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A Lively Week, With Plenty
Several Wedrthifrs of Consider
The Turners and Turn Schwestern
Musical Events in Several Places-Recep
tions Here and Elsewhere.
I |fj ,
Miss Clara Carran gave a progressive
euchre party on Monday evening last.
The Cooking Club took an equestrian
trip through the country last Monday.
The Siinpsonians met Friday evening
at the residence of Key. A. ('. Williams,
for their semi-monthly social.
The German Ladies' Benevolent So
ciety will give an exhibition of Pinafore
at Turn Verein hall on April 7th.
The next meeting of the Outing Club
takes place at the residence of Miss
Chanslor, No. 1.100 West Tenth street,
The marriage of Miss Lilian Bowers,
one of the teachers in the Sand-street
school, to John Norton, secretary oi the
Union League, will take place Wednes
On Thursday the wedding of Miss
Ruth C. Barbour and Albert G. Judson
took place at Prospect park. The cere
mony was performed by Key. 11. C.
Bristol, in the presence of the relatives
and friends of both pat ties. The happy
collide left for San Francisco the same
Miss Lily A. Buckingham gave a pro
gressive euchre party Friday evening at
her home, No. 325 Union avenue. Will
Collins won tbe first prize and Miss
Tiny Clark the reward of consolation.
Among the guests were Misses May Ben
nett, Tiny ("lark, Blanche Shaw, and
Will Collins, Charles Irwin, WillMooney
and Frank M. Irwin.
On Monday evening of next week an
entertainment will be given at the First
Congregational church. Among those
who are assigned places on the pro
gramme are Messrs. Nay, Leho, Maybin
and Wallace, Mrs. Taggart, Prof. Arev
alo. Prof. Parker, Mrs. Owens, Mr. Mc-
Quillen, Miss Berger, Signor Muriini, 11.
E. Hamilton, Mrs. M. Perry-Davis and
On Thursday evening Angel C'itv
Dancing Clnb gave a party at 612 South
Spring street. A large number of in
vited guests were present, and the fol
lowing committeemen aided In making
the affair a success: (i. P. Huffbrd, J.
T. Wilson, tl. H. Beers, K. Rosinssen,
A. A. Peck, A. A. Gfast, P. J. Richardß,
T. N. Avery, W. R. Houston, W. R.
Hunter, Jr.', J. M. McClelland, <i. F.
Prince, C. T. Hall, C. Green and W. <i.
Tlie Charming Clnh announces three
dramatic and poetic recitals by Mrs.
Ivouise Humpfarer*fj™ftrh to b« gUna vi
Unity church on Tuesday evening, April
1; Thursday evening, April 3, and Mon
day evening, April 7. Vocal selections
will he given by the Nomos Quartette —
Miss L. Breed, Mrs. J. s. Owens, Mrs.
('. B. Parsons and Mrs. L. F. Scott. The
soloists will be Mrs. Maude Perrv-Davis
and Mrs. J. W. Hendricks.
Pomona Tennis Clnb,
The young people of the Pomona
Lawn-Tennis Club entertained their
l'riends at a party given in Company D
armory Friday evening. About fifty in
vitations hail been issued. The liall was
prettily decorated with flowers and
bunting, and the floor made ready for
dancing. The early part of the evening
was spent in a reception, and then a brief
programme of dances followed.
The Chesterfield Club,
The Chesterfield Club gave one of its
pleasant parties Friday evening in the
Assembly hall of the Hollenbeck. Among
those present were Miss Tufts, Miss
Stout, Miss Rawlings, Miss Chanslor,
Miss Henderson, Miss Dupuy, Miss Jor
dan, Miss Kurt/, Miss Hanna, Miss Lena
Forrester, Miss Carran, Mr. and Mrs.
Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, Mr. and
Mrs. Onalfant, Mr. and Mrs. Chase, and
Messrs. Notman, Forrester, Hall, Cosby,
Steekel, Tufts, Hellman, Collins, Allen,
Nordinger, Off and Bush.
Acacia Chapter Reception.
The first public reception of Acacia
Chapter No. 21, took place on Saturday
evening of last week at Masonic Temple.
After the entertainment, in which Mrs.
M. J, Parker, Ixmise Scott, Cora Wise,
C. D. Mclntyre, Mrs. Seholes, Miss Mil
dred Kingsley, Miss Baker, Mr. Llewel
lyn, Tom Barnes, Dr. F. Fowler and J.
W. Llewellyn took part, dancing con
cluded thrievening. The committee in
charge was composed of the following:
Helen A. Chancy, Nellie Getchell, Cora
W. Getehelt, Eliza Brooks, Jessie F.
Pease, Grace G. Pease, L. J. Lewellvn,
. J. W. Long and W. H. White.
On Thursday evening, at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hodge, Miss
Rebecca Hodge was married to Harry
E. Rogers by Rev. Mr. Warring
ton. Miss Katie Hodge and Mr.
Collette acted as bridesmaid ami grooms
man. The following guests were pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. J. Hodge, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Boehme, the Misses Kate,
Eva, Sallie, Jennie and Laura, sisters of
the bride, and her brothers, Jacob and
Wallace, Mr. Collette, Mr. and Mrs.
Tierney, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Fisher, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Myers, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Carpenter, Miss Agnes Collins and Kent
Summerfield, Mr. W. W. Jackson and
Mrs. S. McDonald, Mrs. George Boehme,
Mme. Voron, Mrs. Mohen and her son,
John Mohen, Mrs. Anderson, Rev. Mr.
Warrington, Miss Lee and O. Scott and
Miss Emma Volkman.
A Musical Evening.
On Thursday evening a musicale was
given at the Bellevue Terrace. Those
who furnished music were Miss Lizzie
Kimball, Mrs. Bell, Dr. Fowler, Mrs.
West, Miss Quincey, Mr. Brenner, Miss
Hayes and Mrs. J. S. Owens. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Knight and Mr. md Mrs. R. H. South
gate, of Worcester, Mass.; Mrs. R. H.
West, of Brooklyn; Mr. and Miss See
berger, Mr. and "Mrs. Brealy, Miss Ma
honev, of Campoj Miss Verden, of Fall
Brook ; Miss Davidson, of San Diego;
THE LOS ANGELE& HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAREH 23, 1890.
Miss Jeffrie Irwin, Miss Lillie Irwin,
Miss Fairfield, Minn Ingram, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Higgins, Howard <rates,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flint, Miss Murphy,
Miss Kimball, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs.
Clark and Mrs. Tavlor, of Cincinnati;
Dr. and Mrs. Edmunds, Mrs. Hammond,
Miss Hoyt, Mrs. Ellis, Miss Cockins,
Miss Maxwell. Miss Crepin, Miss Hynes,
Miss Emma Hynes. Mr. Watson and
brother".' Miss Forrester, Mrs. Jewell, oi
Waterville, Maine ; Mrs. Pride, of Port
land, Maine, and others.
Morrison-Oal lire th.
On Wednesday evening the marriage
oi Miss Eva Galbreth and 1). Clark Mor
rison took place in the Bellevne Presby
terian church, which had been hand
somely decorated for the occasion. The
ceremony was performed by Key. Mr.
Faekler. assisted by Key. James Kelso,
of Pasadena. After receiving the con
gratulations of their friends the happy
conph] repaired to the bride's home, and
left on tlie 10:80 train for San Diego, via
Santa Barbara. Among tbe guests from
abroad were Mr. Cain of Azusa, Mr. ami
Mrs. Thomas A. Reed, Miss Klta Fatten,
Thomas W. Conway, B. M. Kelso, Key.
and Mrs. .lames Kelso, of Pasadena; IMr.
and Mrs. W. K. Keiso, Mrs. Mary Kelso,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson, of
Inglewood, and Hon. W. L. Archer, of
Burgettstoa n, Pa.
Turn Scliuestern Verein.
Last night Turner hall was filled to its
Utmost capacity, the occasion being the
annual ball of the Turn Schwestern
Verein. The first part of the evening
was occupied by an excellent entertain
ment in which the following took part:
Turn Singer Section—Julius (!. Staumi,
Miss A. (irosser. T. W. Wilde, C. S. De
Lano, E. and P>. Olshausen, Mrs. K.
Bchpenemann, Miss M. Hahn, (J. La
bonge, J. Rickel, F. Lauterback, Mrs.
Katie and Mrs. A. Werner. Tbe
floor was cleared about 10 o'clock, and
and dancing was the order until after
midnight. The following were on the
committees: Jae. Kuhrts, L. Boeder, C.
Jacoby, L. Winter, 11. Glass, Mrs. Annie
Kniefj Mrs. Barbara Bickel, Mrs. Julia
Axt, Mrs. Alma Gutsch, Mrs. Marie
Ruf, Miss Carrie Boeder, Miss Pauline j
Fuhrberg, Miss Annie Braver, Miss
L"na Nollac, Miss Minnie Roeder, Mrs.
Annie Zens, Mrs. Ida Fuhrberg, Mrs. j
Marie Entermann, Mrs. Celia Johansen, j
A. Fuhrberg, C. Finterniann, F. Volker,
R. Krohn, J. P. Krempel.
The Rogers Reception.
Tlie ball room of Hotel Arcadia at
Santa Monica was a scene of delightful
gaiety on Monday night. The oc
casion was a reception party to
Harry E. Rogers, now of Buffalo,
>ie\v York, but formerly a resi
dent of the town. The following were
present: Harry Rogers and Miss Becca
Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tierney,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vawter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Woodhouse,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKinnie, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Gillis, Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
Tullis, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Dexter, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Waller, Mr. and Mrs.
11. M. Russell, W. P. Marsh and Miss
Carrie Middleton, K. Summerfield and
Miss Agnes Collins, C. Chatwood and
Miss Bancroft, L. Collet te, of Los An
geles, and Misses Katie and Eva Hodge,
C. Sheckels and Misses Nellie Elliott
and Annie Suits, Mrs. Judge Hastings,
Mrs. L. Ledbetter, Misses Danaher,
Hewitt, Eddye, and Maggie and Lillie
Henderson, Messrs. Cert . Scott, H. O.
Beville, E. T. Allen, J. Kobev, Joseph
Allen, Johnnie Summerfield, Dr. Place,
Dr. Lindsey, H. A. Winslow, Joe
j La Barge and Will Hart.
"The History of Music" was the sub
ject of the lecture given at the Los An
geles College on Friday evening by Prof.
Willhartitz. He sketched the rise of
the art from its beginnings in India and
China to the time of the reformation,
giving in a compact form much valuable
information. The other numbers ou the
programme were well rendered, and the
March musicale was no less delightful
than those of tbe previous months. The
programme was as follows : Piano solo,
"Love in May," (Oesten), Francis Best ;
violin solo,"Cradle Song," (Hauser),Em
melyn Guild; piano solo, a "Confidence,"
b "Consolation," (Mendelssohn), Ger
trude Lawler; recitation, "Courtin,"
(Lowell), Maud Remmick; piano
solo, "Nocturno," (Field,) Lena
Willey; trio, "Laughter Song,"
Daisy Randal, Daisy Fiske, Vir
ginia Foltz ; half-hour lecture, "History
of Music," Prof. A. Willhartitz ; organ
and piano, "Andante," (Wely), Mary
Crabbe and Prof. Willhartitz ; recitation,
"Hearts Ease," Daisy Randell; vocal,
selected, Anna Brown ; recitation," Aw
fully Lovely Philosophy," Bertha Foltz;
piano, "Dance of the Gnome*," (Seel
ing,) Helene Dunn.
The Harris Musicalc.
A successful musicale was given Thurs
day evening last at tbe studio of Mrs. J.
M. Harris, 1,842 First street, Boyle
Heights, by tbe. pupils of that lady as
sisted by friends. There was a large
attendance, and the performance passed
off very satisfactorily. The following
was tlie programme: Piano duett, "Oxen
Waltz" (Mozart), Misses Pearlie Leeds
and Alice Riley; "The Bohemian Girl,"
Miss Winnie" Palmer; instrumental
duett (Hayden), Misses Rose Henry and
Josie Whittaker; piano solo, Miss Daisy
Davisson ; song, "The Child's Unfinished
Prayer" (Handel), Miss Jessie Brock;
march (Durand), Miss Lucy Britton; i
"Battle of St. Petersburg," Miss Grade
White; "The Shepherd's Evening Song"
(Blake, op. 20), Miss Josie Whittaker;
grand march, duett (Mack), Messrs. \
George Brown and Emit Renfro; waltz
(Coote), Miss Sophie Miller; "Farewell"
(Havden), Miss Winnie Palmer; piano
duett (Blake), Mrs. Moore and Miss Josie
Whittaker; "Battle of Waterloo," Mr.
George Brown ; organ solo, "In Reih unci
Glied" (Lange, op. 41), Miss FMa Moore;
instrumental duett (Bach), Misses Lottie
Chalfant and Winnie Palmer; organ
solo (Faust), Miss Agnes Smith; vocal
solo (Ganz), Mrs. Moore; instrumental
duett, selected, Mrs. Harris and Miss
Davisson ; organ solo, "Idyl," (Wagner),
Miss Pearlie Leeds; "Air and Varia
tions," (Mendelssohn), Miss Peabody;
organ solo, "Reverie," (Leybach), Miss
Alice Riley; piano and organ duett,
( Rossini), Mrs. Harris and Miss Pea
Turn Verein Gymnastics.
About eight hundred spectators as
sembled at Turn Verein hall Tuesday
evening, to witness a grand exhibition
of gymnastic exercises given by the Turn
Verein Germania, under the direction of
Prof. C. H. Rohde, the instructor of the
association. The proceedings com
menced at 8 o'clock, when Mr. J.
Kuhrts, president of the society, intro
duced the Hon. H. T. Hazard.M ayor of
the city, in a few well chosen words.
Mayor Hazard addressed the audience
briefly, calling attention lo the fact that
the Germans, as a nation, recognized
the important* of combining physical
with intellectual ctilturcjanri that ii was
to this, in a great measure, to which
they owed their present standing in the
world of fiatk>frß. America, today, was j
the greatest country Ln the world, sim
ply Because its peornV were impressed
by the benefits to Is- accrued from
the peculiar characteristics of the
various nations which poured iiuo it,
and the German trait of physical cul
ture was one M the most worthy of
imitation. Bismarck, one of the great-i
est men of the on-sent ago, was a man
of extraordinary physical endurance, I
and this be owed simply to his early j
training when a youth, and it had un
questionably stood him in good Stead Of]
various occasions in his career. In
closing the speaker referred to the won
derful transformation achieved by Bi<
tnarck in building up the < let man
nation to its present height, from the
confusion in which it was before he
assumed control over its interests. The !
following programme was carried out I
and the pupils of Prof. Rohde performed
their exercises with remarkable skill
and precision, which met with universal
admiration: Overture, orchestra; lue
tics and dumb bell exercises, broad j
jump, see-siiw, class of girls; calisthen-
ICS, day class of boys; wand exercises. .
night class of boys; wand exercises,
active members; parallel bars, day class >
of boys; parallel bars, night class of I
boys; parallel bars, active members;
horizontal bar, night class of boys ; hori
zontal bar, active members.
Arbor Vltae Kntcrtainment.
On Tuesday evening last Arbor Vitae
Degree Lodge No. 88,1. 0. 0. F., gave a •
charming entertainment, consisting of
music and recitations, followed by rianc
big. Among those present were the fol
lowing: J. W. Telefon, Mrs. G. F.
Jones, Miss M. Hammond, Miss Lena j
Frank, Miss M. Goodhue, Mrs. and Miss
Boeder, J. Tilly and wife, Mrs. E.
Trombley, Mrs. L. Haugowont, Miss E.
Haugowont, Mrs. Captain C. M. Brown,
Mrs. J. R. Fletcher, T. P. Hill, Miss
Dora Fyke, Miss Alice Smith, G. P.
Wolfrom, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McLeod,
C. D. Champion, Mr. and Mrs. E. Nit
tinger, Miss Theresa Mattern, Mrs. A.
Blumenthal, Miss Exit Alexander, Mrs.
William Downie, R. F. Frazier, C. F.
Hunter, Mr. W. E. Garey and wife, E.
Hart man, Mrs. Alice Cleveland, Miss
Nellie Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. F. Haver,
W. T. Woods and wife, M. A. Sully, Miss
Etta Douder, W. M. Keseman and lady,
G. Gillene, Miss Lenora Alexander,
John Pile, Mrs. E. Ramsy, J. Dicken
son, Wakely Nittinger, Dr. Schumacher
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barney,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gristleton, H. J. Crow,
C. H. Quien, Miss Tracy Burkhardt,
Miss Ida Stander, Mrs. P. E. Adams,
Mrs. M. Patton, Miss Jennie White, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Gingrv, Mr. and Mrs. G. N.
Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bratt, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Marleau, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Sutch. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Tomp
kins, J. G. Wines, Miss C. M. Wines, F.
M. F]gleston, J. J. Jones, Mrs. L. Bais
ley, E. Koltmeyer, George Bain, George
Hunter, Miss M. Roeder, Mr. H. Kinney,
Miss M. Knysley, R. Forsythe, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Conrad, Mr. J. Gerson, Miss
F. Parkinson, C. H. Thompson, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Hogaboom, Mrs. M. Howard,
Mr. E. Bratt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ellis,
John T. Joughki, Miss E. Joughin,
W. Groseer, A. Groseer, A. Gro
seer, Mr. -tius Smith, W. Tv.
Houston, J. JI. Philips, Miss Messie.
Millisac, Miss L. Franck, Mrs. A.
Franck, R. S. Raphael, MissM. Raphael,
L. R. Kennedy, F. Merkle, Mrs. H. W.
Smith, Miss G. Hargitt, Mrsf. A. E. Por
ter, Miss ]•;. Mass, Miss N.
Gray, J. Burkhardt, I. W. Louder,
Mrs. Forster, Mrs. W. K. Hunter, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Baswitz, H. Gerson. 11.
A. Powers, Mrs. E. Hartman. Mrs. E.
('. Linwood, J. F. Maguire, H. S. West
brook, Mrs. S. A. Bulfinch, P. Markev,
C. Levinguth, J. A. McGregor, B. R.
Durrell and wife, Miss Levinguth, Frank
Forster, G. P. Seeketz, J. S. French,
Grant Gillard, C. Cowden, Mr. S. Levy,
C. E. Movers, Mrs. M. Baldwin, J. J.
McDonald, Mrs. J. R. Paul, Miss Hine,
Mr. J. A. Butcher and wife, Miss C.
Dickerson, Miss C. Paul, Mr. F. F.
Barnes ami wife, A. M. Leeman, N. B.
Walker, Miss Anderson, Ed B. Bath,
Miss Haver, Chas. Irvin, Miss E. Wood,
G. F. Hill, Mr. S. Howard and wife.
The following persons were yesterday
licensed to wed:
D. W. McDonald, a native of Nova
Scotia, of Santa Ana, aged 27, to Fannie
Hull, a native of New York, oi Santa
Ana, aged 23.
Edgar A. Beardslee, a native of Con
necticutt, of this city, aged 44, to Marie
E. Cross, a native of Massachusetts, of
this eily, aged 35.
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NEW SPRING GOODS
On Saturday Next, the 29th.
We will show the LARGEST STOCK of CHOICE UNDERWEAR,
NEGLIGE SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, PAJAMAS, WHITE
SHIRTS, GLOVES, etc., etc., ever shown in the city, and
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
OF THE LATE FIRM OF
WALTON &l WACHTEL,
I offer the same to either Dealers or Private Parties at
LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
1 have determined to close out the stock as soon as possible. Intending purchasers will
serVe their interests by giving me a call
J. V. WACHTEL,
fen 312, 314 and 316 South Spring St.
THE BEST DOMESTIC COAL
IN THE MARKET.
Ask For No Other. general office;
For Sale at All First-Class Coal Yards. mrS-tf 21 North Spring Street.
GROWN POINT GOAL MINING CO.,
MINERS AND DEALERS IN
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GENERAL OFFICE, NO. NORTH SPRING STREET,
LOS ANGELES, OAL.. f25 (im
JOE BAYER & (o.
Wholesale and Retail
Wine - and - Liquor - Merchants
29 HORTH MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 38.
PABST BREWING 00.
Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
This Beer is sold by the keg or in bottles. Family Trade Solicited.
/ Orders delivered to all parts of the city.
THE BEST TONIC.
A Concentrated Liquid Extract of Malt and Hops, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious.
Insures a healthy appetite. Aids digestion. Strenghens the system.
manufactured by the G. T. STAMM, Sole Agent
PABST BREWING CO, of Milwaukee, Wis. For Southern California, 25 Elraira street, Los
For Sale by All Druggists. Angeles, Cal. Telephone No. 224.
* —s#lO BERTRAND'S NEW STUDIO
S. W. cor. Main and Second Sts.
gssjHP"*""■■ IS NOW OPEN.
We are prepared to do the very highest grade of work at popular prices; having all the latest
appliances and the very best and most improved light in the city. A trial will convince you.
We Make a Specialty of Babies' and Children's Photos.
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND HERMAN SPOKEN.
J. T. BERTRAND. Fes W. F. STEIN.