Naturally the high character of the membership is making itself feltmonth by month in the contents of The Builder, whose leadingarticles provoke a wide response both in the Society as well as inthe Masonic press of the country. This response finds expression inthe correspondence column of The Builder, which increases ininterest and value with each issue, and also in answer andcomment direct from individual members. Because of thedirectness, vitality and farreaching interest of this response, theeditor has taxed the limits of space devoted to it, often withholdingnew articles to make room for letters of reply or elaboration notinfrequently as instructive as the original article. Fortunately thisdemand has been met in part by the Correspondence CircleBulletin, edited by Brother Clegg, which is now an added andinvaluable monthly feature. The Board of Stewards is in entiresympathy with the Study-Club movement, and wishes to make allpossible provision to facilitate its growth and advancement. All of which shows a very real and vital interest in the study of Masonry, and the development of our work so far reveals the widerange of Masonic activities--as a glance at the Index of the first two volumes of The Builder will make plain. We have, then, a trinity of working tools. First, we have fourteen thousand leading Masons who are reading The Builder, and the number is rapidly growing.Second, we have a hearty response from our members not only inappreciation, but in comment, criticism, and practical suggestionlooking to the application of Masonic study to everyday life. Third, we have a list of contributors of serious articles which embraces thenames of many of the finest Masonic students at home and abroad.