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Bulletin #23

Title reads: "To All Geni, King and Major Kleagles, Kleagles, Imperial Representatives, and Citizens of the Invisible Empire". Reminder that all bulletins must be reading all Klaverns, announces that Imperial klonsel Homer B. Heely is now permanently located at the Headquarters Offices, warns C. Elliott and J.H. Hawkins have partnered to "force this organization to them back into our fold", but that this won't be done. Mentions that Hawkins is a man banished in June 1924 for incompetency, disloyalty, failure to account for funds, and treachery. Hawkins then went to start a new organization but failed. Explains also the Elliott was banished in 1926, and also tried to start another organization but failed as well. Otherwise, mentions that the Imperial Klaliff visited New Brunswick and is helping the cause there. Details also Standing committees, such as for publicity, schools, teachers, municipal or civic, provincial, national, religions activities, social welfare, entertainment, visiting committees, patriotic lit, Law enforcement, school text books, education and training in KlanKraft, program, and harbership. Finally, reminds that the Klan is not a lodge, but a "racial, Protestant movement".

Bulletin #24

Title reads: "To All Geni, King and Major Kleagles, Kleagles, Imperial Representatives, and Citizens of the Invisible Empire". First, that sending reports of Imperial Tax should include old Imperial number; Two that official representative of the Imperial Kloncilium in the community is the Kleagle, and so he is in charge of all mobilization work, and members are expected to cooperate; Three, weekly reports and the importance of hiding them in on time; Four, that now that spring is here, there will be several "big open air naturalization ceremonies", on in Western Ontario in Huron County on May 23, one near Kingston around same time, one in Simcoe County at Barrie. All are invited; Five, that the "military machinery of the County Klan is under the direction of the Klaliff (as Colonel)", that proper records are to be kept, and that each Klaliff should be familiar with the law governing this phase of the work. Also that "the ladies do not use this phase but get results of work from Klansmen"; Six, to read bulletin #23 about outlined work on committees; Seven, reminder that they are not a lodge, but a world movement; Eight, to have faith in the "native goodness of our race", the "Christian charity and faith"; and Nine, that all klans purchase the official Kligrapp and Klabee books, binders, and fillers as soon as possible. Signed C. Lewis Fowler, Imperial Kligrapp.

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