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THE ADVOOATEi THE NATIONAL COUNCIL.) (Continued from ninth page.) circulating medium, was read and re ferred to the committee on demands. A resolution from the Florida State Alliance on distribution of tracts and re form literature was read and referred to committee on literature. A resolution by Brother Moore, of Col orado, demanding that all memeberof the Alliance support the demands, was read and referred to the committee on constitution. AFTERNOON SESSION. The convention was called to order at 2:30, President Polk in the chair, opened In due form. Brother Hind, of Florida, the special committee of one appointed to confer with the Young Men's Christian Assocla tioo, reported that he had arranged to have them visit this body at 4 p. m., and requested that a special order be set aside to receive them at that time, which was done. A resolution by Brother Livingston, that the publio meetings advertised by this body be displaced, excepting the one for this evening, and we adjourn at 1 p. m. to-morrow evening, was adopted. On motion of Brother Tage, of Vir ginia, the courtesies of the body were extended to the president of the National Colored Farmers' Alliance, and he was Invited to adders the body for fifteen minutes. The following communication from this body to the National Citizens' Alli ance was authorized: Indunai-oi is, Ind., Nor. 20, 1891. T. W. OUruth, Praddent of the National CUUkih Indwtrial A lliance: Dbab Sib and Bhotheb: The Supreme Council of the Farmers' Alliance and In dustrial Union now in session in this city send fraternal greetings to the National Citizens' Industrial Alliance, its officials and members, now in session at Indianapo lis, and wish them good speed in the fullest measure of success. As brothers in a com- mon cause we greet you. L. L. Polk, President. A resolution by Brother Lowe, of South Dakota, was read and referred to the oommittee on good of the order. A resolution by Brother Butler, of North Carolina, respectfully requesting ill Alliance brethren to withdraw their support from the papers that misrepre sent our alms or continue to send out false reports, was adopted. A resolution by Brother Itork, of Ore gon, that we will vote for no man for office who will not stand on the Ocala platform, was referred to committee on demands. The report of committee on constitu tion was presented: Mr. President. The oommittee on con stitution and by laws beg leave to report: That artiole 4, seotion 2, be amended by adding the word "elective" to precede the word officers so as to read: "The Supreme Council shall be composed of the elective officers," etc. We recommend that artiole 4, seotion 3, be amended by adding the word "lecturer" at the end of the section. The report of the committee on consti tution was temporarily suspended and a resolution adopted on a co-operative de gree In insurance. The vote on the adoption of this reso lution stood 81 in favor and 37 against. The following states wished to be placed on record as voting against the motion: Illinois, Florida, Iowa and Tennessee. Mississippi, Alabama and New Jersey each cast one vote against It. On adoption of the report the vote on division stood 43 to 33 In favor of adopt ing. A communication from the committee of Knights of Labor.waajread. Brothers'Allea and Southworth were appointed a committee to' wait on these gentlemen. On motion Mr. Wright was allowed five minutes before this body at such time as may be agreeable. The hour for special order having arrived, the committee from the Young Men's Christian Association was ad mitted. Addresses were made and they retired. The committee on constitution then continued its report. Resolved, That the eligibility law of our Order be amended as to admit mechanics of incorporated towns. Butler, of North Carolina, moved that the resolution above be referred to the committee and that they report that they indorse the idea of the resolution, setting forth the reasons why we can not adopt it, and that the resolution and report of the committee be shown in minutes. Carried. We commend that artiole 8, section 2, be stricken from the constitution. Adopted. We recommend that article 2, section 1, be changed by striking out all of that sec tion after the word "charges" and add the following: "or by recommendation of the committee on constitution and by-laws and adopted by two-thirds majority." Adopted. We recommend that artiole 7, section 2, be amended by adding after the word mate," second line, the following: "pro vided that any state may pay the per capita tax on the female members and have repre sentation for Bame in supreme council." Adopted. We recommend the following changes in statutory law: No. 2, line 4, after the word "male," by adding "or female as the cnse may be." Adopted. No. 3, amended by adding after the word "ballot" the following, "and shall not be varied by sunpension of rules or otherwise, so as to interfere with individual ballot." Adopted. We recommend the following to be added to No. 12, statutory law. "And no money shall be paid out by the secretary-treasury unless audited by chairman of executive board, and approved by the president." Adopted. We recommend that No. 22 be amended by striking after the words "shall be" all down to "and five dollars per day and actual expenses while traveling." Adopted. We recommend that Nos. 25, 27, 29, with paragraphs 2, 3, 4 and 5, and No. 31 be stricken out. Adopted. We recommend number 28 be changed by striking out all after the word "Novem ber" vnd add the following: "and returns by state secretaries shall be based upon the returns of quarter ending June 30, of each year from the county secretaries." The report was then adopted as a whole. A resolution by Brother Kogers, bear ing on the cotton question, was referred to the special committee appointed on cotton crop. The special order for 9:30 was set aside for the hearing of the re port of business agents to-morrow morn ing. (iKiDtinuea next ween.) Talents. Iligdon & Iligdon, solicitors of patents and counselors in patent cases, 55 and 50 Ilall building, northwest corner of Ninth and Walnut streets', Kansas City, Missouri, (telephone 1,012) also 86 Le Droit building, Washington, D. C. Keep first-class draftsman in office. All worfc approved by Inventor before It leaves for the patent office or money refunded. Call or send for book of instructions free of charge. Please mention this paper. 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