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IN FRATERNAL CIRCLES
TfffASONIC
The Knights Templar of Los Angeles
commandery 9 to the number of seventy
five assembled at their asylum in the
temple Christmas morning and observed
the occasion In a similar manner to that
of all Knights Templar in the United
"tates. The toast of the grand master
\b responded to in a feeling and elo
°* ?nt Masonic manner by several of the
be knights present and the occasion was
ure most successful of the kind ever held
a Los Angeles. The commandery con
ferred the order of the temple last even
ing and will meet in stated conclave next
Thursday evening.
Signet chapter 57 R. A. M., will meet
In stated convocation next Monday even
ing at which time the officers will be in-
Stalled. There will be work in Signet
chapter every Monday evening in
January.
Los Angeles council 11 R. and S. M. will
meet in stated assembly next Tuesday
evening, at which time the officers-elect
•nd appointive will be installed. The
occasion will be made more memorable
by the conferring of the degrees of royal
and select masters upon a class of fifteen
representative Masons, the work to be
followed by a fine banquet.
One of the most pleasant events of the
month in Masonic circles was the annual
installation of officers of Pentalpha 202
Tuesday night. J. M. Deeter, the retir
ing master, acted as installing officer and
was assisted by Past Master C. W. Blake
as grand marshal. The fololwing offi
cers were duly installed: J. F. Hughes,
W. M.; F. M. Parker, S. W.; W. R. Her
vey, J. W.; J. H. Martin, T.; W. W. Rob
inson, S.: P. S. Thompson. S. D.; J. L
Matheson, J. D.; H. J. Fleishman, mar
shal; G. H. Stewart and G. F. Herr.
stewards; M. C. Fnrdham, tyler. Past
Master Varcoe, on behalf of the mem
bers of the lodge, after an eloquent ad
dress, presented to the retiring master
a handsome past masters jewel, which
was accepted in a feeling address by
Brother Deeter. After the installation
the members and visitors repaired to
the banquet hall where a fine oyster
supper was discussed and many nota
ble members of the order responded to
toasts. Congratulations were showered
upon the retiring and incoming masters
and upon the lodge for the excellent work
of the past year. Two hundred members
who sat around the board did not dis
perse until a late hour.
South Gate 320. at a special meeting
Monday evening, installed the following
officers:, W.-Jsjjj-Uayiic.'j W. M.; C. W.
-Marsh.S. XV.: J. W.: James
Castruccio, treasurer; Alex Patterson,
secretary; D. A. Wagner, chaplain: R.
W. Dromgold, marshal; R. L. Horton,
S. D.: R. E. Dill, J. D.; G. D. McGilliard,
George Pessell, stewards; J. D. Stein,
tsier. After the installation Judge Mc-
Klnley, In a very appropriate speech,
on behalf of the lodge presented the re
tiring master, G. E. Derlng, with a beau
tiful past master's jewel. The numerous
brethren present then adjourned to the
banquet room where they enjoyed a
bounteous spread.
Southern California 278 conferred the
third degree of Masonry Wednesday
evening. Stated next Wednesday.
Hollenbeck 319 had the M. M. degree
Tuesday evening and will hold their
stated communication next Tuesday.
Los Angeles 42 will hold their stated
meeting next Monday.
Valle de France 329 will confer the fel
lowcraft degree this evening.
ODD FELLOWS
Cantons Orion and Los Angeles, Patri
archs Militant, will give one of the most
brilliant balls ever given by the order at
•Memorial hall, in the Odd Fellows' build
ing tonight. Preceding the ball will be
a fine exhibition drill by the union drill
corps of the two cantons, which expects
to enter the prize contest at San Jose
next year. The attendance was large,
including many spectators.
Golden Rule 160 will lead with installa
tion ceremonies next Monday evening.
Los Angeles 35 will instal officers next
Wednesday. Good Will officers will be
installed next Thursday evening. Amer
ica will also install officers next Thurs
day evening.
Semi-Tropic 371 admitted several mem
bers by card Tuesday evening. Initia
tion next Tuesday.
Good Will conferred the Second Cov
enant degreejast evening.
Los Angeles 35 had initiatory work
evening.
There Will be more degree work after
installation.
America httd initiatory work last week
and conferred the First degree last even
ing.
THE P.EBEKAHS
Tho Christmas observance by the Edel
weiss Rebekahs and members of Hofer
60 on Sunday evening last was a highly
enjoyable affair. There was a large at
tendance, Ini luding many little folks.
The Christmas tree was finely decorated
and loaded with gifts. After the trei
exercises there was a sumptuous spread
in the banquet hall, which was fully ap
preciated.
Columbia Rebekaha gave a Christmas
and New Year's, entertainment Monday
evening, which was largely attended and
appreciated. The recitations, tableaux
and representation of the months of the
year and their fruits were very inter
esting. Refri shments were served.
Arbor Vitae S3 celebrated its last meet
ing in the year Tuesday evening by in
itiating eleven candidates. The work
was done by the degree team that ex
emplified the work before the grand en
campment, and, of course, it was finely
given. Five applications for membership
Were also received.
Mrs. Dora E. Tuppin, D. D. G. M., will
Install the officers of the various lodges
in her district, as follows: Columbia 19-1
January 3; Una 172, January 5; Silver
Wave, Santa Monica, January 7; Arbor
Vitas M. January 11; Eureka, East Los
Angeles, January 12; Ocean Queen, Pan
Pedro, January 15; Edelweiss 07, Janu
ary 21.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Los Angeles Company 25, U. R. of K.
P., Captain G. S. Adolph, had a good
street drill Wednesday night with a full
complement. The company will go to
Pasadena tomorrow to take part in the
Tournament of Roses parade, leaving by
special car on the electric road at 9:30
a. m. Santa Monica Company 21 is ex
pected to arrive in the city in time to
join them in the trip to the "Crown of
the Valley."
The officers of Al Borak Temple 7.1. I>.
D. K. X., will be installed at their temple
in Castle hall next Wednesday evssjll |
The proposed members of the Mt
lodge at Long Beach held an enthusias
tic meeting Wednesday night. They
have applied for a charter, and th. MS
lodge will be Instituted in about VWO
weeks, with probably forty members. At
the time of institution a special train Will
be chartered to carry down the Knights
of Pythias of this city who will attend.
Marathon IS2 had Ihe Page rank Tues
day evening. Next Tuesday evening
they will have the Esquire rank and in
stallation of officers.
Gauntlet 129 worked all the ranks last
Monday evening, and will have installa
tion of officers next Monday night.
Purity Temple 2, Rathbone Sisters,
had initiatory work and an interesting
session last Saturday night.
INDEPENDENT FORESTERS
High Chief Ranger McElfresh, while
In Toronto, Canada, acted as one of a
committee comprising the leading offi
cers of the order throughout the United
States and Canada, together with the
assistance of three prominent profes
sional and disinterested valuators, made
a careful and thorough examination of
all the securities held by the order, in
which the reserve fund of the order,
amounting to $2.500.0i10. is invested. The
committee, after being engaged in this
work for about five days, rendered a re
port in which it highly congratulated the
order upon having its finances so ably
and satisfactorily managed. The securi
ties were found to be Al in every partic
ular. The high chief ranger also had the
pleasure of taking part in the celebra
tion in honor of the completion of the
great Forester temple in Toronto, which
is already noted as one of the finest busi
ness buildings in Canada, and is without
doubt the most magnificent structure
owned by any fraternal order in the
world. The temple was thrown open to
the public and was viewed by over 10,000
people on December 17. In the evening a
public reception was held in the main
auditorium of the temple, which has a
seating capacity of 3000. The hall was
packed with people. On the platform
were seated some of the most prominent
officials of the Dominion and the leading
officers of the order throughout the
United States and Canada. The meet
ing was addressed by Hon. Mr. Badow
Cumberland, presiding officer; his wor
ship. Mayor Shaw; Hon. Thomas Green
way, premier of Manitoba; Dr. Oronhyo
tekha, supreme chief ranger; Victor
Moran, P. H. C. R. of Quebec; Col. W. H.
Parker, H. C. R. of Wisconsin; Hon.
Judge Wedderbun, H. C. R. of New
Brunswick; G. A. McElfresh, H. C. R.
of California; Judge J. W. Clark, H. C.
R. of Ohio; Clarence Scott, H. C. R. of
Maine; Rev. W. J. McCaughan, P. H. C.
R. of Ireland. The Toronto Globe, in re
ferring to the address of our Brother Mc-
Elfresh, says: "G. A. McElfresh, Califor
nia's high chief ranger, proved himself
to be a story-teller of the first order and
kept the audience in convulsions of
laughter for some time, with incident
after incident of western lodge life. He
also gave the gratifying information
that the order was already the second
most prosperous and numerous organi
zation of the kind in his state. He made
the hit of the evening and was heartily
complimented by his friends at the close.
The famous Canadian cartoonist, J. W.
Uengaught, was present and Illustrated
Bro. McElfresh and his anecdote of
"Smith and the Lodge," which elegant
and natural picture now adorns the of
fice of the H. C. R. in this city.
Court Gardena 625 took in 29 applica
tions, as the result of the special dis
pensation, during November and De
cember.
The oyster supper by Court Central
Avenue last week, over the membership
contest, was a happy affair, the 35 new
applicants for membership being pres
ent. High Secretary Perry made a good
address.
Court Temple 510 will hold a public in
stallation on the evening of January 18,
at which time the high chief ranger will
officiate, and the court will present one
Of the finest programs ever given in the
city.
Court La Gazelle 3631, Pico Heights.
Will have a public installation of officers
next Tuesday evening, conducted by
High Secretary Perry. A tine social pro
gram will follow. A large attendance is
expected.
The high chief ranger now wears a
beautiful P. H. C. I:, badge, presented
him by the S. C. R. by the direction of
the high court of California.
Court Los Angeles IS. Companions of
the I. O. F., held its regular weekly meet
ing yesterday afternoon at I, O. F. tem
ple. The court had initiatory work and
also election of officers. The following
ladies were elected: C. C, Mrs. M. O.
Reavls; V. C. C, Mrs. Katharyne Gerties;
C. S., Mrs. R. I, Brain; C. F., -Miss Flor
ence Oliver; C. T., Mrs. M. New.N; P. C.
C, Mrs. BdW. Lloyd: C. Chap., Mrs. A.
Conlan; C. M„ Mrs. Peters; C. Con., Mrs.
Wismer; C. G., Mrs. Ryerson; C. S., Mrs.
Pattee.
A triple joint installation of the officers
of courts Palmetto. Mateo and Angelina
will be held at the auditorium of the
Masonic temple next Wednesday even
ing, with High Chief Ranger G. A. Mc-
Elfresh and corps of high court officers
presiding.
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD
Supreme Secretary Bartholomew | n .
stttuted a new lodge at Tucson, Ariz., on
Wednesday evening, with 78 charter
members. The judge is doing great
work.
New lodges of both gentlemen and
ladies are being organized at Glendale.
The lodges at Compton will have a
joint public installation next Tuesday
evening, Supreme President Dandy of.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER SI, 1997
Relating. Many members of the order In
this city will attend. Including the ladles
of Hermosa lodge, who will go over In a
tally-ho coach.
A ladies' lodge Is being organised at
Station D, Rosedale.
New members are joining the order
more rapidly than ever. The record for
December will run over 300.
A new lodge Is being organized at
Bakersfield.
Deputy Spencer will soon Institute a
fine lodge at Sacramento.
East Los Angeles lodge 11 has the en
viable record of twenty-nine applications
for membership this month, most of
whom have been Initiated. The lodge
had four initiations and six applications
at the last meeting.
The lodges at Olive are progressing
finely, having secured many new mem
bers of late.
La Grande 9 initiated four candidates
at the last meeting, and will have a good
class for Initiation tonight.
Los Angeles 1 initiated four candidates
and received six applications for mem
bership Tuesday evening. Installation
MSI Tuesday.
Sunset 4 will have a public Installation
January 14. followed by a fine social pro
i |i-;»m.
n-.remo President Dandy will Install
tb. >•flic, rs of Pomona lodge next Thurs
day evening.
Arcade 3 had initiatory work nnd ap
plications for membership Wednesday
evening. Installation next Wednesday.
KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES
The report of the Supreme Record
Keeper shows that the net gain in mem
bership for November was 1684. Cash
on hand December Ist in the Endow -
ment fund. $519,478.
Los Angeles Tent 2, at its meeting on
Wednesday night, initiated one, elected
four and received ten applications.
The several tents of the city have ap
pointed committees to arrange for the
organization of a general relief commit
tee.
The "smoker" given by Southern Cali
fornia Tent 6 last evening was an en
joyable affair and,well attended. There
was a good musical program, cards and
refreshments.
The degree team of the tent at Titus
vilte, Pa., of which E. M. Guthrie, R. K.
of Tent 2, this city, was a charter mem
ber, went to Franklin, Pa., a few even
ings since and initiated 149 candidates.
And Ed regrets that he was not with
them on the great occasion.
UNITED WORKMEN
Southern California 191 conferred the
Workman degree last evening on twen
ty-three candidates and also reinstated
three old members. This was a grand
tlnale of work by this lodge for the year.
W. A. Innes, the special deputy, is
spending the holidays at his home in
Oakland.
St. Elmo 238 had a largely attended
meeting Monday night. The new officers
of this lodge will be Installed next Mon
day evening by District Deputy Green
ough.
Orange Grove 312 will install officers
next Tuesday evening and at the same
meeting Initiate several candidates. The
screen work will be given.
Monrovia 260 has initiated seventeen
candidates this month.
Deputy C. Z. Sutton has taken in
twelve candidates to Riverside lodge
during December.
Covlna lodge has gained seventeen
new members this month.
The proposed social by Magnolia lodge
D. of H. this evening hfto been poot
poned indefinitely.
B. P. O. ELKS
Los Angeles 99 initiated the largest
class of candidates Wednesday evening
in the history of the lodge and the at
tendance of Elks was also the largest.
D. D. G. E. R., J. C. Rais of San Fran
cisco 3 conducted the initiation in fine
form. A large number of visiting Elks
were present from San Francisco. San
Diego, Oregon, Colorado, Pennsylvania,
etc. After the work there was a grand
banquet, at which one hundred Elks
were served. Music was furnished by
Romandy's orchestra. Brother John
Brink was the caterer.
In about two weeks Los Angeles 99
will take in another class of ten canQi
dates. The order of Elks is now boom
ing in Los Angeles.
Clubs of Elks are being formed in San
Francisco. Los Angeles and San Diego
to attend the national reunion of Elks
at New Orleans in May next.
ROYAL ARCANUM
Tho following officers and members of
Los Angeles council 1489 visited Pasa
dena council 1170 on Monday evening last
for the purpose of conferring the degree
on Messrs. Wltherby and Staats: Re
gent Joseph H. Smith, Vice-Regent W. J.
Bullas, Past Regent Joseph A. Simmons,
Chaplain W. A. Barber, Orator Sam J.
Chappel, Guide H. S. Wilmans. Warden
Samuel llanketer, Sentry Fred Yeager,
Secretary O. L. Davidson, J. K. Hawk
and Mr. Warren. After the initiation
Pasadena council elected the following
corps of officers for the ensuing year: G.
A. Durrell, regent; Jesse Allen, vice
i;egent; J. A. Goodrich, orator; J. J.
Blick, secretary; W, B, Laughery, col
lector; H. W. Hincs, treasurer; C. B,
Hewett, chaplain: H. H. Hillier, guide;
S. R. Llpplncott, warden; Fred Weik.
sentry. At the conclusion of the election
of officers refreshments were served,
speeches made ami a general good time
had until 10:30 oclock when the Los An
geles brothers departed "Intoxicated"
with Pasadena's hospitality and enthu
siasm for the success of the grand coun
cil which every member Is now putting
forth his best efforts to secure in the
southern part of the state.
Superior Warden Thomas A. Parish is
expected to return to this city about
January 10th to perfect his plans for the
Institution of the grand council.
Brother G. L. Davidson has the dis
tinction of being the "mother" of San
Pedro, Pasadena and Monrovia coun
cils, having organized them some years
ago when he held a commission from the
supreme council as deputy superior re
gent.
Over thirty names now adorn the char
ter list of the new council being organ
ized by Past Regent E. P. H. Fuller. The
names embrace many prominent busi
ness and professional men in tho city.
Sunset council 1074 received two ap
plications for membership at its meet
ing Monday evening.
Regent E. H. Woodman appointed a
new committee to work with Los Angeles
council's committee in the grand coun
cil organisation, Theodore Grumbach
was elected chaplain and re-elected cor
respondent for the year 1898. Under the
head of "Good of the order" Orator H.
C. F. Smith made several good sugges
tions for the welfare of the council.
Organist G. Sweet gave several nice
selections on the piano. Thfe following
members made remarks: D. W. Maloon,
H. Zander, E. G. Launders, E. H. Wood
man, H. Greenawalt. The Installation of
officers for next term will occur on! the
second Monday of January. A fins pro
gram is being arranged for the occasion.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA
The various courts of the city will In
stall officers next week and many of
them will have banquets at the close of
the ceremonies.
Considerable Initiatory work by the
courts will follow Installation week.
Grand Senior Beadle Weldon of San
Pedro went to San Diego Wednesday
and will visit officially all courts south
of Los Angeles.
Court Sunset continues to forge ahead.
The late contest for membership resulted
In Brothers J. W. Augustine and Wil
liam J. Jones carrying off the first and
second prises, which were beautiful For
ester pins. Court Sunset will give a so
cial the last meeting night in January.
Brother Jennings of Court San Diego
has been in the city this week on a
business and pleasure trip.
The relief committee will hold Its reg
ular monthly meeting next Sunday at
10 a. m.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
La Fiesta camp 63 had a good meeting
Monday night, the last of the year.
Next Monday evening there will be a
joint public installation of La Fiesta and
Los Angeles camps and Laurlstlnas cir
cle Women of Woodcraft. After the In
stallation ceremonies there will be a fine
program, closing with a dance. Invita
tions have been Issued.
ORDER OF PENDO
Four new lodges of the Order have
been organized recently in the states of
Montana, Colorado, lowa and Illinois.
A new lodge Is being organized at
Warner, in the western part of the city,
which will be Instituted In about two
weeks.
Angellno Council gave a fine social
dance at their hall, 107% North Main
street, last evening.
The local branch of the order has paid
out over $900 in sick and accident bene
fits since its organization, about two
years ago.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS
Los Angeles council 82, Order of the
United Commercial Travelers of Ameri
ca, meets on the third Saturday of each
month at Odd Fellow's hall. The list of
officers Is as follows: A. S. Abbott, S.
C.J Henry Oerdes, J. C; Wm. J. Barrett.
R. C; F. W. Boynton. conductor; H. H.
Mayberry, R.; Frank Phillips, S.; E. W.
Price, secretary.
The newly installed officers of Pasa
dena chapter O. E. S. are as follows: Mrs.
Carrie B. Hoff, W. M.; John R. Slater,
W. P.: Mrs. Durant, A. W. M.; Miss Jen
nie Anderson, secretary; Miss Jennie
Bristol treasurer; Miss Mamie Plant,
conductress; Miss Letta Hovey, asso
ciate conductress.
CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS
Angel City court 579 elected the follow
ing officers at its meeting last Saturday
afternoon: J. Kearney, P. C. R.: J. Boyl
son, C. R.: Joseph Smith, V. C. R.; J. T.
Ferron, F. S.; I. J. Cunningham, treas
urer; E. P. Dugan, R. S. The above of
ficers will be installed at the first meet
ing in January, at which time seven
candidates will also be initiated.
The grand ball by Angel City court at
St. jusciih's hall on the evening of
January 20th promises to be largely
patronized.
FARMERS' CLUB INSTITUTE
Will Meet at the Chamber of Com
merce Next Week
For the exchange of experiences and
theories, to the general betterment of
farming along all lines, will the Univer
sity Farmers' Club institute be held at
the chamber of commerce next week,
January 3d. 4th. sth and 6th, 1898.
The farmers' institutes are all held un
der the auspices of the University of
California. It is a university extension
movement carried to the farmers and
this is one conducted by Prof. A. J.
Cook of Pomona college, the university
representative in Southern California.
There Will be three sessions each day
and addresses will be made by promi
nent specialists in a number of depart
ments. Each program will be diversified
With music, vocal and instrumental and
to each all farmers are Invited to "come
and bring their wives and families."
A special rate has been secured on all
railroads of one and one-third fare. The
ticket agents will furnish certificate on
payment of full fare to Los Angeles and
return ticket will be issued at Los An
geles for one-third rate. All certificates
must be signed at the meeting by the
secretary.
Especial attention has been paid to
music in making up the program and the
following musicians have kindly con
sented to contribute numbers: Mrs. Ab
bot Kinney, Misses Clara Bosbyshell,
Daisy Polk, Katherine Phillyss Edson,
Jessie Mills, Messrs. C. F. Edson, W. H.
Mead, Will Strobridge, C. W. Stevens and
M. F. Mason. Mrs. Parsons and Mr. Lee
Bassett will give readings.
Among those who will give addresses
are General Forman, Prof. Cook, A. R.
SpragUß, C. A. Hatch, A. P. Griffith, J.
W. Wills, Hon. Elwood Cooper, S. M.
Woodbrldge, Dr. E. W. Hilgard, James
-Morgan, Prof. L. H. Bailey, G. P. Hall,
Hon. Abbot Kinney and Rev. Burt Estes
Howard.
Something for the New Year
The work! renowned success of Hcstet
ter's Stomach Hitters, and their continued
popularity for near half a century as a
stomachic, Is scarcely more wonderful than
the welcome that greets the annual ap
pearance of Hostetter's Almanac. This
valuable medical treatise Is published by
the Hostetter company. Pittsburg, Pa.,
under their own immediate supervision,
employing sixty hands In that department.
They are running about eleven months in
the year on this work, and the issue of
same for 1898 will he over eleven millions,
printed in the English. German, French!
Welsh, Norwegian. Swedish, German, Bo
hemian and Spanish languages. Refer to
a copy of It for valuable and Interesting
reading concerning health, and numerous
testimonials as to the efficacy of Hostet
ter's Stomach Hitters, amusement, varied
information, astronomical calculations and
chronological Items, etc., which can be de
pended on for correctness. The Almanac
for 1898 can bo obtained, free of cost, from
druggists and general country dealers In
all parts of the country.
Wall paper, late styles, low prices, at
A. A. Eckstrom's, 324 South Spring street.
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% Our Paris Letter tells of twenty original dance gowns designed by the American Girls' Club. w
Ellen Osborn's bright letter on Christmas fashions in the East. *W
g Annie Laurie Woods on the temptations of the bargain counter. • W
£ A Bicycle School in Paris conducted by girls. Mrs. Grey Canfield writes of an W
academy where French heiresses exploit the mysteries of the wheel. %)
% The New Year Toilet of a Japanese Belle—Ralph Cruger portrays %)
$ the interesting process. « q
| For the Young Folks m
% Playing the Fool— Singutar outcome of a New England boys' New Year's resolutions— W
% By Lawrence Boone.
I Boys at West Point—Surprising number of fighters by inheritance as well as by choice— S &
By Grant Hamilton.
| All the Regular Features |j
g The News of the World by Associated Press and The Herald's Special Telegraph Service. i f
| Every Point of Importance in Southern California Represented. Nj 9
g The Local Field Faithfully and Graphically Coveted. 3 ?
I Society <£> Music «n Drama X
\ Literature & The Investor
\ Brevities of Science «£ Churchly Notes %
% A Great Missionary for Your Eastern Friends J&
| A Revelation of Southern California's Industry w
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