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The Argus is in reoeipt of the follow ing communication from Mrs. Kate B. Joslyn, of Muskegon, graud ehief oi the Grand Lodge Deoree of Honor, A. O. U. W., of Michigan: "Muskegon, Mich., June 1, 1896. "Editor Argus, Ann Arbor, Mich.: "Dear Sir - I clip the following from your issne of May 2í)th, and same is erroneous as to number of deaths, which as giveu places our death rate in a very unenviable light, reapectfully request a correction : " 'Statistics subinitted at the recent meering of the grand lodge of the Degree of Houor, the ladies' auxiliary of the A. O. U. W., show that although the order has not been long organized in Michigan, is has had a phenomenal growth. The membership in 1894 was 2,735 and in 1895 it had increased to 5,138. There were 12 deaths last year and $8,565.00 was paid out in death benefits. Mrs. John Baumgardner was the delégate to the meeting 'rom the local lodge. ' "The fact is the order is now on its fifth year in Michigan, and the total uumber of deaths have been 12, not 12 in '95, as your article states. Please correct in justice to the D. of H., and oblige : "Yonrs resDectfully,


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