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til rfl I. r IWDHIBI Utt t 'i I I. 111 ur vv i.1 i 'tR i Ki . X 1 ; i - F l. j g j f i Lit! I. u li1- &a H ft 1! r. ' , f : mi 8 lHJb WASHINGTON BEE 40 SECRET ORDERS MR. MCKINLEY'S INDUCTION-MASONRY. INTO SPECIAL NOTICES. For Sale. A beautiful farm, com Dosinsr of Q2 acres of rich soil, never failinsr stream on the place. Three I hours drive, with a load to the Center Market. Terms reasonable. Call at this office, or 503 D street, n. w., for information. Wanted. Five or ten good collec tors, at once. Liberal per centage given. Call at this office from S to 5 p. m. About a fortnight ago the Masonic Lodge of Winchester, Va., in which President McKinley was made a Mas ter Mason, invited him to visit the city as a guest of the lodge, promising to receive and entertain him with full honors. Abner Wallahan, a member of the lodge, gives an interesting ac count of the manner in which the Presi dent became attached to the Frater nity. It was in the spring of 1S65, at tho. clnca rC li inr whfrll McK.in- w.w . w. -"""-, u J ley was stationed at muicsici. i was going through the hospital in com pany with the Surgeon in charge, when he noticed that the Surgeon was kind to some wounded confederate prison ers. After tenderly dressing their wounds the Surgeon gave the confed erates some money that they might procure something which was needed for their comfort. Mr. McKinley ques tioned the Surgeon as to reason lor his kindness to the captk-es, and was told that it was because they were brother Masons. The young soldier was so much Impressed with the inci dent that he expressed a wish to join the fraternity. And a special dispen sation being obtained for the purpose ; he was initiated, passed and raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason in the Winchester Lodge. From the Washington Star oj June 5, iSoj. NEW MASONIC BODIES. FOR RENT: To gentlemen nice furnished or unfurnished with bath. Terms reasonable. 205 O street n. w. on ly room nent Masons present were : P. R. E G. C, V. F. Powell, Sir Knights, G. F. Folsom, H. Stickler, and L. S. Oppenheimer of the Knights and La dies of St. Paul (white) ; also promi nent officials of the K. of P. The Su preme Council by vote decided to accompany the Daughters of the Shrine and Pyramid 1 emple to Provi dence, R. L, in October at the annual session. Wend Illustrious D. F. Seville, 330, Special Deputy of A. A. S. R. Mystic Shrine and Royal and Select Masters of the Cryptic Rite, assisted by John N. Adams, 330, Special Deputy, insti tuted at Richmond, Va., Eureka Con sistory, 320, Prince Hall Council, j&.. O-VLtels'UL'n.st (2Hfe(i1iiPieFS. 1324 Uln. 1 r Washington. D. C. Tailoring, Dyeing, Scouring, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing, No delay. Suits Steamed Cleaned and Pressed i.oo Pants Steamed Cleaned and Presssed , 25 Pants Drv Pressed, Pants Altered and Kixed Pantis ppeSSed Whiie you waib CKercoats, Sleeve Lining Under Coat, Sleeve Lining Braidinsr Coat and Vest Pants Cleaned and Repaired All work D Street n. 616 rrwn M ntarl i,muomvi.u. 15 7a i.oo 75 2.50 5 W. Last week Illustrious Isaaic L. Brown, Deputy for Iowa, under the obedience of the United Supreme Council, 350, S. and , and the Grand Council 01 Mystic Shrine and Royal and Select Masters, presided oer by John G. Jones, 330, instituted at Staun ton, Va., Alpha Consistory, 32, A. A. S. R. ; Valley Star Temple of Mvstic Shrine and Staunton Council, Royal and Select Masters. John N. Adams. Consistorv, 32 of Alexandria, Va., has on its rolls 25 Sublime Princes and more coming. The Grand Council of Mystic Shrine will convene in Providence", Rhode Is land, in October. Particulars later. There will be a large shrine parade. ES SALAMU ALEIKUM. IMPERIAL DIVAN AL AKARIM. John G. Tones, zx3. Most Imoerial Potentate, Chicago; Illustrated James H. Lewis, 330, Imperial Deputy Poten tate, New York Citv; Robert J. Fletcher, 330, Imperial Chief Rabban, Sacramento, Cal.; Richard T. Greener, 330, Imperial Assistant Rabban, New York City ; William R. Morris, 33, Imperial High Priest and Prophet, Minneapolis, Minn. ; J. E. Reed, 330, Imperial Oriental Guide, Cleveland, Ohio; R. H. Freeman, 33, Imperial Treasurer, Baltimore, Md. ; D. F. Se ville, 330, Imperial Corresponding Re corder, Washington, O. C. ; E. W. Shields, 330, First Assistant Corres ponding Recorder, Washington, D. C; E. M. Hewlett, 33, Second Assistant Corresponding Recorder, Washington D. c; B. M. Shook, 53, Imperial Recorder, Cleveland, Ohio ; J. Hume Childer, 330, Imperial Assistant Re corder, Topeka, Kan.; E. E. Petti bone, 330, Imperial Outer Guard, Grenada, Miss. ; Rev. C. W. Newton, 33, Imperial Lecturer, Jacksonville, 111. ; Isaac Holland, 330, Imperial First Ceremonial Master, Philadelphia, Pa.; S. T, Ellsworth, 330, Imperial Second Ceremonial Master, Albuquerque, N. M. ; S. B. Brooks, 330, Imperial Mar shallt Cleveland, Ohio: Dr. E- A. Williams, 330, Imperial First Medical Director, New Orleans, La.; Dr. D. Henri Woode, 330, Imperial Second Medical Director, Yicksburg, Miss.; W. W. Taylor, 55, Imperial Captain of the Arab Patrol, Salt Lake Citv, Utah; Rt. Rev. James T. Holly, 53, Imperial Prelate, Port-au-Prince, Hayti ; Spencer H. Gilmore, 330, Im perial Keeper of the Exalted Pass, Providence, R. I. ; H. H. Gilbert, 33, Imperial Captain of the Guards, Phil adelphia, Pa.; Arthur Thompson, 320, Imperial Organist, Baltimore, .Md. ; L. Y. Pulies, 330, Imperial First Outer Guard, Washington, D. C ; George S. Thompson, 33, Imperial Second Outer Guard, Fort Assinniboin, Mont. Knights of Kodosh, 30 , Thomas W. Stringer; Chapter ol Rose Croix, 1S0, Robert J. Fletcher ; Lodge of Perfec tion, 14 A. A. S. Rite. Illustrated Seville also instituted Al Borake Tem ple of Mystic Shrine and Henry A. Gilbert Council ot Roval and Select I Masters of the Cryptic Rite. The Il lustrious Dr. H. L. Harris, 330, the Grand Secretary of the Virginia Ma sons was appointed a special deputy for the State of Virginia and deputy for Richmond and Petersburg during the visit of Inspectors Seville and Adams. They received much atten tion from the Virginia brethren ; they visited the office of The Planet and Brother Mitchell showed them through the building. The bodies are com posed of the leadinsr citizens and Ma sons of Virginia, and composing the business and professional and emi nent men of our lace. The Inspectors departed much pleased with their trip to the Capitol of the Old Dominion State. There were camels milk in abundance and dessert food. &c. Great col- I H 'AMDDb L. il. brill DEjJjLi Originally of Nashville, Tenn. Hair Cutting, Shaving, Shampoo- Subscribe -IS r 1 H"E f , ing Hair specialty. 102, 414 Dving and Restoring a & Mo . ave. n. w Established 1866. l JIIISTIIE'S LIU OFFICI Sol Pennsylvania Avenue. Gold and silver watches, diw L'mridB, jewelry, pistols, gone, me ctiamcal tools, ladies and gentle men's wearing apparel. Old gold and silver bought. Unredeemed pledges for Bale. and you light upon dark sub Bee of Washington, IMPERIAL DIRECTORS. Wm. L. Kimbrough, OJ 1 Reed, Ohio; J.T. Layton,33, Cal.; Texas J- Read next weeks Bee umn. Don't fail to get it. I told vou to be good wouldn't. For jects read The D.C. Chr. Xander is at 630 Mass. avenue and 909 7th street, n. w. Karl Xander is at 439 K street, n. w., and Jacob Xander Is at 1315 7th street, n. w. These are all first-class houses, 1 1 00 20th gt. Rr. L . WASHINGTON, D. C J. L. HENDRIX - Manager. Capital Furniture Company, 1238 Seventh Street, NJ WASHINGTON. D.C. DEALERS IN NEHT-" TYPE! EVEKYTHLYG UP TO DATE. WHO DOES YOUR !0ES JOB PHDCIIKG? EMMETT C. JONES, PRKCTICKL Dok&JobPRINTER, 904 E STREET, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Complete New Outfit Prompt Delivery . . . Drop a Postal Card . . ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIYEH. fllllflll STOVES. Eg Refrigerators, COJL OIL and GASOLINE STOVES, SPECIAL PRICES ON BED ROOM SUITS. Go0rts Sold on small Weekly and Jl nut lit mumenls. CURDS EQUAL TO ENGRAVING. Prompt Attention given to Mail Orders, ZYiicWl rialli V5 -L i)tax) DEALER IN WIK'BS 1250 Seventh Street, N. W., Washington, p. 0. Rt. Rev. Holly, riavti : Rev. Hartley. 33c, West Indies ; T. V. Logan, 330, Mo. ; E. S. Baker, 33, Mo. ; W. H. Beckett, . Pa.: E. E. Perkins. Miss.; G S. Thompson, Montano; 1 tf T T 1 "I 1. r . tir tt T . w . n. in-jiucv, -uisi. ; . n. Lesier, 330, District "of Columbia; B. M. Shook, Ohio ; D. F. Seville, 330, Dis trict of Columbia. The next session will be held in Providence, R. I., Oc tober, 1&37. The Grand Lodge F. A. A. A. Y. R. of Washington, D C, June 10th, passed the following resolutions, viz. : Whereas, In view of the able serv ices, rendered our jurisdiction by Drother W. C. Chase," Editor of The Bee and The Bee in defending our ju risdiction against the attacks made from time to time. Be it resolved, That a vote of thanks be extended the Editor and The Bee and our members requested to sup port iHE Bee, by subscribing and get, ting subscribers. Be it further resolved, That a copy of the same be sent each lodge and one to The Bee, our organ, for publi cation. The Grand Court of Cyrene, of Phil adelphia, convened in its annual ses sion. 1227 Locust street, Grand Chief Engineer, Sir Isaaic Holland in the East. There were Courts from Bos ton, Baltimore, Chester, New Jersey, Providence, Pittsburg, Cambridge and other points. Mrs. John W. Elsey, was elected as $he Grand Coramand ress. Mrs. Mary A. Holland, as the Deputy; Mrs. Mary J. Parker, G. M. ; Mrs. L. King. G. Maglu; Mrs. D. Carter, G. Secretary ; Mrs. D. Wat son, G. Treasurer; Most Noble Ike Holland, Grand Chief Engineer. After the grand banquet, speech making and music followed. Among the promi- II WASHINGTON BEE X fvifid 'Iff w V n -J. kf -OXLh- 0 PER YEAR Staple DEALER IN and Fancy Groceries Fresh. Salt and Smoked Meats. Fresh Butter, Eggs and Coupon Choice Fruits and Table Luxuries. Tobacco, Cigars and Confectionery Produce . 1B34 Mtn bt. K W. In advance 20 cents monthly. ."? J ? " rC-!