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THE SOCIAL WHIRL.
A Busy Week in All the
The Ellis Club Closes Its Second
A Number of Society Entertainments
Marriages, Receptions. Musicales, Dances,
Parties, Hops, Lunch Parties
and Other Events.
Miss E. A. Kirkpatrick entertained a
few friends to a card party on Wednesday
Mrs. C. P. Lewis entertained about a
hundred young people Friday .evening at
125 East Fourth street.
The new literary society recently or
ganized in the southeastern part of the
city gave its first entertainment on
The concert given last Tuesday even
ing by Miss L. Marchetti, Prof. A. G.
Gardner and L. Yon Hofe at Illinois
hall was well attended, and the pro
gramme was excellently rendered.
Los Angeles lodge, No. 55 A. O. U. W.,
•will give a social in their hall at 213
South Main street on Wednesday even
ing, May 14th. All members and
friends of the order cordially invited.
Next Wednesday morning at St.
Joseph's church, Indianapolis, Miss Isa
bella Cecilia Schonacker will be mar
ried to Paul Bainbridge Hay. Mr. Hay
has been a resident of Southern Califor
nia for several years and is well known
here. The happy couple will reside at
A Shell Lunch.
Mrs. Belle Jewett gave a shell lunch
at her residence in Lamanda, on Mon
day. The lunch was served on a platform
in an oak tree,and was a most enjoyable
affair. Those present were: Miss Wol
ters, of East Los Angeles; Miss Boyce
and Mrs. Devereaux, of Cleveland; Miss
Bullins, of Omaha; Miss Wells, of De
troit; Mrs. Masters, of Pasadena; Miss
Heney, of San Francisco; Miss Lowe, of
A social was given on Wednesday
evening at the residence of W. W. Stock
well, East Los Angeles, at which the
following programme was pleasingly
rendered: Piano solo, Miss Lora Vickrey;
song, "Twickenham Ferry," Mrs.
Wright; duet, Miss Boal and Mr. F.
Strahorn ; reading, "The Canal Boat,"
Gilbert recitation, little Jennie
Balfour, 3 years old; song, "I Fear no
Foe," Mr. Sumner; reading, "Sir
Castles," Mr. White; piano solo, Miss
A surprise party was tendered to J.
W. Pierce, on Thursday evening, at the
residence of his patrents. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. George Russell,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lang, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Pierce, Mrs. Charles Bosworth,
Mrs. C. Petry, Mrs. Willis Martin,
Messrs. Ed. Lang, Maurice Shaw, Lavin
Shaw, Perry Russell, James W. Pierce,
Morris Pierce, Misses Nellie Pierce,
Hattie Martin, Pearl Bosworth.
A party of teachers and students of
the Los Angeles college returned from an
enjoyable trip to Catalina on Sunday
last. Those in the party were: Mrs.
Carrie Howell, Mrs. Martha Beemis,
Miss H. A. Guither, E. Ives, B. Epler,
A. M. Broadwell, M. M. Hamilton, L. A.
Carver, S. K. Innis, Margaret Clark, E.
A. Kirkpatrick, Mabel Broadwell, Qrace
Ferris, Birdie Clark, H. M. Boyn
ton, Messrs. 11. I». Edwards, C. W.
Murphy, C. H. Wedgwood and Dr. I. B.
The lowm Tarty.
On Tuesday evening the Misses Howes
entertained a number of friends at a
progressive cinch and lotto party. First
prizes were won by Miss Kawlings and
Dr. Hitt, and Mr. Lindley and Miss Ly
man received the consolation rewards.
Those present were Misses Maud Boyn
ton, Daisy Austin, Alice Whitney, Edith
Hitt, the Misses Newton, Kawlings,
Mosey, Chanslor, and Messrs. Cosbv,
Collins, Williams, Cochran, Sinsabaugh,
Little, Viekery, Lyman, Lindley, Ocken
paugh and Dr! Hitt.
Maids of Arcady.
Last Monday evening the Maids of
Arcady went to the Hotel San Gabriel
for a hop, driving from Los Angeles in
carriages. A very pleasant evening was
spent by the following : Misses Fitzger
ald, Collins, Tilden. French, Curtis,
Loomis, Farrel, Fitzpatrick, Sens, the
Misses Foss, Misses Kittie and Ida Col
lins, Misses Rogers, Percival, Sullivan,
Noyes, Beach, and Messrs. Foss, Curtis,
Jewett, Flainmer, Gerson, Herwig.
Chamberline, Galbraith, Preston, Brock
way, Kinsey, Connell, Rugg. Fargo.
Keith, Shannon, Fisher, Reynolds and
A book social was given on Friday
evening at the Fiist Congregational
church, which was well attended. The
characters represented were: "Look
ing Backward," by Miss Murphy;
"Merchant of Venice," Kittie Mills;
"Hamlet," Prof. Storrs ; "Last Days of
Pompeii," "Nydia," Miss Mary Mills;
"Samantha at Saratoga," Miss Mary
Bosbyshell; "My Wayward Partner,"
W. F. Bosbyshell; "Joe's Boys," Miss
Gertie Jones; "Old Fashioned Girl,"
Miss Nellie Farrell; "Uncle Tom's
Cabin," Miss Filsie Bosbyshell; "Mother
Goose," Miss Allie Jones; "Little Lord
Fauntleroy," Mr. Dole; "Pickwick Pa
pers," Frank Sheldon.
The Watchful Ten..
The Watchful Ten, of the King's
Daughters, gave an entertainment on
Friday evening, at St. Paul's church.
Included in the programme was a piano
solo by Miss Conradi, vocal solo by Miss
Dewey, recitations by Misses Baker and
Hanna, calisthenics by Misses Meta and
Elsie Gibson, Ada Bainter, Minnie Con
dit, Clara and Bertha Owens. LiJlie Ma
gee and S. Mcintosh. The fancy booth
was in charge of Misses Edith Haver
stick, Julia Fitzpatrick, Laura Berkeley
and E. Haines, and the refreshments
were served under the supervision of
Misses Emma Ashman, Leah Bletso,
THE LOS ANGHLES JffERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1890.
Anna Rhoder, Minnie Ward, E. Grebe,
I. Grebe, R. Hewitt and Miss Hartley.
The Pythian Sisters gave an enter
tainment at their hall in East Los Ange
les Tuesday evening. About twenty
holies from Pasadena attended. The
following programme was furnished: Pi
ano solo, Mrs. N. C. Browning; address
of welcome, Mrs. Col. D. Jones ; duet,
Mrs. Geo. Weeks and Mrs. Dr. Schloss;
recitation, Miss Forrester; zither solo,
Prof. Otto Vogel; recitation, "Friend
ship," Mrs. Geo. Weeks; solo. Mrs.
On Monday evening a benefit concert
for the members of the Halstead fam
ily was given in East Los Angeles.
After the following programme dancing
was engaged in for an hour or more:
Overture, the Halstead family: duet,
"Buy My Flowers," Jessie Richie and
Alice Riley; recitation, "Shamus
O'Brien," Rev. J. H. Phillips; violin
solo, piano accompaniment, Prof. Perrie
and Miss Lillie Barraclough; solo,
George Ragland ; recitation, Miss Lulu
Atherton ; cornet solo, Byron Halstead;
solo, Mrs. Stella Mathews; cornet solo
and piano accompaniment, Mr. and Mrs.
Knapp; recitation, Miss Lena Cox; solo,
Mrs. Dyer; song, Mr. Biddle.
The wedding of Miss Grace E. Lowell
and Norman L. Entler, both well known
in this city, took place at the First
Baptist church Wednesday night.
The church was handsomely dec
orated with flowers and foli
age, and a large floral harp, the work of
Miss Kate Entler, Miss Pryor, Mrs.
Bentley, Mrs. Flint, Miss Gorley, Miss
Simmons, Miss Morris. Miss Snook and
Miss Hall, occupied the space in front of
the pulpit. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. W. W. Tinker, of East Los An
geles, in the presence of a large number
of the friends of both parties. After the
marriage the bridal party was driven to
the residence of the bride's parents,
where a wedding supper was served to
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman M. Entler, Mrs. E. B.
Entler, Miss Kate E. Entler, Mrs. Geo.
Bentley of Azusa, Ned W. Lowell, Mrs.
Parker, Rev. and Mrs. Tinker, Miss
Edna Tinker and Master Charlie Lowell.
Quite a large number of people gath
ered at the Los Angeles college, on Fri
day evening, when an entertainment
was given for the benefit of Prof. Foss,
of Redlands. The following was the
Piano duet, "Norma Overture" (Bel
lini), Miss F. McCrary and Prof. Will
hartitz ; tenor solo, Signor Carlo Modini;
guitar solo, Prof. DeLano; recitation,
"Willie Baird," Miss Ida Parker; bass
sole, "I Fear No Foe" (Pinsuti), Mr. S.
Osborne ; violin and piano, "Traumerei,"
Misses E. Guild and E. Kirkpatrick;
alto solo, "All in the Garden Fair,"
Miss Mary Chapin; guitar duet, "The
Regiment March," Miss A. McNab and
C. S. DeLano; "March of the Infantry"
(Dobson), guitars, Misses 0. Pollard and
E. Hawkins and Mrs. C. S. DeLano;
soprano solo, Miss Fannie Kibbee ; piano
solo, a "Berceuse," b "Funeral March"
(Chopin), Miss Ilelene Dunn ; recitation,
'' Half- Way Claims," Miss Madie Vawter;
soprano solo, Miss M. A. Brown ; tenor
solo, Mr. J. Miller; piano duet, "Marche
Militaire" (Muller), Miss F. McCrary
and Prof. Willhartitz.
The Illinois Association gave an excel
lent programme for its social Friday
evening in Illinois hall. The audience
was treated to the following list of mu
sical, social and dramatic attractions:
Piano duet, "Wiener Bon-Bons Waltz"
(Strauss), Misses Kinney and Ligan;
vocal solo, "Thy Face." Mr. Herwig;
piano solo, "The" Storm Weber), Miss
Pearl Rowyer; vocal trio, "O Memory"
(Leslie), Mrs. Catching, Mrs. Wiseman
and Mr. Defty; vocal solo, "The Little
Maid's Advice," Miss Hazel Durkee;
violin solo, "Tarantelle" (Carl Hering),
Miss Lucille Catching; waltz song, "Non
Voici," Miss Bertha Penning; piano
solo, "I'olacca Brilliante" (Weber), Miss
Willie Richards; vocal duet, "Come to
My Heart" (Millard), Mr. Defty and
; Mrs. Catching; vocal quartette, "Spring
Bong," Misses Penning, Gillette, Ed
wards, and Mrs. Wiseman ; A Kins in lite
Dark: "SelimPettibone," G. A. Hough;
| "Frank Fathom," F. G. Rawson; "Mrs.
Pettibone," Miss Hattie Dike; "Mary
I Mudge," Miss Annie Toler.
The Tamalc Club.
Last Saturday night at the beautiful
j residence of Mr. and Mrs. Fleishman,
corner Orange ami Pearl streets, one of
the most brilliant society events of the
season took place, the occasion being a
party given by the Tamale Club, in
honor of Mrs. Mamie Perry-Davis, pres
ident of the society. The house was
most elaborately decorated and the ex
tensive grounds were illuminated with
many brilliant colored lights. Refresh
ments consisting of tamales and coffee
were served by the members of the club.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
| Fleishman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross,
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Owens, Dr. and Mrs.
IH. E. Small, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cook,
! Major and Mrs. Bonsall, Dr. and Mrs. L.
Pilsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Larrabee, Mr.
and Mrs. Van Der Leek, Captain and
Mrs. F rank Bell, Air. and Mrs. George
Frink, Dr. and Mrs. Tolhurst, Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Warner, Mrs. Mamie Perry-
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Davis, Signer Modini. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Perry, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Jones, Mrs. Hobb, Mrs.
George Earl, Misses Thompson, Florence
Perry, Mary Brown, Nellie Henderson,
Lois Veazie, Flora Culver, Mac For
rester, Blanche Dewey, Maud Northam,
Misses Frankeniield, Foy, Orr, General
Grierson and General Mathews, Messsrs.
Thomas Fleming, T. D. Mott. Jr., J.
Winston, Adolph Fleishman, George
Steckel, Fred K. Smith, N. E. Jones, N,
P. Marteen, J. F. Blake, Harry Wyman
and Chas. Foreman. Jr.
The Oxford League.
The Oxford League, of Trinity M. E.
church, south, held its regular monthly
social at the residence of Mr. J. O. Lot
speich, No. 831 South Flower street, last
Friday evening The young people as
usualhad a very enjoyable time, due in
a large measure to the hostess of the
evening, Miss Ellen Shores. The fol
lowing interesting programme was ren
dered : Vocal duet. Misses Shores and
Da Bose ; cornet solo, Miss Lottie Pink
ham ; address, Stanley Lotspeich; in
strumental duet, tuba and jewsharp,
Miss Ida Neukirk and Prof. Mulch;
character song, Mr. L. N. Levering.
■Prof, Pirtal next gave a thrilling exposi
tion of mesmerism. A charming recita
tion by Miss Florence Longley closed the
programme. Refreshments were then
served, after which the evening was
spent in social games. The company
dispersed at a seasonable hour, after
listening to a "Good Night" song by Mr.
The Ladles' Night.
The ladies' night entertainment at the
Athletic Club on Friday evening was
one of the principal events of the week.
The club rooms in the Stowell block
were handsomely decorated for the occa
sion, and at 8 o'clock every inch of the
available space in the gymnasium was
occupied. The entertainment com
menced with a fencing bout by Messrs
Steckel and A'ogelsang. Both gentle
men displayed considerable ability in
handling the foils. Messrs Stephenson
and Guthrie boxed three rounds, exhib
iting a good deal of science. Then came
a tug of war between lightweights and
juvenile sparring by Masters Mott and
Custer. The class gave an exhibition of
its powers on the horizontal bar, and
Messrs L D Kent and C. Foy boxed clev
erly or three rounds. The heavy-weights
had a tug of war, and the programme
■oncluded with sparring between J.Hall
and J. Winston. The floor was then
Bleared and for several hours the guests
enjoyed themselves dancing.
A DlsMot School.
Next Friday evjfcing the Ladies' Li
brary Association of Boyle Heights, will
jive an old-time "Deestrick Skule" at
Hendricks's hall. Those who are to
take part are : Mr. George W. Simon
ton, "Master"; Dr. W. W. Murphy.
'Ben Frynklin"; Mr. W. F. Henning,
"Bobby Waterman"; Mr. S. Rees,
'Mike" O'Flynn"; Mr. T. H. Ward,
'Grover Cleveland"; Mrs. Thornburg,
"Patience Holdover"; Mrs. Spring and
Mrs. Mudget, "Charity andlaith Hon
eysuckle." twins; Mrs. Alice McComas,
'Eliza Franklin"; Mrs. S. M. Perry,
"Samantha Allen"; Mrs. Dr. Carlisle,
"Clara Foltz"; Mrs. H. L. Madden,
"Susan B. Anthony"; Mrs. S. Rees,
"Jerusha Hardscrabble"; Mr. Hart
well Powers, "Hezekiah Butterworth";
Mr. Fred Teale, "Jim Blame"; Mrs.
Fred Teale, "Maria Hobbs" ; Mr. E. E.
Powers, "Harry Markham" ; Mr. C. H.
Lawrence, "Edward Bellamy"; Mrs. E.
A. Lawrence, "Susannah Simpkins";
Mrs. Dr. Murphy, "Betsy Trotwood";
Florence Variel, "Maggie Tulliver";
Mr. Charlton, "Jeremiah Stubbs" ; Mr.
Brown, "Henry Jones"; Mrs. Brown,
•Priscilla Snodgrass"; Mrs. Worland.
Trankie Folsom" ; Mrs. Dr. Campbell
md Mr. Variel, "Debby and Deeley
Doolittle," twins ; "Visitors," Mrs.M.C.
Oarpenter. Mrs. Tulliver; "Trustees,"
Fudge McComas, Squire Hicker, Hon.
R. H. P. Variel, "Deacon Way back."
The Johnson Reception.
Gen. and Mrs. E. P. Johnson and Miss
lohnson entertained a number of friends
at their residence on Hope street on
Thursday afternoon. The hostess was
assisted in receiving by Mrs. M. ('. Bias
del (mother of Mrs. Johnson), Mrs. E.
B. Grandin, Mrs. C. C. Mason from
Santa Fe Springs. Mrs.W. G. Worsham,
all sisters of the hostess, and the Misses
Gertrude Johnson and Lucinda Mason.
Among those present were : Mrs. C. W.
Blasdel, Mrs. Margaret Hobbs, Mrs. B.
E. Sigler and Miss Sigler, Mrs. General
Stoneman, Miss Stoneman and Miss
Adele Stoneman, Mrs. Charles' Sonn
tagg, Mrs. F. C. Howes and daughters,
Miss Alice Whitney, Mrs. J. S. Chap
man. Miss Hattie Chapman, Mrs. Judge
Bicknell, Mrs. Judge Hendrick, Miss
Annie Yocum, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owens and
Mrs. Dr. J. S. Owens, Mrs. Charles L.
Strong, Miss Strong and Miss Georgie
Strong, Miss Henderson, Miss Forester,
Miss Flora Culver and Miss Rollins,
Mrs. E. A. Forester and Miss May For
ester, Miss Louise Dunn, Mrs. J. J.
Woodworth, Miss Louise Jones, Mrs.
R. M. Widnev, Mrs. Frank B. Ross
Mrs. Horace Hiller, Mrs. R. S. Moore,
Mrs. B. F. Coulter, Mrs. Hodgkins and
Miss Bertha Hodgkins, Miss Maggie
Elderkin and Miss Elise Gurlev Eider
kin, Mrs. F. E. Klokke and daughter,
H. Sinsabaugh, Miss Mauzv, Mrs. S. C.
Hubbell, Mrs. Dr. Hagan, Mrs. Dr. (ila
eius, Mrs. M. E. Speedy, Mrs. S. B. Cas
well, Mrs. Dr. Ross, Mrs. Eugene Ger
main, Mrs. C. B. Wheeler, Mrs. F. \
Settle, Mrs. Dr. Utlev, Mrs. Dr. Cochran'
Miss Dora Whitcomb,Miss McCreery ,Mrs.
Knox, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.Gibson and Miss
Lou Gibson, Mrs. Abernethy, Miss A.
Cox, Mrs. Geddis, Mrs. W. C. Furrey,
Mrs. C. W. Bradley, Mrs. E. F. Spence
and Miss Kate Spence.
Tli,- Ellin Clnb.
The Ellis Club gave the last concert of
its second season at Turn Verein hall, on
Thursday evening. As has been the
case ever since the club started, the hall
was tilled with the most fashionable
people of the city, who enjoyed a most
excellent evening of music. "The club is
entering its third season, and if at its
cloM ;is much improvement is noticed
as has taken place in the past, it will
rank among the best musical organiz
ations in the United States. Every con
cert given has shown that the members
have faithfully attended rehearsals, and
that they have been kept well in band
by the conductor, Mr. J. C. Dun
ster. In nearly all of the num
bers given at Thursday night's
concert the club brought out the deli
cate shading so necessary to the enjoy
ment of the audience, in a manner that
captivated everybody. The programme
included Zollner's "Rhine Wine.Song,"
Osgood's "Proposal," Dudley Buck's ar
rangement of "Annie Laurie," Brahms
"Lullaby,'' Dudley Buck's chorus of
• 'Spirits and Hours," Edes's "Old King
Coul," Hatton's "Absence," and Mar
kull's "Roland's Horn." The tenor
solo in the chorus of "Spirits and
Hours," and the tenor and baritone
solos in ''Roland's Horn" were excel
lently rendered. Valentine Huber fa
vored the audience with a vituxtcmpt
"Fantalis Caprice," and De Beriot's
"Ninth Concerto." Mr. Huber is a mas
ter of the violin, and charmed the audi
ence. Mrs. Bereman. the accompanist,
was an able assistant of the chorus in
bringing out all there was in the music.
There was a very pleasant surprise
party tendered Mr. Edward Hotchkiss
at the residence of C. C. Hotchkiss,
Graystone avenue, Monrovia, on Friday
evening last. The evening was spent in
music and games, and shortly after 10
o'clock p. m. the merry party sat down
to a sumptuous supper prepared by the
hostess and Miss Myrtle Monroe.
Among the guests were the Misses Bick
nell, Miss Helen Widney, Newton
Moore, Los Angeles, Miss Nellie Taylor,
Miss Jessie Watson, Miss Ida Whitiing
! ton, Miss Loyd, Miss Bird Monroe, Miss
Maxwell, Miss Mullalla, Miss Strain,
Miss Sprague, and Messrs. Church,
Bowerman, Dr. Wheeler, Wilson, Rit
ter. Woods, Monroe, Hart, Frame and
The Albian quartette, of Monrovia,
were nicely entertained by Prof, and
Mrs. .las. A. Foshay, at their residence
on West Lime avenue, on Monday even
There was a select dance at Barnes's
hall. Monrovia, on Wednesday evening
Cashier John H. Bartle, of the First
National Bank, Monrovia, and Mrs.
Bartle, gave a large progressive euchre
party to their many friends on Friday
evening last. Mr. W. H. Shippen, of
Los Angeles, and Mrs. Hart, of Mon
rovia, carried away the honors on pro
gression, while Mrs. C. E. Slosson and
Mr. U. S. G.'Todd were awarded the
boobies. The tables were spread at a
late hour with choice refreshments, fol
lowed by the "wind-up" of old-style
The Social Three.
One of the most enjoyable events of
the season was the second grand family
soiree given by the "Social Three," at
Kramer hall, last Wednesday evening.
The following were among "those pres
ent: Mr. A. B. Kerlin, Mr. J. P. Bar
ney, Mrs. J. P. Barney, Mr. Homer
Lapp, Miss Rose Dietrich, Mr. J. Mel
stead, Miss L. Pasquerar, Mr. J. D.
Champin, Miss Theresa Burkhardt, Mr.
E. Gerson, Miss Nellie Ferrel, Mr. R.
Salsido, Miss E. Osborne, Mrs. W.
Stoermer, Ed. Webber, Miss Nellie
Ryan, Mr. W. E. Garev, Mrs. W. E.
Garey, Miss Estella Henderson, L. J.
Harris, Miss Delia Mitchell, A. McDon
ald, Mrs. A. McDonald, Jas. S. French,
0. W. Vichrey, Mr. J. Rocker. Miss J.
Gillman, Mr. Ed. Nealy, George Prince,
Mrs. A. Franck, Mr." George Franck,
Mrs. £. Alexander, Miss Eva Alexander,
Mr. Frank Meyer, Mrs. S. Vradenburg,
Mrs. J. Walker, MissLizzieCarson, Mrs.
Millisac, Mr. J. Bluett, Mrs. J. Bluett,
Mr. H. Gerson, Miss Li Hie Franck, Miss
Schroeder, Mr. H. J. Crow, Mr. J. E.
Bratt, Mrs. E. C. Bratt, A. A. Gast, Miss
N. Connor, Miss W. Connor, Guy 1).
Hufford, Miss Emma Baldwin, Mrs. F.
S. Hill, Miss L. Phillipson, Mr.
E. E. Pallady, Miss M. Kreamer,
Miss K. Livermore, J. T. Wilson,
W. C. Peck, Miss A. Bont, Mr.
N. B. Walker, Mrs. N. B. Walker, J. T.
Gough, Miss Estella Wilbur, A. G.
Springer, Mrs. Springer, Miss C. King,
Thomas Gough, Miss Young, William
A. Witzel, Miss Ferguson, E. C. Clark,
Miss E. Beeles, Anton Bonn, Miss L.
Heith, W. J. Wright, Miss A. Bronner,
E. H. Thompson, Miss Boyland, W. M.
! Keseinan, Miss Dora Gaiety, Mr. Lynn
Lyman, Mrs. Lynn Lyman, Miss
Laureta Smith, J. P. Wolfrom, Miss Eva
! Bonn, ftobt. F. Rain, Miss Dora Fisher,
| Chas. McKeag, H. E. Sabine, Miss John
i son, William A. Grosser, Arthur Grosser,
Miss Goodhue, M. K. McLaughlin, Miss
|L. Miller, Mr. W. W. Karsner, Mrs. W.
jW. Karsner, Miss R. Sanford, Mr. W.
R. Stephenson, Mrs. AY. R. Stephenson,
Miss R. Lechner, Mr. W. Shonebaum,
Miss Lena Franck, Max Rutz, Mr. M. J.
Hartley, Mrs. M. J. Hartley, Miss Nellie
Cady and many others.
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The finest and largest stock of woolens In the
city to select from.
ftF~ Perfect .fit and best of workmanship
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
Of an immense stock of fine Spring and Sum
mer Goods, such as have never been exhibited
on this Coast. Fine tailoring at moderate prices.
Elegant Business Suits made to order
from $25 00
Stylish Pants made to order from 0 00
Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to
order from 25 00
Stylish English Walking Suits made
to order from 30 00
Fine French Pique and Beaver Suits
made to order from 40 00
And all other garments in like proportion.
These are prices never offered before. All gar
ments made by first-class mechanics. Perfect
fit. best of tririimings and workmanship guar
anteed or no sale.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
141 and 143 South Spring Street,
Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles.
203 Montgomery St., 724 Market St., 1,110
and 1,112 Market St., San Francisco, 000 J St..
cor. Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 and 109
Santa Clara St., San Jose, Cal. 1,800 Mariposa
St., under Grand Central hotel, Fresno, Cal.
1,021 and 1,023 Fourth St., San Diego, Cal.
73 Morrison st., Portland, Or. a2O
A. B. GREENEWALD,
Direct Importer of Havana and Key WestClgars,
Wholesale and Retail.
CORNER SPRING AND TEMPLE STS.
Sole Agent for the Famouß Las Palmas Clear
liavana Cigar. aplB-lni
State Loan and Tut Co.
Subscribed Capital 81,000,000.
Capital Paid Up 9450,000.
BANKING ROOM, N. W. CORNER SPRING
AND SECOND STREETS, BKYSON
GEORGE n. BONEBRAKE, President.
E°F N SPEN^E° N,SB - | Vice-Presidents.
SAMUEL B. HUNT, Cashier.
W. G. Cochran. P. M. Green.
W. H. Perry. J. F. Towell.
H. J. Woollacott. L. N. Breed.
We act as trustees for corporations and estates.
Loan money on first-class real estate and
collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale.
Pay interest on savings deposits. Five per
cent, paid on time deposits. Safe deposit boxes
for rent. Best fire insurance companies
-pARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Isaias W. Hellman President
L. C. Goodwin Vice-President
H. W. Hellman Second Vice-President
John Milker Cashier
H.J. Fleishman Assistant Cashier
Capital (paid up) $500,000
Surplus and Reserve Fund 800,000
O. W. Childs, C. E. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, J. B.
Lankershim, C. Ducommun, Philippe Gamier,
L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isaias W. Hell
man, H. W. Hellman.
O. W. Childs, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gam
ier, James B. Lankershim, T. L. Duque, Jose
Mascarel, Charles Ducommun, Andrew Glassell,
Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo Amestov, Louis
Polatki, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker,
Frank l.ecouvreur, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee,
Estate I). Solomon, Chris. Hemic, Jacob Kuhrts,
Isaius W. Hellman, H. W. Hellman. ml
rplIE NEVADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO.
CAPITAL PAID UP $3,000,000
Agency in New York 02 Wall street
Agency at Virginia, Nev.
London Bankers, Union Bank of London,
Letters of Credit Issued, Available in All Parts
of the World.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN President
JOHN F. BIGELOW Vice-President
D. B. DAVIDSON Cashier
GEO. GRANT Assistant Cashier
John W. Mackay, James L. Flood,
Lewis Gerstle, Isaias W. Hellman,
Henry F. Allen, C. De Guigne,
Robert Watt, Levi Strauss,
D. N. Walter, H. L. Dodge,
apB-lm John F. Bigelow.
HE CITY BANK,
37 South Spring street.
Capital Stock $300,000
A. D. CHILDRESS President
JOHN 8. PARK Cashier
W. T. Childress, Poindexter Dunn,
J. J. Schallert, E. E. Crandall,
John 8. Park, R. G. L >nt,
A. D. Childress.
General banking. Fire and burglar proof safe
deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per an
num, ml 12m