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   W. A. RUSSELL, GENERAL PASSENCGR AGENT

 
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OFFICIAL SOUVENIR



PROGRAM



THIRTY- FIFTH



ANNUAL



SESSION



               IMPERIAL COUNCIL


ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER, NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE



LOUISVILLE,



KENTUCKY



JUQJNE, 1909



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             HEN the Louisville meeting of 1909 shall have
  Wl T       passed, Shrinedom's history will be a page
    N V          longer. How rich will be that page, must be
                 proved by the historian. Verily, the forecast
                 is attractive.
                    The chronicler is going to be the event
                 itself. The handler of parts of speech and
rounded phrase will be only the associate historian. The events
of the week of June 7 will record themselves with automatic
faithfulness as to importance of detail on memory's parchment
for all those who participate in them.
   Be it understood, therefore, that this volume is not a history.
It is naught more nor a whit less than a forecast, an annal and
a nourishment to memory.
   So well laid have been the plans for thee thirty-fifth annual
session of the Imperial, Council and attendant festivities, that in
making the forecast the annal, too, is written. Where greater
power than human control fails to enter, events soon will have
taken place as they are now foreshadowed. Then its third and
greatest function is entered upon by this Book, and its pages be-
come reminders of fine facts and pleasing fancies.



   There is much to tell, and some of it about the look itself.
Many months and much work was the sentence passel by Kosair
Temple on the Executive Committee to which it entrusted ar-
rangements for the annual session of 1909. The program for
Shrine week is direct evidence as to that. Then, too, the Execu-
tive Committee assigned itself many duties. One of there was
the issuance of this Book.
   "Let the Official Souvenir Program be worthy of the occa-
sion," was the sentiment. Thereupon the "Program Mlan" ad-
vanced upon the Executive Committee. lie came neither with
diffidence nor in the singular. His paucity of ideas and sugges-
tions was no more in obscurity than his persistence and his in-
sistence.
   "If the Official Souvenir Program is to be as it should be, it
must be of our own makin7," was the next sentiment. And
straightway from its own membership the Executive Committee
appointed a Program Committee, the members of which were
Nobles George D. Young, David B. G. Rose and the Secretary of
the Executive Committee.
   Thereupon, it followed that the promise was spread broadcast
that the Official Souvenir Program of the Thirty-fifth Annual



 
























































   GEt). IL. STREET
Iperial Dlep..ty Potentate



EDWIN 1. ALDERMAN
  Imperial Potentate



FRED A. HINES
Imperiat Chief Rabban



BSNJ. W. ROWELI.
Imperial Recorder



  J. FRANK TREAT
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    WM. J. CUNNINGHAM
 Itmperial High Priest and Prophet
    FREDERICK R. SMITH
tnperiat Second Ceremonial Matter



HENRY F. NEIL)RINGHAI S. JA.
  Imperial Captain of the Goiarct
      WM. S. BROWN
      Imperial Treasurer



J. PUTNAM STEVENS
   Inpetiat Mar-shal
   WM. W. IRWIN
Imperial Oriental Guide



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     JACOB T1 BAR RON
Imperial F'irst Cerenoniat .laster
   CHIAS. E. (IVEN.SHIRF
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Session of the Imperial Council would be published under the
auspices of the Executive Committee.
   That promise now is fulfilled.
   The Shriner and the Shriner's dearly beloved "unregenerated"
brother have alike contributed to the success of the Book. In its
trinity of virtues as a forecast and an annal and a reminder, it
also carries with it commercial announcements not a fraction in-
ferior in their importance to any other of its contents. The Sec-
retary of the Executive Committee came in contact either per-
sonally or by correspondence with every interest represented in
the pages which follow, and this experience was the real pleasure
of his services in connection with the Book. It is to these con-
cerns that the Executive Committee owes most of its success in
the effort to make a volume "worthy of the occasion." It is to



these concerns also that the recipients of the volume are intro-
duced, with the conviction on the part of the Bookmakers that
the acquaintanceship on both sides will be splendidly agreeable.
   The personal thanks of the Secretary must be given here to
the members of the Executive Committee and to Nobles gen-
erally. In both committee work and duties connected with the
publication of this Book, assistance and co-operation have come
spontaneously and fraternally to a degree that has made an ever-
lasting impression on the heart of the Secretary.




                     Secretary Executive Committee,
                          Director Official Souvenir Program.



 




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LOUISVILLE



             BIG hand with "lIowdy" in its palm is the first
    s    ;     thing visitors will behold when they come to
            the T'hirty-fifth Annual Session of the Imperial
                 Coulcil, and the festivities in connection there-
                 with on June 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1909. That is the
                 Louisville spirit. The hand will be a colossal
                 one. It will be wide open. It will be warmed
by electric lamps, spelling the word of cheer and welcome,
"llow(lv."
   Back of that hand there is just as big a heart, and one just as
warm. The heart is so big it is everywhere. It won't be seen,
but it will be felt. That, too, is Louisville spirit.
   There is only one Louisville. Here it is, at the Falls of the
Ohio. It is a big community, with nearly 300,000 persons. All
of the advantages and attractions of a progressive American city
are here. And then there is something added. It is easier to say
"Howdy" here than it is to say "Good-bye."
   Louisville is a city of hearthstones. In this fact lies the secret
of the big-hand and big-heart spirit. There are more homes here



than in any city of the size in the country. Once it was said that
a man with 50,000 would invest 10,000 of it in his business
and the remaining 40,000 in his home. When one gazes upon
the great and flourishing industries interwoven through the cen-
ter of Kentucky's metropolis and skirting its edges, this state-
ment may be received with doubt, but the fact remains that Louis-
ville is the home champion's paradise. Broad and well-shaded
avenues, lined with hundreds of comfortable residences, big and
commodious apartment houses, block after block of cozy and well-
kept cottages, together with suburban places innumerable, attest
the truth of the statement that the home spirit is probably more
firmly imbeded in the hearts of Louisvillians than in any other
city in the United States.
   It is well to lapse into a few details. Not only is Louisville
an ideal place in which to live, but it is a good place to make a
living. The climate is just right, without the excessively high
temperatures of the semi-tropical cities, and minus the long and
rigorous winters of the extreme North.
   Louisville was dubbed by President Roosevelt the "Gateway



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of the North and South." The city is within forty miles of the
center of population of the United States. There is not a more
accessible community in the entire land. Ten lines of railway,
with numerous interurban arteries of travel, make it easy to come
to Louisville and as easy to get away-provided that rare inclina-
tion seizes one after once here. By reason of its many railroads
and its location on the Ohio River, the transportation facilities of
the city are exceptional. Its shipping advantages are probably
not equaled by any city of the size in the entire country.



   Factories are offered five years' exemption from taxation.
The present city tax rate is 1.75. Labor difficulties are so rare
that they are almost unknown.
   Louisville is the second largest and most important city south
of the Mason and Dixon line. It has three miles of wharfage.
There are 75,000 buildings in the city and 256 churches of all
denominations. There are approximately 200 miles of paved
streets and nearly 175 miles of street car trackage. Fifteen banks,
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the financial institutions. The total taxable property is 173,-
000,000. There is now practically completed a new filter plant,



which has cost upward of 3,000,000. A new sewerage system,
costing 4,000,000, is being added. There are 1,587 acres of park
tract, with connecting boulevards. The city's magnificent free
public library has five branches. Forty-two clubs give some in-
dication of the social life of the city. Here are located also head-
quarters of many and branches of all fraternal orders.
   In an educational way, Louisville takes high rank. It has
five high schools, two normal or training schools, fifty-four ele-
mentary schools,.one university, eight branches of State univer-
sities, and several special schools. It is the center of medical ed-
ucation, with schools of this class attaining national reputation.
Here are located the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and
the Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The Lincoln Institute,
for the practical training of negro youth, will shortly be added to
the long list of educational institutions. The establishment of
this school will represent an outlay of over 400,000, and the in-
stitution is expected to become the foremost one of its kind in the
entire country.
   The city stores and shops are equal to the best in the land It
has big and commodious office buildings, and all of them well
filled. Its hotel accommodations are the equal of any city of the
size, and are bigger and better than those enjoyed by most cities.
   And with all the things great and good of which Louisville
can now boast, it continues to grow, and grow rapidly.
   Now to return to the big heart-and-hand idea. This is dis-



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tinctively a convention city. The reason for this may be found in
some of the facts already stated. It is the only city in the cotin-
try that has had the honor of entertaining both the Confederate
Veterans' Reunion and the Reunion of the Grand Army of the
Republic. The International Sunday-School Convention has met
here. Louisville has entertained tens of thousands during the
Home-Coming Week. The Knights Templar have come in triennial
conclave. A biennial encampment of the Knights of Pythias has
been entertained here. The National Travelers' Protective Asso.



ciation has honored the city with one of its conventions, and one
big gathering after another has at some time added a page to the
city's history. It has now come to the time when scarcely a
month passes but it takes with it the report of some national con-
vention held here.
   Among all of these meetings, it is believed and hoped, many
will record as biggest and best the annual gathering of the Ancient
Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, the program for
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       Temples from the east, west, north and south-can, by
   little enquiry, ascertain that this busy Pioneer department store
   has, for many a long year, been en-SHRINED in the hearts
   of the trading masses.
   q Across the burning sands of necessity, into the land of value-
   giving, of which this store is the MECCA-does not necessitate
   a long journey bestride a camel, or demand extensive prepar-
   ation.  Right at your very door this establishment with its
   comprehensive stocks, and corps of courteous eniployes-bids
   you welcome.
   q No matter HOW careful, SOMETHING was doubtless for-
   gotten, SOMETHING is needed, and that something is HERE,
   at a price most moderate.
   q ARE YOU A MASON and DID YOU GET IT AT HER.
   MAN STRAUS  SONS CO'S-are two expressions that are
   heard everywhere during this annual session. The honor of
   your personal inspection of this store is invited, and our
   every facility is " at your service."
   q OUR DAYLIGHT RESTAURANT-third floor--will doubt-
   less have its attractions to those who-tired from shopping and
   sight seeing--wish to partake of wholesome food, and dine under
   pleasant, quiet, well appointed surroundings.




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       OFFICIAL PROGRAM





                     MONDAY, JUNE 7

                               MORNING.

     Reception of visiting Nobles and escort of Patrols to Headquarters.
     Each incoming Patrol will be met on arrival at the railroad station by a detail
from the Parade and Escort Committee, and will be escorted to the Headquarters it
will occupy while in Louisville. A special escort will meet the Imperial Potentate and
party and march from the railroad station to the Seelbach Hotel, Headquarters of the
Imperial Divan, behind a band.

                             AFTERNOON.

     2 O'Clock-Excursions on the Ohio River. Steamers Sunshine, Columbia and
Hiawatha will leave wharf at foot of First street for a journey of twelve miles up the
beautiful Ohio. Refreshments will be served en voyage. Each boat will be provided



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with a band, and a special entertainment has been arranged for the enjoyment of the
passengers on each boat.

                                  EVENING.

     8 O'Clock-Reception at the Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home, Second
street, near Avery (take Second-street cars). Formal welcome to all visitors. Drills
by the "Little Patrol" and "Girls' Patrol." Musical program by Natiello's Band and
Lu Lu Temple Band. Chorus of 300 children of the Home. Japanese supper. The
spacious lawn about the building will be beautifully illuminated for the evening.



                      TUESDAY, JUNE 8

                                  MORNING.

     9:30 O'Clock-Electrical pilgrimage of Louisville and suburbs on trolley cars.
Start from Interurban Station, Jefferson street, between Third and Fourth. Each car
will be in charge of members of Kosair Temple, who will point out objects of interest
along the entire journey.
     9:45 O'Clock-Escort of the Imperial Divan from the Seelbach Hotel to the First
Regiment Armory. This escort will be headed by a band and will be composed of the



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following Kentucky Patrols: Kosair, of Louisville; Oleika, of Lexington; El Hasa, of
Ashland; Rizpah, of Madisonville.
      10 O'Clock-First session of the Imperial Council in the First Regiment Armory.
Address of welcome on behalf of the City of Louisville by the Hon. James F. Grinstead,
Mayor. Address of welcome on behalf of the State of Kentucky by the Hon. Augustus
E. Willson, Governor. Response by the Hon. Edwin I. Alderman, Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
Imperial Potentate.
      Adjournment of the Imperial Council to Scottish Rite Cathedral, Sixth and Wal-
nut streets, where business sessions of the body will be held.


                                 AFTERNOON.

     2 O'Clock-Luncheon for the Imperial Council.
     3 to 5 O'Clock-Exhibition drills of Patrols in the First Regiment Armory.
     Drill by Ladies' Patrols.


                                   EVENING.

     7:30 O'Clock-Mammoth parade of all visiting Patrols and Nobles, with brilliant
electric illuminations and fireworks along the line of march. It is estimated that 10,000
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appear among the marchers. Every energy has been bent on making it the greatest
pageant ever witnessed by the Nobles.
      ROUTE OF PARADE.-Patrols and Nobles will assemble on Broadway and
intersecting streets, between Floyd and Second streets. Head of column formed at
Second and Broadway. Route of parade leads west on Broadway to Eighth street;
counter march on Broadway from Eighth street to Fourth avenue; Fourth avenue to
Chestnut street; Chestnut street to Second street; Second street to Walnut street; Wal-
nut street to Third street; Third street to Jefferson street; Jefferson street to Second
street; Second street to Market street; Market street to Brook street; Brook street to
Main street; Main street to Seventh street; Seventh street to Jefferson street; Jefferson
street to Fifth street; Fifth street to Market street; Market street to Fourth avenue;
Fourth avenue to Walnut street; Walnut street to Sixth street; Sixth street to Scottish
Rite Cathedral and disband.


                  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9

                                  MORNING.

     10 O'Clock-Continuation of exhibition drills in the First Regiment Armory.
     10 O'Clock-Automobile tour for the visiting ladies. Motor cars will be as-
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streets, and from there a start will be made for a tour of the city and its parks.. All
ladies accompanying Nobles are urged to take advantage of this opportunity to see
Beautiful Louisville. Members of the Ladies' Committee will meet visitors at the
starting point.
      10 O'Clock-Second day's session of the Imperial Council in the Scottish Rite
Cathedral, Sixth and Walnut streets.


                                 AFTERNOON.

      4 O'Clock-Regimental parade and review of all Patrols at the New Louisville
Jockey Club Park (take Fourth-avenue cars).
      Followed by concert of mobilized bands, including all local and foreign musical
organizations in Louisville at that time. The mammoth concert will be under the direc-
tion of Sig. Ernesto Natiello.
      6 O'Clock-Special reception and entertainment for members of Patrols.


                                   EVENING.

     8 O'Clock-Southern Colored Jubilee Festival at the First Regiment Armory.
This function will be participated in by 300 negroes. Plantation melodies and old-time
songs will be sung, and the performance will conclude with a mammoth cake-walk.



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                    THURSDAY, JUNE 10

                                   MORNING.

      10 O'Clock-Visits to the various commercial industries of the city. Open house
will be kept by them, and a special entertainment will be arranged and refreshments
will be served. Nobles and ladies participating in this entertainment will assemble at
the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company, Main street, between Ninth and Tenth
streets.
                                 AFTERNOON.

     3 O'Clock-Grand spectacular, open-air drama, "The Attack on Fort Boonesboro,"
at Cherokee Park (take East Broadway or East Walnut-street cars). This should prove
one of the most interesting features of the week. A faithful reproduction will be given
of the famous engagement between Daniel Boone and his fellow pioneers and band