W E Lovdal, 1 Feb 1900, woodland Daily Demo, pg 1, col 4, NATIVE SONS
NATIVE SONS. reposition of Sacramento Operatic Society Rejected. The Native Sons hold a rogn'ar meet- ng in Masonic Hatl Wednesday even- ng. Tho attendance waa unusually arge. The proposition to invite the Mary«- lllo, Oroville, Chlco, Winters and 8ac- ameuto parlora to a " high jinka " to o .given by the local parlor was die- ua^ed and favorable action was taken, "he members of the Hyrugeon degree earn will have charge of the reception f the visitors, who are expected to lumber about 200. A committee com- OBoU of M, Zlrker, M. 0. Reefer and v. T. Lampion will have charge of the ianquet and U. Gable, U. Simmons nd Dr. Morris were appointed a com- uittee to arrange «u entertainment. W, K, Lovdal, representing the Sao- amonto Operatic Cooiety, was present nd submitted a definite proposition iu egard to presenting Gilbert A Sulll- •an's comic opera, " Piratea oi Penance," Penance," in this city under the anapices >f the parlor. Alter fully considering be matter the parlor decided to reject he proposition, aa the expenses of nging the company here would be oo great and would probably result in a inancial loss. M. 0. Keefer was appointed an official Collector. Ho will also make it hie msiness to notify negligent members hat they ore in arrears.