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SECRET, FRATERNAL AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES,
MASONIC GRAND LODGES.

General Grand Captain of Guard-Edward W. Wel. NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF GRAND SECRETARIES

lington, Ellsworth, Kas. (OCTOBER, 1906).

General Grand Conductor of Council-George New

ell, Medinah, N. Y. Alabama-George A. Beauchamp, Montgomery.

General Grand Marshal-W. F. Cleveland, HarArizona-George J. Roskruge, Tucson.

lan, Iowa. Arkansas-Fay Hempstead, Little Rock.

General Grand Steward-Fay Hempstead, Little British Columbia-R. E. Brett, Victoria.

Rock, Ark.
California-George Johnson, San Francisco.
Canada-Hugh Murray, Hamilton, Ont.

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS.
Colorado Charles H. Jacobson, Denver.
Connecticut-John H. Barlow, Hartford.

OFFICERS OF THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT.
Cuba--Aurelio Miranda, Havana.

Grand Master-Henry W. Rugs, D. D., Providence, Delaware-Benjamin F. Bartram, Wilmington.

R. I. District of Columbia-A. W. Johnston, Washington, Grand Deputy Master-William B. Melish, CincinEngland-Edward Letchworth, London.

nati, 0. Florida-W. P. Webster, Jacksonville.

Grand Generalissimo-Arthur MacArthur, Troy, Georgia-W. A. Woolihin, Macon.

N. Y. Idaho-Theodore W. Randall, Boise.

Grand Captain-General-Frank W. Pierce, San Illinois-Isaac Cutter, Camp Point.

Francisco, Cal. Indiana-Calvin W. Prather, Indianapolis.

Grand Senior Warden-Lee S. Smith, Pittsburg, Pa. Indian Territory-Joseph S. Murrow, Atoka.

Grand Junior Warden-Joseph K. Orr, Atlanta, Ga. Iowa-Newton Ř. Parvin, Cedar Rapids.

Grand Treasurer-H. Wales Lines, Meriden, Conn. Ireland-H. E. Flavelle, Dublin.

Grand Recorder-John A. Gerow, Detroit, Mich. Kansas-Albert K. Wilson, Topeka.

Grand commanderies in the United States, 44. Kentucky-Henry B. Grant, Louisville.

Commanders under jurisdiction of grand encampLouisiana-Richard Lambert, New Orleans.

ment, 1,184. Maine-Stephen Berry, Portland,

Membership, 161,640.
Manitoba- James A. Ovas, Winnipeg.
Maryland-William M. Isaac, Baltimore.

ANCIENT ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE MASONS.
Massachusetts-Sereno D. Nickerson, Boston.
Micbigan-Lou B. Winsor, Reed City.

NORTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION. Minnesota-John Fishel, St. Paul.

M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander-Henry L. Mississippi - Frederic Speed,' Vicksburg.

Palmer, Milwaukee, Wis. Missouri-John R. Parson, St. Louis.

Grand Treasurer-General-Newton D. Arnold, ProvMontana-Cornelius Hedges, Helena.

idence, R. I. Nebraska-Francis E. White, Omaha.

Grand Secretary-General-James H. Codding. ToNevada-Chauncey N. Noteware, Carson City.

wanda, Pa. New Brunswick-J. Twining Hartt, St. John.

SOUTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION. New Hampshire-Frank D. Woodbury, Concord.

M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander-James D, RichNew Jersey-Thomas H. R. Redway, Trenton.

ardson, Washington, D. C. New Mexico-Alpheus A. Keane, Albuquerque. Secretary-General-Frederick Webber, Washington, New York-Edward M. L. Ehlers. New York.

D. C.
New Zealand-Malcolm Niccol, Wellington.
North Carolina-John C. Drury, Raleigh.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS..
North Dakota-Frank J. Thompson, Fargo.
Nova Scotia-Thomas Mowbray, Halifax.

GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER.
Ohio-J. H. Bromwell, Cincinnati.

General Grand High Priest-Joseph E. Dyas, Paris, Oklahoma-James A. Hunt, Stillwater. Oregon--James F. Robinson, Eugene.

General Deputy Grand High Priest-William C. Pennsylvania--William A. Sinn, Philadelphia.

Swain, Milwaukee, Wis. Prince Edward Island-Neil McKelvie, Summerside. General Grand King-Nathan Kingsley, Austin, Quebec-Will H. Whyte, Montreal,

Minn. Rhode Island-S. Penrose Williams, Providence. General Grand Scribe-Bernard G. Witt, HenderScotland-David Reid, Edinburgh.

son, Ky. South Australia-J. H. Cunningham, Adelaide. General Grand Treasurer-John M. Carter, BaltiSouth Carolina-Charles Inglesby. Charleston.

more, Md. South Dakota-George A. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. General Grand Secretary-Christopher G. Fox, BufTasmania--John Hamilton, Hobart.

falo, N. Y. Tennessee John B. Garrett, Nashville.

General Grand Captain of the Host-George E. CorTexas-John Watson, Waco.

- son, Washington, D. C. United Grand Lodge of Victoria-John Braim, Mel General Grand Principal Sojourner-Fred W. Craig. bourne.

Des Moines, Iowa.
United Grand Lodge of New South Wales-Arthur Headquarters, Buffalo, N. Y.
H. Bray, Sydney.

Number of grand chapters, 44.
I'tah-Christopher Diehl, Salt Lake City.
Vermont-Henry H. Ross, Burlington.
Virginia-George W. Carrington, Richmond.

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR.
Washington-Horace Taylor, Olympia.
West Virginia-George W. Atkinson, Charleston.

Organized Nov. 16, 1876.
Wisconsin-William W. Perry, Milwaukee.

OFFICERS OF GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER 1904-1907. Wyoming-William M. Kuykendall, Saratoga.

Most Worthy Grand Matron-Mrs. Ella S. WashThe membership of the grand lodges in this

burn, Racine, Wis. country and Canada in 1906 was 1,127,810.

Most Worthy Grand Patron-William H. Norris,

Manchester, Iowa.
ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS.

Right Worthy Associate Grand Matron-Mrs. M.

Alice Miller, El Reno, Okla.
GENERAL GRAND COUNCIL.

Right Worthy Associate Grand Patron-Willis D. General Grand Master-Henry C. Larrabee, Balti Engle, Indianapolis, Ind. more, Md.

Right Worthy Grand Secretary-Mrs. Lorraine J. General Deputy Grand Master-Graff M. Acklin, Pitkin, Chicago, Ill. Toledo, 0.

Right Worthy Grand Treasurer-Mrs. Harriette A. General Grand Principal Conductor of Work-J. A. Ercanbrack, Ana mosa, Iowa. Blake, Boston, Mass.

Right Worthy Grand Conductress-Mrs. Rata A. General Grand Treasurer-Charles H. Heaton, Mills, Duke Center, Pa. Montpelier, Vt.

Right Worthy Associate Grand Conductress-Mrs. General Grand Recorder-Henry W. Mordhurst, Emma Ocobock, Hartford, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Membership in 1907-392,976.

Ill.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Beloit, Wis.; C. J. By.rns, Ishpeming, Mich. SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE.

These, with the head consul and head clerk,

constitute the executive council of seven. Grand Sire-E, S. Conway, 79 Dearborn street, Chi- | Supreme Medical Directors-Dr. E. A. Smith, Rock cago, Ill.

Island, ill., chairman; Dr. E. L. Kerns, Rock Deputy Grand Sire-John L. Nolen, Nashville, Island, Ill.; Dr. B. E. Jones, Rock Island, ill. Tenn.

Board of Auditors-L. W. Otto, Crawfordsville, Grand Scribe John B. Goodwin, Baltimore, Ma.

Ind., chairman; E. B. Thomas, Columbus, 0.; Grand Treasurer-M. Richards Muckle, Philadel

M. R. Carrier, Lansing, Mich.; Fred W. Parrott, phia, Pa.

Clay Center, Kas.; A. L. Reeves, Steeleville, Mo. Grand Chaplain-Rev. J. M. Baker, Marion, Ind.

Membership Sept. 1, 1907, not including social, Grand Marshal-Edwin L. Pilsbury, Boston, Mass.

854,941. Grand Guardian-Will A. Steidley, Leesville, La. Death claims paid to Sept. 1, 1907, $61,848,000.83. Grand Messenger-W. L. Brown, Kingman, Kas. Home Office-Rock Island, ill. Membership Dec. 31, 1906, 1,709,533.

Next Head Camp Convenes--Peoria, Ill., June, 1908. Total paid for relief. 1830 to 1906 inclusive, $115,111,919.11; expended for relief in 1906, $5,005, 753.37.

THE ROYAL LEAGUE.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

Incorporated Oct. 26, 1883.
SUPREME LODGE.

OFFICERS FOR 1907-1908.
Supreme Chancellor-Charles A. Barnes, Jackson-

Supreme Archon-W. E. Hyde, Chicago, Ill.' ville, Ill.

Supreme Vice-Archon-Thomas V. Dally, Milwau. Supreme Vice-Chancellor-Henry P. Brown, Cle kete, Wis. burne, Tex.

Supreme Orator-H. P. Rountree, Chicago, Ill. Supreme Prelate-Leo A. Caro, Grand Rapids,

Past Supreme Archon-C. E. Bonnell, Chicago, Ill. Mich.

Supreme Scribe-C. E. Piper, 1601 Masonic TemSupreme Keeper of Records and Seal-R. L. C. ple, Chicago, Ill. White, Nashville, Tenn.

Supreme Treasurer-Holmes Hoge, First National Supreme Master of Exchequer-Thomas D. Mears, bank, Chicago, Ill. Wilmington, N. C.

Supreme Prelate-A. G. Brownlee, Denver, Col. Supreme Master at Arms-Noble Binns, Trail, B. C. Supreme Guide-John Green, Cleveland, O. Supreme Inner Guard-S. H. Davis, Davis, I. T.

Supreme Warder-John Weerts, St. Louis, Mo. Major-General Military Department--Arthur J.

Supreme Sentry-John B. Perry, Minneapolis, Minn. Stobbart, St. Paul, Minn.

Membership Dec. 31, 1906, 31,000.
Board of Control, Insurance Department-Charles
E. Shively, Richmond, Ind.; Charles F. S. Neal,

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Manhattan building. Chicago; Zeno M. Host, Mil-
waukee, Wis.; Henry P. Brown, Cleburne, Tex.;

Organized June 6, 1890. William Ladew, New York, N. Y.; Charles A. Sovereign Commander-Joseph C. Root, Omaha, Barnes, Jacksonyille, Ill.: Stanley Adams, Louis. Neb. ville, Ky.; Thomas J. Carling, Macon, Ga. Of Sovereign Adviser-W. A. Fraser, Dallas, Tex. ficers: C. F. S. Neal, president; Carlos S. Sovereign Clerk-John T. Yates, 211 W. 0. W. Hardy, general counsel; Robert E. Spaulding.

building, Omaha, Neb. secretary; Zeno M, Host, general manager; Dr. Sovereign Banker-Morris Sheppard, Texarkana, George G. McConnell, medical examiner in chief; Tex. office, twelfth floor Manhattan building, Chicago, Sovereign Escort-H. F. Simrall, Jr., Columbus, Ill.

Miss. Grand Chancellor of Illinois-Levin D. Goss, Dan Sovereign Watchman-B. W. Jewell. Omaha, Neb. ville, Ill.

Sovereign Sentry-Dr. E. Bradshaw, Little Rock, Membership Jan. 1, 1907, 671,162.

Ark. Total death claims paid by insurance department, Sovereign Physicians-Dr. A. D. Cloyd and Dr. Ira $25,696,043.85.

W. Porter, Omaha, Neb.
SELECT KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.

Sovereign Managers-N. B. Maxey, Muskogee,

I. T., chairman; E. B. Lewis, Kinston, N. C.; Organized 1881.

E. W. Campbell, Port Huron, Mich.; C. c. GRAND LEGION OFFICERS.

Farmer, Mount Carroll, Ill.; T. E. Patterson, Past Grand Commander-Adolph Pike, Chicago, Ill.

Chattanooga, Tenn.; L. Q. Rawson, Cleveland, Grand Commander-W. A. Schoenborn, Chicago, Ill.

0.; J. E. Fitzgerald, Kansas City, Mo. Grand Vice-Commander-F. Rote, Baraboo, Wis.

Headquarters-Omaha, Neb.

Membership Sept. 1. 1907, 526,205. Grand Lieutenant-Commander-A. J. Wagner, Chi

Losses paid from organization to . 1, 1906, cago, Ill.

$28,009,834.40. Grand Recorder-Thomas C. Harris, 810 S. Cuyler avenue, Oak Park, Ill.

Insurance in force, $675,560,300.00. Grand Treasurer-I. 'S. Fiellin, Chicago, Ill.

Emergency and surplus, $5,358,738.63.

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. Founded in 1883.

Officers of the Grand Ærie.

Grand Worthy President-Theo. A. Bell, Napa, Ca! HEAD OFFICERS 1905-1908.

Past Grand Worthy President-Edward Krause, Head Consul-A. R. Talbot, Lincoln, Neb.

Wilmington, Del. Past Head Consul-W. A. Northcott, Springfield, Grand Worthy Vice-President-B. J. Monaghan, Ill.

Philadelphia, Pa. Head Adviser-Dan B. Horne, Davenport, Iowa. Grand Worthy Chaplain-John A. Clinem, Cleve. Head Clerk-C. W. Hawes, Rock Island, 111.

land, 0. Head Banker-C. H. MeNider, Mason City, Iowa. Grand' Secretary-Conrad H. Mann, Kansas City, General Attorneys-Benjamin D. Smith, Mankato, Mo. Minn.; Truman Plantz, Warsaw, lll.

Grand Treasurer-Frank E. Hering, South Bend, Editor-F. 0. Van Galder, Rock Island, Ill.

Ind. Head Chaplain-Rev. Henry N. Dunning, Albany, Grand Worthy Conductor-E. H. McBride, Buffalo, N. Y.

N. Y. Head Escort-C. D. Elliott, Seattle, Wash.

Grand Inside Guard-R. L. Armstrong, Fort Worth, Head Watchman-George L. Bowman, Kingfisher, Tex. Okla.

Grand Trustees—Thomas C. Hayes, Newark, N. J.; Head Sentry-W. E. Beachley, Hagerstown, Md. W. McKinney, Saginaw, Mich.; D. N. Barrett, Board of Directors-R. R. Smith, Brookfield, Mo., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Martin J. Gray, New Haven,

chairman; E. E. Murphy. Leavenworth, Kas.; Conn.
George W. Reilly, Danville, Ill.; A. N. Bort, | Membership-250,000.

TRIBE OF BEN-HUR.

Great Junior Sagamore-George B. Griggs, HousFounded March 1, 1894.

ton, Tex.

Great Prophet-John W. Cherry, Norfolk, Va. SUPREME OFFICERS.

Great Chief of Records-- Wilson Brooks, 234 La. Supreme Chief-D. W. Gerard, Crawfordsville, Salle street, Chicago, Ill. Ind.

Gieat Keeper of Wampum-William Provin, West. Supreme Scribe-John C. Snyder, Crawfordsville, field, Mass. Ind.

Number of great councils, 62.
Supreme Keeper of Tribute-S. E. Voris.

Subordinate tribes and councils, 4,666.
Supreme Medical Examiner-J. F. Davidson, M. D. Members, 434,000.
Membership Sept. 1, 1907, 95,000,

Benefits disbursed since organization, $22,626,720.22.
Surplus, $925,000.
Ilome Office-Crawfordsville. Ind.

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.

Founded 1868.
BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF
ELKS.

SUPREME LODGE OFFICERS 1906-1908.
Grand Exalted Ruler-John K. Tener, Charleroi, Past Supreme Master Workman-William M. Col.
Pa.

vig. Jacksonville, Ore. Grand Treasurer-Edward Leach, New York

Supreme Master Workman-Will M. Narvis, MuscaGrand Esteemed Royal Knight-W. T. Leickie,

tine, Iowa. Dowagiac, Mich.

Supreme Foreman-Joseph A. Eckstein, New Ulm, Grand Esteemed Lecturing Knight-Bayard Gray, Minn. Frankfort, Ind.

Supreme Overseer-John Currier Gallagher, New Grand Esteemed. Leading Knight-John D. Shea,

Haven, Conn. Hartford, Conn.

Supreme Recorder-M. W. Sackett. Meadville, Pa. Grand Secretary-Fred C. Robinson, Dubuque, Iowa.

Supreme Receiver-H. B. Dickinson, Buffalo, N. Y. Grand Trustees-Thomas B. Mills, Superior, Wis.;

Supreme Guide-A. T. Patterson, Montreal, Que. Thomas F. McNulty, Baltimore, and Mayor

Supreme Watchman-M. E. Shultz, Beatrice, Neb. Charles C. Schmidt, Wheeling, W. Va.

Supreme Medical Examiner-G. A. Aschman, M. D.,

Wheeling. W. Vo.
ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS Membership Jan. 1, 1907, 234,952.
GENERAL OFFICERS.

JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN President-Matthew Cummings, Boston, Mass.

VIECHANICS.
Vice-President-John E. Reagan, St. Paul, Minn.

Founded 1853. .
Secretary-James C. Carroll, Columbus, O.
Assistant Treasurer-John Quinn, Joliet, Ill.

NATIONAL COUNCIL. Directors-P. F. Moran, Washington, D. C.:. Ed-National Councilor-H. C. Schaertzer, San Francisward T. McChrystol, New York; Dr. W.

co, Cal. O'Brien, Pennsylvania; Rev. M. 5. Byrne, In- National Vice-Councilor--H. L. W. Taylor, Newdiana; John T. Kelly, Milwaukee.

port, Tenn. Next biennial meeting in Indianapolis, Ind., 1908. Junior Past National Councilor-W. L. S. Gilcreast,

Methuen, Mass.
INDEPENDENT ORDER FREE SONS OF National Secretary-Martin M. Woods, 727 Stephen
ISRAEL.

Girard building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Organized in 1849.

National Treasurer-Charles Reimer, Baltimore, Md.

Membership Jan. 1. 1907, 180,000.
GENERAL OFFICERS.

Meets in Detroit, Mich., in June, 1909.
Grand Master-M. S. Stern, New York, N. Y.
First Deputy Grand Masters. Hoffheimer, New

NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE.
York, N. Y.
Second Deputy Grand Master-A. Finkenburg, New

First temple founded Sept. 26, 1872.
York, N. Y.

IMPERIAL COUNCIL 1907-1908. Third 'Deputy Grand Master-Adolph Pike, Chi-| Imperial Potentate--Frank C. Roundy, Chicago, Ill. cago, Ill.

Imperial Deputy Potentate-Edwin T. Alderman, Grand' Secretary-Abraham Hafer, New York, N. Y.

Marion, Iowa. Grand Treasurer-L. Frankenthaler, New York, Imperial Chief Rabban-George L. Street, RichN. Y.

mond, Va. Members Executive Committee--Ignatz Lurie, Imperial Assistant Rabban-Fred A. Hines, Los Adolph Pike, Harry Weissbaum.

Angeles, Cal.

Imperial High Priest and Prophet-J. F. Treat,
PATRIOTIC SONS OF AMERICA.

Fargo, N. D.
Organized Dec. 10, 1847.

Imperial Oriental Guide Wm. J. Cunningham,

Baltimore, Md.
NATIONAL CAMP OFFICERS.

Imperial Treasurer-W. S. Brown, Pittsburg, Pa. President-W. E. Valliant, Laurel, Del.

Imperial Recorder-B. W. Rowell, Boston, Mass. Vice President-Fred W. Alexander, Oak Grove, Va. Imperial First Ceremonial Master-Wm. W. Irwin, Master of Forms-Fred A. Pope, Somerville, N. J. Wheeling, W. Va. Secretary--Chas. H. Stees, 524 North 6th Street, Imperial Second Ceremonial Master-Jacob T. Bar. Philadelphia, Pa.

ron, Columbia, S. C. Treasurer:-0. B. Witherhold, Reading, Pa.

Imperial Marshal-Frederick R. Smith, Rochester, Assistant Secretary-L. F. Stees, 524 North 6

N. Y. street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Imperial Captain of Guard J. Putnam Stevens, Chaplain-Rev. R E. Rupley, Lock Haven, Pa. Portland, Me. Conductor-A. L. Thompson, New Britain, Conn. Membership in 1907, 113,274. Inspector James W. Allison, Washington, D. C. Guard-N. L. Grubb, Grubb's Corner, Del. Medical Examiner in Chief-P. N. K. Schwenk,

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. V. D.. Philadelphia, Pa.

Founded. 1874.
Place of meeting in 1909, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Membership, 140,000.

SUPREME OFFICERS.

Supreme Chief Ranger-Elliott G. Stevenson, ToIMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.

ronto, Ont. Founded 1763 and 1834,

Past Chief Ranger-Victor Morin, B. A., N. P..

Montreal, Que. GREAT CHIETS OF THE GREAT COUNCIL OF THE

Supreme Vice-Chief Ranger-J. D. Clark, DayUNITED STATES.

ton, O. Great Incohonee-W. A. S. Bird, Topeka, Kas. Supreme Secretary-Robt. Mathison, Temple buildGreat Senior Sagamore-Joseph Farrar, Philadel. ing, Toronto, Ont. . phia, Pa.

| Supreme Treasurer-H. A. Collins, Toronto, Ont.

Supreme Physician-Thomas Millman, M. D., To

ronto, Ont. Supreme Counselor-W. H. Hunter, M. A., To

ronto, Ont. Total number of members, 255,000. Benefits disbursed since organization, $22,500,000.

ROYAL ARCANUM.
Organized June 23, 1877.

SUPREME COUNCIL,
Supreme Regent-Robert Van Sands, Chicago, Ill.
Supreme Vice-Regent-Clovis H. Bowen, Pawtuck-

et. R. I.
Supreme Orator-F. T. McFaden, Richmond, Va.
Supreme Secretary-Alfred T. Turner, 407 Shawmut

avenue, Boston, Mass.
Chairman Supreme Trustees-J. M. Johnson, 342

Franklin street, Chicago.
Grand Secretary of Illinois Grand Council-John

Kiley, 76 Monroe street, Chicago.
Head office at 407 Shawmut avenue, Boston.
Number of subordinate councils, 2,063; state coun-

cils, 30.
Membership Oct. 1, 1907, 241,465.

NATIONAL UNION.

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE.
President-W. H. Thompson, Mount Vernon, 0.
Speaker-C. R. Morrow, Nashville, Tenn.
Secretary-J. W. Myers, National Union building,

Toledo, O.
Treasurer-C. 0. Evarts, Cleveland. 0.
General Counsel-George P. Kirby, Toledo, 0.
Executive Committee-w. H. Thompson, J. W.

Myers, C. 0. Evarts, H. E. Evans,.c. G. Bent-
ley, Leo Canman, M. G. Jeff ris.
Total membersbip, 65,000; in Cook county, Illinois,
16,500.
MYSTIC WORKERS OF THE WORLD.

Founded 1896.
Supreme Secretary-Edmund Jackson, Fulton, II.
Supreme Banker-Al F. Schoch, Ottawa, Ill.
Supreme Medical Examiner-G. W. Clendenen,

Fulton, Ill.
General Attorney-B. F. Lichtenberger, Chicago, Ill.
Grand lodges, 1.
Subordinate lodges, 805.
Members, 44,133.
Benefits disbursed since organization, $1.576,092.80.
Benefits disbursed last fiscal year, $318,112.50.

ORDER OF OWLS.
Founded September, 1903.

SUPREME OFFICERS.
Supreme President-John W. Talbot, South Bend,

Ind.
Supreme Past President-Burrell J. Cramer.
Supreme Vice-President-C. B. Crumpacker, M. D.
Supreme Secretary-George D. Beroth.
Supreme Treasurer-J. Lott Losey.
Supreme Invocator-John J. Johnson.
Supreme Warden-John D. Buike.
General Counsel-Joseph E. Talbot.
Supreme Trustees-Garrett B. Hunt, Spokane,

Wash.; C. R. Collins, Jackson, Tenn.; T. J.
Hewson, Chicago, Ill.; Elmore S. Pettyjohn,
M. D., Chicago, Ill.; D. M. Graham, San Fran-
cisco, Cal.; P. W. Coleman, Bloomington, Ill.;

John J. Heimberger, Springfield, Ill.
Home Nest-South Bend, Ind.
Nests, 156.
Members, 76.000,
Officers Nest 5. Chicago President, Elmore S.

Pettyjohn; vice-president, A. Milo Bennett; sec-
retary, George V. Stevenson, 52, 87 Clark street;
treasurer, Charles S. Bigelow.

THE KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF THE

WORLD,
Instituted 1878; reorganized 1883.

OFFICERS 1907-1911.
Past Supreme Commander-D. D. Aitken, Flint,

Mich.
Supreme Commander-D. P. Markey, Port Huron,

Mich.
Supreme Lieutenant-Commander–M. F. Elkins,

Lexington, Ky.
Supreme Record Keeper-L, E. Sissler, Port Huron,

Mich.
Supreme Chaplain-J. H. Buckbee, Elkland, Pa.
Supreme Sergeant-Geo. W. Miller, Chicago, Ill.
Supreme Master at Arms-C. K. Haw, Kansas

City, Kas.
Supreme First Master of the Guards-C. C. Sho-

walter, Parkersburg. W. Va.
Supreme Second Master of the Guards-G. W. Sul-

man, Chatham, Ont.
Supreme Sentinel-S. C. C. Ward. Milo, Me..
Supreme Picket-Robert A. Nelson, Minneapolis,

Minn.
Medical Board-Drs. R. E. Moss. F. Edmister and

A. J. Irwin, Port Huron, Mich.
Membership Sept. 1, 1907, 325,000.
Benefits paid to Sept. 1, 1907. $31,000,000.

KNIGHTS OF HONOR.

Organized June 80, 1873.
Supreme Dictator-L. E. Bentley, New Orleans, La.
Supreme Vice-Dictator-Edwin C. Wood, New York,

Ñ. Y.
Supreme Assistant Dictator-Steve R. Johnson, At-

lanta, Ga.
Supreme Reporter-Noah M. Givan, St. Louis. Mo.
Supreme Treasurer-Frank B. Sliger, St. Louis,

Mo.
Supreme Chaplain-Rev. A. J. Hess, Columbus, O.
Supreme Guide-John H. Hancock, Louisville. Ky.
Supreme Past Dictator-J. C. Sheppard, Edgefield,

S. C.
Benefits paid since organization, $92,000,000,

FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.

OFFICERS OF SUPREME LODGE.
President-F. F. Roose, Denver, Col.
Secretary-Samuel S. Baty, Denver, Col.
Treasurer-Willis H. Marshall. Denver, Col.
Protector-George A. Ostrom, Portland, Ore.
Guide-R. H. Rice, Oklahoma City, 0. T.
Guard-W. F. Hearne, Mangum, 0. T.
Sentinel- Miss Dora Morarten, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Stewards-P. J. McIntyre, Denver; Oscar Floyd,

Birmingham, Ala.; R. E. Coulehan, Boulder,
Col.; S. P. Rice. Dallas, Tex., and R. E. Mc-
Kelvey, Omaha, Neb.

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR.

NATIONAL FRATERNAL CONGRESS. Organized 1877.

President-A. L. Hereford, Springfield, III.

Secretary-C. A. Gower, Lansing, Mich.
SUPREME LODGE OFFICERS.

Orders that are members of the National FraSupreme Protector-L. B. Lockard, Indianapolis, ternal congress, with names and addresses of the Ind.

secretaries: Supreme Vice-Protector-S. B. Watts, Aberdeen, Alliance National-L. J. D. Papineau, 7 Place Miss.

d'Armes, Montreal, Canada. Supreme Secretary-Geo. D. Tait, Indianapolis, Ind. American Guild-Carl W. Kimpton, 737 E. Main Supreme Treasurer-George A. Byrd, Indianapolis, street, Richmond, Va.. Ind.

American Insurance Union--George W. Hoaglan, Supreme Guide-H. G. Dillenberg, Aurora, ill.

Columbus, O. Supreme Sentinel-Georg. T. McVey. St. Louis, Mo. Ancient Order of Gleaners—G. H. Slocum, Caro, Headquarters of order in Indianapolis, Ind.

Mich. Total membership Sept. 1, 1907, 94,753.

Artisans' Order Mutual Protection-William PatDeath claims paid since organization, $25,408,870.1 ton, 204 Odd Fellows' building, Philadelphia, Pa.

dianapolis, mas a te

KniekoKas the Macsiich. Maccab

Ancient Order United Workmen-M. W. Sackett, United Order Pilgrim Fathers—Nathan Crary, Meadville, Pa.

Lawrence, Mass. Catholic Benevolent Legion-John D. Carroll, 367 Vesta Circle-Frank H. Knapp, 1619 Masonic TemFulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ple, Chicago, Ill. Catholic Knights of America- Anthony Natre, Mer | Women of Woodcraft-J. L. Wright, Portland, O cantile building. St. Louis, Mo.

Woodmen of the World (sovereign camp)- John T. Catholic Knights and Ladies of America-Henry Yates, 211 Shelby block, Omaha, Neb.

F. Hayes, suite 1312 Ashland block, Chicago, ni. Woodmen of the World (Pacific jurisdiction)-1. I. Catholic Mutual Benefit Association-Joseph Cam Boak, box 1706, Denver, Col. eron, Hornellsville, N. Y.

Woodmen Circle-Mrs. Anna McDonagh, Omaha, Catholic Order Foresters-Thomas F. McDonald, Neb.

1228 Stock Exchange building, Chicago, Ill. Catholic Relief and Beneficiary Association-Thos. FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS. H. O'Neill, 116 Genesee street, Auburn, N. Y..

The name of each society is followed by that of Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion-Mrs. Sarah

| its managing executive officer-the secretary unless E. Skelly, 153 E. 44th street, New York city.

otherwise specified. * Indicates membership in the Court of Honor-W. E. Robinson, Springfield, Ill.

Associated Fraternities of America and † indicates Degree of Honor-Mrs. E. E. Allburn, 316 United

membership in the National Fraternal congress. Bank building, Sioux City, Iowa.

C. H. Robinson, Holtzman building, Washington, Fraternal Aid Association–T. J. Edmonds, Law D. C., is the secretary-treasurer of the Associated rence, Kas.

Fraternities. Fraternal Brotherhood-H. V. Davis, 845 Figueroa street, Los Angeles, Cal.

† American Benefit Society-B. L. Colpitts, 2 Park Fraternal Mystic Circle—J. D. Myers, 1913 Arch

square, Boston, Mass. street, Philadelphia, Pa.

* American Benevolent Association-Dr. E. J. NorFraternal Union of America-Samuel S. Baty, F,

ris, Missouri Trust block, St. Louis, Mo. U. of A. building, Denver, Col.

American Buffaloes-G. W. Sherman, Lansing, Mich.

f American Insurance Union-Dr. G. W. Hoaglan, Improved Order of Heptasophs-Samuel H. Tatter

Outlook building. Columbus, O. sall, Preston and Cathedral streets, Baltimore,

* American Life and Annuity Society-J. J. FletchMd.

er, 501 Ferguson block, Pittsburg, P: Independent Order of Foresters-Robert Mathison,

American Order of Protection-J. A. Patton, F. Toronto, Ont.

& M. building. Lincoln, Neb. Knights of Columbus-Daniel Colwell, New Haven, American Stars of Equity-A. M. Smith, Wilcoxen Conn.

building, Freeport, ill. Knights of Honor-Noah M. Givan, 816 Olive

† Ancient Order of Gleaners-G. H. Slocum, Caro, street, St. Louis, Mo.

Mich. Knights of Pythias (insurance department)-R. E.

Ancient Order of Shepherds—W. T. Newman, 59 Spaulding, Manhattan building, Chicago, Ill.

Washington street, Chicago, Ill. Knights and Ladies of Security-J. M. Wallace, To. † Ancient Order of United Workmen-M. W. Sackpeka, Kas.

ett, Meadville, Pa. Knights of the Maccabees of the World-L. E. Sis Archæan Union-w. A. Schwartz, Rockford, Ill. ler, Port Huron, Mich.

*Artisans Order of Mutual Protection-W. Patton, Knights of the Modern Maccabees-A. M. Slay, Odd Fellows' building, Philadelphia, Pa. Port Huron, Mich.

Association Canado-Americaine---Calixte Morin, 1008 L. C. B. A.-Mrs. A. Royer, 1115 Walnut street, Elm Street, Manchester, N. H. Erie, Pa.

Bankers' Union of the World-E. C. Spinney, Ladies of the Maccabees of the World-Miss Bina president, Paxton block, Omaha, Neb. M. West, Port Huron, Mich.

*Beavers' Reserve Fund Fraternity-Ben E. Wait, Ladies of the Modern Maccabees-Emma E. Bower, Stoughton, Wis. Port Huron, Mich. .

B'nai B'rith, Independent Order- - - 50 Legion of the Red Cross-John B. Treibler, Jr., Clark street, Chicago, Ill. Hollins street, Baltimore, Md.

*Brotherhood of American Yeomen-W. E. Davy, Loyal Americans-H. D. Cowan, Springfield, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa. Loyal Association-Frank S. Petter, 76 Montgomery Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engine. street, Jersey City, N. J.

men-W. D. Carter, Peoria, Ill. Loyal Guard-F. H. Rankin, Flint, Mich.

Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen-A. E. King, Modern Woodmen of America--C. W. Hawes, Rock Cleveland, O. Island, Ill.

Brotherhood of the Union-H. B. Walter, 2147 York Modern Samaritans-W. A. Hicken. Duluth, Minn. street, Philadelphia, Pa. National Union-J. W. Myers, National Union Canadian Order of Chosen Friends-W.-F. Monbuilding, Toledo, O.

tague, Hamilton, Ont. New England Order of Protection-D. M. Frye, Canadian Order of Foresters-George Faulkner, Ashburton place, Boston, Mass.

Brantford, Ont. Order of Pendo-George E. Terry, Lankershim Catholic Knights and Ladies of America-building, Los Angeles, Cal.

1312 Asbland block, Chicago, Ill. Order of Columbian Knights-Edwin D. Peifer, 704 Catholic Knights of Ohio-c. J. Anthony, 815 Rose Masonic Temple, Chicago, Ill.

building, Columbus, O. Order of Scottish Clans-Peter Kerr, 134 Sumner † Catholic Mutual Benefit Association-Joseph Camstreet, Boston, Mass.

eron, Hornellsville, N. Y. Protected Home Circle-W. S. Palmer, Sharon, Pa. +Catholic Order of Foresters-T. F. McDonald. Prudent Patricians of Pompeii-David Swinton, Stock Exchange building. Chicago, Ill. Saginaw, Mich.

Catholic Relief and Beneficiary Association-Mary Royal Arcanum-Alfred T. Turner, 408 Shawmut G. Connelly, Auburn, N. Y. avenue, Boston, Mass.

*Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion-Miss Annie Royal League-Charles E. Piper, 1601 Masonic Tem. O'Connor. 153 East 44th street, New York, N. Y. ple, Chicago, Ill.

Christian Burden Bearers' Association-L, N. OlmRoyal Neighbors of America-Mrs. Winnie Fielder, stead, Manchester, N. H. 529 Woolner building, Peoria, ill.

Columbian Woodmen-J. B. Frost, president, 120 Royal Highlanders-F. J. Sharp, Aurora, Neb.

Peachtree street, Atlanta, Ga. Shield of Honor-W. T. Henry, Knickerbocker | Court of Honor-Å. L. Hereford, president, Springbuilding, Baltimore, Md.

field, Ill. S. L. Order Mutual Protection-G. Del Vecchio, *Daughters of Columbia-N, J. Hein, 704 Masonic 1121 National Life building, Chicago, Ill.

Temple, Chicago, Ill. Supreme Tribe Ben-Hur-John C. Snyder, Craw * Defenders, The-Felix A. Kremer, president. Mad. fordsville, Ind.

ison, Wis. Union Fraternal League-James F. Reynolds, Brown | *Earnest Americans-John A., Jones, manager, building, Dewey square, Boston, Mass.

Bradford, Pa. United Order of the Golden Cross-W. R. Cooper, *Eastern Star Benefit Fund-Miss M. E. Crowe, 39 Knoxville, Tenn.

Elizabeth street, west, Detroit.

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