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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1891
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NEWS OF THE LODGES.
MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST TO JIEM
BEES OV TnE ERATEItNlTIES.
Soino Notnblo Events In Mnsonio Circles
Activity Among tlio Order of Mcchnnicg
nnd the Kcchnbitca.
The following Masonic bodies meet upon tho
evenings of the ensuing week:
Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple
Dawson No. 10, Monday, 23d; Federal No. 1,
Tuesday, 24th: New Jerusalem No. 0, Thurs
day, 26th; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 27th; Hope
No. 20, Friday, 27th.
A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 20th. Blue
Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 23d; Acacia
No. 18, Tuesday, 24th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown George C. Whit
ing No. 22, Thursday, 20th.
Masonic Hall, Brightwood Stansbury No.
24, Monday, 23d.
Royal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple
Mount Vernon No. 3, Monday, 23d; Washington
No. 2, Thursday, 20th; Eureka No. 4, Friday,
27th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 8,
Tuesdny, 24th.
Royal and Select Masters, Sanctuary, 1007 G
street. Washington Council No. 1, Saturday,
28th.
Commandcrlcs Knights Templar. Masonic
Temple DeMolay No. 4, Tuesday, 24th; Wash
ington No. 1, Wednesday, 25th.
Ancient and Accepted Scottish -Rite. Sanctu
ary Robert de Bruco Couucil of Kadosh, Tues
day, 24th.
Hope Lodge No. 20 will confer tho 1st degree
Friday evening.
Eureka Chapter No. 4 will confer tho Mark
degree Friday eveniug.
St. John's Lodge No. 11 will confer the 3d
degree Friday evening.
Potomac Chapter No. 8 will confer the Mark
degree Tuesday evening.
"Washington Chapter No. 2 will confer the
Mark degree Thursday evening.
Stansbury Lodge No. 24 will confer either the
1st or 3d degree Monday evening.
Lafayette Chapter No. 5 will confer tho Past
and Most Excellent degree Tuesday evening.
Robert de Bruco Council of Kadosh will
transact important business Tuesday evening.
Washington Commandery No. 1 will pro
bably confer the Red Cross degree "Wednesday
evening.
The degrees of Royal and Select Master will
be conferred in Washington Council Saturday
evening.
New Jerusalem Lodge No. 9 will confer tho
3d degree Thursday evening. J. B. Henderson,
the W. M., extends a cordial invitation to all
Master Masons to bo present.
Harmory Lodge No 17 has several degrees
due for Thursday evening. The flr6t and
second were worked last Monday evening, in
stead of Friday, as before reported.
The next class of candidates for Almas
Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will be
one of the largest on record. The new officers,
assisted by the veteran George H. Walker, are
working with might and main for the success of
the temple.
Mount Vernon Chapter No. 3 will confer the
Mark Master degree Monday (to-morrow) even
ing. On account of the large number duo for
the same, this communication was not dis
pensed with, otherwise, the date falling upon
the celebration of a national holiday, it would
have been called off. The usual special was
dispensed with Monday evening last.
Columbia Commandery held an entnusiastic
conclave Friday evening, a large number of Sir
Kniuhts attending. Several life-membership
certificates were presented by the Eminent
Commander, John. K. Robinson, to those en
titled to them. A meeting of tho Drill Corps
will be held at 409 Pennsylvania avenue
Wednesday, the 25th. The Savings Association
will meet Saturday evening, the 2Sth, in the
asylum.
Brother W. A. Yates, of Harmony Lodge No.
17, is now at the Providence Hospital, under
the care of Surgeon General Hamilton, who is
administering to him the Koch system of inocu
lation for his bronchial trouble. It is yet too
early to speak of the result of the treatment,
but thus far he is progressing in a manner satis
factory alike to himself and his physician.
Many brethren of the fraternity have called on
him in his pleasant quarters "at the hospital,
and many others have sent messages of en
couragement and esteem.
With solemnity mingled with a deep and
touching pathoB the dignified and highly inter
esting services of a Lodge of Sorrow were con
ducted by Mithras Lodge of Perfection, A. A.
S. R., Thursday evening in the cathedral of the
Rite. In the centre of tho spacious room, rest
ing oh a catafalque under the bending branches
of palms and amid tho snow-white blossoms of
Easter lilies, laid the black-draped casket, with
the6word of the Scottish Rite and a pure Jamb
skin apron resting thereon, while at the south,
east, aud west dimly burned a single taper.
Around the catafalque tho chairs were arranged
in a triangle, seating tho twenty-6even brethren
who were selected to assist in conducting the
certmonie6. On the east and west of the ca
tafalque the chairs were arranged opposite each
other, and together with tho galleries were early
filled by the members of tho Rite and iuvlted
guests. Shortly after 8 o'clock tho detail from
the lodge entered the cathedral and took their
eeat6 around tho casket. They were followed
by William Oscar Roome, 33d, Venerable Mas
ter; A. li. Holt, 32d, K. C. C. II., as Senior
Warden, and Harrison DIngman, 32d, as Junior
"Warden, who assumed their respective stations
iu the east, west, aud south, tho audience,
which during their entrance had remained
standing, being seated by a signal from tho
Venerable Matter, aud a6 tho gavel fell the
solemn 6tillness was broken by tho deep tones
of the basses chanting tho "Do Profundls."
Then followed readintr from the ritual by tho
Venerable Master and Senior and Junior War
dens, interspersed with parts of tho "Miserere"
chanted by the choir, during which tho lights
in tho south, west, and east were
separately extinguished, tho hymn "Gently
Lord, O, Gently Lead Us" being rendered
very beautifully by the choir, while tho hymn,
"I would not live alway," was exquisitely sung
by Bros. Buchanan, Bird, Whipple, and Han
cock. The funeral honors were then given, the
detail, iu the uniform of tho 32d degree, march
ing three times with cadenced btep in the form
of a triangle around tho casket, then facing iu
and folding their arms across their breasts,
raised their hands to heaven, slowly let them
drop until they were extended at right angles
from the body, and then rapidly dropped them
to their 6ide6, repeating three times the word
"Farewell." At tho conclusion of tho honors
Mi6S Xarlfa Haucock 6ang Basslni'a "Tantum
Ergo," when tho lights in tho south, east, and
wets were relighted, tho choir rendering the
'Te Doum Laudamus." The oration bv Rev.
Bro. A. Florldus Steele, 32d degree, with tho
benediction, concluded the6ervlces. Tho lodge
repaired to the room below and was closed as
the audience wasbelng dismissed. Thoarrauge
jnent aud draping of the room was Ycry effect
ive, the floral decoratious being by Small, and
the draping by Mr. WUliam Sylvester. It. W.
Barker had Charge of tho undertaking arrange
ments. Tho families ol the deceased brethren
were prcsout and witnessed tho ceremonies.
Tho Lodgo of Sorrow was held in memory of
tho following brethren: David Garrick Mc
Ritchio, 18th decree, died August 11, 1SS8;
Robert Pcrcival Barbour, 14th, died December
19th, 1888; Edward Fitzkl, 33d, died May 8,
18S9; Gcorgo Milton Barker, 32d, K. 0. C. II.,
died May 10, 18S9: Charles Everett Fisher, 14th,
died May 11th, 1SS9; "William Agustus Harris,
33d, died January 10th, 1890; (leorge David
Kcnncr, 15th. died September 28th, 1800; Alfred
Bolt Mullott, ISth, died Octobor 20th, 1S90.
Tho choir who rendered tho musical programmo
was tho regular choir of thoRito: E. S. Holmes,
32l degroo, musical director; W.E. Middloton,
32d, organist; Robert Ball, 32d; F. II. Barharln,
14th; V. W. BIrd,14th: J. M. Buchauan,32d; C. W.
Hancock, 32d; G. H. Lillebridgo, 32d; H. O.
Pearson, 14th; S. H. Sawtello, 32d; G.L. Sheriff,
14th; John Waldmau, 32d; E. J. Whipple, 32d;
G. A. Wbltnkcr, 15th, and Charles Xander, 82d.
The officers of tho lodgo aro as follows: Wil
liam Oscar Roomo, 33d degree; Vencrablo
Master; T..J. Woodman, 32d, Senior Warden;
A. B. Coolidge, 32d, Junior Warden; A. F.
Steele, 32d, Orator; W. II. Douclas, 32d,
Almoner; A. II. Holt, 32d, K. C. C."H., Secre
tary; W. J. Lowu, 32d, Treasurer; Martin
O'Counor, 32d, Master of Ceremonies; S. E.
Tomllnsou, 18th, Junior Master of Ceremonies;
G. II. Walker, 32d, Expert; II. W. Smith, 32d, As
sistant Expert; J. A. Foos, 32d, Captain of the
Guard; W. J. Hay, 32d, Tiler.
Independent Order Mechanics.
Lafayette Lodge No. 13 held a pleasant ses
sion Fobruary 19. Louis Dorr is laid up by an
aecident. Mr. W. H. Ferguson received the
Apprentice degree. Conductor Burroughs, of
Friendship Lodgo No. 7, was present.
Tho session of Friendship Lodge No. 7, Feb
ruary 18, was largely attended. Mr. J. H. Gib
son had tho 1st, 2d, and 3d degrees conferred
upon him. William Scrivener received tho 2d
degree. This lodge will pay a fraternal visit to
Baltimore City Lodgo No. 2 on Februarv23,
leaving the B. and O. depot at 6:15 P. M. 'Past
Supreme Ruler J. M. Richards is still confined
to his home. Grand Architect R. B. "Wilson
and Past Master J. R. Fagau, of Lafayette
Lodge No. 13, were present.
Goodwill Lodge No. 14 held an enthusiastic
meeting Tuesday. H. C. Simonds received tho
2d degree, and was elected to receive the 3d.
Past Master Schoenthal is still ill. Deputy
Grand Architect Butler, of Goodwill Lodge No.
13, of Charlottesville, Va.; also Worthy Master
Gillingham, Junior Master Engle, Past Master
Ernest, Bros. G. E. and J. Thomas, and Pot
bury, of Anchor Lodge No. 9; Past Masters J.
R. Fagan and W. L. Kllnehanse, of Lafayette
No. 13, aud Worthy Master Troth, of Colum
bia No. 1, wero present and loud in their praise
of the manner in which this (the baby lodge)
mastered.the degree work.
" Columbia-Lodge No. 1 held an unusually
large and interesting session February 17. Tho
Apprentice degree was conferred upon Mr. W.
C. Herfurth and John A. Clark. Bros. L.
Bohs and W. C. Herfurth were duly elected to
tho 2d degree, which will be conferred upon
them February 24. Tho following brothers are re
ported sick: Godmell, W. Chaimberland, W.
P. Knight, who for two weeks has been at Gar
field Hospital; C. P. Graves, who has had his
right leg amputated, and J. N. King. Co
lumbia Lodge No. 1 is the mother lodee of this
jurisdiction and much is expected of fier. De
cree work has been going on forsome time past
and will continue.
Golden Cross Notes.
Goodwill Commandery meets to-morrow
evening at Scottish Rite Hall, No. 1007 G 6treet
northwest. The 2d and 3d degrees will be con
ferred. Columbia Cornnianderv meets on Tuesday
evening at Medford's Hall, corner of Eighth
and I streets. The degrees will be conferred on
five candidates.
Capital Commandery will meet on Friday
evening at Washington Hall, corner of Third
street east and Pennsylvania avenue southeast,
and confer the degrees on two candidates.
Meridian Commandery will meet on Friday
evening at Golden Cross nail, corner of Fifth
and 1 streets northwest, and confer the decrees
on 6ix candidates. The Golden Cross Choir will
assist in the initiatory services.
Anacostia Commandery at its meeting on
Wednesday evening received two applications
for membership. There was a large number
present, including J. H. A. Fowler and Wil
liam A. Crouse, of Mount Vernon Commandery.
After closing refreshments were furnished and
served by the ladles of the commandery.
Mount Vernon Commandery will meet on
Wednesday evening, at 0:30 o'clock, at Good
Templars' Hall, corner Four-and-a-half street
and Pennsylvania avenue, and confer the 1st
degree ou five candidates. At 7:30 a musical
and literary entertainment will be given by tho
Pastime Musical Club for tho benefit of the
commandery fund.
National Commandery at its last meeting re
ceived applications from Nathan It. Edelen,
James F. Scaggs, and W. E. Oliver. Tho re
signation of J. F. Lucas was accepted, and W.
H. Byers was elected and Installed into that
office by Deputy Grand Commander R. II.
lates. Mrs. Martha J. Howison was added to
tho committee on the open meeting and enter
tainment to take place March 2. Dr. Charles
Allen, L. R. Trembly, and R. H. Yates wero
appointed a committee to secure a hall for tho
meetings of tho commandery. This com
mandery now numbers seveuty-oight, with
eight applications pending.
Independent Order of Iteehabites.
(F. E. DeYoe, H. C. R.)
Heber Tent No. 19 initiated two members
Monday evening.
Georgo C. Thompson Tont No. 3 conferred the
3d degree on four members Thursday night.
Anacostia Tent No. 1SS Tuesday evening gave
a free entertainment and supper to three 'hun
dred persons.
Unlou Tent No. 87 initiated three members
Wednesday evening aud conferred the 1st and
2d degrees on four others.
Grand Deputy Ruler Eller orgaulzed a pri
mary tent in Northeast Washington last night.
High Chief Ruler DoYoe was present.
The High Secretary, Brother Mauoney, reports
the receipts for six months to be $338.54. This
is more than was reported for the entire year of
Naomi Tent No. 8, Ladles, Initiated two
ladies Wednesday evening, and received sovon
applications as a result of Anacostia Tent's
open meeting.
Potomac Tent's fair closed Thursday night.
It netted tbcm $400. Tho Washington table,
presided over by Mrs. Mahonoy, and Mrs. and
Miss Mobley, netted $00.
High Secretary Mahonoy left yesterday morn
ing to organize a primary teut near Petersburg.
He will hold a preliminary meeting to organize
another in Richmond before he returns.
Tho initiation outfit of Cammack Teut No. 50
will cost forty dollurs. Tho tent has ordered
thoDurchaso of thesume at once. Cammack
Tent Junior Initiated five last evening and re
ceived a visit from Capitol Junior. They will
parade in full uniform to-morrow.
Capital Tent No. 19, Cammack No. 43, and
Union No. 57 (Juniors) have added sixty to their
membership slnco Jauuary 1. With the addi
tion of George C. Thompson Tent, Jr., which
will bo organized Thursday night nnd llcbor
Tent, Jr., tho work in this branch will boom.
In dependent Order of Ilechabit oh.
(A. M. Dowoy, II. C. It.)
The Eagle Junior3, aTe zoalous In tholr
drilling duties and aro becoming qulto proficiont.
Eaglo Tent No. 2, under tho supervision of
Chief Ruler John Hancock, is enthusiastically
at work in temperauco reform.
Redemption Tont No. 144 has under con
sideration a proposition for a change of lo
cation to a portion of tho city wheroitcan bo
more useful.
High Secretary-Treasurer L. II. Patterson has
during tho week sent supplies for tonts to
North Carolina, West Virginia, Pennsylvania,
Indiana, and Missouri.
Purity Tont No. 4, (Woman's Branch,) Navy
Yard, is energetically pushing tomporanco work.
Two young ladies wero initiated Monday even
ing and thcro aro threo candidates for to
morrow night. Arrangements aro being mado
for an entertainment.
Friendship Tent No. 73, Red Men's Hall, has
initiations at every meeting. After Initiation
at tho last meeting there was a general inter
change of viow8 on tho action of tho District
Commissioners in deviating from tho rulo re
stricting the number of licenses.
Tho Rcchabitc Advocate was issued during
tho week in eight page form, and contains, be
sides interesting and aggrcssivo editorial mat
ter and news of tho progress of tho order, the
protraits and biographical sketches of Past
High Representatives Julian W. Wright and
Richard II. Cooke, of this city.
Progressive Benefit Order.
Potomac Lodgo No. 373, of tho Procresslvo
Benefit Order, lias been organized at Mclford
Hall, corner Eighth and I streets northeast.
Deputy President, H. W. B. Reid, of Baltimore,
Md., and S. L. Kohu, organizer for this Dis
trict, installed tho following officers last Satur
day evening: Past President, Edward G. Ander
son , A. G. O., War Department; President, D. D.
Thompson, room 8, Atlantic Building; Vice Prcsi
ident.Charles E.Roberts,Post Office Department;
Secretary, Thomas J. Clark, R. and P. Division,
War Department; Treasurer, P. M. Hough,
Paying Teller Columbia Bank; Marshal, Rob
ert E. Carr; Assistant Marshal, Mrs. Mary E.
Clark; Chaplain, Mrs. Mary E. Thompson;
Guard, Edward II. Webb; Sentinel, William
W. Edwards; Trustees, D. D. Thompson,
Charles E. Roberts, and Edward "W. Webb.
Tho Progressive benefit Order pays $100 in one
year at a probable cost of $45 or $10 per week
sick benefit. For particulars inquire of tho
above officers, or S. L. Kohn, 937 F street north
west, organizer of this District.
,A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Miller's
shirts aro beauties. Mado on the premises,
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For Wllliarasport, Rochoitor, nnd Niagara.
Falls, 7:10 P. M. dally except Saturday, wit
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For Williamaport, Ronovn, and Ulmfra us
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i ,0?nSp.0,1,s' 7'20 nnu WW a. M 11.E0 and
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For Richmond and thoBouth.4.30, 10.57 A. M,
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Trains leayo Alexandria for Wnshlngton,t5.05,
7.05,8, 9.10, 10.15, 11.44 A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.5075.10 0.05
7.05,9.20. 10.50. and 11.08 p. M. dn Sunday at
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WLETT,
AND
GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE:
1411 IN" STREET1.
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1802.
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN IN ALL
CASES.
ESTIMATES AND PRICES CHEERFULLY
FURNISHED.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED
IF DESIRED. no30-tfl2
-A. EI1VE LINE
OF
HEW FAIL STYLES
IN STOCK AT
VEEI IOW PBICES.
TUBMAN'S
Seventeenth St. and Penn. Ave. N.W.
TELEPHONE, 003-3.
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SH0EEHAM CAFE,
Cor. 15th and H Streets,
ONE SQUARE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE
Dinner and Theatre Parties
A SPECIALTY.
JAMES M. KEEMN,
MANAGER. 0c5-tf
J. MAURY DOVE,
THIS FINEST
SPLINT and CANNEL COAL
EVER SOLD IN WASHINGTON.
MAIN OFFICE:
IWENTX-FIRHT AND I SXBEKTh.
BRANCH OFFICES:
1300H Street, 1080 MStrout,-
AND
. Wharf Woof, of P unci (i Streotn.
ADOLPHUS GUDE.
WM. F. GUDE.
PLOBISTS.
A. GUDE & BRO.,
113 F street Northwest.
Telephone, 009-2. 423 Centre Market.
FINE ROSES and OUT FLOWERS a Specialty.
, n Greon Houses, Anacostia, D. C.
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MANOS
SANDERS & STAYMAN,
SOLE AGENTS,
031 F street northwest.
DR. J. R. BERRY, D. D. S.,
ASSISTANT DEMONSTRATOR OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND,
HAS TAKEN PARLORS AT 1010 FIFTEENTH
STREET NORTHWEST,
And solicits patronage. Gas, Nitrous Oido, and
all Amestheflcs administered, ool2-0m0
JOHN H. HO
ALL
GOAL and WOOD
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