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BY THE CHATTERER
At the little affair which the Roland
Pauls gave in honor of Miss O'Don
oughue last week there was a huge
green box filled with gifts, and perched
upon it was an immense groen parrot.
The task of opening the gifts fell to
the "voyager," and much merriment
followed. The first package contained
an American (lag, then followed several
little useful articles, then a flag, then
a flag, then a flag, until the party
cried out with one voice, "If there are
any more flags you can start a school
One of the funniest little accidents
occurred last week when a most dig
nified hostess had all the lights go
out just as her guests were assem
>»JU)£. She madly telephoned to the
Electric people. They were not very
jomforting, but promised to send out
Che "first thing in the morning."
"What shall we do?" was her frantic
cry, when, lo and behold, the door
bell rang and there in a ghostly line
appeared all her neighbors, each with
a candle or lamp in her hand, which
she had hunted up for the occasion.
So the party was "spooky" with dim
soft-shaded lights, and the next morn
ing when the hostess "rounded up,"
she found fifteen candlesticks and four
lamps belonging to her various neigh
bors. Verily a good neighbor is a
"friend indeed," who comes to the front
when a "friend in need" is lightless.
One of the prettiest and cleverest
of the young society dames enter
tained with a charming little party
last week, but unfortunately some of
her neighbors who were not invited
grew "catty," and when the fun grew
funnier and the automobiles lined the
street on either side they called up
the nightwatchmnn and requested him
to go in and ask that the party dis
perse, as they wished to sleep. Cer
tainly this is a "neighborious neigh
borhood." t _
Among the delightful affairs of the
week was a bridge luncheon given by
Mrs. Meredith P. Synder at her home
in Orchard street, Wednesday after
noon. The tables were decorated with
pink carnations and gypsophlila, and
the favors were tiny pink bonbon boxes
of hand-painted paper, tied with pink
ribbons. The place and score cards
were hand-painted carnations with
gold monogram. The prizes, which
were Chinese bags with jade handles,
were won by Mesdames Charles Ram
say, Willard Doran, Stewart Macfar
lane, E. H. Porter, A. J. Copp and
George Perkins. Covers were laid for
Mrs. George W. Perkins, Mrs. C. J.
Flower, Mrs. William Mackie, Mrs.
Stewart Maefarlane, Mrs. Janus Em
erson Gee, Mrs. E. H. Porter, Mrs. T.
D Patterson, Mrs. Q. A. Meeklns, Mrs.
Frank Goodin, Mrs. Jafties H. Worden,
Mrs. Charles Ramsay, Mrs. G. G. How
land, Mrs. William Horn, Mrs. A. J.
Copp, Mrs. C. S. Kent, Mrs. J. C. Cun
ningham, Mrs. Willard Doran, Mrs.
John W. Mitchell, Countess Wacht
meister, Mrs. T. H. Nicholls, Mrs. Clar
ence E. DeCamp, Miss Perkins and
Mrs. George B. Smith and Mrs. James
\V. Bean, who have been camping at
Potter's Camp for ten days, have re
Mrs. Edgar Gorman of South Bur
lington avenue entertained with a five
hundred party and luncheon Tuesday
afternoon, her daughter, Mrs. Mabel
Kinsman, assisting her. The guests
■were members of the "Westlake Five
Hundred club. This was the last meet
ing before the club adjourned for the
cummer. Prizes were captured by Mrs.
Charles Leland Bagley and Mrs. W. O.
Morton. Covers were laid for Mes
damea W. O. Morton, C. L. Bagley, K.
J. Brent, Ralph Hagan, Rose Hajjan,
B. F. Blinn, Frank A. Bowles, J M.
Kelly, "William Mackie, Sidney I. Dar
rln, W. H. Faust, E. T. Sherer, J. C.
Brown and O. M. Justice.
The wedding of Miss Lydla Mayer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mayer,
and Ernest Davis was celebrated on
Wednesday evening at the residence of
the bride's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Mayer, in South
Flower street, the Rev. H. C. Jacoby
of the German Methodist church read
ing the service.
The bride was attired in a gown of
■white crepe de chine trimmed with
baby Irish lace, and carried a shower
of lilies of the valley. The maid of
honor, Miss Emma Maas, In a pink
organdie gown, carried an arm bouquet
of pink roses. The wedding music was
In charge of Miss Delia Welshaar, who
played the bridal chorus from "Lohen
grin." V. K. Titkary sang before the
ceremony. The house was decorated
with white and green, Shasta daisies
and ferns being used in the drawing
room, where the ceremony was per
formed. In the dining room carnations
and ferns were used. Mr. and Mrs. Da
vis have gone north and will be at
home at 103 Boyle avenue after July 15.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
week was th;it of Miss True Batter
son, daughter of Mrs. Clara Batterson
<>f North Xl Molino avenue, Pasadena,
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and Roy Kellogg. The ceremony was
performed at the First Methodist
church Tuesday evening. The Rev. F.
G. H. Stephens read the marriage lines
in the presence of over 600 guests.
The bride wore a white satin gown
trimmed with real lace and carried
a shower of lilies of the valley. She
was given away by her brother, S. M.
Batterson. The maid of honor was
Miss Wllhemenia Hemier. and Mr.
Kellogg was served by S. M. Salisbury
ac best man. The church was dec
orated with roses and ferns, potted
palms and carnations being used. After
a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg
will make their home in Pasadena.
Mrs. Kellogg, who is a musician, has
been the soprano of the First Metho
dist church in Pasadena for come time.
Mr. Kellogg is associated with the
Lee Chamberlain company In Los An
Mr*. Gilbert S. Wright and children
of i! 077 Wilshire boulevard left last
Wennesday to spend several months In
the lake district of Ontario, Canada.
Mr. Wright, who is now living at the
California club, will also go later and
accompany them home.
Miss Isabel French, a member of the
faculty of the State Normal school,
left yesterday for her home in Ded
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Roavis of
South Pasadena will leave soon for
Europe, whore they will tour for sev
Mrs. John Pawley entertained mem
bers of the Auction Bridge club re
cently at her home in Council street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Graham, who
have been visiting in Japan, China and
the Philippines, have returned and
will bo at home at 1537 Arlington ave
Mrs. Cora C. Coxwell of St. Louis
and Frank A. Lobinger of Los Ange
les wore married in St. Louis last week
at tho home of the bride's cousin, C.
L. Allen, who Is well known in local
Tho wedding was the result of a
pretty California romance which was
started while Mrs. Coxwell was vi.olt
ing in the city. The young couple will
make their home in Los Angeles.
A pretty wedding of last week was
that of Miss Edna May Daniels and
Charles H. Penrose, which was solemn
ized at the home, of the bride's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Daniels,
of East Fifty-third street. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. C.
Decorations were of the palest pink
sweet pens and carnations combined
with maidenhair ferns. The bride was
gowned in white crepe with lace trlm-
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1910.
mings. Miss Leta Patchen, the brides
maid, wore pale pink silk with pearl
trimmings. Little Mary Penrose was
the flower girl and wore a little lace
frock and pink ribbons. Fred Bowers
assisted Mr. Penrose as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Penrose have gone to
San Diego, where they will reside tem
The Michigan Alumni association of
Southern California will hold its an
nual reunion on commencement night,
June 30, at Cumnock hall, 1500 South
Figueroa street. The Michigan associa
tion is one of the most active and en
thusiastic alumni organizations on the
coast. This year a college play will be
given, followed by a dance. Some of
the distinguished members of the asso
ciation, who will be present to revive
the memories of their college days, are
Stewart Edward "White, the widely
known author; John B. Miller, presi
dent of the Edison Electric company;
Victor E. Shaw, associate Justice of the
court of appeals, and Superior Judges
N. P. Conrey and William Rhodes Her
vey; J. F. Sartori, president of the
Security Savings bank; James E. Fish
burn, president of the National Bank of
California, and J. W. McKinley. The
alumni embraces hundreds of other well
known business and professional men,
most of whom will be on hand.
Nothing serious is ever attempted at
the meetings, but there will be lots of
college cheers, songs and enthusiasm.
One of the weddings which was of
interest to many was that of Miss
Reba Sakin and Emmanuel Mandel
Vallens of Chicago and Kansas City,
the marriage was solemnized at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Anaff of Gladys street last Sunday aft
ernoon. The bride wore a gown of
cream satin trimmed with pearls, and
her veil of tulle was caught with a
cluster of lilies of the valley. She car
ried a shower of lilies of the valley and
ferns. The maid of honor was Miss
Estelle Hoffman. Louis Saklm served
Mr. Vallens as best man. The little
flower girl. Miss Goldie Anaff, scat
tered rose petals in the path of the
bride. After a wedding trip Mr. and
Mrs. Vallens will pass the summer in
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weldon and
their daughters, Miss Georgie and Miss
Gladys 'AVeldon, will leave July 15 for
Boise City, Idaho, where tho wedding
of Miss Georgie Weldon and Carl Ralph
Dwlght of Jordan Valley, Ore., will be
celebrated Wednesday, July 20, the Rev.
J. C. Quickenden of Boise officiating.
Many affJlrs are being planned in
honor of Miss Weldon.
Miss Katherine Elson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farwell Edson,
maile hi r bow before the theater loving
public last week at the Belasco theater.
Miss Edson, who is a charming young
woman, has aspirations for the stage,
and an opportunity has boen given her
for a "walking part" in "Going Some."
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Cards have been received from Hono
lulu announcing the marriage of Miss
Grace Elizabeth Purnal and Benson
Albertus Dickinson at tho residence of
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hummel, the Rev. B.
Jones reading the marriage lines. As
both the young people are well known
in Los Angeles this will be of interest.
Otto Wuerker was host Monday even-
Ing at a dinner given at the San Ga
briel Country club. The table was
beautifully decorated with red roses
and ferns. The favors were tiny auto
mobiles and the guests were taken out
in machines. ' Covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Smith of West
Fifty-oiKhth street entertained with a
dinner In honor of the birthday anni
versary of their brother, Frod G. Smith.
After tin- dinner dancing and cards
were en love.i and covers were l^id for
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. E. I.. Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Gyle, Mrs. C. F. Smith, Miss Mabel
Williams, Miss Betty Enders, Robert
Krause, Ray Owens and R. A. Bankson.
Miss Elsie Long of Highland Park
entertained with a matinee party and
tea afterward at the Alexandria re
cently. Mrs. Bronson Prudhon chap
eroned the party and coven were laid
for Miss Adeline Bland, Miss Harriet
Bland, Miss Agnes Bland and Miss
Nellie Hlgman, who will leave soon for
an extended European tour. Miss Long
will spend the summer in the Yosemlte.
Among the affairs given for the
brides-elect was a luncheon and china
shower with which Mrs. Fred Howard
of Mountebello entertained in honor of
Miss Helen Howard. The whole color
scheme was pink and white, and dainty
hand decorated cards marked the
places of tho guests. Bonbon boxes
filled with candles were given as favors.
Among the guests present were Mrs.
Owens, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Ambrose. Mrs.
Grundt, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Qall Mc-
Dowell, Miss Paulino Howard, Miss
Helen Howard, Miss Edith Myers, Miss
, Gertrude Huber, Miss Harriet Pr«ble.
Miss Esther Preble, Miss Ella Bell and
Miss Jane Starr. The Misses Preble
also entertained with a china hower for
Miss Howard. The guests were Mrs.
Fred Howard, Mrs. W. S. Rigglns, Mrs.
Grundt, Mrs. Gull McDowell, Mlbs Jane
Starr, Miss Florence Knesol and Miss
Mrs. E. W. Soalock and Miss Mable
Fletcher entertained with a box party
at the Orphourn Wednesday evening,
to announco the marriage of Mrs. Sea
lock, who was Mrs. Mary Cole of this
city. Her engagement to Mr. Sealock
had been known for some time and
friend^ were making preparations for
an elaborate wedding.
The box party was the occasion of
another engagement announcement,
too, for Miss Fletcher told her friends
of her approaching marriage to
Thomas Egloff, which will take place
Saturday evening at Sierra Madre.
Members of the theater party In
cluded Mrs. J. Beardon, Mrs. C. C.
Adams, M/s. Lillian Fletcher, Mrs.
Louise Fletcher, Mrs. A. W. Fletcher,
Mrs. B. Lender, Miss C. Howard, Miss
S. Constance, Mrs. A. Semple, Miss Ida
May, Mrs. C. Hoffmeier, Mrs. Rose
Cake, Mrs. Mnry Porter, Miss Cassella,
Miss C. Morris, Miss Harrison, Mrs.
O'Connell and Mrs. M. W. McCowan
One of the most brilliant theater
parties of the season will be held at
the Burbank Monday night, when
thirty guests of the Hershey Arms,
Wilshlre boulevard and Coronado
street, will occupy boxes In honor of
Richard Bennett, who Is playing a
special engagement at the Burbank.
Mr. Bennett is staying nt the Hershey
Arms while in the city.
Miss Marjorle Rambeau and her
mother entertained at a small after
theater supper Monday night at their
home Jn Alvarado street in honor of
James K. Hackett. Covers were laid
for Dr. Edwin Janss, Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Beasley and Mrs. Klndlerberger.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
week was that of Wednesday evening,
when Miss Mildred Edith Symons,
daughter of Mrs. Jessie Symons of 136
South Slchel street, became the bride
of Franklin Clarke Morrison, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morrison of 130
North Grlffln avenue. In the Advent
Christian church Immediately after the
usual prayer meeting. The church had
been beautifully decorated for the oc
casion. Huge clusters of sweet peas
and Shasta daisies were used most ef
fectively in a network of asparagus
ferns. The full ring service was read
by the Rev. M. M. Livingston. Just
before the bridal party appeared Mrs.
Edna Parker, a cousin of the bride,
sang "O Promise Me," with Miss Anna
Smith at the organ. The bride, attired
In a dainty gown of white silk mull,
with a shower bouquet of white sweet
peas, entered with her maid of honor.
Miss Edith Morrison^ yt'uo wore a
white lingerie dress and carried an arm
bouquet of pink sweet peas. They
passed down the side aisle to the
strains of the "Lohengln" bridal cho
rus, and met the bridegroom and his
best man, Thomas Pennington, at the
altar. After the congratulations and
showers of rice the young couple en
tered their waiting automobile, which
had been decorated with white ribbons,
old shoes and various mottoes, and
their friends had It so arranged that
Instead of being taken to the station
they were driven about East Los An
geles until the other guests could reach
the station and give them an extra
send off. After a short wedding trip
Mr and Mrs. Morrison will be at home
to their friends at 236 North Eastlake
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steams and their
two sons left Friday morning for Cedar
hurst, N. V., where they will visit Mr.
Steams' sister. They will motor
through Xew York and the Berkshires
and will not return until fall.
Dr. Catherine E. Gaynor and Mrs.
George Beck entertained twenty mem
bers of the Recreation club and ten
members of the Ebell club at a box
party, at the Orpheum Thursday after
noon, and later were hostesses at a re
past at the Pig and Whistle.
Mrs. Oliver P. Clarke of Menlo ave
nue entertained with a luncheon infor
mally Wednesday afternoon In honor of
the officers who have served on the
boards with her at the Friday Morning
club the past year. Covers were laid
for Mrs. Charles Farwell Edson, Dr.
Dorothea Moore, Mrs. Morris Albee,
Mrs. Jules Kauffman, Mrs. N. K. Pot
ter, Mrs. Stoddard Jess, Mrs. Berthold
Baruch, Mrs. George F. Bugbee, Mrs.
Hugh W. Harrison, Mrs. Charles O.
Nourse, Miss Abby Morgan and Mrs. G.
Mrs. C. M. Spaulding of Sacramento
is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Seaman of Scarff street. Mrs.
Spaulding came down expressly to at
tend the Roberts-Seaman wedding and
will remain for several weeks.
Mrs. Robert Comstock, jr., and little
son of Chicago will arrive in Los An
geles about July 5, and will be the
house guests of Mrs. Comstoek's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins, in
West Twenty-fourth street. Many lit
tle affairs will be given in her honor.
Mrs. Titian Coffey entertained Wed
nesday afternoon with an informal tea
in honor of Mrs. Harry Logan at her
home in West Adams street. Red roses
and ferns were combined with Shasta
daisies for decoration.
Mrs. Logan is from Toronto, Can
ada. She is the house guest of the
Alfred Solanos of South Figueroa
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Grover have re
turned from Alamitos bay, where they
have passed the spring months and
will be at home at 628 South Burling
ton avenue. _^
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Miss Jessie Downey Jones, who will
leave noxt Thursday for Chicago for a
summer course In the normal depart
ment of the Chicago Art institute, has
been pleasantly entertained by her
friends during the past week.
• Miss Jonos was recently elected
president of the alumni association of
iln college of fine arts of the Univer
sity of Southern California and mem
bers of the association have cnter
tatned for her.
Monday afternoon Miss Alma.May
Cook, the retiring president, gave an
informal affair at the El Moro for
Miss Jones, at which the guests were
all members of the association.
Wednesday afternoon Miss Arley
Gordon Tottenham, retiring vice pres
ident entertained' the members at a
toa at her home on Lake street and
Friday afternoon Miss Edna Mario
Blumve gave a garden party at which
Miss Jones was honored.
Miss Jones will return September 1
and will establish the art department
of the new Burbank high school for
the fall semester.
• Mrs Eleanor Martin, Peter Martin
and. A. J. Walker of San Francisco
are passing some, days in the city and
are located at the Van Nuys. They
havo come down on a business trip,
but having so many friends in the city
will enjoy quite a round of small din
ners while here. Mrs. Martin will re
turn to the city the latter part of
July accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Martin. They will then make
quite a long visit.
Miss Elizabeth K. Knudsen was the
hostess at a beautiful brldgp party on
Tuesday afternoon at Hotel Holly-
WOOd< The games were played In the
Charming Young Woman Whose
Engagement Is Announced Today
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sun parlor, which had been decorated
In green and pink for the Moody-
Deerlng wedding reception. Prizes
were won by Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs.
Paul Compton, Mrs. Samuel Baker,
Mrs. Klaber of San Francisco and
Miss Esther Sparks and Miss Lewis.
Places were prepared for five tables
and Countess Wachtmeister, Mrs.
George B. Rodney, Mrs. L. D. Miller,
Mrs. William Goodwin, Mrs. E. M.
Nightingale, Mrs. Paul English, Mrs.
Sanford Wilson, Mrs. O. A. Vickery,
Mrs. George S. Safford, Mrs. John L.
Garner, Mrs. Alexander Bogy, Mrs.
Albert Burford, Mrs. Paul Compton,
Mrs. Fred Kent, Mrs. F. G. Dickinson,
Mrs F. J. Baker, Mrs. L. K,lncald and
the Misses Esther Sparks, "Alice Eye
ton and M. Sparks played bridge and
Mrs. Shattuck, Mrs. M. C. Russell,
Mrs. M. J. Anderson, Mrs. J. C. Kla
ber, Mrs. King, and Miss Lewis were
Invited in for tea afterward.
In the evening Miss Knudsen en
tertained with a most delicious dinner.
The tables were covered with a cluny
lace cover and Cecil Bruner roses were
used in the docoratlons. Corsage bou
quets of the dainty rosos were at each
plate. Covers were laid for Countess
Wachtmeister, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Vickery,
Mr and Mrs. Paul English, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Frost, Miss Knudsen
and Axel Wachtmeister.
Mrs. Mllo A. Baker and her daugh
ter, Miss Lois Baker, entertained with a
luncheon Thursday afternoon at the
Annandale club in honor of Miss Mar
guerite Vlckery, whose engagement to
Richard Applegate was recently an
nounced. Covers were laid for Miss
Marian Judah, Miss Ileen Bullls, Miss
Jessie Atwood, Miss Mona Botsford,
Miss Clara Estep, Miss Dorothy Par
kenson, Miss Hazel Ball, Miss Edith
Englehard and Miss Belle Baker.
Mrs. William J. Chichestor and Mrs.
Weedon Gray- of 2806 Menlo Avenue
entertained with a charming reception
Friday afternoon at the Los Angeles
Country club. The club house was
beautiful with Immense bunches or
Shasta daisies and ferns, and In the
dining room, where the coffee and tea
were eerved, the centerpiece was an
Immense shower basket of Killarney
roses and lilies of the valley. Tiny
pink shaded candles wore on the four
corners of the table. Mrs. Chichester
and Mrs. Gray wore assisted by Mrsi
C. C. Carpenter, Mrs. Frank Burnett,
Mrs Albert Crutcher, Mrs. Willough
by Rodman, Mrs. West Hughes, Mrs.
William K. Thompson, Mrs. W. D.
Woolwlne, Mrs. William Monroe Lewis.
Mrs. Gail B. Johnson, Mrs. E. J. Mar
shall, Mrs. Henry Ellison Covert, Mrs.
Melville Johnston, Mrs. Alice K. Par
sons, Mrs. E. H. Parsons, Mrs. John
Jay Akin, Mrs. Mathew S. Robertson,
Mrs. Erasmus Wilson, Mrs. William. T.
Johnson, Mrs. Jonathan Scott, Mrs.
Lynn Helm, Mrs. Scott Helm. Mrs.
Shirley C. Ward, Mrs. W. B. Mathews.
Mrs. Giles Kellogg. Mrs. S. B. Salis
bury Mrs. W. C. Patterson, Mrs. John
C McCoy, Mrs. Harry Coburn Turner,
Mrs. Kenneth Preuss, Mrs. O. T. John
son, Mrs. James McFerran of Louis
ville Ky., and Miss Annie Ward.
Mrs Chichester and Miss Kathorine
Chichester entertained in the evening
with a dance to which one hundred of
tho younger set were bidden. The
grounds were strung with Japanese
lanterns. Arend furnished the music
for the dancing. Assisting the hostess
and her young daughter were Miss
Dorothy Glllls, Miss Louise Fleming
and Miss Louise Hunt.
Members of the Venice Country club
entertained last evening with a tennis
dance at the club house. The patron
esses were Mrs. Abbot Klnney, Mrs. G.
H Barker, Mrs. M. M. Merry, Mrs.
W. L. Perry, Mrs. R. A. Phillips, Mrs.
M. T. Whltaker. During the dance the
tournament prizes were awarded.
Mrs. John C. Bannister of the Hart
mann apartments entertained with a
tea at her beautiful apartment Friday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank B.
Stlverwood, who recently returned from
an extended European trip. Moro than
one hundred guests were bidden.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Edwards of
Huron street will entertain today with
an old-fashioned chicken dinner in
honor of their son and his bride, Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Edwards, who have
returned from their wedding trip Jo
the north. •' ■ .
The house will he decorated with
pink and white flowers. In the living
room and library hydrangeas will ho
used, while on the table pink and
white carnations will be combined with
forns. Place cards will he little fluffy
chickens, and covers will be laid for
Mr. and Mrs. H. William Sherlock, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry King Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs R. V. 'Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Edwards. _^
Miss Lulu Scott, whose engagement
to Louis Forsythe Moore has been an
nounced, was the honored guest at a
miscellaneous shower given by Miss
Ada Miller of West Thirty-fourth
street Wednesday evening. Supper was
served under a huge palm tree, the
leaves of which were massed with
ferns, with little pink hearts hero and
there. Places were marked' with
corsage bouquets of eweet peas and
place cards painted with little Cupids.
After supper Miss Scott was told to
look among the frreenery, where nhe
found little envelopes which directed
her in her search for presents con
cealed In the grounds.
Miss Myrtle Pryible sang several
selections appropriate to the occasion.
The guests were Mrs. H. B. Alexan
der, Mrs. Alice Collins, Miss Evelyn
Birchell, Miss Ellen Scott, Miss Minnie
Brown, Miss Luella Brown, Miss Ada
Brown, Miss Belle Brown, Miss Char
lotte Brown, Miss Margaret Borthwick,
Miss Edna Best, Miss Clara Llpe, Miss
Grace Klngaley, Miss Esther Newlin,
Mrs. William Fisher, Miss Gertrude
AN inspection of materials for the summer wear shows that
certain oldtime reliable materials have returned under
new names, but our mothers will surely recognize their
friends in the shape of the coarse linens that resemble "oatmeal"
cloth, hopsackinp; and the various basket weaves. The feature
that commends itself to many women is the fact that the weave
is so evident that it serves for decoration.
I SAID to M. Frederlckson, Is
there any material change In
hairdress? "If any the ten
dency is toward a less close mass of
hair." Are ornaments much called
for? "Yes, indeed, and we have the
finest assortment in the city ap
propriate for young and old alike.
Fashions are much more elaborate,
so we buy accordingly; everybody
tells us that we have shown great
taste in our selection." Don't buy
hair ornaments until you have seen
the north window of this hulrdress-
Ing parlor. Worth your while to
walk down to 743 South Broadway.
A stunning new wrist bag ready
for warm weather is made of sup
ple patent leather in a small octa
gon shape with a double strap han
dle, Which is long enough to slip
over tho wrist, which by the way is
the latest method of carrying the
Hosiery is to be very elaborate.
There will be those beaded across
the instep, i'.h well as the embroid
ered vinelike design* A favorite
one is a design accentuating a cir
cle just above the Instep. Plain
stockings of lisle silk or gauze still
remain popular for the more con
In Paris tho floppy brim hats are
in the lead. I saw a. very stunning
one just brought over by a return-
Ing visitor. It was white rico straw
with wide brim, faced with taupe
velvet. The low, round crown was
simply trimmod with a wreath of
full-bloom rose.i in many lovely
Quito the smartest things shown
in plain effects for wear with lin
en dresses are tho big sailors with
The Summer Girl §
should be Juat as particular about her hair now as at any other time of
the year. Madam Petrie certainly can work wonders In the new and latest
styles for the woman of fashion.
jji^ Switches, Janes, Transformations, Puffs and Curls.
/j£2^?**^fjv Now is the time to get In line with the latest style*
'SwjjjSywjjtt^^ of lmlrdreH3 with puffs at lowest possible prices.
V??sJtfjii^yflflNf. I>un*B from 6Uc up to 1.0. A ap«clai bargain for f5, from
C *?JHyry?fcK< i l(t to 21 pun-n—think, only «3| One nice halri cot»ts moetly
\ "rjlMia tl>e'whole hrad|-
L —Three sprrlala in human hair switches— ,"••!■
\ A. i% Inch long switches for V&\ (rand qustltyi worth Dp to
V \ *l«. Look at these. \ s
S*^*^. ' l.«.in of 18, SO and VI Inch lon* switches only tSoi molt
/ . J all shades.
Wholesale and retail store. Mall orders promptly aMended to.
Cut hair wlra and toupeea and switches at wholeaale or retail prices. Psople
starting In business will be given special attention. .';. i
Also, ladles taught all kinds of hair work.
MADAM PETRIE'S NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS
FORMERLY FIFTH 6THEBT BTORB AND 882H BOOTH BROADWAY—
At 727 South Broadway
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Horgan, Mlsa Carrie Mullen. Miss Jen
nie Dick, Miss Mnttle Williams, Mlsg
Mattie Daveler, Mrs. Edward Moss
man, Miss Julia Wagner, Mlsa Laura
Conrad. Mrs. Malcolm Campbell, Mrs.
Elmer Lawrence, Miss Clara Benton,
Miss Myrtle Prytble. Mlsb Ella M
Novell, Mrs. E. P. Rowell, Miss Clara
Rowell, Mrs. Robert McQraw and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry fleorge Belcher
of 736 Lake street announce the en
gagement of their youngest daughter,
Mlsa .Lillian Lucille Belcher, to John
Lawrence Richardson. No date for tne
weiiding has been decided on.
Mr. and Mis. Belcher number among
the pioneers of the state, and Miss
Belcher, who la a talented musician,
onjoys a largo circle of acquaintances.
Mr Richardson, a prominent member
of the Billlkcn club, Is n graduate or
tho college of law of the University of
Southern California, and is now prac
ticing with the firm of Morgan &
Miss Maude E. Low, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. P Low of Kast Eighteenth
street, will become the bride of Oeorgo
W. Howard of tho Howard Brokerage
company, Thursday, June 30, at Christ
church. Rev. Baker P. Leo will road
the marriage lines, and only the imme
diate relative! will bo present.
Miss Carrie Waddllove of West
Twenty-eighth street entertained with
a luncheon Thursday afternoon. The
table was beautiful with roses ana
asparagus ferns. Covers wero laid for
Mrs. Alfred Solano, Mrs. C. C. Carpen
ter Mrs B. W. Smith, Mrs. I. N. Van
Nu'ys, Airs. Camerol Krsklne Thorn,
Mrs E. F. C. Klokke. Mrs. George King,
Mrs. E. P. Clark and Mrs. J. Ross
Clark. . •
Miss Mildred Burnett and Miss Kath
arine Harbour entertained charmingly
Wednesday afternoon with a tea in
honor of Miss Malda Nixon, who is the
house guest of Miss Burnett in South
Beacon street. The guests were "»"'"
hers of the younger set, and In tho
evening a buffet supper was served.
Then the young men were invited in
and a dance followed the supper. The
house was decorated with pink car
nations and ferns, and the young,
hostesses were assisted by Miss Fannie
Todd Carpenter, Miss Madeline King.
Miss Kathcrlne Banning. Miss EM»a
beth Helm. Miss Virginia Nourse Miss
Marjory Vtley, Miss Elizabeth Wood,
Miss Florence Wood, Miss Jane Rol
lins Miss Lillian Van Dyke, Miss Mar
guarite Hughes, Miss Grace :Burke.
MIM Josephine La~y, Miss Winifred
Maxaon, Miss Virginia WaUh. Msr
Edna Bennett, Miss Naomi Little, Miss
Edith Bryant and Miss Cally Bonner.
The Mt. Washington hotel was the
scene of a pretty luncheon on \V eilncs
d&y, when Miss Hortense Oearhart en
tertained with a luncheon in honor of
Mrs. James Revel Nave, a bride of
June. The table was decorated with a
(Continued on Vamf Thirteen)
straight or rolling brims made of
The artificial blossoms that are
holding first place at present are
roses nnd morning-glories.
The mesh for summer veilings has
grown large, open and cobwebby.
There is no sign of a wane in the
popularity of changeable silks They
arc used for the street or house
Combinations of "Bleu de roi"
and black are everywhere seen—in
blouses, wraps and mllilnery.
Ribs of brass as well as of gilt
and white enamel are seen in some
of the summer sunshades.
Voile de sole combined with lib
erty satin is extremely good this
season. The two materials are most
The newest bridal bouquet is
colled a waterfall. It is made of
long garlands of roses and carried
nver the arm extending to the bot
tom of the bride's gown.
Some of the bi>st dressed women
nre wearing for evening wraps
manteaut, The garment will have
its full quota of admirers.
Fur evening wear we are In
formed that there will be a return
of colored Irish lace, dyed to
match the gown.
Coarse Russian braid is used a
great deal for trimming coats and
For dress occasion the proper
tiling \r velvet slippers.
The Charlotte Corday Is fast gain
ing ground for the lace lingerie
Smart, practical and economical
is a Berge suit of white, with fine
hairline of black.