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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. FEBRTJ5R" 14. 1904.
Ifr K V m w As jllSICAL. -. PUPILS for zither ana piano; special atten tion to children and beginners; terras reasona bly 2418 & Thirteenth st. SATISFACTION Is what eerone desires In a plana You cannot expect to get satis faction at piano houses that are conetantly advertls ng high-grade pianos at iir possible r rices. V guarantee you a reliable piano for ess money than any other piano house In St. Louis, or vou do not pay us. THE CONROY CO . 1115 Olive st. THK he?t bargains can alwavs be found at KIESELHORST PIANO CO- 914 01le st. TEACHERS WANTEI Conservatory rf mil lc delres. immedlatclv 25 competent and expe rienced teachers of all branches of music, op eratic and dramatic art and modern languages For Information address DK 4. Republic THE Fchaff Bros up-ight grand Is conceded to be one of the fcet pianos en the mirket. jiaite, jvfl ijaiT. -J.iixtr.rj squutc pia-its wamea: or wii, aii"J liberal price in exchange for upright. Bet ter's. .02". N. Grand UPRIGHT Vo piano, futl f1z. mahogany rcse; good a now. 3JP2 & Jefferson UPRIGHT piano tn solid Flernih oak cat. u.M only a short time: will be sold cheap on -av tnonthlv navment": if taken thl week. Baldwin & Co. S2I Missouri Trut building. UPRIGHT p'ano In mihogaiv case, ued four months. Jlt pild on Jt. will be sold on oasv pavments for $100 leas the regular price This H a snap Pee It at Baldwin &. Co . 321 Mis souri Trun building. VERY fine oil Italian liolin mule by Amate: cheap If sold at once. 3111 Morgan. TUB best bargains can alwajs be found at KIESEMfORCT PIANO CO. 314 Q11e at. VIOLINS, mandolin guitars, banjo, from S2 up; lessons 50c I. M. Marsh. 2S0S N. Broad way VOSI3 &. SON upright piano, like new. cheap. RC3Iarlode ave. WANTED Piano pupils; new beginners onlv Mrs Hucgen. CA a 'inert place; southeast cor rer Euclid ae. and Suburban tracks W"sNTEI Three-quarter violin; nun be a bargain SOI De Fmo building. 7tK Pine t, WE sunplr outride towns with pianos, organs and musical instrument of all kind, new and Rcondhand. Joseph placht A. Son. 113 S. Broad way THE best bargains can always be found at KIESELHORST PIANO CO. 914 Olive nt. WE do not evpect to make a fortune In the Piano business in a short time We are satis fied to let our business grow on legitimate lines, and. while our profits are not as heavy as oth er house we adi a great deal to our reputa tion, because onr customers are alwavs patls fled THE CONROY CO . 1R5 Olive st. WHEN looking for a fine piano, remember t hat w e ba e Schaff, Lindeman, St robber. Schubert pianos, cash, time, Rabe. 1400 Carr. WHEN vou buy jour plirto of tis .ou run no chances of getting a rheip stencil piano or m old w ornout piano that has been cv erhauled because do not handle stencil pianos and do not run a repair shop. These are points worth considering if jou do not wpnt to waste your monev THE CONROY CO . 1115 OH ran alwajsbe fot NO CO. 914 Ollv ilij uiive si THE bt liarralns can found at KIESELHORST PIANO e st. WILL s1!! beautiful upright piano for J58; n sifchtlv ued rlA S Jefferson. l OU save money, time and annorance bv se lectlnc vnur piano from our beautiful ptn.-'k of hlgh-erade Instruments. We hae opr 300 styles lo select from, and eoch one bars the name and guarantee of - Tsker. THE CONROY CO . 1113 OU e st E do not peek yur patronage through ad Tertlfin? fake lwrgaln-al piano. We believe that the malority of piano buer are too w for this kind of humbug- Buying a, piano Is not like bmlng e Hrcus ticket. THE CONROY CO . 1115 Olive st. THE b-t bargain can alwajs be found at KIESEUIORST PIANO CO. 314 OHe st. KS bus nice souare piano: good for begln rr Phul-ert Moxter 2fC Franklin $3 bu fin" olano; full size: eot 535: stool, coer and dellred 1414 N Sixteenth Xl bus fine upright piano; almost new : wlth stool and scarf. Schubert & Moxter, TOT2 Franklin SIC bujs fine, new upright nlano; mahoganx ; latest design: real bargain Harbison's, 7204 S. Bread w a v. J4" hats a fiood square piano, stool, cover; delKered: this is cry goal for a beginner. Rabe. 14Y Carr. i THE bet barealns can alnajw be fcund at KIESEUIORST PIANO CO.. 914 Olhe st. t to $70 Good secondhand organs, on aery easy terms; gie the Uttle ones a start. Bey erj. Seentopnth and Iocust. S1I5 Chlckerlpg fancy-cased upright; $3 to R monthly will put the piano in your home. Beer. venteenth and locust. 111ft Hazejton mn : a Iwautlful-toned piano. In prrfwt condition: a piano kocxI enoURh for any on TVjt-. JJeenteonth and Iicut. The best line of Pianos in the city for RENT in anj' .style of case. 0. K. HOUCK PIANO GO. lOlO OLIVE STREET. BEHMNG PIANOS Are -without a rhal for tone, to?ch and dur btlitr. For pale by SCHUBERT & MOXTER, UtH FWAXKMX A-E. SCHAFF BROS. PIANOS. TEST IN TONE. SINOINO QUAIJTT. DURABILITY. P. W. RABE5. Htl Carr st. Agent Schubert ana Strohber Pianos. LESTER PIANOS ARE BEST, J275. no. vm and S40D. Drt tone piano In St. Loula, See and near them before burlnc MONEY CAN'T BUY BETTER. FRANK STELL. 1414-16-18 NORTH SIXTEENTH ST. Phone. Klnloch A Ma. Used Upright Pianos $100 to $150 L- then the reicular price. IJErKKTt. KURTZSlANN. TinATFOnr. WINTKIIROTH. KOI1LBU & CAilPnELL. HOLMES AND OTilKtt LUADING MAKES. la.X terms and no Interest charged. May, Stern & Co., Southeast comer Eleventh and Olhe sts. Ivers & Pond Pianos used in over 300 colleges in the United States. 0. K. HOUCK PIANO GO. fcole Afrenta. lOlO OLIVE STREET. PIANOS Excel in Ton, Touch and Broat Durability The qualities, combined with most beautiful and Myllsh cases In all woods. account for their wonderful popularity. TUB ESTEV COMFAAY. 1110 Ollrc t. BIG REDUCTIONS On all pianos this week; overstocked; must haie room; reliable standard makes only; new pianos from $175 and up; one Stelnway, used, at J160; one Emerson upright, used, at $155; pianos sold lor cah or time; large stock; twenty yearV experience. KLEEKAMI' UUOS. PIANO CO.. ZSffl Park a. e. SPECIAL BARGAIN FOR MONDAY A Good Vprlgbt Piano for $100. 0. K. HOUCK PIANO GO. lOlO OL1VC SinEET. $85.00 Will bur an elepant Henrj- E. stiller sauare piano: coit 1500 Stool, cover and delivery free. Easy terms and no Interest charged. MAY. STEHN & CO.. Southeast corner Eleenth and Olive .ta. $5.00 to $6.00 MONTHLY Will bur any one of the following traded-ln pianos: A Stelnway upright. M85; a Chlcker lne fancy cased upricht, at HIS; one Hazelton piano at JU0. These Instruments are only sam ples of -what we hae traded In on our regular stock. Don't ml this opportunity. Bejer"s. heenteenth and Locust. :is; PlAN0S AM O - )SMEET MuskT MUSIC. 1210 OLIVE ST, r UP" MVSirAIi. PIANOS 50 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR. SECOND WEEK OF OUR GREAT S?E5IAL SALE. Bradbury Piano ,- 1012 OLIVE 8T. A. S. WHITAKER, Wlgr. T. Crawford & Co.'n stock of ilanos and piano players now befog closed out at way down price. In addition, we have reduced our ontiro stock. Every piano In our store at heavy reductions. LOOK AT THE P3ICES. $350 Now Pianos at. $175 $-400 Now Pianos at $200 $450 New Pianos at $235 $500 New Pianos at $250 $550 New Pianos at $273 $600 New Pianos at. $300 $650 New Pianos at $325 and upward Used Pianos $75 to $175. Some Extraordinary Boreal as. ORGANS Clo-Ingth-m out at $16, $35, $48, $66, $76. Rednced from $75, tlOO, $125, $150. Kimball, Hen ning, Camp & Co. and other makes. PIANO PLAYERS-Regnlarprioo, $260; in this tale, $150 and $1TS. TERMS Uprights. 8, (8 or 10 per month, or special reduction for cash. GUARANTEE Every Upright Piano we sell we guaraatee for ten years and every Sqaare for five yean. Remember, the standing- of our firm makes oar guarantee at good as a United States bond. Don't neglect this chance of buy ing a fine Piano for little money. Many nave taken advantage of this sale. Why don't you? It will last only a few days longer. Come before the belt bargains are all picked over. F. Q. SMITH, Mr. BRADBURY PIANOS. 1012 OLIVE STREET. I. E. WHITAKER, Mgr. rent to npply on pnrcsiane. 0. K. HOUCK PIANO GO. lOlO OLIVE STREET. OUR EASY-PAYMENT PLAN Of buying a Piano Is a great con venience to thousands of people and Will be, fulJy explained to any one Interested. Liberal discounts for cash. We also rent, tune, repair and ex change Pianos upon most liberal terms. THE ESTEY CO., I 1116 Ollie Street. KLEEKAMP BROS. PIANO CO., 2307 PARK AVE. Pianos for sale. rent, exchanged; larpe stock. bit makrs; our location means n palns? of J75 to $KO to jou, phon- Hell. Grand tJIM; Klnloch. Victor. 1SG Fine turning, repairing; twenty jcarV experience. AX BOULMAN'S DIANOS RENT A largo number of now Upright Pianos, of s"-andard makes. In oak. walnut and mahogany finish at from $3.50 to H 60 per month. These Instruments aro kept In tune without ohargo to oustomors. Paymsnts for rant will bs credit d on purcbaie price In case jom deolde to buy the Instrument. B 1120-1122 OLIVE ST. FOR SALE. CHURCH OR LODGE . . . ORGAN Handsome Lyon & Hcaly Peloubct Or Ran, dark oak case, fine tone, 14 stops: 2, 4. 4, 8 and 16 ft. tones; Rood volume and large tone reslstratlon. Suitablo for mod erate size church o r lodgeroom. MUST SELL AT ONCE. This organ takes mbch-necded ;pace, and w e -n 111 sell at a great sacrifice It taken promptly. Investigate at once. BOLLMAN BROS. PIANO CO., 1120-1122 OLIVE ST. HOW TO BUY. n.en you Mant a ptaro the proper thlnir to do Is to ro direct to an authorized arnt, one Rho has stood lor jears without a blemish In business reputation; then ou can rely on what Is told sou and on the reliability of the piano jfoIJ ou. We are not otcrlv ecotistlcai. but we think that, with a line of twenti-one of th mot prominent makes ana thirty-four years of prosperity in St Ixiul. and the fact that we sa.e jou $75 to J10O. that a call at our beautiful warcroonn would lc advisable before purchas Inc pnYCR'fi. heentc-nth and locust. PIANOS RENTED. Rent jour piano of us and jou will get a new piano for the price you would pay for an old secondhand plaro at other place's. THE CONROY CO . 1115 Ollie Bt. MEDICAL. Tt? T?rv- nractl'fll midwife: term, reason able; call or write. Klnloch C OT. COS S. Broad way. MHS. E. GROTEFEND. practical midwife; term rraeonable; call or WTlte. Kin. C 300. 2724 Chippewa. TAPEWORM Crouch's original, pleasant and to&itle cure, without sickness or fasting; terma low: booklet free. Stephen Crouch, 721 Hickory t 1ADD3S! Use Chichester English Pennvniral Pills. i Bet! safcatt Oalr BellaKlet T.k. .tier. I Bar f y..r Drsi.t. " e tttmpt. for vvtxt sun ud "OiW Ar LmIImT-ta lrttcr st Mtarw MalL Cklekerter Oejteal C, FktU4a 1-a. BODITIIOT'S MINERU WATER A Wonderful Hair Tonic Restores faded, bleached, or gray hair. No odor. No OIL Although called min eral water, no trace of min erals Is found In It. At all Drug Stores SI CO or at to. scoot, mv uiiTe at, DEJiTISTIlT. j-XjTnruiJiJ' nrii n i .iuijllii "i i i ji DR. HARTMANN. dentUt: examinaUon free: crowns. Jl; plates (best teeth). U to J7: flrt cla work puaranteed; easy payments to work ing people- dally or Sunday; n. w. cor. Elev enth and Franklin. DR. bHAUU t03 Pine St.: crown and biidire workaspcialty: iroM crowns, f 4: p!atcs.J3 to $.; told fillings. .1: consultation free; hours 3 to 6. NEW YORK DENTAL ROOMS. Leading; DenUnts. Established for C years. i. . tur. iiiuvunuj nuiu uut, Entrance 509 OH st. Extract Ins FREE when teth are or dered. Larjen and oldrst dental estn&tlshment In the Uty. Ws employ the most kl'Uul men la the profession. All work Etwr nnted Consultation FREE. Do cot look for cheap dentists, but come to us ana set rellabl work at lowet prices Open daily frora 8 a. m. to fi p. m.. and Sunday from 8:20 to 1 p n. TEETH Save the Natural Teeth by Oiling or crowning, llnstore the missing ones by Bridges or Plates. DR. E. C. CHASE, 6. B. Cor. Sixth and Locust Streets. St. Lonla DR. A. E. IVJOSER, Dentist. Crown and bridKc work a ecJaIty. Ixamtnatlon free. 610 ITankliu ave. Entire econd floor. SECRET SOCIETIES- tfrfhrfk4i-Ms-ii"kf" A1.C1ET VUEE A.D ACCEPTED aiASO!I9. GEOROB WASHINGTON LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.. will hold a special com munication at Haonic Temple. Grand and Fin ney avenues, on Tuesday, February 16, 1904, at 6 p. m. sharp, to confer the E. A. and F. C degrees on se.eral candidates Mombcrs are expected and iJtom arc fratTnallj imlted to attend. GEO W. JAMES. W. M. W. U. Reynolds, jr. Secret.io'. ft ISSOCRI JjODGE. NO. 1. A. P. & A. il. 1 1 Stated communication on Thursday, Februarj 18. at 7:30 p. m . Corinthian Hall, Grand Avenue Masonic Temple. F C degree, se?ral candidates. Examinations for adance ment. Members ire requested and Tisitlng brethren fraternally Imlted to attend. J. W. KRUnGER, W. M. John II. Deems Secretary. "WOMEN'S CATHOLIC ORDER OP FORESTERS. MAAWVWWW ST. L.EOS COURT. NO. 428. WOMEN'S Catholic Order of Foresters, meets tho stcond and fourth Monday of each month at faL Leo's Hall, Twnty-iifth and Mullanph) streets. MRS. MARGARET LACEY. Chief Itangtr, Emergency Hospital, fourteenth and OVailon. Miss Mary A. Redmond. Rccordmc Secretary, 224 Madison st. FORESTERS OF AMERICA. i m ! i.-1,-!-,- - i.- . --ir-i ii-irii-ij-ij-LrijTji-i-vv-uj COURT MOUND C1TT. NO. 3. MEETS ON the second and fourth Thursdays of each niunth. In the Fraternal building. Eleventh street and Franklin avenue. JOHN J. O'FI.YNN. Chief Ranger. - -,. . :t!l Itautchenbacn ave. John TV. Fowler. I1uam.nl bwretary. 3336A Lee are. WOODMEX OP THE VORt.D. fc'ht i'-w s lfwJM-wVlj-j-Lro-M-MJ OUNT AUBURN CAMP. NO. 219. WOOD 1 1 men of the World, meets at hall of Charles 11. Kicker, northeast corner New stead and North Market, first and third Fridays. Members exptted and visitors ln:ted. G. C. BRAJN. Consul Commander. R. M. Bacon, Clerk. 4475 Finney a.e. TERMINAL CAM1. NO. 234. WOODMEN of the World, meets e , cry ednesday t,nlnK at 8 o'clock at lilalr 1'oet Hall, lluS Market street. "Visitors alvas welcome. T. V. uullock. a a C. G. Cross. Clerk. NATIONAL UNION. ."iiMs'i-s-rVrMsr. niiirriVVVfii FUTURE GREAT COUNCIL, NO 29S. NA tlonal Union, meets second and fourtn iuondajs of each month at Howard's HaiI, Oll.e and Garrison avenue, at p. m Frltada cordially Imlted. JOHN S. MHKLDb. President. Chas J. Cox. Secretao. STAMJAHU COUNCIL. NO. 553, NATION al Union, meets eery flrPt and thl'd Mon day evening at 8 o'clock at Lueken s Hall, Iowa avenue and Arsenal street- Members are requested, and .siting friends are fraternally invited to attend. FRANK RABAND. President. Wm. R- Bedtngton, becretarj. 3S19 Arsenal street. RATH BONE SISTERS. w" AEGIS TEMPLE. NO. 3. RTHBONnSIS ters, meets every s-econd and fourth Thuxs uu nights at Fraternal Hail, Eltventn street and ianklln avenu-. Vlsitoi- wekoine. R. E. WILLIAMS. M. Ii C, lb"4 Coleman street. Alice Williams. M. of li. i .. nv tranailn wnue. RATHBONE SISTERS, EXCELSIOR TEM plc. No. 15, meets eeiy second and fourth Thursday of each month at Anchor Hall, Park and Jenvrhon avenuts. Members expected to b present and iMtors cordially lnltea. MRU. ALL1E LuPMAN, M. D. C. Frances Hulburd, M. R. ot C. HISTORICAL SOCIETIES. . MAAAAAMAAAMfVWWS rXlfaSOURl HISTORICAL. bOCIETT. NO. II 1S00 Locust btreet Regular monthly meetings held on the second Thursday of eacn month at s p. m.. from Novimber till April. Inclusive. The tulldln Is op.n aaily rrora 9 :ai- ll:.5 P'..: Sunday afternoons from 2 tin 5. the public Is cuiuialiy invlteu to visit the llbrarv' and museum. WALTER II. DOUGLAS. Trcldent. Oeorge 1. MOLkler. t-ecrelnry SHE BLUE AND THE GRAT MEETS AT the rooms of the Missouri Historical So c.ety. No. lSrt Locuot tlreet. upon call of tu. commandant. JOSEPH HOCE, Car tain. E. C Hobblni. First i-erueant. VOLUNTEER FIREMEN'S HISTORICAL boclety meets third bunday of every month. 2 p. m.. No. 16 Locust street. All tat. Louis volunteer llremen are Invited to attend tJObEPI1 BOYCE. President. Thcmas Lynch. Secretary. Frank M. Erooks. Asalslant Secretary. ST. LOUIS COURT. NO. 4 TRIRE OF . Ben-llur. meets every TuAday niaht at riank l illair l-ost Hall. JTOS Maraet Jtrett. twins and Daughters of Hur from other courts and out of the cltj are hereby extended a cor dial Invitation to vlit Ily order of ALICE C. MULKtY. Chl.f Attest: Arendt Kuelper, facrlbc. 26Cs Scott avenue. KOVAL LUAGl'E. GREEIJIY COUNC1U ROTAL LEAGUE, meets the second and fourth Wednesday evenings tn Hall No. e. Fraternal building Eleventh and Frenklln avenue. Next meetlnir February lc Installation of ofllcers at this meeting. All members of the order frater nally invited at all times and our own ram bers expected. Fraternally. GtOKGE l'AASCH, Archon. Attest: H. II Jon.s. Scribe. GREBLET COUNCIL, ROYAL LEAGUE, meet, the second and fourth W ednesday evenings in Hall No. . lVaternal building, pjeventh and Fmnklin avenue. Next meeting February 24. All members of the order fra ternally Invited at ail time, and our own mem bers expected. Fraternally. GEORGE PAASC1I. Archon. Attest: II. II. Jones. Scribe. ORDER OF SCOTTISH CLANS. CLAN DOUGLAS. NO. 3. ORDER OF SCOT ttsh Clans, meets first and third Tuesdaja of each month at HeBtgate Hall, corner Grand and Easton avenues. Visiting clansmen cor dlally Invited to attend. CHAi. STEWART. Chief. No. 4612 Bell avenue. Attest: George A. Bruce, Scr.tary, No. Mil KosEUth avenue. Miscellaneous. - ........ -.. ll.-nri-in -i.ri.n.ii. -lt i BETTY HOSS COUNCIL. NO. 7, D. OF A. Meets every Friday evening, at S p. m.. at Ande's Hall, northwest corner of Jeizerson avenue and Pestalozzl street. 1IATT1E GASSMANN. Itecordlng becretary. FRANKLIN GROVE. NO. 10, U. A. O. D.. meets every first and third Irlday at Druids' building, southeast corner Ninth and Market streets, hall No. rs. Next meeting Jan uary 15, 1904. Dues must be paid at this meeting. Work In the degrees Visiting breth ren welcome. II HUBER. jr. A. Peter Schafmlt. Secretary. 11 South Ninth. INDEPENDENCE COUNCIL. NO. 2. O. V. A. si., meets every .Monday evening at Ahlefa Hall, Fourteenth and Angelrodt streets. H. H. MENSENDIC1C. Councilor. It. G. Wettio!t. R. S.. 2031 N. Twenty-first street m ODCItN AMERICAN FHATERNAL OR 11 DER. St. Louis Lodge. No. 114. holds Its regular meeting lebruary 26. 1C04. at their halL No. 3W0 Park avenue. All members al waj s welcome. Itef res-ments at meeting. S. T. KASEt Secretary, mis Caroline st. ST. LOUI9 COUNCIL. NO. 1. J. O. D. A. M. Meets every Monday evening at s o clock at Bowman's Hall, northeast corner Eleventh and locust streets. Visitors always welcome. GEO. S. TURTON. Councilor. C. Howard Miller R. S. WOMEN'S CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOR. esters St. Vincent's Court. No. 211 Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, meets everv second and fourth Thursday of each month at St. Vincent's Hall. Ninth street and Park avenue. Members cordially invited. MISS MAMIE A. SHEA, Cnlef Ranger. 1428 S. Eighteenth st. Miss Martha Boland. Responding fcecietary. 17) Dolman st. Miss Catherine Reynolds. Financial Secre tary. 1017 N. Compton ave. FREEMASONRY, authentic history, by Dr. Albert O. Mackcv. seven volumes, now ready. 4M Burlington building. SKCRCT SOCIKTIES. sSWVWWwWVwVrrNrrlrVrMVMMMWeMVM K.MUUTS OK PYTHIAS. lssatattsiliaiaassasia ACUK LODGO. NO. 213 K. OF P. MEETS ery Thursday evening at g o'clock. Weit date Hall northwes corner Grand and Gaston avenues. Members requested to attend regular ly. Visitors cordially Invited. m MATTHEW VONET. C. C. o. vr. aifton. K.oin.jt s.. ij st. louts senue. CASILE HALL. OK MONITOR X.ODOB. No. C8, K. of P., meets eery Thursday evening at Century building. Mnth and Olive streets. Work In rank ot Knlgnt Thurbdaj, lbruary 4. visitors always welcome, lum bers eiieclcd. 11. H. JO.N1-J3. C. C. VV J. Otto. Keeper of ltecurda and uai. LodKe. t.o. 13L Iv. ot P.. West Hall, trnturi liuildlnx Mnth and Olive htitet oc Monday. I'ehntHr la. 1904. lit K n m Khara. j oik In rank of KnlKlit. Vlmtors cordially In- "eu. . . lUUt il. blOLU. C -'. Altebt: Hm y 11 LJfOberl. K ot 1C & S. CHEVALIER LODOE. NO. 70. K. OF P. Castle Hall tn Odd Tellows Te:nple. hall ft"-.2' ,"hth lluur. iteguiar tueetings ei.ry edueeuay e ening. fa o clock. Business of Importance Wednesday evening, Februury lu, lilt. Vl.iUng iviugnts ala welcome. M. J. hUMMtdts, C. C. Attest: Louis w. rforgenrrei. K.. of It. & S. Addrem. 2soJ Ar.-cnal st. CHEVALIER LODGE, NO. TO KNIQIITB of I'jthljs castle hall In Odd Fellows 1 v. lows' .Temple, Hall No. 2. eighth lloor. IU.K uIht meeting everj UednUy evening at & o clock M.jip. Work In the i'jnk ot Page Wednesday evening. February 17, 19U4, illua tiated with stereoptlcon views AIo business cf lmpoitunce. v'il. J. bUMMbK.1. C. C. Attest: Louis W. borgenflei, iv.. of R. i. S. Address, am Arsenal tt. CV.LUM1IIA LODGt,. KO. 226. K. OF P.. meets every Tuesday evening at I oUoclc. Century building. Ninth and Olive streets, east hall, luesday evening. 1-ebruary 1C. work In rank of Page; good time; all nel elected oiucets In cnuits. jiesibb. reauested to attend. Visitors wticuuie. C W. LEWMAN. C. C. J. F. Dmpsev. K. of 1. A a. DAMON LOUOE, NO. 2S.,It OF P.. MEETS very v edresday ovening at Odd i ellows' 14.11. No. 3. seventh floor. .Mnth and UUve streets. Business meeting. Visitors Invited. F. S blUxVlM. C C Attest: II. R. BermeL 1C of K. it a.. No. 71J by an avenue. FUTURE GREAT LOLlGEk No. ZIS, K. OF P., liowurds Hall, Thirtieth and Olive -,,edtiesdav evening. Work always on hand. Visitors aivas veicome. It. P. FRITSCHLE. C. C. W. A. Huberts. K. of R. is S. muouC LOLpUE. NO. ISO. K. OK P. meets ever Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock ,i uc!ior Hall, soutnvsest corner Jerteraon and I'-ira avenues. 'laKo v.onpton Ileigbls. Park or Jeftcrfaun avenue cars. Memoeia are ex pected and visitors cordially invited to attend. Work in rank of Page. A. II. NOURISH. C. C L. B. Cas. K. of It. & S. T OMtOE LODGE. NU. 311. K. 01" P. 1 a meets every 'luesuay evening at II o cluck sharp at Ble's Hail. Broadway and CftlppeKa street. Work in tanks always on hand. Visitors cordially Invited and members cxirccted to attend. THOS. GAST11E1L1I, C. C Attest: Frank i: Herring, lv of R. &. a 67o.'A bouth Eighth street. PAClflC LODGE. NO. 301. K. OF 1'.. meets every Wednesday evening. Century uuildlng. Ninth and Olive streets, fteoruary 11. work lu rank of iJsqulie. Visitors lnviteu. L. N. ROBlaON. C C. W. A. Gray. K. of R. & d. PREMIER LODGE. NO. 248. K. of P.. meets regularly every Monday evening la .iall No. i. stiveoth lloor Oau lilowa' bulla log. Next meeting. Monday, February 15, 12U4. Work In the rank ot EsQulre. Visitors are coiuialiy invited. Members are reaueated to attend. JOSEPH O. MOIU, C. C. J. F. Wltte. Jr.. K. of lc c b.. invtfA N'oita Tvvenu-llfJi sueet. 13 X.U Cltusa LUUUb. lv, OF P.. J1LE1S 1 at To o'clock at Odd fellows' Hall. Ivlntn uu olive streets, every Wednesday nlgnt. visitors alnajs vtelcomc. February 17, ui,4. v ura in Ampiiued Rank of Knignt. J. B. 111GDON. C. C. II. W. Deldlng. K. ot H, A a. WABAbll LODGE. NO. 248, K. OF I. meets every Tuesday at Castle Hall. li..day and Benton, l euruary IB, meeung will be called at 1'.M p. in. on account of the masque ball, wnich will be held In the lower ttall. All membeis requested to Do present, visitors vvenome o. 1 OSuOlvN. C v il. C bhulte. K. of R. JL S. WAalli.-sulu.N LODUE, NO. 133. K. OS P., Century Building. Ninth and Olive "- eta Fiioa), bruar itf, rana ot jsuuire. A. J. TILDEN. C U. Jos P. Dummlch. Suo Vv'alnwrlgnt building. K. of R. & b. yl Ll.bJlA LODGE. NO. 3ZL K. OP P.. meets Monday evening, February 15, 1904, In regular convention, in uail No. X, tentu noor v.entur buliuing. at s o'clock, vvork In rank of Knight, amplified form, calcium enects. Ue candioates. teinoers expected and visitors cordlali invited to attend. FltA.vn. J. VOLLMER, C C. Attest: O. M. Brooks, h, of lt. S. '. O. Box 1UO, l.NDlil'K.VDKAT ORDBIl ODD FEL LOWS. ...... .,--,-,----.--.-wr.T-,n(j-mJ A N'CUOR LODGE. NO. 122. I. O O 1 JTlL meets every Monday evening at sschuette a .1. Nineteenth and WllgOt streets. Work la me degrees, visiting brouiera srelcome. LEO LANGENBACHEK. N. G.. , lt O'Falion st, David Petty. Secretary. ARCADIAN LODGE. NO. 232. I. O. O. F.. meets every Tnursday evening at S o'clock v.. .!. on southeast corner of Iowa and Arsenal itreet. All inembern earnestly lequtsted and visitors fratcrnall) Invited. CHah. b. BREWER. N. G.. 30oa Kossuth avenue. Henry Line, eljo West l'ark. Fhlt P. Plats. Financial becretary, . 2t37 Hebert meet. Curtis Jenkins, Recoidlng Secretary, 5H Manchester avenue. LACLEDE LODGE. NO. 22. I. O. O. . meets every lhurdaj evening at u clock In hall No. 1, Odd Fellows' Temple, Ninth and Olive streets. Members are frater nally requested to attend. Visitors will rind a home with us. Fraternally. C. E DEVER. N. G. Ira Marvin. Recording Secretary. mLCHANlCb' LODUE. NO. 419. I. O O . . . p". 'P1" very rrlday evening at 3 o'clock, at 1-rai.k p. Blair l-ost, G. A. R. Hall. 17 Market street, V Istting brethren cor1 dlally Invited to attend. Work In the degrees every meeting. J. H. GRAiNADE. N. G., 1024 Rutger stieet. J. F. Streeler. Secretary. 1019 Indiana ave. WILDLY. EiSCAMPMLNT. ISO. 1 J. O F., meets every second and fourth Mon-a-y at hail No 1. Odd Fellow:. Hall, corner Mnth and Olive streets. All visiting Patriarchs are most cordial invited and members moat earncsty requested to attend Work in degrees every -seson GLO M. MIOWMAN, C P. I. G. Ithoades. Scribe. WILDLY LODGB. XO. 2. I. O. O. F., meets Tuesday evening of each, week at ho.i No l, odd .bellows' butlaing. vomer Ninth nnd Olive, at S o'clock. VlMttng brothers in vited to attend. First degree. February 16 J. C. SHA.Nfc.il. A. O. F. W. Itlcgel, Secretary. ST. LOUIS LODGE, NO. 5. L O. O. 2, meets every' Saturday evening In hall No. I Odd Fellows' building. Ninth and Olive streets. Work In third degree next meeting. Visitors welcome. Members expected to attend. It L. GUHL1N, N. a. Wallace McCargo. Secretary. K51GHT8 y.SP?'-IT-MBI3S DK UMLl CUL.NC1L NO. 71Z, KNlliiiia cf Col ambus, meet every nxst and third 'lautsday in the west ball. Century building. Ninth and olive sta, Uung knignte are in vlisd. C. P. MON'AGIiAN. Qrand KmgbU M. J. McGraae. Becoraer. KENRICK COUNCIL. NO. 6S6. KNIGHTS of Columbus, meets ever) second an i lourtb Wednesday at Kose Hill Hall. No, 59M Maplo avenue. Tlsitlng knights always wl wJine. JOHN PAUL CHEW. Giund KnigaU Valter '1. Cunningham. Kecorder. AAHQUETTE COUNCXU NO. COL Knights of Columbus, meets every sec ond and fourth luesaay la tbe west hall. Cen tury building. Ninth and Olive streets. Visit ing knignte cordial! v invited. FRANK G. CUNNINGHAM, Grand KnlgnL F. P. Leonard. P.ccorder. wuguu ST. LOUIS COUNCIL. NO. 453. MEETS KV err nrvt and third Tuesday at West ad liuli. southwest corner Finney and Vande venter avenues. Visiting knlgbU are cordially in EDWARD DEVOY, Grand Knight. Joseph F. Urn). Recorder. nOYAL ARCANUM. BENTON COUNCIL NO. 183. R. A.. MEKT3 on second and fourth Frldavs of each month In nail No. L Odd Fe.Iows' building. Ninth and Olive streets visitors always heart ily welcome M R. WINDHORST, RegenU H. J. Braun. Secretary. 5C18 Morgan vtreeu GRAND COUNCIL M1SSOURL ROYAL Arcannm. ao-lll Holland Bulldlng-A OMtdlal welcome to vliltors. friends, brctarta ana member, .rom abroad q Jno C. Kll11""1). Grand Secretary. OLD GUARD COUNCIL. NO. J12L ROYAL Arcanum, roeeta every second and fourth Mondays. Louisiana bulldlnc. No. Ill North Vandeventer avenue. A cordial welcome to visitors. LOUIS TISCH. Recent. C. TV. Smith. Secretary. KOYAL TRIBE OF JOSEPH. ROYAL TRIBE OF JOSEPH ADJOURNED meetinr ot entire membership, from last Sunday Willi be held faunday afternoon. Febru ary 11. at 2 p. m. MemlxT should attend In their own Interest. Oriental Hall. Jefferson avenue and Adams street. GREGORY S. MILLER. Chrm. Com. George J. Stackl, Secreury. KMG1ITS OF FATHER MATHEW. nnrnririii .i -l-l-l--- - - - iiimviimij ST. LAWRENCD O'TOOLE COUNCIL. KO, S, Knights of Father MathewMeete on hrst and third Monday of .each month at School Hall. No. 1412 O'Falion reet. All mem bers requested to be present. . VWtoni welcome. JOHN M. HENNESSY. ChlX Sir KalgUU John J. Scully, Recorder, HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK AMONG FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. Tho representatives and alternates of the city lodges to the session of the Grand Lodge. Order of United Workmen, mill meet at the hall of Hyde Park Lodge, Eleventh otreet and Newhouse avenue, on Tuesday evening:, February 16. All rep resentatives and alternates are requested to attend, as matters of Importance nill be discussed. ICnlfcIitfi of the 3Incenbee. The Great Camp Executive Board was la ses sion three days during the Ian month and transacted considerable business. A request nas read at the Board meeting from the Paet Commander Association, asking that th Great Cump pay the hall rent, which TAaa granted. Sir nulKhts IlufC and Schnluer re-iuin-d to tnelr Uuinos v ednesday eenUs. The Relief and EJitpIoineut Bureau will hold Its election of ctners on fcaturaay evening. February it, and all delegates are requested to be present. beeral important matte. s will be ctscu-ed and toe meeting will unduuotedly b of lnten.su Sir Knights Charles Goodman, tho Record Keeper of Slissourl Tent, has returned Ircm lJener, where he vas attending the funeral of bis fatner. On Monday eenlng the 1'aat Commanders'' Ab-ciation nad at least fort rtfpreaentaties at Worlds Pair Tent and assisted very ma terially In making this meeting a success. Great Lieutenant commander Schnitzer was at the retew, and wuj called upon to install tne newly elected record keeper, Wir Knight Nagel. fJr Knight Schnltztr was assisted by Deputy Great Conunander Mcilaster. Among the ja ilors were Commander Woolam. commander llutchtton, Record Keeper ilcClev erty, Mr KnjRhts Gr?iher, ParkHr, Blackmore, Lang, Beicnman, Lurcher and Hackcnyos. One can dldato w as initiated. The next islt of tnU asoclatlon will b to Wctsiton on Monda even ing. February 22, and it is desired to iiiukt; It a big evenU All Maccabees in the city aie re quested to attend. At the last review of Anderson Tent lt had 200 members present. Tho tent Is in a nourish ing condition and !b making arrangements with Anderron Hive for u larg euchre and hop to b held In tho near future. It has thirteen members on the nick list, and tbe blck Commit tee Is taking cart cf them. Itapp Tent held an excellent review recently and nad a large number of members present. Three applications were received and one can dldato initiated, the secret work being con ferred by tne great record keeper. Unaer tne good of the order remarks were mad by blr Knights Zumoteg, Kelchenedtr and Rasp of Iewey Tent and air Knight Green of Busy Bee Tent. Ihls tent expects to make progress dur ing the ear. The baby tent In the city is beginning to grow ery rapidly, and at the lat review of slack's lent lt hod 0) per cent of the mem bership prt-btnu Two candidates were initiated and live applications presented. Tho tent has appointed a committee to deie wajs and means to purchase a degree outfit. They have also appointed a sick committee of seven, Mch of whom haJ a separate night In which to look after his charge. Among tne visitors were Deputv Great Commanuere McMasters, Mr Knlgnt Hultz. fair Knight Masters of lower orove and the great record keeper. Idlrn of tbe .Muceabees. American Hive, Ko. 8, held Us regular re view February 4 with alt officers in their chairs except the finance, keeper and mlstress-at-arms. Sir Knight Obrock Is Improving slowly. Lady Lindsay waa pronounced out of danger, and pruspeLts of htr recovery are good. Uhe hive received a letter xroin lAdy Lin day thanking the Udjes for kmaness extended to herself and family during her lllneis and ex pressing her thanks for the willingness eacn one showed In tatting their turns m nursing b.nd tarimc fur her. Ihe Blues will give the turkey supper to the Pinks February is. the dats of th next re view. All membets, ooth Pink and Blue, are requested to im present, as the tjtatt com mander, Ladv May A. C. Balkte. Is expected to attend, ihe committee on Arrangements at puulic Installation of officers of American 'lent aro also invited to be present as guests of the Pinks. fair Knight Jones Parker was Informed that the "chlluren" of American Hive axe growing and prospering, and are ull witling workerj, with no drones In the hhe. ew Missouri Hlvu heid a euchre at Anchor Hall, which netted a good sum. The hive a.o contemplates an open meeting in the near fu ture. lne hive having been organized on Feb ruary !, has made progress during the nrst j ear of Its existence. Gordon Hive held a well-attended review. One candidate was Initiated and eight appli cations were received. The ofneers are prvud of their new badges, which they have just re ceived. Jewel Hive held a pleasant meeting at It last review. Lady Doctor Kerns was preeenu The 'Blues having the winning side, the Pinks have decided to give a banquet In the near future. Royal Arcanum. The Grand Council of Missouri will hold Its twenty-nm annual session next Tuesday in the Elks Hall, Holland building. It will be called to order at 19 a- m. by Grand Regent F. II. Bacon. The Committee on Credential will meet in the Grand Council olflce. No. jutt Hol land building, at o ciock. Besiaes the ofheers and lite members, representative will be- pres ent from the hUy-rive councils In the fetaie, bringing tho total membership ot the body up to lw. Two sessions will be held on Tuesday. The morning session will be occupied with the an nual rt-nnrts of the nttlcem and stand In tr com nuttees. Tnese reports will (-now tne uder to oc in a moi prosperous conuiiion. me merii brshlp In Missouri February I was lQ.litt, be ing a net gain idnce January 1. latO, of 1.4M. Nine new councils were mututed during the ear. This is a larger gain. toth in meinheis and new councils, than in the corresponding period ot any prev lous ear. 1 tie unanclai .howing will be iqualty satisfacto). Grand 1reai.uier K M. Hake will report a caMi bal ance February 1 in the various funds in lua care of s,6W.Jl above all liaollules. Tne afternoon wsslon will be devoted to ac tion upon the report, the tormulition of plans oi worn ior tne next year, general uusmoa and the election and Installation of oflicrs. K Is expected that one dnjs' session will be suf ficient to complete all tne bu&tness coming be ior the body. Chevalier Council had two application?. Re gent J. P. Brennan presiding. Duty 17 was trv sntft-f nf Titntr nn,l ninslst ?rt nf hiiiifra bv IJ. I C. Becker, F. C. Itonde and ooorge Pancuat. insirumeneai sejectit'ns Di ieu jiucn ana L. Hail, addresses b William li. Milier, J. A. Lav In and J. 1'. Brennan. Vandeventer Council had a pleasant meeting. Regent M I.. Jones presiding. Atter routine business had been attended to Orator C. II. Bartlett nlertatned the council with the fol lowing programme: Mundolin and guitar duet by Me-irs. Brockman and Stevens, vocal solo by Clark A. Holt, banjo solo by Orator Bart lett. addrews by Deputy John I. Kerschaw, Grand Oiator A. Petlng and F. M, fehrrlner of hU Charts Council, 'the orator read a pilfer on "Good of the Ordr,' and arrangements were made for a ladies' night the first meeting in March. Kcllr Council had Pevn application nnd three Initiation. Regent J. W. II. BockMette prodd ing. Dutj 0 was performed witlh a perfection that rellected credit upon the new officers A committee was appointed to arrange an opn meeting at an earlv date. Resolutions In re gard to tho death of Pnt Giand Itegcnt H. It Bonner were adopted. Mcr. fcchaefer. Barker and Iranian entertained with pongs nnd Wal worth Jenkins cavf a piano cola. Addresses were made by II. A. Menda of Elk Council. F. S. Grimes and W. A. B. i-hl. Delmar Council had three applications and four Initiations. Past Grand Regent L. J. Melsei- presiding It the absence from the c'tv ot Regent David) OsW IMnns were inaugurated for a vigorous rampaien. Irofe"For P. R. Kv ersden gave instrumental solos nnd Grand Sec retary Kllllngsworth made nn address J. P. Malonv of Marquette Council wis a visitor. Florissant Vallev Council's ofllcers wero In stalled bv Deputy Miller, who received the thanks of the council for his excellent per formance ot tho ceremonv. Undr dutv 17 good talks were made by Messrs. Tiffin. Par sons and the newly Installed tegent. W. WC Chapman, who dwelt on the necessity of ln eroaslng the membership of the council, and urgently requested each member to present an appllcat'on before th close of the year. Dep uty W. II. Miller spoke In regard to the hospital-bed fund. .. .. Valley council had seven application. Regent Charles B. Cos presiding. The Auditing Com mittee made a comprehensive and satisfactory final report, for which th council tenderer! a .vote of thanks. Much Important business wa transacted. Including a novel and effective plan fcr Increasing the membership. Important amondments to the by-laws were presented, which will be acted upon at the next meet ing. The death of Daniel F. Noonan was reported and a eulogy pronounced by the regent- Addresses were mado by Past Grand Regent S. L. Flnley. grand officers J. C. Kllllngsworth and F. E. Cook. Knlffbts and Lntllea of Honor The grand officers Initial visit for this year will be made at Oak Lodge at the hall No. zy)0 Chouteau avenue, Monday evening. Grand Frotector John D. O'Keefe will present the merit banner to Oak Lodge as a reward for making th largest net Rain In membership during thet last term. General enthusiasm and activity W being dlnplayed bv the members of Anchor, Magnolia, Lllv. Jewel of the West and Chouteau lodges, under whose auspices class Inflation, enter tainment and a hop will be given at Concordia Club Hall. No. Htl Chouteau avenue. Thursday evening. February 25- A friendlv rivalry exists among these lodges as to which will have th largest numbfx of candidates Xor initiation. A prize will probably be offered by tho Kxecutlv Committee for the ledge having the largest number of candidal" Initiated In the clzts. The supreme medical examiner's report for Januarv shows Missouri l-adinr all other juris dictions with 431 approvals of applicants. A greater gain Is expected this month, judging from the reports received bv tho grand secre tair from lodges and deputies throughout the State Jeffersor City (Mo) Lodgp Initiated thirty four candidates- at an enthusiastic meeting lat Monda- evening. Oak Lodge, at its last meeting, appointed a committee with Instructions to make arrange ments for tho entertainment of the Grand Lodge officers Monday evening at the hall. No. 22W Chouteau avenue. The presentation of the merit banner will take place. One of the fea tures of the meeting will be the Initiation of a large class of candidates, which will be fol lowed bv a music entertainment and dancing. The arrangements are being perfected by Sis ters Mollie Keane. Myra J. Atkens Louisa Wittneber, Sadie Cboddcll. Rertha Holltncs worth and Brothers Thomas F- Keane,. Doctor Robert E. Owen and Louis Blanke. Poplar Bluff (Mo ) Lodge's lat meeting was successful. The following officers were in stalled: Past protector, E. El Graham; pro tector A. F. Barnett; vice protector. Res a Lee; recording secretary. OHle Wright; finan cial Jsacretary, Mary Aazaett; treasurer, flro&Ue AV right; chaplain. AKa New ten: guide. Mary Nev.un: guardian, Elizabeth Matthews: sen tinel, Leslie Barnett. and trustees. John C. Corrigon and John Macon, Maitha Washington Lodge's members made final arrangements for the masquerade ball to e Riven by the lodge for the purpose of propa gating the order at Lemp's Hall, Thirteenth and Utah streets, Saturday evening. Febiu ar ?. :unet Lodge's meeting Tuesday evening was one ot the largest attended for some months. the occasion being the aaoptlon of apropn ate roFolutlons on the death of Uster So phronla B. Mu.phy, who was a charter mem ber of the lodge. De Soto (Mo ) Lodge has arranged for a large clas Initiation iiond iy evening. Deputy Grand Protoctor Jno II. Turner has conducted tho work of propagation and expects1 to confer the degree on twenty applicants. Ada Lodce received three applications and conferred the degree on candidates at its last meeting. The attendance was unusually large; the mask ball given by the lodge for the pur pose of t ropagatlng the order proved a bucces's. ExceMor Loire's last meeting was made In terestlne by the reception of four applications for relief fund membership, presented by Grand Officer Catherine Lurx and fclstcr Mary C. Kolb. Protected Ilomn Circle. The work of the Protected Home Circle In St. Louis and vicinity has progressed so that the Supreme Circle haj. found It necessary to call to the assistance of Supreme Deputy A. H. Miller four of th local workers. Doctor L. C Herchenroeder Doctor Chase. Doctor Vaughn and 13. T. Cooke. The city has- been subdivided into districts- by Deputy MMer, so as to give each one charge of the work of four or more circles. This mov e is expected to not only expedite, but to lend an impetus to the work that will make It irtfresdinc: nil around. Much for the good of the order Is expected from the next meeting of the Grand Circle of Mls'ourl. for which preparation are now being made. Many Innovations have been suggosted to this body, and nre awaiting its action before beiner enforced. Grand President Herchen roeder Is proud of the work done by the circles during the las; vear and has creater hopes for the future. Imperial Circle held a meeting Friday even ing. Initiating six. President J. E. Reld ap pointed the several standing committees, and manv new- Innovations for the entertainment of the members were Introduced Guardian George A. Smith promises a fine programme for the op"n metlng, Februarv 2S. IIobon Circle, under the guidance of Presi dent Doctor W. Franc's Bradv. Is fast becom ing one of the most popular circles In St. Louis. Hobson boasts of hav ing more real talent among Its members than anv other circle in tho city. Carondelet Circle had a live nnd Interesting meeting Tuutday evening. Among the visitors was th district deputy supreme president. Doctor L. C. Herchenroeder, who delivered an address. atlonnl L'nlon. Standard Council. No. K9. was well repre sented at a banquet given In Its honor Friday evening by Mound City Council at Garriron avenue and Olive street. This feast was, won by btandird on a wager as to the hustling abll ties of the respective councils, and Standard waa victorious by a large margin, adding nearly j"0 in six months. Many compliments were piid lo the hustlers, to wnich president Frank Roband, Doctor IT. W. Faber and Louis Marks repli-d. On February 29 fcUtndard Coun cil will r-nteitain the members' families and a good entertainment Is promised. Woodmen of the AVorld. St. Louis Chapter, No. i. held a fession Iat Wednesday, received four applications and ini tiated fix applicants. This is now the largest camp in Jurisdiction "E." Doctor Winter ad vocated tho recognition of Deputy Ily. Gehm for personal work in this camp. Sjlvan Camp, No. IM2. held a splendid meet ing last Thursday nlfiht. at which thirteen ap plicant were initiated into the protection de gree and ten applications presented. Under the manrnrement nf liemitv Souires. the camD Is making headway, fcpeclal Deputy J. W. Croft ana .i manic exempunea tne iniuaiorj num. with the lantern. Addresses were made by vis iting sovereign. Terminal Camp, No 224. held a congregation of Chopper last Wednesday night. Congrega- rlnn .-ViriTTi:iTiiie- Well tiresldlniT- One candi date was Instructed In the protection dogr-'e imrl clirhr nnnllratffma revived. SDeclal DeDUty J. W. Croft was present and looked after three members- secured by hit? force. Hlckorv Camp, No. 378. met last Wednes day night and had a splendid meeting. Two application recelv ed w ere favorably acted, upon. The camp decided to have an open meeting on February 24 to enable members to bring their families. Benton Camp. i 249 m-t last Tuesday to receive the list of applications secured by tne deputies. Seven applicants were initiatea. Every member of Benton Camp Is now work ing with the desire to double the membership. Clerk L. D. beisel is compiling & new roster for use at the general office. Central Camp held Its regular meeting Thurs day evening at headquarters with a large i at tendance. The report of the Ball Committee srowed a profit ot IIS. with other camps jet to bo heard from. Delegates decided to aslc every camp clerk to send a roster of member ship to the general office and to recommend to the different camps the advisability of se curing the assistance of the force of deputies. Committee on Reception of World's Fair guests reported everything In readiness for registra- tlrin am) ArtAmtnivlQtfDTia Walnut "amp. No. tzt, held Its regular meet lnir at PUlons nail, wennesaay cecums. ..-., officers were elected and Installed. One can didate was Initiated and three applications re ceccled. The camp decided to lslt Oiopper Camp Friday nU'lit. Elliott Camp. No. IL of East St. Lonla Trill hold Its regular meetlnc Tuc'dar night at th Cltv Hall Auditorium. A clas of forty-two applicant" will be Initiated. Mayor bilas IJ. Cook of East PU Louis will make an address Colonel John 1. Martin -will rerpnnd. llead Consul IV 1111am II. Hughes will talk on wood craft and the IIut!ld Orchestra will furnish music. Refreshments will be rened Thli camp will hale a membership of more than 170 at the close of the meeting. Oakland Groe held Its regular meetlns Thursday afternoon at Andes Hall. Jefferson aenur nnd IV"talozzi street, at which the offi cers were Installed. The ladles ot Ollie and Magnolia groes were present nnd assisted In the work of In-tallation. At the close of the rrcul-ir buslnens a sociil session was nela. In which the ladles promised the new grojc their support and assistance. Guardian Mrs. Qer tun Is enthusiastic and promises a largo ln ciease In the Immediate future. Cak Grove will hold a joint open meetlnc la conjunction with Oak Camp on February 24 V splendid programme has been arranged and refreshments have been provided. All mem bers are Invited tot met with them. 3Iodrrn n'oadmrn of America. Delmar Camp meets at S o"clock every Mon day evnlng at CConnell's Hall. No. 4TC0 Eas ton avenue. All Msltlng Woodmen are wel come. A ball was given last meeting. Instead of th" regular eiercies. Uelston Camp meets the second and fourth Tuesdas of each month at Item's Hall. "Wells ton. Mo, at S p. m. M'lting Woodmen are welcome. Neighbor Galbreath. who was In jured m December, has so far Improved that he was removed from the hospital to his home, No M3IA suburban avenue. liurlen Cimp. No. II.S1. met with all the ofllcers present nnd a full house, at Ober deck's Hall, at thlr legular bimonthly meet ing. Friday eenlng. February 3. and ac cepted seven applications. Mound city Camp, as usual, had a good turnout Thursday evening, at It regular week ly meeting. No. KM Kaston avenue, and ac cepted seven applicants. Maplewood Camp. No 6CS. held an cntmnrt astlc meeting last Monday evening and adoptefl rive candidates. The camp Is growing. Havirw trebled Its membership during the last three months. It will hold an open meeting on Mon day evening. February 22. city fauperlsing Deputy W. S. Johnston will address the meet ing. Royal XclBlibom ot America. Reliance Camp meets the second and fourth Fridays of each month at Huehler's Hall. Easton and Taylor avenues, at 8 o'clock. Sev eral adoptions are reported for last meeting. Louisiana Camp. No. KIT, held Its regular meeting lost Thursday evening. Four applicants were elected to membership and two Initiated. There will be a large class to Initiate at tho next regular meeting. February J. Knltchta and Ladles of Security. Security Council. No. 681. was the scene of gorgeous and varied raiment on last Monday evening, the occasion belnc the mask ball given In aid of lodge equipment. Nations rep resented were: Russia. Japan. China. Turkey. Spain. American, Inulan. Uncle am In many styles, clowns. Ethiopians and the Mokes. To-morrow the regular m-ellng will be h'ld. at which five candidates will be Initiated. The bannr and Its handsome case came In for Its share of compliments. Tribe of Hen liar. fit. Louis Court No. 4. will give a music en tertainment Tuesday evening All members and friends are corainnv jnvnni. ,vurara ,"v Representatives of the fcupreme Tribe will be ... j j. .Ua n.tamnlfl e present ana uuui - ..? -.. Knlshts ot Ilonor. Lafayette Lodge reports a good attendance at last nvetlng. Two applications were received- Mr. XJtley and the .new officers are fulfilling their promises made to Inciease tne merrberFhlp during their term. Vlckery. Sex auer. McKay nnd Klrwln made Interesting re marks for good of tho order. Bremen Lodge s attendance Is Increasing. One member vras reported sick. Manning. Ham macher. Nagle, Hart man and Hunt were the speakers of tbe evening in behalf of the lodge Columbia Lodge t as extended n Invitation to all sister lodges In the city, requesting them to send a committee to attend a meeting at Its hall, eleventh and Locust streets on Thurs day, to arrango a programme for outdoor amusements during the summer months. Mount Ollv e Lodge received three applica tions and Initiated two candidates at Its last meeting A. L. Monroe was Installed as treas urer. The new officers were complimented upon thoir degree work. Bellefontalne. Lodge at Us last meeting dis pnril the euhlect of an Increase In member ship and the future welfare of the lodge. Blight. IJfcOL. cnuocri. anu umers raaoo lmeiesung remarks. Lincoln Lodg reports a good attendance at last meeting. The lodge has lost two rnombers bv death within the last three weeks. K. Mover, tchiper. Alewel, Reich old and Kuebl addressed the lodge. Junior United Mechanic. St. Louis. No. 1, met with General W. C Lcns last Monday. The largest and most en thusiastic gathering of members of the order were assembled. The feature of the evening was the rjnu wirs oi tne momrers or iso. j. Liberty. No. 3. met last Tuesday at North western Hall. Several applications were re ceived and several added to the roll of honor. Brother Joe GCtwcJr Stat Council aecrtjj tary, gave an interesting talk on Patriot. Mcl'herson. No. 4. met "rlday with a , , attendance and received several appllcatu v; Kcret. No. 5. will meet next Tnursday. members are invited to participate. . Thomas Jefferson. No. IL met last li with a large crowd. Hrotncr Snley. wh. . been a member of the order for tnlr:y-uf -ars. Is a rard-w orklng member and a v ' come addition to the council. ltUIag Sun. Nu. fA met Tuesday In Lj 1 burg. All members of the city are Invito attend. KnlKhta of I'ythin. tho rank of Ks.iuire on four IHigcs. S: -visitors were nrcent. Chancellor Commc t Bought made his usual remarks, taking fo theme that old proverb, peech is iilvr r. lence golden." Mr. Benning made rei. regarding improvement of tru initiators muniis. L. Jim stated that the varan. the Kxcelstor Quartet rnd been tilled by . petitive examjnatlon. Cigars were dltnlu Master of Work Herchenmejer stated the expected to have the senate at its bt -would confer the lank of Knight at the . meeting. Damon Lodge at Its last in-etlng. conf the rank of Knisht on two Hnuii. the belnir done in iirst-cli stie. Th- ball . filleil to overflowing. Visitors from Missis 1 , Kbdsi's. Kentucky and ?.ebra"k. :l&o . W abash. Robert L Cowan and Chei J lodge1, attended. 1 Red Cross Lodge. No Zi, recelvel a visit i' WednetJav evenlnr from about flftv mcin of Twentieth Century LoVie at Union. second rank was conferred unon three cfi dates, and three petitions were received. i vlslting brothers from Union as wtll as ! ir from three other State. expreel themse pleased at th- way the work was done. Air the speakers of th evening was Judge Gai , camp, a member of Twentieth Century Ln The next meeting will be taken up with v la the third rank. Legion of Ilonor. Compton Hlil Council held its regular tr' Ing Monday evening anl initiated one cat. date, Fred A. Brandt. Three applications v. alo filed, and the candidates will be In 1 for Initiation at the next meeting. On Wednesday evening btelU Council ; , Its regular meetlrg, with a good attend! Two candidate. Frank A. Walker and Ma A. Meyer, were initiated and Instructed in secret work of the ordr. Hide Park Council will give its annual n. nuerstde b"p at Pickwick llall Tuosday nl Supreme Chancellor Hammer will be the gu of honor and will lead tho gmnd roarih J O'Connell has been assigned music dire, t Charles clear is chairman of the Floor Cc mittee and J. J. McNaraara will have cha of the Reception Committee. St. Louis CVuncIl Is showing me good w under th guidance of Chancellor Comings, aj . judging from the number of examinations t have been approved bv the upreme medical rector, initiations will be the order to-morr .. night. Knight of Fnthcr Mathevr A large and enthusiastic meeting of tho r Louis Officers Arociatlcn waa held at hes quarters. No. 1S03 Locust sreet. this week, s organization work for the enuing term . ranged. The officers of the association :. 4 Wibiam J. Manfield of 3t. Bridget's. No president: William J. Walsh of M. Lcula 2 -1 L vice president; Thoma F. Golden of . i Jatrick. No. 4. s"cretar : John F. Rear of Visitation. No 16. treasurer. The following committee were appointed the president: Organizing Committee. Jan. I J. Pcannell. Council No. Si William Keouj i"ouncll No. 37; William II. Ncvvum. Coun No. ft): Patrick Long. Council No. I. Enterta ment Committee J. w. McCIusky. Council N. Zo. J. J. Glilick. Council No 3.: W. T. r, Ian, Council No. 6; Thomas Jennings, Coun No. S J. P. Bennehey. Council No. 50. a St. Malachys. No. 6. was visited lat moe Ing by niward Devoy. li. J. tftlgan, 9 William Walsh of the Fath-r Mathew Jlcr ment Committee. No. 6 li In splendid cona tion and active work is being done. Odd Fellow;. Key-done Lotlge had an Interesting lnUUtieo. at ltt lat meeti, February 3. The team froi a Jefferson Lodge Initiated three candidates ai t the organist from Mechanics" Lodge assist in the work. The exercises ended with a smokw and a lunch. " Mound city Canton cf thl cltv will go -M East St. Louis on March 5. to revive Csontcr1 Queen Cltv of East St. Louis. U WUdey Lodge had work in the second demf? at last meoting- The Relief Board has eenteen sick membe.if-,. from different Jurisdictions to care for. WH-n Ham Green, the chairman of the board. h.t been a member of the board for more than JJ quarter of a century. Naomi Lodge had a pleaant meeting In It, new hall in the Masonic Temple. Visitors "-"ott-ff present. The Installation of officers, under ;tl. direction of Mrs. Carrie MiCormtck. deput president, and staff of grand officer-, was a enjovable feature of the evening. At the next meeting. Tuesday, Februarv 16. there will b . an initiation. Edwardsvllle Rebekah Lodee InMalled t'x following officers: Clara Hanjer. noble granii Sarah Votrian. vice grand: Dijunna Hopper, re cording secretary; Mary Borman. financial bcc-f retary; Thcrea Berlertnan. treasurer. Degree of Honor. A. O. U. "V. ;. The euchre given by Bell Lodge on Wedne- day ev enlng, February 3, was a success, toot socfally and financially. The meeting haL Marcus and Eastou avenues, was crowded tt Its capacity. The first prizes were a dianwh-f ring and gold watch, and many other prize were awarded. The next regular meetlmrtcif this lodge will be held on Wednesday evenms January 17. at which time n class Initiation will be held, and the grand officers will be in vlted to conduct the ceremonies. , Phoenix Lodge had an interesting; meet Ing o? Tuesday evening, at which a great deal of rou tine business was transacted and three appl cations for membership were received and re ferred to Invetigr.ting Committees. Under the ' cood of the order some Interesting remarks were" made by Deputy Grand Chief of Honor SItr M. Whitehouse of Western Lodge- Aftor th meeting a goose cutting content was indulged . In and several prizes were awarded. , Western Lodge held a verv Interesting meet- ' Ing on Thursday evening. February 4. at which j four applications for membership were received and four members applied for beneficiary cer tlflcates. a euchre party will be given ot Thursday evenlne at the hall, corner of Twents sccond and Madtn streets. Order of United "Workmen. The entertainment and smoker given by Se curity Lodge on last Monday night was a pleasant and well-attended affair. Among the entertainers on tho- programme wero Charles S. Wagner, Arthur Lewis and Fred Annus. Interesting addresses were delivered by Puper viidng Solicitor Henry Boehning. Wuilam F Bahn of Securitv Lodge. William C. Streetor of Covenant Lodge and by Brother Phillip Flood. Mayor of Glrard. HI. During the meet ing refreshments and cigars were served, Benton Lodge enjoyed a iery agreeable meeV Ing on last Thursday evening and Initiated enh candldate on last Saturday evening. g; -- - r Royal JLeamtr. js The following councils meet this week: St. Louis. Ivanhoe, Hamilton, Missouri-Wabash .andyv Future Great. " Hamilton Council Inaugurates a series cf . bowling matches to-morrow. e Ivanhoe Council was "sited by the Adrlsdry-; Board, and after a short business sesion th, members went in a body to Futum Great Coun-T ell. where they wero entertained with a lee- tura bv IVwtor Hu Tze Mai. a ililnese noblest man. Brothers W heltss and I-ee Hall of Fut ture Great Council and Brother Kmlg of Ivan ho Council ilso addressed the council along. linos of patriotism -. i? Orator O. F. Tahbert of Ivanhoe tV-uncll 1J frenarlng a programme fo- next meeung FeI owjhlp NlJtht). nt which the officers of th1 Ivanhoe Fellowship Club will b e'f"tcd. -.tl All the councils are acting favorably upon the request of the Advisory Count li mr a per capita of S cents to ireate a fund for the en-t tertalnmont of visiting brethren during thert World's Fair. World Frnternal Association. - The halt at No. 3619 Easton avenue was filled nt the open meeting given by St. Louis Coun cil. A song by E. A. Holton was appreciated. Six candidates were obligated; a c'a-s of four teen will be initiated at next meeting. The work of organizing a new council at Kansas City Is progressing rapidly, with pros pects for rharterlng in the near future. Joseph Flory. national president, and S. H. Pnlder. national secretary, go to Dexter. Ma, Monday to aist In Instituting a council, vr Charleston Council continues to send In its regular quota of npptcations. ji Representative Sannebeck nf 9t. Charles re ports good work In his locality. Kn (j? his and Ladle of Procre.9. Tower Lodge, No. 1, Initiated five new-candt- dates at their last meeting and had a larsti attendance of Its membership. It promises a larger time at Its next meeting, inviting tThe. slster lodges to visit them. Wct End Lodge, No. 12. Is doing nicely; still brapging about its popular mo.rbr1hlnv Central Lodge. No. 6. reports now candidates for Us next meeting. Brother Bauer is the Sir Knight commander of this lodRe. Abilene Lodge of Abilene. Tex.. se"d3 in an encouraging report, show ing groat n grrss tnadc there In the last few weoits. Rejiorts are not In from other lodges, except !. Louis llge. No. 2, which had a larse m'tttng Ttio day evening. February 9. at Natl"ni! Hall. No. 3700 Alien avenue. Seventeen cand dats werf Initiated Tower Lodge, No. l, and West EniL lyxlge. No. 12, visited them In a body. Fnder the good of th order speeches wen- made py" W. fa. Campbell, editor or the Iniieinl, a weekly fraternal magazine; Colon-1 Allen J. Showers, a member of W est id Usls'; Broth-, er Barclay of Tower Ijodge. No. 1; ard Brother R- IV Williams of West End Lodge, ni. IZ. Two new lodges have boon nrganlzd "at Springfiold. Mo. and one In Aurora. .f. and good reajlts are promised from th- ft Us pf, Carthage. Joplin and Webb Cltj. Acorn Lodge he'd It lirst regular ursine at the new hall. No 2300 Chouteau avenue, orf Monday evening. The occasion being Installa tion of oficers. a fair attendance was present. The Installation eeremonles were rondueted by Sister Lena Meyer, wife of (J rand Recorder Henry W. Meer of the A- O. LT. W.. Huslsted bv Grand Recorder Meyer as grand usher, Sadie f'hedelt as past grand chief of honor. Sister Conlln as grand chief nf teremonies, and Sister Julia as grand lady of honor. The officers In stalled were Sister Owens, past chief of honor. Sister Johnson, chief of honor: .Sister Eck stein, ladr of honor: Sister Messenger, re corder; Brother Wilson, financier: Brother Schermann. receiver; f'ter Decorvllle. osherj Rose Grate, chief of roremnnle: Wst" SchuHx, Inside watch. Grand Recorder ; Henry W. Meyer- o th- A. O U.W. made application for a ben-"-: eficiary certificate, as did his daughter. Adeltw Meyerf Sister Carrie Johnson presented th ledge with a handsome Bible. '"Woodmen CIrele. Olive Grove. "So- 27, met Wednewdfty atterr noon, receiving and acting en appllcatlohs. Th sovere'E-is had with them tho guardian cf Oak GrVve also guardian, clerk and banker of Oaki. land Grove. Ollie Grove officers will assist In the installation of Oakland Grove officers- Li.k i. ik. Mhv trnntre in ine cirir. tjiiva Grore will give a euchre Wednesday, February 17. at 3 p. m., at it halL Broadway and Chin- j !g tret. - -. , ' XI .-?fesfe:Viitiy 'gjitel&Cft-i .-.. &-&$&'ik&zT. fra,iy.il -9tsJ&&l - -? r j. ' -Jyz-ii 3j '- "-V',-.'