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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY- 6, 1902.
K5IGHT3 OK FTTIXIAS.
ACME UODGEL NO. I. K- Or.pv
meets everv Tuesday evening at S o'clock
sharp in Burlington tulictng. SW Olive
- street. Work 'n rnl.s always on hand
Visitors cordially invited and member" expected
CI attend. FRANK berri. C. C.
.attest: a. TV. Clifton. K. of IL & S., No.
UEA St, Louis avearee.
BUItLTXCJTOS- LODGE. No. SS. IC. Of
P.. meet every Wednssdav t Utat
stone's Hall, eleventh nnd F-ar.klln ave-
wn tr.infrfBv. June r.e Election of
.Cr"and Representatives. Full attendance request
Vji. Visitor, lnrltt -.. -. r
Jfls T Moore h. of R- &
4fcieasasai mmw s -
KKieHTS or COLCMBB6.
CASTLE HALL. ROBERT E. COWAN.
No 121. K. or P. TVest Hal), Century
BuIKInc. Ninth and Olive Streets-On
Monday. Julv T. at S p m. sharp. Busl-
rv meeting. Visitors cordially Incited.
E. n. MANAHAN. C C.
attest: Henry n La-bbcrt. K, c! R. & S.
CASTLE HALL OT MONITOR
Lodce. No S K. of P.. meets every
Thursdav evening In Centurv bulldlrg.
NlnTh and Olive streets where visitor! J
.- eorcuilly invited hoc members expected.
FRED L PF1STER. C. C
W T Otto K of It. & S.
'IIBVAIJER LODGE. NO. 70.
Knlchts of pvthla Cast! Hall in Odd
Fellow' Temple. Hall No. . ElKhth
PI or nceular enetine everv Wednes-
,--ninar S o'clock sharp nuslnesee cf Impor- J
m edneda evenlne. July S. lS. Visiting I
t -'. always welc-me
STANLEY T. PEARCE C. C
a . ' Louts W Sorcenfre!. K. of R. & S . 3a
- ral treet
cQi.i-MniA lodge, no. rs. K. OF
P meet everv Tuesday evening at S
o'rlnck. Eat Halt, Century bulldlne.
Ninth 7n Olive street Tuesday even-
cg Julv w r,rtt in rank of Enquire. All members
rrrqeft t . he present, ar "d time Visitor wei.
oiw THO W. SHAW. C C.
J F T n: ey. K. of It &. S.
T LOUIS COUNCIL. NO 453.
meets every flrst and third Tues
day at Wst End Hall, southeast
corner Finney and Vandeventer
aenues. Vlsltlnc Itnlshts are
cordially lot lted
J JOHNS LEAHT
Jos. C Canoll. Jr.. Recording
MARQUETTE COUNCIL. NO
656. KnUhts of Columbus, meets
erv second and fourth Tuesday
In the West Hall. Century build
Ine. Ninth and Olive streets. Vu
lUas knlrhts cordially Invited.
W L. LEE. Grand Knlht.
F P. Leonaid. Recorder.
r tltON LOttGE; NO. SS K. OF P .
n" - frv Wednesday evening ax Old
F i Hh!1 Na 1 Ninth and OlUe
tr-cis Work In ranVe of Pace. VK-
t - and memlrs are rordlallv Invited.
II A. GALLANT. C. C
.test- II R Rermn. K. of It. &. S.. Na 37U
KfTI REGRE-T I1DGE. NO . K.
f I mets eiery Wednesday evening at
: o rlock at Howard's Hail. Thirtieth snd
Oliip street" Wednf" lav eenlnc. July
-work tn mnk. of Enquire Vlsitlrir kn!j:hs al
Wi nclcnmr V.-JI 1 CULER. C. C.
. A Robert K. of It. A S.
GOLDENCROWN IjODGE. NO. tl
GOL02.fl -neets everv Friday eenlnp. Hall No.
5t : tenth 'fioor. Certury bnlldlnc.
r v.Xi.i Nwh and Oliie trcet Work in
"SySr " rank of P-"e Frlda July 4 All
i menirs expected Vlfltnr cordially
. urw InM'ed. J 11 MILLER. C. C.
CnOWN n.nyj r Scott. K of Ri 3
MnvnnrtTJrTrMTE no m. K or P..
meets even- Tuesday evcnl-B at S o cloe
ham at Rlcy'x Ilill. Kroodway and
Chlnoewi street Work In ranks always
o'i -iid Visiters cordially tmited and members
txw t-d to attend .
WILLIAM DIKNTSnVCH. C C
Attct: Frank P. HerrtnK. K. of K. & S.. 1SUA
PACIFIC LODGE. NO. VA. K. OF P.
meets eer7 Wednesday eveninK In Cen
tury bulldlnc. Ninth -nd Olhe streets.
Ttu-lne.i mcetlna Wednesday Julv 2. 19H
Members expected and lsliors ccrdlllj Invited.
S C ROGERS. C. C.
J W Campbell. K. of R. & S
PARAGON LODGE NO. 53. K. OF P..
uia .m jw Tnaaiat nttir' In f11 wrt
ZKF 3. Odd Fl.ow?" bul'dlns. Ninth and Olive
A tstrrtA Nxt TueIar. rank of Eau!re.
l!cmtrfr and irf;ors re iiiMinlly Invited
nor t Dinfrrrs. a c
Attest: Frank Johnson, IC of R. A S.
PRE3IIER LODGI1 NO. 29. K. OF V.
. Rpn!ar taet'nc piery FKond and
f'urth Thurdas enlnc at hall No 1.
OiM Fallows bull line Members are re-
aupTI to be present A rcw! tle Visitors
cord 1 all .nitel JNO. A- BRUNKR. C. C
J F Ulttr. K ofR &S.
RKI f'XtOSS LODOI NO. Si. K. OF
I rnwt Vs!nedar nlcht at Old Fel
lows Hall Ninth and Olive streets July
9 FIrt rank
w t. TiTTvrvT:rT.pn r r
II W. Beidinc. IC of R. Jc S.
IA IIDGH NO 311 KL OF P-
Mon-iav eicninr Julv 7 en Ha'i
No J tenth finer (Vnturv bulldinc at 8
o ciork Important business. Recular
topentlon Members expected 'and visitors cor
disi'y lnited to attend
DOCTOR I.. F. LFJIMRERG. C. C.
Attest" O M. Ilrooks. K of R. &. S.
LscinrtT rxEE ajio
A A RPGl-LAR MEETING OF CORNER-
V "7" ,' ,,:' IVO,- T." A 1" A M . will
yjf " n Is f" Bnrk M nda Jul 7 at p
ncT- ('...' ''s .h3,n- K,-"v and Grand e
rX.,J ';ln" ' fmTtan- demandinit the
DEPE.MJET ORDER ODD FELLOW
ARCADIAN LODGT2. NO. 33A L
g O O. F mets eiery Frtdaj at S
o clock p tn . at r raiernal wnrenj
!n tlall No 7. northnpst comerEVl-
enth street and Franklin aenue All members
.ametly reouesiea anu isiion iniiern.ii) i
lted On July 11 there will lie Initiation and in
stallation of officers. A cood time euaranteed to
al! I1ars alwais en hanl I'leae attend.
GEORGE P. SATE. N. G.
Phil P Piatt. Sectetarj
JG HSchenk. I"ress Correspondent.
-.-rea-o. HALL W1LPET ENCAMPMENT.
HP'iSsSn No L I O O F Wlldy Encamp-t!sStf-2Sr
ment mnts every econd and fourth
SeCT-1 Monda) each month Vlsltine pa
triarchs are most conllallv Intited and members
earnestly requested to attend. Work every ses
sion Our next meeting, somethirc of Interest to
all encampment members Fraternally.
WM. M. FOSTER. C. P.
F G Rnoades. Scribe
LACLEDE LODGE. NO. Si I O.
O F.. meets every Thursday nleht
at p. m.. 0.1d Fellows' Halt Ninth
and olle streets. Every member re-
sharp 0.CRW JANSEN. Noble Grand.
. L. Hulburd. Secretary. 1?06 Pantn street.
MECHANICS' LODGE. NO. 411. I.
O O. F.. meets eerv Fridsv nrfnlpr
3?j5- at so-ciock. at rrank r Hlalr Pom
HT a A. R. Hall. 1T0S Market .t Vl.n.
lax brothers cordially Invited to attenX Work In
the dejcrevs everj rneetine
G R. WILLIAMS. N. G.
C.eorKf H. Mulllcan. SecrtUry. 4J Cote Brll
WILDEY LOIK5E. NO I. O. O.
J2S3ss F. meets Tuesday evenlnr; of each
S$ii?- WM at Hall No I. Odd Fellons'
'Jtm- bulidlrR. comer Ninth and Olive, at
S o'clock Wo'k In the Third deRree. Tuesday.
July S Visitors cordially Invited
J F. I-RITCHARD. N. G.
Herman Heuer. Secretarj".
Fl Tl-RE GREAT COFNCIU NO . NA
tional I'nion, niM seconi and fourth Mnndavs
each monta. at Howard Hall. Iarri.-n avenue
and olive street Vi.-ltinc friends always wel
come JAS G JENNINGS. President.
Geo G Hufft Secretary
MOl'ND CITY COUNCIL. NO 1U.
National Union, meets on second and
loorth Frulavs each month at How
ard H Hall, corner Gatrlon avenue and
Oliv e t-treet. at S o clock. Next meet
ing. July IL Award for attendince.
F. E GUNN. President.
Richard E Berger. Secretarj.
VETERA N VOLUNTEER
FIREMEN'S HISTORICAL SO-
3:i vir.ll inert. IU1IU ounoif m
Locust st." All St. Ixsuls voluntter firemen are
invited to attend
HENRT FAIRBACK. President.
Thomas I.vnch. Secretary.
R n. Jone. Assistant Secretary.
STANDING ELK TRIBE. NO SS.
Imnroved Order of Red Met. meets
every Thurdav sleep at Druids' Hall,
southeast corner Ninth and Market
streets. First Thursday or each moon.
Adoption decree, second Thursday. Warrior's de
ETse: third Thursday. Chief's deicree. fourth
Thursla. tribal business. Vlsltlnc chiefs Invited
to our councils
WALTER C. MOORE. Sachem.
E. ScoviL C. of R.. SO Wash street
""OPECANCANOI'GH TRIIIE." NO. SO. IM
proveil Order of Red Men. hold coandl tires at
Ichtstcne Hall. outheait corner Franklin ave
nue ard Eleventh street. Hunttni; Grounds of
St Louis, every Saturday evenljr. at S o'clock.
All chiefs cordlallv invited
W F DOAN'R Sachem
A. Leek. C. of R.. 15T south Fourteenth street.
AEGIS TEMPLE. NO. J. RATHKONE Sis
ters, meets every second and fourth Monday
nicnt. a' fraternal HsIL northwest corner Elev
en! i st-eet and FtinK'ti avenue 1sltlca slters
Invited Mltri S G KING. M. E. C
Alile Williams. M. of R ic
. e . rv m-mber w ill con e un
iKOIIGK WASHINGTON LODGE NO
'A I" A M IClil llrtt.? . .lor.--
conmunUation at s o'clock Tuiav
,. . ;'ViK- Ju' ' ,l iisoaic Temp'e
.rend ard, I"lnnej avenue. Work In tae Second
decree 'ir. are urg-d In attend. Visitors are
Xmernpliv invitjd. A. L. MARION. W M.
Henri Llhuu Secretary
""? iP ' derr-.-s Membeia are requ-ned and
..-..i k . .i ii. .11 iiaL'Mziauy invited to attend
.,.., , CilAh. Mci.LAN W M.
-ohi II I-eorni Seej-eary
A NPHTALI IjODGe' NO-aTf.-
- v r"lal to-mu-itrstlon undsJ. Jjle
' "i ,' n m sharp for the p-jrpov of
ir ati-n-lli,- the funerel of '.ur .ate secre
tin Brodie- 1anr!e Mandel. 1st:lnE h-cthrci
frot-.-na'!v ini ite.t
WILLIAM RMSKT. W M
GKKKLCY COUNCIU NO 111.
Ri-vai I-occe. meet everv second
and fourth Wednesday evening at S
'. I.ck 'n hall M IJurllr.aton build
int: hid ell-.e street Nj' m-etlnc
Wedn'-sday eve-ilnic. July 23 A good
ttnitr cuaiuate,d to al v.leJr ulwa
on hand. All rren.!Ts e.f the order
i ' rd'allv Invited Kraterrally.
DAN'L II. ITIaTUIt. Archon.
SOUTH SIDE COUNCIL. NO. SS.
R'jal LenRUe. meet, every second
ano fourth Monday o? the month at
Anchor Hall. Park and Jefferron
J J TRANKLIN. Archon.
F J. St-irlcv. fcctlte.
31 ISCELLAA COL'S.
I.inERTV 'TNCIL. NO 3. JR . O F A M..
n-i even Thursday evening at Girfleld Hill.
Tnirtenth and rlkht srreei. Visit jrs welcome
' B WALTERS Councilor. W I.r.!..klyn.
Attest. I ' Rimmcv. Recordirc Secretary 1319
It.n' n -treet
FRATERNITY ijppiies fur all ocetes,
and bat-ners I"ar n & Co.. law pine st.
OLIVE GROVE. NO ;:. WO0D
men Clrrle. m-ets everv Wednes
day afternoon at IU's Hall.
corner Rreadway and Chippewa
street. V.sitors always vveicome.
MRS LILLIAN KNICKMEYER.
Address lOj Sul Ivan avenue.
MISSOURI HISTORIC.!, soci
ety loy Locut Street H.jruiar
monthly meetlpjrs held on th
nejnd ThursJsv cf each month
ai Mi m frun Novemter till
Arrll. Inclusive. The building is
oj'en dallv frcm 9a. n. till p
m . Sundsv afternoons from Still
S The uuW are cordlallv In-
ntrd t-i visit the library ard mueum
JOHN H TERRY. President.
Itnrv II Densun. Secretarj.
THE BLUE AND THE GRAT
meets at the roo-n of the Mis
souri Historical Scletr. HW Lo
cust street, upon call of the coxa
mansant. JOSEPH UOYCE. Captain.
E C Rotblns. First Sergeant.
KMGIITS. OF FATHER .MATIIEW.
ST LAWRENCE O'TOOLE CONCIL NO 5
Knicl.t of Father Muthew. me-ts en first an
thi'd vlonda ! tach tuunth. at Jchoil Hall. 1-Ii
O'Fallon street- All members requiatej to be
present. Matter, v?. KSNKV.
Chief Sir Knlcht.
WOODMEN OF THE UORLD.
COl'RT MOUND CITY. NO. I. FORESTERS
of America, held Its tlrst meeiinjr at their new
lodEetoom at Drulds's Hall, on Thursdav. July 3.
All members are reaucsted to b- preem at next
TTcetlns, Julv 17. when ofticers tor next term
will e installed.
" MOUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. H3 WOOD
men of the World, meets every Friday at
Kicker's Hall. New stead avenue and North Mar
ket street. Visitors are invited and members ex
litted to be present.
GEORGE O. JURY. C. C
c v Tarke. Clerk, lws Arlington avenue.
SYLVAN CAMP. NO. ! WOODMEN OF THE
World, mee's second and fourth Thursdajs at
Mann's Hall. 4SW North Broadway. Visitors wel
come W. C. YBAGER. C. C.
1 c Schulenburs. Clerk.
"TERMINAL CAMP. NO. -34. WOODMEN OF
the World, meets everv Wednesdav evening at S
o'clock at Blair Post IU1L 171S Mirket street
Visiters alwajs welcome. R. J WEIL. C. C
G. Crcs. Clerk
MONTEFIORE CAMP. WOOnMPV np -rur-
l World, meet second and fourth M-niav of esch
Vmonth at Fraternal imiidinc. Eleventh street and
VrpoMIn avenue. Jiau No i Victor welcom.
. . , M' SAl '" C011- Con.
L Rosenblalt. Clerk.
ORDCK OF COLU.MniAX KMGIITS.
ORDER COLUMBIAN KNIGHTS
Express IxIi-e. No. 73 Xeii n.i--
i occurs Jub 10. Mortuary assr-smenr
I fto 63 and per-caplta tax ar twth due
en Jut L The brothers will rCease
bear thic In mind also thae -.1
lioldlnir rneetfrn n-ltK a .tHli-ln.. .
larltj and would Hie t sre all the brothers at
all the meetlnc. all summer.
t. IWTOR A. P. JORDAN. President.
m E- Kaiser. Secrctiry
si ijui is ixjDGE. xo SS. ORDER
of Columbian Knlcht. meets every
. second and fourth Monday at hall Na
I 3. Odd Fellows' bulldlnjr. visltlnt;
members of the order are alwavs wel
come. Cliars aaS Inltlallons at all
John F. Rj-ati, Secretarj. Wells Fargo Express
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Tl:c NntiounI Inlon.
The National Union wet last I-rlday nlttht at
the L'ederkranx Hall, on Chouteau avenue, the
eijEhteen council- vf St Louis beins represented
hv D.clal dispensation in a pratid Joint meetlns.
liflTTts the warm wenther tr.e hall was crowded
to tl-e limit Three hundred and ihttty men pre
tnied themselves for th initiation, which was
conducted lay Senator Ji-hn A .-rnlth of Ietrolt.
Mich assisted iiy Senate Secretarj M-yers and
ii team composed of the mest prutlelent ofneera
XT. mtinc was called to orde- by Senator
Hufft who Introduced S-n-vtor Huy a chairman.
K ii Urcsinivn was appointe.1 ser-ta.y Af.er
the initiation addresses were mace by Senators
Smltr and Mejers. and at tnc vn:iusion of nen
ator Mevers's remarks he presented to Senator
Huey a marjilrlcent badse of t-dnor. set with
dismesd as a token of the esteem tn which he
Is held bj the members In St. Louis. Durlne
the daj the vls.tors were taken to various points
of Interest In the cltv. Including the World's
Fair trround". the parks, the Post Office, etc
DeRree of Honor, A. O. V. W.
The cflicers of North End Lodce were Installed
Tuesday eveninK Ly Grand Lady of Honor Alice
C. Mulkej. assisted by Sister Lulu Baker of
Phoenix Lodce as past arrand chief of honor. Sis
ter Katie O'Brien as arrand lady of honor. Sister
lturrlchter as srrand chief of ceremonies. Georce
W. Raker as a; rand recorder and J. E. Mulkry
as arrand usher A pleasant hour was spent un
der the a;ood of the order and cake and Ice cream
were served. Two applications for membership
Kniachl or Fnlher Matliew.
The following from the quarterly report of the
Supreme Recorder will phow the work done by
each subordinate council The work done by the
councils has been hlarhly Kratlfyine ard Is the
best that has been d.ne In any one quarter by
St Louis. No. 1. 1 Inltlat'rn. St- John's. No J.
1; Annunciation. No J. 3. St. Patrick- No. t. 7:
St Ijawrence oToo'. No 3. 5 St ilalachya.
No. 6. 53. v;u Teresa's. No 7. 6: St. Ittldret's.
No. s. u. SS Mary and Joeph'. No. . 3. Em
erald. No 10 . St. Alphonsus's. No. is. H. sa
cred Heart. No I. St. Kevin'". No II S. St.
Cronan's. No i 17: St Brendan's. Na 3 (Mex
ico. Mo t. 1: Immaculate Conception. No 25. 3:
Visitation. No 2. . St. Ixo's. No. "3. S"i. St
IMtrlck's. No. 32 eKanao Cltj) Sacrel Heart
No. 3 eKansas Otv. 3 Ft. Columbkllle's. N
37. S Holv Name. No. Al !: Mount Carml. No
CI 1. St Marys. No II (Kacsver Cltv. Kas.). S.
St. Vincent's. No 17 iKnnsas Cty t. Kenrlrk
No I. II ichartr minlptel St Mary's. Na !
(East St Louis 111). I St Rise's. No. S 1.
Redemptnrlst. No 3 (Kansas Cltw. S: St. Pat
rick's. Na (Alien. Ill ). 3. St. Matthew's. Na
ri 10: Immaculate Conception. No J (Brook
field. Mo). 1: All Faints'. No 71 (Chtcajrnl I-
Annuncisticn. No. 77 (Chicago) i- St Cecelia's
No 7" (Chlcaso). S. St. Malt's. No. M tDaven
pot. I ) K charter members.
St MarVs- Council No M. was oraranlred at
oavenoort. la bj- the supreme eeortter June
2. and Is the first, council organized In the State
cf Iowa Fathers Flanrery and Ryan are very
much Interested in the rev cjunell. and there !
no doubt that there will be a large council In
The Uniform Rank and St Leo's. No. r, Fife
and Drum Corps are rrensrirK fcr the trip tn
5?lb?.TJC . attend th. Natlonsl Convention of
the Catholic Tctal Abstln.nr. r-ninn .r vu..
I Aurust E Several members of the St Loals
council- win I so attend In all, there will be a
ucTK4uun .11 j.i iren tnis city.
"The Hound of the Baskervilles" J
V V By C0NAN DOYLE V V
WILL BEGIN AS A SERIAL IN NEXT SUNDAY'S REPUBLIC.
THE MOST ENGAGING DETECTIVE STORY OF YEARS.
Societies Enthusiastic in Move
ment to Erect Temple of Fra
ternities at World's Fair.
The? regular monthly meetlnc, of the SI1
sourl Fraternal Congresu was held Mon
day afternoon at a tn headquarters. No. ZS
Odd Fellows 'building. The ms-mbcra pren
etit Included the following: T. A. Huey.
Noah M. Glvan. John I. Martin. John S.
Anderson, F. W. Still, n. U. Anderson.
Frank Thorna. W. H. Miller. O. F. Over
beck. R. J. T. White. F. II. Snider. Mrs.
Fannie Can In. Mrs. GInevra L. Miller.
Mrs. Alice Jones. Messrs. Samuel Hols
don. W. S. Streetor. II. V. Meyer and
Herxy Grlmra and C F. Hatfield.
The principal business of Ihe meetlns
was the election of u delegate to the Na
tional Fraternal ConRress. which meeto In
Denver the vvetk uf August Jti. Tne drK
gate choen was Charles f. Hatileld. t-wrc-uiy
of the Missouri Frateruai Congrt.
Many interesting reportu were made ejf
progress in tne Tempie of Fraternity mai
ler. Keprcsentam & 1 rum al nasi half a.
dozen jucletien who liad attended the Su
preme meetings eiuting last, month on
iiounced that appropriations were repotted
that will aggregate not less than S,lU.
One of the pev.ial le.iturea was the Inter
est wnicn tne OreeK abetter Collese fra
ternities are taking in tins matter. Tncre
Iwie lieen two tnt-Lugs ut represcnLitlvcd
-f thefe asocietIe. .ind another int-elltig has
been called for julv ?. at which time It is
untiripalca that an organization win bu ef
fected among the zepresentativcs of tne
UreeK letter societies, by which the moe
rnent can be brougnt beiore the various to
cletleji in their national organizations or
chapters, 'ihis will mean tne interesting
one hundrc-d thousand college fraternity
it was also reported that the Hoard of Di
rectors ct the World's: Fair Fraternal
ilulldlng Association had pastvd u rt-solu
no doubt become a popular feature of the meet
ings, one candidate was Initiated.
west End Council had an enjovable meeting?
at Its last eston. Addresses were made by
llrutners l'uellman. Harm. Iv. lllock and Gil
bert, one candidate was initiated.
A oodmrn of the World.
More than fifty prlies will be given to the win
ners of the dint-rent events 4t tne Fair Urounos
next Sunday, when the Woodmen cf the World
will ceULra'e the twelfth anniversary of the
foundation of the order. J. C Knot, founder of
the orvier. of Omaha, accompanied by other mem
bers of the Sovereign lamp, will lj present and
make an address on the goiel of the rdr-
C'entral camp will meet next Thursday even
inK at the hall of Oakland Camp, uevolsey and
Oravots when all comlttees havtrur the Fair
(Jrounds celebration In band will mKe their re
ports. Au Interestmir, meetinar Is anticipated.
Slvan Camp Initiated one candidate last
Thursdav evening, received two application! nd
had a Urate attencance The Entertainment Com
mittee announced tnt arrangements had been
made for a pnsresMve euchre for the next meet
lne for which many prliea will be donated. At
the ttist meetlnc in Auirust. tne committee an
nounced, there would be a niul. al entertainment
tor the benent of tne camp
Oak Grove of the Ve"imen tlrcle will enter
tain Its members and friends at Chouteau S!ourh
to-day. for which the ladies of the drove antici
pate a grand time The merebtrs ot Sivan and
llenton cami have been Invited, and many
members, of both damps will be present.
Tower Grove Camp held a fisxl meeting last
Saturday evening. Initiated and received one ap-plliailon-
Ily unanimous censent of the camp,
the meeting night was cbansed to the Cnt and
third baturdays of each month
Magnolia e'arop Initiated seren canJklates last
Friday evenlna. and had a very large attend
ance The Kntertalnmsnt Committee ic ported a
great success of their outline last week, and at
the conclusion of the busins meeting refresh
ments were served.
Chopper Camp had another larxe attendance
last Fa-idai, evtnlng. and the clrk disposed of
more than l'.cketa for tha Fair Grounds cel--bratlcn
t.ext SJhJ. Deputy Hughes. Consal
tAHiimander Weiuet. Clerk Johnson anJ others
entertained wl'h addtessea on the good of the cr-
Amrrlca Camp had a very Urge attendame
last Tuesday evening. Initiated one candidate and
iransai ted much routine btulness. Among the
visitor were rast t onsul fornmander Huncan
SL Wilson of Wall lamp. Deputy W. II. Hughes
Sovereign Ampiernan and others, who en!lvn-i
the meeting with short talks on the rood of the
"c.t " I-uls Camp Initiated -three candMatej
WeJ-.eMiav evening, had a large nttendaneje and
Illinois last un.iay The reception accorded
them was a pleasant one The installation of
their officers will take place at their next meet
Inar Thev are determined to surprise the Grand
Iidee officers, who have promised to be present,
be Marine a larre class of candidates to Initiate.
Enterprise lnlxe members intend to Initiate
lea members at their next meeting They have
decided to change their meting place from Twenty-second
street and Franklin avenue to No. 5S01
l-ranklln avenue. Their future meetings will be
held on the second and fourth Frldaya In each
month. Nothlna; less than nve new members at
each meetlax will satisfy them.
KjilRhta Jinel Iiilles of Honor.
Missouri Lodce had a cod attendance at Its
last meeting. The business of the evening hav
Inr been transacted, a atencral d scusslon fol
lowed for tne eood of the order Many of those
prejent had teen disappointed at the postprine
ment of the picnic on Saturday, June IS. on ac
count of the c-avy rain llrothers Kelly. Htern,
Wolfsfeld anl Howard made brief remarks.
Oak Lodge reports a good meeting One ap
plication was recehed and one candidate was
initiated with Its Impressive ceremonies Ilrlef
remarks was made by Brother Araenda. Powers.
Stortnant. Cralc and Murphy for the good of the
Mound City I1ge received one application and
reinstated three members.
Mount Olive Lodze had a large attendance.
Three apptlcntlcns were received and one candi
date was Initiated. Elxht applications are pend
ing A verbal report was received from the trus
tees In rtaranl to the real estate. Brothers Ram
sey. Darntraeger. Cochran. Cole and others made
Lincoln Id;e was well attcee-d The topic
of discussion was the recent changes In laws
made at the Iat session of th- Supreme lVHlze.
llrothers Schafer. AlewelL Wedel and Kurhl took
an active part.
Hremen Ladre received four applications at Its
last meetlne The members are hustllnc. llroth
ers Ilonn. llartman and Jamea made addresses.
The plcr.Ic to celebrate the twenty-ninth anni
versary on June 2$ vs. postponed on account of
rain to Julv It. at the sirae slaee. Rimoiu Park
All tickets Issued for June J3 will be honored on
IF YOU HAV
E $1.00 1
ON DEPOSIT WITH THE
Gommonwealth Trust Company
312 North Broadway,
YOU RECEIVE THE SAME CAREFUL CON
SIDERATION AND COURTEOUS TREAT
MENT AS THE MAN WHO HAS THOU
SANDS TO HIS CREDIT.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
WHETHER IT BE LARGE OR SMALL.
Commonwealth Trust Company
Ancient Order or ITnlteel 'Workmen.
Farriers lyrtre held s; public lnstallat'en and
entertainment last Wednesday nlcht, which wa
wel' arencX hr the tn-rrbrs of the lodge, their
families and fr!ena -"1-e hat: wa" crowded
to lt capacity, alt'ru ucn the e-enlng was rathe
warrn. Amont: the prominent visitors present
were Clara II ilnrrll. d-rutv arrand chle' cf
honor Supervising Soiictto- llenrv Itiehnln-S-
llcltor M A. .'Ilrjlns anI mothers alvai of
iHaiiiri w.iiir, auii,"i aril rwiier ii nrinu
mmii preparatlcns for the annual excursl.in to , 1, and many ethers ivru.y Grand ef I
Pacific. Mo. on July K. The camp donaw j- ef Honor Oara It. Mu-f-i dlir-i-d an nterss':-
for a hanisonw. priz f -r the Fair (.rounds cete- . nJC Hlj4r en the rrf c honor r.rd the pro-
lratlon. antl promises a targe attendance of its 1 atrtmme of entertalamertt -entered w as f.il-
members. . I lows I1an stifo. A. Ixlloy Jenks; songs. Jas.
At a mceUnc of the O-seeral Committee, Thurs- T ucAnuIty. violin &. S-Te.1 Meyer- Irish ard
day evening chairman William I rlan. presld.str. dutch .l-vnces. MIj Mln'.le U-iHa-t: anel Vl
! L1..1 .-jmn, uhentttel r ports, and the twelfth Tv)ilj ItenrlnM- nn V-tii-.t Vl.rA fines'
tioA tenaliVaTin ,Sm F.ir thr.iav rnnT of ' aSnlVsTsaS eelrtral tn at the Fair Croon ! next . OkrTcVi.. Hare IDor.i 'soni's Mr .'has S wT'
lion extending tne lime.- for trie pajment of . jjllnda wt'n a ,,-at success. Kxcursions from c,-: recltatlen. tl lVxbnln.t mvie Ukv. Mr. A
contribution:., which will come In mail Bnfte7"Jn.l ?amp of the Fute of Missouri , twis rtano ele--n. Profe.,.,r w li? id
amounts In small amounts from the various 1 represented by "cheppets ' expect to parrlclpi'e Mr: maalc lantern lectures, m. a margins itd
lodges and lmiivldjals all oer the countrj. in addition to many visiting "choppers' ' from He-ry Roehnlne Th Mi"iri; ne t.fti.ets
not later than January 1. lSnC All of I Evansville an.1 Vlncennrs. lie". ..--. ' wtrJ Installs.! '"ast raaster nernvin. A K.
the large contrlhu'lon.- irom arious socle- The ladies or l! "" "!jHC J13I1. in,"'-,B?;l,r, ',r!.',',, A t"'-?' """
.1 ...v v..., -,-.., .- ,k... i.akj -e I t.i choorers and the(r friends, which maa a . man. E I" P. J-nk nreeseer rark riraves:
. r . i Zn n T J .T eT. wl Vtm ot tMt Muil niilnt l I rtmtW, C K. I'of-w.ll. financier. Teo F
tees, to be ntid until called for by the 5 ,,.., wednesv ifiertHns meeting in. receiver. vSs vi w.iscti: ei.;.!e a
ISoanl ef Dlrt?ctors. Insuring a proper ex
penditure only when a sunlclenl amount
lias1 been raised to fully erect, equip and
maintain the building on the magnificent
The secretary aLsc announced that the
Kxecutlve Committee and oftlcersi of the
Hxr-Oiltlon have liven most cordially as
sisting the association In Its work, and. In
fact, have practically turned ovir to t he
association the securing of the conventions
of the various fraternal bocltllcs tint a
are meting irom time to time. ine
association lias become so thoroughly
a part of the World's Fair Press and Pub
licity movement that the Kxecutlve Com
mittee have tendered the association a
room in the Laclede building for Us head
quarters. At the last meeting of the Board
of Directors this tender was accepted.
Tower Grovei Woodmen Circle. No 7T, had a
verv tileasant atternorn al tnelr meetlne on last
Turkcfa. Tncre sis a verj Urge attendance.
j ..... - .,li., .....4 IV ...... .r,. . . . . ".. -
tw, canutdates will lie iriiiii-i. ' ".-" t a-iiipy jrne,. ns u wir-virosn. ,v. la. v.cs
Guardian Isahella Powell, wnn net- am- "-- i grove. out-Me witjhn
ant-promises, a mrst Interestlrr and entertalmrg
meet'ng lerooers ino cnws- .-,-
KNIGHTS AX1 UUIES OF "O.NOIt
Supreme Protector U B Ix-kard spent Wedr.-.
neday an.1 Thurda or last weeic at ll; ran.l
Islge office He atterded a l.-lge meeting at
Magnolia Lmlge Wine-day evening He de
parted for lensburg. 111. accompanied by the
gran I protector John f O'Keefe. where they
will Initiate a clsss of fifty candidates.
Magnolia. No MSI. m-rr.hers were out en masse
at their meeting U-t Wednesday evening, the
occasion blnr a sp-clal visit paid to the lob"
by Supreme ITotect -r X It Ix--kard. lran.1
I'rntector John I O Keefe and ether gnrn.1 of
ficers were also present, also visitors from West
rate. Kxcflsior. Silver Star, lrvlnr Chou:es.u.
Gnmett Hyperion. Oak. ImperUl. Myrtle and
Ully rive candMatrs received the degree and
a numler of applications for membership were
received. An excellent prrgramme of tecltatlona.
sonats and music concluded the pleasure of "ine
of the most successful events In the history of
the lodge .,
Seymour. ?. ixa, promis-Ti v wm n .!-
'UfKi.j. Tnere was. a veo urge attendance. syj .1: : .eiiTU C VCU. at trV is.t meet,
lsitars from Maple Iaf and OJjen Kod circle. ! P"-1" V""1: "f, "'iSr i,tec?lon SoTl
emg present... Three .applications were received , Jr.? ' JKdird JZSTl" 1.
I ation to help piy the expenses fcr the cel.'bra
I cnouteau Ixdee. No IC! will meet next Tucs
1 cur evening The Installation of officers will b
held as well as the ln.t'ation of a number of
J candldstes. . ...
Triumphant. No. wis. nas as"uea a specuia an-
ano five candidates Initiated Cnder social en
1. talnmnt, Mrs lsocior Muncitow rendered a
verv nrettv selection entitled "Where Are You.
lean?". Sovereign Mary Smith and Mrs. Mattle
Marty sanir "He Has Wandered From Home."
and Miss Edna Mar Cvans also rendered some
Piano selections. Master Munchow. with his vlo- ii?&t&'Zmrxiai;ii
iln. accompaaled Mlta Edna Evans oa the Pisco, . viS til ?.?nl?r firT elS villi
after which ice cream and cake were servei The "i .iLc.Siv, .t""''... "..JiK-T. i.
dldalcs. An entertainment and hop will foltoj.
Initial Idge. No. I. initiated three candl'-at.
and InsUllol officers fcr the ensuing term. A
social was ativen at the clo-e of the evening, at
which a large number of the members and
friends were present and enjoyed the affair
Ceilutrbla. No His. enjoyed a large tutn-out at
their meeting Tuesday evening. ecrtary t.nas.
Visitors declared Tower Grove Circle the banner
circle of !l- fouls. They are going tn have a
euchte at their meeting on July 8. "All visiters
Knltrhta and I.ndlea of Security.
T a ranevsw sfssvffssaaMl avtt M s. . Aat
In 1U new home. No! M CiTston aveiiiae. Sivuf- BgMman deUvered four relief fund certificates
Aa' oranlnp thaw tlri vitr eaii. .Vllnel . 0 11W 111171 tTni.
c.ndM.,e.,othw.thl?ndlng the extemelyln- I ,. i VE '"Z'rt1.
ielil " ..," -' - ...... - - .- -- .n-
imnn. 2 n fVlleetme,ter
Grand Masfr vv ".rn'i Miller Is en of the
city visiting tod- In th im-rlir of the Ppvtc.
He atterfle,! tbe vonrth of July celeh-atl-m given
It Empire Iylg. N-- . a Pletvlsville. Mo..
wher he depver! an add-ess-.
ilrand nscinle - Ilenrr U. Mever attcntTed the
Fourth of July ete;r-,tkKi at I3v!na. Ho , given
by KJvlna '.rsle- :. .it .1ni the :eh.e In
that vktnlty. wV-e h e3e!:ve.l an ailjress on
St IjviIs Ida:e on July I had one of Its old-tlm-
meetlne and entertained members cf Den
ton !yla Ilrcther Ilvmes of falraro. HI..
Supervising Solicitor Henry Ilrohnlr.g arxl Sldlcl
tnr M A Illrtrlns were present and InstallM the
officers for the ensu'nc terra. All visiters as
well as nre!hers !loenI.!c and Hlgctna made
verr encourarlng and Int-restlns ad.lresses. The
newlr Installed nfflc-ra eseh r'edVreJ himself to
further the Interests of t-.e order. aftr which
the lodce close.! and all partook of lleht re
freshments and lunch
rtentr.n Iidre. No ?I. on last Thursday even
ing installs! Its ofScere. after which a repast
was Indulged In. during which an elaborate pro
arramme of en'e-ta nment was envyed Among
the principal feature were llrother Hen Ilolfes
an.1 his famous eultar end mandolin club: Bro
ther Geo-ire J Sand. Jr . whl.Ulnr atenlu-; Uro
ther Adjm Hessel. G-rmsn comedta-i. IIrcthr
hiZ "'l1- ""V0"- s,r naggett. vocalist,
and a number cf others
Times In Valley " response by Past Resent l"ha.
R Cox The Memter'llp Leacue KsceLslnr. '
tesponse by President Uus P Huebn'r "alur
Future, response b Gracd Regent K. II. Bvcon
A roemctl at Granite C tv. Ill . ha lust ben
institutes, wnn ntty charter memtiers. The srani
officers cf Illinois were present and attended to
the routtn- work ef Institution. By Invitation.
Forest Park C-unclI exemplified duty In Its
o-vn unapproarhahle manner. A large number of
vlrltor fr m St !ouls were rree-nt. who were
met hcspltsbiy entertained, and succeeded tn
res chine their h'm In time fcr breakfast w.th
Omrfn Hill Coun'll WH! ulye Its annual
rtesmboat exrurven Julv ?5. Tne usual perfect
arrangements- will b mv.Ie to Insure the safety,
cemfeirt and rleasurr ef those who attend.
Chevall-r tveunrii met July 2 and St. Charles
Council July S. The arenlus ef th season presM
ed. an.! patriotic exercises characterized both
Henrv S Pee-k of Compton Hill Council, who
recently nrcanlxed three new councils In Southern
Illinois, has his eve upon several promising points
In Missouri, at which he will undertake to repeat
Peputy Supreme Keren! E. Urdsav Grler.whose
Ianora In Missouri last year were so productive
of atocvl result, will pav a flying visit to St.
lu!s ,lurlne July, en route ti Iedlana. where
he will inaugurate a "campaign of eilucatlon
Knlelata of Pstlalua.
,-,t. i "tlmated that somewhere near MO.nOO
Knights of 1-ythUs and their friends will make
the pilcrlmare to San l-'ranclsco In August next.
i-or this event all the overland railroads have
made especially tow raees "r,e r,tie.i.M. .
cfferlng every hospitality. A feature of the re-
YOU CAN BE CURED! No Pay Until Proven,
No matter what vcur disease or sickness Is. no matter how discourage! ou are, don't give ui
hope until ycu have c nsj:tcd the experts ot the WcrSI's Health tnslltu'e rter w.ll utelv cure
ycu. no matter haw 1- nic yea have suffered or how many doctors say vou ate hepebae. They have .
discovered an entirely new system cf cu-e. new me.ii-ines new apparatus and new Ideas, and so'
tontVlent are thy that thev have at last fcund the true paracea (or all tils that they wl.l not
take a cent unless yota admit th-t yo a are cure.!. "No Cure No Pa" is their motto.
If you have any cf the following diseases call a-d "ee tbero free of charse. and ycu win not ba
expected tc pav until you are curee! They cure- Ilhcnmntisn:. iirriraiitrla. atomacix
trouble, larnrt dlseaine, liver complaint, klilncy Ireiulile. lelooel ami skin dis
ease, blnddrr troalale. deafness., coma niptlon, aathnia. falllntTMlirht. catarrh,
bronchitis, partial pumlysls. locomotor atn.lln. wraLnrvs, dreipxy. eont.
arrofula. pile, ail d sessea peculiar to ladles- Treatment absolutely free until cured.
CONSl't,TATION FREE TO ALL If von cannot come la terscn write a brief history of yen?
cas" and we will tell vou what to do fre of charge.
Have rcur eyes ard ear examined by the celebrated Oculist and Optician. P. J. UcGOWEN.
M I I.U D Spectacles prefer!, fitted.
WORLD'S HEALTH INSTITUTE, 2923 Morgan St., St. Louis.
representatives to tl-e Grand Lodge: U. J. Mc
Laughlin. Henrv Knarcm and George A. Fry
arge attendance cf memlers were present and
a smoker given
Lafayette Lodir- No US. had a very larga
attendance of member, and visitors at their
conventlcn. June Ii. Fifty members were presenr.
and bail as many visitors. The election of Grand
Lod.e representative resulted In the election of
llrothers Jungllng. HIdra and Allen: alternates,
llrof.ers c. C Horn. F. Horn and Darling. W
had the pleasure of seeing ag reat many members-
present thit have ceen absent for soma
time. The ranks of I "ace and Esquire were con
ferred on several candidates and next conven
tion work in the Page and Esquire and Knight
Pythagoras Lodge. No. IS. at list session elect
ed I'atX Chancellors Edwin Ettlnger and A. P.
Rodger representatives to the Grand Lodge and
II. Ettlnaer first and H. P. Mach second alter
nate. Quite an Interest was taken by the mem
ber". It reejnlting four ballets to determine who
should be- the second representative. Pythagoras
will begin rank work In July by conferring rank
of Page at the next convention.
Zulema Iyvfge. Nc. SZU at Its last regular con
vention elected thee followlnc brothers as repre
sentatives to the Grand Lodge: Paul Redrn and
Frank J Vollmer. with llrothers S J. Mahara.
and O. M Brooks a alternate after which a.
vety enjoyable smoker was engaged In. The semi
annual report, which I nearly ornpleted shows
th! lodce to be In a very prosperous condition.
Wabash Lodge held Its regular meeting with
officers In their respective chal-. Several visit
ing brothers appeared. Very little business of
Importance wa transacted. The Uniform Rank.
Wabash Davlston. No. JS. of Missouri, met Fri- -day.
June rr. for the purpose of getting mustered
an wian tne aia or i;ea v.toss invasion. MaJr
ceptlon will be lg arches that will span th' R A Drill presided. Grand V C c o! FL-eme.
The Orators' Association helj a v.ery lnterestlac ' JLi ,, 'VS?.. "." -rntIsco They are to b- i of General Camahan's staff, was there, accom--
neetins- at "llreltllcg " Several of the orators ::TTL"..'.. .i'r..!' rn'"-. iw material is paniea try several
clement weather. One epea meeung will be be:
eacn azicnin nereaiaer.
I'rlde of the West had a good meeting last
Wednesday evening. Two application cards were
received and arrangementa made for a lan
party. July 19. at Reservoir Park: all members
and their friends are cordially Invited.
Garfield Council had a well attended meettrg
last Thursday evenlnr: Three candidates wete
Initiated. A change ot hall and time of meeting
has been made. Hereafter the council will nee,
at No. 3619 Easton avenue on th second and
fourth Thursday evenings of the month.
Twentieth Century Council reports a apex!
meetlnt Wednesday, with an Initiation of tores
candidates; next rrarular meeting the ISth lnt.
at I-a Sl! Hall, corner of La Salle and Cali
Security's "surprise" last Monday evenlne
was a arrand success In the way of a "sarpr: e"
to sister Emma E-Ush. the worthy vice presi
dent of the council It being the time cf her
Icave-taklrg. a she --es to Chicago to spend
'he summer. Wisdom ""puncl! was present In a
body and raptured Security, heart and soul.
Anvnor ond Harmony councils were well repre
sented, itmther TatllEar made the etracMU
ST. LOUIS AERIEw NO . FRATER
nal Order of Eagles, will meet on the
second Wednesday of July and August.
Beclnnlcg with September 10 meetlnrs
Will be helj. each Wednefder ae S n t-i
at Havlin's Hall Sixth and Walnut streets.
rONRAD KEMPF W. P.
Jno. A- Gernez. W Secretary. 1007 Chestnut st.
ORDllR OP SCOTTISn CLATvS.
CLAN DOCGLAS. no. x nnny-rt
cf Scottish Clans, meets first and
third Tuesdays of each month at
PIelstlckers Hll, corner Grand and
Easton avenues. Vlsltine rinumin
cordially Invited to attend.
CHA3. S. -MALTilNZIE. Chief,
No. ES3S Etael avenue
Attest: George A. Dnace. Secre-
&. try. Nc SSU Kossuth avenue.
I ufcxPy si
At Xevr York Hotels.
New York. July 3. Among the arrivals at
tbe note's here to-elav were, the follnvvlnir
St, Loul C 11. McMillan. S. A. LiRue
and Mrs. LaKue. Valdorf ; J. fa Pyeatt. IU
F. Show. Herald Square: J. B. Arnold. Hoff
man: E. A. Benson. Continental; J. E.
Moldnor and Mrs. Moldnor. New Amster
dam; W. S. Robinson. Bartholdl; A. E.
French. Gllsev; W. A. Barton and Mrs.
Kansas City E. P. Badger and Mrs.
Badger. Imperial: Miss R. C 'Wilder, St.
Denis; J. A. Wood. Victoria.
St, Joseoh J. Rlngcld. Hoffman: R. c.
Wheeler. Herald Square.
Springfield. Mo. R. Tupper, E. X. Tupper.
Herald Square. ,
speech of the evenlne tolloweil in an able man
ner by Deputy National President Drother
Snider and Rrother Smith of Harmonv. T'-e
"big three" trustee. Rrother Watt. Monrce
and Ilarnes (with their corrrrpemdlnir smiles)
were much in evidence, and overshadowed enly
i-T me uvniinii m.ii iimxiier iaraTsrasr aausic
slnglrg and dancing were enjoyed until a late '
hour by the rnerrv two-sterpers.
Anchor Home CTnuncll had a eooJ meeting las: West Gate Lodce In the laudable unccrtaklcg. He
Wednesday evenlne with President Mrs. Alice I says that they can rueeeeu in nuti ni the nan
Jones tn the chair O. A. Rlumtnthal of the i ner from New Tork. The entire Suoreene LMtr
t". S Navy ship Dixie, who I home on a ten I officers will pav them a visit and decorate each
days' furlough, after an extensive crul"e In fcr officer with a recalls Although the undertaking
attendance ef the member wa In evidence
Mav Pell. No. JJOS, conilnues to have well-attended
meetlrc At tfce tast meet na two tandl
elates received the decree and a number of appli
cations were read
Goethe. No. Mi:. ha! a good attendance last
Wednesday evening Secretary Meyer adireesed
the meetlnc under the awod of the order.
Anchor. No. 1171. Installed officers last Thurs
day eveninar anJ Initiated candMates.
Olive llranch Ln.1ce, In e-aiondetee. under the
leadership cf Sister Fot. have resolve.! thy must
have sw members on the roster before the caos
of the present jear The past record made by
till- lodce Is second to none In the state It t
neelss to say we expect to fee this more than
Pearl Itge had a large turn-out of their mem
bers at their ast meeting Ec:ion of ntner
took tilare. re iRIng as folios, s. p.tst protector.
Henrietta Whart 'a. protector. John lalla. vice
protesteer. Knima O'Keefe; secretary. Kessle
Whsrton. financtsl secretary. Thetesi Peitas.
treasurer. Charle Hurte. chaplain. L-mlra Kins,
rran. atulde George Otter, guar-llart. Claude
Dickson, sentinel. John Walsh. After the elec
tion an entertslnment followed. Rrother Hurst
and Sister Pa'la are determined that Pearl
1-nJic at the close er the coming term will pas
th hundred mctk There are few b.Ice in the
rlty which epcourace and keep ua the social fea
ture., ami adhete to It at atl time, k this
lode In a letter received frrm the errand nen.
tectrr from llrother t.oc.hanl he request that
tbe test wishes be m"eye-t to the member ef
elgn waters in tne last eighteen months, wvs
Initiated and mest warmla- welcomed hr his
many friend In this council. Anchor Home ha
plannel a picnic for the near future.
Anchor ejnuncll had a good meeting, initiating
three candidates. Rrother Winkle, president of
Garfield Council, filled the chair and Instilled the
new officers elected to fill the vacancies ccca
sloned by the removal from the cltv of Brother
Kavelfr and DrllL Next meeting. July 19.
At the reauest of several councils, the ban
quet which will b civ en by the Advisor' Coun
cil has been postponed until September on ac
count of tne prosp-ctive not wearner
Future Great council I easily the winner of
tbe silver-mounted gavel to be given to the
council which initiated tbe tar.rest number ot
canaioatrs nv juiy a. ine cnmusiasci wnicn
cbtalns In tbl csuncll is enccutaginc to the
advisory officers. At the last meeting elsbt can
didates were Initiated and several applications
Eureka Council continue to have work at every
meeting. The of flcera of this council hav e shown
that ry a rrooer effort the order will continue
tn arrow, even durtnc the hot weather. The scribe
of Eureka reports that the treasurer Is cow con
valescent and will soon be at meetings again.
One candidate was Initiated
Tbe ctw business Introduced by the officers)
of Iramboe Council at the last meeting brcucht
out Um fun membership and tbe draw tags will
cf this lodce Is a heavy ene, the nropeets are
very einxnt ani tneir amiu.on win r.e accom
plished Clover Leaf Ledge had a large turn-out at their
meetlnc Thursday evening ne candidate waa.
Initiated and s-veral appl catlrns r-c!veiL Elec
tion af officer took "ine. wh'ch re"ted a, f0I
lows, all betnar unanimously elected: Part p-otec-tor.
E. M. Mwehan: protector, w a. iimwn:
vlre protector. Slter Cox: secretary. Charles
Kllnze: flnarv-ui secretary. F. Gold.rnlth: treas
urer. Fred Rergman; chapnvln. tjlly Marhoff:
guide. Annie Laffer: lardla". E. J. Murphj:
sentinel. Frank Cox; plcnlst. Clara Fisher. SIs
ter Rsrarman of this lodce Is vlsltlnc In Chirsco.
IIL Messrs. Wnmer. Kllng and Bergman claim
tht before the close of the term of tbe present
officers Clover Leof Lvdge will have passed the
Snnset llare members, under the leadership
ef Breeher xefrr,e.. eti ei-eetcr. nre -"ranrlnr
acr enercetac wora. mn are atermlced
ei.aD'n,. whlcb was much regretted. After
partaking of refreshments short talks were In
dulged In. from which valuable Information both
to tie council and to the crators was derived.
It Is hoped that at the next meeting all the ora
tors of the city council will attend.
Victoria Council had the roost enthusiastic meet
lnc of year. Th-re waa a large attendance of
member and m-Vsy visiter. Amonc the latter
were Grand Regent F II Racon. Regent Aucust
II Moeller e.f North Hnd. W L. I'errlncer of
r.a-i-n. at ai names or carr Lane. John P
Kershaw of Valley, 3 B. Cbuehman of Compton
Hill TV Dall Groves of Mound Cltv, P. J Glv
nan of Missouri. Doctor E. F Rrady. Past Re
lent of farr Line, and W J McShane of Wash
ington. II. C. Three candidate were Initiate!.
Fred R Wlnthers entertained the meetlnc with
rones and Georce Melltln of Missouri tUunclI cave
cne of his Inlml'able recitations. Short address.,
were made by the cran-I regent and several vis
itors. Missouri Council I renewing ber youth under
the energetic leadership of Recent P J. Glvnan
Two application were received at the last meet
lne. Th. attendvnee wa lsrire. the visitor being
Orard Officer F It Racon. R R. rtenner. Jerei
IlaMeman. U J Me!er- ty M Hake. E. II
Rlcklev. Angus' Cal Recent Jsmea Clausen cf
Vlctcrla August II Moeller of North End. John
V Kershaw of Valley and members of sister
council J. R Green favored the meeting with
Instrumental olee and ajdrese were nuri. h
Grand Rrgert Racon and a number of the vis
Mentor Council never held n more Intere t!rg
meeting than It last The attenlsnre wa rort.
routine buslnet prcmptlv transacted, and the re.
malnder of the evsnlnc devote.! to entertainment.
The talent specially provide.! was first-clars aid
consisted of songs hv Henry Schnak wnlstllnx
sole hy Arthur Tolk. and Instmmrntal selec
tlcn by Charle ir Kreh. which wer Int r
spersed with varlou entertilntnr numbers vol
unteered by the members present, all of whoen
entered heartily Into the spirit of th cccaslon
an I contributed the very best fre-m their stor-a
cf rongs. aneolite. conurdrums. etc Eve-y-bv
participated, and. therefore, evrrybn-ly was
Plraed. the unanimous Judgment being that 'he
meeting was a ccnspicUTUs sueeess. !te;ent TV
a.. (.lues ana nis ornc ai a.soe'aies rrrp se o
have every future meeting of Mentor cinally en
tertalnlnr. Hrlef sddrepre. were mnde hr w II
Muslck. J C Jone. are! TL Mestemarb-r. Re
gent John E. Oasklll of south Erd Co'nc"l ws
a visitor, and received some valuable Idros
which he will apply In his own council.
Forest Park Council had an oM-tlme meeting,
with Regent James O. Rrsborough In the 'hair.
Two applications wre read, and four candidate
Initiate!. Under dutv xvll the me-t'nr vis
entertainer wnn vocai soaos oy itr. F-eeie'lck-wlth
Mis, Keenek a accompin'st; In-trrrent!
muslr by Mis Kceneke and Walwort Jenkins.
Th certainty of a pleaslns entertainment at ev
ery meetlnc of Forest Park bring, tn member,
cut In larare number, regardless of the wea'hr.
Oxark and llvnner e-eunclls on Wetinedsv unit
ed In a plcle at Dcllc lark. Sprlngflell. Mo.
which wa attended by a laige and foroug' 1 r
select crowd. It wa completely eurce"fnl.
viewed fr"wn every standrrvlnt. and many c-ra-pllmenUrr
remarks were made unon th- ex-el-lent
managemrt which had produced so satls-
xactory an evert
to ! entirely of California pmluction and com
posed of the chfifrese flR.t r.r... wa.. . j
eral In the State. The main arch will be 73
feet in width and SS feeit In hefcht. The ex
terior Is to resemble Ivory, trimmed with T0(
Hl. "- E?.rla.nds 'f Mch ,rch- ,v freathV of
i'5. 'J?0 "-eandeents. SW arc lights. 1X1
ind emblems'' CW"de-. fiags. pennants
Damon Ledge. No. H. elected the following
well-known face. 4 free rerM
mony ins anuers sat eiown to a spread which
was of note, for the ladies In charge spared no -
time or labor In preparing the same. After the
luncheon the newly made company formed in1
lines and exhibited some of Its talent, which waa-
very good for the young beginner. The crowd'
was then entertained by recitations and songs. ,
and the long hours were too short and tbe crowd
began to disband satisfied of having had a pleas-
to the e th-t r-st will do her sha'e toward th
naieo increase rr new merpreer an MIsrntirl
wan. (,, i- JUUirea "V in. .wiuio cou now pr ft.. The testnte ha, Peen a eI fry e-Ire ai-v
"V . . , . . . ! Increasing the membership ee VaKey. and gar
v."r'rv..Sur ,ntrbr!. "r'Je''r?n!nJ y mt ' eeeond bamuet th Mercantile cinb on
Frtendsblnjrer the prlie off -re. I by the grand , Saturday eysnln- After an elerant menu had
protctor. They expect to In' tlate ten new mem- t-e-n dlsrwed of. s-r-fme-t and respen.es a
ISSJS?'L.,S5I Jrhee,.l,.S' SSfi '"- ' !?"" Wfdatr th-.hapoy .Sffince o'
rmlned i Valley Crunch's Mmbereh p Lerirue ha an en- I
antkl- I roll ment of over Va. with 7u p. Hnehner a '
rt. and rresldent and Jiwph Hlse a i-reurr treasurer.
by the I Th lescue ha been a e-cst fff e'tee arenrr in I
eutncient to enanie tnem in claim victtr over
Friendship. Sttrr A'ennde- assisted by the
efficient secretary. I deservlnr ef irreat credit
fcr the showinc made. The members of Myrtle
Lodxe. chaperoivM by Sister Turner, were the
guests cf several of their fMeedi who live In
Pt Recent Franc! E. Onolc aa toistmaster:
Tbe Roal Arcanon." response by Saprem
Vice Regent A. S. Robinson- -oar Record In
Vlfsoorl," rTonse by rsst Grnd Recent Jer
Haldeman- "Valley Council as Sj,,, j, To-Da
response by Regent JoSa P. Kershaw; "Old
i, t,temb?i Jle ourl PaclHc Railway and
Iron Mountain Rn.,e- . ..., r. ,,i."v,lf..."r..
! SfoHo'S riat5 Jn, O'orado 'o": T? Denver.
Colorado Springs and Pueblo, from St, Louis. Mo., J2I.00:
Kansas Citv. Jro.su rn. s.,t,i. vr. nim.c. ,'.!J'
.. ,,. M ,. '-'.,",'4"v'" -ujwAvi sumrpo,
tSr?ii?T ieTJ,..n H.,,3r-M"-J" : JopHn. Mo., JltxiO;
h?liuinlrw:,JR Clenwood Springs. CoL. and return. the rate will
DC JI0.C0 higher than those qcoted to Denver. CoIoradoSprfngs and Pueblo.
n.. . ., SERVICE AND EC.UIPMENT.
SiW Oilman 'Sling'ra-and erv.tfo'n'pirlor
SertrtelnS. " U CaIte' 2ht," electricity and cooled by
iv,. Js'V.i? mcr5 pIe?"a.t nd economical place to spend a vacation
lli.ihLmo,a.3Ui'5? 2f Colnio. Pamphleti. folder and descriptive
Gefparernl00 ag'"ieatl Company-. ageaUoTS'Se
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