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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. JUNE 14, 1891.
NEWS OF THE LODGES.
A lilG 11UDGET Ol' ITEMS Ol' INTER
EST TO THE FRATERNITIES.
A Now History oCFrocinnHonry, of "Which
air. William It. Singleton "Wrote an
Important Part-Tho Rcchahitcs, Mo
oliiiulcH, mid tlto Golden Cross.
Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the
evenings of tho ensuing week:
Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Templo
Benjamin U. French No. 15. Monday, 16th;
PontalphaNo. 23, Monday, 15th; National No.
12,Tuesday, 10th; "Washington Centennial No.
14, Wednesday, 17th ;La Fayette No. 10, Thurs
day, 18th; Lobanon No. 7, Friday, 10th.
A. A. S. R. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 17th. Bluc
rooin: Columbia No. 3, "Wednesday, 17th.
Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Penn
sylvania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 10th.
Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast
S Naval No. 4, Thursday, 18th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5,
Masonic Hall, Uniontown Anacostta No.
21, Monday, 15th.
Jiotal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple
La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 10th; Columbia
No. 1, Wednesday, 17th.
Masonic Hall, Pennsylvania avenue and
Nineteenth street Mount Horeb No. 7, Thurs
Masonic Hall, "Virginia avenue southeast
Naval No. 0, Tuesday, 10th.
Commandcrics Knights Templar: Masonic
Templu Columbia No. 2, Friday, 10th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No.
3, Wednesday, 17th.
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Sanctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion, Tuesday, 10th.
Past Master F. E.. Swctt has been entertain
ing friends from out of the city during the
Among the members of the Rite who can bo
depended upon In any emergency are Henry
Hoffa and Myor Hermann, both of whpm are
young Masons, but energetic and faithful In
the performance of every duty.
Alllsou Nailor, Jr., accompanied by his
wife, sailed from New York this week for Eu
rope, where they wUl make an extended tour
of England and the continent. In his ab
sence William Oscar Roome is acting as treas
urer of Albert Pike Consistory.
Bros. J. W. LaTourette and J. H. Blair,
both of Harmony Lodge, are now located at
the livery stable formerly kept by Tatum,
which business they recently purchased, and
are succeeding finely in their new place. Both
brethren are very popular and have hosts of
warm f rleuds in the order.
Among the hard workers in Columbia Com
mandery Drill Corps is tho Junior Warden of
the Commandcry, Sir Knight Frank H.
Thomas, who, with "W. J. Byers, J. Orville
Johnson, George A. Barline, A.J. Terry, and
a host of other knights, are always ready to
assist in any project which will bring credit to
A well-deserved decoration was conferred
by tho Supremo Council for the Southern
Jurisdiction at its last session in this city,
when tho Cross of tho Court of Honor was
awarded Sir Martin O'Connor, 32d degree, for
his faithful services rendered the fraternity as
an ofiiccr in several Masonic bodies for the
past ten years. It was a well-deserved and
Columbia Commandcry No. 1 has accepted
tho invilatiou of Potomac Commandery No. 3
to unite in observing St. John' s Day, Juno 24,
by attending divine service at St. John's P. E.
Church, Georgetown. At tho conclave of
Friday oveniog the Order of tho Temple will be
conferred on a very large class of Red Cross
Knights. Among the distinguished visitors
at the lust conclave were Verj' Eminent Sir
Tl. B, McKocn, Past Grand Commander of
Pennsylvania, and Eminent Sir W. II. Wel
jhlte, of Crawfordsville Commandery, of
Many members of tho fraternity are layiug
their plans for a sojourn at Bro. Leroy M.
Taylor's summer resort on Cherrydt one Inlet,
where, besides the natural advantages of tho
placo mid the inducements it holds out to tho
amateur angler, they are sure to find conge
nial company. Anions those who will be suro
to go boforo tho season Is over will be Bros.
Joseph C. Taylor, J. H. Austin, William Oscar
Roomo, Dr. Aaron Baldwin, and D. M. Crld
ler, all of whom are trying to persuade the
IIehald's Masonic correspondent to accom
pany them and keep a record of tho meetings.
Columbia Commandery Drill Corps' excur
sion Is going to bo tho great event in Masonic
circles this week. From present appearances
it bids fair to bo tho largest. Masonic affair of
tho kind In yoars. Capt. Terry, who will put
tho drill corps "through their paces" at the
pavilion, has arranged an exceedingly at
tractive programme, and many Individual
templars who are not attracted by the routine
of the usual excursion are going down simply
to see tho "pride of Columbia Commandery''
Win now laurels, Appropriate music has been
.arranged for tho drill, ami tho corps Is prac
Lebanon Lodge No. 7 will confer tho 1st and
2nd degrees FUday evening, Potomac Com
mandery No. 3 will transact routine business
Wednesday evening. Tho commandery will
also attend divine services on St, John's Day
at St. John's Church, Georgetown. Sister com
manderles have been invited to join Potomac
.Commandery and will bo present. Tho serv
,lccs will be hold at o o'clock in the even
ing Columbia Lodge No. 3 will confer the
2nd degree June 17,., ...Washington Centennial
Lodge No. 14 will confer the 3d degree Wed
nesday evenlug, and on the 22nd instant will
hold a special meeting for tho same degree'.
Mount Horeb Chapter No. 7 will traubact rou
tine business Thursday evening.
"Tho History of Freemasonry and Con
cordant Orders," tho book upon which some
of tho brightest Masonic writers of tho coun
try have been engaged, has been issued, and
copies can be secured from tho Grand Secre
tary, William R. Singleton, at a price which,
when tho luipottauco and value of tho work is
taken into consideration, is extiemely reason
able. Washingtonlans will read with pleasure
tho dopartment of which our venerable Grand
Secrotary Is tho author, it being the first di
vision ol the book with tho caption "Tho An
cient Mysteries." Bro. Singleton's roputatlon
as a Module author, while never coullued to
tho District of Columbia, has now, through
the medium of his latest work, become na
tional In character. Tho editor In chief, Bro.
II. L. Stillson, refers to his work as tho most
comprehensive artlclo ho lias over read upon
this subject, and states that In tho seventy
eight pages every thing of Importance ho has
, over seen In works of this character Is em
bodied. One principal of a high school which
contains over 6ix hundred pupils has sub
scribed for the book with the Intention of using
this artlclo as a book of reference In his school!
Ho states that It Is the finest treatise on tho
mysteries and mythology ho has over seen.
No jurisdiction can hear tho praises of Bro.
Singleton sounded with more satisfaction than
In this city, and nouo of his admirers can
tender tho brother warmer congratulations
than tho Masonic correspondent of Tnn Sun
day Hkiuld, who from years of closo ac
quaintanceship Is enabled to judge of his rare
ability and tho grand traits of his character.
Tho meeting of tho general board of tho Ma
sonic Board of Roller In this city next fall will
, have a more important bearing on this juris
diction than Is generally supposed. Tho
brethren who composo this organization come
from all parts of the United States and Can
ada, paying their own expeuses, to keep up
tho good work, which is so thorouEWy system
atized by tho local organizations. "Itbohooves
tho Masons of this city to give them a frater
nal greeting, a cordial Welcome, and to assist
In every way possible tho local board In ten
dering them a generous and unstinted hospi
tality and attractive entertainment during
their stay In this city, to tho end that tho visi
tors may leave our city as much charmed with
their treatment as they were by the courtesies
extended them by the Canada Masonsiat tho
last annual meeting of tho board.
Washington Centennial Lodgo No. 14 will
give a complimentary excursion to the new
river resort, Notley Hall, on Thursday, Juno
IS, which will undoubtedly bo ono of tho
pleasantest affairs of the soascn. The steam
ers Pilot Boy and Arrowsmlth have been
chartered to carry down the friends of this
popular lodge aud will make three trips, tho
first at 10 A. M. aud the others at 2 and 0:30
P. M. Tho well-known reputation of this
lodge, and especially that of its popular Wor
shipful Master, James H. Small, denotes that
this excursion will long bo remembered by
those who participate as ono of the happiest
of happy experiences. The Invitations are
very handsome, and a ticket admitting
brethren and their families to either of the
boats is inclosed in each, as no ono will bo
permitted on board without this card of ad
mission. Tho vim and activity which charac
terizes the present administration of tho lodgo
is very pleasant to see, and tho results of the
outing of Thursday next will undoubt
edly prove very beneficial in moro ways than
ono to the lodge.
The acting Provincial Grand Master of the
Royal Order of Scotland In tho United States,
Josiah H. Drummond, has issued to tho mem
bers of that order the following notice rela
tive to the death of Gen. Albert Pike:
"Dear Brethren of the Royal Order of Scot
land: Our great leader has fallen! Our Pro
vincial Grand Master, Albert Piko, great in all
human endowments, and a leader in all en
terprises in which he was engaged, died In
Washington on tho 2nd day of April. Born
in BoEton on the 20th day of December, 1S00,
he passed the limit of four score years In a
life busy and laborious beyond belief. Born
poor, thrown upon his own resources at an
early aEe and compelled to abandon an edu
cation in tho schools, ho commenced a self
education, which he continued assldlously
throughout his long life. He devoted 60 lit
tle time to rest and sleep that he was able to
prepare himself for and perform tho duties
of the most exacting profession, and at tho
samo time pursue his general studies. So
whatever ho undertook ho gave his wholo
power. His competitors were able, active,
and aggreslve, but ho so maintained himself
against all comers as to command tho respect
of all. ' He entered tho domain of
noetry, and there won such laurels that ho
was known throughout tho country as tho
'Poet-Lawyer of Akansas.' When he became
a Mason he at once appreciated tho character
of its principles, the beauty of Its symbols,
and its poslbIllttes to elevate mankind. With
characteristic wisdom ono of his earliest acts
as a Mason was in tho direction of establish
ing a library by means of which the princi
ples, symbolism, and jurisprudence of the
institution could be studied. What he has1
done for Masonry, and especially tho Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rite, Is it not literally
true that 'the craft whereso'er dispersed'
already know. His tributes to tho
dead aro unequaled In beauty, pathos, and
sublimity, and we feel his greatness when wo
como to perform for him tho duty ho has so
justly and touchlugly performed for so many
others. His visible form has gone from us;
his voice will be no longer heard, and his pen
has been laid aside forever, but his exam
ple and teachings remain with us. May
wo emulate the one and study the other;
aud especially let us, as Freemasons, remem
ber the sentiment In his last address to us,
Freemasonry is tho apotheosis of labor.' So
shall we mo6t honor his memory."
Golden Gross Norcs.
Mount Vernon Commandery meets to
morrow evening at Good Templars Hall,
corner of Four-and-a-half street and Pennsyl
vania avenue, when tho officers for thoonsulnc
term will be elected Anacostla Command
cry will elect officers for tho ensuing term on
Tuesday evening next nalcyon Command
ery meets on Friday evening next at Societies'
Templo, corner Fifth aud G streets northwest.
Tho degrees will bo conferred on ono candidate,
aud tho officers for tho ensuing terra will bo
elected St. John's Commandery meets on
Saturday evening at Golden Cross Hall,
310 Pennsylvania avenuo southwest, and will
elect officers for tho ensuing term
At the last meeting of St. John's Com
mandery Noble Commander Mrs. Mary L.
Hawkins presided. Tho degrees were con
ferred on Miss Jennio C. Bean. A proposi
tion was submitted to Increase tho quarterly
dues and to raise tho fee for withdrawal cards.
Tho officers for tho ensuing term will bo
elected at tho next meeting. Remarks on tho
good of tho order wero mauo by Grand Com
mander Ehlo, Sir Knights W. E. Graham, E,
R Barbour, and Lady Mary L. Hawlus, of St.
Johns; Noble Commander J. F. ICilgorc, Sir
jvuiKuis oamuui r. iuhuu, ijrauii &, JNewton,
and Lady Martha J. Peabody, of Capital; Sir
Knight 0. G. Harrison, of Alt. Vernon, nmi
others At the regular meeting of Columbia
Commandery on Tuesday oveuing last Noble
Commander J. A. D!ckui6on presided. The
degrees wore conferred on Mrs, Kate II.
Emmert, Mrs. Mary Markham, and Miss
Barbara A. Stelner, Grand Commander Ehlo
complimented tho commandery on its pro
ficiency in rendering tho ritualistic work of
tho order, and also gays an intorestlug state
ment of tho work accomplished at tho late
session of the Supremo Commandery. Re
marks wero made by Noblo Commander
Dickinson, Sir Knights Hughes, Gunsou,
Floyd, Dr. D. Olln Leech, Lady tTtJaWM.
Blair, and others. Tho election of officers
will take place on the 23d instant,
and they will bo Installed July 14
At tho regular meeting of Goodwill Com
mandcry on Monday evening last Noble Com
mander Harvey S. Knight presided. Tho sec
ond and third degrees wero conferred on Mrs.
Inazclln T. Jones and Mrs. Harriet L. Vlnlng.
The committee on tho good of tho order was
instructed to mako arrangements for an open
meeting and sociable for the members and
friends of the commandcry to take placo on
the 29th instant, at Scottish Rite Hall. Invita
tions will also bo 8cntto sister commanderlcs.
Grand Commander Ehlo will deliver an ad
dress on tho benefits and alms of tho order,
nud an intorestlug programme will bo pre
sented. On tho 22d Instant tho officers for tho
ensuing term will bo elected, and they will
bo installed on July 13.
M"" ' i -1
Iiulopcntlont Order of Rccliabitcs.
Tho event of tho week In Recbabito circles
was tho Institution of a now primary tent In
Clemonts'8 Hall Wednesday evening. Grand
Chief Ruler J. J. Murray was assisted In tho
instituting ceremonies by Grand Secretary L.
II. Patterson, Grand Treasurer C. M. Slzcr,
Grand Lecturer W. H. Douglas, Grand Chap
lain A. M. Dewey, Grand Lovite A. J. Eaton,
and Grnnd Guardian Clarencn Mills. After
tho election of officers and christening tho
now tent S. B. Clements Tent" No.
3, the officers wero Installed by High
Chief Ruler Dowoy as follows: Andrew J.
Brown, Sr., Shepherd; John H. Hancock,
Chief Ruler; J. II. Clements, Deputy
Ruler; Charles M. Slzer, Recording and
Financial Secretary; Samuel S. Ellis, Treas
urer; Walter Frero, Lovlto; W. H. Magutre,
I. G.; Fred Felllnger, O. G., and A. J.
Brown, Jr., Past Chief Ruler. The tent Is
well officered, and tho members being mostly
young men the success of the tout is as
sured Past Chief Ruler Clarence Mills
has been elected installing officer for
Laglo lent No. 2 Tho Eagle Juniors have
an excellent programme for their entertain
ment.... ..Mrs. Miller, Chlel Ruler of Golden
Rule Tent No. 33, Alexandria, vlsltod friends
In this city during tho week Grand
Treasurer C. M. Slzer has been elected as in
stalling ofllcer for S. B. Clements Tent No.
3 Bro. M. E. Bryne will address thoFrlend-
shlp Juniors next Saturday evening The
Rcchabitc Advocate will be issued on Tuesd&y
next, and will contain, besides news
of tho progress of tho order, a por
trait and biographical sketch of Deputy
Hlch Chief Ruler Edgar F. Thompson,
of Virginia Tent No. 5, Alexandria A
petition is In circulation for a charter for a
woman's tent, to be be located in Clemonts's
Independent Order Mechanics.
At Lafayette Lodgo No. 13, at Its regular ses
sion, Thursday, Mr. C. E. Downs was elected
to membership. Bro. B. F. Taylor, whoso
singing engagements have prevented his at
tending tho lodge meetings for tho past three
months, waB present and was most heartly re
ceived. The excursion committee reported
progress. Visitors: Past Supremo Ruler J.
Guest King, of Annapolis, Pa6t Masters
Nelkerk and Fuse and Bro. Holt, of Goodwill
Lodgo No. 14. The 1st and 3d degrees due
PREJUDICE AGAINST BOXING.
Some Reasons Why It Should Not Bo
Allowed to Pravnil.
Harper's Young People.
The prejudice against boxing as a form.of
exercise, due largely to that very different
thing, pugilism as a livelihood, dies so slowly
that It is worth while to dwell now and then
upon its advantages as a physical and mental
training", especially for boys.
There is absolutely nothing in tho way of
recreation so beneficial in every respect to
a boy as boxing. I am positive and I
know whereof 1 write, for as a boy and man
I have tried them all, fencing, wrestling,
rowing, swimming, riding that no one of
them has tho many advantages of boxing.
As. an all-round developer it is unequaled;
not ono of the boy's muscles remains in
active; back, 6tomach, legs, arms, all are
called upon for vigorous service. But
what I consider its best feature In lis recom
mendation for boys is tho very thorough drill
ing which the disposition of tho'boy must un
dergo. If a lad Is quick to lose his temper,
boxing will cure him. It will teach him that
no one who lets his temper get the better of
him will become an expert sparrer; it will
speedily convince him of the absolute neces
sity of keeping cool' and In entire possession
of his wits In order to sustatn his efforts and
avoid defeat. The boxer who cannot control
his temper Is practically at tho mercy of a cool,
skillful opponent. ' Ono cannot 6par success
fully and become flustered. A boxer must
ever be on tho alert, his wits constantly alive,
looking for an opportunity of assault; he
must bo able to act instantly and with cool
deliberation, as distinguished from wild, un
directed action. Ho need do no running to
develop tho muscles of his legs or lungs; these
are all continuously In action.
Not a Pauper in all Scrvin. .
Tho opinion is generally held that there is
nothing entirely perfect In existence. The
opinion holds good In Servla's case. It
has had moro trouble with its reigning
princes during this century than almost all
tho other European countries combined,
and yet though tho fact is not generally
known it is ono of the best countries in
tho world, at least so far as tho condition of
its lower classes is concerned. Just think
ofitl At the la6t census (estimated in 1800)
tho total population was given at 2,000,043, of
which not a single ono was a pauper. There
is no such a thing as a work-house in tho
country. Tho inhabitants aro thrifty, their
tastes run usually to agricultural pursuits, and
even the poorest have some sort of freehold
It is certaiuly a pity that a country with its
opportunities 6hould bo virtually bankrupt
and ruined through its worthless princes, In
stead of "Black Georges" and "Mllans" it
should have men at tho wheel who would still
further develop tho already excellent con
ditions existing, adding too, instead of deplet
ing, tho public treasury.
To Atlantic City via Royal Bine Iiine.
Excursion tickets to Atlantic City via
Royal Blue Line and Reading R. R.f the only
double-track Touto to the sea, aro now on sale
at all B. tfc O. ticket offices in Baltimore and
Tako out an interest-bearing certificate of
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nnxwn ntnesortment' of LINENS, DIMITIES, and .DAMASKS, for furniture
wtim$?aa sP,eclftUy of cutting and making LOOSE COVERS.
WIRE DOORS and SCREENS raaclo to order. WINDOW SHADES mado to
order, and estimates furnished, when desired on any class of gooft Tto Tbo mado to
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