrote about $175,000 in insurance. The applications for these certificates did not come in batches, but were scattered'among our lodges in Texas and Oklahoma. One of the most gratifying things about it is the fact that during the month we received several applications through the local membershi...

Publication Title: Fraternity
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1915

FRATERNITY If I Passing to the next thought, it is with pleasure and regret that we mention the recent visit of Dr. James L. Cooper and Borther J. A. Conner of Fort Worth, Texas. Efforts had been launched and arrangements perfected for the enter- tainment of these two eminent gentle- men, this being largely overthrown by the bad weather which prevailed. Leav- ing their home city Tuesday morning, March 9th, at 8 a. m., in the face of a blinding snow storm, they arrived in . Lawton at 3:45 p. m. to find the city wrapped in apparent desolation. They were met at the train by the writer and • Dr. George S. Barber of our city, and were soon seated in the latter's com- modious auot and whirled away to the Midland Hotel, at which place they were greeted by a number of Lawton's business men. After being refreshed with a sumptuous dinner (such as the Midland Hotel and its efficient manage- ment is noted for), the hour arrived for the address of Dr. Cooper on the shb- ject of "Fraternalism and...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1915

FRATERNITY 3 IN LOVING MEMORY OF "MOTHER," MRS. CLARA SCHAFFOR, O 82 Years on This Earth-Plane, Who Passed From the Mortal to the Immor- tal Life, at Burlington, Kan., Feb. 16, 1915. Our Loved One was rich in years,— rich in the many and varied scenes of this earth-life;—and having gathered and bound, great and beautiful sheaves from her field of life-experiences and wonderful works for good,—smilingly and cheerfully awaited the call of the Lord of the Harvest, who bade her, "Come, yet Higher!" For her work in the fields of this earth-life had been for the alleviation of pain and suffering,—for the binding the wounds of the stricken-hearted,—and the teachings of the pure and glorious life in the Heavenly Home. Her sheaves were many and rich, showing the constant care and the loving thought of the pure in heart at peace in the knowledge of the "Home Beyond the Sunrise." "And now she has risen above To that land where all troubles cease, And is known as One of God's chosen Because of ...

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

FRATERNITY iro^6 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, Texas DR. J. H. MORRIS Dallas, Texas R. M. DAVIS Fort Worth, Texas 8UPREME 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 803, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give your former as ...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 April 1915

FRATERNITY O o o is as potent there as the voice of an- other; wealth nor poverty cuts no figure; a common brotherhood of man is only recognized; the great and the humble are given the same privilege. Fraternity regrets very much that circumstances over which we had no control prevented us from attending "The Old Folks Concert," mention of which was made in the March issue of this paper. However, we have received a wireless that in the near future a repetition, similar, will be pulled off. This will give us another chance. A new addition to our Order in the shape of Lawton Lodge No. 470, Law- ton, Okla., has come under our banner. Sixty-nine charter members placed their faith (through the influence of Bro. Chas. E. Coons) in the U. B. A. and became a part of us. We call special attention to the article from Lawton, Okla., by "Chas. E. Coons," appearing elsewhere in this issue. A Warning. Neither secretaries nor treasurers must ever deposit Lodge funds in their own names. Sometimes o...

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

FRATERNITY r DT Lone Oak, Texas, March IS, 1915. Mr. Henry C. Schmidt, • Editor Fraternity, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Brother: Lone Oak Lodge No. 177 is growing rapidly and substantially under the splendid management of Brother E. T. Clemmons of Greenville, Texas. Hope to send in many more ap- plications before the first day of April. Fraternally Yours, ROBERT S. PATTERSON, Sec'y Lone Oak Lodge No. 177, U. B. A. Greenville, Texas, March 12, 1915. Mr. Henry C. Schmidt, Editor Fraternity, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Sir and Brother: Union Lodge No. 465 had a splendid meeting last night. Four transfers and two new members. It continues to grow perma- nently, and we hope before the close of the year 1915 to have one of the strong- est lodges of the Order in Hunt County. Fraternally Yours, J. M. BOLES, Sec'y Union Lodge No. 465, U. B. A. Greenville, Texas, March 15, 1915. Mr. Henry C. Schmidt, Editor Fraternity, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Brother: It has been some time since I have reported the p...

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

o FRATERNITY I O o o A WORD PROM A VETERAN MEMBER. To the Editor of Fraternity: In complying with your request to wr^te something for Fraternity, the writer will endeavor at least to avoid the gloom of pessimism that pervades the atmosphere in these war times. Having been a member of the United Benevolent Association for the past seventeen years, I presume that I have justly earned the title of a veteran mem- ber as indicated in the above headlines. Being a native of the State of Texas, I was naturally drawn into its ranks soon after its organization through a patriotic love of my native state and a sincere desire to aid in fostering a legiti- mate enterprise originating within its borders. Its high purpose has been, from the outset, in addition to cultivating a spirit of fraternity among its members, to give financial aid and protection to the widows and orphans of its dying members and furnish relief to its living members in event of permanent dis- ability and old age. These are g...

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

8 FRATERNITY the man who neglects to provide for his own family is worse than an infidel; therefore the fellow who neglects to take out insurance is worse than a heathen. But in looking out for the widows and orphans we sometimes forget one very important factor in the home, and that is the father. Conse- quently I beg to suggest that if frater- nalism shall ever rise to the highest plane of its possibilities it should enlarge its sphere of usefulness by widening its scope of operation. The points of dissimilarity are these: Religion is narrow, binding to a par- ticular belief; fraternalism is broad, allowing each man his own religious be- liefs but working for the betterment of all mankind. Religion separates into denominations and often makes caste or classes; fraternalism recognizes no social caste or class distinction, believing the laborer as good as the capitalist, the poor as good as the rich. One builds barriers, the other breaks them down; one narrows the viewpoint, the oth...

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

o o MO ^UBUCAM ?t|L 'OFFICIAL. ORGAN OF THE ORDER' Volume XIV 'Nothing FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MAY, 1915 Impossible" Number 5 PREMIUMS PAID PROMPTLY PROCURED PAST PARTICIPANTS $820,365.10 RECOLLECTIONS. \\ By One of Fort Worth's Oldest Writers. Long ago,—when you were boys and girls, or youths and maidens,—did you gather round the good old-fashioned fire-place at night and watch for the "Castles in the Coals," while listening to a'loved voice recounting some of the many incidents of his College days?—or, if in Summer, in the lovely hush of the twilight, with the perfume of cape jas- mine, honeysuckle and old cloth of gold roses fanning youthful faces, as gath- ered on the verandah—or as we called it in those days,—the colonade,—listen to the same dear voice in those "Recol- lections" of the Past? Old, though I may be in years,—my heart has ever kept young, and I love to remember those "Recollections" of a dear one, long since passed to the "Bright Beyond." My Father was a graduate of old...

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

FRATERNITY M. C. HUSTED, DEAD ggggM I . mm «B i M t , •* ,-<^r **m fe .-•*<•: ••• " v v '■:•.■<"?.>/ ■., ■ ■ •■■v •■■■.■ ■ • "W'V •: - •/•/.<• •••..> "N • * ■ n . .. . ... : ■ . r*i* * . V '• # •' r,. - M. C. HUSTED The dark angel has again visited us and removed from our midst a pioneer in the fraternal work of this association. On the 16th of this month the spirit of Brother M. C. Husted took its last flight and winged its way to that home where the weary are forever at rest. It will be remembered that when the U. B. A. was organized in 1895, he was one of those who signed our Declaration of Inde- pendence and emancipated the Texas membership from a foreign tribute which was iniquitous and unjust. At the organization of the association he was made Supreme President and gave much of his time to the laying out and prosecution of its work. In this he was ably assisted by many of the best brains of the state, all of whom, with a spirit of patriotism, had to a greater...

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

FRATERNITY AN EVENT LONG TO BE REMEM- BERED. o Fort Worth Lodge No. 1, U. B. A., congratulates itself upon the successful termination of their Social Entertain- ment at their hall on Friday evening, April 23rd. It was a most brilliant affair, good fellowship prevailed at all times during the evening, the attendance was large and composed of a well selected crowd. It was the occasion of meeting to- gether as members and friends, such as the lodge celebrates every fourth Friday of each month. It was an affair of con- siderable social magnitude and thor- oughly in keeping with the past reputa- tion of the Lodge members as enter- tainers. The welcome address by Judge Wil- char deserves special mention, the same was enjoyed by all. Hon. E. S. Royall, Supreme President of the Order, was called on, at the conclusion of the pro- gram for a talk, responding he enter- tained the people in a most satisfactory manner. The following program was then ren- dered, at the conclusion of which re- fre...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fraternity — 1 May 1915

FRATERNITY PIr&C, 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 A. GARDNER Supreme Vice-President W. W. ANDREWS Supreme Secretary BEN. O. SMITH Supreme Treasurer SUPREME EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. D. H. CAREEN 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. 802 and 303, cor. Houston and Seventh Sts., Fort Worth, Texas. Be sure and give y...

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

FRATERNITY otherwise they will be classed among the dead. Let your light shine in the Publicity Column. A word to the wise is sufficient. NOTICE. S f A TRAMP'S TRIBUTE. Some time ago when the governor of Texas was writing a proclamation f6r the celebration of Mother's Day he in- corporated into it the following tender tribute to Mother: The following, said to have been writ- ten by a tramp, is not out of place in this proclamation: "Near the campfire's flickering light, In my blanket bed I lie. Gazing through the shades of night At the twinkling stars on high; O'er me spirits in the air Silent vigils seem to keep, As I breathe my childhood's prayer, ''Now I lay me down to sleep.' "Sadly sings the whippoorwill In the boughs of yonder tree; Laughingly the mountain rill Swells the midnight melody. Foemen may be lurking near, In the canon, dark and deep; Lo, I breathe on Jesus ear, 'I pray Thee, Lord, my soul to keep.' "Mid the stars one face I see— One the Saviour called away— Mother, ...

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

II !!>IM«IMIMM*MMMMBMWMWWnilMWri irnTltrT'1 . 6 FRATERNITY LAWTON, OKLAHOMA. wmHmm Henry C. Schmidt, Editor Fraternity. Dear Brother: Since it has been our good pleasure to see our article in the last issue of Fraternity, which was read with appar- ent interest by all with whom we have come in touch, who are permitted to have their names enrolled upon the great records of the best order offering pro- tection for the human life. May we ggg'. venture a few more lines for this issue. While we have nothing in the way of any sensational doings to offer to the dear reader, yet we have the fact to render to them that Lawton Lodge, No. 470, is still growing. Too, there is no reason why it should not grow even more rapidly than heretofore, having en- listed quite a number of as good citi- zens as any country was ever graced with, we feel that ou rLodge has passed its infantile state, although it has only recently enjoyed the celebration of its third semi-monthly birthday. With the most un...

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

FRATERNITY U. B. A. LODGE MEETING. The local lodge of the United Benev- olent Association, met in regular session in the English Hall, over the City Na- tional Bank, Wednesday evening, March 24th, 1915, a spirit of brotherly devotion prevailed throughout the proceedings of the evening. All business coming be- fore the lodge was dispatched in regular order. The following named persons were duly elected to membership in the new lodge: Frank M. English, D.W. Ran- kin, J. E. Fincher, Rev. Frank L. Temp- lin, (and wife), Maggie W. Templin, Mrs. Jessie Gibson, Mrs. Lloydie C. Zimmerman, Leonard Huber (and wife), Effie D. Huber, Ralph T. Templin, Rev. John W. Sims, (and wife), Lucy B. Sims together with two others whose names we fail to command at this writing. With the business of the evening dis- posed of, the lodge was set at ease for a season of goodfellowship. This was freely indulged in by all, in which the absent members missed a treat. A number of talks were made by the mem- bers p...

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

8 FRATERNITY GOOD ADVICE TO HUSBANDS. WHAT TO DO IN HOT WEATHER. MY BEST FRIEND. When your wife is becomingly gown- ed, tell her so. When she waits dinner until late for you, act pleased. Call her the "dear" once in a while that you worked overtime before she took your name. Don't demonstrate your affection as if from force of habit. Some men kiss their wives in the same manner that they glance at the clock before leaving for work. Don't read the newspaper at the break- fast table. Go into your own kitchen once in a while. Wash and wipe the dishes, or scour the frying pan. Laugh while you are doing it. Develop a sense of humor. Don't complain about your wife's cook- ing, for when a man marries a woman he does not always marry a cook. TAKING NO CHANCES. "What's this?" said the editor. "'Mr. Longbow is lying at death's door.' Make that read 'laying.'" "What?" exclaimed the reporter, in surprise. "That's not correct." "No," replied the editor, "but it's bet- ter to make a grammatical e...

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