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Miss Clifton Peyton, Who Is Guest
of Friends and Much Entertained
"All the world loves a lover," and nil
society lovjes a new engagement. With
the announcement of the bridal pirty
of the Rowley-Ridgeway wedding came
the announcement of the engagement
of Miss Olive Harpham and Courtland
Scott Brown, two of the party, and
much Interest will be aroused in so
ciety this morning with the announce
by Mr. and Mrs.. Eli P. Clark of St.
James park of the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Mary Sherman Clark
and Dr. Henry Owen Eversole. Dr.
Eversole was the best man at the
liidgeway-Rowley wedding and Mill
Clark was one of the maids. The wed
ding will be solemnized in the garden
of Mr. Clark in the late afternoon of
Thursday, September IS, and will be
most informal and simple. Only the
most intimate friends of the bride
elect will be present. As Miss Harp
liam's wedding followed Miss Rowley's
within the month and Miss Clark's will
be a little over three months the ques
tion Is asked "Who will be the next?"
Do you know?
Mrs. Wilt W. Norris of New York,
who will be remembered as Miss Mary
Banning, daughter of Mrs. Mary Ban
ning of North Hill street, is visiting
friends and relatives in the city pre
vious to a trip around the world. Mrs.
Norris was one of the most popular of
all the society belles of Los An
geles and no affair was complete with
out her presence. Since her residence
in New York she has been a great
traveler, having been to Europe five
times and back to Los Angeles on
visits three times and will now try a
Health and Beauty Notes
MRS. MAE MARTYN
G. O. I.: Many -women, particularly
at this season of the year, have the
same trouble that now vexes you—thart
is, ordinary cold creams leave the skin
so oily that the complexion loses in
stead of gains from their use. Make
this cream jelly yourself at home anc
there will be an end to your troubles.
Get from your druggist one ounce of
almozoin, put it in a fruit jar, add
one-half pint of cold water and two
teaspoonsful of glycerine, stir briskly
for a few minutes and let stand over
iiight. This satisfactory cream is used
for massaging to prevent and remove
wrinkles, fill out hollow cheeks and
round off angles. It gives a clear, fresh
and soft skin, because it removes every
particle of dust and dirt from the pores.
It removes blackheads, and by making
large pores small prevents their re
turn. This cream contains no oils or
fats that will cause a growth of hair.
It prevents freckles, tan and sunburn.
Miss New York: You cannot be too
careful in caring for your hair. Yes,
take ;l shampoo every week If it la
necessary to keep your hair and scalp
free from dust. Never use soda, as it
fades the hair; many soaps, too, are
harmful, as they leave the hair dry
and brittle and cause streaks. Fur
a quick drying home shampoo there is
nothing so good as plain canthrox. Dis
solve, a teaspoonful in a cup of hot
water; pour on the head a little at a
time and rub well, just as you would
with any other shampoo. Then rinse
well. Canthrox makes a rich and plen
tiful lather that thoroughly cleanses
the scalp, removes dandruff, relieves
Itching and irritation and leaves the
heir soft, bright and fluffy—so that it
is easily dre ssd,
F. P. F.: Your eyes are weak and
in . ' a strengthening- tonic. Get from
your druggist in ounce of crystos and
dissolve ii In a pint of water. Drop
one "'" two drops In each eye whenever
they are tired, red or Inflamed This
Simple eye tonic hi Ips wonderiully in
keeping the eyes bright and clear and
does away with that lack-lUSter and
expressionless look that so detracts
from an otherwise attractive girl's ap
le. I.: To remove the superfluous
hairs from your faeo and fon .inns, mix
a little delatone with h water to
form a paste, cover the Bkin on which
the annoying hair and let it
remain two or thref minutes; then wipe
off the paste and wash the Bkin with
warm water. Get the delatone in the
original one-ounce package as it .omes
from the chemical works. It retails
at one dollar and is sold in up-to
drug stores. Should the hall
appear, they will ho lißl't and tmn and
a second application of delatone will
permanently rid you of them.
SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
trip circuiting the globe. She will not re
turn to Los Angeles fur an Indefinite
time. Since Mrs. Norris has been in
Los Angeles she has been much enter
tained; among the affairs given In her
honor was a dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Randolph Miner as Iwsts, a dinner
With which Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grif
fith entertained, and a theater party
with supper afterward at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Earl, whose
bouse guest Mrs. Norris has been for
part of her stay in town and a wei k
end automobile party at the Earl
shooting box, Wild Hose, near Corona,
Mrs. Xorris has also been the honored
gue.^t at many week-end parties at
Catallna, where her brothers, William
Banning, Joseph Banlng and Hancock
Banning, have their summer homes.
Senator and Mrs. Eugene Ives are
ent<rtainingr with a most delightful
house paity for the week end at the
Alamltos Bay club house, which they
have taken with a house adjoining for
the summer season. The guests have
gone over Friday afternoon, and this
afternoon many more will folow. The
guests who went Friday are Mrs.
Edwin T. Earl, Miss Echo Allen, Miss
Inez Clark, Miss Mary Anderson
AValker, Dr. Owen Eversole, George
Ennis, Irving AValker, Percy Wicks,
Kay Crawford, Henry Daly, Henry
Station, Lieut. Adolphus Staton, Stu
key, P. de Aliaea, Robert Gllholm and
James Page. This morning's visitors
, will include Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Brunswig, their daughter, Mrs.
Sholer, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Bry
ant, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barham, Dr.
and Mrs. Rae Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Country Girl: Isn't it your own fault
that your sweetheart appears to be
losing interest in you? If other girls
take pains to make themselves attrac
tive to him, instead of pouting or re
fining, you should immediately take
steps to put yourself on an equal foot
ing with them. To clear your com
plexion and keep it rosy and fresh, fol
low the advice given above to G. O.
I. and apply to your face, neck and
arms daily v lotion made by dissolving
four ounces of spurmax in a half pint
of hot water and adding two teaspoons
ful of glycerine. This will help your
dark face and neck. It will give you
a beautiful complexion and is much
better than powder, because it will not
rub off or show. Spurmax lotion is in
expensive and there is nothing better
to prevent freckles, tan and sunburn.
Girls who work in stores or offices us»
this face wash because it removes the
necessity of re-touching the complexion
during the day. •
G. S. O.: Your scalp is not in a
healthy condition or it would not feel
so hot, dry and hard, nor would your
hair bo brittle, splitting at the ends
and falling out. You can refresh and
invigorate your scalp and the hair
roots by the use of a quinine hair tonic
made as follows: Gel from your drug
gist one ounce of qulnaoln; dissolve it
in one-half pint of alcohol and add
one-half pint of water. Bub this into
the scalp and hair roots two or three
times a week and it will give new life
to your hair, making it soft, rich and
glossy. Regular use of this tonic de
stroys the germs that cause dandruff
and baldness. You will find thin tonic
much better than any ready-prepared
tonic you can buy, and it will not stain
the hair or scalp.
Mrs. G-: Yes, a fleshy woman Is at
a disadvantage in society or business.
To reduce your weight, dissolve four
ounces of parnotis In l' : . pints of hot
water and take one tablespoonful three
times a day, before als. This sim
ple and harmless remedy takes off
Superfluous fat quickly and without in
M'liss: (1) Don't watte your money
on external treatmeni for pimples and
blotches when the trouble is internal.
To make a good blood tonic and liver
invigorator set an original one-ounce
ige of kardene from your drug
gist, mix it with one-half cup of sugar,
then dissolve in one-half pint of alco
hol and add \V 2 pintw hot water. This
formula makes a full quart of ti.nlc, of
which you should take one tablespoon
, ful three times a day, before meals.
As an all-Hrnund tonic It has no su
perior. It will restore your lost appe
tite and strengthen and build you up.
lit purifies the blood and the eruption!
on your skin will soon disappear, (g)
I Consult your dentist.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1010.
Charming Young Matron Who Has Been
Visiting with Friends and Relatives
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Frank Hereford of Tucson, Ariz.; Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Green, Miss Carmelita
Rosecrans, Miss Lucile Clark, Miss
Sarah Clark, Miss Orenia Chalmers,
Walter Brunswig, Jessie Clark, James
Utley, Will Rosecrans and Jack Sum
Formal announcement is made of the
engagement of Miss Martha Pearl
Judson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Lees Judson, and George Moore
Wiley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wiley
of Eagle Hock. The wedding will be
solemnized September 7 at All Saints
church, the Rev. W. K. Maison, rector
of the church, reading the service.
The bride is one of the most attractive
of the younger set and prominent in
the southwest part of town, her father
being dean of fine arts at the Univer
sity of Southern California.
Among the charming visitors in our
lovely city this summer is Miss Clifton
Peyton of Springfield, Mo., who is the
house guest of Miss Rebecca Lynch,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. liynch
in West Twenty-third stret. Many
charming affairs have been given in
her honor. Among them Miss Lynch
entertained with a tea and Miss Head
ley of Ellerjdale place will entertain
with a card party Monday afternoon,
August 29. Miss Peyton, who is a
cousin of Valentine Peyton of West
lake, avenue, will visit them before her
return to her home.
Mrs. J. A. Harper and her daughters,
Misses Bertha and Julia Harper of
Champaigne, 111., will pass the year in
Los Angeles and are domiciled at the
Westlake apartments. Mrs. Harper is
the sister of Mrs. H. J. Harpenbower
of 2262 Cambridge street.
Mrs. Mac Comber of Dcs Molnes,
lowa, is chaperoning a party of ladies
to China and Japan. Mrs. H. C. Wy
man was the guest of honor at an af
fair with which Mrs. Harpenbower en
tertained Friday evening previous to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop of San
Francisco arrived in Los Angeles yes
terday morning and are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William T. Bishop on West
In honor of Mrs. John Kohler Marsh
of Omaha, who has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gains
borough, in Wesley avenue, Mrs.
George B. Walrath of the Moss Rose
apartments entertained at the Bur
bank. Mrs. C. H. Kellogg of 1411 Bond
street was hostess at a luncheon of ten
covers Friday afternoon, the table be
ing decorated with pink and white
asters and ferns. Bridge was played
afterwards and Mrs. Qoldaborough
captured the first prize. Mrs. Adelaide
MacGregor was Hostess with a musicale
last evening at her home in West Six
teenth street. Mrs. J. R. Countryman
entertained with a daintily appointed
luncheon at ther home in West Thirty
sixth place Tuescday afternoon, tiP.e
table being decorated with yellow and
green, poppies and ferns furnishing the
flowtrs and the place cards being hand
painted. The guests included Mrs.
Marsh, Mrs. C. L. Goldsborough, Mrs.
Adelaide MacGregor, Mrs. Herbert
Squires, Mrs. Harry Goldsborough,'
Mrs. F. 1.. Goldsborough and Miss
Mrs. Clarence Stone will entertain
in honor of Mrs. Marsh at her home
in Norton avenue with a card party
and Miss Mabel Watkins or Lovelace
avenue will be hostess with ■ theater
party taking her guests to Christo
pher's for tea afterwards.
Mrs. F. J. Young of Bridge street
true a most charming Spanish dinner
Wednesday afternoon, scarlet gerani
ums and ferns being used In the dec
orations with place cards of hand-
MRS. WTLT W. NORMS
painted Spanish maidens. Covers
were laid for Mrs. George B. Walrath,
Mrs. Harry Baxter, Mrs. Frank E.
Young, Mrs. Edward Jones, Mrs. Frank
Danz, Mrs. Minna Young and Mrs.
F. L. Goldsborough. The prize win
ners In the briwge games, which fol
lowrd the luncheon were Mesdames
Walrath, Young and Marsh, who re
ceived fancy vases.
Mrs. Mnrsh will loave Wednesday
morning for home and accompanied by
Mr.' Marsh will travel in the East
for several months.
Mrs. Rudolph Pelsig of 405 West
Sixty-fifth street entertained with a
theater party Wednesday evening, The
house was decorated with a profusion
of roses, carnations and ferns.
The wedding of Miss Mabel Gray,
daughter of Capt. F. Edward Gray of
West Adams street, and Dr. L. E.
Nichols will take place at the family
residence Monday, August 29, the Rev.
Lewis Gouverneur Morris, rector of St.
John's Episcopal church, officiating.
After a wedding trip Dr. and Mrs.
Nichols will be at home at 720 West
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis Allen,
who have been passing a month at
Ocean Park, have returned home.
While at ' their cottage they enter
tained as house guests Misses Laura
Hoffman and Alma Gardiner of South
Pasadena and Miss Jennie Jones and
Leon Spinks of Los Angeles.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Milster of Deming, N. M., who cele
brated the second anniversary of their
wedding Thursday, William Ruther
ford entertained with a dinner at the
Hotel Angelus. Mr. and Mrs. Milster
have rented a cottage at Ocean Park
and among the party of visitors from
Deming in the party is Miss Mary Ma
loney, who is a student at the Notre
Mrs. Frank Wheat of 3521 Oakwood
avenue entertained with a musicale in
honor of Mrs. Nellie Hlblor at her
beautiful new home in v Hollywood on
Thursday afternoon. Another guest of
honor was Mrs. B. M. Wooding of New
York, who has come to make her home
in Los Angeles.
Among the Los Angeles globetrotters
are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Potter, who
are registered at the Hotel Woodward,
Times square, New York city. Others
I who left last week lor a year's trip
I around the world are Mrs. Amity Nea
lon, Miss Genevieve Coyne, Mrs. S.
Brown Moore and Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brent of Berke
ley square were hosts last evening with
a dinner in honor of the twenty-ninth
anniversary of their wedding. Twenty
nine guests responded to invitations.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Adams, who
have been passing a month at Venice,
returned to their home in Huntlngton
i drive and accompanied by their daugh
-1 ten will soon leave for Tahoe, where
they arc planning a month's outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Miner of
West Adams street, who' have been
passing two weeks at Santa Barbara,
returned home Friday marning.
Mrs. E. C. Thompson of Brent ave
nue, South Pasadena, left Friday even
ing on the Owl for a month's visit in
San Francisco and Oakland.
In honor of Mrs. Robert Comstock,
jr., of Chicago, who Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins,
In West Twenty-i'ourth street, and
.Miss Grace Bromheld of Burllngamo.
who is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Fletcher Elliot In West Twen
ty-third street, Mr. and Mrs. T. T,
Patterson of West Twent"-fourth
street entertained with a bridge party
last evening. The house was beauti
fully decorated with, a profusion of
roses and ferns :ind places were ar
ranged for ten tables.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Woodhead have
taken the P. J. Boveridge home in
Hollywood, where they will remain un
til September i, when they will return
to' Berkeley in time for the opening
of the college. The Misses Woodhead
are students at Stanford.
Miss Nora Sterry of Ellendale place
left Friday morning for Fort Rose
crans, where she will be the house
guest of Capt. and Mrs. Cabel. Miss
Agnes Cabel, who has been Miss
Sterry's guest for the past week, ac
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Eugene Hal
sey of 1702 South Marengo avenue left
Thursday afternoon for an outing at
Mr. and Mrs. Q. N. Richards of
Casa Verdugo have returned from a
three weeks' outing at the' Hotel Vir
Mrs. C. B. Modrull, who has been
traveling in Europe, is now in Flor
ence, Italy, and will return to Amer
ica the last of September. She is plan
ning to visit in Now York and Chicago
before she returns to Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. George Drake Ruddy,
who passed two months in Honolulu,
are at home again and have opened
their charming home in Wilshire bou
Mrs. Joseph Moffatt of 1021 Alpine
■treet entertained Tuesday evening in
honor of Miss Alice Dyson of Bartles
wood, Okla., who is the gupst of Mis*
Hazel Hyde in Maplewood avenue.
The house was decorated with scarlet
geraniums, roses and ferns und the
guessing game of "Sir Hecccfmb" was
played, after which the young people,
wore blindfolded and drew pigs and
brides on a large sheet of paper. Miss
Margaret Sullivan won the prize for
the game and Miss Octavia Hudson
of Alhambra captured the prize for
drawing the best "pig." Among the
guests were Misses Rosalie Buc'.ington,
Hazel Hyde, Adollo Rathwell, Cor
nelia Wild, Margaret Sullivan, Clara
Wild, Joan Wild and Octavia Hudson.
Among the many visitors in the city
this past week were Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Mac Lean, of Honolulu, and
their charming daughters, Missos Car
rie and Helen Mac Lean, who were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morlan
In Manhattan place. Many affairs were
planned Irt honor of the young women.
Among them Miss Rae Belle Morlan
was hostess at an Informal summer
dance at the Country club where the
decorations were all in shell pink car
nations and the progrnms were in blue
and gold with the Hawaiian "Aloha"
and the monogram of the guests of
honor on the cover. Fifty of the young
er get accepted Invitations. Miss Hel
ene Montague of Oxford avenue en
tertained in honor of the Misses Mac-
Lean with a theater party at the Or
pheum taking hor guests to the Alex
andria afterwards. The visitors left
/or the week end as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Morlan to Catalina and will le;ive
for Denver und Colorado Springs Wed
nesday, returning 'to Honolulu early in
Miss Henrietta Mossbarker Ipf West
Adams Heights has gone to X*atallna
fur an outing.
Announcement is made of the mar-
Miss Martha Pearl Judson One of
the Season's Popular Brides-Elect
rlage of Miss Blanche L. Marble and
Clarence E. Klingelsmith. Mr. and
Mrs. Klingelsmith will reside in Ne
-Zr. and Mrs. Frank Pchramm, who
have been passing three months In
Ocean Park, accompanied by their
daughters, the Misses May and Alice
Schramm, have returned to the city.
In honor of Miss Nellie Harr of
Washington, D. C, Mrs. Alfred L.
Leonard entertained with a beautiful
tea at lier home in Hollywood Thurs
day afternoon. The house was beauti
fully decorated, pink roses, ferns and
a profusion of bamboo being used In
the drawing room, and pink carnations
in the (llninsr room. Tile table WU
festooned with wide streamers of pink
tulle, shower bouquets of carnations
anil ferns tied with buttcrtly bow:;
completing the effect. Mrs. Leonard
wore an Imported sown of white em
broidered iwisa. Miss Harr was at
tired in an Imported gown of white
lace over pink satin with pearl and dia-
"Boudoir" Player Pianos
' HSIQS Oft
<i\s^Tj' i ia■■-ijjjHl Regular selling price $500. This
If A^V^*s!»^s||^j!|a as been aptly named the "Ideal
fj^Nfii^vV jKjj §1 Player Piano." It is hacked by a
XSi^lN I w I ill I stron£ 5-year guarantee and in it are
Svlll \ •J«ns^^ JJllKh incorporated all the modern fea
if jP\r>^^^**OoP^^ tures. It is a positive sensation at
The Midsummer Clearance of
Pianos Continues ||
Still selling Everett, Crown,. Howard, Slebert, Concord and Dayton pianos
brand new instruments— prices never before made on like qualities..
Terms can be arranged.
(300 Pianos going at $105 $330 Piano* going at $423
$350 Pianos going at $233 $000 Pianos going at $485
$373 Pianos going at *!•>"> $080 Pianos going at $585
¥400 Pianos going at $283 »500 Player Pianos going at $400
$450 Pianos going at .$325 $750 Player Pianos going at.., $000
$300 Pianos going at $383 $850 Player Pianos going at $700
Smith Music Company
406 West Seventh Street
For Your Fall and Winter
To Be Modish Must Be Made by
J. GERZ, Ladies' Tailor
of 220 West Fourth Street
His suits are always good looking and "up to the minute" In style and
finish. He spares no pains when it comes to having all the work he turns
out to be "smart looking. His gowns keep their shape for years. Why?
Because they are well cut and of the best material. His customers are
among the most fashionable women of the city. Call up F3510, make a I
date to call and see his new goods and leave your order for one or more
tailored suits. MR. GERZ Is a busy man, so call early while you can get
a chance to talk with him. . ■
No Matter How Much Money a
Woman Wants to Spend for a
she always wants the latest cut and the best lit. The Los . Angeles women have
learned that . -
the ladles' tailor at 420 South Uruadtvay, Is the man that can tit you perfectly.
MR. lIOKWITZ has Just returned from New York, where he has been ■In ■ touch
with the leading tailors of that great city. He has all the new Ideas and a beauti
ful Mock of goods, also models, for hi- fall and winter trade. Don't think of
having a suit made without tint consulting
mond ornaments. Miss Harr will visit
Dr. ;mtl Mrs. K. B. Perrln of Denver
and Arizona and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Daly in Now York before her return to
■Washington, where she will figure
largely In the entertainments which
her brother. William 11. Harr, assistant
United States attorney general, gives
each season at the capitol.
Miss Bess Gardner of El Centro
avenue entertained at her home In
South Pasadena recently with a chafing
flish supper. Among those present were
Miss Laura Hoffman. Miss Lural Per
kins of Pomona. Miss Bertha Hoffman,
Wendall Kuencer, Gilbert and Wln
Miss Nora Dlcklns-n of Beacon
Ftrr.-t Is passing the summer with her
parents who have taken a cottage at
Judge and Mrs. J. H. Pryor of Oak
lawn park. South Pasadena, are en
tertaining as guests Dr. and Mrs. J.
(Continued on P««e Nine)