REPORT ON SUSPENSIONS, EXPULSIONS, AND APPEALS.
To the M. W. Grand Lodge of Alabama:
1st. Appeal of Wm. J. Ware from the decision of Dallas Lodge No. 228, which action indefinitely suspended Brother Ware under the charges and specifications which are .herein stated, viz: charges, nnmasonic conduct; specification first—in that the said Wm. J. Ware, on the 16th day of July, 1870, in the court-room at Chulafinnee, in the couuty of Cleburue, did swear falsely to au item of twenty-five cents in proving an account, in violation of his duty as a mason, and to the scandal and disgrace of the masonic fraternity. In the opinion of your committee this case is not fully made out We think Brother Ware rather hardly dealt with, and recommend that W. J. Ware be restored to the rights and benefits of masonry by this Grand Lodge.
Farrar No. 8.–James M. Ware.
Tallapooha No. 126.—…John G. Ware.
Union No. 50.–…Thomas T. Ware.