Members of the Insurance Patrol, of Kansas City, have lately had the pleasure of receiving a high testimonial for their efficiency and gentlemanly conduct from the underwriting fraternity of that city and the surrounding field of insurance men. At headquarters, 706 Wyandotte street, there was a large unocupied room about 20×25 feet in dimensions which the insurance people furnished elegantly at their expense as a reading room, library and billiard room, thereby making it possible for the members of the Insurance Patrol to receive a large amount of knowledge, and a great many hours of pleasant recreation. The library will be from time to time enlarged. The furniture consists of a handsome antique oak book case, large reading table, hat-rack and settee combined with beveled mirror, one dozen antique oak cane seated chairs, large folding desk, and a handsome antique oak office chair, and one of the Brunswick-Balke Monarch billiard tables, set of ivory balls, handsome cue rack, a full set of cues and pin pool complete, a fine selection of rugs for the floor, also window shades and lace curtains for all windows. ‘1’lie walls also were handsomely painted and several very nice pictures adorn the same. Members of the Kansas City Insurance Patrol are very thankful and highly appreciate the general consideration shown by the underwriters. This example should be copied throughout the United States.