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Part 111
LYRIC CLUB PLANS
FIRST CONCERT
PROMINENT SOLOISTS ARE
SECURED
Miss Anna Mottram, an English Girl,
Will Be Heard for the First
Time by a Los Angeles
Audience
Tho concert by the Woman's Lyric
club at Hlmimoii auditorium next Fri
day evening will be Its first this eea
pon and lliu firm since Its reconstruc
tion several months ago from the war
ring elements (if the Treble Clef. Since
the si'i 'fXMlnn of thu singers that now
(■(impose the Lyric, who took with them
their lender. M. J. B. Poulln, all has
been harmoniously arranged between
the two clubs and the best of good
feeling prevails.
Two of the soloists for Friday night
nre members of the clvb — Mrs. Rva
YounK-Zobcleln and Miss Anna Mott
ram. Mrs. Kobeleln has one of the
swpetost contraltos in tho southwest
and Is a great favorite nmonß concert-
Roers. Tt will be almost a second
debut with her, us she ha* not been
heard much In public slik'p her mar
riage over v year ago. Miss Mottram
Is new here.' She Is an English singer,
said to possess a high soprano of fine
quality, very well trained.
Charles Howes, the bass soloist, re
turns after two years of study abroad,
und, of courße ( there will be great In
lerest In bis reappearance. Miss Pearl
Teetzel and Miss Uundge arc the other
soloists. Mm p. ISIfIU yon Orofo-Monas
co will be heard In 'cello numbers and
Miss Mary O'Donnhugh will be the ac
companist. The program is as follows:
Part 1— "Summer Night" (Kelnbold
Herman), club; "OJala" (Patty Stair),
club; contralto solo (a) "Tho Sea" (Mc-
Donell), (b) "Lena" (ICugpne Hlldach),
Mrs. Eva Young-Zobelein; ('horns of
"Seraphim" ("Paradise Lost") (Theo
dore- Dubois), club, and solo by Miss
}lunge; recitative and aria, from "Un
Hallo in Maschero" (Verdi), recitative,
Al vati; aria, Krl tU, Charles Bowes;
three llower songs, (a) "The Clover,"
(b) "The Yellow Daisy," (c) "The Blue
Bell" (Mrs. H. H. A. Beach), club.
Part II — "Season of Roses" (Her
man), club; 'cello solo, op. 23, "Varia
tions Sympthoniques" (L. Boelimann),
Mrs. Klsa yon Orofe-Menasco; "O
Wer't Thou in the Cauld Blast" (11. C,
Macdougal), club; baritone solo, thret
Heine songs ((tarnet Wollsey Cox),
Charles Bowes: "Ode to Music" (Hein
rich Zollner), club, with solo by Miss
Annie 11. Mottram and Miss Pearl D.
Teetzel.
MONROVIA
Mrs. .Tennio Slosson gave a. Thanks-
RlvinK dinner at the home of Mrs. C. K.
Klosson Thursday, ut which her chil
dren, C. K. and F. A. Slossoh were prcs
! ent,' and Mm. Mary. Stelson. There
were twenty at the table, many Buckeye
j friends of Mrs. Jennie. Sloswon and her,
grandchildren making out the number. I
There were seventeen at dinner at Dr.
L. N. .Wheeler's Thursday, Mrs. C. O,
' Squires, Mrs. Kirk Lawrence and Mrs.
C. S. Rader joining with Mrs. Wheeler
in entertaining.
The Young Men's Jolly club gave an
interesting entertainment at the home
' of Mrs. J. G. Cross Friday evening.
The high school set and other young
people danced till a late hour Thursday
evening at Odd Fellows' hall. The
music was furnished by Miss Blanche
Guthrie.
LAD PLIES BEGGAR'S TRADE
Lewis Miller, Who Says He Lives in
Long Deach, Tries to Get Money
From Pedestrians
: Lewis Miller, aged 18 years, who snys
he lives with his parents in Long
Beach, was arrested yesterday after
noon charged with begging from pedes
trians in the vicinity of Tenth street
and Central avenue.
Miller had his right hand done up In
about four yards of bandages and was
distributing small printed cards with
a poem entitled "Live and Let Live.''
When taken to the city prison the
boy at first gave the name of Fred
Monroe, saying that he did not wish
his father, who lives in Long Beach,
to learn of his disgrace. Later he gave
the name of Lewis Miller and said his
home was at the corner of Temple and
.Elliot streets, Long Beach.
When Miller was searched several
dollars in small change was found on
his person, and in one pocket he car
rled a popular ten-cent novel of the
"blood and thunder" brand.
Young Miller would offer no expla
nation for his begging. The lad is snld
to be in perfect heulth. The bandaged
hand was perfectly sound, say the doc
tors.
STORE SUPERINTENDENT DIES
Thomas P. Stuard of J. W. Robinson
Co. Passes Away at His
Home
Thomas P. Stuard, superintendent,
and one of the most valued employes
of the Boston store, died at his homo
at Twenty-eighth street and Hudlong
avenue Friday morning at 9 o'clock..
Mr. Stuard was for thirty-live years
in the employ of ohn Wanamaker
at Philadelphia, and left there to ac
cept the position of superintendent of
the Boston store.
The deceased leaves a widow and one
son, Milton Q. Stuard, In Los Angeles
and two sisters in Pennsylvania.
WAS AN ILLUSTRATED MAN
Sailor Whose Body and Limbs Were
Literally Covered With
Pictures
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.— The bureau
of pensions has recently been engaged
In the Investigation of a claim in which
the Identity of the dead guitar was an
important factor.
From the testimony it appears that
he hud a cross and a picture of the
Wiiahlr, ;ton monument tattooed on ono
iiiin, tl ) pictures of three women übovd
the elbuw, an American coat ot arms
below the elbow, the picture of a
woman above the wrist on one arm,
another on the back of his hand, a pto
ture of a woman on his back extending
nearly to his neck, a picture of a man
aiul a woman and a, ship on his breast
and various other artlstlo designs over
hi* Htomuch, feet and other portions of
Ulb body. I
Los Angeles Sunday Herald.
PROMINENT SOLOISTS TO BE HEARD AT LYRIC CLUB CONCERT
\a Xl \a This sale to clear out our warehouse No. 2, for which our lease has been taken »" if HliiHmH wMwiM^Mtf
3ty A I\BP% from us, was intended to continue for four weeks, but the marvelously low V fl I| ! j| || [: i fl f# [fffev>^C
«•"' w^ l^g r .- f. r prices that we have quoted will bring the sale to a close this week. That is posi- Lgafesrl^llHy'.N H [II Hp 1 WsWmff?p\\
Gracnd Opportunities for HolidaLy B\iying
MORRIS CHAIR— This very neat C? TWS Metdl Bed $5.50 J&*&l C *>^ - \*\
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Hlmped mirrors. In Boluen oak Excellent upholstery CAA- Snrin^ 01. jl-floj l-fl0 Illul $5.00, for «o ne iii»v bargalnn •« oc
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GUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
Society
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Members of the Seventh regiment,
National Ouard of California, will give i
the second of the series of dances i
planned for the season 1905-1906 Wednes
day evening at their armory, 755 South
Spring street. The hnll will be benu
tlfully decorated in hundreds of Jap
anese and Chinese lanterns, nnd many
rare works of oriental handicraft will
he exhibited. A novelty to be intro
duced In keeping with the decorations
will be the Japanese tea garden In the
balcony, where tea and Japanese nnd
Chinese dainties will be served. In place
of tho customary punch, by young
Miss Anna Mottram, Soprano, and
Charles Bowers, Basso
ladles in costume who ore members of
the United Patriots of America. t
Through the kindness of a prominent:
Broadway rurlo dealer several benutl
ful Japanese vnnes will be presented to
the ladles holding lucky numbers and
every lady present will receive a
fiouvenlr during the grand march,
Julius Stamm hns composed special
music for the occasion. The committee
In charge consists of Rergts. C. K.
Plalsence, company F; Charles Smith,
I company A; W. F. Blaleh, company C,
nnd W. F. Morgan, troop D.
Queen Esther Bazaar
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Cronemlller have
extended the use of their spacious and
beautiful home at 936 South Alvarado
street to the Queen Esther circle of the ,
First Methodist church to hold their :
iinuual bazaar on the afternoon and
evening of Friday, December 8.
The needlework booth will be a very
Attractive feature, as special electric
lights In gorgeous colors will bo In
stalled for this evening, nnd with tho
beautiful floral decorations will pre
sent a most pleasing effect. All kinds,
and sorts of fancy work as well as ex
quisite lace nnd fine drawn work will
be found at this booth, which will be
presided over by Miss Kate Harrison.
The homemade candy booth will be
In charge of Mrs. Emory Warner,
which Is a sufficient guarantee of tho
quality of the sweets. The other
booths will also be attractive and pret
ty nnd will contain many useful as well
as fancy and ornamental articles. The
Ice cream and cake booth will occu
py a conspicuous place and will bo a
pitfall to the artful dodger.
A delightful program will be ren
dered during the afternoon and even
ing.
Pine Forest Whist Club
Monday afternoon, November 27, the
members of Pine Forest Whist club
held their usuul meetlnß with Mrs. (J.
H. Matthay of 1141 Elden avenue. De
spite the wind and rain without, the
new homo with Its cheery appolnt
i meats made the afternoon pass all too
quickly. The house guests were Mrs.
A. 3. Gottschalk. the Misses Augusta
I Schlosteln and Mousle Krutzlch, all
1 of St. Louis, i The first prize, a hand
' mirror,, framed in gold, was captured
1 by Mrs. F. " W. ■ Nichols and the sec
' ond, a lovely cut glass olive dish, by
Mm. D. R. Brown. Lunch and bon
bond were served during the afternoon.
The Indies of this club were also
charmingly entertained at the regular
meeting Monday afternoon, November
13, at the home of Miss Clara French,
daughter of Dr. L. W. French of 837
South Alvarado street. Mrs. A, H.
Vaiißhn assisted the hostess. The
guests of the club were: Mmes. Tl. F.
Church, K. A. Curtis, L. B. Ford, 0,
J. LeNoir, S. W. Strong, F. A. Wor
den. Dainty prizes, the work of the
hostess, a hand-painted vase and cup
nnd raucer, were awarded respectively
to Mines. W. T. Jeffries and If. Beek
wlth. Scores were counted with Chi
nese money tied with red and yeilow
ribbons to hsart -shaped cards.
Thimble Club Bazaar
The Thimble club of the Koncsnw
W. It. O. will hold Its nnntinl bazaar
December 5-6, at Masonic hnll, corner
of 'Downey avenue and Dnly street.
Useful and fancy nrtlcles will be for
sale and dinner will be served from
r>:3o to 8 p. m. for twenty-five cents.
j The officers and committee members
nre: Mrs. Lyons, president; Mrs. Mor
rison, vice president; Mrs. Thew, sec- i
retary and treasurer; Hella Lothlnn, '
chairman of the fancy table; Mrs. Ly
ons, chairman of th«- apron table; Mrs.
Lang,' quilt table; Mrs. Klnrnde, doll
table; Mrs. White, pillow and komonn I
table; Mrs. Sanborn, candy table; Mrs.
Klmblc, Ice cream table; ■ Mrs. Wil
liams, country store.
Hermosa Whist Club
The Hermosa, club was entertained
last week by Mrs. M. M. Lapham, 1112
Georgia street. Tho evening was
pleasantly spent hi playing cards until
10:30, after which lunch was served. [
Prizes were awarded as follows: |
Mesdames L. O. Mather, C. C. Price '
and C. I). Taylor, Mr. T. It. Moore, Mr.
George Itanwrlck and Mr. L. O. Mather
took home the consolation. The club
will meet again at the home of Mrs.
L. O. Mather, 14n2 East Twenty-first
; street, December 7.
Poppy Whist Club
1 Mrs. C. C. Price of 1037 East Twen
ty-first street entertained the members
of the Poppy Whist club Tuesday af
ternoon. The first prize fell to Mrs. :
L. P. Paulsen, and second to Mrs, E. ■
Todd and the- consolation to Mrs. C. '
Editorial and
Society Section
O. Anderson. The guest pm« wa«
won by Mrs. Ptrobel. After the game
Tf'f t*pbli men t s wpffi cor wl. Tnofic prt'P*
pnt were: Mesdames M. Ilolmnn, R,
Todd, C. D. Taylor, L. O. Wilson, 1,.
O. Mather, C. C. Price, A. 11. Lapham,
Strobel. If. Mcßee. C. O. Anderson, U
P. Paulsen, Bennett, Minses Hill and
Bennett.
The next meeting will be held Wed
nesday, December IS. at the home ot
Mrs. L. CJ. Wilson, 84!» Kast Twenty
third street.
U. 8. Thanksgiving Party
Tho Ui S. fins* of the Haven Metho
dist church Rave a Thanksgiving pnrty
Friday night at the home of their
teacher, U. ('. Jones, 1164 Kast Twenty-
I seventh street. Theroomw were trimmed
In the holiday colors, red holly bcrrlefl
mid Christ mas greens predominating,
Those present were; MixHoa Kffle Leno,
Eleanor Hunter, Eva Nugent, Octnvft
Meador, Glad y l Tremble, Lucy Hum
mell, Laura Harrington. Josephine and
Addle Montgomery, Lillian Case, Juan
ifa 1 Infer, Edith Shaffer, Winifred An
drewp, Florence Juden, Edith Cook,
Lela Unrlow, Frances Jones, Joe Donne,
Clarence Cook, Clifford Mc-Martin, Wal
ter Htreeton. Frank Tremble, Walter
Hummell, Fnink and Harry Scott,
Everett Packard, Archie lleeves and
Charles Mclnnes.
Les Freres Dance
The annual dance of I,es Freres was
Klven Thanksgiving night at Kramer's
hall and was followed by a banquet at
the Hrlstol cafe. Those present In
cluded Mrs. Hurry Van Itlper, Miss
Lena Qlaum, Miss Ethel Colver, Mlsa
Olsen, Miss Stevenson, Miss McGulre,
Miss Hanker, Miss Bradley, Miss Klva
Burr. Miss Roberts. Miss Pollack,
Messrs. Thorn, Pickering. Mallmnnn, L.
W. Blocum, MeGulre, Anthony, Seeley,
Van Itlper. P. L. Carol, Van Pelt, Ilich
ards und Dr. Koss.
Thanksgiving Breakfast
Mrs. F. K. Knopp was hostess
Thanksgiving morning' at a breakfast
given to a number of her friends at
her residence, 1(13« Bonnie Brae street.
Following the breakfast games were
played and a number of songs were
sung by Mlis Helen Tappe. The guesta
Included Misses Alpha Hcnshaw, Helen
(Continued on Piibo Two)

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