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SECRET, FRATERNAL AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES.
MASONIC GRAND LODGES.
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF GRAND SECRETARIES (OCTOBER, 1&06).
Alabama—George A. Beauehamp, Montgomery.
Arizona—George J. Roskruge, Tucson.
Arkansas—Fay Hempstead. Little Rock.
British Columbia—R. E. Brett, Victoria.
California—George Johnson, San Francisco.
Canada—Hugh Murray. Hamilton, Ont.
Colorado—Charles H. Jacobson, Denver.
Connecticut—John H. Barlow, Hartford.
Cuba—Aurelio Miranda, Havana.
Delaware—Benjamin F. Bartram, Wilmington.
District of Columbia—A. W. Johnston, Washington.
England—Edward Letehworth, London.
Florida—W. P. Webster. Jacksonville.
Georgia—W. A. Woolihin. Macon.
Idaho—Theodore W. Randall, Boise.
Illinois—Isaac Cutter, Camp Point.
Indiana—Calvin W. Prather, Indianapolis.
Indian Territory—Joseph S. Murrow, Atoka.
Iowa—Newton R. Parvin, Cedar Rapids.
Ireland—H. E. Flavelle. Dublin.
Kansas—Albert K. Wilson, Topeka.
Kentucky—Henry B. Grant. Louisville.
Louisiana—Richard Lambert, New Orleans.
Maine—Stephen Berry, Portland.
Manitoba—James A. Ovas, Winnipeg.
Maryland—William M. Isaac, Baltimore.
Massachusetts—Sereno D. Nickerson, Boston.
Michigan—Lou B. Wlnsor, Reed City.
Minnesota—John FIshel. St. Paul.
Mississippi—Frederic Speed. Vicksburg.
Missouri—John R. Parson, St. Louis.
Montana—Cornelius Hedges, Helena.
Nebraska—Francis E. White. Omaha.
Nevada—Chauncey N. Note ware, Carson City.
New Brunswick—J, Twining Hartt, St. John.
New Hampshire—Frank D. Woodbury, Concord.
New Jersey—Thomas H. R. Redway. Trenton.
New Mexico—Alpheus A. Keane, Albuquerque.
New York—Edward M. L. Elders. New York.
New Zealand—Malcolm Nlccol, Wellington.
North Carolina—John C. Drury, Raleigh.
North Dakota—Frank J. Thompson. Fargo.
Nova -Scotia—Thomas Mowbray, Halifax.
Ohio—J. II. Bromwell, Cincinnati.
Oklahoma—James A. Hunt, Stillwater.
Oregon—James F. Robinson, Eugene.
Pennsylvania—William A. Sinn, Philadelphia.
Prince Edward Island—Neil McKelvIe, Summerside.
Quebec—Will H. Whyte, Montreal.
Rhode Island—S. Penrose Williams, Providence.
Scotland—David Reid. Edinburgh.
South Australia—J. H. Cunningham. Adelaide.
South Carolina—Charles Inglesby. Charleston.
South Dakota—George A. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls.
Tasmania—John Hamilton, Hobart.
Tennessee—John B. Garrett, Nashville.
Texas—John Watson, Waco.
United Grand Lodge of Victoria—John Braim, Melbourne.
United Grand Lodge of New South Wales—Arthur H. Bray, Sydney.
Utah— Christopher DIehl, Salt Lake City.
Vermont—Henry H. Ross, Burlington.
Virginia—George W. Carrington. Richmond.
Washington—Horace Taylor, Olympia.
West Virginia—George W. Atkinson, Charleston.
Wisconsin—William W. Perry. Milwaukee.
Wyoming—William M. Kuykendall, Saratoga.
country and Canada In 1906 was 1,127,810.
ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS.
GENERAL GRAND COUNCIL.
General Grand Master—Henry C. Larrabee, Baltimore, Md.
General Deputy Grand Master—Graff M. Acklln, Toledo, O.
General Grand Principal Conductor of Work—J. A. Blake, Boston, Mass.
General Grand Treasurer—Charles H. Heaton, Montpelier, Vt.
General Grand Recorder—Henry W. Mordhurst. Fort Wayne, Ind.
General Grand Captain of Guard—Edward W\ Wellington, Ellsworth, Kas.
General Grand Conductor of Council—George Newell. Medinah. N. Y.
General Grand Marshal—W. F. Cleveland, Harlan, Iowa.
General Grand Steward—Fay Hempstead, Little Rock, Ark.
OFFICERS OF THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT.
Grand Master—Henry W. Rugg, D. D., Providence, R. 1.
Grand Deputy Master—William B. Melish, Cincinnati, O.
Grand Generalissimo—Arthur MacArthur, Troy, N. Y.
Grand Captain-General—Frank W. Pierce, San Francisco, Cal.
Grand Senior Warden—Lee S. Smith, Pittsburg, Pa.
Grand Junior Warden—Joseph K. Orr, Atlanta. Ga.
Grand Treasurer—II. Wales Lines. Meriden, Conn.
Grand Recorder—John A. Gerow. Detroit, Mich.
Grand commanderies in the United States, 44.
Commanders under jurisdiction of grand encampment, 1.18-1.
ANCIENT ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE MASONS.
NORTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION.
M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander—Henry L. Palmer, Milwaukee, Wis.
Grand Treasurer-General—Newton D. Arnold, Providence. R. I.
Grand Secretary-General—James H. Codding. Towanda. Pa.
SOUTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION.
M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander—James D. Richardson, Washington, D. C.
Secretary-General—Frederick Webber, Washington, D. C.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER.
General Grand High Priest—Joseph E. Dyas, Paris, 111.
General Deputy Grand High Priest—William C. Swain, Milwaukee, Wis.
General Grand King—Nathan Klngsley, Austin, Minn.
General Grand Scribe—Bernard G. Witt, Henderson, Ky.
General Grand Treasurer—John M. Carter, Baltimore, Md.
General Grand Secretary—Christopher G. Fox, Buffalo, N. Y.
General Grand Captain of the Host—George E. Corson, Washington, D. C.
General Grand Principal Sojourner—Fred W. Craig. Des Moines. Iowa.
Headquarters, Buffalo, N. Y.
Number of grand chapters, 44.
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR.
Organized Nov. 16, 1876.
OFFICERS OF GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER 1904-1907.
Most Worthy Grand Matron—Mrs. Ella S. Washburn, Racine, Wis. Most Worthy Grand Patron—William H. Norrls,
Manchester, Iowa. Right Worthy Associate Grand Matron—Mrs. M.
Alice Miller, El Reno. Okla. Right Worthy Associate Grand Patron—Willis D.
Engle, IndianaiK>lIs, Ind. Right Worthy Grand Secretary—Mrs. Lorraine J.
Pitkin, Chicago. 111. Right Worthy Grand Treasurer—Mrs. Harriette A.
Ercanhrack, Anamosa. Iowa. Right Worthy Grand Conductress—Mrs. Rata A.
Mills. Duke Center. Pa. Right Worthy Associate Grand Conductress—Mrs.
Emma Ocobock, Hartford, Mich. Membership in 1907—392,976.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS.
SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE.
Grand Sire—E. S. Conway. 79 Dearborn street, Chicago, III.
Deputy Grand Sire—John L. Nolen, Nashville, Tenu.
Grand Scribe—John B. Goodwin, Baltimore, Md.
Grand Treasurer— M." Richards Muckle, Philadelphia, Pa.
Grand Chaplain—Rev. J. M. Baker, Marion, Ind.
Grand Marshal—Edwin L. Pilsbury. Boston, Mass.
Grand Guardian—Will A. Steidley, Leesville, La.
Grand Messenger— W. L. Brown. Kingman, Kan.
Membership Dec. 31. 1906, 1.709,533.
Total paid for relief. 1830 to 1906 inclusive, $115,111,919.11; expended for relief in 1906. $5,005,753.37.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Supreme Chancellor—Charles A. Barnes, Jacksonville, 111.
Supreme Vice-Chancellor—Henry P. Brown, Cleburne, Tex.
Supreme Prelate—Leo A. Caro, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Supreme Keeper of Records and Seal—R. L. C. White, Nashville. Tenn.
Supreme Master of Exchequer—Thomas D. Mears, Wilmington. N. C.
Supreme Master at Arms—Noble Binns. Trail. B. C.
Supreme Inner Gnard—S. H. Davis. Davis, I. T.
Major-General Military Department—Arthur J. Stobbart, St. Paul. Minn.
Eoard of Control, Insurance Department—Charles E. Shively, Richmond, Ind.; Charles F. S. Neal. Manhattan building. Chicago; Zeno M. Host. Milwaukee, Wis.; Henry P. Brown, Cleburne, Tex.; William Ladew, New York. N. Y.; Charles A. Barnes. Jacksonville. 111.: Stanley Adams. Louisville, Kv.; Thomas J. Carling. Macon, Ga. Officers: C. F. S. Neal, president; Carlos S. Hardy, general counsel; Robert E. Spaulding, secretary; Zeno M. Host, general manager; Dr. George G.-McConnell. medical examiner in chief; office, twelfth floor Manhattan building, Chicago,
Grand Chancellor of Illinois—Levin D. Goss. Dan
ville. 111. Membership Jan. 1. 1907. 671,162. Total death claims paid by insurance department.
SELECT KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.
GRAND LEGION OFFICERS.
Past Grand Commander—Adolph Pike, Chicago, 111.
Grand Commander—W. A. Schoenborn, Chicago. 111.
Grand Vice-Commander—F. Rote, Baraboo, W'is.
Grand Lieutenant-Commander—A. J. Wagner, Chicago, 111.
Grand Recorder—Thomas C. Harris, 810 S. Cuyler avenue. Oak Park, 111.
Grand Treasurer—I. S. Fiellin, Chicago, III.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Founded in 1883.
HEAD OFFICERS 1905-1908.
Head Consul—A. R. Talbot, Lincoln, Neb.
Past Head Consul—W. A. Northcott, Spring-field,
III. Head Adviser—Dan B. Home, Davenport, Iowa. Head Clerk—C. W. Hawes. Rook Island. 111. Head Banker—C. H. McNider, Mason City, Iowa. General Attorneys—Benjamin 1). Smith, Mankato,
Minn.; Truman Plantz, Warsaw. 111. Editor—F. O. Van Galder, Rock Island, III. Head Chaplain—Rev. Henry N. Dunning, Albany.
N. Y. Head Escort—C. D. Elliott, Seattle. Wash. Head Watchman—George L. Bowman, Kingfisher,
Okla. Head Sentry—W. E. Beachlev, Hagerstown. Md. Board of Directors—R. R. Smith. iBrookfleld, Mo.,
chairman: E. E. Murphy. Leavenworth. Kas.;
George W. Reilly. Danville, 111.; A. N. Bort,
Beloit, Wis.; C. J. By.rns, Ishpeming, Mich.
These, with the head consul and head clerk,
constitute the executive council of seven. Supreme Medical Directors—Dr. E. A. Smith, Rock
Island, III., chairman; Dr. E. L. Kerns, Rock
Island. 111.; Dr. B. E. Jones, Rock Island, 111. Board of Auditors—L. W. Otto, Crawfordsville,
Ind.. chairman; E. B. Thomas, Columbus, O.;
M. R. Carrier, Lansing, Mich.; Fred W. Parrott,
Clay Center, Kas.; A. L. Reeves, Steeleviile, Mo. Membership Sept. 1, 1907, not including social,
854,941. Death claims paid to Sept. 1, 1907. $61,848,000.83.
Home Office—Rock Island, 111.
THE ROYAL LEAGUE.
OFFICERS FOR 1907-1908.
Supreme Archon—W. E. Hyde, Chicago, 111.'
Supreme Vice-Archon—Thomas V. Dally, Milwauirpfp Wis
Supreme Orator—H. P. Rountree. Chicago, 111.
Past Supreme Archon—C. E. Bonnell, Chicago, III.
Supreme Scribe—C. E. Piper, 1601 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111.
Supreme Treasurer-»-Holmes Hoge, First National bank, Chicago, 111.
Supreme Prelate—A. G. Brownlee. Denver, Col.
Supreme Guide—John Green, Cleveland, O.
Supreme Warder—John Weerts, St. Louis, Mo.
Supreme Sentry—John B. Perry. Minneapolis, Minn.
Membership Dec. 31, 1906, 31,000.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Organized June 6, 1890.
Sovereign Commander—Joseph C. Root, Omaha,
Neb. Sovereign Adviser—W. A. Fraser, Dallas, Tex. Sovereign Clerk—John T. Yates, 211 W. O. W.
building, Omaha, Neb. Sovereign Banker—Morris Sheppard, Tiexarkana,
Tex. Sovereign Escort—H. F. Simrall, Jr., Columbus,
Miss. Sovereign Watchman—B. W. Jewell. Omaha, Neb. Sovereign Sentry—Dr. E. Bradshaw, Little Rock,
Ark. Sovereign Physicians—Dr. A. D. Cloyd and Dr. Ira
W. Porter, Omaha, Nieb. Sovereign Managers—N. B. Maxey, Muskogee,
I. T.. chairman: E. B. Lewis, Kinston, N. C;
E. W. Campbell. Port Huron, Mich.; C. C.
Farmer, Mount Carroll, 111.; T. E. Patterson,
Chattanooga. Tenn.; L. Q. Rawson. Cleveland,
O.; J. E. Fitzgerald, Kansas City, Mo. Headquarters—Omaha, Neb. Membership Sept. 1. 1907, 526.205. Losses paid from organization to Oct. 1, 1906,
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Grand Worthy President—Tlieo. A. Bell. Napa. Ca!
Past Grand Worthy President—Edward Krause, Wilmington. Del.
Grand Worthy Vice-President—B. J. Monaghan, Philadelphia, Pa.
Grand Worthy Chaplain—John A. Clinem, Cleveland. O.
Grand Secretary—Conrad H. Mann, Kansas City,
Grand Treasurer—Frank E. Hering, South Bend,
Grand Worthy Conductor—E. H. McBrlde, Buffalo, N. Y. _ „ ..
Grand Inside Guard—R. L. Armstrong, Fort Worth, Tex
Grand Trustees—Thomas C. Hayes, Newark, N. J.; W McKinnev. Saginaw. Mich.; D. N. Barrett, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Martin J. Gray, New Haven, Conn.
TRIBE OF BEN-1IUR.
E'npreine Chief—D. W. Gerard, Crawfordsville,
Iud. Supreme Scribe—John C. Snyder, Crawfordsville,
Iud. Supreme Keeper of Tribute—S. E. Voris. Supreme Medical Examiner—J. F. Davidson, M. D. Membership Sept. 1, 1907, 95,0o0. Surplus, $925,000. Home Office—Crawfordsville, Ind.
BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS.
Grand Exalted Ruler—John K. Tener, Charleroi,
Pa. Grand Treasurer—Edward Leach, New York. Grand Esteemed Royal Knight—W. T. Leickie.
Dowapiac, Mich. Grand Esteemed Lecturing Knight—Bayard Gray,
Frankfort, Ind. Grand Esteemed Leading Knight—John D. Shea.
Hartford, Conn. Grand Secret a rv—Fred C. Robinson, Dubuque, Iowa. Grand Trustees—Thomas B. Mills, Superior, Wis.;
Thomas F. McNultv. Baltimore, and Mayor
Charles C. Schmidt, Wheeling, W. Va.
ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS
President—Matthew Cummlngs, Boston, Mass.
Vice-President—John E. Reagan, St. Paul, Minn.
Secretary—James C. Carroll, Columbus, O.
Assistant Treasurer—John Quinn, Joliet, 111.
Directors—P. F. Moran, Washington, I). C: Edward T. McChrvstol, New York; Dr. W. J. O'Brien, Pennsylvania; Rev. M. J. Byrne, Indiana; John T. Kelly, Milwaukee.
Next biennial meeting in Indianapolis, Ind., 190S.
INDEPENDENT ORDER FREE SONS OF
Organized in 1849.
Grand Master—M. S. Stern, New York, N. Y.
First Deputy Grand Master—S. Hoffheimer, New York, N. Y.
Second Deputy Grand Master—A. Finkenburg, New York, N. Y.
Third Deputy Grand Master—Adolph Pike, Chicago, 111.
Grand Secretary—Abraham Hafer, New York, N. Y.
Grand Treasurer—L. Franken thaler, New York, N. Y.
Members Executive Committee— Ignatz Lurle,
PATRIOTIC SONS OF AMERICA.
NATIONAL CAMr OFFICERS.
President—W. E. V-iIliant, Laurel, Del.
street. Philadelphia. Pa. Chaplain—Rev. R. E. Rupley, Lock Haven, Pa. Conductor—A. L. Thompson, New Britain, Conn. Inspector—James W. Allison. Washington, D. C. Guard—N. L. Grubh, Grubb's Corner. Del. Medical Examiner In Chief—P. N. K. Schwenk,
M. D.. Philadelphia, Pa.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
GREAT CHIEFS OF THE GREAT COUNCIL OF THE
Great Incohonee—W. A. S. Bird, Topeka, Kas. Great Senior Sagamore—Joseph Farrar, Philadelphia, Pa.
Great Junior Sagamore—George B. Griggs, Houston, Tex.
Great Prophet—John W. Cherry. Norfolk, Va.
Great Chief of Records—Wilson Brooks, 23-4 LaSalle street, Chicago, 111.
Gieat Keeper of Wampum—William Provin, Westheld. Mass.
Number of great councils, 62.
Subordinate tribes and councils, 4,666.
Benefits disbursed since organization, $22,626,720.22.
ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN.
SUPREME LODGE OFFICERS 1906-1908.
Tsist Supreme Master Workman—William M. Colvig. Jacksonville, Ore.
Supreme Master Workman—Will M. Narvis, Muscatine, Iowa.
Supreme Foreman—Joseph A. Eckstein, New Dim, Minn.
Supreme Overseer—John Currier Gallagher, New Haven, Conn.
Supreme Recorder—M. W. Sackett, Meadvllle. Pa.
Supreme Receiver—II. B. Dickinson, Buffalo, N. Y.
Supreme Guide—A. T. Patterson, Montreal, Que.
Supreme Watchman—M. E. Shultz, Beatrice, Neb.
Supreme Medical Examiner—G. A. Asehman, M. D-, Wheeling. W. V«.
Membership Jan. 1, 1907, 234,952.
JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN
National Councilor—H. C. Schaertzer, San Francisco, Cal.
National Vice-Councilor—H. L. W. Taylor, Newport, Tenn.
Junior Past National Councilor—W. L. S. Gllcreast, Methuen, Mass.
National Secretary—Martin M. Woods, 727 Stephen Girard building, Philadelphia. Pa.
National Treasurer—Charles Reimer, Baltimore, Md.
Membership Jan. 1. 1907, 180,000.
Meets in Detroit, Mich., in June, 1909.
NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE.
First temple founded Sept. 26, 1872.
IMPERIAL COUNCIL 1907-1908.
Imperial Potentate—Frank C. Ronndy. Chicago, 111.
Imperial Deputy Potentate—Edwin T. Alderman, Marion, Iowa.
Imperial Chief Rabban—George L. Street, Richmond, Va.
Imperial Assistant Rabban—Fred A. Hines, Los Angeles, Cal.
Imperial High Priest and Prophet—J\ F. Treat, Fargo, N. D.
Imperial Oriental Guide—Wm. J. Cunningham, Baltimore. Md.
Imperial Treasurer—W. S. Brown, Pittsburg, Pa.
Imperial Recorder—B. W. Rowell, Boston, Mass.
Imperial First Ceremonial Master—Wm. W. Irwin, Wheeling, W. Va.
Imperial Second Ceremonial Master—Jacob T. Barron, Columbia, S. C.
Imperial Marshal—Frederick R. Smith, Rochester, N. Y.
Imperial Captain of Guard—J. Putnam Stevens, Portland, Me.
Membership In 1907, 113,274.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Supreme Chief Ranger—Elliott G. Stevenson, Toronto, Ont.
Past Chief Ranger—Victor Morin, B. A., N. P.. Montreal, Que.
Supreme Vice-Chief Ranger—J. D. Clark, Dayton, O.
Supreme Secretary—Robt. Mathlson, Temple building. Toronto, Ont. .
Supreme Treasurer—H. A. Collins, Toronto, Ont.
Supreme Physician—Thomas Millman, M. D., Toronto, Out. , , „,
Supreme Counselor—W. H. Hunter, M. A., Toronto. Ont.
Total number of members. 2o5.000.
Benefits disbursed since organization, $22,500,000.
Supreme Regent—Robert Van Sands. Chicago. 111. Supreme Vice-Regent—Clovis II. Bowen, Pawtuck
SuDreme Orator—P. T. McFaden. Richmond. Va.
Supreme Secretary—Alfred T. Turner, 407 Shawmut avenue, Boston, Mass.
Chairman Supreme Trustees—J. M. Johnson, i,\l Franklin street, Chicago. i
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 councils, 30.
Membership Oct. 1, 1907. 241,46o.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Supreme President-John W. Talbot, South Bend,
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.; r. J. Hewsoil, Chicago. 111.: Elmore S. Pettyjohn. M. D.. Chicago, 111.; D. M. Graham San Francisco Ca!.: P. W. Coleman. Bloomington, 111.; John'.I. Heimberger. Springfield, III.
Home Nest—South Bend, Ind.
Officers Nest 5. Chicago—President, Elmore b. Pettvjobn; vice-president. A. Milo Bennett: secretary. George U. Stevenson. 52. 87 Clark street; treasurer, Charles S. Bigelow.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
President—W. H. Thompson, Mount Vernon, O.
Speaker—C. R. Morrow, Nashville, Tenn.
Secretary—J. W. Myers, National Union building, Toledo. O.
Treasurer—C._0. Everts. Cleveland. O.
General Counsel—George P. Kirby. Toledo. O.
Executive Committee—W. H. Thompson. J. W. Myers, C. O. Evarts, H. E. Evans, C. G. Bentlev. Leo Canman, M. G. Jeffrie.
Total membership, 65.000; in Cook county, Illinois,
MYSTIC WORKERS OF THE WORLD.
Supreme Secretary—Edmund Jackson, Fulton, 111.
.Supreme Banker—Al 1'. Schoch, Ottawa. 111.
Supreme Medical Examiner— G. W. Clendenen,
Fulton, 111. General Attorney—B. F. Lichtenberger, Chicago, 111. 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.
THE KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF THE
Instituted 187S; reorganized 1883.
Past Supreme Commander—D. D. Aitken, Flint,
Mich. Supreme Commander—D. T. Markey, Port Huron,
Mich. Supreme Lieutenant-Commander—M. F. Elkins,
Lexington, Ky. Supreme Record Keeper—L. E. Sissler, Port Huron.
Mich. _ , „ _
Supreme Chaplain—J. II. Buckbec. Elkland, Pa. Supreme Sergeant—Geo. W. Miller. Chicago, 111. Supreme Master at Arms—C. K. Haw, Kansas
Citv. Kas. „ „,
Supreme First Master of the Guards—C. C. Sho
walter, Partaershurg. 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,
Medical Board—Drs. R. E. Moss. F. Edmister and
A J. Irwin. Port Huron. Mich.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
President—F. F. Roose. Denver, Col.
Secretary—Samuel S. Baty, Denver. Col.
Treasurer—Willis II. Marshall, Denver, Col.
Protector—George A. Ostrom, Portland, Ore.
Guide—R. II. Rice, Oklahoma City, O. T.
Guard—W. F. Hearne, Mangum, O. T.
Sentinel—Miss Dora Mc^arten, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Stewards—P. J. Mclntyre, Denver: Oscar Floyd, Birmingham, Ala.; R. E. Coulehan, Boulder, Col.: S. I'. Rice. Dallas. Tex., and R. E. McKielvey, Omaha, Neb.
NATIONAL FRATERNAL CONGRESS.
President—A. L. Hereford, Springfield. 111.
Secretary—C. A. Gower. Lansing, Mich.
Orders that are members of the National Fraternal congress, with names and addresses of the
Alliance National—L. J. D. Papineau, 7 Place d'Amies, Montreal, Canada.
American Guild—Carl W. Kimpton, 737 E. Main street. Richmond, Va. ■
American Insurance Union—George W. Hoaglan, Columbus, O.
Ancient Order of Gleaners—G. H. Slocum, Caro, Mich.
Artisans' Order Mutual Protection—William Patton, 204 Odd Fellows' building, Philadelphia, Pa. Ancient Order United Workmen—M. W. Sackett,
Meadvllle. Pa. Catholic Benevolent Legion—John D. Carroll, 367
Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Catholic Knights of America—Anthony Natre, Mercantile building, St. Louis, Mo. Catholic Knights and Ladies of America—Henry
F, Hayes, suite 1312 Ashland block. Chicago, ill. Catholic Mutual Benefit Association—Joseph Cameron, Hornellsville, N. Y. Catholic Order Foresters—Thomas F. McDonald,
1228 StoCk Exchange building. Chicago, 111. Catholic Belief and Beneficiary Association—Thos.
H. O'Neill, 116 Genesee street. Auburn, N. Y. Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion—Mrs. Sarah
E. Skelly. 153 E. 44th street, New York city. Court of Honor—W. E. Robinson, Springfield, 111. Degree of Honor—Mrs. E. E. Allburn, 316 United
Bank building, Sioux City, Iowa. Fraternal Aid Association—T. J. Edmonds, Lawrence, Kas. Fraternal Brotherhood—H. V. Davis, 845 Figueroa
street, Los Angeles, Cal. Fraternal Mystic Circle—J. D. Myers, 1913 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Fraternal Union of America—Samuel S. Baty, F.
U. of A. building, Denver. Col. Improved Order of Heptasophs—Samuel H. Tatter
sall. Preston and Cathedral streets. Baltimore,
Md. Independent Order of Foresters—Robert Mathison,
Toronto, Ont. Knights of Columbus—Daniel Colwell, New Haven,
Conn. Knights of Honor—Noah M. Glvan, 816 Olive
street, St. Louis, Mo. Knights of Pythias (insurance department)—U. E.
Spaulding, Manhattan building. Chicago, 111. Knights and Ladles of Security—J. M. Wallace, To
peka, Kas. Knights of the Maccabees of the World—L. E. Sis
ler, Port Huron, Mich. Knights of the Modern Maccabees—A. M. Slay,
Port Huron. Mich. L. C. B. A.—Mrs. A. Royer, 1115 Walnut street,
Erie, Pa. Ladies of the Maccabees of the World—Miss Bina
M. West, Port Huron. Mich. Ladies of the Modern Maccabees—Emma E. Bower,
Port Huron, Mich. Legion of the Bed Cross—John B. Treibler, Jr.,
HoIIIns street, Baltimore, Md. Loyal Americans—H. D. Cowan. Springfield, 111. Loyal Association—Frank S. Pettier, 76 Montgomery
street, Jersey City, N. J. Loyal Guard—F. H. Rankin, Flint, Mich. Modern Woodmen of America—C. W. Hawes, Rock
Island, 111. Modern Samaritans—W. A. Hickcn. Duluth, Minn. National Union—J. W. Myers, National Union
building, Toledo, O. New England Order of Protection—D. M. Frye,
Ashburton place, Boston, Mass. Order of Pendo—George E. Terry, Lankershiin
building. Los Angeles, Cal. • Order of Columbian Knights—Edwin D. Peifer, 704
Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. Order of Scottish Clans—Peter Kerr, 134 Sumner
street. Boston, Mass. Protected Home Circle—W. S. Palmer, Sharon. Pa. Prudent Patricians of Pompeii—David S win ton,
Saginaw, Mich. Royal Arcanum—Alfred T. Turner, 408 Shawmut
avenue, Boston, Mass. Royal League— Charles E. Piper, 1601 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. Roval Neighbors of America—Mrs. Winnie Fieldier,
529 Woolner building, Peoria. 111. Royal Highlanders— F. J. Sharp, Aurora. Neb. Shield of Honor—W. T. Henry, Knickerbocker
building. Baltimore, Md. S. L. Order Mutual Protection—G. Del Vecchlo,
1121 National Life building. Chicago. 111. Supreme Tribe Ben-Hur—John C. Snyder, Craw
fordsvllle, Ind. Union Fraternal League—James F. Reynolds, Brown
building, Dewey square, Boston, Mass. United Order of the Golden Cross—W. R. Cooper,
United Order Pilgrim Fathers—Nathan Crary, Lawrence, Mass.
Vesta Circle—Frank H. Knapp, 1619 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111.
Women of Woodcraft—J. L. Wright, Portland. Ore.
Woodmen of the World (sovereign camp)—John T. Yates, 211 Shelby block, Omaha. Neb.
Woodmen of the World (Pacific jurisdiction)—I. I. Boak, box 1706, Denver, Col.
Woodmen Circle—Mrs. Anna McDonagh, Omaha, Neb.
FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS.
The name of each society is followed by that of
its managing executive officer—the secretary unless
otherwise specified. * Indicates membership in the
Associated Fraternities of America and t indicates
membership in the National Fraternal congress. C. H. Robinson, Holtzraan building, Washington.
D. C, is the secretary-treasurer of the Associated
fAmerican Benefit Society—B. L. Colpitts, 2 Park square, Boston, Mass.
•American Benevolent Association—Dr. E. J. Norris, Missouri Trust block, St. Louis, Mo.
American Buffaloes—G. W. Sherman, Lansinc. Mich.
tAmerican Insurance Union—Dr. G. W. Hoaglan, Outlook building, Columbus, O.
♦American Life and Annuity Society—J. J. Fletcher, 501 Ferguson block. Pittsburg, Pa.
American Order of Protection—J. A. Patton, F. & M. building, Lincoln, Neb.
American Stars of Equity—A. M. Smith, Wilcoxen building, Freeport, 111.
tAncient Order of Gleaners—G. H. Slocum, Caro, Mich.
Ancient Order of Shepherds—W. T. Newman, 59 Washington street. Chicago, 111.
tAncient Order of United Workmen—M. W. Sackett, Meadville, Pa.
Arch;ean Union—W. A. Schwartz, Rockford 111.
fArtisans Order of Mutual Protection—W. Patton. Odd Fellows' building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Association Canado-AmeriCitine—Calixte Mortn, 1008 Elm street, Manchester, N. H.
Bankers' Union of the World—E. C. Spinney, president, I'axton block, Omaha, Neb.
•Beavers' Reserve Fund Fraternity—Ben E. Walt, Stoughton, Wis.
B'nal B'rith, Independent Order , 50
Clark street, Chicago, III.
•Brotherhood of American Yeomen—W. E. Davy, Des Moines, Iowa.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen—W. D. Carter. Peoria, 111.
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen—A. E. King, Cleveland. O.
Brotherhood of the Union—H. B. Walter, 2147 York street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Canadian Order of Chosen Friends—W.- F. Montague, Hamilton, Ont.
Canadian Order of Foresters—George Faulkner, Brantford. Ont.
Catholic Knights and Ladies of America ,
1312 Ashland block. Chicago, 111.
Catholic Knights of Ohio—C. J. Anthony. 815 Rose building, Columbus, O.
tCatholic Mutual Benefit Association—Joseph Cameron, Hornellsville, N. Y.
tCatholic Order of Foresters—T. F. McDonald, Stock Exchange building. Chicago, 111.
tCatholic Relief and Beneficiary Association—Mary G. Connelly, Auburn, N. Y.
•Catholic Women's Benevolent Legion—Miss Annie O'Connor. 153 East 44th street. New York, N. Y.
Christian Burden Bearers' Association—L. N. Olmstead, Manchester, N. H.
Columbian Woodmen—J. B. Frost, president, 120 Peachtree street, Atlanta. Ga.
tCourt of Honor—A. L. Hereford, president, Springfield, 111.
♦Daughters of Columbia—N. J. Hein, 704 Masonic Temple, Chicago. 111.
•Defenders, The—Felix A. Kremer, president, Madison. Wis.
•Earnest Americans—John A. Jones, manager, Bradford, Pa.
•Eastern Star Benefit Fund—Miss M. E. Crowe, 39 Elizabeth street, west, Detroit.