William M Friess, Jefferson Benevolent Assoc. Secretary
A JEFFERSON BANQUET. Jt Progressive Benevolent Ao - ' elation Celebrates. The Jefferson Benevolent Association Is one of the progressive social organiza tions. Yesterday it ceieDratea us annum meeting by a parade through the streets and then took the cars lor Viest r.na. The line was formed and tbe members headed bv their officers and a brass baud, marched to the extreme end of that famous summer resort to Monpat a restau rant, where they sat down to a sumptuous l.nnnnet. which was most artistically spread. After the diners had satisfied their appetites ana the wine was nowing nnmhar nt wtttv sneeches were made. The arrangement commUtee couslsted of Messrs. George v agner, ciiairniuu; v i. - 11am M. Friess, J. P. Johnson, Louis Her mann, 1 nomas naie, weorge niiKiie, ii - liam HoUnes. V. A. Thomas, John Bives and josepn iioscamejtr. The officers of the association are: H r II a u..n crui nrctilen x t J. I Johnson V . uaaoviiev) , - - vice president; William M - Friess, re - . . . . tii. 1 1 x . . r i n .. i coraing secreiarj , x un a. iyutri, nuanciai secretary; Adam Mock, assistant secre - t - avv IX T Sol And treasurer: John Breaiix, sergeaui - at - arms; jouu v. r.rusi. The Jeflrsoii Benevolent Association is ....... n - .aml f xajtr)i I n tnnon " i r - . and kilixf. ness men, and when they take an outing . , i . i .i I - tuey snow now iu eujoj iiieuiseives. oct - retary. Friess was very efficient yesterday comfort of guests and members.