PYTHIANS HOLD REMARKABLE SESSION
By L. D. Williams.
(Special to the Louisville Leader)
Glasgow, Ky., July 28.--The 28th annual session of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, which closed here today, will go down in fraternal annals as one of the most remarkable in the history of this progressive order. Probably for the first time all business was fully transacted Thursday afternoon. There was never a harsh word uttered by one brother against another; it was an untrammeled and unbossed convention throughout its deliberations, and Grand Chancellor J. M. Mundy richly deserves and is receiving the highest commendation for his achievements, the achievement of his loyal co-workers and the devotion that the members of the order thru-out the Kentucky jurisdiction displayed during the past year.
The big issue with Pythians, as all persons well know, is the famous Pythian Temple in Louisville. Amid doubts and misgivings, that temple was erected several years ago, at a
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