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FRATERNAL AND SECRET SOCIETIES INiJjCPiiNDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS There was the usual jolly crowd of brothers and companions at the | meeting of Court Occident Friday, when five initiates were "added to the mem- . bershlp. Brother Jack I ■-. ■'"~* --. - Bean, who is a patriotic member of Court Occident, challenged Brother R. j G. Doyle, who is a patriotic member of Court Glad Hand and who was present, to appear at the "children's and hara times" party of Court Occident Friday, April 23, in the most juvenile costume. The challenge is open to all comers, and a prize is attached. It will be well to revert to the happy days of childhood and attend at 2515 Pasadena avenue Friday night. It will be worth while, if only to see Juvenile Brothers Bean and Doyle in Buster Brown attire. Court La Fiesta is making K'»od and had eight applications for membership at its meeting lust week, thus assuring a class of candidates for Tuesday, April 27. when its celebrated Indian ue- I gree team will put on the ritualism work in full barbaric splendor. Those •who have seen the work before will ] surely be present, and those who have] not have have not finished their educa tion as Foresters anil should i lake a point of being present. The court meets at 1226 West Washington street. and both companions and brothers will lie welcomed. Court Temple had an extra good meeting this week and many of the old-timers were back in attendance. Six applications were received and two were added to the membership. A lively discussion took place on a matter submitted by Brothers Dunkerley, Rich ardson and McCahlll, action on which was postponed until Tuesday night, at which time there will be something of Interest doing, Court Temple meets in the large Burbank hall and a full at tendance is called for this week. The members of Court Pasadena wi re , surprised at the promptitude of the BU preme court in placing one of their | members on the total disability benefit at its last meeting, and such prompti tude is one of the prides of Forestry. If there are any Foresters left with that tired feeling they should see Dr. Dickson, the high chief ranger, right away and he will prescribe a sure cure. California had a high record of new members for March, equaling jurisdic tions with three times the membership, and the supreme chief ranger has writ ten expressing his appreciation of the good work that is being done. There was a big attendance at Court Morris Vineyard last week and busi ness was brisk. Ten applications were received and two candidates were given the initiatory work. The court will have a smoker on Friday, April 23, to which all are invited. The home of the court is in the Walker building, and Its door of welcome is wide open. Considerable business was done at Court Glad Hand's meeting last week, and seven were added to the roll of the court. Brother Dan Martin, the chief ranger of Court Morris Vineyard, was present and gave the obligation and secret work, while the high secretary, Brother S. G. Dunkerley, superintended the ceremonies incident to the work of the "degree of elevation." A large number of members were present and enjoyed the work. The companions of companion Court Lob Angeles added one to their num ber at their meeting last week and made arrangements for a dramatic en tertainment and dance to be held in Korbel hall May 5. The court at Tropico is stli! having good meetings, and the members are determined to keep the Rood work go ing. At last week's meeing a boosting committee was appointed to round up the candidates, and the goat is being given an extra supply of "i'ans." It is surprising as to what "can" be done With a little effort, and the Tropico people are the ones to make the effort. There were four added to the mem bership of companion Court Glad Hand last week, and the committee reported arrangements made for the box social to be held Thursday, April 22. at which a short program will be given and the lunch boxes will be auctioned off, to be followed by a dance. The affair will | take place in Court Glad Hand's hail in the Walker building, and all Fores ters and friends are invited. The women are requested each to bring a box or basket of lunch, enough for two, and the men to come provided with Borne spare change. Companion Bing hara is chairman of the committee, and Will see that the affair is a success. The initiatory work was us usual given at the meeting of companion Court Morris Vineyaru last week and the court took up the work of "tags" in aid of the orphans' happiness fund, as sanctioned by the high chief ranger an;l the companion assembly. This li a very worthy object and doubtless will receive the support of every court in the jurisdiction. Those Foresters who have not yet been "tagged for the or phans" had better g<*t in the hand wagon and demand of their secretaries that they be tagged. Court Los Angeles had a good attend ance lust week and the boys had a very pleasant session. Some of their sessions arc quite strenuous when their parliamentarians set busy, but this week was devoted to sociability and a good time. Court Semi-Tropic No. 1442 at its meeting lust Tuesday evening was fav ored with a visit from Brother E. E. Packard, past high treasurer .if the high court of Southern California and a member of court Santa Barbara No, 1667. Brother Packard lias disposed of his business Interests in Santa Barbara and hopes to make Los Angeles his fu ture home. Two candidates were ad mitted to membership ami others are in prospect. Under the head of yi«»l and welfare the members were treated to a kuh: chewing contest, Each one was presented with a stick of gum and a small block of wood. The contest consisted in each member being re-1 <iuired to chew his or her stick of gum, after which to bo molded into the shape of an animal, the name of which was written on the block of wood. Companion Schnichtel, a new member, was the winner of the ladies' prize for the best molded animal, an alligator, Brother Fac kard was awarded the gen tleman's prize fur a finely molded i i head. The contest was as interesting as it was unique. MANETKO WHITE SHRINE Manetho shrine No. 1, Or der White Shrine of Jeru salem, put on the beautiful initiatory work at its reg ular meeting Wednesday night. It was the last time the present officers could be given that privilege, as it was the close of the White Shrine year. On the second Wednesday In May election of officers for the new year will be the order of business. Mrs. L,. Shaw, supreme dlstrlci deputy, who has been a visitor ai Manetho shrine, has hade the members farewell, as she leaves for her home this week in the east. Mrs. C. W. T.yke, noble prophetess, assisted by oilier officers, are making arrangements for a large part] and social, with good prizes, for their next social [Wednesday night, April -8. , Active Officials of the Royal Court liiiiltfe. SAM J. CHAPPEL, Royal Chancellor MAINTAINING a high standard among Ihe fraternal orders of Los Angeles is that of the Royal building. It is one of the "home" iu buolding. It is one of the "home" in stitutions and has stood the test as one of the best in existeme. Sam J. Chappel, royal chancellor of the royal court, is one of the best known fraternallsta in this section. He has had a wide and varied exren ence in the fraternal insurance field and is enthusiastic in the right meth ods of fraternalism, and he iis bound up in the efficacy of the Royal court. Mr. Chappel came to Los Angeles In IKS'.I and engaged in the printing busi ness. He has been an active member of the Maccabees, Knights of Pythias, Royal Arcanum, United Moderns, Grand Fraternity, the Fraternal Broth erhood and Royal court. He was the first in California to attain the honor of past grand regent by re-ison af act ual service as grand regent of the grand council of the Royal Arcanum of j California. He had risen by virtue of] his attainments in the various attri- i butes of true fraternalism until he was elected royal chancellor of the Royal j court February 1. 1906. He at once | reorganized the order on a modern ba- i sis and surrounded himself witli a strong board of directors of well known business and professional men. Under j this management the order has had I phenomenal prosperity. Miss Buerte Bentten, captain of com pany B. First regiment. Royal guard.-. of the Royal court, is a talented and popular young woman of Los Angele.« Holding the honors as captain she has j made the company the pride of the or der. As a lodge woman and military ex- | pert she has no superior among the women of her associates. She is much j beloved by the members of her com pany, although a strict disciplinarian •and milch esteemed by the Royal court officers and members for her valiant services to the order. The Good Samaritan club will he en tertained at the home of Courtier an 1 Lady Felch, 208 Easl Sixteenth sue ; I Friday evening. April 23. All member. 1' ; KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES Last Wednesday even ing was a busy one in | Maccabee circles. Los, Angeles tent, No. 2, an'l! California Banner tent, I No. 6, held their regular | meetings and Los An-j geles hive and Pacific hive. Ladies of the Mac cabees, gave an enter-1 tatnment and dance, re spectively. The members of tent No. 2 cut their meeting as short as possible in order that they might attend the entertainments given by the ladies. Deputy Oreat Commander J. W, Arbogast spent last week at Santa Monica and Anaheim, He will devote the coming month in securing members for the tents at Santa Barbara and San Diego. c. N. Johnson of Rlalto was a caller at the office of the great record keeper on Wednesday. Sir Knight Johnson is one of the officers of the California great camp, and also the record keeper of the tent at Rlalto. He has a host of friends in this city, who are always glad to welcome him. Wednesday evening Los Angeles tent will confer the second and third de grees upon a class of nine candidates. The members of that tent and the la dies of hive No. 1 will give a joint en tertainment at Walker's theater build ing April 2S. A fine program is prom isi d. The funem] of Oscar Kuhn was held on Monday afternoon and was largel; attended by the sir knights and ladies of the Maccabees. Sir Knight Kuhn had been a member of the order for a number of years, and prior to his last sickness was a very enthusiastic mem ber He was a past commander of Pico Heights tent and when that tent consolidated with tent No. 2 the mem bers of the latter tent had a special dispensation issued by the supreme commander conferring upon him the. honor of past commander of tent No. 2. ■ INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS d£^s Representatives to the grand lodge and Rebekah assembly to meet in San FranclSCO May 11 will leave l.os An >;■ Irs on a special train Sunday evening. May B; Berths can be secured only from D. 1). Deeds, 1361 Wright street. Si ml-Troplc lodge "ill confer the sec ond degree next Tuesday night. Los Ingeles lodge will give Instruc tions In the first degree next Wednes day night. Enterprise encampment will confer the nival purple degree next Friday night. Fraternity Rebekah lodge visited Car« nation lodge al Glendale last night. A ball was given to raise funds to furnish the new hall. LADIES OF THE MACCABEES Mrs. Frances E. Burns, great com mander of the Ladles of Modern Ma cabi bs, was the guesi of honor at an in formal entertainment given by Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Davis at their home, 8023 South Union avenue, last Thursday evening. Other guests were high officials of the Fraternal Brotherhood, consisting of James A. Foshay, Mr*. Emma B, x> i di^, In. and Mrs. B, W. Pierce, Mr. an I Mrs. O, A F'nst. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. I Keller and. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Davis. LOS ANGELES HERALD! SUNDAY MOKJNIJN U^Al'lUL 18, 1009/ <||9 (g'j^H Kef: ; ; IHQI Hi f Wl Hlfe , « nt s, ■ . .. YOSrwm^D c * * •.■'■** MISS BUERTE BENTIEN, Captain Royal Guards of the order arc invited with their fam ilies. Whist will be played for hand some prizes and refreshment! served. The open meeting for April arranged by the committee of Los Angeles 89 --sembly No. 2 will be held on the even ing of Tuesday. April 26, in Qarfleld hall, Walker building. Grand avenua. The entertainment will consist of a lit erary and musical program, followed by dancing and whist. Admission Will be by invitation only. Invitations may be secured from members and at the home office. 414 Stlmson building. The members present at the regular meeting of Pieo assembly No. 8 on Monday last were the recipients of Courtier Ben Bhepard's bounty again in the shape of a strawberry and cream surprise party. Courtier Shepsrd has given the assembly several surprises since joining it, but the preparing of the bountiful repast while the mem bers were attending the business se-; siou ami then announcing that the members were to meet in the banquet room in special session was a climax. Pieo assembly will hold its open meeting Monday. April 26, in Masonic hall. Pico and El Molino streets. A good program, dancing, whist for prized and door prizes will make up the ever ing's entertainment. The committee in charge has promised to give the best entertainment that has ever been given on the Heights, and the members and their friends ought to be present and see them make good. The Iris club will mep the first Fri day in May, the place of meeting not lieing announced. UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS I The first annual rally day of the I'nited Spanish War Veterans will be observed April 19. when Roosevelt camp No. !i will hold a meeting at 220 South Main street, to which all G. A. R. and Spanish war veterans in Southern | California are invited. ! John F. Godfrey post. G. A* R.. and Ensign Bagley camp, T. S. \v. V., of Pasadena will come over in a body. Stanton post, Bartlett Logan post, Kenesaw post, G. A. R., and Admiral Class camp, U. S. W. \\. of Los An geles will also attend in a body. Five hundred veterans of Southern Califor nia will be there to rally around Old Glory and celebrate the battle of Lex ington. The exercises will begin promptly at 7:30 with patriotic airs by ' the G. A. R. fife and drum corps, Com rade Hazeltine will be leader. Past Senior Vice Commander E. L. Head of I Roosevelt camp will act as toastmas [ ter. At S o'clock there will be a banquet, followed by a program, renewing al legiance to the Hag and obligations of the order. The program will be as fol lows: Address of welcome to G. A. R. and other guests. Commander W. R. Severance; response by Comrade Rev. Xii McClish of the G. A. R.: address, Captain A. A. Fries, f. S. A.; music, (!. A. R. fife and drum corps; address, Hon. Webster Davis; address, Hon. Lee c. Gates; song, "America," audience, led by Conrade Turner of the G. A. R. Roosevelt camp's commissary officer. T. C. Galbraith. past junior vice com mander, has charge of the banquet, and a big feed and smoker is assured. He will be assisted by a rally day commit tee Of which Comrade E. 11. McDon ald is chairman. All press representa '. tives are invited to come and join the j vets in a good time. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS Santa Monica lodge of Good Tem plars will have a Tag day Saturday, May 1, for the benefit of the Good Tom plars' Home for Orphans at Vallejo. The following is given out: "To be a homeless orphan is the only passport required at the portals of this home for orphans, and therefore the appeal for help at this time will be made to other* than members of tlvj < ;<>■ ni Templari' order. "Old floors are about worn out and new ones are needed at once, not only inside the main building, but also in the porches and the. play yard. "gome of the plumbing- must be re placed owing to long continued Use; the roof leaks and needs a thorough overhauling; and cement walks are ficn], d iii place of the (jld Insanitary hoard walks. "These are only the most urgent and most necessary of the proposed Im provements "Five thousand dollars is the amount needed dining the month of May, and having no funds the directors are :ip pealtng to all charitably inclined per sons for help." Members of Santa Monica lodge, T. <>. C. T.. will be active May 1 in can vassing the town with their tags. Tho tags will be neatly printed and bear m. picture of the home. Besides bring a desirable souvenir, the tHRs will admit the holder to an en tertainment which the members of the lodge will eive un Tuesday, May 4. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Captain William J. Os borne Is fast getting: his tram Into form, and there is Koine to be something "a dld-tng" by the oW prlie takers again if thete is a I drill competition this year. pa" Osborne has a team of almost all new men. but the way they are drilling and rounding into shape proves their ear neatness and their determination^ do their best. The boys don't want^ to see that big urn leave Golden State hall, and they nave made up their minds to k<D? 'c. W. Allen is congratulating himself over his victory at the meet- Ing last Wednesday night asi well as over the splendid success of his entei tainment the Wednesday night pre- VlFrank Reynolds says that the easiest thine that ever happened to him was being consul of Golden State camp. John Myers heartily supports that po sition and Is enjoying the fullness of I that blessing. the genial deputy, Jullen Herbelin, the .genial deputy, has been on the sick list for the past two weeks and has .been unable to at tend to his work properly; but now that he is about again there Will be something doing In the way of new candidates. He had ten new applica tions last Wednesday night, but that did not satisfy him, and he says that he will show a trick or two in the near The prizes that the clerk and deputy have secured for monthly distribution are beginning to stir up interest among the members, and there is likely to be a lively scramble for each monthly prize and a grand rush for the grand prize at the end o£ the contest. More comments in praise of the en tertainment given at our last social meeting than have been heard about any other entertainment that has been given by the camp for a long time, which goes to prove that that class of entertainment is highly. appreciated by the members. A trick of the types no doubt caused the Fraternalist to make the mistake of saying that Pacific camp No. 9262 was the largest camp of Modern Wood men of America In California, when m fact Golden State camp Is the largest camp of Woodmen in this state and is larger by more than a hundred mem bers than any other camp in the south west. But little errors like that will sometimes slip In, and nobody is really responsible for the mistake. Golden State camp is soon to have new by-laws that are expected to be a model of lodge rules, as a committee I representative of all the points or prin -1 ciples to be covered has been appointed to draft them. The committee con ) sists of one lawyer, one physician, one ! expert in lodge rules and one business i man, while the consul, who is an ar i chitect, will direct and supervise the ] construction. Neighbors George Francis and Percy ' Kemble will leave in a few days for a trip to their old home in England. Mrs. Francis will accompany them and they may visit Australia on their way back. | crossing the Pacific from there and ! thus complete the circuit of the globe. | May their voyage be a pleasant one. Neighbors George Tremper and Wil ! liam Wilkin of New York and J. J. C. I Daly of Casa Verdugo were visitors at I the camp (Ire last Wednesday night. j They said they were surprised to see ! such a great camp in the west, an.l ! were glad to find the boys such a jolly | set of fellows. The boys enjoyed the I speeches of the visitors, and hope they ; will all come back again. Neighbor A. B. Copper has charge of the program for the next social meet ing to be held May 5, and he gives as surance that he will not be outdone by any one in any essential feature, so all can look for a good program and Neighbor Burgess will make a trip to Santa Barbara and visit camps there and In that vicinity next week. CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS Angel City court No. 579, Catholic Order of Foresters, has moved its headquarters from St. Joseph's School hall, 1224 South Los Angeles street, to the Santee hall, corner Pico and Santee streets, where meetings will be held on the second and third Thursdays of each month, as usual. The court has decided upon Sunday, April 25, as the time for its members to make their ! Easter duty at St. Joseph's church, j coiner Twelfth and Los Angeles streets, at the 8 o'clock mass. The members will meet at the hall, corner Pico and Santee streets, at 7:30 a. m. and march to the church in a body. The good of the order committee, | composed of some of the most promi- I nent members of the court, will give a I May party dance on Saturday evening. May 1, at Santee hall, corner Pico and Santee streets. The committee will serve refreshments and the best of music will be furnished for the oc i casion. NATIVE SONS OF GOLDEN WEST At a meeting of the delegates from the Southern California parlors of the Native Sons of the Golden West, held in this city last week, Nathan P. Bun dy, a member of Sierra Madre parlor of this city, was chosen as the candi date for the office of grand trustee, to be fillNd by the grand parlor at the an nual session soon to be held in Marys ville. The parlors embracing the Southern California delegation are those of Ar rowhead. San Bernardino, Santa Bar bara, Cabrillo, Ventura, Santa Paula, Grizzly Bear, Long Beach, Santa Mon ica, Ramona, Corona, Sierra Madre and La Fiesta of this city. They were rep resented at the meeting by their regu larly elected delegates. Eugene Biscailuz presided at the meeting and Joseph Bellue acted as secretary. The delegates and many members of the fraternity will leav-3 here about April 25 for \he grand par lor at Maryivllle. FRATERNAL YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE Angelus council No. 617. Young Men's Institute, will celebrate Its first anni versary with a dame at Kramer's on Friday evening, April 30. The committee In charge of the affair is doing all in its power to make this a distinct social success. More than 600 invitations have been issued, and all indications point to the fact that this will be a big event in Catholic circles. Benjamin J. Lautsky's orchestra of six pieces has been engaged, refresh ments will be served, a handsome sou venir program will be issued, and the hall will be beautifully decorated. The committee in charge of the affair con sists of K. B. Hennessy, chairman; C. H. Coffey, John Joseph Haley, Jr., Frank Fitzgerald, Leo Franke, P. Cal lahun and R. Kelly. WANTED—The Herald company will pay ten centu per copy up to ten copies each for Heralds of the dates of October ». IMB. «nd October 27. 1908. Deliver to ashlar In Htrald ifflee. 134 Kouth Broadway. Dr. Wells, Osteopath. lIUVi 8. Spring. THE FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Highland Park lodge No. 591 entertained about 100 guests at Its open meeting Monday evening, April 5, with dancing and refresh ments. Incidentally the mock marriage ceremony. originated by the organizer, was performed, joining together in the "woolly bfonde of padlock" Mr. Hul derlne Gasoline Feminine Jones to Miss Hequlna Angelina Snitthers. As the proceslloa was ready to start the six foot-thiee policeman who patrols the beat on Pasadena avenue was Impor tuned to lead off the procession and the effect was spectacular. Westgate No. 516 Is devoting its spare time to entertainments of highly re fined character. The dramatic club produced its third play on Tuesday evening, April 13, which wus, as usual, a success. Sunshine No. 448. having previously had the mock marriage, it seemed quite appropriate to trump up a charge of breach of promise against the poor man who stood for Mr. Jones, conse quently a presumptively jilted little lady brought suit for $20,000 damages. Six students from the law department of the University of Southern California handled the case admirably. It was truly instructive and full of good, rich humor. Vincent Morgan acted as judge, nnd Brother Harrold performed the duties of clerk. D. H. Allen and H. J. Bauer acted as prosecuting attor neys, while J. L. Richardson, A. J. Hill and D. M. Hunsaker were defendant's attorneys. Sunshine is going to have a calendar printed and the details will tell of events three months in ad vance. lloyal California No. 490 gave a bene fit to Its escort team at the April open meeting:, conditioned in this way: The surplus after paying expenses is to rest in the treasury to the credit of the members to be drawn by them in case they go to Seattle as a team. The young Indies made a profit of inure than $25. An hour"s rest from dancing was taken while Brother Simons, as attorney for the defense, and Captain Underwood, as prosecuting attorney, tried a jury of six ladies for being un qualified to serve in a divorce proceed ing. It was very entertaining and amusing. Golden Eagle No. 174 has changed the night and the hall for Its meetings. It meets now on Friday night at Bloomburg's hall, corner of Griffith ave nue and Washington street. The team has reorganized, and under the captain cy of Sister Millhouse will surely pros per. The Seattle desire has not taken hold of it yet. The escort team of Los Angeles No. 1 has issued invitations for a challenge drill and dance to be given April 21 for a wager of $100. It will be given at Rutherford's Palm gardens, Eighteenth find Main streets. Refreshments will be served free during the entire evening. Boyle Heights lodge No. 249 has plans under way for a big social entertain ment and dance at Korbel hall, First and State streets, on Thursday evening. May 6. Refreshments and prizes are included in the program. Enthusiasm is Increasing in Hermosa lodge No. 32 under the plan of placing the entertainment in the hands of a different committee every meeting night. Nobody can shirk, and the way to keep people interested Is to give them something 'to do. The twelfth anniversary of this monster organization of 1000 men of La Grande lodge took place last Fri day evening, when 300 sat down to a delightful repast prepared under the skilled superintendence of Brother Whltesell. Harvey Clement was toast master and his first call was upon Brother N. J. Reed,. the new lodgo organizer, who spoke on the subject, "Fraternity." He drew a graphic pic ture of the condition of loved ones un provided for and appealed to every member to do his fraternal duty to others and bring them into the fold. He contrasted the state of the order today with the condition five years ago and attributed to President Foshay great credit in bringing it upon such a firm foundation; he also compliment ed Brother Davis on his excellent work. Brother Post spoke of the vast ex tent of the order flourishing in the various states of the Union and foreign countries. C. E. Bly, past president of the lodge, made a few interesting re marks. H. V. Davis, supreme secretary, spoke on "T!#^ Absent One" and read the names of the members of the lodge who had died since its organiza tion. George L. Kiefer, who for six years was president of the lodge and charter member, recalled the characters of some of the worthy brothers who had passed over the bar. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La Fiesta camp had a large • attendance last Monday night, the occa sion being the initiation of a class of candidates and a reception to Hon. J. P. Transue, one of the past consul commanders of the camp, who has returned from his labors in the state legislature at Sac ramento. The candidates were Initiat ed by the now famous degree team of the camp, and scarcely ever has the work been more perfect than upon this occasion. This team has been Invited to confer the Joseph degree upon the class of candidates at the big initia tion May 1. The address of welcome to Mr. Transue was delivered by Past Head Consul Foley, who briefly re viewed the work of the distinguished guest as a Woodman. Mr. Transue made an eloquent response and gave a resume of the laws enacted at Sacra mento affecting Southern California. Mr. Transue renewed his allegiance to Woodcraft and extolled the beauties of th« order and was interrupted many times by generous applause. Eastlake camp No. 530 entertained the officers and team of La Fiesta last Tuesday night and the largest gath ering seen at Eastlake this year was in attendance. There were two can didates initiated and several applica tions received. Eastlake camp Is fa mous for its assistance to worthy neighbors in distress, and night after night the report of the sick committee Is listened to and the members all re joice at their ability to render aid when needed. Several hundred dollars yearly are paid out by this camp In relieving sickness and distress. The team of Eastlake camp has been re quested to put on the protection de gree at the mammoth initiation at Mercantile- place the first of next month. Los Angeles camp will entertain the various camps of the city on Thursday night, April 29, at which time there will be boxing contests and some mu sical imitations by Fred Pfennig, the Dutch musical wonder of La Fiesta camp. The orchestra of La Fiesta will also be in attendance. At the last meeting of La Fiesta that camp de cided to Join hands with Los Angeles camp and help secure new applica tions. Big returns are expected dur ing the next thirty days. The union entertainment will be held at the hall of Eastlake camp on Tues. A Baldwin Refrigerator s^|pl| \, Can you afford to, be without one? ; ! ,' m , . '_, :,' I ' JAMES ;W. HELLMAN : 'Z % v 917-23 So. Spring St. [j v \ SANITARIUMS AND MINERAL BATHS The Home Sanitarium RATES $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP We offer a prlie of $25 for the first boy and $25 'for , the . first girl born In our Sani tarium, i Our rates Include private room, board and nurse. ' ' FIFTY-SIXTH AND CENTRAL AVENUE > Phono 29365. , ' v Los Angeles. 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Cabrillo, daily service to Santa Catalina Island Free Camp Grounds with Water Extra Trip Saturday Evenings via Pacific Electric 5 p. m. Train. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles. v ' -' "■ PHONKB: Main 449 i. F6r.7fi. -■ CAFE BRISTOL A delightful plaoe to dine. Perfect ap polntmpnta. menu and service. Good music by the Bristol Orchestra. Entire BMement H. W. Hellman Bldg., 4th and Spring 7Zn CHICKEN <y^C Out Dinner Sunday QU\> YERRKS 121 SOUTH BROADWAY i Opposite Chamber of Commerce day night, April 27. The famous Price minstrels will" be in attendance and their songs and Jokes will be new and entertaining. Dancing will conclude the program. This entertainment will be given under the auspices of the camps and circles in Los Angeles and every member of the Woodmen of the World and Women of Woodcraft Is at liberty to bring friends of both sexes. Vernon camp is planning a big free entertainment consisting of athletli exercises and contests, interspersed with musical selections by the camp orchestra under the <iirf <'*'on ,^ "f Neighbor C. B. Marlow. next Wednes day night at 4414 Central avenue. During the evening T. Clinton Yea c. head adviser and organizer of the Woodmen of the World, will give a synopsis of the good work being done in the Imperial valley by the order. Organizer G. E. Stretch will Inform the membership of the progress and latest phases of the present campaign. There will be no other speakers on this oc following program will start at R o'clock: Selections, orchestra; musi cal melange, Introducing the brass flageolet, ocerino and the monolin or one-string fiddle; Indian clubs and dumb-bells, pupils of John Ritchie. Masters Young and Wilson: "^cUon. j F Frising, mandolin, and C apt. Vk. P Rogers, banjo; fencing. Capt. J. tt Gregg and Sergt. Bergelln: four-round contest, Masters Albert Miller _ vs Roy Thompson, better known as the box ing midgets:" "The Miller and the Bwee™" ten-round contest between fohnny Wickstrom and Harry Chap man, clerk Vernon camp, "Every hit tells;" six-round contest,H. A. .Jock vs Tommy O'Bren; G. W. Davis vs. C C mvis: the Mitchell brothers. Kenneth Jones vs. Unknown; finale, two professional boxers. All members are requested to be nresent early with their friends. For TnformaUon apply to R. G. Thompson or M. P. Richey. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Los Angeles council,] No. 737, Knights and La-' dies of Security, is one of | the prominent fraternal 'orders of the city and one; of the most popular, i Having no sooner closed; one contest for members > than It opened another, i allowing no time to lag. The "blues" being the winners in the last contest.. the "reds" will set 'em up shortly. The captains of the new contest are; Sisters Victoria Smith and Elsie Se-j bastlan. , . . This spirit of friendly rivalry Is being enacted throughout the order, which is. engaged in breaking its record. Al ready this year it has secured a lead of about 2000 over the corresponding time of last year. The current year will exceed 30,000. Tbe order is popular with all classes of people, because it has a Just and equitable reserve fund and admits both sexes on an equality. One of its i special features is a thorough and care- j ful medical examination, and by the | scaling process during the first twoj years protects against imposition. It admits both beneficiary and social, members- but social members mustj have blood relatives already in the or^l der. All members of Los Angeles council pay 25 cents upon the death of a mem- I ber, and $100 burial fund is a special feature of this council. Another special feature of the coun cil is its open meeting nights, which! are on the second Thursday of each i month and on the fifth Thursday whenever it occurs in a month. Mrs Emma B. Chase Is the honored president and Mrs. Eleanor J. Neal of 626 East Adams street is the local dep- | uty who looks after the welfare of each m juanlta council No. 1541 has shown much improvement since its change of meeting place to the commodious, well lighted and ventilated hall at Mercan tile place The success attending the efforts of the officers and members for the good of the order has been very encouraging. i^ The meeting of the council next Fri day night bids fair to be one of great interest to the members. Twenty-five candidates will be Initiated. The of ficers of 737 have been Invited to per form-the ceremony. All members are cordially invited to participate In the festivities. A pro gram will be rendered, followed by dancing. Refreshments will be served. Including an immense cake donated by Sister Moyer. Dr. WelU. Otteopatb. 119V4 8. Spring. PART 11 1011 TUX rSHg M~ST , Gks early and late and often and all tb» time whtn you are hungry to LEVY'S CAFE K. W. 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