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SHOW FLORAL ART
IN TABLE DESIGN
PRIZES AWARDED FOR LUNCH
Blue Ribbon Goes to Jack d'Ortlgnae
for Display In Violet, White and
Green, and Miss Ethellnd Lord
Four beautiful round tables deco
rated for a dinner or luncheon party
v/ere the center of attraction at the
flower show yesterday. It was table
decorating day, and Symphony hall,
which Walter Raymond has connected
with Blanchard hall by a quaint rustic
bridge, was crowded all afternoon and
evening with people deslroun of Beelng
the work of the decorators. Each table
was a work of art, and It would have
been hard to find four more varied in
arrangement and color scheme.
Mrs. Randolph Miner, Mrs. Robert J.
Burdette, Mrs. John O. Mossln, J. B.
Pomeroy and Will Wolters, the flower
Judges, were on hand at 1 o'clock to
award the ribbons to those who had
achieved the most beautiful results,
and their tank was a difficult one.
Jack D'Ortlgnac of Morris Oolden
son's was finally given the blue ribbon
for first prize and Miss Ethellnd I^ord
received the second. The first prize
winning table was decorated In violet
and white and grreen. A large basket
filled with cyclamens, lllles-of-the-val
ley and ferns occupied the center of
the table. Smaller baskets of violets
rested at each place, and fronds of
maidenhair fern were scattered over
the cloth. Green Bhaded candelabra
and all the appointments for a correct
dinner table completed the effect.
Bride's Table Wins Second
Miss Lord's table was designed for a
bride, and pink and green were the
colors used. Four large hearts of Cecil
Bruner roses and maidenhair ferns
formed an effective centerpiece, and
tiny baskets of the same flowers
marked each place. Favors were tiny
pink bonbon boxes filled with candled
rose leaves, the work of Miss Bessie
March of South Pasadena. The roses,
leaves and ferns were also scattered
over the cloth and the candles were
shaded with pink rosebud shades.
Place cards also had sketches of rose
buds In water color.
. Miss Forman received honorable men
tion for a table containing a beautiful
arrangement of liberty roses. The
blossoms were arranged In n huge bas
ket ornamented with a fluffy bow of
pale. green tulle. Green tulle roses and
ferns were arranged effectively on the
cloth and tapers burned In red rose
Miss Winifred Waite decorated a
table for .Howard & Smith, which was
a handsome affair in red. Transvaal
daisies and maidenhair ferns were
employed in a centerpiece. The table
was not entered In the competition.
Since the success of the show is as
sured th-ire are congratulations on
every hand for Fred H. Howard, the
chairman of the committee. President
Edward Bray and Secretary Braunton.
Miss Winifred Wnite and Miss Klosle
Forman, who have worked untiringly,
ere also receiving a large share of
Maids Appear In Pink
' Mrs. A.' B. Glass was the chairman
In the refreshment room yesterday, and
all the part of the building allotted to
her was decorated with pink mamon
cochet roses. The young women who
assisted her wore dainty pink aprons
and pink caps with. large pink satin
bows. Mrs. Glass' assistants were Mes
dames Andrew Glassell, George E. Ad
ams, Otto Wllke, J. B. Wilson, J. A.
Wright, F. E. Potter, K. G. Watson,
W. O. Coliver, Grace Stevens, Cather
ine Potter, Misses Lena Terrill. Elsie
Krug, Lula Stevens, Jessie Anthony,
Andrletta Glassell, Green, Helen Glass,
Iteba Boyer, Emma Adams, Kuth
Mrs. J. G. McLean will have charge
today and the plans are especially un
usual. It is to be Spanish day and
Spanish dainties of nil kinds will be
served. The decorations will bo in the
Spanish colors, and the younff women
who assist will be attired In Spanish
costumes. In the evening there will
be music by the La Golnndrina club
of Spanish dancers and singers. Many
beautiful Spanish dances will bo given
as well ns Spanish sours.
Mrs. McLean's assistants are Mes
dames Chalmers Smith, J. C. Koop,
U. C. Anderson, Lafayette Lewis, H. C.
Terrill, A. B. Armstrong, J. E. John
son, Misses Alma Patch, Moselle An
derson, Vera Martin, Clara Siebert,
Roso Cunningham, Marie House, Ger
trude Bresee, Hazel Bell, Marguerite
The Schoolmaster Glee club, under
the direction of Prof. J. B. Poulln,
furnished an interesting musical pro
gram last evening.
County Farm Inmates' Outing
Over 100 inmates of the Los Angeles
county farm were the guests of C. M.
Pierce of the "balloon route" yester
day and enjoyed the day of their lives.
All the usual stops were made and a
ride taken on the roller coaster.
Luncheon was served at Playa del Rey.
Dr. P. Price of the farm accompanied
THE EASY OIL.
Scott's Emulsion is
11 the easy oil"— easy to
take, easy in action. Its
use insures deliverance
from the griping and nau-
seating sensation peculiar
to the raw oil. Nobody
who has any regard for
tHeir stomach thinks of
taking cod liver oil in the
old way when Scott's
Emulsion is to be had.
It is equally certain that
no one having a regard for
their health will accept a
cheap emulsion or alco-
holic substitute for Scott's
Emulsion. It fulfills ev-
ery mission of cod liver
oil arid more.
•COTT & BOWNI, 4*t Pt.rl ((rut, Mew Ytrb.
PRETTY GIRL IN SPANISH
COSTUME TO RIVAL FJLOWERS
Spanish Maids Who Are Taking Part in the Horticultural Fair: Ger.
trude Bresee, Clara Seibert, Ethel Maitre, Rose Cunningham, Mo.
zelle Anderson, Marguerite Meyers, Hazel Ball, Vera Martin, Alma
Ditch and Marie Rouse
—Photos taken especially for The Herald by the Palace Studio.
FRANCE SENDS CRUISERS
Ships Arrive at Martinique In Antlcl.
patlon of Trouble With
By Associated Press.
FORT DB FRANCE, Martinique,
Nov. 3. — The French armored cruiser
JX'snix, Admiral Hevoe de la Payrere,
which sailed from Cherbourg on Octo
ber 15, arrived this morning and 1b now
coaling. There are two other French
cruisers here, the Troude and the Jurlen
de la Uravlere.
A dispatch from Paris, October 16,
Bald that the departure of the Desuix
for Martinique Inaugurated the prepar
ation for deuling with the Venezuelan
question with a strong hand if Presi
dent Castro persisted In his course
The Jurien de la Gravlere Is a nee
olid-china cruiser and ,|he Troude a
«i » -, i. ■
If Tea want to »o mat, O. Hardock,
Agt, lUiuuia C«otrjU R. R.. 288 a. avilu*.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, J 9 0 5 . "
FIRE CAUSES PANIC
Great Excitement in a Box Factory in
New York, but All Escape
NEW TOnK, Nov. 3.— Two hundred
Rlrlu and fifty men, at work in Freder
ick Neff's paper box factory at King
and Greenwich streets, were thrown
Into a panic by a fire which completely
destroyed the building.
So (julckly did the flames spread that
less than tifty of the young women
hud time to get out by the stairs. The
rent were rescued by firemen, who
tarried them down the ladders to the
street. All escaped unhurt. The total
('ainnKP was estimated at $140,000.
GAS FOR FUEL
If you credit your gas fuel bill
with the saving of renovating your
rooms, gas bill will be very small.
BOND SALE DELAY
MONEY FOR PURCHASE HAS
City Treasurer Workman's Work
Completed Early Thursday Even*
Ing, In Time to Hsve Been
Turned Over to Easterners
The fnllure of the enntern capitalists
to hflv«> the money In Los Angeles to
pay for the $1.800,000 tanue of water
bonds ngnln held up the award of thfl
Issue to R H. Kolllns A Sons nnd N. W.
Harris & Co. The money now la on
the wny nnd it Is expected will be here
In time for the council to take action
at Its session next' Monday.
"Uncle Billy" Workman, city trens
urer, affixed his signature to the last
of the 2000 bonds before 6 o'clock Thurs
day evening nnd they were finished In
time to have been turned over to the
eastern syndicates' representative nt
the special session of the council, but
the representative did not have tho
money to turn over to the city treas
The delay in turning over the bonds
to the eastern syndicate Is due to a
misunderstanding between the city nt
torney and the representative of the
eastern people. Mr, Schoemaker, who
represents Ilollns & Harris, was under
the Impression that the money could
be paid over ns well In New York ns
In Los Angeles and when told by the
city attorney that the spot cash would
have to be on hand he Immediately
telegraphed his employers, and they
sent word thnt they would use all
diligence to have the money here as
soon as possible.
Unless the money Is on hand by
Monday it la probable that the bonds
may not be turned over to the pur
chasers for two or three weeks as the
council already has taken leave of
absence, to begin next Thursday even-
Ing, for two weeks, during which time
the members will visit the Owens river
valley in a body.
PROF. HINCKLEY MUST GO
Ousted From Boston University by
Methodists oh a Charge of
By Associated Prea*
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 3.— The
board of bishops of the Methodist Epis
copal church will Inform the trustees of
the Boston University School of The
ology on next Monday that the plea of
the trustees for the retention of Prof.
Hlnckley Mitchell in the chair of Old
Testament criticism in that school can
not be granted.
Evidence of four students and Prof.
Mitchell's book, "The World Before
Abraham," formed the basis of his con
demnation. . V"
It is stated on the best authority that
a heresy trial in Prof. Mitchell's con
ference — that of northern New York —
may result now, and it Is further said
that the logical sequence of the oust
ing of the Boston higher critics Is that
Prof. Torry of the Northwestern uni
versity at Evanston, 111., who has writ
ten a book on "The Shortcomings of
Jesus," Is likely to hear from the board
of bishops. '
In Time For
2 Cases Fine Old Wine
Freight paid to any point in
the United States for only
C. F. A. Last
120 and 131 N. .Main Street j
Los Angeles, Cal.
In all its stores V C °(7£L JIUkD J
Ely's Cream Balm CJ™™ M/
cleanses, soothes JT &?w
and heals the dis- fk^^^c-O' Z^M
eased mebrrane. It
cures catarrh and JUsSTwiJ^^.
drives away a cold M^X^i(ff»»\.
In the head quickly, lUisMßin)
C'renm Ilnlm Ir placed Into the nos-
trils, spreads ovrr the membrane and
is absorbed. Relief is Immediate and
a cure follows. It Is not drying — does
not produco sneezing. Large size. 50
cents at druggists or by mall. Trial
size, 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., N. Y.
An Investment in a lot at Graham
Station, on the Long Beach line,
is a safe Investment, whether for
a home site or as a speculation.
Hundreds of homes have been
built there in the pant year and
hundreds more will be built dur-
ing the year to come. We have
a few lots left at
$115 and Up
U down, It per week on each $100.
Conservative Realty Co.
613 11. W. IIKLLMAN BL.DQ.
Women's and Children's
Underwear and Hosiery m'^P*-^
Women's Lace Lisle StocKings sf) c .^^k^M^^L
All SlMi-R«*ul»r $1.00 Valnei W^ /T\
A splendid assortment of women's lace hosiery; brllllnnt black In cln- ___
gnnt now Inro patterns; full fashioned; double solr; nil sizes In thr lnt JT~"<**E&?*^Pir V * /ic2!/>v.-Jv
nnd a positive $1 value. <m snip todny only, the pair, 50c. <fKffi RSlftjir jfopJfUXuT-fyf
17c "Leader" Hose W/ 2 c W^M^^^^A
"Leader" hopo fur boys or kIHs; medium ribbed; fnst blnrk, sonmlrss; Kf |jj] |Ml?|m^M'»^o $
triple kner; unequaled hosiery for school wear; every pair guaranteed; w IBjp.;| IfiVrW
positive 17c value. Today, pair, 12V6c f»j> Mf l\T/''>L
25c "Don't Worry" Hose 17c J fVJ
"Don't Worry" hose for hoys or girls; fine ribbed, lisle finish styles for / m " *ff
girls; corduroy ribbed hose for boys; fast hlack and senmloss; all sizes; **!?£si? t^
equal to most 25c lines. Today, the pair, 17c; three pnlis for 60c.
«B| Women's White Underwear O*C r
\?L All Sizes — Fleeced Jaai%J\*
ffiffi'^yfiS. Women's pure white fleece-Hned vesta or pants; long sleeve vests or ankle length pants;
r H "f '•'' ' 1 fn " we ' Knt ! well trimmed; all sizes to choose from. On snlo toduy, the garment, 25c.
AfeS&i Women's Ribbed Underwear Cf|^
$l¥?Oi Good 75c Values »yUv
W^^Wj^siffi Women's pnrt -wool underwear; cream ribbed; long Rlecve vests nnd ankle length pants;
I JL iff :-:;Jb extra well Hnished; excellent 75c values. On sale today, the garment, 50c.
i/SvM >•!« Women's Wool Un- 7ff r Misses* Union Suits ffflr
YTT M &M> derwear— Regular »!.Q8 Value i J\* Fleeced— All Sizes •/Vl#
7 (&~\ r||lS Women's ribbed vests or pants of fine wool; Misses' or boys' union suits; Egyptian or sll-
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Jh/4. **Xj /m vrsls nnr! nnklp len &th pants; regular $1.00 ftylo for girls, button down front for boys.
valup. Todny, the garment, 75c. Today, tr o garment, 50c.
Children's Fall Underwear 25c
Children's fall underwear; silver gray; fleece-Hned vests, pants or drawers; well faced and finished; sizes for
children up to 16 years. On sale today, the pair, 25c.
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