Last Monday evening the Knights of ythias turnecl out in full force, the ccasion being the thirtieth anniverary of the founding of the order. After the initiatiou of Messrs. Bumey, Russeli, Bordeaux, Curtiss.Beggs, ohnson, and Wells into the mysteries f the rank of Page, and Messrs. ooper, Rayer, and Lamor into the ank of Esquire, the Knights. with the ewly initiated members adjourned to he Cook House, where they did justice ;o the sumptuous repast prepared for hem by Landlord McClure. The banuet over, genial Chaneellor Commaner Rose, whoofflciated as toast-master, dlled on various members of the order o respond to impromptu toasts, which ïey did in a most creditable manner. n the course of their remarks the members dwelt on the past history of ie order, its beneflcient purpose, its wonderful growth and consequent reater influence for good. At 2 a. m. ie Chaneellor Commander dispersed ie assembly and those present departïg for their separate homes, feit that ie evening had been most profitably sent inasmuch as it had combined leasure with the more serious probems of social lite and had left them ie better for it.