HEAR GRAND MASTER, EDITOR IN MASONIC ASSEMBLY The Louisville Masons, who assembled in the Pythian Building Sunday afternoon received a rich oratorical treat. B.H. Larke, president of the Prosperity Workers of the Masons and Eastern Star, called the meeting to order.
Prof. Wm. H. Perry, Sr., the Grand Master of Kentucky presented John Wesley Dobbs, Grand Master of the Masons of Georgia and editor of the Masonic Review, the guest speaker. For over an hour Grand Master Dobbs held the close attention of his hearers. Among other things he said, "The Home, God's Church, the School House and the Masonic Lodge are the four things that built the world."
Mr. Dobbs stated that the Grand Lodge of England had not only granted a charter to Prince Hall of Boston but also to Negro lodges in Antigna and Trinidad B. W. I. and Accra, Gold Coast, Africa. And then he launched forth in an inspirational address which was vigorously applauded.
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GETS 17 YEARS IN STABBING George Davis, 30 years old, 556 West St., pled guilty to a charge of voluntary manslaughter and was given 17 years in the penitentiary Monday in Criminal Court. Davis was arrested for fatally stabbing with an ice pick Berry B. Isham, 40, of 2933 W. Walnut while they argued about a woman friend.
TALENTED YOUNG PIANIST IN 4. K. A. RECITAL