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| SUBURBAN NOTES f
(Contlnneii from I'nit« Three)
sen, W. A. Knudsen, Ruth Knudsen,
Hawaiian Islands; F. E. Wright and
wife, Lewlstown, Mont.; Col. C, W.
Origge, Jessie Thompson," Tacoma,
Wash.; Miss Helen Staples, Dubuque,
Iowa; Mrs. J. R. Smith, Denver; Mrs.
J. W. Van den Bosch, New London,
Conn.; G. H. De Golynr and wife, Cin
cinnati, O.; M. P. Dalton, New York
Miss Beth Brahm of 1384 Ingraham
street has returned from a visit with
friends at Brawley, Cal.
The pupils of the Westlake school for
girls enjoyed an Easter vacation last
J. B. Herbert of San Diego Is occupy
ing the Anderson cottage on Eagle Rock
The Easter supper and entertainment
at the Methodist church last Tuesday
evening netted the church $50.
Thomas McCarthy is building a
modern cottage on Klrby street in the
Renhold Johnson and Peter Peterson
have purchased of Malcolm Campbell-
Johnston, through the agency of Crltes,
Myers & Kulll, seven acres In the Rock
dale tract, which they are Improving
for their homes.
Garvanza camp, Modern Woodmen, at
its meeting last Monday evening, in
itiated two candidates and received two
applications for membership. The camp
will give a dance next Monday evening
In Miller's hall.
The Vernon and Central Avenue Im
provement associations have secured
sufficient signatures of the property
owners of Central avenue, to warrant
ths' paving of the avenue from Twelfth
street to the city limits, to cost about
A. C. Christern of Riverside has pur
chased the store building and lot on
the southwest corner of East Fifty
fourth street and Central avenue.
A. C. Francis has purchased through
the agency of E. W. .Casey, a lot on
the southwest corner of Fifty-third
and Main streets. He will Improve the
Mr. and Mrs. Glbblns are occupying
the cottage of Mrs. Riders, 1032 Lee
street. Mr. Glbbins is motorman on
the Los Angeles railway.
Mary Albert has purchased a lot on
Huber avenue and will build for a
Eighteen modern cottages are belnpr
built on the Robert Marsh Central
avenue tract between Central and
Hooper avenues and East Forty
seventh and Forty-eighth street.
Mrs. E. S. Blanchard chaperoned her
Sunday school class of girls of the
Vernon Methodist church on a basket
picnic near Garvanza last Wednes
A box social will be given by Ranler
Council, Fraternal Aid association,
next Tuesday exenlng In Buck's hall.
. Superintendent Isaac S. Smith of the
Vernon Methodist church Sunday
school, hijfl secured a fine assortment
of Perry pictures descriptive of the
life of Christ, to be distributed to his
Sunday school pupils.
Mrs. Mattle Atwater of San Fran
cisco was the guest of Dr. and Mra
J; ,W. Epperson, 958 Fifty-second
street last week.
. A party visited Hollywood Wednes
day, consisting of Mrs. E. Muters
baugh, Mrs. R. Watklns, Mrs. E.
Wyckoff, and Miss G. White. , Mrs.
Watklns and Miss White will soon re
turn to their home In Mitchell, S. D.
Lady West hive No. 66 will give a
dance Wednesday evening, April 26, !n
Akey'B hall. The Maccabee orchestra
will furnish music. The proceeds will
be for the benefit of the hive.
The Thursday Afternoon Literary
club will meet at an all-day session
this week at the home of Mrs. Orr, 3431
G. C. Parrlsh, hoseman at Engine
company No. 12. has resigned his posi
tion In the fire department and taken a
position as patrolman on the police
D. W. Swanner of the firm of Swanner
& Smith has come from Santa Ana and
purchased a house and lot at 330, West
Avenue Fifty-three, where he resides
with his parents.
. C." I. Rltchey has had as his guest W.
H. Rltchey and C. W. Bradburn of
Murletta, I. T. They have returned to
A new street 1b being laid out between
Avenues' Fifty-two and Fifty-three
called Elllta place, extending from l'as
adena'uvenue to Marmlon way.
The Rev. K. O. Mclntler, pastor of the
Highland Park Methodist church, and
wife have returned from a stay of
several weeks at Long Bench.
C. W. Smith and family of Mesa ex
pect to start for their home In Pitts
burg, Pa., this week. John Smith will
occupy the residence vacated.
The Highland Park Methodist church
will give an entertainment next Friday
evening at the church. A "humana
phone" will be given. Richard B. Har
rison, reader, and James Logan, lyric
tenor, will take part.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fenner, guests of
the Urban home, who were recently
married, have gone to Nevada to reside.
H. Kelly Is building a modern resi
dence on his lot on East Forty-third
street, near South Park avenue. His
mother will occupy it when completed.
J. Sneed of Mexico, Mo., has pur
chased the residence at 4407 South Park
avenue for a home.
The Maccabee Building company Is
building six cottages. on East Fifty
third street, between South Park ave
nue and Walrath street.
V. Spencer of Santa Monica visited
his brother, T. A. Spencer, at the South
Park hotel last week.
F. S. Brown, guest of the South Park
hotel, and Miss Llllle Waverly visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey and daughter,
recently from Philadelphia, who were
guests of the South Park hotel, are oc
cupying the cottage at 854 East Fifty
C. D. Kroesen of the firm of Kroesen
Bros., went to San Pedro Tuesday on a
W. L. Durham and W. R. Keith, who
are In the employ of the Los Angeles
railway, are recent arrivals at the
South Park hotel.
Wilbur Grant of Nashua, N. H., has
purchased the grocery store of J. J.
John Peterson, In the employ of the
Los Angeles railway, is stopping at the
J. Shaw has purchased a lot on East
Fifty-third street, between South Park
avenue and Walrath street, and will
build a residence. Also Mrs. M. Ben
jamine has purchased an adjoining lot
and will build.
Albert Adams Is building a five-room
modern cottage on his lot on East
Forty-ninth street, east of South Park
H. L. Rankln and daughter Gertrude,
v/ho have been visiting their parents
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Rankln, 1353 East Twenty-first street,
have returned to their home In Tucson.
Mr. Archer, street car conductor, who
was recently married, is occupying the
cottage at 1373 Walnut street with his
Frank Brown, owner of the bakery,
corner Washington street and Central
avenue, has gone to Milwaukee on a
Lady Lutltla hive No. 37 gave a
dance In Central hall last Monday
W. F. Thorne Is building a modern
residence on East Eighteenth street,
between Central avenue and Naomi
Albert Ingalls Is repairing his house
at 1336 East Twentieth street, prepara
tory to occupying It.
BOYLE HEIGHT 3
Arrivals at Hotel Mt. Pleasant are:
Mrs. A. McClellan, St. Paul; Mrs. Rose
H. Jones and son, Dodgevllle, Wls. Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Buckholtz of Toledo, 0.,
who have been guests of this hotel,
have moved Into their residence on
Evergreen street. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Wild started Friday on their return to
their home In Boston, Mass.
Mrs. A. M. Robb of Omaha, who has
been vlsltng her sister, Mrs. L. B. Stiles,
guest of Hotel Mt. Pleasant, has re
turned to her home.
The men's prayer meeting of Boyle
Heights will be held at the home of
Judge R. M. Lusk, 147 North Soto street,
Miss Helen Steuart of 1608 Brooklyn
avenue is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. S, Steuart, In Portervllle, Cal.
EA3T LO3 ANGELES
Mrs. Mary A. Adams' and Miss Lillian
York's Sunday school classes of tho
Bast Los Angeles Baptist church gave
a concert Friday evening, for the benefit
of the piano fund.
Montgomery council, Y. M. 1., will
give a social dance In Y. M. I. hall next
. H. M. Arnold, letter carrier, la away
at the mountains on a vacation of two
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerlach of Avenue
Twenty-six have gone to Wisconsin to
visit relatives. The Rebekah lodge gave
them a farewell reception before
The Thlmbls club of Kenesaw nellef
corps met Tuesday at tha home of Mrs.
McKeag, 2523 Patadejia avenue.
LOS ANGELES HERALD j SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1905.
I Out-of-Town Society |
Riverside white rlbboners tendered a
reception Wednesday afternoon to Mrs.
L. M, N. Stevens and Miss Anna Gor
don, national officers of the W. C. T.
U., who have been In attendance nt
the convention this week. Mrs. Stella
B. Irvine, Mrs. B. F. Rockhold, Mrs.
H. P. Keyes and Mrs. W. I. Gleason of
the local union, by the county officers,
Mra. Allle Simmons, Mrs. N. P. J. But
ton, Mrs. Sarah Ford, Mrs. Elsie Bar
ber and Mrs. Florence Cutts acted as
receiving committee and the refresh
ment tables were presided over by Mrs.
Batktn, Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Tucker and
Mrs. Stella Irvine gave a luncheon
jClonday at the Glenwood In honor of
Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, Miss Anna Gor
don and Mrs. Helen M. Barker of the
W. C. T. U. Other guests were officers
of the local union.
Mrs. Irvine again entertained the
distinguished visitors at an Informal
tea at her home on Walnut street
Monday evening. ' Mrs. Allle Simmons,
county president of the W. C. T. U.,
was also a guest.
An elaborate banquet was served at
the Glenwood Tuesday evening, the
closing feature of the convention of
the State Medical society. Toasts
were responded to as follows, Dr. E. W.
Fleming of Los Angeles acting as
toastmaster: "The Young Man In
Medicine," Dr. J. Maher, Oakland;
"The Doctor In Public Life," Dr. H. G.
Bralnard, Los Angeles; "St. Peter vs.
Esculapius," James P. Booth, Los An
geles; "The Scholar in Medicine," Dr.
James Mcßrlde, Pasadena; "The Medi
cal Humorist," Dr. Robert F. Rooney,
Auburn; "The Old Guard," William
Fitch Cheney, San Francisco.
The wives of the visiting doctors
were entertained at tea in the Glen
wood adobe Tuesday afternoon by the
wives of local physicians, and Thurs
day afternoon the ladles of the Vic
toria club received the visitors at the
The Baraca boys of the First Meth
•odlst church of this city, with their
girl friends and chaperones, were the
guests of the Redlands Baraca class of
the Congregational church Wednesday
night. A program was given. Includ
ing musical selections, readings and a
little play, after which a banquet was
served In the dining room.
The marriage of Miss Mamie ■A.
Thompson and James N. Singletary
was solemnized at the bride's home on
East Fifth street, Wednesday evening.
Rev. E. J. Inwood officiating.
William T. Henderson was host at a
dinner party given Tuesday evening at
the Glenwood In honor' of Miss Julia
Mclntyre and Mr. Merriman, who are
to be married next Monday.
Miss Fay Frazee was given a birth
day surprise party Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Jessie K. Wells of Park avenue
and J. E. Schermerhorn of Hlghgrpve
were married at the Methodist parson
age Wednesday morning, Rev. J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Myers left Tues
day for' their new home at Arlington.
John M. Turner and family of Am
sterdam, N. V., were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Duncan on Thursday.
They have recently returned from a
trip to Honolulu, Manila, Japan and
China and are on their way to New
Mr. and Mrs. P. McCarthy departed
last week for their home at Aurora,
Neb., after on extended visit with
their son, John McCarthy and his
family. Miss Henrietta McCarthy,
their granddaughter, accompanied
A number of friends of Martin Mar
tinson grave him a pleasant surprise
lit his home in Olive on the eve of his
departure to lowa last week.
The Women's Pleasant Hour club
assisted by the members of the
Llb'rary club tendered a fnrewell re
ceptlon to Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Browning
who will Boon move to Monrovia, Sat
urday evening. Music was furnished
by the Highland orchestra. The doctor
and his wife have lived in Highland
over ten years and wew Instrumental
In the organization of the Library club
of which the doctor wbb president for
a number of years.
A Lenten wedding took place last
"Wednesday evening at the home of
Itev. and Mrs. Madden when , Mitts
, Mabel Richards became the bride of
Hoy Ward. They were attended by
Misa Annabelle Richards, the brideo
sister, and William Lytle. Both young
people are well known In Highland
where they will make their home.
The young men's 11. T. C. club en
tertained on Friday evening vt last
week In honor of Miss Ruth Sterns nnd
her guest, Miss Grace Tarbcll of Los
For her guest, Miss Tarbell, Mlfh
Sterns entertained with progressive
games on Saturday afternoon at her
home on Palm avenue.
The regular meeting of the Women's
Card club was held at the home of
Mrs. J. 11. Yerkes on Wednesday
Hon. C. 11. Crose and family of
Shenandoah, lowa, who have been
guests of C. L. Frazer on Palm avenue
for some time, left Wednesday to visit
other points of interest In Southern
ELSINORE, April 20.— Invitations
have been issued for the marriage of
Miss Josephine Henderson of Los An
geles, a former resident of Klsinore, to
Fredrick R. Beaumont aIBO of Los An
geles, the wedding to take place
Wednesday, April 26.
Mrs. J. N. Brubaker, a teacher of the
primary grades of the school here, has
received notice of the death of her
father, Mr. Materson in Oklahoma.
Claud Craft went to Riverside Wed«
nesday to remain for a week with his
mother who has been In a hospital
there for several weeks.
Miss Minnie and Miss Martha Ted
ford and Misses Helen Stafford, of
Los Angeles, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Maxwell at the Hot Springs
Mrs. Sam Bowers and Mrs. William
McDivitt of Compton, who have oc
cupied a Sumner avenue cottage for
three weeks, returned home Wednes
Miss Noma Clewett has returned to
Los Angeles after spending a few days
In Elsinore at the home of her brother,
G.. A. Clewett.
Mrs. Case of Long Beach, who re
turned home Wednesday.
The members of the High School
Athletic association gave a delightful
ball at Armory hall last Saturday
evening In honor of those from other
schools who were in attendance at
the field day. During the evening
medals were awarded to the winners
in the athletic sports.
Miss Flossie Bates of Los Angeles
is visiting In Ventura.
Mrs. M. E. Day has returned from a
visit with friends in Santa Barbara.
Miss Myrtle, daughter of Town Trus
tee McGulre, was married In Los An
geles Saturday to Philip Glizen, a
prominent druggist of that city.
Misses Maud and Cora McGonigle
attended the "Lucia."
Rev. Robert Gordon, rector of the
Episcopal church of this city, was or
dained in Santa Barbara on Wednes
Misses Myrtle Dennlson and Vera
Reppy are home from the normal
school in Los Angeles for a short visit.
Miss Bessie, daughter of County Su
perintendent G. L. Sackett, is here
from Los Angeles for a brief vacation.
Mrs. J. S. Collins and Mrs. W. L.
Lewis have been attending the con
vention of the W. C. T. U. at Bards
dale this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dutton enter
tained at dinner Monday evening at
their home on Laurel street.
Captain Tufnell Peacocke and Mrs.
Leland Bagley of Los Angeles gave
"Playlets" at G. A. R. hall Wednesday
evening, for the benefit of N. P. Banks
W. R. C. &£fil
Mrs. B. L. West entertained the
Tropico Missionary society of the Pres
byterian church Wednesday afternoon.
If your complexion Is muddy, sallow
find pimply, you are probably troubled
with a t"fi>l<l liver and more or less
constipation. You must have a movement
of the bowels each day. otherwise thn
bile from the liver and impurities of the
body beooine absorbed Into the blood
Instead of being carried on through tlu
natural channels, the bowels. Look more
aftnr your diet, avoiding greasy foods
and rich pantries. I'artake more freely
of vegetable foods. Take one
at night before retiring.' "VKIoiIBTH"
are a tiny, chocolattf-ooated tonlo la**-
tlve tablet that move* the bowels gently,
yet thoroughly, each day, curing cbrunle
conetlpatloii, biliousness uud sick bead-
ache. They cool, cleanse and purify the
blood, and *re sold by druggUts In ttc
packnies ((0 tablets) and trial sUs (16
ÜbleU) for 10c. |h|
MAIN <^^. STREET. (
30* 420-2-4 SP.SPRING^^ S.TR.EETJ
Just as light in weight as it is possible to make it.
Just as strong and durable as any ordinary furniture.
Just as artistic in design as the brain of 'man can conjure.
Just as pretty in color effects as dainty blended greens and tans can possibly be.
Just as economical as any furniture suitable for the same purpose. / • " "
Just a little ahead of all other styles for cottage, porch and lawn use.
Just as appropriate for the home as reed, oak or mahogany. :
Just a little daintier than other furniture and in just as good taste.
We Are How Showing the
Comprising the very handsomest designs in pattern and weave, ever before produced.
. On Exhibition on Our First Floor
and in Our South Window
Luxurious Arm Chairs, Large Easy Rockers, Ladies' Small Rockers,'
Swings for the Porch or Lawn, Couches for the Den, Morris Chairs,
Settees, Center and Tea Tables, Ottomans, Foot and Leg Rests.
Quality and Design, Jls Well Jis Finish, Are Superb
Crex Mattings and Rugs
Crex Mattings are not only durable, but they are artistic. They are sanitary and economical, made from
American Wire Grass, woven in American mills. We have a large assortment of the mattings by the yard,
also Crex Matting Rugs. They are especially adapted for use in summer homes and beach cottages. The yard
wide matting sells for 50c. The rugs are priced as follows:
• . ' .
6x9 feet Crex Rugs #5.00
Bxlo feet Crex Rugs $7.50
9x12 feet Crex Rugs $10,00
f^^L. -413-5-7 S? MAIN < %^- STREET.
JB^ -420-S-4 59 SPR\HGJr STREET.,
$5000 in Gold Free
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fur elegant lots, 40x135) c«meitt walks Hv«
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