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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 3. IS 91.
NEWS OF THE LODGES.
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The following Masonic bodies meet upon the
evenings of the ensuing week:
" Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple
Benjamin B. French No. 15, Monday, 4th;
PentalphaNo.23, Monday, 4th; National No.
12,Tncsday, 5th; Washington Centennial No.
14, "Wednesday, Gth; La Payette No. 19, Thurs-
day, 7th; St, John's No. 11, Friday, Sth; Hope
No. 20, Friday, Sth.
A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, Gth; Blue
room: Columbia No. 3, "Wednesday, Gth.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. u,
Masonic Hall. Unlontown Anacostla No.
21, Monday, 4th.
noyul Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple
La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 5th; Columbia
No. 1, Wednesday, 6th; Eurclca No. 4. Fri
Masonic Hall, Pennsylvania avenue and
Nineteenth street Mount Iloreb No. 7, Thurs
Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masonic
Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3, Wednes
Ancient and Accepted Scottish l!ile Sanctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion, Tuesday, 5th.
Hope Lodge No. 20 will confer the 3d degree
Columbia Lodge No. 3 -will confer tbc 1st
degree Wednesday evening.
Mount Horcb Chapter No. 7 will confer the
Mark degree Thursday evening.
Mount Horeb Chapter No. 7 will trausact
routine business Thursday evening.
Eureka Chapter No. 4 will confer the Past
and Most Excellent Friday evening.
Potomac Coinmandery No. 3 will trausact
routine business Wednesday evening.
Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14 will
confer the 3d degree Wednesday evening.
Columbia Chapter No. 1 will confer the
Royal Arch on two team6 Wednesday even
ing. St. John's Lodge No. 11 will confer the 3d
degrce Friday evening. A special will be
called next week for the 1st and 2d degrees.
A delightful breeze always blowing at Dcr
wood Park. William F. Thomas, Twelfth
and G streets.
The board of trustees of the Scottish Kite
Sanctuary have recently fitted up the officc
rooms of the building with new desks and have
arranged a much better system of lighting,
which renders the rooms much more comfort
able and attractive.
Free from dust and heat is Derwood Park.
William F. Thomas, Twelfth and G streets.
The five hundredth convocation of La Fay
ette Chapter No. 5 will be held Tuesday even
ing, on which occasion the grand capitular
officers will confer the Royal Arch degree.
The convocation will be extremely interesting
and will attract a large attendance.
High, healthy, and beautiful is Derwood
Park. William F. Thomas, Twelfth and G
The commanderies will observe Ascension
Hay, May 7, by attending divine service at the
'Ascension Church, corner Twelfth street and
.uassacnuscus avenue, wuere evening service
will be read, followed by a sermon by tho Rev.
John H. Elliott, rector of the parish.
The cards announcing the semi-annual com
munication of the Grand Lodge, Wednesday,
May 13, have been Issued by the Grand Secre
tary, W. R. Singleton, to the constituent
lodges. Only business will be transacted, as
the usual exemplification of degrees was per
formed at a special communication held re
cently. Some very important measures will,
however, come up for consideration, and the
communication will undoubtedly call out a
very large attendance. It is extremely grati
fying to the Grand Master to have all of the
delegates present at the hour of meeting, G
o'clock- P. M.
The local Shriners arc arranging for a big
time on May (5, when a delegation of these
migratory desert trampers will proceed to Phil
adelphia by special invitation from Lulu Tem
ple, f that city, who are going to confer the
order upon tho evening in question. The
Shriners will charter a vestibuled palace car,
and expect to go over In style, leaving hero in
the aftrrnoon and returning the next day. A
large delegation Is already assured, and before
the event comes off will be increased at least
one-half, as the average Shriner thinks nothing
of atiipof a couple of hundred miles when
there i "work" at tho end of it. William
Jame& layers and Edward Medlll Mix have sig
nified their iutentiou of going, and their genial
presence insures the success of the trip from a
Spend your summer at Derwood Park.
William F. Thomas, Twelfth and G streets.
The recent entertainment given by Stansbury
Lodge No. 24 was a great success and ex
tremely gratifying in its results to tho lodgo.
An attractive programme of more than unusual
merit occupied the first part of tho evening,
alter which the fioor was cleared for dancing,
-moug uiobcwjiq participated were tho fol
Mablo Chambers; instrumental duet, Messrs,
Maskel and Gross; baritone solo, Signot
Mariano Malna; Irish jubilee, Howard r,
Youngs; baujo duet, Messrs. Burke and do
GralTonrcid, and a Hag drill by a number of
young ladies. Miss Sauter's reading of tho
"Chariot Race" from "Hon Hur" was the gem
of the performance autl was very dramatically
and artistically rendered.
A 6mall farm for $300 at Derwood l'uik.
William F. Thomas, Twelfth and U street,.
Un Friday evening Columbia Comrauudury
No, 2 conferred the Red Cross on a largo class
uf candidates. Columbia Coinmandery Is
growing and everybody wishes them God
bpeed. The coramandery has accepted tho
invitation of Washington Coinmandery No. 1
to attend service at Ascension Church on
lowing; Aiuiiu must, iuessrs. .Mount and
Gross.; song, "To Scvilla," Miss Maddcrn;
violin solo, Mi6s Pauline Iscman; reading
Mi6s Sauter; whistling solo, Miss Zantzingor!
sip.n.nmnnuied bv Mrs. Cross! fnnnv ,ln vli.
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Ascension Day, May 7, and will have out a
large number of swords. At the last conclave
Sir John H. Miller, Grand Recorder of Mary
land, was present with an escort of Maryland
Knights, and presented a testimonial of their
appreciation of the action of Columbia Com
mandery when the temple in Baltimore was
recently burned. The Denver Association is,
as usual, on tho boom, and have decided to
dissolve on tho fourth Friday in July, 1S92.
when tho members will receive the results of
a judicious investment. The Drill Corps
meets "Wednesday evening, May 13, in the
library-room of tile temple.
You get a small farm at Derwood Park. W.
F. Thomas, Twelfth and G streets.
On Thursday evening the members of Al
bert Pike Consistory to the number of 125 as
sembled at the cathedral of the Scottish Rite as
the guests of Bro. Simon Wolf, 32. The oc
casion was the celebration of the last day of
tho Jewish Passover. The members were re
ceived in one of the lodge-rooms of the build
ing, w.here time was spent in social inter
course until 9 o'clock, when they proceeded
to tho banquet-room. Every item upon tho
table in the way of food had a symbolic signi
fication, but was nevertheless palatable. At
the request of Bro. Wolf Bro. William Oscar
Roome assumed the position of master of
ceremonies. On the plate in front of Bro.
Roome was a bone entirely devoid of meat, an
egg, a root of horse-raddiih as taken from the
ground, with green growing at the top, and a
quantity of bitter herbs. Bro. Wolf was In
troduced as the orator of the evening, and
delivered an eloquent and Instructive speech,
in which he explained the symbolism of the
' articles on the plate in front of the master of
ceremonies. lie alluded to the historical part
of the Passover, its origin, its symbolism, and
its observance until now. He was obliged to
abbreviate his discourse on account of his
physical condition, he not having fully recov
ered from the effects of his late accident.
Several toasts were drank aud responded to
by the following brethren : E. H. Chamber
lin, 32 ; Jos. C. Taylor, 33 ; Alex. II. Holt,
32 ; William Oscar Roome, 33 ; Rev. A. Flo-
nuus Steele, m" ; U. W. liennett, 33u ; Wil
liam R. Singleton, 33, and Charles W. Han
The business directory of the Scottish Rite
is an almost invaluable little book, and con
tains the names aud addresses of four agents,
five architects, one artist, two auctioneers,
one baker, two' bankers, two boot and shoo
dealers, two bricklayers, three brick-makers,
two building-supply dealers, four butchers,
eight carpenters and builders, one carpet
dealer, two cabinet-makers, one superintendent
of cemetery, two cigar and tobacco dealers,
two civil engineers and surveyors, one clergj'
mau, one clothes dealer, six coal and wood
merchants, one coiTee and spice miller, one
collector, two commercial travelers, two
commission merchants, four confectioners,
sly, contractors, one dentist, live keepers of
dining-rooms, nine druggists, eight dry goods
merchants, one engineer, one engraver, one
flour and feed dealer, five brass and four iron
founders, two furniture dealers, thiee garden
ers, one glass stabler, four grocers, two hard
ware merchants, two hatters, seven keepers of
hotels, two ice dealers, two instrument-makers,
three insurance agents, one janitor, six
jewelers, one journalist, one ladies' furnisher,
thirty-five lawyers, two keepers of livery
stables, two lumber dealers, ono men's
furnisher, one mineral Avater dealer, seven
notaries public, one notion dealer, two painters,
two paper hangers, eighteen physicians, ono
piano tuner, four plate printers, threo plum
bers and gas fitters, twenty printers, two at
taches of street railroads, twelve real estate
dealers, two restaurants, one rubber goods
dealer, oue salesman, ono sporting goods, two
stone cutters, ono stove dealer, one maker
surgical instruments, three tailors, one tailor's
supplies, ono teacher, four school teachers,
two undertakers, one upholsterer, two United
States Army officers, three United States Navy
officers, and three wiuo and liquor dealers.
Read what W. F. Thomas has to say in this
issue about Derwood Park. It will Interest
On Monday evening those Masons who heard
of the Budden death of Bro. Thomas P, Chif
fellc were shocked beyond expression. Pre
monitions of the end had often come to Bro.
Chiffelle in the form of sudden and 6evere
pains at the heart. No Mason of tho city was
more generally respected. The purity of his
life, tho beauty of his character, and tho firm
ability which characterized his official career
Avon for him many warm words In Masonic
circles. In the year 1880 ho held tho highest
office in the craft In this city, Most Worship
ful Grand Master of the Grand Lodgo of tho
District of Columbia. He was al60 a Past
Master of Potomac Lodge No. 5, anil at the
time of his death was the present Venerable
iuuBierot urleut Lodge of l'erlectlon sso. n,
A. A. 8. R., with the rauk of tho32d degree.
Ho was also a member of Mount Horeb Chap
ter No. 7, Potomac Commandery No. i). Albert
Pike ConalBtory No. 1, A. A. S. R., and an
honorary member of Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion ho. l aud Past Secretary of Evangelist
Chapter of Rose Croix. On Thursday after
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noon Albert Piko Consistory escorted tbo re
mains from his late residence to tho Cathe
dral, where the Rose Croix services were held.
After the Chapter of Rose Croix was opened
Potomac Commandery No. 3 was announced
and received with the honors duo them, tho
Eminent Commander being invited and ac
cepting a seat on the left of tho Wise Master,
after which tho Grand Lodgo were also re
ceived by tho chapter with tho honors duo the
raDk of that body, the Most Worshpful Grand
Master accepting an invitation to tho east, and
being seated on the right of the Wi6e Master
of the Chapter during tho Scottish Rite ser
vices, the other grand officers also occupying
chairs in tho cast. At the conclusion of the
Rose Croix ceremonies Potomac Coramand
ery No. 3 held the Templar service. Tho
Grand Lodgo then took charge of the remains,
and, under escort of Albert Pike Consistory,
Potomac Commandery No. 3, and Potomac
Lodge No. 5, proceeded to St. Paul's Church,
on Twenty-third street, where tho beautiful
service of the Episcopalian Church was read
by the rector, Rov. Alfred narding, assisted
by Rev. A. Floridus Steele. Dr. Harding in a
short address spoke of the connection of the
deceased with his parish, and alluded to the
great loss which had befallen it In his death.
He was one of the wardens and a vestryman
of the church and superintendent of the Sunday-school.
At tho conclusion of the ser
vices the procession proceeded to Arlington,
where the committal service of the church was
read, followed by the blue lodgo funeral cere
monies by the Grand Lodge, conducted by
the Most Worshipful Grand Master, Thomas
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The obsequies of a Knight Rose Croix or
the funeral service of the 18th degree
of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish is one
of tho most solemn of its rituals, and is the
only service used on such occasions, except
the midnight services of the Kadosh. It con
sists of two parts, the former held at the resi
dence of the deceased or in a church or lodge
room, and the latter at the place of interment,
either of which can be held without tho other,
and on Thursday afternoon last in the Cathe
dral of tho Scottish Rito tho first section of
the ceremonies were held over tho remains of
Sir T. P. Chiilelc, 32d degree. The cathedral
was arranged In the proper manner for the
services in accordance with tho ritual of the
chapter, the throne, altar, and seats of the
officers being hung in black, the chair of the
deceased Knight covered with black, with
tears of silver, and upon it an escutcheon, in
blue, white, green, and crimson, with tho
name of the deceased In black letters. This
was surmounted by a death's head and cross
bones, all surrounded by tho collar of the 32d
degree. The walls of tho hall were hung with
black garlands entwined with wreaths of Ivy;
the candelabra, three in number, con
tained groups of cloven candles, the threo
columns forming an equilateral triangle on the
east, west, and south of tho altar. The
casket, which was placed near the centre of
tho room in tho rear of tho altar, was coveted
with a black cloth, fringed and sprinkled with
tears of silver, and on it lay tho apron, cordon,
and jewel of the deceased, together with his
sword, while above tho coffin hung a dimly
burning lamp. Other emblems surrounded
the casket; on tho east a pyramid, on tho west
a skull, and on the south a winged genus
holding an upright and an inverted torch,
while near tho west was a black passion cross,
upon which at the junction of the shaft and
bar waB a crimson rose, together with a troldcn
vessel containing crystals of salt. At tho
proper time tho officers of tho chapter entered
the cathedral and conducted tho services In
accordance with tho ritual, during which tho
Knights repaired to tho altar aud formed a
triangle, completely Inclosing it, and, clasping
hands by crossing them over their breaBts, re
peated tho funeral hymn, after which they all
knelt upon tho right knee in solemu prayer.
They then arose, and after another hymn
were addressed by tho presiding officer, who
lighted the alcohol and threw incense into the
Jlame, and. raising a lighted torch, three
times Inquired; "Brother, wo mourn for
thee; wo call upon theo to auswer us, Dost
thou hear our call?" After tho two first
calls there was profound silence. After tho
third, sad, wailing music, during which ho ex
tinguished the torch, exclaiming, "Our
brother answers not our call." ' w
The lid of tho coffin was then tuncd down,
and each brother advaneiug depo ed a flower
upon tho casket, when the Master, taking tho
cross with tho roso upon it in his left hand,
laid his right on tho head of tho deceased and
repeated part of tho ritual, and was followed
by several officers in a similar manner, tho
jewel of the deceased being placed upon his
breast, together with tho cross. Tho graud
honors then being given by tho assembled
Knights, tho benediction by tho Master and a
chant closed tho ceremonies.
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from evil habits orlaterindlscrotlous, send for
Book of Lifh, Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur
gical Institute, 153 N. Spruce 6treet, NashYllle,
Golden Cross Notes.
Anacostia Commandery meets on Wednes
day evening next at Masonic nail, Anacostla.
Meridian Commandery meets on Friday
evening next at Societies Temple, corner of
Fifteenth and G streets northwest.
Mount Vernon Commandery meets to
morrow evening at Good Templars' Hall,
corner of Four-and-a-half street and Pennsyl
Capital Commandery meets on Saturday
evening next at the new Golden Cross nail,
National Capitol Bank building, No. 310
Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
At tho regular meeting of Goodwill Com
mandery on Monday last Noble Commander
Hervey S. Knight presided. Applications for
membership were received from Thomas S.
Taylor, Mrs. Livonia S. Taylor, Mrs. Inazella
F. Jones, and Mrs. Harriet L. Vlnlng. After
a short session tho commandery closed to pay
a fraternal visit to National Commandery.
The sociable of Mount Vernon Commandery
on Wednesday cveuiuglast was a very enjoya
ble occasion. The members of the command
cry and their friends wore entertained with
music and speeches, closing with refreshments.
The instrumental music of the Washington
Quartette was finely rendered, as also several
songs by Sir Knight James W. Loveless, of Hal
cyon Commandery. The members in charge
of the sociable were J. II. A.Towler, M. L.
Venable, Miss Maggie Z. Weaver, Miss Clara
E. Lewis, and Mrs. Si. R. Weaver.
Keen is making a big drivo in $33 suits. My
own. Georgo T. Keen, 414 Ninth street.
Columbia Commandery at its last meeting
received applications for membership from B.
F. Williams, Mrs. Lizzie M. Williams, Mrs.
Helen V. Mollis, and Miss Barbara A. Steiucr.
Tho degrees were conferred on Richard S.
Lawrenson, Solomon Carr, George J. Mc
Donald, and Mrs. Mary C. Lamb. Under the
good of the order remarks wore made by Sir
Knight Rov. M. N. Cornelius, Noble Com
mander Dickinson, and Ladies Jessie M. Blair
and Nettie Cole. Among the visitors wore
Sir Knights Frank E. Newton, of Capital
Commandery; W. II. II. and Claude Kesler,
of National Commandery, and P. II. Branson
and W, II. Pope, of Goodwill Commandery.
Tho new Golden Cross Hall in tho National
Capital Bank building was dedicated on
Thursday evening last, the services being per
formed by tho officers of the Grand Com
mandery, after which Sir Knight F. I. Willis,
of Meridian Commandery, read an original
"Dedication Ode." Mrs. Edith F. Murray,
of Capitol Hill, sang a solo, and Miss Adelaide
Payne, of Goodwill Commandery, recited
"The Changed Cross." Miss Maltha Mun
doll sang "Homo, Sweet Homo." The hall has
been fitted up expressly for tho purposes of tho
order, the acoustic qualities aro excellent, and
for everything that tends to make a perfect
lodge-room this hall is not excelled by any
other in tho city.
Congenial society aud attractive surround
ings at Derwood Park. William F. Thomas,
Twelfth and G streets.
Tho Grand Commandery held an adjourned
session on Friday evening last at tho now
Golden Cross Hall, Grand Commaudor Ehlo
presiding. Resolutions were adopted in favor
of changing tho terms of officers in subordi
nate commanderies from six months to ono
year, authorizing the Grand Commauder to
grant dispensations in certain cases, and to
embrace in applications for membership a
portion of the law touching the subject of
temperance. A resolution from the commltteo
on laws providing for the election of repre
sentatives to tho Grand Commandery on the
basis of ono representative for every twenty
five members was rejected Tho commandery
then adjourned to meet on Wednesday eveu
lng next at tho same place.
All tho comforts of country and city life at
Derwood Park. William F. Thomas, Twelfth
and G streets,
Tho last meotlng of National Commandery
was ono of the most interesting in its history,
It has reached a membership of ninety-nine.
Applications for membership were received
from Mrs. Jennie V. Kaufman and Mrs, Liz
zie B. J. Wertenbaker. Tho 1st degree was
conferred on Presley E. Purkes, James A,
Smith, Miss Christine Hansen, Miss Meta C.
Ilanben, and MIbs Katucrluo Hansen, and tho
2d and 3d degrees on the above named and
also on Philip Wistar, Howard Ii. Norton,
William L. Illpkins, Mrs. Mary A. Wistar,
and Mrs. Arabella II. Norton. Tho command
ery was agreeably surprised by a fraternal
visit of a large number of members from Good
will Commandery, headod by Noble Com
mander Hervey a. Knight. Deputy Grand
Commauder It. II. Yates welcomed the sir
knights aud ladle3 In an eloquent address,
which was later responded to by Noble Com
mander Knight. The initiation ceremonies
wero performed in an exceedingly impresslvo
manner by the following officers: Noble Com
i urn "fepi '-JK
MVJlit-ityJ-.v'y " mill 1 1 ' '".ii
mander, R. II. Yates; VicoNoblo Commander,
Miss Emma Doyle; Worthy Prolate, Miss
Annie Beach; Past Noble Commander, L. C.
Handy; Worthy Ilcrald, Mrs. Lillio A. Edclcn.
At tho close of the ceremonies tho members
and visitors were invited to partako of refresh
ments, which were furnished by tho committee
on tho good of tho order. The visitors then
retired, all expressing themselves as having
been pleased with their visit, and requested
tho members of National to visit Goodwill at
an early day and partake of its fraternal hos
pitality. Independent Order Mechanics.
Lafayette Lodgo No. 13 hold its regular ses
sion Thursday. Past Master Reed is still con
fined to the house with grip. Bro. W. U. Wat
son and Junior Master O'Brien have fully
recovered. Past MaBter B. Olive, of Columbia
Lodgo No. 1, was present and addressed the
lodge. Mr. D. G. Strublo was elected to
Goodwill Lodge No. 14 held au enthusiastic
meeting Tuesday, Worthy Master Rcckcrt iu
the chair. This lodge will move into its new
quarters, southwest corner of Thirty-second
aud M streets, Duulop's Hall, and celebrate its
second anniversary with a musical and liter
ary entertainment. Bro. Dingleman will leave
for California Monday. He carries with him
the best wishes of his brother Mechanics.
Independent Order of Recliabites.
High Chief Ruler Dewey has authorized
three tents in Utah.
Past High Representative Williams will or
ganize two tents in Baltimore this month.
Bros. M. E. Byrne and W. R. Riley will ad
dress Redemption Tent No. 144 at its next
Bro. George Allen and Sister Allen, Chief
Ruler of Purity Teut No. 4, who havo been
quite ill, are convalescing.
At tho Bellvuo Dairy Farm tho milk is
aerated, cooled, bottled, and sealed within
thirty minutes from milking.
Friendship Tent No. 73 has a dispensation
to confer all the degrees in Nationalist Hall,
009 F street northwest, next Saturday night.
The Bellvuo Dairy Farm guarantees their
High Secretary-Treasurer L. n. Patterson
has during the past week sent supplies to
Maryland, Now York, Virginia, and Utah
Order a trial bottle of milk from tho Bell
vuo Dairy Farm.
Tho principal event in Rechabito circles dur
ing tho week was tho surpriso visit of Golden
Rule Tent No. 33, of Alexandria, to Purity
Tent No. 4, (Woman's Branch,) of this city,
Monday evening. Tho delegation arrived In
tlmo to visit tho Eagle Juniors, who gavo the
sisters a cordial welcome. After tho Juniors
closed tho Woman's Tent was convened, and,
after hastily transacting tho routine business,
an enlivening good-of-order programme was
presented, as "follows: Addross, by Deputy
High Chief Rulor Henry Charles; instrumental
music, Masters Pallis and Garrett; romarkB,
High Secretary-Treasurer L. II. Patterson;
vocal solo, Miss Florence Lylcs; remarks,
Bros. Worden and Griffith; duet, tho Misses
Javens; remarks, Mrs. Llda Murray, Deputy
High Chief Rulor, and Mrs. Lylos, Past Chief
Ruler; piano solo, Miss Clara Price, Past Chief
Ruler; remarks, Mrs. Miller, Chief Ruler of
Golden Rule Tont, and Past Chief Ruler Clar
ence Mills; piano solo, Miss Lylcs; remarks,
Grand Chief Ruler J. J. Murray; song, Miss
Tho proprietors of King's Palaco deslro to
call your attention to the fact that their 6tock
of millinery and wraps is now complete, and
they aro in a position to give to the ladles of
this city extraordinary good values In the
above department. Their reputation as the
leaders In the millinery lino is such an estab
lished fact that none dare to dispute this
claim. Tho 6tock of millinery comprises all
tho latest productions from the foreign and
domestic markets, and their array of Imported
pattern hats and bonnets with tho production
of their fine work-room and their stock of uu
trimmed hats and bonnets is treble that of any
other establishment in this city. They havo
every shape, manufactured in all tho latest
shades of gray, tans, and brown, and their
prices aro exceptionally tho lowest. They
guarantee you a saving of 20 per cent, on your
purchase. They would call your attention to
the great guessing contest for a. xreo tour of
Europe, Every purchaser is entitled to a
guess for a trip to Europe, free of all expeuse.
We refer you for further information to their
advertisement on the fifth page of this paper.
For a pleasant, healthy homo drink Ballan
tine's Palo Extra Beer. Bottled by F, II.
Finloy & Son, 60lo agents, 1200 D street
northwest. Special attentlou paid to family
orders. Telephone, S01-3.
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