Readers of The Register will remember that about four weeks ago we made mention of the death of William O. Tubbs, of Delhi Mills. Mr. Tubbs had, some years ago, hecomc a member of the Maccabees. Iu this organization he held an insurance policy for $2,000 in favor of his father, Samuel O. Tubbs. About two weeks after the death of William, proof of his decease was filed with the proper official of the Tent at Delhi. In just eleven days f rom the day the proof of death was mailed to the headquarters of the order at Port Hurón a draft for $2,000 in favor of the benefioiary, Samuel O. Tubbs, was rft eeived by Mr. Frank Öoodaiê, of Delhi, the record keeper, of the Tent at tiiat place. This is certainly a very good record. We do not recall every hearing of any of the other fraternal orders showiug such promptness in their business methods. The entirs amount paid into the Delhi lodge by young Mr. Tubbs before his death was just $43.
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