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Bulletin No. 43

Explaining the need to increase membership and "develop a nobler manhood". Mentions also that they have received "public recognition from the K.K.K. of U.S.A., which Grand Dragon G.E. Carr stated: "Our doors in the U.S. are open to Canadian Klansmen who operate their own Klans as Canadian organizations. our doors are closed to any group that follow banished Americans who are over here. The U.S. Klan does not know how to operate in Canada, doesn't want to operate in Canada, and isn't going to. And the U.S. klan doesn't want Canadians to have banished American Klansmen operate their klans for them". Goes on to update the Fowler is out of Canada for good, and that there is talks between the K.K.K. of K. and the Canadian Knights of the K.K.K. to amalgamate. Explains further that a "nobler manhood" is developed by "cultivating the ideals that build for higher things. Klankraft is essential to the real Canadian gentlemen to-day, and to this and worth0while activities should be undertaken. At this period it has become easier to obtain intoxicating liquors, and we wish to emphatically state from Imperial headquarters that no intoxicating drinks shall be permitted within our Klaverns, or on our Open Air Fields where Demonstrations are held". Emphasizes also the need to show one's Imperial Pass Card to prove he is a Klansman when gaining admittance. Signed J.S. Lord, Imperial Kligrapp, and George Marshall, Imperial Wizard.

Funeral Ceremony for All Departed Klansmen and Klanswomen

Titled "Funeral Ceremony for All Departed Klansmen and Klanswomen". Reads First, all those who participate in the ceremony must be robed; Two, those in the procession must make and hold the sign of "Klan Loyalty", or the sign of the Quadrate, which is also the sign of Klannishness; Three, they must march in single file to the grave, whereby t he Exalted Cyclops will end and carry the mounted flag, followed by the Kludd carrying a Bible opened at Romans 12th Chapter, followed by the Klaliff holding the Fiery Cross, followed by the Klonkard carrying an unsheathed sword, which he carries in "perpendicular salute, point upward, and directly in front of him"; Four, the procession will march slowly around the grave twice, stopping so the Kludd is directly at head of the grave, and the presiding Kludd, or Minister, will direct time of lowering casket or filling grave; Five, stand quietly and hold sign of Klan Loyalty with heads bowed, where the Kludd will read Romans 12, 1-8, and all will say "Non Silba Sed Anthar" at the end; Six, in a "slow solemn voice", will recite "God give us men", then the Cyclops will say in a "slow deep voice", "Faithful Klansmen and Klanswomen, just such a man has gone from us to join the Invisible Host beyond ... God be praised for him"; Seven, sing "Nearer my God to Thee"; Eight, the Kludd will lead in prayer and conclude with Amen; Nine, led by the Kludd, the Quadrate will face the flag and salute and will "make sign of Fiery Cross as they face it", then return back to the grave and raise their left hand to salute to the grave, saying in unison "Farewell, brother Klansmen, rest in peace until the resurrection morning"; Ten, Led by the Kludd, then the E.C., Klaliff, and Klokard, they will step to grave and put a "red flower" down, "symbolic of sacrifice", and all others will do the same and place "white flowers", "symbolic of purity", then all bow and make a sign of Quadrate for a moment of silence; Eleven, setting the flag fat the very edge of grave corner, and the Fiery Cross at the other edge, the Kludd will raise his left hand over the grace and say "And now may the God of all grace, who brought forth from the tomb our Lord Jesus Christ, who is the resurrection and the Life, be, and abide with you all, now and forever more, Amen"; Twelve, after the Amen, the E.C. will lead the procession from the grace in same manner he led them to the grave. Notes at the end that all robing and disrobing "must be done out of sight of all spectators".

Invisible Empire: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Kanada correspondence

Addressed to a Mr. W.H. Hutchison in Oshawa, ON. Addresses Hutchinson as "Klansman Hutchinson". Inquiring after receipts covering three men's dues. A meeting was prevented last Monday night due to weather, but writer is assured of their progress: "I am sure you are building a real Klan in Oshawa". Signed "faithfully yours in the Sacred Unfailing Bond, JH Hawkins, Imperial Klaliff and Chief of Staff".

Letter addressed to a Mr. O. Elliott

Addressed to a Mr. O. Elliott in Toronto, ON. "By direction of the Elated Cyclops of Klan No. 4 as the result of a motion carried at a recent meeting of this Klan I am writing you to request that if possible you arrange for a conference between Dr. Fowler, yourself and a delagation of three or four which will be pleased to wait upon you some afternoon at your earliest convenience for the purposes of going into matters affecting the future welfare of our local Klan". Goes on to as they would like to meet in their offices in Toronto prior to November 16. "There are matters that are troubling the membership at this point and it is for this reason that we desire to inform ourselves of the true condition of affairs before being put in the position of answering questions that we are not prepared to answer with any degree of accuracy". Requesting to put a list of members of this Klan together with their street addresses or box number and forward this. Signed "Yours in the Sacred Unfailing Bond", no signature.

International Correspondence Schools Lexicon: English-French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Lexicon: English-French". First Edition, Scranton, PA, from the International Textbook Company. The number 322 is on the bottom. Inside the book is an actual lexicon, translating from English abbreviations and words into French.

International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French

Cover reads "International Correspondence Schools Instruction Paper: French", Part 13, from the International Textbook Company in Scranton, PA. The number 318 M is on the bottom. Inside the booklet are "lessons" for practicing French phrases and sentences. In the back are recommended supplies for students for learning more.

Ripped letter paper.

Two pieces of paper ripped in half, missing bottom halves. Reads: "…2nd inst, and am very much pleased to know that you have been successful in getting a position. I do not anticipate any worry on your part over finding employment in this country and it would be cause of satisfaction to every Canadian if everyone coming to us from the British Isles landed a position with as little difficulty as you have done. I shall be glad to see you if you should visit our city at anytime and I assume you my best wishes go with you for a successful career in Canada..." Rest is cut off. Unsigned.

Correspondence from Department of Lands and Forests

From a "W.C. Cain", Deputy Minister, Department of Lands and Forests, Toronto ON, "File no. D.R. 524480". In reply of Hutchison's letter to inform him that "boat house requested is on either part lot 24 or 25 Concession VII Township of Pittsburgh ON". Continues to read: "I should judge, and if you would arrange to furnish me with a tracing no doubt the exact location could be marked there..."

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