Collars trimmed with gilt fringe; aprons trimmed with gilt
Officers'1 Collars, Etc.—Officers' collars trimmed with ig-inch braid
around the edge of collar; fringe. Aprons trimmed with 1-4-inch gold
braid and fringe.
Excellent Master.—Collar trimmed with gold braid and gold fringe;
three stars on each side of collar. Apron trimmed with J^-inch braid
Excellent Junior Master.—The same as Excellent Master, with two
stars on each side of collar. The insignia of each officer is attached
to left side of collar.
Past Masters' regalia trimmed the same as Masters', with an en¬
graved plate with letters P. M. on the left side of collar; gold plated.
Representative to State Grand Lodge.—Collar trimmed with ,V£ -inch
braid; on the right side of collar the three letters P M. C.; on the
left side a wreath, inclosing the number of the Lodge represented.
Representative to National Grand Lodge.—The same as above, ex¬
cept that on the left side of collar a Avreath inclosing the letters or
initials of the State represented.
Nine Things Brothers Will Not Be Sorry For.
1. For hearing before judging.
2. For thinking before speaking.
3. For holding an angry tongue.
4. For stopping the ear of a tattler.
5. For being kind to the distressed.
6. For giving alms to the poor.
7. For being patient with all.
8. For asking pardon for wrong.
9. For speaking evil of no man.
Charge to candidates for First Degree—Read Daniel iv., 1 to 27
Charge to candidates for Second Degree—Read Psalm cxxii., 1 to
9, and Exodus iii.
Charge to candidates for Third Degree—Read John xi., com¬
mencing at the 23d verse to 44th, inclusive.