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Masonic Affairs.
for senior warden. Armand OITutt, for
junior warden.
St. John's Lodge. No. 11-Albert O.
.: McCheeney. master; Frank B. Ketch um.
.onlor warden: tXbram R Wingate, Junior
"Nrarden. James E. Hutchinson, secretary ;
Jtobert A. Daniel, treasurer.
'A Proxies to Grand Lodge Richard M.
tWhomas. for master; George R Da via, for
senior warden; C. Marion Lashhorn for
,., 'junior warden.
Dawson IyOdge. No. IS Royal E. Cor
. Win. master; Perry P. Patrick, senior
r"-..warden : Frederic E. Hodge, junior war
.. .Jen; John A. Colborn. secretary; Joseph
I' Stephenson, treasurer.
' . Proxies to Grand Lodge William H.
Murray, for master: Rodney Gary, for
i 'senior warden; Wisdom D. Brown, for
-.Junior warden.
; Hone I-odge. No. 20 Walter I- Haten.
'master: David F. Linthlcum. senior war-
' ' .ten: Warren F. Rohr. Junior warden:
-William A. Craig, secretary; Harry G.
'-Sherwood, treasurer.
IToxies to Grand Lodge Ernest K.
: Wllkins. for master: Edwsrd A. L.
' Sterncs. for senior warden; Wallace W.
Kirliy. for junior warden.
:, Anacostia Lodge. No.' 2 Albert E.
"lck. master: Simon Bube. senior war
'1ea: William R. Williamson, junior war
den; Milton J. Flllius. secretary; Adolphus
,'r Gpde, treasurer.
;-;. Proxies to Grand Lodge Lawrence I
Dunning, for master: John T. Fowler, Jr..
-j. for senior warden: Albert D. Bartlett. for
, Junior warden.
matron; Charles G. Williams, worthy
patron; Mabel Thompson, associate
matron; Nellie Pattrson, conductress;
Jessie Hover, associate conductress;
Marian McCathran, secretary; Martha
Harper, treasurer; Convis Parker, senti
nel, and the appointive officers.
The east was banked with- tall cedar
trees. - strung with : colored electric
; lights, making a beautiful- background
for the Installation ceremony.
Miss Austin, Miss Fisher. Mr. David
son, and Mr. Mellis. Martha Chapter's
t-iioir, with Mrs. Norma Hints, organ
ist, -were assisted by Gertrude Ball.
Francis Schsrger.- Marian. Richardson,
Eflle Darna'H. and- Messrs, Wllllsm
Powell, J. D. Rosrkn. W. J. Pillius. and
Scantlebury in rendering Christmas
music appropriate for the occasion.
Addresses were made by the worthy
matron, Mrs. Anna Harvey, and the
worthy natron. Charles G. Williams.
and "Looking Backward Over 1H"
wss the subject of a very witty psper
read bv Miss Msbel Thompson, asso.-
i elate matron.
Past Matron Mrs. Effle Brlggs present -,
ed the retiring matron with a past rnat
I ron's Jewel, and Mr. Robert Davidson
presented the retiring patron with a
handsome silver loving cup. Mrs. Edith
Kramer, on behalf of Martha Chapter.
I presented the secretsry. Miss Marian Mc-
Cathron. with an Eastern Star pin. ami
Mrs. Nellie Pattison presented the treas
urer. Mrs. Martha Harper, with an um
hreiin The retiring matron was also pre
sented with a set of silver knives and
forks in token of esteem from her many
friends In the chapter, and from the ap
pointive officers of 19U. a beautiful piece
of hand-painted china, the presentation
speech being made by Miss Ruth Brlggs.
After the completion of the progrsm.
refreshments were served In the banquet
hall, where the spirit of Xmas was fur
ther carried out In the decorations.
Friendship barter,
tall en
O. E. ., to In-
George C. Whiting Lodge. No. 22 Cor-
neJJus H. Failing, master; Charles E.
J "Llghtfoot. senior warden; Albert E.
.Craig, junior warden; David F. pum
: berth, secretary- Edward tL Smith tress.
I Arse Friendship Chapter No. IT. O. E. S
Proxies to Grand Lodge William E I e'H' hold its regular meeting in the
..' Greaves, for master; S Dalle.-. Tucker. I Masonic Hall. Tennellytown, D. C. Tues-
for senior warden: Reuben A. Boglev, for day. Decembi r 22. at 7:J0 p. m. The fol-
'.' Junior warden. lowing officers will be installed by Past
! Grand Matron, Mrs. Fanny Taylor, the
- Stansburv Lodse. No 24 Frank C j mother of Friendship Chapter: Mrs
. (,8haw. master: Ezekiel J Avers, senior Maxella Parks, worthy matron: Mr. John
warden: Jacob M. Kimball, junior war-jw. Lynn, worthy patron: Mrs. Nellie
di-n : Henry Yost. jr.. secretary; Arthur j Fletcher, associate matron; Mrs. Samu I
c Shaw, treasurer.. . Shields, conductress: Past Matron Mrs.
, proxies to Grand Ixxlge Joseph Steker. , Eriith A Lynn, secretary: Junior Past
C for master: Henry C. Stein, for senior i Matron Mrs. Fronie R. Berryman. tress
and considerable Information regarding
Mooseheart. 111., where the Loyal Order
of Moose have established a home for
orphan children and for old and Infirm
members. They have acquired over LOW
acres of land and have erected many
buildings, and upward of 100 children
of members of the Moose are now being
cared for and educated. Mr. Ceased y
claims the Loyal Order of Moose Is the
third largest organisation in the world
having more than IOO.uK members now on
Kits rolls. Dr. William A. Mean. end the
members of the I. D. K. committee who
have In charge the arrangements -for the
"Dutch supper" were present. The
Dutch supper will take place early in
The weekly progressive euchre parties,
which are held every Friday night at
Moose Hall, are regular family gath
erings and very enjoyable. The commit
tee has decided to hold the euchre, psrty
on Christmas Day and also New Veer's
Day. wnicn rail on Friday.
A dispensation has again been granted
by the supreme dictator to open the char
ter of Columbia Lodge for an Increase
of membership, and a committee has
been appointed consisting or Dr. J.
Kramer. T. J. Lanahan. J. Albert Stahl.
A. t'aulfleld. and Phil Kronhelm to de
vise ways snd means to build up the
membership roll to l,ofl members
The house committee hss decided to
have "open house" at the clubreoms on
New Year's Day, and several of the lady j $
their services to assist In receiving the
callers. The house committee writ pro
vide a bountiful supply of refreshments
and good things to eat. and all members
and their friends are invited to. call and
Inspect the clubrooms and be entertained.
. i warden ;
' warden.
Ewald Schneider, for junior
Kin? David IsO-dpe. No. 28 I -avid G
. ""heesman. master; Frank N. Chase, pe-1
. ior warden: Ollii W. Rokes. Junior1 Colai.it. it
' warden; ."hnjr.es K. MoUter. secretary;
Marvin M Mrf.ean. treasurer.
Proxies to Grand IxxiRr Howard T.
Leslie, for master; Ernest C, SaJtxrnan,
fr senior warden; fotiis J. Hughe!1, for
Junior warden.
urer: Mrs. Esther Riihardson. associate
conduct res; Mrs. Annie Hall, marshal.
Miss Ruth Berryman. warder; Mr. James
R. Hall, sentinel.
I.odae fn (ondui-i Serv
ices, at Home.
Takoma I-odfje.. No. :5 Ernest W. For- !
ter. matter. Malcolm McCrone. senior !
warden; Harry A. Stacy, junior warden: '
Jacob H. Derrick, secretary; William E. I
Dyre, treasurer.
rox)es to Grand I-rOdue C. H. Spencer,
for master; James N. England, for senior;
warden; I-. E. iteppert. for Junior warden.
The religious services at the Masonic
and Eastern Star Home on Sunday, De
cember 27, will be in charge of Columbia
Kodne. No. 3, F. A. A. M.. and will be
conducted by Rev. Walter F. Smith, pas
tor of the Ingram Memorial Church.
Worshipful Master SentfStack an
nounces that arrangements have been
I made to meet all who desire to attend
I the services with automobiles at Georgia
j avenue and Rittenhoue street at 2:11
I o'clock, and a large attendance Is prob-
able. The lodge will take its soloist and
I organist to the services.
. M.. to
Tt inpl-.Nuycs loope. o. 32 Frank
Sprteg I-err, master: Fitment W. Huske.
senior warden; John G. Hodges, junior J Washington Chapter. No. 2. R. A. M..
warden: Francis A Sebring, secretary: will celebrate Christmas Eve by confer
. i In c WltaanJ treasurer. J ring the royal arch degree This will h.-
Proxies, to Grand Lodge C. Fred Cook. the last convocation this year ai.d a large
for master: John Poole, for senior war- ' attendance is desired as thre is busi-
' WftsihlnKtoii Chapter, R.
Coaler Degree.
Washington Chapter. No 2
Knights of Pythias Events.
Irrnl.T 2-Equal. No. IT. buatnaw: Asaaranlh.
No. 3. election. Century, No. 3B. rank of esquire
and election.
Decewber Jx- ! Nn. T. nonra : RkreWor.
No. 14. sawBBH; C.tiul. No. 31. liuMoeai: Uynlt .
No. 3. buMnnw.
IM-nuhrr 23- M-.ir.t Versos. No. 5 baine-.
Inloa. Nn. S. Iiiim Osluoibu. No Si. .lection.
IVoomber .'4 ILrniom. No. 3, CBllHl.off.
IlfcimU-r S-Noae wtiedulsd.
IeoHabrr 3-Krienujhip Temple. No S. buuaeM.
1'MS.isn Dramatic Inh OrissUei.
At the regular meeting of the organi
sation committee last Sunday after-1
noon the Pythian Dramatic (Tub was
formally launched and various commit
tees appointed, includinc a committee to
draft a set of by-laws for the club.
V. K. Dentlnger, of Century Ixxlge. :
No. 30. was elected president; Jerorn
Williams, of ('alanthc Ixtdge. No. II.
secretary, and Vice Grand Chancellor
William II. Kimmel. treasurer. The next
meeting will be held 8und.iv afternoon.
January 3. in the chancellors room.
It was announced at the meeting last
Minday that one of the first attempts of
the Dramatic Club would be the produc
tion of a modern play written by W. K.
Dentlnger. embracing Pythian senti
ments. The netting of the drama Is Isid
in Washington, has three acta and twelve
people In the cast The title of the piece
Is "Friendship Regained."
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f . 'SBJ feBB Wr -fmm Lr'ssfl
kS BtaS sasssssMsssaSKsssssUasssal BKfiSsssBsTJsl SsssssB
Centary Lodge to rosier Rank
Century IxMlge. No. Ml will confer the
rank of knight on iic candidate at Its
meiting tomorrow night Klc Hon of
ofHcers will also be held.
WashlHKtna Con
den; I.,
Whiting Estes, for Junior war-
Martha Chap.
ness of importance to be transacted. A
cordial invitation is extended to all Royal
Arch Masons.
stalled by
ter, O. F.
Tlie following officers were Installed I
! the grand worthy matron. Mr. ; Deputy Supreme Dictator J Albert Caa-
Cowles. at the meeting of sedy. of Baltimore. Md . was a visitor
Loyal Order of Moose.
Fl id ay
Chapter. No.
night: Anna
A. O. E.
S-. on I at the last meeting of Columbia Iodge.
worthy No. ISC. Mr. Cassedy gave a fine address
An Ideal Christmas Gift
A gift that will bring joy and happintiss to the ones you love, and complete your home
with the greatest of all pleasures.
Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New
Ring out the old, silent piano, ring in a new 88-note Kimball Player-Piano, the great
est achievement of the age. Do not fail to call at once and allow us to show you these won
derful instruments. Our demonstrator will convince you of the fact that they are the best
values money can buy. We have them from $390 up to $800. Terms to suit if desired.
A gift of one of these celebrated Kimball player-Pianos will thereafter reflect credit on
the discrimination and good judgment of the giver.
Open Evenings Until Christmas.
T. P. Culley & Son
523 Eleventh St. N. W.
t '.
Out of the High-Rent District
1305 F Street N. W.
Is offering in her Art Needlework Department, among many other
attractive holiday goods,
A Unique Novelty
in shape of a miniature market basket, containing black pins
so arranged as to simulate blackberries. This little novelty.
which combines both the useful and the ornamental, will be on
sale in no other shop in America. Price, 75 cents.
We are showing a full line of distinctive Christmas gifts,
many of which can be duplicated in no other shop in the country.
any Klecls
Washington Company, No. I. C. R. K.
of P.. held its annual election Wednesday
night, which resulted as follows: George
H. Whiting, captain; George G. Cressv
first lieutenant; William M William's.
second lieutenant; Roger A. Reeves,
treasurer (re-elected); Morris H. Konlgs
berr. recorder; Albert H Adams first
sergeant; William Roberts, second rr-l
" ji'hsncellor commander. I., e B. Kmerv;
otes of Pythlaa Maters. j vice chancellor. Georee E. Speaker.
Rathhone Temple. No. v. Pythian Sis-' P'eiate. J s. Present master of works,
ters. entertained a large assemhlane nt W, II Hoswell: keeper of records and
members and visitors Friday niaht the seal. B
occasion Deing a fraternal yisit of Orand
M.yua i r-i-leotpd. twenty -
wventh yenxi : master of finance, John
Ohanrellor H M. Vandervort and the i A,,ilnw r""t'" - -xheiuer. W. A.
other (.rand I-odtre officers of the Knisjhts Tnomp8n r--l-ct.-li master at arms.
I of Pythias. Addresses were mA hv .. K B Thomas; inner puard. Max Rosn-
Itrand chancellor and his associate of- thal re-elected); umer fruard. A. T.
Rurdine; usher, Thomas
sreant-at-arms. William
doorkeeper, f V. Schroeder: trustees,
H. J BriKht. W J Cmrej and W D.
Culleen; deleszates to the cahmet.
Jesse B K I-ec. w 1 fulleen. William
C, Nicholson. Thomas F Ran, William
J O'Brien. William J Cirey. John T.
Burdtne. R. J. Jon s. .lames Y. HuKhes.
H J Stahl and J T IKnnelly; delegate
headed bv George
deer and a program of music and r ii Adams re-e1erted, i . presentatlve to the o Immediate Relief Association, F
si . . . -ti.-, ., , . ,... II, I. . . . I -v,., , K-
nuns was presented. UcrreshmenL and iW"rL n-ii, - "r,ll"i!-ni. "iimit- ....... -c.b
Social hour closed the evening Th. i John Adams, sr.. Henderson and
r-. t. j noma-
'-veninir. The
nan was Beautifully decorated In pauns,
Branch of 546 Fifth Ave., Cor. 45th St. New York.
holly. Christmas irreens mnA i.,,... . 'and IaAk-
lichts. Mrs. l,ln M.rk. .h.i -Thompson, M
- .-, linn iiibii Ul I - ,, ,
the committee in charge, wa- assisted I """ and B
by Mrs. Olivia Atherton. Mrs Kate'
Smith. Mrs. Lillian Patrick. Mrs. Florence ' 0,,," ,,,r
.-.roure, Mrs. Mary Mlnnis. Mrs Bertha
Williams. Mrs Margaret Morcock Mrs
Kffle nemonj. Mrs. Klla Hardesty. Mrs
FVnelope Roesseu. the Misses Katherme
I Kmmons. Josephine Jarboe. and Harriet
j Little, and John Preeeott, H. Klkton
Smith. J. Ed Wilson, ami Israel Som-
Mrs fdrrie Hacis will mtertain thi
Past Chiefs' Association. Pythian Si
ters. at the monthly meeting of the or
ganisation tomorrow night. A commUt. e
ci m posed of Mrs. Mary K. Mitchell Mrs
Oella M. Niohols. Mrs. Roberta Prescott
Miss Mary R Steiner. and Mrs. Carrie
Kavis visited the Washington Asylum
Hospital and .served the monthly treat
of the association to the inmates t.isr
representstives to the
John Adams, sr
.1 Mavis. C. W.
I nli, Mn I i. in.
. W. A.
Final Clearance Sale
of the Season
late I. C Ellis.
January It Decatur. No. 9. Grand
I Prelate I. C. Ellis and Grand Inner
'Guard F. H. Melick.
January 8 Syracusians. No. 10.
Urand Lodge officers.
January 11 Calanthe. No. 11. tlrand
, Outer Guard Wilson Harvey and Grand
Lecturer J. N. Kline.
January S Hermione. No. 12. Grand
Vice Chancellor W. A. Kimmel. and
I Past Grand Prelate G. W. Henderson.
B. W. Helss Heads Asealoa Tenwte. I January S Excelsior. No. 14. Grand
Georgetown Council has elected the
following officers for the coming year:
K. J. Iepenbrock. president; G W,
Mffun. jr vice president; T. Farrell.
speaker; F J. Richardson, ex-president .
Henry Connell. secretary; R. P. Wad-
nmmced. . Baanclal secretary; I H. Teat-
, ,, . ... man. treasurer; E. S. Langan. chap-
follow , nu named officers will 1,1. M ,. M.cha.i ,,hr h l- m...
perform the installation services in the Monald. sergeant-at-arms: L. Poling,
seversl subordinate lodges on the dates doorkeeper: It. P Waddey and L. Pol-
..-4 ii.. ai n.,.H k.- ,i intt. delegates to the cabinet; Henry
nsmed. tin- nrsl named being the com- .., .. ji . . ,, . ,
' onnell. delegate to Immediate Relief
missioned deputy grand chancellor for Association; trustees. L Poling. W F
the purpose and the other being named i Taylor and Henry Connell.
as assisting ,
January 7 Franklin .odgc. No 2. East Capitol Council met at 111
all the ilrand Lodge offerers Pennsylvania avenue southeast, last
January S Mount Vernon. No .V, Monday evening The following offi
flrand Chancellor W. A. Kimmel. and cers were elected for the coming vear:
Past Grand Chancellor Mark Steamian. j President. C C Kibbey; vice president.
January 5 Webster. No 7. ilrand R. N. c Richer: speaker. J. B. Stersie. I
Lecturer J N. Kline, and Grand Pn - rex-president. F A ciaveloux: serre-
. tary. W. J. Hamacher. flnancial secre-
Ryan: ser- tee from the counci
J ti'Brien: A Howe
lecturer Degnan presided at th social
session. Entertainment numbers were
contrthuted l the double quartet of
the choral society. Mr. W. Malone. of
Chicago, and the following members of
arroll Council: John rievlney. Harry J.
Kane. William A Kane. Albert Brand.
John F. McGuire, and John Campbell.
Rev P. C tlavan. pastor of the Sacred
Heart Church, a recent addition to the
council, delivered an address. Over fifty
presents were distributed from the
Christmas tree, including a set of the
Catholi.- En- clopedla. presented to Mr.
Michael Iliertv.
I hnrnl socit-l
Rehearsing for I on-
Rehearsals for the roncert to be given
hy the Knights of Columbus Choral So
ciety, under the direction of Dr. Dickin
son, on Frida evening. Fehruary .".. are
now in progress. Tomorrow night the
choristers will easts! at the exercises
cel bra tine the elvatmn of Rev. Father
O'Brw-o, of 81 Peter's Church, to the
title of monsignor
titled "Socialism The Nation of
Fatherless Children '' Mr Goldstein was
formerly a member of the Socialist move
ment, and was its first candidate for
mayor of the city of Boston. He is con
sidered to be Socialism's most formidabi
opponent He is often spoken of as a
walking encyclopedia of knowledge relat
ed to the entire ground of his subject
Admision to the lecture will be free.
Tribal Doings of Red Men.
Sioux T".!e No. lv. did nm hod i
tribal meeting Thursday but devoted the
evening to the members' families and
their friends and it was known ss Sioux
Tribe's "Kiddies' Night, and wss ,t
gala occision for the little ones. Th
hall, which is located at Sixth and U
streets northwest, was tastefully deco
rated, in the center of which was lo
cated a huge Christmas tre,-, electrical.-
CONTIVI HP nv pa;k eleven.
Dramatic I Inh
I'rnilirr Tiro
Mrii Emma D. Bvnum. supreme repre
sentative from the grand temple. Pythian
Sisters of Virginia and the District of
Columbia, has been appointed deputy su
preme chief hy the supreme chief of the
order. Mrs. Cors M. Davis, of fnlon
1$5.00 Hats Now .
I $15.00 Hats Now
All our imported models this week at tremendous reductions. :j:!
Fur Sets Special
$75 Black Fox Sets, now tin 8
French Seal (black) Ermine trimmed, $100 value, now. . .$50 1
Four Black Satin Dresses, value $45, now $20 I
Blue Storm Serge Tailored Dresses, trimmed with satin $10
805-807 11th Street N. W.
Astalon Temple. No. l. Dramatic- Or
der Knights of Khoraasan. held their
monthly meeting last Monday evening,
when the following officers were elected
Royal Vlxier. E. W. Heiss; grand emir.
W. E. Bentinger: mahedi, w. M. Will
lams; sheik. S. A. Murdock: secretary
M. H. Konigsh-rg. treasurer Albert v-.i,'
iert; satrap. Joseph Stein; sahib H K
Bosweli: Joe.. G. Frank Day: mokanna!
8. M. Pearson; trustee for three years,
H. T. Pimea: representative to the Im
perial palace. M. T. Plmes; alternate
representative to the imperial palace, G
Prank Day. It was decided to hold an
other ceremonial February 141.
"rrarnltii Lodge Has Large Claaa.
Syracusians Lodge, No. lu, conferred
the rank of esquire upon a large class at
their convention. Friday evening. This
lodge bids fair to show the greatest ner.
centage of gain in membership of any of
the lodges in this domain for the past
Drratar Lodge Elect, otlevra.
Decatur Lodge, No. . at lu last en--
vention elected the following officers
ror me coming year: chancellor com
mander, E. E. Roberta; vice chancellor
Kelsey Saul; prelate. J. Q. Roberts
master of work, Charles Miller- keeper
of records and seal. C. E. McAllister
tre-elected); master of finance, M
Hanson (re-elected); master of" ex
chequer. C. Albert Freer (re-elected)
meater at arms. Wlllard C. Reed; Inner
guard. J. 8. Loeb; outer guard J L,
Biggs; trustees. F. Trede, J. Q. Roberts
and j; a: Gottsman. representative i
the relief bureau, Kelsey Saul; represen
tatives to the Grand Lodge. C E M--
rtineier, si. nanson, u. w. Jordan, J Q
Roberts, and P. C. Phillips
osscer. Elected by Harssoay l.odae
Harmony Iodge. No. a, has elected the
following officers for the coming year!
Master at Arms J. B. Dickman.
Past Supremo Representative J. B.
January 4 Equal, No. 17. Grand
Inner Guard. P. H. Melick and Grand
Lecturer J. N. Kline.
January 14 Harmony, No.
tary. J. A Frank: chaplain. J. W.
Flower; usher. A M liugden. trustees.
F. A. Ciaveloux. Joseph A Frank, and
R N. c. Rlcker delegate to cabinet.
C C. Kibbey. delegate to the Immedi
ae rfelief Association. F A. Ciaveloux.
Hall Monday
otticers were
y ear : L. B.
W. I.ovelat-e.
Council met at Eagles'
evening. The following
elected for the coming
Strickrott. president: A
vice president: Richard
Grand Chancellor Mark Stearman and
Grand Master at Arms J. B. Dickman.
January 6 Union. No. 22. Grand
Keeper of Records and Seal II. J. Gas
son, and Grand -Is-rurer J. N. Kline.
January 5 Capital. No. 24, Orand
Outer Guard Wilson Harvey, and Su
preme Representative Albert Kahlert.
January ' Myrtle. No. 25. Grand
Chancellor H. M. Vandervort and Past
j Grand Chancellor Mark Stearman.
January 13 Columbia. No. 28. Grand
Keeper of Record and Seal H. J. Gas
son and Grand Vice Chancellor W. A.
Kimmel. and Grand Master at Arms J.
B. Dickman.
January 4 Amaranth. No. 26. Grand
Master of Exchequer F. B. Crown, and
Grand Outer Guard Wilson Harvey.
January Rathbone-Superlor, No.
29. Grand Lodge officers.
January 4 Century. No. 20. Grand
Master at Arms J. B. Dickman and
Past Grand Chancellor Mark Stear
H Anderson, ex-president: John W
Crabb. speaker; Wllford M. Nott. chap
lain; Norman Miller, usher. C. Kelly.
sergeant-at-arms; J Beavers, door
keeper; trustees. F. A. Strickrott.
Charles H Schulte. and John T Flnne-
Past gan. delegates to cabinet. F. A. Btrtck-
The Knlgdita of Columbus Dramatic
Club met Mnndav evening. President
Fran, is J. P. Cleary. presiding. Arrange
ments were perfected for producing twn
plays' "Nsal Engagements' snd "Mv
Lord in Livery." to be staged m Car
roll Hall. J street near Tenth street
northwest, nn February 10, at o'clock
The proceeds will he presented to the
Particular Council. St. Vincent de Paul
Socicn. for itg relief work irnons Un
deserving poor of the citv.
Have ladle.-
Notes of National Union.
December -.l-llie Dim a Htfme btweat at roll'.
TbestiT Potoouc Council. PrthUs Trsnk- Os
ttsl Council. Perpetual Buildins Hall.
Deciher 34-BasatS Council. Typographical
Tnsple. Dsblmn Council. Pythian Temple.
At the last regular masting of Mr.
Klnley Council. No. t2, the following
officers were elected for the coming
year: President. Jesse R K. Lee; vice
president. S. J. Birthright; ex-president.
W C. Nicholson; speaker. H. J.
Stahl: secretary, R J. Jones; financial
secretary, . W. Q. Batts; treasurer,
Charles G. Robinson; chaplain, John I.
rott. H. Schulte: delegate to Imme
diate Relief Association. F. A. Strick
Congressional Council met at Typo
graphical Temple on Wednesday even
ing The following officers were elect
ed for the coming year: John E.
Hogan, president: W. A. Smith, vice
president. John T Money, speaker; V.
S. J. Dunbar, ex-president. Elmer
Johnson, secretary; E. B. Bell, financial
secretary; U. S. J. Dunbar, treasurer;
J. E Lanham. chaplain: J. B. Hayes,
usher; Edward Herbert, sergeant-at-
arms: A. Sholl doorkeeper, trustees, T.
J. Powell, Edward Herbert. Albert Lari-
vu-r, delegates to cabinet. V. 8. J.
Dunbar. J. E. Hogan. E Johnson. D.
A. Klldare, C. H. Sherwood. T. W. Sho-
mo, J. E. Tyne: delegate to Immediate
Relief Association. E. B. Bell. Six can
didates were initiated.
The Bruen Home benefit will be held
tomorrow night. December 21, at
Poll's Theater The plav is "Cinderella."
by Mr. William J. McKieman. of Wash
ington, D. C.
Activities of Knightr of Columbus.
F.njoj i hrlstnaas
Carroll Council met Tuesday evening.
Grand Knight William J McGee presid
ing. Arrangements were completed fur
the distribution of Christmas baskets
among the poor of the idty by a commll-
Keane onnell t
The next regular mctting of Keatn
Council falling on Christmas Eve. has
been postponed to December 29. st 7 i
o'clock. Following a brief business ses
sion the doors will be opened and the
lecturer. William A. Shrrve. and com
mittee will offer a fim program of en
tertainment. Capt Edwards announces i
this will be ladle- night" Refresh
ments will he served and souvenirs pre-
sented to the guests
Potosaar (onnell loafers First De
arer. Potomac Count il met on List Monday I
evening, with Orand Knight Edward L.
Tucker, presiding. Following the bu--i- I
ness session the honors of the first de-
gree were conferred on a largi number 1 1
v. i .iiiiiiuHifs i urmiu cniKni I ucser
and degree corps. A quartet composed
of Maurice I Fitzgerald. P. U O'Brien.
Michael D. Schafer. and Walter I. Plant,
with Dr. Dickinson as accompanist, ren
dered several numbers.
Spalding, Connell Has Ijirge Class
of 4 andldntra.
Spalding Council met Thursday evening
at T:30 o'clock. The first degree was con
ferred on a large claas of candiates hv
Grand Knight Dr. J. Rosier Rica-.
Deputy Grand Knight M. A. McAuliffe
and t hancellor M. J. Druicoll. Warden
.juacpn ,. jiarsucn and degree corps par
ticipating. An open meeting was held
beglning at o'clock, with John A.
Merkllng. lecturer and chairman of th
i ntertalnment committee in charge.
David l.old.teln to Lecture Here.
David Goldstein, of Boston, will lec
ture in thla city under the auspices of
the order on Sunday evening. January
24, on "David and Goliath." or "Chris
tianity versus Socialism." Mr. Goldstein
is recognised as an eminent sociologist
and lecturer. He is a Joint author with
Mrs. Martha Moore Avery of a work en-
-and Blooming
Plants of Every
Choice Variety
VyTITH unlimited
Y floral sup
plies, and
stores both here and in
New York City, we are
well equipped to handle
Xmas commissions of
every character with en
tire satisfaction. SHIP-
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ecuted at prices prevail
ing here.
ej We will appreciate
knowing your floral re
quirements for the hob
days early.
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
Phone Main 158
Waldorf-Astoria &
1 153 Broadway

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