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Terre Haute Ind. Sunday Nov 12th 1882
The Lodge met in regular session with Worthy Master Fox in the chair.
The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved.
Proposition for Membership
The following propositions for membership were read:
Wm McCutcheon recommended by Rob. Ebbage R. H. Nicholson " " Rob. Ebbage James OBrien " " E. V. Debs Wm M. Riggs " " E. V. Debs Wm P. Shannon " " E. V. Debs
The foregoing propositions were referred to a Committee consisting of Brothers Chas. Scott, Robert Ebbage and James Smith for investigation.
Reports of Officers
The Financier submitted his quarterly report of receipts and disbursements for the quarter ending October 31 st 1882, showing a balance on hand of $237. 60
The report was endorsed by the three Trustees and was appointed by a unanimous vote of the Lodge.
O. E. Fox and James Smith preferred charges against F. H. Mullen for having been drunk on the 4 th day of November
The charges were referred to a Committee consisting of Brothers Ebbage, Van Cleve, Wm E. Davis, J. F. O'Reilly and Chas. Scott for investigation.
The Committee to whom had been referred the charges against Brother Harry Baugh for having been drunk reported having tried the case and the charges were sustained.
The Committee recommended that suspension of the accused for the space of sixty days from date.
The report was concurred in and the Committee discharged.
The Committee to whom had been referred the matter of securing a new hall reported that the new hall of the G. A. R. on the Cor. of 6th and Ohio streets could be secured the 2d and 4th Sundays of each month for $25.00 per year.
On motion the Trustees were directed to make arrangements to secure the said hall.
Admission of Candidates
Wm D. Naylor was admitted to full membership in the Order.
The meeting then adjourned.
Close of the regular meeting Sunday Nov.12/82