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THE ONLY WOMAN FREEMASON.
Why and How the Daughter of Arthu
St. Leger was Initiated in the
First two Degrees.
luch nonsenese has been prilne
from time to time relative to wt
mel Who vere reporlted to hav
been reccived int i the NI soni
Order-- a few with a knowledge o
their sex, but most by menui
subterfuge. There art. h w\c ev
authentic reports, of the ilitiatiol
of but one member of the sex.
was Mrs. Aldmorth. the ou
chil(i and only aluglter of At 0'Iu
St. Leger, created irst \*ise un
Doneraile, Iceland. une z,, i ;
and llizabet I, datight.er aid be
of 11n 11 ave-, (4 \\'incele.
She was born about 171,;. .u,
Was married to R ici:rd Aldwott
of Newmnarket, Coiuty Cork. w\Ir
Was the son of Sir ikia6rd A;i
Worth, provost marmshal ot .Nms
The lodge inl which She wa:
iitiated was .No. +. of Irelaid
T"he varranit of lodge .1. waS is
in 1 72. It vas a1 h"igll
respectahIe lmige, illcldint1g all tit
elite of the country arntdtit I )oIcr
alle, :..11d it,; finectilli,fL w ere 1holt
often uinlder. tie prosiie cy( of 1,Ir(
Doaler:Iile- ilt his rtsidclitC .
Itl 11:1)"il i tat o)t -il :-M'C:it
sionl the b)dlc was held ill :1 roonl
--eparmcted froil n thIer b)v :tu ill(
brickwork. 'The subjec 41f 1hi,
sketcl, lciilig prob);bly 1.(hi :Ilt
thoughilles., lieterminedc to I g rat;ijfN
her ciriosity \\V it pair )I
.clusor. sli t-I'..ode a J)IO Iioll 0 ;
brick hron iHL' W;tll Mitd plt
helself , () i to cotlii.ll) d a fill
view'. of teery Iiig whw o'i cUcurrer
ili lle! .ro)lni.
Il t 1i.s j)o,it iol sit u iIlu.'Qt
tile lirst tw (cleees of .amsonrv
wi I wa \vts the cxtet of tile pro
ceeudihngs of O latrd- that night
F-rom what,1 shec heardt whenl th<
members of ill l b rlge we abotu
to sepa-irate tc k the first 111me s
felt tr-iliblilt"1y :Ilivc Io thle awk
wardnI- nid danger- (i hcr sltiua
tion, and began to consider hov
-;het- con"i' L i :
t ed, ;osid -,Itum-,bledl ;.;.It ll
Ile clalh w.i loud :tid . ic I le
of tOW he lodge, \ 1h0 was in the lobb
gave the alarmi, buirst openli th
door, .1) and, wth a light in) one han
andi( a dlratwn -word itn the othl
a1ppea:tred to1 the now terriftie
yountg woman:tl. iIe was immiediat<
ly jom ted by thle miemfl>ers of th~
lodige p)ret'. Tlhey for the moi
pat w e re fuious01 at thle t ran sa<
jtio. She was platced Lunder gualr
of the tvlecr an d a membi er in tI
room1 in whichl shie hadi beeni oun<
The memiibci reas-sembil1ed antd di
libIeraltedI for 1 w hiours its to3 wh:
was5 to be tione.
At len gth it was resol1vedl to gia
the youngt oma Wiithe option011 <1
subm)ilit t inig t o he A l;tsotice orde
to thle extenut she hiad witnelssedi
atnd if. she refused the muimtbe
were atgain4 to conuitlt . Mliss S
ILeger, exhautist ed andi terrific
y ielded.I, antd wats atccordl igly init
t ed. The o) Ithe inm iiates of ti
house were in perfect ignoratuce
"I had1( a sev'ere bilious attack a
felt like miy head was about to bm:
opien when I got hold of a free sami
of Cithambelatii's StomaclhiCl3( an Liv
Thabilets5. 1 totok at dose5 of thlemi aft1
suppe1r andit thle next day felt like a n<
man11 and) have beenu feeling happy t
inlce," IsaysI Mr'. .l. W. Smith ot .1uli
Texats. For biiousnless, stomiach tr<
bles5 and( consStiption) tese Tabl<)
have no equal. Price 25 cents. I
saule by the Smith Druog o. , Newhuer
S. C., ani'd thei Prosperiey Drutg C
P1rospierit.y, S. C.
Wh/len you wvant a ploaisant purgati
try Chamberlin's Stoniach and Lis
Tablets. They are easy to take ai
produce no nausea, griping or ot her d
agreeable eff'ect. For sale by
Smith Drug Company, New berry, S.
Prosperity Drug Co., Prosority. S.
A Goldon Rule
Nt-g,od to vur aild and your Crp
w illf,>e g ool, P'lenty ofN
New 43 A,;s*. St
"ac t 'etqult
a'th unv i the at
WI H1AVT E....
of 11-'o klcs : : ~':cet
tles.R ED .....
Iflle lille of: 0:v ' 11k . It e
like Owin, '"LV. 1:' 011 ' 11 Nluy
dI Lace your ord1ers for oyc.ters an
LColumbia Fish & 1c<
Co., Columbia, S. C.
it SatisfactoryV prices, quick servic<
and fresh goods. W\rite for quota
f Teacher Wanted.
a H TRUSTEES OF TABI
t,. nacle School will meet at ti
school house at about Christmas i
relect a teacher for this school yea
t. Applications are solicitedl. Salary $:
peri mloni b. Address
JNO. G. MILLER, Ch'm.,
a- Kinards, 8. C.
f]'IVE~ MILES FROM WH1ITMIRE'
Enoree River, goodI pasture land. Mi
be bought cheap and( on easy term
nd Apply to E. HI. AUL~L,
tNewberry, S. C.
~ E'MERRY KlIlTINI IMlL
rFOHiE ANNUAL1 MEETI'NG O1" Tl'
..t Stockholders of The Newher
Knitting Mill will be held at Coun
uW Chambers on the 5th day of Januar
19l'0, a t 12 o'clock Mv., f'or the electi
0'of D)irectors for the ensuing year, a
Yfor the transaction of other b)usine~
Please attendl in person or by proxy.
B. C. MATIlE;WS,
ve' Newberry, S. C., IDec. 4, 1903.
ndr~ ANUFACTURERI wants relial
is-k.L man to dleliver and1 collect; hor
he and wagon and $150 dleposit nceOssI
3., $21 a week and expenses; permanet
C. Franklin. Box 718. Philadelphia. Pa.
.meT H E...
People's National Bank
PROSPERITY, S. C.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
lmurglir proof safe and insuratice
tire proof vault. We do a general
ban king business. WVe solicit your
business. Prompt and polite at
Interest allowed in savings de
31. . Cau.ls.x,1'resident.
It. C.Nlosu\x, Vice-Pres.
\. \. \\'itlm.1m, Cashier.
\\. '. Pugh, W. A oseley,
hacoll B. l'ellers, R. 1,. l1uther,
iGeo. \. Hiowels, John 11. I"cllers,
1 1. liowers, George Johnstone,
M. . ar It1. C. Mioseley, Jos.
REARBfY MING:~ WXN
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 219000
i Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A i.-u wtrkin-,y h\ i . ptAid
for th' lIj, h I l S il aI %ki irk, bilt
whvi tO t mni ,i)vos a doilmr for bis
da" S lab- ii .x-wris for bi111 IIight,
as-L w,-i w. 6p; nitvole 111N."r lays 11 ol 1C.
0.'-- of hnd a. tv h nti o \er ,ts
Sick, .m jr -o r-ih-l (:n Parninicg himl
na ~ ~ ) inIl ts icu- thing m\work
f,.I-)tI. hut , imi), "Ivl-e to
.haVI' : t y V WI Xll.g 1,11 .r \ onl Tryl
I k--, It F21VW" 'We I)I Vi yl eb ns
41t.1 ,,(t roinj o n worliing f-,r y,!n
Me- at 1,e1 osl' inl 'ii: S;%ving.A e
pa rtlikk t dNy 1(d lot it biginl to
-ik for ycn. Iniotet computm tit
I por vo-It Jai:11try .1 ild July 1 of
..thr be v:r.
Anyone sndhTig a sketch and descrIptIon may
tinichly aseortnain our opinion froo whether nn
Muvontlon Is probably pat ontablo. (onmnlen
tions strictly contidential. HANDBOOK on latento
sont froo. Oldest a goncy for seeuring 11IRtltS.
Piateonts taken throughI Munn & Co. receive
opecial notice, without, chargo, In the
$Ci tif I Jim erican.
A handsomely illustrated woekly. Lnargest cir
culation of any acientiflo journal. Toerms, #3 a
year;: four months, $1. Sold by all newaealors.
MUNN & Co.seteroadway,-New York
Branch Omco, 626 F St., WashIngton, D. C.
e > ....
6Miss Ida M. Snyder.
Trentstrer oi thei
Jlrooklyns Enst Erud At (nh.
"If women woutld pay more akction to
their health we would have mnore' happy
wives, mother and daun :ers, and it thely
would ob- 'dve results thi.y w.s..o tiad
' that the <' ctors' pre-:eripi: do* IL not
n perform the many cutres they are givenl
Y credit for.
s-. " In conslSltingL with my d-uu;i he ad
vised McElr'&s \qine of (':rdi.dThd
ford's Blacnk.!)raught, ;nd soE I took, it .ntd
have every rea:son to th.:ntk him for a new
lie pee up to( me with r:'tor-ad htealth,
.andt It only took three mfonOt to wure me."
1', Wtine of 0'ardni iso a re'nl:;or of the0
e,v mlenIst ral I une-Ions1. :1.d ! a asl, ats
nI t.onishing.thu tin v.: n. res
y, ucant.v. su:ae41 .b
s. is hIelpbful whnara oc
hooddun re reb
birth and1 in bni o It fre
q1uenltly brinu erb hn
diruggists It $1.0 bttle of Win
ule of C~arduhi.
A statement cannot be too strong
when founded on fact. Our adver- (
tising would be wasted if it were
not absolutely correct. We stake 4
our reputation on every represeuta
tion we make, and ask our custom
ers to hold us to a strict account
therefor. We are best liked where
best known. The longer you do
business with us, the better you
will appreciate our low prices, and
the muore money you will save in
the aggregate. Having enjoyed an
unusually large patronage from ur
many frie-ads this fall and winter,
ve desire to express our apprecia
tion in a substantial way, namely:
11y selling them their Mid-Winter
ooods at a Big Reduction. The
goods mentioned in this ad. are in
eluded in this sale.
The Nashville, C[
St. Louis Ry., ai
ern and AtE
The Scenic Bat
To the North, North
Best Equipped Trains,
Quickest Time. For rat
etc., or any information,
JNO. E. S,
No. I North Pryor St.,
Opposite Union Depot.
Why not take a
beautiful State a
been brought wit
by the splendid th
vice of the ATL
LINE, the great 1
the Tropics. Wir1
ets are now on st
in Florida and H as
Gen'I Pass. Ag
"W\hat to Say in Spanish and H-ow
receipt of a two cent postage strmup.
Tlo remnind our frien ds thait w,
I''igs. Da~tes. Grated
Phone 11 0 .
Cured l)y K eeley inustitui
'rONEY TO I.END)-.I am author
- ... ized to negotiate loans on real
estate moirtgages running 8 to 5 years.
IAppy to J ohnstone & Welch.
Heavy Wool Dress Goods I
,ray Skirting worth $1 at '79c.
zray Skirting worth 75c. at 59c.
xray Skirting worth 60c. at 48c.
xray Skirting worth 50c. at 44c.
Ohecked Skirting worth 60c. at 48c.
dixed Skirting worth 60c. at 48c.
diixed Skirting worth 50c. at 44c.
All Black Dress Goods,
Jonsisting of Serges,
Ladies Cloth, Granites,
Zibilines, Mohairs, and
:Y? "Make your wife or sister
>r mother a Christmas present of
>ne of our fine Furs ii, black,
,ray and brown. All included in
his cut price sale.
N4o matter what prices are quoted
WE ARE CHIEAPER.
id the West
intic R. R.
-West and West.
Superior Service and
es, schedules, maps,
call on or address
trip this winter
md Island has
hin easy reach
rough train ser
:horoughfare to i
iter tourist tick
Ie at all points
iana. For rates,/
sleeping car and
V. J. CRAIG.4
t, Wilmington, N. C. q
to Say It'' sent to any address on
e cairry the vecry best flour' c
iarette I_ All Drug a rg
te of South Carolia e
C. Confi<lentia,l CotTesponelen ii te soh1(
ANTED. - - Manager f<j
branfch of our business
Newberry. Write promptly, wi
ences. 'The Morris Whiolesale'