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William Woolwlne, Harriet S. Wright,
W. 8. nohertnon, K. P. Bryan, Albert
M. Stephens, William T. Johnston,
Wealey C»«rk, Went Hughes. Hancock
Banning, Krtwln T. Karl, Charles M.
Shannon, Wllloußhbjr Kodmnn, Andrew
Olassell, Sheldon Borden, Donald
Frlck, J. A. Anderson, William Hun
«ack*r, Laura Thompson, M. L..
Thompson, William Anderson, Thomas
Barkley, J. T. Fltagerald, Burton
Green, Itollnnd Bishop, A. 8. MeAulay,
John McCoy, William Reed, C. Q.
Btanton and Chalmers Smith, Christo
pher will serve and Arend's orchestra
will furnish music for the dftnclnjr.
Tickets for the affair may be had only
from Mrs. Albert M. Stephens or mem
bers of Los Angels chapter.
Miss Llla Falrchlld will be the guest
of honor at ft luncheon to be given
Monday afternoon by Miss Kate Spence
of Monrovia. The following Monday
Miss Falrchlld and her betrothed, Mr.
John G. Mott, will be entertained with
a theater party at the Mason by Mr.
and Mrs. D. Sale.
Misses Linnett and Margaret Cole
of Kansas City, who are visiting Mrs.
Frank Burnett of Beacon and Eighth
streets, were guests of honor at a 12
o'clock breakfast given yesterday by
Mrs. Erasmus Wilson of 7 Chester
place. In the charming floral arrange
ment for the table white flowers and
ferns were used and at the places were
cards ornamented with sketches of
fancy heads. Besides the hostess and
guests of honor, those who sat down
were the Misses Evan Metcalf, Grace
Rowley, Mary Patterson, Gwendolin
Laughlln, Lucy and Mary Clark, Pinlta
Drake, Violet Ball and Beatrix Felt.
Messrs. Robert C. Gil lls and O.
'Aubrey Davidson gave a trolley party
.Thursday In honor of Sir Frederick
and Lady Borden and daughter of
'Canada, The parjor car Mermaid was
chartered for the trip, which Included
Visits to Hollywood, Santa Monica and
Ocean Park. A short stop was made
at the home of Paul De Longpre, where
one of the artist's paintings was pre
sented to Lady Borden by the party.
A' stop also was made at Ocean Park.
About twenty prominent Canadians
and their wives were invited to meet
the distinguished guests.
1 Sir Frederick is. In point of service,
one of the oldest members of Canadian
parliament. He has been a member of
the cabinet of militia for a number
of years and j was knighted by tne
queen about the time he assumed that
office. He •Is one of the most prom
inent figures' In Canadian politics. With
his family he left Thursday for Ot
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, Miss Mary Kepplemann of Milwau
kee, Wis., is expected to arrive in Los
Angeles this morning and for several
months will be the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Elmer Barber of 817 '■ South Hill
■ street. , . ' ,
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Mrs. Nicholas E. Rice of 2520 Wil
shire boulevard entertained with a re
ception at Cumnock hall Friday after?
noon, being assisted by Mesdames T. T.
Knight, Samuel S. Salisbury, Frank
Simpson, Henderson Hayward, S. W.
Garritson, Valentine jj Peyton,' Reuben
Shettler, Richard Beebe, R. B. William
son, Frank W. King, J. L. Merrill,
Millbank .Johnson, Jefferson Gibbs, G.
W. Gillette : and Daniel "Murphy. The
rooms were . handsomely for
the occasion and presented an especial
ly attractive appearance. In the hall,
where the hostess and her receiving
party stood a scarlet and green color
scheme was employed,' the mantel at
the end of. the room, banked with poin
settlas, being one of the pleasing feat
ures of the 5 arrangement. , Overhead
was a canopy of red ribbons and ropes
of electric • lights. Palm baskets of
■white marguerites and asparagus plu
mosus were effective in the parlor dec
orations, while In an adjoining room
the bignoni vine and English ivy were
combined. Red was the prevailing col
qr In the dining room, where refresh
ments were served by the Misses Alice
Gamble, Helen Howery, Austeene
George, Vivian Mackenzie, Viola Pea
cock and Gladys Reynolds. A large cut
glass bowl filled with scarlet carnations
formed a centerpiece for the table,
•which was. covered with a handsome
Mexican drawn work cloth. Red rib
bons were utilized in the pretty scheme,
and crystal candlesticks with red
shades added to the pleasing effect.
Punch •was served by, Mrs. Howard
Rivers, Miss Agnes Knight and Miss
Essie Rosllng. Mrs. Rice wore a be
coming gown of black spangled silk
net with white gloves.
Miss Irene Bangs of Oakland, who is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. William M. Van
Dyke, of 222 West Adams street, was
guest of honor Friday afternoon at a
card party given by Miss Hattie Brad
ford of 4555 Pasadena avenue. Five
hundred was the game of the afternoon
and books were awarded as prizes.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of 707 Bon
nie Brae street entertained Native Sons
and Daughters of Pioneers Friday
evening. There wa» a short business
session, after which a social hour was
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Mrs. William Winter of Mentone ar
rived In Los Angeles yesterday for a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fielding
J. Ktll.sou of 8)3 Kensington road. Mrs.
Btilson gave a box party nt the Orand
yesterday afternoon* having as her
guests Mrs. W. W. gtllaon, Mrs. Nor
man Densham, Miss Bess Millar, Mtas
Beatrice Wigmore and Carroll Btllson.
'In honor of her niece, Miss R. Jane
(J. Blair of Pittsburg, Pu., Mrs. Herbert
M, Bishop of 2627 Hoover street gave
an, at home Friday afternoon, enter
turning: a large company of guests.
The house wag artistically decorated,
choice flowers and . greenety having
been combined in the pleaelng arrange
ment. Assisting the hostess In receiv
ing and entertaining were Meedames
Homer , Laughlln. , Charles ■ it. ' Drake,
Kd\v»rd Friend of Dayton, O.; J&me»
firUnn of Minneapolis, Edward Robin
son of Plttsburß, Pa., and th« Misses
Paroon*. Dennen, Drake, Pearl Seeley,
Mary, Lucy And KatherliVe Clark, Tlnb-
Inson of Plttfburg, Cavarly of Min
neapolis, mid Gwendolin LaughUn.
Mrs. Ira O. Smith will receive call
ers at the Hotel Angelus on the after
noons of Monday, January 23 and 30.
The next hop of the Los Angeles
Country club will occur on Friday,
Mr*. Rose AVhltmore entertained on
Friday afternoon seven particular
friends at bridge whist. Among the
number were Mradames T. O. Green, E.
U Stratton, W. D. Turner, B. M.
Chatell and two eastern friends.
The friends of Mrs. James Clow, for
merly Miss Pearl I,ll>l>y, will be In
terested to learn that she Is contemp
lating a visit here In the near future,
she is to bring with her, her little son,
and they will be the guests of her sis
ters, Mrs. UpdegrafC and Mrs. A. A.
Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, formerly
Miss Helen Senter, are now at their
eastern home In Waterbury, N. V.,
after a week's stay In New York city
where they have been purchasing the
furniture for their new home.
One of the most noteworthy events
of the coming month is to be the
fiftieth wedding anniversary of Prof.
T .S. C. Lowe on February 14, and it
Is rumored that the golden wedding
will be made the occasion of a large
reception and ball at the handsome
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Lowe on
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Holmes, who
have been to Santa Barbara Monterey
on their wedding trip, came home Fri
day evening and went at once to their
pretty new bungalow on Palmetto
Drive, which Is completely furnished
for their reception.
Friday evening a large audience of
admirers and friends attended the con
i cert given by Revel Lindsay English
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. The
following program was given, each
number of which showed the power
and scope of Mr. English's unusually
fine baritone voice.
Songs— Mr. English— "Pieta Slg
nore," (Stradella), "The Flute Player"
(Allltsen), "Sapphic Ode," (Brahms),
"Die Ablosung" (Hollaender), "In
Herbst" (Franz), "Confutatis Male
dictis" (Verdi's) Requiem.
Piano Numbers— Miss Bowers —
"Grillen" (Schumann), "Ballade, A
Flat" (Chopin). '
Songs— Mr. English— "lf ■ I Were a
Rose" (Hesselberg), "Because She
Kissed It" (Gaynor), "I Sing to My
Love the Rose" (Nevln), "Three Roses
Red" (Norris), "The ' Clown's Seren
ade" (Luckstone), "Tfi Reapers" (The
Trend of Times), (Kemp), "I Love You
Truly" (Bond), "Just a WearyhV For
You" (gond),.. "Irish • Love Song"
(Lang), *' "A Memory" (Park),
, "Daphne's Love" (Ronald).
Mrs. Robert T. Vandervort is enter
taining Miss Bowker of Boston, who is
a very successful writer of short stories
and' si member of the Woman's- Press
club of Boston.
; Mrs. J .W. Wood entertained very
happily .although Informally, on Fri
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. W. W.
Leithead, one of the recent brides of
the early winter. Two , other, guests
of honor were Mrs. Robert Leithead,
who is a house guest of Mrs. Wood, and
Mrs .Newton, Leithead. , The guest
company is limited to the members of
an intimate club of which Mrs. W, W.
Leithead belongs, together with a few
neighborhood friends . of the younger
set. The hours were from 4to 6 and
the afternoon tea was a very dainty
affair. Mrs. Newton Leithead and
Miss L. N. Conger entertained sixteen
intimate friends of Mrs. W. W. Lelt
head's, in whose honor the party was
given at a matinee theater party to
Los Angeles. Supper at Christopher's
followed the theater performance.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kane are to be
at the Green during February. Mr.
Kane, before his recent marriage, was
for many seasons a well-known and
popular guest at the Green.
One of the very enjoyable smaller
enchre parties of the season was that
given by Mrs. Theodore Gittings at her
pretty bungalow home on El Molino
avenue Thursday afternoon In honor of
Mrs. and Miss Withlngton of Jackson,
Mich. The rooms of the cosy home
were decorated for the afternoon In an
abundance of white carnations and
maiden hair ferns. Small tables for
the cards were placed about In the
library and dining 1 room. Dainty score
cards were provided as well as hand
some lone hand favors. The prizes
were won by Mrs. Winslow, who se
cured a handsome cut glass dish, by
Mrs. G. G. Green, who won the second
prise, a pretty pair of silver tongs, by
Mrs. Whltlmore, who won the lone
hand prize, a silver stilleto paper knife.
Mrs. Hamlln was awarded the con
solation prlae, a pack of cards. DelU
clous refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the games. Those who
enjoyed the afternoon were the guestH
of honor, Mru. and Miss Withlngton;
who are at the Green, Mesdames G. C.
Green, J. Hi Holmes, H. L. Stratton,
11. B. French, B. M. Chattell, Mrs.
Wlnslow. Mrs. Clinton P. Morehous,
Mrs. David H. Van BiycU, Mrs. John
Heck, Mrs. Na»h. Mrs. A. n. 8, McCoy,
Mrs. Uose Whltmore. Mrs. J. B. Glass
cock, Mrs. W. D. Tmner, Mrs. Hamlln
and MUs McHenry.
Mrs. Dorothea Hoaglin-Hayden en>
tertalned the members of the teachers 1
class with art Informal reception
Thursday afternoon at her artlstly
studio in the Vandervort black. The
claw, composed principally of public
tvhool teachers, has just finished the
study of a term with "Merchant of
Vtnl««." The whol* afternoon was 4*>
voted to the telling of uouil stories.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 33, 1905.
which developed ft number of capital
teUertt of clever tnles. Those assist
ing Mrs. ITayden About the rooms were:
Misses Crawford, Balrldge, Robinson,
Keeling and Brigden.
The teachers of the Lincoln avenue
school were entertained very pleasant
ly Thursdny evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taber, 667 Lincoln
Avenue. Games were enjoyed and dur
ing the evening refrenhmentß wer»
nerved. The guests were: ProMßsof
Stewart, Miss Bait, Miss Webster, Miss
Lobenateln and Mr. and Mrs. Cartez*
A. D. Oraham, who hns been visiting
here with his wife, has returned to Chi
cago, leaving Thursday evening. Mrs.
Oraham will remain a couple of months
longer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Thompson.
Chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Eddy of Hotel Maryland, a pnrty of
young people from the hotel' went on
Thursday afternoon to Ascot Park to
witness the races. The special car,
Poppy, was chartered for the trip ani
the entire trip was most enjoyable.
Those going were:
Mmea. Thomas Otis, McCorick, Bry-
Hn, Ater, Hall, Garvey, the Misses
Lalng, Hazel Lalng, Edlthe Fabregou,
Ballou, Ward, Bull, Knapp, Morse,
Hall and Messrs. Lalng, Hall, Magle,
Grlswold, Ferguson, Mure, Rhodes,
Otis, Corbln, Carpenter and Hoyt.
The meeting of the alumni of Hock
ford college, which was to have met
at the home of Mrs. W. A. Edwards
on South Orange Grove avenue yes
terday, was postponed a week on ac
count of the funeral of Mra. Baker,
mother of Mrs. Robert Hayneg of Loe>
Angeles, who is the vice president of
the society. Mrs. Edwards is the pres
ident of the Southern California socie
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Mr. and Mrs. Salmon Crosby enter
tained Tuesday evening in honor of tha
board of trustees of the West Side Con
gregational church and their wives, «t
a charming dinner at their home, 662
Pasadena avenue. Pink carnations
formed the decorations of the house
and handsomely appointed dinner table.
Place cards with hand painted pink
roses were at each plate, together with
carnations for each guest, of the same
tint. Assisting Mrs. Salmon were her
two daughters, the Misses Florence and
Adelaide Salmon. Those who were
guests at the pleasant affair were:
Rev. and Mrs. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs.
John Frederick Barnes, Mr. and Mrs.
Guthrie, Prof, and Mrs. James D.
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. • Baumgartner, Mrs.
Emily Macy of the trustees, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wadsworth, Dr. and Mrs.
Lockwood and ex-Governor , and Mrs.
Markhanv of the advisory board.
There was a large and appreciative
audience present at the Auditorium
Tuesday evening for the first of the
three Chamber concerts to be given
this season by Miss Alice Coleman.
She was 'assisted , by . the Kraus quar
tette'and-Mrs. Catherine Collette, the
latter giving several happy vocal solos.
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Mrs. A. B. Johnson and Mrs. E. 0.
Jay entertained the Crystal Card club
Thursday • afternoon at the ' home of
Mrs. J0hn50n,. 466 Oakland avenue.
- Thomas H. Fillmore and Leroy Jep
son entertained yesterday . afternoon
with a very pleasant studio recital,
presenting "An Afternoon with Grelg."
j Miss Mary . Hutchlns, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hutchlns of 358
Boyle avenue, will leave next Tuesday
evening for' New York, to join' her sis
ter. Miss Beatrice Hutching, who is at
tending school there. The young wo
men expect to remain In the east sev
eral years, or until their course of
studies is completed. As a farewell
compliment to their daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Hutchins gave an informal musi
cal last evening, when the following
guests were present: Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
J. Wrenn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pres
ton, Miss Ross, Miss Amy Hutchlns,
Miss- Luclle Roberts, Miss Annie Mott
ram, Prof. Wilde and T. Hutchlns.
Miss Mottram and Mr. and Mrs. Wrenn
entertained the company with vocal
solos and there were Instrumental
numbers by Prof. Wilde, Miss Amy
Hutchins, Miss Roberts and T. Hutch
lns. The parlors were prettily decor
ated with pink carnations, while In the
dining room, where refreshments were
served, violets were artistically ar
Wednesday Drive Whist Club
Mrs. W. E. Hutchason of 2627 Van
Buren place will be at homo Wednes
day afternoon, February 1, to mem
bers of the Wednesday Drive Whist
club. Mrs. John R. Matthews of 730
South Alvarado street entertained the
club delightfully at the meeting held at
her home Wednesday afternoon, lunch
eon being nerved early Jn the afternoon
BEST OF THE HIGH GRADE
Rumford Baking Powder
made of the genuine Prof. HorsforcTs
phosphate adds nutritive elements to
the food, making it superior to all
other Baking Powders.
pound can. half pound can.
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I • T T • JLm» V-/ JLF JL -_ 1 L-7 V-^ JL 1 V-J V-X • A tperia i m \« of Corsets «nrl
%J^ Kid rilovea on Wednesday— ace
BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE T^LTST '- •*_
239 S. Broadwny Opposite City Hall I-os Angeles | £';:,,"£■ ' W """"
•"SLJSar Waists 1-3 Off 1 1 D° lls
South Attte . Clearance at 1-2 Trice
mi cases, made of g.nu.ne Clcamnco Sale of Wool and Velvet Waists Th i rd F i OO r
Sole leather; hand-sewed, with The assortment Is large— the display varied. We are offering some unusual
steel frame and reinforced Scarcely a wanted waist In these materials but what you will find mg U nol| ln wah l "b^sm.e 1( h P ad! l slS-
Irather corners with brass tn the assortment at 83 1-3 per cent reduction from regular prices. lnR pye( ,. a Krear delight to ohil-
every case free of charge. (Cloak and Suit Department) ' ren ' Pg clearance Prlfce, 759
These cases are full 26 and 24 $1.60 for $2.23 Waists $2.50 for $5.60 Waists
Inches, and are worth reg- Blflcki h]ue< brown ari(l rert flan . lleA and wn , te French fl antle i
ularly $9.50 each. Special at nel waists, made with tucks, waists, trimmed with tucks and head— pretty and attractive little
$6.60. plaits and stock collar. Re- piped with black satin. Reduced dolls. Regular $1.60 vaJues.
dU " d fr ° m $2252 ' 25 $I' 61 ' 60 ' |s>d ° t0 * m PiMranc. P.'.'*P> 750 wch
$3 tO $5.50 lieltS $2.00 for $3.00 Wal.t. $8.00 for $7.60 Waltts ig-inch kid body dolls with mov-
CilearailCC at $2.00 Red, blue and black velvet Black, white and light blue French able Joints and sleeping eye«
waists, trimmed with fancy but- flannel waists, trimmed with tucks with eyelashes and bisque heads.
South Jtlsle tons and with stock collar. Re- and ' silk embroidered front, lie- Regular $I.GO vajues.
We place on sale a sample line duced from * 300 t0 |2m dUced frOm tU ° t0 $5m Clearance Price, 760 ,«ach
of very fine leather belts, all $2,00 for $3.50 Waists $6.60 for $10.00 Waists "7 ~~~ ~ Tr '
the newest effects In girdle, Blue am i wn | te dotted flannel Light blue and red batiste cloth __—
crush and fancy straight ef- wool waists with pearl buttons, waists with hnndnnme embroidered _ . ' "'"
fects; with and without fancy Reduced from $3.50 to $2.00. front and plaited stock collar. Re- Belt IIUCKieS
ornaments. They come In black. Wa ,, tB «™* <™ •«.» * 16-50. South
white, brown, tan, green, blue, brown &n& cream $8.00 for $12.50 Waist. A nice assortment of belt
gray, purple and red, and are albatross wool waists, trimmed Tan and white batiste cloth wool buckles In French gray finish;
worth from $3 to $5.50. Special w | tn plaits and tucks. Reduced waists appllqued In plaid silk. Re- worth from $1.00 to $3.00 each.
at $2.00. from $4.50 to $3.00. duced from $12.60 to $8.00. Price, 50c
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Clearance of Rugs , Linen Clearance
All Sizes and Qualities Reduced Most Items at l-£ Off, Some 1-2
Third Floor South Mlsle
27x80 Wilton velvet rugs, fine 9x12 heavy, all-wool Smyrna rugs; 66-Inch bleached satin damask Irish 20x38 hiemmed huck towels, a
quality In dark blue, green, red medallion or allpver designs in tan "nen, Pretty patterns. Regular splendid wearing quality,
or tan ground with floral or and green and red and green. P rlce ' I>o ° tne Price, 75c Clearanc * Prlc *' 6c tc each
oriental figures. Regular price Regular price $30.00 and $35.00. ' 19x40 all white hemstitched huck
, 4Rn n.,,..,. Dri« *!>nnn 72-lnch satin damask table linens, towels with damask borders.
* 4'6o>4 ' 60> „, „, ,, . Clearance Price, $20.00 all new patterns. Regular price Regular 35c values.
Clearance Price, $3.75 . n . 26 the yard. Clearance Price 26c each
8-3xlo-6 best quality Blgelow and • Clearance Price, $1.00 Clearance Price, 25c each
36x63 velvet Wilton rugs, soft, Hartford Wilton rugs, rich, dark 72 _, nch e^ f|ne Ir|gh satln tab ,e W-lnch linen huck ccash, all
rich colorings in green, tan, old colorings in oriental, medallion and damask, assorted patterns. Reg- w " r( T' " eBUlar pnce xoc vne
etc" Sular^Vr •'ST-d'SS' "" PrlCe "" PHCS $IC.et,1 C.e t , h rma n y ce rd Pr Ice,1 ce, $1.35 Clearance Pr.ce, « ,-2c yard
Clearance Pr.ce, $5.00 ' C.earance Pr.ce, $27.50 3-^.nner napkins of^ea^ Scotch *gSiVK_'
30x60 all-wool Smyrna rugs. rugs^T S ""^ Clearance Price, $3.00 "° Pr.ce, 25c each
floral and allover designs, with dark colorln a suitable for parlor, ' Tl o lf Extra fine satin damask table cloths, soiled on the outside,
heavy wool fringe. Regular „. dintnir rnnm nr hprirnnm «**** Sizes from 3xlo to 9x14. Clearance at exactly half,
price $2.50. Z , , IS J? \ .^> nn Prip^ Hand-embroidered tea cloths, 36 inches, ronnd cloths, re-
, Regular price $37.50 and $40.00. JrTlCe duced from $4.00 to $2.00. 32-lnch square cloths, reduced
Clearance Price, $1.50 . Clearance Price, $29.75 from $3.75 to $I.BS. See window display.
before the games. A pretty center
piece for the luncheon table was of
Maman Cochet roses and ferns were
scattered over the cloth. Place cards
were water color sketches of different
varieties of roses. Silver spoons
awarded as prizes were won by Mrs.
J. D. McCauley and Mrs. J. E. Mat
thews. Guesta of the club for the af
ternoon were Mrs, Edward Pallette and
Mrs. Will Conklln.
At the Hotel Pepper
Social life at the Hotel Pepper is
certainly a dejight to the happy family
of guests and to outsiders who are bo
fortunate as to be friends.
The last "Thursday evening" was, if
possible, more enjoyable than the pre
Most of those who sang, danced and
made merry during the evening were
guests, also at dinner, and the beauti
fully appointed dining room formed a
fit setting for the handsomely at
During the social hour which inter
vened between dinner and the dance,
the Hon. Enoch Pepper entertained his
listeners with many happy reminis
cences. Mrs. Belle Caralejon sang dur
ing dinner and later in the evening, an
so also did Miss Janette Jameson. Miss
Ezzle Eskrldge recited.
George E. Hart and Walter S. Brush,
the hosts, were, as always, untiring In
their efforts to make everyone happy.
Butterfly Whist Club
One of the most charming events' of
the week was the whist party given. on
Thursday evening by Mrs. M, Danzigc-r
at her home, 836 South Burlington
avenue. It was complimentary to tlio
Butterfly Whist club, of which Mrs.
Danzlger is the honored president.
The house was made beautiful by cut
flowers and potted plants and fernu.
The parlors and reception hall were
banked with polnsettias, while the din
ing room was trimmed with the club
colors, pink and green. The table was
strewn with countless butterflies. The
score and place cards were dainty
specimens of hand work, also butter
illes. The first prize, a handsome hand
bag, was won by Mrs. J. T. Neighbors;
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A business that is a success mu9t have a platform of principles upon which it stands. These basic
principles, each for itself, should be such that in working to the end of success, there should bp
no friction — the whole working harmoniously and expeditiously together, and each born
of a sense of justice and equity.- BARKER BROS.— unquestionably the largest
and best Furniture, Carpet, Drapery and Picture House on the Pacific Coast
— is an example of a successful business enterprise. It is of such
magnitude that nothing in the country approaches it Noth-
ing stops its continuous and rapid growth. We take
it then that these principles are about right.
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General WM All Classes ~H Employes Are ?^fl
firm and thu p r 1 se s the - th*t the best
Management «j_. Of Trade „•:_: The Best r/s
"ned Tli c _^ for tli» very ___________ insist on «et-
' treat bu»lneii» '■ ■ " ' ' " ' highest class ■' ' " l "" "' """" ting. Their
Is a monument to their por"l»tei.t efforts of trade, the mediocre or the plainest. We service* are as valuabl. to ypu »f th.jr
to make the business what It Is-th. have studiously held the patronage of all are to us and we are fully conscious that
most mnarklhle entwi'rlw. In Its line tii the mmllty of ¥ ood» ranging from the most quality In help l. as es.ontisl v quality In
the entire United State-truly tha marvel Inexpen.lve to the very highest manufac- goods to make the success we have.
of the Furnltura World. tureil, and the plain people being B» much achieved.
at home here as th» rich.
ti r» • The Helllnc ' tif/i Rim Our buyer* are
The Prices F,gS Our Terms ».«£ ? Buy , ggg
We Sell At %r."ii O f Sale $'$&$ W«. SSu€
m.Bn wha* l! *lr goods at of e.perlence
' reason - « uoh Pf' c « »« ' ' ."" |I In buying for
ahi«. nrnAtahl* and free from even a siig- "— ■"■ »— P"^»-«^i— • -* will burdsn the wants of Southern California, trad*
g% b .UoS oV bemg'^lgh? Wheh compa'lSon. you when your .count I. charged If you are 'so full of pre«UM. wrtono. that
ire made our prices are always found to be desire credit you can arrange for It by no goods that are unsalable get Into
"w Our buyln« power together with our application «o our Credit Department, our stock: for that r«»»on we keep It
great volume of^uslne B s makes this possible. where the tame consideration t» «hown as up to th« day. selling quickly and en
If you are paying cuih. »m»U ajarglns.
Prompt in |«« courteous =«£•£ We Will • _¥_'j
Our Delivery Ss Treatment . ET^i »W» « £«
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alw»ynlr«i n f^n one" to^'wo* d.yiT. the consider that for ou, .u^o^TSnV.'S but w. »r. ».w.y. q«.ck to^remTdy'™!.":
bes ' Th?n there Is nu Jwson for ooro" much Indebted to the one a* the other, and thing, even mak ng sacrifices In our work
lalnt eve?y i.£ce of a"odt having passed' no one Is deserving of any special oonsld- of making friends. Misrepresentations we
through most wIUMI esTmln itlon anTbe- eratlon but everybody Is glv.n the most will not tolerate, but mistake, will be right-
Ing deliver*) i n the very best of condition. courteous and pollle attention. ea at any cost.
And We Are Constantly Planning to
HERALD WANT ADS ARE WINNERS