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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH S, 1903.
HAPPENINGS OF WEEK
AMONG THE LODGES.
Iloyal Arcanum (intud Officer Ilrffln
Their 5trlns: 1 tslt to A arlon
ConncIlM and Report Much
GranJ Hec-Tit F 31. lUcon nnJ other pran-1
orilcr win make official iIt this week ai
follows: Monday xo LMmar Council, accompuniM
b Cabatme; ?dncla to North tnd CVmnc.t,
accompanied by Jctorla; l-ridm lo Benton coun
cil. Aet-ompanied In aIlo Council.
The Repent ..Hclat.on had inAtat:I and
pleas-am iiM-tUnr. the attendance was iHrjre and
moit encuumalnfi ifiort- wen1 made, l'ast Kr-
' tent C Jl. Miller isf Setalla CVuncll ias a suet
.nd mad a rtulnjj addreF.
coin p ton lltll Cot roil rooltcj tera. appli
cations and had lour Initial Ion-. Jiej;ent J.
Kui-crman pro-Mini:. The occaeloi. a tne linn
crucial lJtlt of the princ i"rl. Tne h.;fl ,a
tilled to merflonlnsr. nearb &' icmbera bemcr
Jreent. Thcrt were aWo present Mijut-me ic
tejtent A. si Robinson. 1'ast Ctand Recent P 1.
Jlnley of Tennese. tirand Officer 1. il. lUcon,
J. K. Ga;kill. A. Pet Inc. J. C Klillnxrtn. K.
z: il. Hake, ii, t Wttcott and r. v. laim-r.
Klk Council nent a large detention, headed by
Urgent Joseph Ilutcr. A delegation .a alv)
present from .South Knd Council and iwmber-
of other councils. Orator K. li. Vy prrnted
nn elaborate entertainment and addresses wt.it
Trad" by vtItors
fclona Council had one application, one in
itiation and leeched one rcrrror l card. ISe
fc jrent Jam CTauvn rreMdin. Dutv 17 con
flated cf pones by K. II. Vintner". ,ntnunenul
n.ulc lv I. J. Val-h, rrcitatlon b 11. C.
lioener nd an address L l'a-.t Regent A.
Marqutte Council had fix application and one
Initiation Repent J M. hortal pretde(t S)i
T irlct Denutr Grand Recent l. W J Kntffht and
r Jo"tor M Sancfr of ictorla Council iric Ml:
"r. A "Hustlers Corrmlttee" was arpolnled
Rhich -will meet eerv two week. Tfc" coun
cil -krk entertained with voctI and Instrumental
mulc b IS W. CooK. W- 11 Cxcumn Jl. J.
"TToran, A. M. 1'eldes and M. Krri". recitatUns
In- M. J. iKmnes and John ToMn. readlpg bj
.JUoctor N. J Dn-erandan' intereUnj; address
by Ieputy Knicht. - .
" Elk Council had a rouln? mellni: with a
ery larpe attendance. Two npplKatton were
received and two candidate inmate! neceni j.
31utr preideil A J. McAllltr wa' installed
an chaplain. After the council iloM the mm-
bera ilslted Compton Hill Count 11 In a bou. the
occa-ljn beine the Ilrf-t official iMt of the urand
'Council for the resent' campaicn.
- The Membership Iacue of Wk pae a ban-
; auet at th Rreltllnr. tovrr hHnp laid for ilf-
tr Addrews wer made by iirand Recent Ra-
con. l'at Grand Repent MeLr. Grand Trca-urr
llake. Recent Hutier. Iat Rerent Hell. Vice
Repent Hewlett, Crater Ikmdern and Orpanin
" Maxwell A tcocramme wa renjere-l. conlt-
Jnp of ponp by Brother Maxwell. Itowdem and
the tejior. llarrr Mark, all of Klk Council, pi-
ano solas bv rrofe-'?or II. Morpan; ventriloquism
In rrofeor Leclalre, and a monologue b- rro-
TfGGT Maxwell. A new membership league was
"formed, forty members pledclnp themhes to
have a candidate Initiated before thn lat week.
In Jun. The annual entertainment and hop of
i:ik will b plen March IS at Fickwlck Hall. A
aplendld procramme ha been arranped by the
committee, and a lance attendant I expected.
Olivette. Council had a well-attended meetinp
Paat Repent C Gunn pmtded. Deputy Grand
4 Jlepent Mlllarn K. Miller wa present and made
nn encouraptnp and helpful address. Past Repent
. 2r A. Hut iff Id made a detailed report cf the
proceedinpB of the Grand Council It was decided
t celebrate the annharsary of the council, March
K. with a uchre. with haniome prttes and re
freshments at th close. The courcll waa en
tertained with tocal and Intrumental felectlon
by C T. AVlppem and addresses by Orator K. H.
Jerrald and others
Carr Line Council had a ppleidid meetinp, with
Repent Doctor D. y Rrad prwidlns. and about
fty member present. Three applicatlor were
receUed. four candidate initiated and one mem
ber received by card from Proprelie Council of
CWcapo. the member belnp ller.r N. Pchreib-r.
instrumental selections were rendered by A J.
landell. J. S. Raum. a member of Carr Lane.
iha reside at Galena. Kas., wa present anti
inade a capital addre Repent Doctor Brad
also made an effectle addrc Plan were made
for a steamboat eicur-Ian. The meetinp of Carr
Lae March 16 will b a bp event.
-Macon Council bad a pood meetinp, with Repent
Doctor Georne R. Huh pre'ldlnr.
Melro Council had a larpe attendance and re
ceived one application. Repent B. M. urfae
lreldlnp Imirtant busine wa attended to,
artcr which h peasant Impromptu entertain
rar,t .T"1!??. XV' J- Anthony of Ka-Cl-Mo-Ra
Ar?icU and Albert Depaa were visitors and ren
1fred much valuable assistance In the business
Mentor Council had the mest er,thulatlc mett
FlnJu h6try. Repent I Clucas pre
ldd. Ten applications were received and four
candidates Initiated. Arrangement were made
for an entertainment and hep in the near future.
f?uVf? CnrI,7 " .Krfn favored the meetinp
ith Instrumental xnulc and addreM were made
:r,A- P" Verdier. W. H. Mustek and Doctor M.
Forest Park Council was well attended and the
meetinp tharouchlv enjoyed by all present. Thre
candidates were ltiated, R. Puetr. George Wolff
"S'v V"llm Jace. who were deeply impressed
Mith the teautr of the work. Visitor from ev
eral councils were present. The oratonr pro-
fTamroe rnnelsted of piano solos by a blind boy,
lolhmd Howell: recitations bv Miss Ada Mom--"Jit.
-violin solo bj Jerome Colon na. accompanied
bJMls Jones, and recitation by Doctor R. C.
Rlackmer. The next meetinp. fall trip on hU
ratrlck'a evenlnp. Orator Spencer will provide a
Miouri Council recMved one application. In
the absence of Repent P. J. Glvnan because of
JUne-s. w, w. peake presided After buslnes
bad been disposed of the council wa entertained
Ith'sonps and recitations br Messrs. Lasar and
South End Council l.aL five application- Re
Ctht J. E Gartlll prestdinp. A uberiptlon was
made to th Temple of Fraternity. The meetinp
as entenalnrd with instrumental music by
Charles Frederick. Ulutrated sonps bv K Ror
fe;t and addresses b Messrs. Etlth. Gaskill and
Benton Council's last m-etlnp will lonp be re
membered bv those In attendance and the in
trne interest manifested arjl the enthuIam
which prevailed I Indicative of what mnv be
expected of Benton this jear. At the cIoe of
,, the me-t!np refreshment w re erv ed, after
iblch the memten enjojed a snowball ccntcft
nrhlrh wa thorouphly enjojed by all.
The entertainment and hop arranged for Maixh
ifi. at the Uederkranz. Thirteenth and Chouteau
avenue, is to be an affair of th h!rhet mrit.
a the following progrffimn will prove; Mulc
by Tholl'a orchestra: quartette. Miss Ada Black. 1
soprano: Miss Dedle Deprer. alto: George c j
ane. renor; Jonn itonan. nass: recitation. iro
fessor JS. I McDowell: ajto solo. Miss Deprez;
violin solo, Carl Tholl; soprano solo. .Miss Black;
bass solo. John Rohan: tenor solo. George C
Carl: actompanlst. Professor I Hammersteln.
At 10 p m. dancing will begin. At the next
meetinp. March 13. the grand officers will make
their official -visit, acconjpanled by Valley Coun
cil. Repent 'Windhorst expects all members to
Mtrnd and give the visiters a hearty welcome,
fceats for T hare been ordered, but prompt at
tendance will be necessary to secure one. The
"Knickerbocker Quartette wfll furnish ihe enter
iftt.ment. The aympathv of the council la ex
tended to the family of Brother Morris Rederer,
whose sudden death was a shock to all. He
was a regular attendant at the meetings, and his
"Xenial nature made those vVho knew him lore
"The Officers' Auxiliary" Is the title of an or
ganization recently effected bv the Kansas City
counctK composed of the officers and repre
sentatives of the councils of that city, it give
promise of being a most Influential agency In
building up the order. It was decided that all
the councils should unite in a large class initia
tion on the evenlnp of April 30 Officers were
chosen as follows: President. C C. Pickett of
Ka-Cl-Mo-Ra: first vice president. R. W. Tucker
of Gate City; second vice president, G. R. Morpan
of Ka-Ci-Mo-Ra: third Ice president. J. T.
Snodgrass of Westport: fourth vice prel
dent, E. M. Surface of Melrose: secretary, J. F.
Mills cf Melrose.
8. I. Flnley, past rrand resent of Tennessee;
James A. Davi. past grand Tegent of Rhode
Island, and Past Regent C. R. Miller of Seda
lla were visitors at the Grand Council office.
Councils meeting this wek; Mondav, Oraik,
pet mar. Ka-Cl-Mo-Ra. Joachim. Old Guard. Tues-1a)-llrkory.
Kudld. Florissant Valley. Seda
lla. Kaston. 0age. Vandeventer. Mejndav
?Corth End. Thurfrday Valley, KItkwood. Old
Orchard. Gate CItv. Cahanne. I"Tida Benton.
Victoria. Spring River, Poplar Bluff. Saturday
Kn I frit fa f The Mnrcnbera,
In next Sundas'e paper the name of the ten's
winning the cash prites offered by the Great
('amp of Mlsour! will be announced' and check
forwarded. This proposition has resulted In so
much good that vhe Executive Board I con
templatinp making another offer of this character
In the very near future.
The select ball given by St. Louts Division No.
1 was such a succesa that the officers and mem
ber are making arrangements for another, to be
held In the near future, announcement or
which will be made later. It Is unofficially an
nounced that Captain McCready has resigned and
tr-at an election will be held at the next meet-
The committee appointed by St. Louis Camp to
look Into the matter of forming a commander's
and past commander's association will hold a
meeting soon, and the date will be announced to
this committee. The delav has been caused by
w-alting to receive a ruling from the supreme
commander, which ha not yet arrived. A. great
deal of Interest seems to be manifested In this
Proposed association, and It undoubtedly will be
The Joint meeting between Imperial Tent and
Liberty Hive has already- begun to bear fruit.
About 1.00) persons were. In attendance. Much
credit wa gfv"n to Sir Knight Jones II. Parker,
chairman of the Entertainment Committee, for
the programme carried cut. At the review of
Imperial Tent Thursday evening 100 members
were present, eleven applications were received
and four candidates Initiated Th great record
Keeper was present and conferred the degree.
Among the other visitors were Sir Knight Lischer
of Tower Grove Tent and Con. Dat of Iranhco
Tent, The handsome altar top. which was pre
sented to this tent by P. G. C. Huff, was re
ceived with a great deal of pleasure
One of the liveliest and best-attended review
In the history of Tower Grove Tent was held
Monday e enlng with forty-two members and
three visitors present, the occasion hemp a chance
In tho by-laws and the election of a finance
keeper. Sir Knight Saartout wat elected to fill
that position. Three candidates were initiated.
Interesting remarks were made bv Sir Klght
Jones H. Parker, W. S. Campbell and W. A.
fcommers. Refreshments were served after the
The degree team of Busy Be Tent Is now In
rood condition and la receiving plenty of prac
tice at every ret lew, Monday evening six ap
plication were received and two Initiated. On
the lth of March the tent will have a large cla
of candidates and the team Is making special
preparations for this event. Commander Woolan
extends an Invitation to all air knights In the
State to be present at this review.
Commander Toftle of Crystal Tent received one
of the biggest surprises of bis life at the last
review, held Tuesday evening. The members of
the tent presented to him an emblematic ring,
and the genial commander wa bo affected that
he could not respond. This tent ha made splen
did progreesj under Ills guidance and expects to
make a good record dnrlng 1W3. Three candidate
-rere Initiated in, the short form. G. R. K.
Fommera and Commander Date were present In
the Interest of the Relief end Employment
Bureau, and ucceeded In having the tent -to
arpolnt delegate for the next meetinp of this
Tlroard. The Great Camp degree? team will ex
emplify the work for this tent on Tuesday even
'inr, March 17.
"Oak Hill Tent Is maklnp arrangement for the
.,.. .n fiin trt is lvn at Gross a Hall. MOr
ran Ford road and Juniata atreet. Thistcnt J
(believes in brlnginp its social features to the
front, the result being a conservative increase In
MIourl Tent held it regular review last week,
I with a good attendance of members and all the
iifflcen ijreem. Ttto appllcaUo.ns were received.
I Several members are reported on the sick list.
but none ot them in a oanperou conuuion. Alt
er the review was cloccd an interetlnp entertain
ment was held. Mr Knight Iosho of Tower
Grove Tent was precnt. Thl teht is making
propre.. and extnvt to reach the 300 mark be
f(t Januars 1. I'i "
lort-five members of Hall Tent were present
at the last review Nine application were re
ceived and two candidate Initiated This tent
nn secured irun prominent w hole ale mer
chant in Washington avenue; and is hull liti up
us mrniier-nu wnn me iest ot n"airril Kn
evidence In this tent"
imirJ.ee u coStlnulnff
We manner The at?
nuiatm i vrrv muen in evidfi
and the Entertainment Commttt
I to do its dulie In r 'ranatile n-
. ttndance ha iiHTeaej conlderabtv
I WeaneMla evfntnp American Tent reclrated
I it tenth anniversary and had about 1W mem
1 bcrs present This tent wa Instituted ten vears
ago with twent-two charter members, ahil to-
nay ha a membership of "04 and over JI.5M in
i It teneral fund. With Sir Knight Cafe a
riininunder and Mr Knights Obrock and Berber
-f(iii hi it uie niociai anair or tins tent, tnei
1 no doubt but that it will inike an increase this
jearof vi members. Seven candidate were ini
tialed, the creat commander conreiTlnp the so
CKfi Uo,',' Interesting remark were made bv
trie great commander. gTfat record keepr. D. (
U II- II. tchult anl rMr Knight WiKUn. iom
mander cf But Ree Tent A literary and mu
irai entertainment wa provided, and alo plenty
Apollo Tent held an Interesting review Thurs
tf J .nIsht witr manj visitor prent One can
2Ii.,tC nJT lnIlaIwl an two application re
ceiiiii The great commander ccnterred the se
cret wxtrk I ndrr the gtv of the order ad
rrrSiTfrv madr ,,y n" era nimander. prat
hrtV.V vr. -1 i1"- "frnes anajiortor Wind
tJ.i tlr'", coMimander returned to the city on
vS'p.l"",, hoWlnF .rlendld relle", S"
Mexlro. OlilMlla and 1-Hjetle. Ma He mill eae
I!'?..f,.,.-!5Srdr nlKl" 't I'ort Ilu "n. Mich tn
wurn.: to hi .im ... ,-.... v ...rv"' '
t Arrealof Th.".C;re. TVn, L,,,Jrl
nocur;,Kln- ,,- ofn .V, oY th V"hn.r" ' ,.'?
1 o, , ; -,... 'J ito'i ft the tent"
Reii.1. '...,: A'"? U,at .11 the tenia In
ineY lire nnn mii. .-.!.. - . ..-.
------- nitiir nri aii
' ""K- -"area a the next
meeting will le
iSi7itIni .VrnlnK. "! candidate were
initiated and the routine of bulness was purzuU
Oslon'nVThi1 P1" mi"rr- Tlie musfcal .11
ision of thl tent received an Invitation to call
ie 1nt on Tnur11"' eventnp of next
M:t Olive Tert will Initiate three candidate
ii.ii ,e.'11'?- to-morrow evening In Hahagen'
Ililr! 'i" i.Kn,Kh.1 Commander Morgan ejpecL
point m IJn"llle- J11- flnd other
l.atltcR of The Maccalieei,
Stale Corrmander Mr Mav a C Balkle re
ports that the Mi est in Kanm Cltj, where she
2 spent the last month, are very enthusistlc
and doing splendid work
iT. ttat" nwnder ha pone to Port Hurcn,
Mloti , to attend to her duties a one of the su
preme auditors, and expect to return to Kansas
City after this meeting hhe does not expect to
be able to spend much time in St. Ioul before
April 1 On March r. 3 and Ci she will be In
jew orlean. La., representing the supreme rec
ord keeper at the National Convention cf the
Women s Club, and will then reum to St.
The Hives throuirhr.iit thA Rtnt nt fitarti .
making splendid propres. and during the months
' -"uaij mm rriiusn raaae rne largest gam
of any State under the Supreme Hive JurWlic
tlon. Jfwel ii Xrt- R had T enthuslastlo
review-. Two candidate were obligated and seven
application received The iview are verj ln
terest.np for evervone attehdlnp. and bring out
more member each time The lat euchre was a
succes and the hive will ptve another In a very
short time ,
New Missouri Hive. Xo. 71. hell It meeting
at Dtbrecht' Hall. Two candidate were obli
gated and seven application baflo'ed upon. All
member are taking an active part In the work,
hlch promises succe In the hive Ladles
Howell, Goodmann. Bauer lve Aldrlch Mor
ton. Wright or Cholli Hiie. and Ladv Ptolle of
Texas .were visitor Thl hive will plve Its
flrt euchre March 11 in the afternoon, at
Carondelet Turners' Hall, and hopes to see all
htv es repreented
Ad Astra Hive No , enjoyed a euchre at the
heme of Lady Rldon last TueJav afternoon.
The applications of two ounp Iadi-s were se
cured, and vocal and Instrumental mulc were
enjoyed after the game Twelve beautiful prizes
were awarded. Notice of the date of the next
review will be sent to all member next week.
arrangements for another euchre will be made
at the review.
Lady Foster Hive I progressing. It oblipated
eight member and balloted on one The members
are enthused In the work. A euchre will oe giv
en at the next meeting March 1
Suburban Hive. No. H. Tield a rousing review
Wedneedar. at which the attendance was large.
Several new applications were reported and sonv
of the bees made enthuslatlc remark for the
good of the order. After the cloe ot the review
the members went In a body to the heme or their
ladv lieutenant commander to congratulate her
on her birthday. Lady Berg was the recipient
of many handsome preents. and although taken
entirely bj surprise, managed to furnish an ex
cellent repan for the visitors Many hours were
spent, which will be pleasantly remembered.
ICIrtfrJits and Ladle of Security.
Routine buMnes occupied the session of the
organisation at Ita regular monthly meeting.
Announcement cards are out for the grand mas
cruerade ball to be given by the association at
Ueutonla Hall Saturday evening. April 18.
A fair attendance w.s present at the lastl
meeting of Pride of West, deplte the bad
weather, and much good work accomplished.
Brother Johnon of Harmony Council made In
teresting remarks under good of the order, which
brought excellent responses from Brothers Gea
son. Banna n. Malone and Doctor Betlck. Pride
of West will give a euchre and hop at the ccun
cU'a hall March 23
Harmonv detachment of regular marched Into
camp Fehruarj 28 with fifteen new recruits, who
were enlisted with Impressive ceremonie. wit
nessed by manj member and v Mtor Great
enthusiasm wa evinced by encouraglnp speeches
and the regular expressed determination to cap
ture the coveted prize State banner.
The darning .paly to be given bv Security
Council Instead of the open meeting on Monday
eenlnp promises a success. On Monday, March
16 a debate will be in order on the question:
Po tuslne women make pood housewives?"
.Twentieth Century Council at It regular meet
ing received three applications for membership.
Many progressive Ideas were discussed for the
betterment of the council's future.
The Protected Home Circle.
Social League initiated a large clas and many
name were proposed, TMs circle now- stands in
fourth place among the "hip circle of Ohio
and Pennsylvania. Sharon Circle, Woodlawri-and
New Castle being ahead of the latter with less
than IW of a lead oer Social League. The new
rituals were used.
Hope Circle, No 10S. had a fine meeting, and
the report from the big euchre, while not com
pletta will show a great success
BeHton had a goud time. a the members and
friends always do. This circle ha removed from
the place of meeting on Park avenue and will
rweimi- iAtlan HalL No. 2300 Chouteau avenue.
The night of meeting wa changed from Wednes
day to the first and third Fridays.
Rainbow had'the rain without the bow Thurs
day night, but a good attendance. The report of
the last entertainment showed pratlfving result.
rllnptMi Circle, No 233. still boast of stand
ing In third place among the circle of the city,
but Missouri and Hope are pressing hard, and
with a half dozen acceslons will lead, unless
Arlington bestir herself. SHe has a lot of hustling
Imirial enjoved its big donkey party It was
different from the big old denkej party. The little
beauty was full of card pinned all over the bodv
of the animal, the blindfolded touched a card
and ate lunch with the lady whoe name It bore.
It was a succes. Music and hop closed the even-
Hobon. No 344. had a splendid meeting, and
added to their number, with the promise of many
MImirI, No. 22. had a good lime, transacting
some important business.
Hyde l'arlf, L. of II.
HvJe Park Council Initiated one candidate and
filed seven applications at, the last meetinp. The
recorder reported that sir candidates had been
favorablv reported upon bv the supreme medi
cal director, and that bv next meeting at least
five more could be counted upon as ready for
initiation. . .. .
Guide Anson Murphy ha promised the council
an lnterestlnr Second degree, especially prepared
for next meeting.
I.ndien at tlie G. A. n.
On Friday e enlnr VT. T. Shejtnan Post of
Hannibal had an entertainment, to which they
Invited Mother McKlnlev Circle. At the cloe
of the exercises trie circle surprised th. post by
peiMnar refreshments to all present.
The members'of the order retret to Wra that
the national chaplain. Mrs. Mary M. Stark. Is
ery ill tilth pneumonia.
Ancient Order of United "Workmen.
llenton Ixidge had Ita usual good attendance
last Thursday evening, and received one applica
tion for membership. Brothers Charles Ilottffer
and Judge Charles Bllhartx were present and
made Interesting addres.es. There will be some
thing doing In this lodge in the near future.
The wre"tllng match, which was to hate been
held on last Thursday owning, wa. postponed
until next Thursday e enlng In order to get a
larger attendance for- the occasion.
Jefferson Idge had a well-attended meeting
nmlast Thursday e enlng. about 173 members be
ing present. One candidate was elected to mem
bership and two candidate, were Initiated A
resolution was passed to inWt. all the grand of
ficers to be present at the special meeting of
thl. lodge on the evening of March 13.
Missouri Idge. No. 4. will gle a reception at
Benton Park Hall. No. 2914 8outh Jefferson ate
nue, on ilarch.H. In celebration of Its twenty
Fetenth annhersary. A large attendance Is ex
pected. On last Thursday evening Mechanic Lodge.
No. 274 had a -ery fair attendance of it mem
bers, notwithstanding Inclement weather. Consid
erable business was transacted, and one candi
date was Initiated by Grand RecorSer Henry W.
Meyer. Brother F. N. Goodrich of Standard
Xjodge was present, and made' an address under
the good of the order. This lodge will git. ltd
annual St. Patrick's eve ball at Anchor Hall.
Jefferson and j'ark atenues. on Monday evening.
March lfi. AH who nttend are assured an enjoy
able time on that occasion.
Neptune Iodge had a fair attendance at Its
meeting on last Thursday evening, at which one
cardidate wis Initiated by Brother G. Itau cf
Uest Gat. I0dge. No 304.
Frledship Ledge neld an exceptionally good
meeting on last Thursday evening, on which
occasion an enjoyable smoker was participated in
by those nrpenL Under the good of the order
Grand Master Workman William II. Miller.
Grand Kecelxer Louis K. Kaltwaser. Past Grand
Master Workman William F. Bohn and mem
bers of Frlendhlpx Lodge made speeches. After
the meeting refreshment, were served
The regular meeting of the German Workmen's
Association will be held this afternoon at :."
o'clock at Cckhardt Hall. Texas at enue and
Cherokee street. One ot the principal matters
to b taken un Tor discission will be the final
arrangements for the euchre party and hop to be
glvm at this hall on Sunday. March 72. beginning
at 2 P. m. After th close of the meeting dan
cing will be participated In. Many handsome and
aluable prizes will be awarded to the winners.
St. Louis Lodge had a large. attendance nf
members at. Its meeting on lat TuemMv eering
and cnlcrtaincd lsltors from United Lodge. No.
i, : -..ir 111 urrirnirc Doctor i Krsey. joae
Jl.l,IUrU-lr. KrKht Halo and -ml ether
i-1.! urriie-l from Imr-rlal Tent The nn-dmlAniIitr,n,",t"-
" Uaua'- "1 u
UTHIM In a cnrvlhle manner.
2. and Ilahn TIt-n V. i?tt f llnlm. Mo 111'
terestlnr 4iddres3ts were made b the visitors.
After the jnettinp lunch was served and Brother
Wlepand actel as toatmaster and gao a reci
tation. All prennt spent a pleasant evening
rarmers" Ludge, .o. rI, hid a well-attended
meetlnc mi It Wodnnui-n nnlnp destiite the
Inclement weather. Om application vox leceivtd
.tut litre. nr nrnnilsd.1 t..r Mb iuti mtvotl'iir. Ltd'
sjderabie amusement nun .inVtnied b A PH k
Initiation, which was conducted by a deptee twim
formed for the occasion, itruttur 1 J Laugh
Itn being the candidate. A commute wa ap
pointed to make arraniment for a -nvker and
entertainment to t-e pi on In the, near future.
Tower Omve. No A. received one appIUatlon
at its but meeting. The committee in charge of
the inisquernde .!! to be given at Rock SprlnP
Turner Hall, i lumtrau jn.i Hnv if 3v-iiue. O'l
I t-t"rtial evenlnp. Match 14. report everthlng In
! teadlne. Two me-dollar gold piece will I
a" as priz-s. cm- f.-r the handmct
ladle rc-uunix and one for the mo"t comic man
DcicrVe of Honor A. II. C. M .
Mrs Almarett.i Morgan tho grind thief of
Iw nor and her hubind Urothrr John Morgan,
of KfimM Cliv. Mo., will Ik- the guet of the
deputy grand chief of honor. Cltira Belle Muriel,
to-da Am hlsters or brothers of the A O
I. and letliee of Honor delring to pav u
ocUl and frateniil call will lie reteivid at tho
it-fdencf cf the D G C of H . No C: Hickory
Bell Lodge held an Interesting meeting on
Wednesday evenlnp. Many lini-ortant ugRc-tiop
were made bv tho chief of honor for Increa.lnp
the Interest in the work and making preparation
for Grand Idcc visitors.
South End Lodge 1 eld nn Interesting meeting
on Tuedv evenlnp at th; new location. Nltzch
tnann s Hall, It-jwen street and Michigan nve
nue The G C of H . Mr. Alm-iretta Morgan,
f Kansa i it. Mo. and her deputv. Mr Cnra
Bell Mutrtll. vere a:mnp the vlltnrs present.
slii Mrs S-idle McCu'Iom the lady uher of
Hvde I'ark Lodge On candidate wa Initiated
A cnte-t for ineirlwnhlp began, in which the
thief of honor. Mter Iceman challenged tho
entire Knlge fcr new menitK-rs. the lo-ing .lde to
treat the winners, the rontps; to close June 1
Under rvil of the tirder visitor vrre admitted,
and the fOllOWinc nniriamm nua inunti1
Addre of welcome bv Chief of Honor Mr Rar
lrn Liran. piano s'ilo. Mis. Be?. Brltt ad
dress hv the cmnd chief or honr Mr Alma
retta Morgiin who gave excellent ncrcunt if hi r
T-ork thrcuhut t! o state, xitiier solo MiM-r
11111 Irtinji. tvtnic redtatlpn by th- D G C
of II Mr Murrell plino solo MU MajmV
O Keefe At th tloe i supi rr martli wn
Plaved bv- Mis Maj-mlo O'Keefe .Tlie guest of
". nwnwi in tno ciining-rom bv Broth
On Wedne-daj evening Valentine Ivdge f
II and the A. O U W of PacllI-. Mo. held a
Joint meeting -it lumber's Hall The beautiful
fcreen work of the A. O 1 l wa presented to
tne audience, in- Brothers Boehnlnp and Hlcglns
lo.lwing the vreen v.ork, selection were ren
dered on the graph'T'ione. intersp rsetl vlth ad
drese and recitation. Mr Almaretta Morgan,
IP fc. of II K3 one of her verv enthusias
tic acdiee ui Ihe benefit of the order, piiiI
as a lesult eeTal application were promll
ror lKth the parent order and the Dtgre- of
Honor. Lrother Boehnlnp also pave an address
on the A. O r -- aP(i ai0 pucceedM in Fenir-
i", VeraI "Plication Brothers Hipplns and
h!l".'nr and ,.frIVrr aam '" Murrell pao
recirations at irw doo of the entertainment A
supper was served Durirp their sta at Pacific
ti.Ka Mo,ya7 ajltl "rrell ere entertained bj
irSn Sand I HMl" CoM1 Rt thc!r nrp3 '
Tho following lodge, will hold session th!
oT i v "si-? Vr?lnr Kcorn I-eat Cbcuteau
ih-i f2ii7 Ci.ulea" avenue, Tuesday evening.
franklin avenue. lednesda evening. Hide Park
LOCge. Eleventh street and Neuhou'e avenue
and Saturday evening. lebster Groves Lidee at
Brannon's Ifall. Webster Grove S
Assessment No ! for the Degree of Honor ha
l-een called for the month of March All menv
fef ?! frdet?wpay lhJr assessment on or be
fore the 2Sth of the month
Vestern Lodge hald an Interesting meetinp on
Thursday evening and entertained the grand
chief of honor. Mrs Almaretta .Morgan It was
decld-d to give a series of entertainment and
euchres for the Durpoe of raising r fund for
entertainment cf the Grand Lodge next Mav The
first entertainment will he a euchre on the even
ing pf March 1? Tlie following were, appointed
on the committer: Sisters Hengelsberp. B Kruse
and Ruhlmay. Among others present were sin
ters McCuIlom and Fifer of Hjde Park. Si-ter
Haseldlck of Phoenix and Brother and sister
Murreil of Murrell Lodge. Address were made
for the pood of the order bv the G C of H
Sister Morpan, and D G C of II , ?l-ter Mur-
Hvde Park Lodge pave a euchre at the hpm
of Sister McGulre for the benetlt of the Grand
Lodge entertainment fund The members and
friend were pleasant! surprised bj a vllt
from the Grand C cf of H At the m-etlng
It was decided to hold these receptiens and
euchres weeklj until Mav 1 The next meeting
will be held with Sister Sadie McCuIlom at her
home. No. cfiOj North Ninth street The regular
meeting of Jfjde Tark Lodge will be held en
Wednedav evenlnp of this week at the hall.
Eleventh and Newhouse avenue Several candi
dates are to I Initiated, and other items of in
terest will be hrought before the lodge
Murrell Lndge held an unusually Interesting
meetlrp on Friday evenlnp. At tha close, mem
bers paid a Ilt to He;ory Lodge.
Knffirhfn of Honor.
Columbia Lodge had a larse1 attendance at the
last meeting, big candidate were initiated anl
six application received. Grand Treasurer T
IV. Baler, Grand Report r L. y Borntraeger,
Special Deputies 11 oil en and Amenda spoke for
the good of the order.
Mount Olive Lodge hid an interetlnp meeting
last Tuesday. Two candidates were initiated and
three applications were receired Dictator Louis
Alewel submitted the plan arranged by the com
mittee by districts for an active campaign to in
crease the attendance at meeting. The monthly
entertainment will bt held In future at the third
meetinp each month. In place of the last meet
ing Ollie Branch Lodge had a good attendance at
the last meeting, one candidate- was Initiated
The committee reported alt arrangements made
for a complimentary dance on March li
OafLodr had a laree. Attendance. Twrv randl.
date. were Initiated and twelve application re
ceived. The Entertainment Committee made a
gratifying monthly rerort. The lodge will give a
select private masquerade en March IS
Centennial Lodge had a fair attendance at the
last meeting. 1 avoratle report were read on
three application pending H M. Flnnegan. M
Thovcnat and L Ehrlich made brief remarks
for the good of the order.
Germanla Lodge report a good attendance
Dictator Ever. William Bode Karnatz Vonder
Helde. Camlen and Clarner made interesting
speeche for the pood of the order
Mound City Idge at the last meting received
reports from the various committees on the
euchre to be given at Anchor Hall. Jefferson
and Park avenue, March 1 Ticket vere dis
tributed to the memters. Fortv prize- are to be
distributed and the members are anticipating a
Benton Lodge Initiated one candidate nt he list
meeting. Routine bualnes was transacted
promptly and the members were entertalred by
Interesting remark from Mr. D. Wood. Collin
R Krause and Burns.
Cherokee Lodge initiated one candidate at the
Iat meeting. The oung men holding the vari
ous office are showing a deep interest In the
Jianner Ledge report a fair attendance, the In
clement weather having no terror for the fw
veterans. Increased interest i apparent since
the lodge was located at the new hall.
Terminal Cnnip, of V.
'The regular Wednesday night meeting of Ter
minal Camp. W. of W.. was held at Blajr Post
'Hall, with a large attendance present. Terminal
Camp Is experiencing considerable sickness among
its members, there having been threo or fnur
reported sick at each meeting for several weeks.
The annual ball, to bo held at Muth's Hall.
Chouteau av enue and Sarah street, siturnay
night, March 14. Is expected to realise a sub
stantial amount for the benefit of sick and un
fortunate Woodmen belonging to Terminal Camp.
Sovereigns Well. Bullocl-. Jameson and lYo-s are
the delegates eUcted bv thl camp to H In the
Head Camp convention, to le held at SMalla,
Mo . on March 10. 11 and 12.
FrnnU 1 Illnir AV. It. C.
This post will gle a. euchre parl to-morrow
at : p. m. at the hall. No. 171s Market street,
the proceeds to be used for charity. Iteautlftil
prires were gien at the last euchre, and will be
continued. This corps will hold its regular meet
ing Tuesday at 2:30 p- m . Mrs M. t; Ilea lias
sufficiently recotcred from her illness to be able
to preside. Initiatory work and applications for
membership will be leading features.
KnlchiD nnd Ladlca of Honor.
Supreme Protector L. B. Lockard was In the
city last week In conference with the grand pro
tector. J. D. O'Kscfe. and the grand secretary
and transacted other business in connection with
A new lodge Is being organl7ed at Union. Mo .
by Deputy Grand Protector Sister Anrn. M Keilv
ard another at St. Charle". ito . by Deputy Sis
ter Alice Gray. Tho charter lists now contain a
large number of names, and arrangements for the
Institutions are beinjc made so as to tuko place
the latter port of this week.
The report, ot the suprem medical examiner
received for the month of February show Mis
souri at the top again, with Pennsj Ivania a close
.J '.mSlaI. "'"ftttlon of the grand dicers to
McKinley Lodge last Monday et enlng was largely
attended by the grand officers and member nt
large, and will be producme of much good. Can
didates were, initiated and the rejiort of the ec
retaxy showed that nineteen applications for re
lief fund membership had been received. En
thusiastic remarks on the. good of the order wito
made by Grand. Protector J. D o'Keefe.
Grand Secretary J. J. Kennedy : Grand Guide
Sarah Grime.. Protector W. T. Milton and It o
Taclor, eeeretarv of Saltan Lodge.
Music and good-fellowship prevailed at Svlvan
Ledge last Tuesday evening, the occasion being
the official visitation ot the grand officers and
the presentation of the merit banner by Grand
lTotector-John D. O'Keefe to the lodge for mak
ing the largest gain in membership during the
la:l six mouths, the net gain being 113 per cent.
Protector C. N. Llttell responded In behalf of
tJe lodge. Candidates were obligated and four
teen applications were received, lvhlch was fol
lowed by addresses under the good of the order
!- the Brand protector. Grand Vice Protcttor
Johanna FeKman. Grand Treasurer Sarah n.
Breen. Grand Guide Sarah J. Grime", supreme
Representative George T. McVey and Grand Offi
cers Louis A. Steber and Nellie McVey. Repie
sntatlves were presnt from almost even- lodge
in the clt. The entertainment consisted of a
music programme, one of the features bclnz
piano solos by Sister Berth Sullivan of Myrtle
Lodge. Refreshments were served and dancing
followed. The affair was In charge of the fol
lowing committee: Sisters Llttell. Conwav. Thies.
and Brotrer. C. N Llttell and R O. Taj lor.
Sunset Lodge will meet next Tuesday evening.
The programme will consist of the Initiation of
candidates and the reception of applications of
membership. A report will also be submitted on
the annual dance to be jrlven by tho lodge at
O'Connell's Hall. Marcus and Caston avenues,
Thursday evening. April 16.
Suburban Lodi'e has changed Its place of meet
ing and will meet hereafter on the first and third
Thursdajs of each month ot O'CcrnieU's HalL
Marcus and Eastop avenues.
Anchor Lodge had the largest turnout of mem
bers since the holiday season at Its meeting last
Thursday evening. Candidates were initiated, ap
plications received and final arrangements -ere
perfected for the seventeenth annual ball to be
irUcnby the lodge at Concordia Club Hall. No.
HU Chouteau avenue. Saturday evening. March
Pride of the WeFt Lodge appointed tho follow
InsT Propagating Committee at the last meeting:
H. Frledlander. Gctjrge Gurshon and Jonh
Abrahams, the latter having secured five applica
tions since tho meeting.
Garnet Lodge's last meeting was Interesting
nnd well attended. Two candidates received the
degree and the same number of appll'-atlons for
relief-fund membership were read by the eecre-
- ' tary. It Was ileel1.t mr lierenftrr at the
hall, corner of Ninth nn.i Barton street, on
the second and fourth Mondas. The first meet-
Inc will takt ilace next Monday e-nlnK ami a
Imc iNirtv will t. turn for llu" mttrlalnrT'lit
of the mmh,TH .fn.l thplr friend'. .
Ttlumuliant IjiL. met last Mondav cvrnlnx
aml liiiualni ,.,iiMate. th'
i Colljuctfcl l .lnhti lnr hnniiti tirnteetor. Arl'll
KuK.-.i in- recened jnil it nut a-ciu-ii
inenilieri in make the lodge a competitor for
the mtiit lianner.
".:' "Si" S m.- . IJL'-.K'1:
irK iHjce itnttnjes to srow. At an em.nu-;-
t latex rereti . .1 tv. .ic.r.-. a.i uv en
ticn wtn Hied with secretary Louisa wniti
nelwr !Hput a. H Iireler and Rtothers
'JbMiias Kcan and !octor R. E. Owen dellverel
addresses on the wh of the onier. Tne usual
month!) rrulc entertainment and dance fcl
IjwcI Refreshment were served.
smer htir I-u.lnes last ro-etlng was wen ax-
tcmled AppIIrations were retired and referied
the Committee ch Invitation, ummi .l1"
tectiv John D. O'Keef Grand set rt tar J. J.
Kenne.iv and lHxrtor J" D. MM'er of j.irei'ior
OMlge were prestnt and addr-sel tne meeting
I'lotectnr Sarah K. Brufter annonnrei fiat an
enteriotrmtnt will be Riven b the lodge Satui
day evening. Majch zl. , .
Humtioldt IJ-lge's !at meeting Mondt eicnlng
wa made interesting bv the reception of our
application for Relief Fund membership, sub
mitted bv Gntnl Ilea protector Johanna reia
irann. and the Initiation of-rlv tandldatej. ine
nev code of law wa submitted to the lodge anl
received its first reading.
Chcuteau I.ige meeting next Tueday even
ing promise to be the most lnterestlnp held this
term According to the unofrlclal report of thn
committee appointed Ht the last meet, compris
ing sister Margaret G art land, Carrie J Nlll,
Frances Dinnlus. Brl Iget rane and Lena Simon -ton
th initiation of candidates will tak place
prior to the reception of the committee's report.
Initial Lodge's last metlng was well attended,
unusral Int-rost being manifested In the new
method c f proigatlnz tho order. Tlie proposition
or Financial Secretnry Wllllani Scartorough to
orcanlre a dfpre team also met with favor.
UnUn IfOlges last meeting was largely attend
ed and hlithlv appreciated bv- nil present. The
depree tram did excellent work, and, with assist
ance of Brother Erlck.i and his crew, furnished
ft'psldcrab amusement for the many visitors
presnt from siter lodges
lrtorla 1?' meeting Iat Tuesdav evenlnp
wa up to the uual In attendance Four appli
catlcn for Relief Kund membership were -ub-niltte.ll.v-
sister Louls Frcvwald. A large num
ber of visitors vere pr ent from lster IMces
at ..!tK:k vrirl in tli- pood time which followed
Llllv ldge' last meeting was largelj attend
tm ,Tn,rr''Pti0n of seven application for Re
lief 1 unu inemlierhln mrrea-ntlnu- tti iw in....
ame frubinlttrd hv Brother ITank H. I'arson.
ivJi lJ?t trnthusla-in. Ir.-tect.r George E.
OH ib rblicated several candidates.
D. V.Im 1af ''?s meeting next Thursdar
evemnp. Protector William A. Brown wll con
duct the Initiatory work, several application,
for memlwhlp are on file and will be conilderM
ihe rew code of bvdaws will be read. Brother
sickness"0 3 ,IU conrtn'd to hl" hnie with
Martha Washington Lodge's Inst meeting was
very brief After the initiation of candidates,
member repnhed lo the adjoining hall, where
thLVl fth"-'1 5?t"r pchaff were celebrating
their hirthc:a anniveraaij.
Philippine lKlge received three applications for
!iei fUn'1 mmbfh!p at a largely attended
inec-ting last Mondav evening.
Magnolia Iodge obligated candidates and re.
reived five applications at an enthJsiastlc meet
ing last Mednesday evening. The attendance In
cluded visitors from West Gate. Hyperion. En
tet prise, Chouteau and Slvan lodge
Enterprise Ixdge will meet Friday evening
when candidate will be Initiated. The Commit
ter on Arrangements has been untiring In Its ef.
foits to prepaio an up-to-date music programme
Banner Lodge Initiated two candidates and re
ceived one application for membership at the
meeting last Tuesdav e enlng.
Lesion of Honor.
lAfajette Council held Its regular weekly meet
ing on Monday evening One candidate was inltl
aWd and three applications for membership were
filed New robes hav e been ordered and ex
tenMie preparations am being made for the
Initiation cf a large class of candidates at the
meeting on Mondav, evenlnp
Excelsior Council met on Tuesday evenlnp with
a good attendance. Five application for mem
bership were filed and three candidate were initi
ated The new ritual will be exemplified at the regu
lar meeting of St. Lout Council to-morrow even
ing in Doric Hall. Masonic Temple.
Stella Council will meet oh Friday evening and
Initiate two candidates. Extensive preparations
are being made for the bail to be given by Stella
Council on Airil H
The first nf th spring visit will be made on
Fr.daj evening next to Ivanhoe and Buena Vista
courcll in the Burlington building.
Empire Council will entertain the supreme
chancellor and etaft on Saturday evening next at
Anrhor Hall, lws south Jefferson avenue.
The following council will meet thl week:
Monday, St. Louis end Lafaette: Tuesday,
Alpha: Wednesday. Irving; Thurxday. Franklin;
Friday, Carondelet, Hjde Park. Unltv. Stella,
Iranhoe, Buena Vista; Saturday, Compton Hill,
Empire and Bonaparte,
Tribe of lleji liar.
Century Court, at their meeting Tuedv nisht.
Initiated the larn.fct number of candidates that
ias eer initiated at a meetinir since, th c!o
Inff of ita charier. twent-seen beln Ki-en the
Court decree. The new degree team, under th.
KUICano; of FIter Miller. Jld excellentlr and
are non prepared to challenRe any of the teams
of the winter courta. After the eloe of buiiness
the court indulged In an entertainment for the
benefit of the n.ew candidate., a. follow: Piano
duet. Kltera .McGahan. O'Uonnell. K. Iorttri
ard l)eitt. recitation!", bisters Donol and McNa
mara: wdb" Mter JleCaxty. Kay and Kraemer.
Mipreme Deputy William H. Dulst. Doctor Niefer
and Hrofier Whlto delivered addresaea. A hu
morous debate between .Sister Spar and Brother
uruiL wouiiu up in. ciemnf s entertainment.
Cntliolle' KnlR-hta anil Ladles.
"file tegular meeting of the Advlsory'Boaxd has
been potppneil till further notice.
The supreme; trmtee and Visiting CommlttM
from the Advi-sori Board have completed the in
spection of the branches and icalled all th.
omcers except in tnree orancnes, wno were not
Branch No 7C were isited at last meetlrur
ing and a full rosier of officers Installed. They
received two applications.
Kmnch No, 78, at their last metlnr. had four
applications Thej have twelve additional report
ed for next meeting Marcli 9 Addresses were
mni'e bv Messrs O Itrlen and Mattlntly.
Branch No. at their lat meeting Initiate
one candidate and h& four for initiation next
KniKht. of Pjthlns.
Statistical reports of the grand domain of Mis
souri have ben compiled by the grand keeper of
records and eeal for the term ending December
31. l.H'. and show that during the year there
were initiated Into the order l.ii persons: rein
stated. rs.1. admitted bv card 357. The total de
ductions from all causes were 2,265, leaving
the membership at that dato 21,"o. a net in
crease for tho vear of 3S9 members. There are
in the State 2iS subordinate lodges. 33 of which
are located in the Htv of St. Louis. These lodges
have in cash on hand and actual cash Invest
ments i).S"3.41 During tlie jcar death has
claimed In the state IM members
Robert K. Cowan lyjdge. No. 131, met on last
Mondav night. Two candidates were initiated
into the mjsteries of the rank of Page. Work
In the rank of Esquire at the next convention.
U abash Lodge conferred the rank of Knight
on two Esquires Tuesdav. and at the same time
entertained a good number of visitors and mem
bers. Next Tuesday the rank of Page will bo
conferred on two rardldates
.! thasoras Lodge. No. 275. at Its convention
w ednesdav night, had a large attendance. The
Senate had a rehearsal, and eer thing is In good
shape for the large class that Is to bo initiated
during the month of April. Rank of Page will
be conferred at next convention.
Order of the Scottish Clan.
Clan Gordon. No 160. is the latest acquisition
to the roster of clans. It was Instituted in the
cltv of Denver. Colo, and starts out with a
membership of twentl-two
The General Amusement Committee, having met
with encouragement and financial success at all
of their former undertakings, has made arrange
ments for a social and hop. to the clansmen and
their Invited friends, on Tuesday evening. March
31. 1903, at 'iest Gate Hall, corner of Grand and
The regular semimonthly meeting of Clan
Douglas was held on Tuesday evenlrg at West
oite Hall. The chief. Charles Stewart, occupied
the chair. The application of Mr. Purvis was re
ceived. The session wss devoted to the discus
sion of the report of the Amusement Committee
of the late Burns anniversary celebration at
i'HKwicK.i neater. January -b. ine report states
that ths celebration was a success.
Tower CSrove AV. O. W.
Tower Grot.- Circle. "No. 77. W. O. W hfld It
m.tlnc Tuesday nn'l Initiated neveral candidates
The memhera decl'!d to JcHe a enrhre on March
in. at 2 o'clock, nf the Turner Hall, comer of
cufio ana inoairau aenvra.
Mound-city ix)dcc had a eood attendance. One
candidate receUed th first degree.
Wlldey Kncampment will hae worlc in the
Patriarchal decree to-morrow nla-ht.
Washington Lodge had one application for
membership and irae one candidate the first de
tree. Martha Washington Ivxlge had a full houe.
One application for membership was receiced.
Kle candidalea were admitted to membership.
Mrs. Louise Brewerwas elected a delegate to the
Ilebekah ,semblv. Mrs. Itenn-tt and Mrs.
Ulrcher halne- withdrawn, she was elected by
The grand Hire has issued his annual procla
mation, which reads an follows: "Jn accordance
with the usage nnd the resolution of the Soer
eisn Grand ijndse. I. John B. tlooUwln. (rrand"
sire. ly lrtue ot authority tested In me, do
hereby enjoin upon nil grand and subordinate
bO'Me: of the order tu take appropriate, ac'lon
for the commemoratirn of the twentc-sUth day
of April. Ti3 for. it twins: Sunda) the tiventc
tlfth or twenty-setenth day of April, as mnv be
selected, it belnic the eighty-fourth annhersary
of our order, by sult-ible exercises in observ
ance of the day and by public thankrglvlng to
Almighty God for his manifold mercies to us
as Individuals and as an order."
The last report from the home gltes lj aged
brothers. 15 agecl sisters, W girls nnd 27 boys,
their ages ranging from 19 months to 84 earr; ail
In good health.
Alpha Lodge ul'l hate work In the Initiatory
degree next Monday night. A representative to
the Ilebekah Assembly will be elected ut the
St. Louis Lodge had two candidates for the
Initiatory degree last week.
Laclede Lodge had one petition for member
ship, one candidate for ballot and Initiated one.
Tast Grand Thomas Tuqua was heartily con
gratulated on the occasion of the stork naming
islted his home during the last week.
Arcadian Lodge had one p-tition for member
ship. Two candidates were Initiated. There will
be more candidates due for next meeting.
Cnthollr Knlshts ot America.
The State officers paid a tlsit to St. Kevin's
Branch, No. 1, last Tuesday e enlng in the
hall at Park and (Janllnal .avenues. They were
warmly welcomed hv President Lv B. Maddoek.
Speeches were made by the Reverend Father
Shea and the State officers. Brothers Gaumeler
and Steppich of Branch No. 92. Brother Danafskl
of No. 237 and Brother Malacek of Branch No.
115. Refreshments were served and an ejojable
and Instructive evening spent.
St. Alphonsus Branch. No. Ut. was visited at
the hall. No. S3" Cook avenue, on Thursday
evenlng. President William Keane preeited the
visitors to the'"member" Supreme Officers Car
roll and Hannauer were also present. Instruc
tive talks were made bv the State and supreme
nrflcers. Brother Jeering of "Branch No. 3oJ and
Brothers Haugrey. Sullivan. Hercules and Car
roll, Jr. Tlie visitors were requested to call
Benin after i:ater. Next Tue.daj- eenlnr St.
Ann's Ilranch. No. Zil, will reoel. a l'it.
m. semiannual rejiort of the Mate wcretnry
flioi S.0IS minbcrs In cood standlnc un Janu-
) rlinu. S.0IS
. arj j.
' prome Cnnx
ement Committer, frtr the nevt 5ii-
entlnn in li ti.i h.m i. tn uiil
I meet thl afternoon at 2 o'clock in the nail of
Branch rn. izi The Advisory Board will mfet
at the same place at 3 o'clock
,.tr.li; in ,h.CM rMS,H""K,T
ii. -..: .... ....-. .'". .... ..--"'
the Statement furnlxheil nn.,r ttiiei- l.tr m
senate serrrtarv, nearlv all the council in the
State having nmde a net increase in member
ship. The financial showing has been euall n
good, the amount contributed to the benefit iuud
belnp great! In erea cf claim paid.
Standard Council k spacious hall wa filled to
It full-st ciiicit Mindiy night by it mem
bers and gwjfts iM-ssurl Council being the
enest of hinor) to celebrate It- victory In win
ning a gidd-mminted ae offered by Gineral
Deputy llanawaj foi greatest Increase In m'm
1 ershlp Afte- cenf erring the cgree en live
candidates the gr-o I f the order wa cn
reached, when fn-ra1 Deputv Ranaway wi
tsccrted to the iirewdent's stitlon. and In a pelt
speech presented President Rabind with a beau
tiful) mounted gavel as n reward for the splen
did showing made bv the council during the past
six, months In-rsldent Rabanl respondeii In a
happj m inner, tharklne trend liana way for th
gift, assuring him thit he would u It as he had
been taught Short talk were then made b .iel
tnrs. after which a lunch was served and en
Jujed b nil Nine applications were receled at
this meetJnT The contest 1 on between Stand
ard and Ifound Citv council, which will lo
locked upon with a IKclv intrrcFt
Mound Cltv Omncll lat meeting wa ur to
thn usual standard In ;olnt of attendance and In
terest President Wiigh: willed te gavel like
n "old-tlrrer." Five new number were added
to the membership and a number of application
presented. Friend Like wa seen 'n his accus
tomed place the first time slice his re-c er.
Mfs-uri Council bid a well-attended, meeting
Thursdiv evening Nntwltbrdandlng Its failure
to r In the gavel. It I pushing right alonp. de
tetmlnrd to hold second itate or be shown."
Four applications were presnt-d nt the meet
ing IHJrut "ojncll w i vlslteri hv Senators HufTt
and U Tli'in-dav evening In the Interest of
the Jubilee, Two rindldate were admitted to
iTifnlrshlp A net gain of e-cht member 1
credited to it rcr tne vear isii A 20 per-ccnt
p-n I expeetM in the next four mnth. which
will be necessarj to win a capltil rrlze, which
will be offered
Ends Council I pushing right alonp and will
soon r?ach the ion mark To candidates were
initiated Thurdn nlaht.
The Assodatlnn of President? will met at Val
lej Forpo Council Tuesday evenlnp. Mirch 10.
VETERANS MAY FIGHT
W. Kaj of Brooklyn Claims
riedge's Made in 10l0 Have
Washington. March T. Joseph YV. Kay of
Brooklyn, who was in charge of the legis
lation demanded by Grand Army eterans
before the last Congress, to-day made pub
lic a remarkable letter addressed, to Repre
sentative Dick of Ohio, which Indicate",
that tho eteran-i are about to make war
on the Republican party.
ilr. Kay urged the resolution that would
have glvfjt preference to soldiers and sail
ors In public emplojment. The resolution
failed to receive consideration by Congress.
In hl3 letter to Mr. Dick Mr. Kay re
cites some hitherto unwritten history of the
campaign of 15"". when President McKin
ley and Senator Hanna. Mr. ranoJ Senator
Scott and Mr. Manley of the Republican
National Committee made pledges to the
eterars. The letter proceeds.:
"The conditions In the campaign of 1900.
both as to the political situation and that
of the national encampment, were alto
gether unsatisfactory. As to both, the sky
was overcast. A solution of all was found
at a meeting at tho Palmer House. Chicago,
August 28. 1900. some forty or more leading
etcrans. ell of whom were past commanders-in-chief,
or department commanders,
being present from States where the situa
tion was the worst, the outlook most
"Sickles was asked to organize another
whirlwind tour, as in 1S95. lrut he emphat
ically refused to volunteer to do any such
thing. He did consent to act as chairman
of that meeting, and appointed a commit
tee ot five to wait on some persons in a.
..nr..AnttiiKA cuTvac.itv at the Auditorium.
I being one of the ne. The four others went
to the National Committee, stated the situ
ation, and what was wanted, which was
agreed to. ls.. a change in Commissioner
of Pensions and the passage of the veteran
bill then pending (Bromwcll's). and the ap
proval of a court of penslon-aDpeals bill,
the latter wish being ".etoetl by the Presi
dent later on. but 'confirmed as to trie
others, and at the encampment all opposi
tion was stifled. ,
"Following that, the strongest organiza
tion e-.er perfected among veterans was
brought to ls-ar in eery doubtful Iocalitj.
Tou will recall thl-. I called personally on
Saturday morning, saw Secretary Payne,
went over the ground with him and others,
and. losing my return ticket to New ork,
bought another, went directly to 'Washing
ton on Ijibor Day and saw the President,
who congratulated me. and he then and
there called for a draft of his letter of ac
ceptance and changed it, at mv suggestion,
to read as It went to the people.
"And then, returning to New Tork. the
other matters were taken up and every
where the lighting was forced until the close
of the polls In that campaign the Veter
ans' Patriotic League deserved and received
the thanks of Mr. Hanna. Mr. Manley and
Mr. Payne. In letters to mvself and others.
In the name of heaven. Is the sense of honor
lost entirely among Americans?
"When I reflect that even the change in
the Pension Commissioner was brought
about only because the promise concerning
It was made known to President Roosevelt,
and he. holding It to be a matter of honor
which might not be pushed aside, made the
change, and under such circumstances no
power on earth could have saved Evans. It
seems to me tnat political nunor ib not re
garded at its value, or as having any.
except' in rare Instances and by few men.
Among these I place President Roosevelt
and Mr. Payne. Tlie latter has 'stood by
"When I think that nearly three jears
have passed Ince the promise of 1900. nnd
from thirty-eight to forty-two years since
the promise of the people in the great war
days, to the men who saved the nation were
made, all being dishonored through nonper
formance. It seems to me that national hon
or and personal political honor alike must
be at low ebb."
WINDOW GLASS PRICES TO
BE ENORMOUSLY REDUCED.
American Glass, Company Aill Insinll
Machines, Since Combine Agree
ment Has Fnlled.
Pittsburg, March 7. Concerning the fail
ure of the window-glass combine and Job
bers to reach an agreement at the recent
meeting at Columbus, the National Glass
Budget. In to-day's Issue, sajs:
"All agreements between manufacturers
and Jobbers are now off and an open mar
ket, with much loner prices, will be the
next thing In order In the window-glass
"That this will result In eliminating nil
profits from the business Is a dead certain
ty, and those who continue to operate their
plants are certain to do so out of the prof
Its accruing up to the present time.
"Ilegardless of what others may do. It is
the intention of the American Wlndow
Glas-s Company to put the fires out of all
except their machine-equipped plant at an
early date, probably on .March H, and here
after paddle their own canoe.
"The machines will be Introduced at their
'arIous factories as rapidly as possible, and
It Is expected that when the time for start
ing factories In the fall arrives thl? com
pany will hate several machine-equipped
plants in blast, making glass from 40 to 50
per cent cheaper than It is possible to make
It by the old method."
RAIN UNCOVERS GOLD NUGGET.
Valuable Specimen Is Fouud Near
Redding. Cal., March 7. A tale ot a gold
nugget valued at S3S3 being found within
three miles of the town of ..Shasta has
reached Redding. The nugget was found on
patented ground. At It was dlscotered on
the surface, and probably washed from out
side the exact boundaries of the patented
claim, tho finders feel that they hate a per
fect right to the gold, but as legal compli
cations might arise from the ownership of
such a valuable specimen, the Identity of
the finders is being kept quiet, as well as
the location of the find.
Three men were out after the recent rain
storm, looking for nuggets that might have
been uncovered by the flooding waters. One
of the three attempted to cross a small
stream, nnd, slipping on a rock, fell into
HU companions laughted as he went Into
the stream. Half In anger and half in fun.
the unlucky fellow nicked ur a loose rock
and threw It at them. It struck on another
rock on the bank, and the mud being
scratched off It bv the contact, the bright
yellow of gold was noticed.
DYSPrn'SIA Is :i very rnmmoii l!
eap. .'itiil chum.'s grt-.it tlistiws nml stif
fciini:. Tin' first symptoms nrc IKtro-
after rating, urnhva, loss of appi'titc.
l:iin in the side and client, constipation.
Il.itiilonco, dizziness and palpitation of
The heart, which i.s often taken for seri
ous heart disease. These troubles cause
general lad health, mental depression
and a miserable existence. Kl'I'IH'SIA
TABI.iyi'S pioniote digestion, cure dys
pepsia. IS()UIi:i!i:i STOMACH is caused
by improper food, irregular hours r
owrimlulgeiH'c in alcoholic stimulant,
or lob.icco. The sjniptonts are n.iirM-a.
headache, dbzincss, coated tongue. lud
taste in the intuitu, constipation and
chronic diarrhoci. ElTKl'SIA TAI5
I.i:TS is a magic cure for these condi
tien. DISTI:SS AFTL'K HATING is due
to chronic stomach troubles. o creating,
or eating too rapidly, and leads to dts
lepi:i and indigestion. ElTKl'SIA
TAIII.CTS give almost Immediate relief.
One tablet before each meal Is just what
jour stomach needs.
DIZZINESS OK VKKTIf.O is cansrd
by smile derangement of the stomach.
The dlziness is sometimes so severe as
to caue fainting, and unless relieved
and cured will grow serious. ElTEl'
SIA TABLETS is just tlie needed siie
cihe. and the formula is pi escribed by
eminent physicians in their daily prac
tiie. EOUI. HKKATII is due to disordered
stomach, and is conipliiated with a
coated tonsil". ELTKPSIA TABLETS
will remove it quick and sure.
GOOD COMPLEXION' depends on
good digestion. It is impossible to have
a gfKMl compleiion unless the stomach
properly digests the food taken Into It.
ELTKPSIA TABLETS furnishes an
abundance of pure, red, rkh blood,
which make had complexion imposs;.
HEADACHE is caused iii most cases
by a disordered stomach or chronic con
stipation, and can be cured bv remov
ing the cause. ELTKPSIA TABLETS
removes the cause they are for that
HEAKTBCRX Is caused by dyspep
sia. The gastric juice becomes strongly ,
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A SWORN STATEMENT.
CHY OF DENVER.
County of Arapahoe.
State of Colorado.
December 17. 19"2. I. the manager of
Ihe English Restoratle Company, first
being dulv sworn, on oath depose and
say that the Ingredients of the Sir John
Hampton Vital Restorutlte for the cure
ot Sexual Decline and Associate Diseases
In men arc known to me and that this
Restorative does not contain nny of the
following poisonous drugs, which, to my
positive knowledge, all or a portion of
which are used in all of the supposed
cures for these ailments that have been
examined by me, to-wit: Phosphorus,
Nux Vomlcn (Strychnine). Cantharides
(Spanish Fly), Morphine and Damlana
(although Damlana Is not considered a
poison by some physicians). And I do
mot solemnly swear that the Sir John
Hampton Vital Restorathe contains
none of these drugs nor anv other poi
sonous Ingredient; that a child could
lake It without Injurious results; fur
ther, that I am of ihe firm belief that
this Restorative will cure In every case
the diseases or ailments for which it is
recommended, and that it Is the only
medicine Known to medical science
which will develop or c.iuse growth In
certain organs It atrophied or undevel
oped. And. further, that I have never
known of a case of Sexual Dcbilllv or
Associate Diseases which has ever been
perfectly cured except by the medicine
which Is called the "sir John Hamo
ton Vital Restorative-"
The manager of the EnrlNh Restora
tive Compinv has this d.iy personally
appeared beforo me, a Notary Public
for the County of Arapahoe. State of
Colorado. MARTIN H. SMITH.
My commission expires March 33, 1903.
IA m Cordially Hated.
Tin vnil know that I am COrdtallv hntrrl nml most thnrn.UE.hH il.enl.A.1 v... ..-.
"quack doctor" and "Free Treatment and Electric Belt Schemer.'" Solely because I havi
In tho Sir John Hampton Vital Restorative a treatment which is curing men all over
the country and restoring to them the Power and Vigor of Youth and which Natur
Intended they should retain aa long as life lasts. They hate me Dectuse my Restorative
i.s selling rapidly and the news that it is a Real Cure Is spreading llko wildfire. Just read
this letter which was written by one of these men who has made his business' "treating
weak men" for years, nnd it will give you an Idea that the advent of my discovery of the
Sir John Hampton Vital Restorative Is rapidly losing them their patients who have,
been paving their hard-earned dollars for years:
"Do you know that every day vou are making the medicine business harder- Tou
must be young and inexperienced in the business, of course. I do not deny th-it vou
havo a treatment which will cure these allments-ln fact. I know that iou have- but hero t
Is the idea vou send thec men a treatment for fifty cents which cures ahout SO cer cenD-V
of them. Don't you know vou could get lust ns much out of them If your treatment didn't
cure at all. and then you would have the chance to sell them medicine each month for '
live or six months? Positively. I think vou are doing more to harm the medical business,
than any one or anv thing has for years. Think the matter over, and whatever you do
make them pay you something like a fee for the medicine, for fifty cents Is crerjosternus
I did- not reply to this letter-let my advertisement be his reply, it Is afact that
many men are cured by the trial treatment I send, but not 90 per cent of them bv anv
means. but 100 per cent are benefited, and know beyond doubt before they have taken all
the trial treatment that they have at last found the Restorative for which thev havo
been searching In vain for years. Read my affidavit In this advertisement. -
The trial treatment which I send you is not Just a few days' treatment, but as I
have said above, enough to cure you or prove positively to you that a cure awaits vou
I send the Restorative to vou prepared. Do not fear to write me at once 'for this Is nil
C. O. D. fraud like you will find most seemingly liberal offers are, for I will send tom rTn.h.
Ing C. O. D. I am one man who will do Just as he advertises. "'u you n0,a
If vou are weakened or Run Down from Varicocele. I offer vou em. .
tlvo will cure, to stay cured not patch-work
Dyspepsia, as wen
will give jou my v
jonn Hampton vital Kestorative. My dook,
' Denv.fr. Colo.
M to 10 Union Building.
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acidulated. KITEPSIA TABLETS
the best thing in the. "oild for bean
burn. iM-cause it cures dyspepsia
INDIGESTION is the failure of tim
.stomach to properly digest the food, a 1
causes more misery than can bo told.
Even the simplest foods ran- (
tress, ami unl-s relieved will under
mine the whole system, result neon
plete loss of nervous force cinaoJallon
and weakness, pains in the side and
chest, constipation, '"- "' t'
ulcnce. EITEPS1A TABLITS p.e
quick relief and lasting cure in nil sucli
LOSS OP APPKTITE is caused by
dv.spepsia. and when the dyspepsia. !
tared the appetite returns and 'me
as nature Intemiea it u -. uw""
TABLETS promote digestion.
PAIXrUL DIGESTION Is djfw
ing The pain may come immediately
after eating or two or three hour? afteIT
It Is caused by dyspepsia or flatuleiictv
and Is promptly relieved by ELI hi ia
TABLETS. They make the digestion
perfect ami painless. Try them.
i:rSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD
is causm by disoidercd storaaeli antl
causes dizziness and fainting. KLli.1
SIA TABLETS rights the stomach ami
stops the rush of blood to the head-It
can't fall, it must cure.
SOI'R STOMACH is tne result of dys
peisia. and is caused by an oversecre
tion of acid. Cure the 'poiwia
tou cure the sour stomach. LLI fca tjiA.
TABLETS cure dyspepsia as no other
remedy attempts to.
AVATEU BRASH is a condition where
tin food in the stomach undergoes fer
mentation and causes a burning sensa
tion in tin throat and chest, with a so
and dis-igrecnble taste I'll the moutt
Kl'PEPSIA TABLETS will give T
prompt and speedy cure.
Kl'PEPSIA TABLETS is the pre
scription of a specialist of long and tried
experience. They are compounded with
Uie greatest care, are absolutely harm
less, and are sold by druggists or direct
for ."Vl cents, tinder guarantee to cure or
monev refunded. A sample package,
containing three days' treatment, with
pamphlet treating on stomach disorders,
sent free by addressing
Clark Avenue, St. Louis, JVo.
I AM the discoverer of a treatment which!
will restore to men their Vigor and
Vitality when orce lost. There are at
least a hundred others advertising this very
same thing and, as most Weak Men know
who have trid these cures, the results ar
not at all satisfactory. I have thought
many wearv days and nights how I could
demonstrate to a man that my treatment
the Sir John Hampton Vital Restorative
would cure him, nnd at last I have decided
to make this proposition to all men needing
my treatment: I will send a prescription
freo and a full trial treatment of my Re
storative to any man writing, for B0 cents,
and prepay the treatment to him. Now, I
would Just as soon give tne trial treatment
free, but I have tried it, and found that
every curiosity seeker In the country writes)
to me men who never did nor never will
take any physician's treatment if they have
to pay for it- Now, this Idea of mine will
effectually do away with that class. Tor the)
charge of 50 cents bars them out. Every
treatment I send out for this amount costa
me JI.C0. and I figure my loss at Just $1
each time I send a man the trial treatment.
I do not send Just a day or two's treat
ment, tut send enough to perfectly cure you"
or to demonstrate that I have a Restorative
which will cure. After you have taken the
test treatment you can send to me and I
will charge you a very reasonable sum for
n cure something less than the druggist
would charge you for the medicine called
for in the prescription, or jou can take,
the prescription to jour family druggist and
have it filled. Just as vou choose. If tho
Restorative is ordered from me. I make a
small profit if you get it from the druggist.
I lose a dollar for my trouble in 'demon
strating to vou what a cure for Seminal
"Weakness really is.
Sexual Neurasthenia or Debility t.ItXJ
-ine .travels ana itescarches of a nmnirrf
fionil tb Vlftv rs&n. tTT"TT""
. . "" stamps, coin
or Postal Order. Postal Order preferred.
Send the Fifty Cents In stamps. Coin
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