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Part II
LEAVES FROM SOCIETY'S NOTE BOOK
No wedding of the week will be of
more general Interest than that of Mlsa
v Anna Lois Narver and Sherrlll Blalsdei
ysborne, to be solemnized Wednesday
evening at 8:30 o'clock at St. John*
Episcopal church.
£ ££tendants have been chosen and only
' the | day and the hour are needed to
complete arrangements for one of the
most beautifully appointed weddings of
jthe Veason.
V Miss Edith Osborne has been chosen
to serve as maid of honor, while H. C.
Osborne will stand with his brother as
-best man. The maids Include the Misses
Bertha Jones, Ethelwyn Walker, Flor
■ ence Grace, Lillian Montague, Mar
garet Robinson and Josephine Dillon,
while young 'men who will serve aa
ushers are A. J. Copp, Robert Fowler.
Haymond D. Osborne, Clarence B. Os
: borne, Halnes Reed and Charles Hough
ton. .
Miss Narver has been complimented
, guest at many delightful pre-nuptlai
affairs and two of the most Interesting
were given yesterday.
;' -A' gift shower and card ' party wa»
given In her honor yesterday afternoon
' by Miss Ethelwyn- Walker of 1125 Lake
Street. Pink and white, the colors which
I will . predominate In j decorations and
gowns of attendants at > the wedding,
were the colors used In the artiste
.house decorations.
'.- VCards marking the scores made at
• whist,' the game of the afternoon, were
in i;> the shape .of wedding bells'orna
; merited with hand-painted sketches of
, arrow-pierced hearts. Guests were:
- Mrs. "- Perclval Glenn Wlnnett, Mrs.
j Walter Schneff ler. Misses Mary Ber-
Georglana Hodge, Ethel Stodard,
xArley.' Tottenham, Lillian ' Montague,
'Florlne Hellman, . Hortense Jones, Bes
. sic Hellyar, Roberta" Smith, Margaret
■RrL'Sson, Mignonette Hutton, Eliza
beth Hutton, Edith Osborne, Bertha
1 Jones,' Cotta: Owens, ' Annabel Owens,
t Josephine Dillon, Louise Ehrann, Amy
Hellman and Florence Thresher. ■ .
y In the evening Robert A. Fowler gave
a dinner /party at> the Jonathan club,
-.followed by box party at the Orpheum. 1 '
J Mrs.V D.^ C. Narver acted' as chaperon
;'and other guests. were the. members of
* the bridal party. I Covers were laid for
; ■'•■.■
For Eastern Visitor
I }i As i a farewell for her charmjng, young |
'niece, ". Miss." Madge" McHenfy of ;Cam
' bridge,' Ohio, who has been visiting her
J D. McCauley of 926 Westlake
; avenue . gave -a breakfast yesterday
I morning. Miss McHenry left for her
I home ; yesterday at noon and her Los
fAtigeles friends have been vleing\with
'each other to see .who could honor her
.'the ; most durliy^the last week of her
Ljylslt; here. At* i the yesterday affair
■covers 'were . laid for eight at a table
[dainty with \ pink and -white' blossoms.
,1 ; Friday evening' Miss Margarlte Clark
gave a' dinner at Hotel Hollywood and
;Miss McHenry was the honored guest.
-5 Thursday ; afternoon ' a garden ' party
: ]Vas given her | by, Miss Poehler of 1670
?.Wlnfleld street and j Thursday evening
Mrs. ■ James ' Wood of ; Bonnie '••.. Brae
! Street was hostess at a dinner at whlqh
. Bhe ' was complimented guest
'Afternoon Card Party
i A delightful af ternod n affair was the
icaird! party /.given- Friday by Mrs.
George A. | Ralphs of 1050 Arapahoe
ff 4 Street 'In 'honor of Mrs; J. W. Ball of
Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Ball is visiting her
'.; mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
# Messeriey, ; of- 1026 ' South ' Burlington
avenue, and has been the object of
'j much ; social ■ attention. Mrs.; Ralph's
'*<. home was beautifully decorated with
cut flowers and ferns, a different color
■ being used ! in the various rooms. . Yel
low was the color in the parlors and the
.shades harmonized artistically with the
furnishings of the rooms which are fin
ished In gold. The cosy little den ad
joining this .was bright with scarlet
geraniums and in the dining room, liv
ing room and reception halls pink and
'green J was the effective color scheme.
I Beautiful, vases of carnation were used
.' In these rooms and sideboards, mantels
:■ and ; buffets '.were banked with them.
> : Guessing ,, names furnished interesting
diversion for the afternoon and scores
''. were J kept ', on . cards ornamented . with
California scenes. The prizes were won
i,byiMesdames R. W.: Wilson. Bert
; Lewis/; J.: N. Davies, Wallace Sinks, ' J.
tH.T Francis] arid J.C.'Crlbb. Guests of
i the afternoon Included Mesdames J. W.
I Ball," C. : B. Meserly, i J. H. Keif er. J.
% M.V: Davles, ;.- Wallace" Splnks, , Charles
. Pearson, S. J. ' Smith, C. N. Hasson,
<r Newton ! Moore, : Bert Sterns, Paul . Pel
•"perav'i Frank Brooks, ■'.-' William ' Lane,
i. Maud ',', Reese '. Davles, C. K. . Scher
i burne, ]• Warren Hopperstead, ■ Freder
ick'Mattern,'. William Morris, Freder
ick Miner,. J.C. 1 Cribb, J.H. Francis,
■ R.W., '■ .W. Wilson, Bert Lewis, 1 It. S. Lau
ijterman.iW.'.: H.: Stewart,. George. Has
; son,; Jack ; Splalne, Tqd' Cook, William
v Schneider, , W. O. Morton,' George Bug
:',''. b«e,'; A.^McGregor, Burton Williamson,
jjj E. R. Bradley and B." Beamer."
Veteran's Surprise
A very, delightful surprise was given
Wednesday evening at the home of ,W.
H$ Gilbert on ; Arroyo Seco avenue/ in
honor of his sixty-fourth birthday an
nlyeriary..; About fifty guests gathered
In front of his residence,' Including : the
Los "Angeles , Veteran drum corps ■ and
it: number 'of other old soldiers,, neigh*
bora ; and 'friends. lie was serenaded
by the Veterun drum corps, and being
Los Angeles Sunday Herald.
THE CHATTERER
POPULAR ANGELENOS TO BE MARRIED ON WEDNESDAY
an- old soldier f this ' -music:"; recalled
scenes of days gone , by. ' The ' evening
was pleasantly spent with music, . war
stories , and refreshments, j Mr. Gilbert
was also " surprised jby the 'presenta
tion of a handsome - Morris i chair, the
gift of his children. •
Thimble Club .Luncheon
' The Thimble club of Los Angeles
hive No. 1, Li O. T. M., held an all-day
meeting Friday at the home of Mrs.
Ella |M. Clark, 256 East : Thirty-first
Btreet. ; ; ''.'' • ■ ;. \, ' ■■' ;'. ■ ■"■ ■ -•
Luncheon was served ' at noon In
the I grape arbor, on the - lawn and . the
decorations were prettily carried out in
the Maccabee colors of black, red, and
white ■:; . •';■: ;*y v f ■ ' ..' ' -
1 Members \ present were ,. Mesdames
Hattie Palmer Hyde,' Mllisea' Millsap,
Barbara Miller, ' Sadie Davis, . Jennie
Weaver,, Minnie, Sullivan, . ■> Jannette
Dendlnger, Katherine Rennie/f Mary
Lienen, D. J. Allen,' Hattie Walker,
Sarah Elizabeth .Belle Thede,' Blenore
Jones, Fannie Blmendorf, Julia Hal
lock, Louie Bruce, Hattie Tuttle, Jen
nie Fay, Olive Bailey, Jennie Hamilton,
Mary | A. . Merry? * Kate ; Thompson,
Cesso Gross, Anna Gray, Ella M. Clark
and Minnie Clayton.' , ■ " :
Visitors present were Mrs. Rebe and
Misses Elmendorf , Sullivan and Dun
ham. '
The ; next meeting will be held Au
gust 11 at the home of Mrs. D. J. Allen,
260 East Thirty-first street.
Social Evening
The monthly social of Los Angeles
council, Fraternal Aid association, was
held at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. -W.
A. Packard, 323 South ; Grand avenue,
Friday evening. The house, was pret
tily decorated with dahlias, carnations
and potted plants. The following pro
gram was given: Vocal solo, Miss Fan
nie Marple of Troplco; vocal duet. Miss
Fannie Marple and Joseph Marple, jr.;
mandolin . solo, Miss Mabel McClure;
vocal solo, Mrs. W. H. Pitman of Pas
adena; duet, • Mrs." Pitman' and' W. 'A.
Packard. Unique games were enjoyed.
Miss Fannie Marp'le and George ' Mc-
Clure winning the prizes. Refreshments
were served. At j the business j session
two members : were received by trans
fer. The next social will be held at the
home of O. P. Koertlng, 2832 Menlo
avenue, on the evening of August 25.
Birthday Party
A. S. Behymer, the j oldest "young?
member of -the Progress Study circle,
celebrated his seventy-third birthday
last Friday morning at the residence
of his son and daughter, Mr.* and Mrs.
L. B. c 'Behymer, 62S South . Carondelet
street, A pleasing program had .been
arranged, ■ consisting of Instrumental
solos by Louts Curtis, Miss Helen
Lunge and Miss Enid Behymer, vocal
solos by Mlsb Darcy and Elsie IJehy
mer, poems concerning the old homes
In ; Ohio [ and ,.' Virginia were read 'by
"Father" Behymer and a most pleas
ant hour, of , reminiscences added to the
evening's enjoyment.
; ; Supper , was served with Prof . . Louis
Curtis, . sr., . aa i toastmaster, , congratu
LOS ANGELES, CAL., SUNDAY MORNINC*,". JULY 30, 1905.
MISS ANNA LOIS NARVER AND
SHERRILL BLASDEL OSBORNE
latory toasts in response were given by
Prof. M. . C. ,. Bettlnger, Prof. F. J Yale
Adams, Miss Annie Reynolds, R. F.
Train/ Louis F. | Curtis, " sr., j Mabel A.
Summers, L. -E. .Behymer ■ and the
guest of the' evening. ',» .
Progress circle has been in existence
over ten years and during that time A.
S.' Behymer ■ has been- one of its; most
honored . members, \ and.', the . - tributes
tendered : by ' his fellow-members . to ,his
: integrity i •-' justice;^ kindly' •• f seHns^; and
sterling qualities • were many. ' ■• ■'<r l: !.',
\ , Among the ■ guests of the j evening
were : * Louis F. . Curtis, ' M. . C.' Bettln
ger, -Laura' 'A. Bettlnger, F. -Yale
Adams, : , Henry - Lange,' ' , Hannah ?.■ A.
Jackman, Leah . Darcy Adams, Stella
F." Gratrlx, Emily M. Gratrlx, John W.
Gratrlx, ' Mrs. - Henry : Lange, ' Fannie
Lange, Mary F., Darcy, Estella JDarcy
Orr,- Annie Reynolds, Mary . Menden
hall, S. L.' Summers, Mabel A. Sum
mers, Thomas Darcy, R. F. Train,' Vera
M. Train,* Gertrude Duniap, Louis W.
Curtis, Mary W. Curtis, M. B. Sayre,
L. E. Behymer, Enid Behymer, Georgia
Sparkes, Elsie Behymer, Gien . Behy
mer, Sylvia. Behymer, Mrs. L. E. j Be
hymer, Mrs. Graves, Mrs. P.' W. Shan
non.;. • . ; ' ,
Suffrage Symposium
Tuesday afternoon, August 1, thera
will be a suffrage symposium iat the
Venice assembly, under' the auspices of
the Los Angeles Equal Suffrage league.
Miss Susan B. • Anthony will be Intro
duced by Mine. Caroline M. Severance
and • Mrs. Rebecca Spring, and Rev.
Anna Shaw, | who j will deliver an ad
dress, will be Introduced t>y Rev. Eliza
Tupper Wllkes.: Other speakers of the
afternoon are Hon. j Frank E. Monett
and Rev. J. Frank. Dr. Shaw will an
swer questions at the close of the
symposium. - ;::. '''■: ■
"The New Man" is the subject of Dr.
Shaw's : evening, lecture. Private cars
have been [ chartered to leave Fourth
and Hill streets at 1:30 o'clock.
Complimentary Card Party
Mrs. Hattle Palmer Hyde entertained
a number of friends" Saturday evening
at •; her i residence, 640 | South , Flower
street, -in honor, of the Misses Gibson
of; San Francisco- and Mrs. .: Hanf ord.
The decorations were cut flowers and
potted palms. The evening 'was spent
in playing whist, Mrs. H. j W. , Rennie
and Miss Jennie Shane ' "winning the
honors. , Those present were: Mrs. 'M.
A, Millsap, Jennie Fay, Minnie Sullivan,
Olive Bailey, Mrs. G. W. Rennie, ■ Jen
nie Shane, . Minnie Clayton,' Miss Alice
Gibson, Miss Grace Gibson, Mrs. M. L.
Short and Mrs. Hattle Palmer Hyde.
Visiting Bride's Aunt and Uncle
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McCormlck of 906
South 'Bonnie Brae street have as their
guests Mr. and Mrs.'^W. P.tO'Meara,
who have just returned from their wed
ding ' trip. Mrs.' O'Meara will ! . be , re
membered as Miss Kitty McCormlck,
one of the most feted of , the season's
brides. After a few weeks visit in Los
Angeles. they will go to Salt Lake to
make their home. '
Celebrate 'Feast Day
The El Hogar Fella \' and Bor\a .of
Montezuma of the Plaza church are
preparing to celebrate the feast day of
Los Angeles,' August 15, -with ,elabor
ate exercises. The program will be
given . in ' the old : patio iof : the , church,
where a ' stage has been ] erected. The
following numbers will have a. place on
the • program : v Overture, violin; ' 'Misses
Store closes at Ip. m.\ /if A^ fl \ffyf /J IL j\i SW\ O tTV * nth ? r<ia Unln * sltka to
Saturdays during July \J%Z J'\jJ\JUJ£wMJJtUO %&?• match every dress ma.
and August. ])RY GOODS | terlal, 19 In. wlde,sScyd.
V SPRING AND THIRD ST3.
A Sacrifice on Specially Priced
Seasonable Silks Wash Goods
$1.00 and $1.25 Grades Reduced to, Yard 50c 15c and 12 I-2c Organdies Now, Yard 7 1 -2 c
Something like 2000 yards of seasonable, wantable dress silks go Dainty pastel printings on white grounds, Dresden and pompadour,
on sale tomorrow at fifty cents a yard. In all probability this will designs, dark, medium and light colorings, styles one can t help ad-
be about the last chance this season of buying good reliable, stand- miring. , Reduced for tomorrow's clean-up sale from 7-^C I
ard style silks at anything near this price, in time to get the good 15c and 12 ,l-2c to, yard. — »..„ .„.- -.- — -..— — ••. **f<j
out of them before the summer is over. 15c to2ocWash Goods Reduced tO.YordlOc'
• There are dress lengths infancy taffetas, louisines, foulards, •_— .. - . u \ :' \ n . •;,'' „„* vv n „} ar A. IBnr r,l
peau de cygnes and chiffon taffetas; checks, plaids,' dots, mix- P««y Organdies, Lawns, Batistes. Duxi.ties and Foulards some
tures. -floral and foliage designs; embroidered and printed pongees, of the present season's best styles and colorings. ...You^ll r,«d i
Brownvblues and greens, and changeable effects are inthe ma- , just such thmgs the next two months more urgently than ever.
jority. There is also a broad ran 2 e of colorings in plain taffetas Choice of these five lines tomorrow, yard 10c
which come in lengths suitable for petticoats, drop skirts, etc. 50c Silk Ginghams Reduced to, Yard 25c
, ,' TheVfancies , are worth— and have sold up • until now— from alf s jit' ginghams in fancy loom effects/a dozen soft; delicate colbr«V
$1.00 to $1.25 a Yard, and the plain taffetas are our regular! ingg with j ac q uar d figures thrown up in white silk. •; Regular ■ fifty 't
85c and $1.00 qualities. /v ; ; ; cent values the world over. Your choice here at this counter t to-"
; ; ■:! Choice Tomorrow 50c a Yard, .;..;,, • J^P^Pyf.^ , ya^ d . 2 , 5<: \ ;■',>'■ '."•'•'^,;. : ',.U ■..,- .';, ' :\i f
' WoblenDress Materials S/^i^^ 00
cTVlany of these textures will be as much favored for Fall and Winter costumes as for Summer gowns; colors, too, are as desirable
as'any you'll see among the Fall assortments when they arrive. But our rule is to carry over nothing from one season to another;,
arid tomorrow; 'these 'several 'thousand yards goat less than half value. . .; . •
Tweeds Mohairs Panamas Crystal Crepes Pans Crepes
v Cheviots Shepherd Checks Etamines Voiles Chiffons deSoie
Sicilians Crepellas Twines | Eoliennes -Crepe Meteor
You will count it time well spent in looking over, this lot of novelties— can't afford to miss it. ,
Choice Tomorrow 65c fl; Yard A
White 1 Wash Suits 1-S Under Price
Swiss, lawn, dimity and linen suits' that have been made with painstaking . care, after. the very latest models.: Some are eleborately-^
finished with Valenciennes lace, English embroidery, tucks, plaits, ! flounces • and hemstitching; others ' tastefully made after, the tailor
fashion. 'At the regular prices these pretty suits are most interesting and at these prices they will prove doubly so. .
$20 Values for $ 1 3.35 $ 1 2.50 A^uesfw $8.35
: Cloth Suits, Silk Suits and bemi.Costu^ - J'[
HandsomeWaists ßeduced | White Linen Parasqls ; N^ Wool Skirts
I $4.50 to $5.50 Values $3.50 A showing of new styles New Linei\ SkirtS
1 Fine;.whiti»4awn.arid!lndia'lirion,waists in- ,? .. ; .. ... v . „, : r .. ■■ /: :jr.~ .h.-u^^^z
• tVw.;i{niT».rJ(.' «twiM» daintv;VflL ; lace and ; „ jf- .. ' . ■„.', r v First showing tomorrow of a new line of
"^'•--""-•■"T™:"""™™'™""™^- 1 ' " ■ ■■'■-■' ones 'are the ■ prettiest - we've seen; . „ ' , ' t ' : ,i' vl*
i Naw White Waists $100 finished with hemstitching ; or broderie New . woolen skirts in pretty, light
\*_ ."?.*. r Anglaise bands; neat, substantial wood weight materials; the popular mixed
eTWade of. fine, ■„ sheer lawn; embroidery handles; splendid values/ too,' at ■; grays, Fashions latest ideas in cut," color
; newone. l Ansizesat,each.....;....«P|»vU V showing at $7.50 each to ; ffJf^
& STORE i^mm W
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JjirCl.S" JiyC i ,'JlLftpi.G.~ — !! — 1......~... : ■ i. -.;_;■ ."'...•:• ••„... ...... '..;;-.■ -' . ; ,
Hi 120%1 20 % Below i. M^Mfi 11118111111 ;
the Price of Others I l| D^eSSerS
£ -:■' ■ ■■.■■'■■■■ :,, ~ 11%: -mA \j : ' That Must Be Seen .f,
Large; Assortment ' ■ to Be Appreciated §]
S Including Princess ~*~~ ■' " "__?( -~~ — ~
1 r^ j iii YT^^PST^Pm Solid Oak 7R p
l Dressers and All |1 .- -^11 : j^p F r e n C hP.-«e jy.ld l
c Latest Styles v ' \lmi SS $18.75 c
L | ' - : - ,■■•■-,-' v " '■■■•^aßlfl Curly Birch OI7R E
t| Many With Chiffoniers to vv ' rrße 'T\ — ZZ t
°| ..;.Matxii.... I F^^^p 1 |
| All Bedroom Furniture Reduced ™ s^g ck f
r PURE WHITE WMOut. FIRS^LASS I
[felt Mattresses $12.50 Hair Mattress $12.5() |
Silk floss Mattresses Qj^m(j^jSS^^/c^ Your Credit
$7.50 ' \sif^6&sfimfey Is Good I
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