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A FEW CENTS A DAY WILL PUT
A VICTOR IN YOUR HOME
'. ; Buy as little as $3.60 worth of records and
then pay for your Victor a dollar or so weeKly ;
•*v — according to the
value of the machine.
jAljkjL Victor prices range $1O
Byw \ to $200. Victor records
\fßfci& f viJitffm' fe 350t0 $ - J he vtctor
a^B^^BaaflfiSi KflfitiH is tne £ reate3t °f all
you should have one in your provides
> entertainment , for the long winter j evenings.
'-■ : r*r\t^f\\7 We sell Edison Phonographs, on the
' jpZy/oL/i\ : same . terms. The Edison is the best
cylinder machine made.
DOES YOUR PIANO
'.':'■'■ ... ,'■'■»* NEED TUNING ?''-
Geo. J. Birkel Company ■
Stmlnway, Cecllian and Victor Dealers . ■
J K': - : - / 345*347: South Spring ■ Street '"
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v . CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTY BARGAINS I
! ' • "■• •'■■'' A large list of Orange and Lemon groves and other country prop- • II
:*■« erties to select from. Can give you Just what you want at the .. H
" V lowest "prices and on the best terms. Write me for detailed in- R
? formation. Will show, property free. Address- J. B. SANDER- , H
>, "■ ;* )■ ■ SON, 262 W. Second St., POMONA, Cal.' Phono Home 3582. . . ' H
Little P 9) 1 n :^'^Restaurant :^^^^
Main 869' ZllZ 11 (uL JL (uL W Everything served ala carte at popular
Home 8499. P rlc * 9 m % West Second at.. Los Angrles.
4r™%\\*f d?¥^JT"^B Our advice 4o the
ffcP&t. DUIMyU Tens of Thousands
■I, ,> «rW J You are BUre t0 nna every- ...» ,
I ¥ '*T thing"* please you at tho who' get hungry during New Tear's
■ fauN BRISTOL. Everything high week Is to eat. drink and be merry at
U V&y clanß. Kntlre basement H. ■ ' ■■ , ■ . •..
ifil-^LAd VV. Hellman building. Fourth I ni/i/'c faff*
fi-^Ey-- and Spring streets. " ,;LCYj;a VIC ■..
1 SANTA CATALINA ISLAND :
STEAMER CABRILLO .. V. ...... CAPACITY 900
STEAMER HERMOSA ......... *. CAPACITY. 475
Daily service - from Ban Pedro. ' . Extra trips Saturday ' evenings. The only
Hen operating; steamers between the mainland and Catallna Island. We do
f " not operate gasoline boats. .'..' ' . ■ 9 ■■ , ■■'. '■■ i '■''.
Wonderful Marine Gardens Greatest Fishing Known
Hote. M^tropole opens January 1 next. - Good restaurants and hotels, at
Avalon. For furnished cottages see Manager ! Van Landlngham. office Sumne*
if* •venue, Avalon. The company reserves the right to change the steamers
and time of sailing without notice. Banning Co.. Pacific Electrlo Bldg.. rnonea
Main 36; F8036. v ;.;■■'■ • '\-,'\f:;' ■'■■■ ;*'. : -^-:
CHINA, MANILA. INDIA AND AROUND' THE WORLD
CHINA. MANILfV INDIA AND AROUND THE WORLD
Strainers Manchuria,' Mongolia. Korea, Slb'rl a and China, now In service, being tho largoit
vessels Bailing from the United States for the orient via Honolulu. , . ■■ ■ ■
Z ^fify.-.'-' Sailing* from San Francisco Dec. 31; Jan. 7, 14, 21, 30; Feb. 11, 25) '
: / March 3, 10, 17. 24, 31) April 7, 14, 25, May D. 19. 20.
For literature appaijt. to T. A. GRAHAM, agent, 600 South Spring street, corner Sixth. Also
■ agent for all. Transatlantic steamship line*. .-■,-..- ■■•■■,■ ■ ■ ■..■-■■ ■■■■■.■■ ■■,-.■
"■■ JJ '"' a ir"Trn a rrym ••auk hot iDLPUOB maths. . Wa»in" ptung*.
'IH A. H I /4\ X- IH. hot tub, <>«•«>«• special treatments. Eastlake. Dow
iL*rU-»*J ■» M-tJ-O.U'ii.JL*! nay avenue or Pa»ad«n« Short l.tn<- oars. One tare.
HARNESS sl3N .if.. c A nSr. SS r,, SADDLERY
Strangers a. a Invited to visit the exhibits of
California pro'J.icts at the Chamber of Com
merce building, or. Broadway, between First
md Second streetß, where free Information
will be given on ull subjects pertaining to this
Tha Herald will pay |10 | n cash to anyone
furnishing ovioeuc. that will lead to the arrest
and conviction of any person caught stealing
copies of The Herald from the premises of our
IPRtrons. THE HERALD.
Pash and Check Stolen
I The home of C. G. Mason, 142 North
JAvenue 18, was entered during his ab-
Rvence Saturdry night ana a check for
ty.45 and $10 cash stolen, 'ihe matter has
reported to the police.
B-s. Hunt's Funeral to Be Held
funeral of Mrs. Alice G. Hunt will
at the chapel of Orr & Edwards
i^^mornlng at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Hunt,
the mother of Mrs. L. H. Peters
Sj?^wj Angeles, died in Searchlight, Nev.
I of Mrs. F. A. Helm will
Wednesday morning at the fam-
1320 Carroll avenue, at 10
HKk, thence to the Church of Our
Wady of Loretto, where solemn mass
will be celebrated.
Funeral of Retired Business Man
Funeral services for Reed H. Hubbell
will be held this morning at 10 o'c'.ock at
the chapel of the Connel undertaking es
tabliEhment. Mr. Hubbell was a retired
business man and died at his home, 1127
South Union avenue.
Funeral to Be Held
The funeral of Miss Helen M. Roas
will be held at the residence, 1220 West
lake avenue, Thursday morning at 10
o'clock, the interment to b« in Ever
green cemetery. Mrs. Ross was the
widow of the late Dr. W. W. Ross and
was well known. She Is survived by one
6on, Percy W. Ross of this city.
LOVED MOTHER MORE THAN
HUSBAND; SHE LOSES HIM
Louise Smith Left Him to Go Back to
Her Girlhood Home and He
Secures Decree of
An Interlocutory decree of divorce was
yesterday granted by Judge Hutton to
W. L. Smith from Louise Smith. The
couple were married In St. Louis in Sep
tember. 1905, and lived together at Key
West for seven weeks. Mrs. Smith re
turned to Bt. Louis and refused to join
her husband again, declaring she would
not leave her mother.
An Interlocutory decree of divorce was
granted Dora M. Howell from Orl How
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOU.NING, DECEMBER :?1. 190 T.
ell. Mrs. Howell said her husband be
gan calling her names three months after
their marriage. The alleged offenses took
place In lowa and a final decree will not
be granted until Mrs. Howell's attorney
presents the statutes of that state In
Lulu Sarmnno was granted a divorce
from Peter Sarmano by Judge Monroe
SLEUTHS FIND "BLIND PIG;"
GET JUDGMENT FOR PAY
Dr. E. J. Bulgin Ordered to Give Blair
Agency $95 for Work During
Ninety-flve dollars was what the Blair
detective agency demanded from Dr. E.
J. Bulgln yesterday in Justice Summer
field's court and ninety-five dollare 6 was
what it got. Bulgin wan at the head of
a committee which employed one of the
Blair men to locate blind pigs in differ
ent part of the state where evangelistic
work was being carried on, and the debt
over which the trouble originated was
said to have been incurred at Covlna.
Bulgin maintained he should not be
held as the principal In the debt, but
the court after listening to all the tes
timony believed otherwise. Notice of ap
peal was given.
CITY HALL NOTES
Regular collection of ashes will be
made New Year's day as usual by the
Because of the petition of the utility
companies the conduit work provided for
by ordinance has been suspended because
of the financial stringency.
Ordinances are being drawn up forcing
the moving picture theaters to be
equipped with rear as well as front en
trances and exits for use In case of are
Councilman Henry Lyon has secured a
ten days' leave of absence. Councilman
Wallace expects to leave the city at noon
today and Councilman Clampltt also will
be called out of the city today, thus mak
ing a meeting of the council impossible
after this morning's special session.
James M. Flowers has obtained council
authorization for a quit claim to lot 22,
Alta Vista tract.
The mayor and city clerk have been au
thorized to execute quit claim deeds to
all property sold for non-payment Njf
Ella— She Is a devlded blonde, isn't she?
Dora— Yes. but she only decided recent
Little Children Take Part in Daiety Tuvenile Affair at Ebell Club House
MEMBERS OF THE DUTCH CHORUB: GWENDOLYN LONGYEAR, ROWENA SCHNEIDER, WELMA BENNETT, MARY McALLIBTER, GERTRUDE RANKIN, NORMA DAVID.
SON; 80-PEEP, CAROLINE JACOBV; BOY BLUE, FRANK WISHORN; MOTHER GOOSE, MURIEL FULLER
IN celebration of the Nativity over
200 little men and women were enter
tained at the annual children's party
at the Ebell club yesterday afternoon.
The audience room was gay with Christ
mas wreaths, ropes of sroilax and holly
berries. Upon one side of the platform
was a tall Christmas tree and on the
other a fireplace, where the logs burned
low and in front of which dangled n
long, red stocking, stuffed so full— oh.
my! while best of all a ruddy-faced
old gentleman known as Kriß Krlngle
was among those present, and leaving his
reindeer and sleigh up on the roof or
out of sight somewhere, distributed boxes
of bonbons to the happy little guests.
To the great delight of the children of
a larger growth In the audience, as well
as the guests of honor. Mother Goose
came and brought with her Little Bo
peep, Boy Blue, Jack Homer, Mary,
Mary, Quite Contrary, and her garden
of flowers, and many other old time fa
vorites from the immortal story, while
strangers to many but altogether wel
come were the six serious little milk
maids from Deutschland who, like so
many bluebirds, piped the opening chorus,
"Oh, how do you do?"
By the way, there were only five of
them serious; the sixth courtepied and
dimpled and nodded her yellow head like
a flower swayed by the wind.
After a miscellaneous program of
Mother Goose melodies a little playlette
was given and Madame Donato's two
little nieces sang a dainty French song,
after which the tiny actors Joined their
friends In front of, the stage, and the
entire company filed upon the platform
and received the box of sweets that
Santa Claus had In readiness for each.
Then upstairs trooped the excited band,
there to be refreshed with ice cream and
cake, while the mother nnd the sisters
and the cousins and the aunts were
served tea and biscuits In the reception
Later there was dancing on the waxed
floor of the audience room. All the chil
dren were In fancy costume and 80-peep
trod a measure with a noble Indian chief,
while the sweet-faced little mother who
sang "Bye-10, Baby Bunting." to her
dolly as a feature of the program, gave
her first dance to Jack Sprat. Many of
the costumes were made of crepe paper
and were creations in pink and lavender
and crimson, dainty white frocks giving
the needed high light, and the scene re
sembled an old fashioned flower garden
in June, with a flock of yellow butter
flies hovering above.
Music for the dancing waa furnished
by Mrs. Jamison and Miss Rowley.
In the reception room were two long
tables, on which were packages of all
sortß and sizes brought by the club mem
bers and their children, to be distributed
as gifts among less fortunate little folk
who have had no Christmas or who are
suffering and ill.
The success of the afternoon was due
to Mrs. B. R. Baumgart, Mrs. Philip
Gcngembre Hubert, Mrs. Oeorge W.
Kress, Mrs. Fred Hooker Jones, Mrs. Ed
ward C. Dieter and Miss Gould.
Lailness is an easily acquired art.
Even those who say but little talk too
Ambition Is the thing that boosts a
man up the ladder.
Ktsse3 are the real thing only when
backed up by the heart.
There is usually plenty of room at the
top — of a man's anatomy.
Joys of solitude have nothing In com
mon with a lone one-dollar bill.
It's probably called the honeymoon,
Alonzo, because the moon affects the
Tf a man could only see himself as the
neighbors see him he could easily see
his nnisn.— Chicago* News.
THE marriage of Misa Beatrice Eccle
stono and Jesse Osgood took place
last evening at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ec
clestone, 415 South Lake street, Rev.
Robert Mclntyre of the First M- B.
church officiating. The bride was given
in marriage by her brother, Charles Ec
(Miss Eleanor Wagnor attended the
bride as bridesmaid and little Louise
Ecclestone performed the duties of
flower girl. Herbert Ecclestone stood
with the groom. The bride was attired
in a lace trimmed gown of white silk
mull, with which was worn a tulle veil,
aud her bouquet waa a shower of white
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood_ will reside at
446 Towne avenue, where they will be
at home after March 1.
Returned to Eastern Home
Mrs. Ida M. Calvin, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Steley
of 947 Wett Tnirtieth street, has returned
to her home in Plttsburg, Pa.
Mrs. Arthur iL,etts entertained^for her
daughters, Miss KUna and Miss Gladys,
last evening at the family home on
Franklin avenue, Hollywood, with an In
formal dance, the occasion also 'being a
farewell to Miss Edna, who is leaving
Thursday tor OMlilbrook, N. V., where
she Is attending school.
Mrs. Letts' guests were Misses Mac
Gibson, Rae Belle
Morlan, Anna Nelan, Ruth Wood, Olive
Trask, Virginia Walsh, Josephine Lacy,
Frances Richards. Elizabeth Wood,
Pauline Vollmer, Hildegard Payne, Marie
Bobrick, Elsie Kelly, Josephine- Bottg,
I.da Lane. Marion Whltson, Ruth An
derson, Virginia Nourse, Pauline Morri
son, Florence Bartlett, Margaret Good
rich, Harriet Barringer, Edith Edmlnson.
Messrs. Walter Kays, Gordon Black
wood, Charles Finney, B. G. Ijams, War
ren Ferguson, Kenyon Lee, Bradner Lee,
George Levitt, Kobert Manuel. Will Gib
son, Tom Murphy, Wayland Trask, Eu
gene Clark, Bernard Richards. Carleton
Merrill, Norman Jack. Calvin McCaulay,
Walter Moore, \\ -'.Us Payne, Arthur Bo
bric% Ormsby Goodrich, .Roy William
son, Monroe Montgomery, Richard Mont
gomery, Harold Ferguson, Scott, Walter
Kelly and Paul Monroe. Mrs. William
Lacy and Mrs. W. H. Cllne assisted in
For Miss Edna Letts
Miss Edna Letts has been the recipient
of much pleasant attention since her re
turn for the holidays. Mrs. W. H. Cline
of Hotel Ems was hostess Saturday at
a matinee party In her honor, Mrs. Wil
liam Lacy of WDshlrc boulevard gave a
luncheon for her Friday afternoon and
in the evening she was complimented
guest at a dinner given by Mrs. H. F.
Mollmer of Coronado street.
Announcement is made by Mrs. Flor
ence Collins Porter of South Pasadena
of the engagement of her house guest,
Miss Mary E. Fish of Boston, to Henry
G. Tardy, a young attorney of San
Francisco. The wedding will take place
Will Winter at Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank King Wilson and
■Miss Miles of 1200 West Adams street
have taken apartments for the winter at
At Home in St. James Park
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chamberlain and
family are at home at 40 St. James park,
where Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain wli;
receive their friends Wednesday after
noons after January 1.
To Visit Relatives
Mrs. Elton A. Herrick accompanied
by her little son Elton, arrived from
Grand Rapids, Mich., Sunday and are
guests for several months of Mr. »nd
Mrs. Thomas Lee Woolwlne, 1040 Ken
sington road. Mrs. Herrick is a sister
of Mr. Woolwine and of J. E. Woolwlne
of this city.
.Announcement is made of the marriage
of Miss Mattie E\ : Pierce, niece of Mr.'
and Mrs. ; Robert A. | Riddle '.' of ! Riverside,
to ■' John .' Field ; Hayes ■< of t this .. city, j the
ceremony j having > taken place ;' December
2 5. ■ ■ Mr. . and ; Mrs. ■ Hayes will be at home
after i.larch 1 at 747 East Twenty-seventh
street.'! 'j- lf ■ .•■.■'<-"*■■'.' •' "'..' ■'■' ■ ' .:.' \':'-- ■'■:
Invitations have been issued for the
marriage of Miss Flossie H. Allen and
Ervln Dingle. The ceremony will take
place at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen of 327 East
Jefferson street, January 6.
The engagement of Miss Hazel Beatus
of 'Los Angeles and Arthur F. Solomon
of San Francisco has been announced.
To Visit His Mother
Norwood Howard has come down from
Ban Francisco and will be the guest of
his mother, Mrs. A. J. Howard of 1540
Yeast — In Hungary, traveling is as
cheap as three miles for a cent.
Crimsonbeak — Oh, well, I've seen rail
ronds when they ought to pay a man
more than that to rid on 'cm.— Yonkers
C.iurch: "What's the matter, old
man? You look all tired out?"
Gotham: "Well, you see, I had to sit
up all one night to be on hand to draw
my money out of the bank, and since I
got It I've had to sit up every night*
for fear some burglar will break into
the house to steal It:" — Yonkers States
A N ATTRACTIVE "PETTICOAT - FOR .
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A petticoat which is equally adapted
for development In lingerie or silk is illus
trated here. It Is designed for misses and
girls from 8 to 16 years, and is of very
simple construction, consisting of a cir
cular upper portion lengthened by two
straight flounces. The lower flounce may
be made of embroidered flouncing, »s
shown In tho lower drawing, tucked as in
the upper one, or ornamented with inser
tions of lace or embroidery. The model
is an excellent one for home making,
as' there is litlie or no fitting to he done.
For the 12-year slie 3H yards of 20-Inch
material will be required.
4272-Slies 8, 10. 12, 14. 1« years. The
price of this pattern is 10 cents.
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