His mother almost certainly will have the death benefit by then, thanks to a charity, if not the government.
The death benefit in the Carpenters' union was graded in such a way as to offer an additional incentive to retain membership.
In the Cigar Makers the cost of the death benefit is increasing.
These dues assure to her, while she remains in the store's employ, a weekly benefit in case of illness, and a death benefit.
The mutual insurance association instituted by the first convention paid a disability benefit equal to the death benefit.
The combination of the wife's funeral benefit with the death benefit causes a material addition in the cost of the death benefit.
In January, 1879, the Iron Molders provided for the payment of a death benefit for all members of the craft.
These sums have continued for a year, and in case of death, a death benefit has been paid from this fund.
Only a few unions make good physical condition a requisite for admission to the death benefit.
The greater number of the death benefit systems found in American trade unions are of this general character.