An eminent Masonic scholar has declared that no man has any right to claim to be a Freemason unless he has endeavored to put into practice some of the teachings of the Fraternity. “It is not necessary,” he asserted, “to go up to the lodge room to practice Masonry.” “The place to practice Masonry is in the busy marts of the world where men meet each other in their daily affairs and where human kindness and helpfulness and honesty are so needed.” (copied from Helena Masonic News)