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Mr. and Mrs. Telfair Croighton, in en
tertainment of Miss Juana J. Noal of Chl
sagb, received a number of their friends
very charmingly hat night with progres
sive whist, at their home, Hi West Waahr
Ulgton street. The artistic decorations
were tinder .the .directions of Mrs. Elsie
at urn we 11. The drawing rooms were
beautifully arranged with ealla lilies and
a profusion of white flowers, adorned the
fret work over the doorway, and over
curtains and walls were graceful strands
of smilax and feathery papyrus. The
mantel in the dining room was banked
with laurestinas, making a pretty contrast
against the dark leaves of English ivy.
In the hay window of the same room
was a lattice wrirk of ivy held at intervals
with dusters of laureate baa, Mrs. Cretgh
ton was assisted in receiving by Mrs.
Delicious punch and refreshments were
served during the evening. The prizes
awarded were:
Ladies' first prize, a handsome silver
cake knife; socond, a silver tea hell con
solation, silver paper cutter, Gentleman's
first, chafing knife; second. silver
mounted hat brush: consolation, silver
nail lib' in ease. The invited guests were
Mr. and Mr.-. Fred C.Hawes.Mr. ami Mrs.
Holterhoff, Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Hughe-.
Mr. and Mr.-. West Hughes, Mr. and Mrs.
Sumner I. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hum, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Jones. Mr.
ami Mrs. Abbott Kinney, Lshtanda Park;
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. ('. Klokke, Mr. hum
Mrs. Charles Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Kan
MeFarland, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. A. Off,
Captain and Mrs. li. E. Overton.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller I). Patrick, Mr.
and Mrs. John K. Plater, Mr. and Mr-.
Perriz, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Schumacher, Mr. ami
Mrs. Ed, Silent.'Mr. and Mrs. 1 .I>. Slim
son, Mr. and Mr>. Ears Stimsou, Mr. ami
Mrs. Wtttard Stlnson, Mr. ami Mrs. M.
S. Severance, Mr. and Mrs. 11.
more, Mr. and Mrs. RobertJWidney, Mr.
and Mrs. P. E. Davis. Mr. ami Airs. .1.
E. Cook, Mr. ami Mrs. T. E. Earl. Mr.
and Mrs. Cuas. B. BUis, Mr. ami Mrs. C.
W. It. Pord, Mr. ami Mrs. T. E. Gibbon,
l»r. ami Mrs. W.L.Graves,Judge and Mrs.
Graff. Mr. and Mr.-. W. li. ( line. Mr. and
Mrs. Marl. Lewis, Mr. and Mis. W. 11.
Holliday. Judge and Mrs. Anderson, Cap
tain ami Mr-. Chas. Hall. Mr. and Mrs.
Al. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Whit
ing, Air. and Mr-. W. t'. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Borden, Mr. and Mrs C. C.
Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Caswe 11. Mr. ami
Mrs. E. J. Thomas, Dr. and Mrs. .1. U.
I'tlev. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Vail. Mr.
and 'Mrs. Henry Lick. Mr. ami Mrs. C. S.
Walton, Mr. and Mr-. Shirle. Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. ii. Wllej Wells, Messrs. J. 11.
Shoemaker. Doiieus, W. Thorpe, Butler,
the Misses Wills, Dangerfield, M. L. Graff
and Dr. Wills.
The Monday Morning Club
Met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. S.
Vosburg in her hospitable home on Figu
eroa street. Hoses, carnations and potted
ferns added their fragrance and grace to
the cheerful surroundings, and one of the
best programmes ever given in the club
was rendered with most admirable and
even excellence. Miss Rogers especially,
interpreted her numbers in a most de
lightfully artistic and niusieianly manner.
The next meeting of the club will be held
at Mrs. Albert Carlos Jones' on Twenty
seventh street. The guests yesterday
were: Mesdames Plater, Solano", Brooks,
Foster. Sartori. McLaughlin, Albee, Peck,
Hopkins, Kewhall, Mason. Yon Mutter
bach. Cook, and Miss Waddilove. Light
refreshments were served, at the conclu
sion of the programme, which was as
I'iano duet, two movements, Third Sym
phony Mendelssohn— Mrs. Vosburg, Miss
songs, a. Thou Art Like Unto a Flower,
Schumann; b. When f Was a child of Three,
J. C. Goodwin—Mrs, R, X Judd.
1".-i.no, a. Andante Sonata, Rubcnstein;
b. Nocturne, L. Brassin—Miss Blanche Rogers.
Trio, Meditation, R'.ehardsou—Miss Rogers,
piano; Miss Macneil, violin; Miss Rogers,
Song, Patria, Tito Mattei—Miss Scarborough
Violin, Scenes de Ballet, De Beriot—Miss
Dora James, Mias Ellsworth accompanist.
I'iano, Tarantella, Schumann—Miss Carrie
Song, Little Boy Blue-Mrs. .ludd.
Trio, Grand Nocturne, G Schubert—Mias
Vosburg, Miss Macneil, Miss Mullins.
Violin, Gavotte, .lean Becker-Miss Mullins.
Hearts at Mrs. Mokke's
Fifty ladies and gentlemen were enter
tained delightfully last night by Mrs. and
Miss Klokke at their handsome residence
home on Figueroa street. The rooms
were charmingly decorated with a profus
ion of cut (lowersand large stands of calla
lilies, the whole having artistic finish of
papyrus. Hearts was played during the
evening and at the conclusion of the
game tempting refreshments were served.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. John
son, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. .1
W. A. Off, Mr. ami Stewart Hal!
Mr. and Mrs, Bund Francisco, Mr, and j
Mrs. Schumacher, Mr. and Mis. A. H.
Fixen, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, Mr. aim
Mrs. H. 'i. Wigniore. the Misses Miner,
Jevne, Prances Wldney, Ko.sc. Kurtz,
Jennie Bonsall, May McLellan, Kairchilds,
Patterson, tlwoiidolin Overton, Chandler,
GrotT, Francis Groff, the Misse Truman,
mininne Gaston, Kitty Fortuan, Bessie
Koi>. ainman, Wedemeyer, Humphrey,
the Messrs. Braly, Buudrum, Davis,
Schari, Hill, Blake, <'ieni:, Spencc, Ur.
Kurtz, Hurry Wynian, Swntne, ('has. For
man, W. J. Currer, Finlayson, Karl Hag
gett John Osgood, W. West, Blynrt, Wilson,
Arthur i'ike.
Here and There
Mrs, A. Hollenbeck, of Avon. \. v., | a
a guest oi Ur. 6. W. McClellan, of South
Pine street.
Mrs. Edward Lacy Bwaine entertained
with a luncheon yesterday in iionor of
Mrs. General Bwaine,
Mrs. flora Stewart reached bos Angeles
last evening from her home in Williams
port, Indiana, and is the guest oi Mrs. v
C. Knight, at Hotel Jackson,
Columbia Rebekah budge will give a
Itereopticon trip around" tile world in
eighty minutes, Thursday evening Feb
ruary 28th at 308 Main street.
At the .Vrt Association galleries, 110
west Second street, the Rev. J, C. Fletcher
will read a paper this evening on the
Painting of the lireeks. and Mr. Guy
Rose will also speak on Art in France.
Tbe Los Angeles Federation of Societies
met yesterday morning at, the residence
of Mrs. I!. M. Widney. mi South (Hive
street. The federation have invited tie
Associated Charities, Young Women's
Christian Association ami auxiliaries of
the Grand Army of tbe Republic to pre
pare and read papers upon their work, at
their meeting on March Bth, until which
time the constitution and by-laws can he
found at 8301-2 South Broadway, open
for signatures of organizations desiring
to unite with the federation.
A farewell surprise party was given Mr
and Mrs. W. .1. Richardson by the mem
bers of the East Side Rebekabs and Odd
Fellows last Friday evening, previous to
their departure for Garden Grove, where
they expect, to reside in the future
Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
\Y ,1. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. .lames
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Greer, Mr. and
Mrs. Griker, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Mr
and Mrs. O. L. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs,
Mnroolm. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Overholtier'
Mines. Tuppin, Fassig, Petrie, Hollen
beck, Hines, Walters', Morton, Misses
(J irtle l.«wrenec, bane, Henrietta Holmes,
tind Messrs. William Crotbers, Taylor and
A vet-v delightful surp'ise party was
given Miss Uzzie .Ncrney last Tuesday at
lor home. 627 Tulip street, in honor of
her eighteenth birthday. Dancing was
enjoyed in a hall at the corner of Tulio
and Cincinnati streets, and about mid
night adjournment was made to the home,
where refreshments were served. Tho«e
present were: Misses McFadden, Clara
Jerney, Mamie and Kate Whaling, Hattie
! etrick, Mary Smith, Bessie Bishop Al
! • Ha yes, Lfllle, Rose and Mamie Franck,
Irene and Aanie Peillch, Altai* and Kel'
lie fox ami Lizzie N'erucy; Messrs. Burn
Mettilvary, Max Eegerer,'l* rank Clouser.
Al Hardy, Louis > aeiror, James and Vii -
cent Guerclo, Dan Mel.an'. Ed Hitch
cock. Ted Henshaw, Charles and Henry,
Alfred and Amego Nair, B n Poster,
Prank Whaling, George Keiff, John Gavin,
Herbert King and Jo* Caldwell. During
tbe evening Messrs. Prank Clous*r, Max
Eagerer, Henry Pranck, Vincent Guercio.
Louis Yaeger arid Annie PbDieh favored
th quests with instrumental ami vocal
music and Miss MoPodden rendered sev
eral piano selections.
■ A concert and ball will be given by the
ladies of the Firs) fsiuritual Society of
Los Angeles, at New Music Hall, •-'•'il South
Spring street, Wednesday evening, Feb
ruary -7th. at 8 o'clock, {fallowing is the
Rejection by orchestra.
Swio, IValt Mr. Postman—AliceCartsr.
Wisainglogl I'ost March, violin and harp—
Sonsaaml ton.
solo, Call .Me Hack, l. Densa—Mrs, Mabel
seleollon — O relies tra.
Mrs. Caudle's Umbrella—Llllis Miller.
Cornet solo—Professor A. U Plnknam.
Duet, Eventide ft on (—Mrs Irving Pteroe ana
Mrs. Lizzie A. Stretcher.
March, Manhattan Beach, violin ami harp -
BOUIS ami son.
A masquerade party was given Miss
.Nellie House by her ' many friends- last
Thursday evening;, Oamea anil dancing
were enjoyed until a late hour, after
which ivtreshincnts were server!.
Anions those present were: Mr. nn<l
Mrs. Ricnter, Mr. and Mrs, Glbbg, Mr.
and Mrs. House, Mrs. Meensbuber, Mrs.
E. Sibley, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Ellsworth,
Mrs. G. Rushton. Mis. c. \V. Merry, Mis-
Lily rfamiscifc Miss Mary Harnisch, Miss
Manel Simiuouß,Misseß Nellie House, Kate
Mitchell, Jennie Big'eiow, Clara Muilally,
Bertha Fallln, PearTCotly, Minnie Miller,
Angle afcKehsie, Besitrioe Wicks, Mabel
Stone, Rosa McDonald, Ethel Ellsworth,
Bells White, Annie Cooke, May Connor,
Addie Perry, Bula Wingfleld, Stella ferry,
Myrtle McCormick, Mattie Lyon, Dollte
and Grace Trask, Laura Richterand Mr.
Holttead, George Johnston, Mr. Watklna,
Mr. Merry and -Messrs. Harrison, Boyles,
Overholtser, Stokely, Codington, Stephens,
McCormick, Sanborn, Overholtaer, Cod
ington, Cooke, Basby, lluss. Gibbs, Mc-
Donald, Crawford. Bigalow, Perry, Cox,
Stone. Easby, Spoor, Arms, ilullanl.
Keves. McMillan, Prescott, Peachy, Perry
and McDonald.
The event of the season so far in musical
circles at Qlendora was the recital given
Sasurday evening last by the vocal pupils
of Miss* Maud WeOtworth. Something
more than ;«*) invited guests were present,
who signified their appreciation by fre-
Qjuent and heart} applause. The event
was one of special interest at showing the
careful ami conscientious work of this
accomplished vocal teacher, and bringing
to notice for the tirst time publicly some
remarkably good voices. While all showed
the results 6x good training, four of the
pupils, Misses Rhorer, Morris and Taylor
and tieurge D. Lunt, gave evidence of ex
ceptional talent. Misses Maxson and
Vaughn accompanied the voices in excel
lent taste, and Mis* Maxson's solo was so
persistently encored that she responded
with a second number. Following is the
Instrumental Quartette, Ko. .i, Ma/as—Misses
Maxson. Kid well, Vaughn and Mr. Needham.
September, Charlton —W. K. Guiberson
Happy Pays, A. Strelczski, violin obligato —
Uiss lay lor.
Tell Her 1 Love Her So, De Faye—Miss I'lum
Legends, Mohring -Misses riummer, Rhorer,
Morris and l aylor,
A Scene from TbS School for Scandal—Miss
Mary Lamprey and W. R. Guiberson.
Reading—Miss Lamprey.
Fantasie Melodique, Singelee, violin solo-
Miss Alice Maxson.
bonging, Rubinstein—N. G. Guiberson.
the Waiting Heart, Torry, violin obligato —
Miss Mary liliorer.
Thelloly city, Weatherley -Miss Taylor.
Bright star of Love, Robandi, violin obligato
— George hunt.
Life Has No Power. Donizetti—Miss Khorer
and Messrs. Guiberson.
Tho Assistance League met yesterday
morning in the Blanchard-Fitzgerald Hall
and perfected arrangements for the booth
they will have in tne Citrus Fair. The
color scheme of the booth will be green
and yellow; palms, smilax, feathery bam
boo, acacia and yellow Marguerites*. The
decorating committer, with Mrs. J. Bond
Francisco as chairman, will be Mrs.
George Mead. Misses Adele Wedemeyer,
Nealy Hamilton and Matilda Jones of
Santa Monica. The committee on flowers
has Mrs. .1. S. Vosburg for chairman, and
her assistants will be Mines. .1. H. Ulley,
Margaret Hobbs, Fred. Thompson and
Miss Childs.
The committee on candy, with Mr.
Frederick Blanchard as chairman, is made
up of Mines. Duncan, Butler, Percy, Schu
macher, Hugh Vuil and Yon Slotterback.
Fresh flowers and candy will be'sent to
the booth each morning, and the ladies
in charge will not be detained more than
three hours at a time.
The hostesses for each day nud
portion ol the day are already
pledged Fur this week: Thursday
evening, Mrs. Fred T. Griffith and
Misses Allele Wedemeyer. Jennie Dorsey
and Anna Cash; Friday morning, Mrs. J.
8. Slauson and Miss Carrie Van Dyke;
Friday afternoon, Mesdames Margaret
Hobbs and George .v. Mead; Friday even
ing, Mesdames J. Bond Francisco, Edwin
T. Karl, Misses Jennie Kempton and Grace
Cede: Saturday morning, Mesdames Dun
can and Blanchard; Saturday afternoon,
Mrs. Percy Behumax}her and 'Miss Hamil
ton: Saturday evening, Mrs. Frederick T.
Griffith, Misses Bessie Bonsall, Beatrice
Chandler and Mamie Prentiss.
A large audience assembled at the Unity
church last evening for the piano recital
given hy Mrs. T. Masac. Miss Maud
MasaC assisted her mother with a charm
ing little song, which was rendered with
such nalvetle and grace that an encore was
demanded. In her second song Miss
Ma sac repeated her success with the tirst
and quite captured her audience. Mrs.
Masai 's programme contained the names
oi Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn. Qott
schalk, Saintßaens and l.iszt. and in the
rendition ol all she showed marvelous
force and execution. The forte passages
are given without the least apparent ef
fort, and her delicacy of touch in the
softer ami quieter passages is only equalled
by her brilliancy of execution, "in Saint-
Baens' chant Suns Paries Mrs. Masac ilis
played more feeling than in any other
number on the programme, and tier ren
dition of Josefy'a transcription of liach's
E. major Gavotte was admirable.
* * *
The concert in the Young Men's Christ
ian Association course last evening was
given hy Hie Schubert Quintette blub
assisted by Bernice Holmes, contralto
The club is composed of Edwin H.Clark
violin; C. K. Pemberton, violin; M. p)
Mason, viola and piano: C. \V. Stevens
violoncello; William H. Mead, flute ami
does good work individually and collec
tively. The programme was as follows-
Quintette,allegro, Kuhinu.
Vociil solo, Cood liye, Mvcot Day, Vnnnali
Sarn'sat'e,"" 0 ' Zl «»ueiierw«toea «iyps> Life),
Trio Op, 9T, ailegro. Keissiger.
\ oeal solo, Violets, Rorua,
GoUelmann." 010 ' ° P ' •'"'»»*« «Pr«*lvo,
(.QJJjnte'te: a, scherzo, Handel; b, The Mill,
uk^Mozart. 11 - m * Mt "°< l "* h °^
The next entertainment in the course is
under the direction of Miss AdUie L
Murphy, March 18th. '
She Lost Her Shawl
Dan Finucane, the Adonis of the Court
House, called at the police station yes.
torday and reported that one of bis lady
friends hadjelther lost, or had stolen out of
her buggy, a valuable black shawl, adorned
with black lace.
A riuilcal Treat
The Swedish quartette is still sinsiiv to
crowded houses nightly it the New
Vienna Buffet!.. In addition to this
rare attraction, many popular .■vt<ir< old
and new favorites, will hold the boards
during the coming week.
■ ... ■ ■ ■- , wii
j Bur bank Theater. --The Pulse of New
York omeof the modern melodramas with
realistic attachments is the bill fortius
week at this popular thenter, presented
by DaUeys stock company.
The features arc*, us Mr. Crummies
would remark, n real pile driver which
narrowly misses crushing tbeherc/a head,
a real elevated railway with passing
trains* a real lire scene and a leap tor life.
May Stannary plays six characters with
the finish and BUCCSSfI lor which she. is
Well known.
There are four aits and eleven scenes,
and each is full of action and sensations.
The seems arc all laid in New York ami
present forcibly may familiar views of the
great metropolis. The scenery is excel
lent and the accessories suitable.
Mr. Dailey's excellent company is fully
equal to the requirements of this exciting
piece, the comedy elements being well
marked out as a set-off against the more
somber elements of the play.
The Pulse ol New York ' will he piven
through the week With the following cast:
Folly .Morton \
Maggie Maguire I
Samantha Perkins i
Lowes*. , j Mftv Nan nary I
Pinker Pan. j
Mrs Haagerty \o. 2 j
Mrs. Florence Mennison . .Ceucvieve Nannary
Kilith Pe-tiiisoii Nina 'ionzales
Mother Bkevotski t w..,..,,, ..u.n
M: i, Haggerty > Margaret Marshall
Edward Me unison Frank (leaves
Philip Holt Mortimer Snow
Dicey Moran ) . ... .
Terapleton Tlppett | * ,can w einer
tammy Snapper Charles E. Eldjidge
Qiscorns am. Hallstt
Sloppy Fete Harry Armstioug
Kiccardo (Jus Lee
PoHcemau tteJoriey Ed F. Nannary
<r * *
OrpheUßl*—The entertainments present
ed at this house certainly have struck the
popular chord. The programme last night
was, as usual, a well selected and Interest
ing one. Stack and Milton, assisted by
Ben Bogrrer, the horizontal bar experts,
were again on deck, followed by Carter
and Mack in their parodies and funny
conversations. The Archers, Charles anil
Alice, musical and voenl artists, made
their Brst appearance. They are good,
and Charles Archer can drawas much and
as diversified melody out of his tin
whistle as a w hole orchestra. As one*
leyged acrobats, Conway and Iceland are
cleverer than the ordinary bipeds in the
same line of business. —
Miss Hilda Thomas sang a number of
songs, the words of which invariably ap
pealed to the rl Si hies of the audience.
Whal Miss Thomas' voice lacks in melody
i- made up in sound. She made quite a
hit in her son;;, Willie "and the Indians.
The Alinonts are excellent musicians,
who play a number of ii.struinents.
The bouquet of the evening was the
antics of Messrs. Mickey and Cole, bur
lesque trapes jets, whose clever work de
lighted everybody.
Los Angeles Theater—.lolly Nellie Mr-
Henry, in her clroo-comedy. A Night at
the Circus, a fanny conglomeration of
humor judiciously intermingled with
pretty dances, catchy songs and original
music, proves conclusively that the author
has struck the popular fancy, and seems
to know what the people want. The sale
of seats commenced yesterday, and Treas
urer Conanl says the advance sale proves
that .lolly Nellie is as popular in Los An
geles as in days gone by.
P. 11. Wise and wife, of Ht. Paul, Minn.,
are at the Nadeau.
John Klein ami family, of Dubuque, la.,
are at the Arcade.
N. M. Wise, of Wilmington, 111,, is
registered at the Arcade.
H. Andonaegui of Kuscnada, Mexico, is
stopping at the Hollenbeck.
Frank Kinsey and wife, of Chicago,
are registered at the Hollenbeck.
Frank K. Lippitt and wife, of Pcta
luma, are guests at the Hollenbeck.
I!. M. t;. Brown, Lieutenant Com
mander United States Navy, is ag est at
the Hollenbeck.
Harry Ronald, of New York, is at the
Hollenbeck. He comes to stay and will
go into business here.
J. A. Mid die ton and wife, of Dallas,
and Mrs. F. B. Ham, of Fort Worth, Tex.,
are guests of the Arcade Hotel.
Mrs. I>. F, Skinner, Miss C. W.Dickin
son, Miss Daisy Dickinson and 1,. 11.
Skinner, all of Valparaiso, 111., are at the
Mr. WaltcrS. Moss, the press repre
sentative of the Calhoun Opera Company,
Which will appear next week at the Los
Angeles Theater, is in the city. Mr. Moss
is an o d Pacific Coaster, having been a
confrere with Mark Twain on the Vir
ginia Enterprise.
Charles Filing was stnod up on Alpine
street. Sunday night and robbed ofilßoo.
He did not waste any time reporting it to
Chief Glass, and fortius reason the police
say that his story is a fake.
important matters will de discussed at
the meeting of the Northwest bos An
geles improvement Association, comer
Bellevue avenue and Montreal street, this
evening. All property owners arc invited.
Evangelist Mac Lane
A large audience was gathered in tbe
First Christian Church last night to hear
Evangelist Mac Lane preach upon tbe sub
ject of the Holy Spirit. The sermon was
a very thought fill and logical discussion
of the Bible teaching on the subject, and
was listened to with thoughtful and earn
est attention, En the patriarchal dispen
sation God arranged a plan for the re
Brings comfort and improvement and
| tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
'tcr than others and enjoy life more, with
!ess expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fig".
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas*
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds, headache* and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has g yen satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
Beys, Liver and Bowels without weal:
wing them and ii, is perfectly free irom
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists inSOoandftl bottles, butit Is man
ufactured by tbe California Fig Syrup
'"o.only, whose name is printed on every
uckagß) also the name, Syrup of Figs,
md being well informed, you will not
Beept any substitute U" offered.
deinption of mankind. In the Jewish
dispensation Jesus Christ came to carry
out this plan. In the Christian dispen
sation we have the Holy Spirit revealing
thlfl plan of redemption tit rhe world. The
iden that the Holy spirit speaks to men
through dnams and vision-* and hy some
peculiar feelings is ujiscriptul'al an*l er
rontons. He speak* t<> us through the
, Inspired pages of too gospel. And as we
I read its sarred puges or listen to the
! ppeachingot' \\< divine truth, the Holy
Bpirfl awakens us to accept Christ, hy the
use of the sword of the spirit which is the
word of God. God gives us brains, rea
soning powers, aud the Holy Spirit and
the BlblO and then calls upon us to de
cide and accept fir reject Christ and then
wefhavc the witness of the Spirit that we
are accepted of (iod.
In Hi.s Former Home
Professor P. \V. Search, Superintendent
of Schools of this city, was tendered a re
ception last week at Pueblo, Col.
Professor Starch was on his way to
Cleveland, <>~ accompanied by his wife,
and stopped over for a ilay at his former
home, where he was Superintendent of
Schools for many years. The citizens
had in some way Learned Of his coming
and a grand reception was the result.
.sheriff Scott All Right
The Indictment against Sheriff .lay
Scott of Prssno county, charging him
with having allowed federal prisoners to
go at large without authority, was dis
missed yesterday in the United state*
District Court. The order setting the
trials of Tabor and Broom, ex-jail em
ployees of the San Bernardino county jail,
lor a smihir transgression, was vacated.
A Youthful Criminal
Carroll Kwing. the twelve-year-old
youth Who stole v bicycle and trailed it for
a yacht at San Pclro, was to have hud
an examination for grand larceivy venter,
day, befoM Justice Morrison, hut was I
taken to Sun Pedro hy mistake, and his j
case will come up again in the police
court tomorrow*.
Removes wrinkles and all traces
of age. It feeds through the
pores and builds up the fatty
membranes and wasted tissues,
nourishes the shriveled and
shrunken skin, tones and in
vigorates the nerves and mus
cles, enriches the impoverished
blood vessels, and supplies
youth and elasticity to the act
ion of the skin. It's perfect.
Beware of substitutes and
counterfeits. Yale's Original
Skin Food, price $\.so and $3.
At all drug stores.
MME. M, YALE, Health and Complexion
Specialist, Yale Temple of Beauty, 14i» state
street, Chicago. Keddington A Co., wholesale
druggists, Sau Francisco, are supplying the
Pacitic Coast with all my remedies.
Varicocele, Hydrocele,
Treated Without the Knife or Deten
tion from Business.
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*S6 5. MAIN ST., Cor. SEVENTH,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Medico! m Siit Mil
'twelve miles from Los Angeles, via Sauta Xc |
railway. 1 he piece for the weary to rest, and ,
tho sick to net v. ell Hot and Sold sulphur
Mthaal popular prices. Correspondent:,-solic
ited. U-'i'Joui
In Full Dress
And this is the Outfitting Source
of such occasions.
Our FULL DRESS SV/TS are notably perfect; serving
every purpose for a moderate outlay. And if you wish to
rent a Full Dress Coat and Vest, see what we are doing.
Complete accompaniments in our Furnishing quarters.
Knee Pants Full Dress Tuxedo Suits.
M. B. & Co. \s Celebrated Dependable Underwear.
NOS. 201-203-205-207-209 WEST FIRST STREET.
TH )TF I RAMON \ c '°. ,: - SPRINGAND THIRD STS.. ro> ~\ \"i;ELES?"cAL
I" ' ' 1v I v II V )l v 'il a European plan, dealest frontage southeast New
management: renovated: remind; reiurnislicd. Hates moderate. F. B. MALLORY, Piop,
TFT IT fiU \ \ T n I.AR<iEsir ash finks-i si-wv room?
I lII lrlt.\i>l7 I J\l U 11 in l.os Angeles; S3 t<. *lv per week V
well-heated house. Meals al moderate rates. -Titt-IUS S. SPRINC si. p. S. I ONDOX, Manager.
tl' ' t Yjlj i\ \\\\ I ijlj Day boarders. Looms elegantly furnished \u mod
em conveniences. Table cannot be surpassed. Terms reasonable. D. E, BARTON. Prop.
110 l-l'll V V HnTTSTv '?"' ,J7 v'" ;l " MAIN 81 ,is CNEXCEI.I.EI. IX
-» *' '1 1 al '• »' JI ' 'I. Los Angeles at auv price, being first-class only
y1.2.1 to jg r>U per day; longer ss agreed. T, W. BTROBRIDUL, Prop'r
Tlf \'l lit ' I V I A FlltsT-cian FAMILY HOTKL, OPP.'SIXTH St. PARK
till' lil\ \ I li> la Convenient to all street car lines. Kate-reasonable
Till'" \V F ! I ! Yi*iT< iV north Broadway, near temple s#,
Atiij »1 fil'ljlllVT I< 'a Family hotel. Convenient to all strcoi car lines
Rales reasonable.
HO TPtAPCADfA SANTA momca, cal,
i M 150 rooms; steam heat; hot oecan water
baths. For information as to rates, etc., apply at Los Angelas odice, 381 WEST FIRST STREET,
opposite Nadoau Hotel.
TTT V lit* )T*VI REDON »°' cal mi most popu
I i t L IVIJ IJ\ r±y Is* 9 II w I Ijlj mnvlmor resort on the cousl. \cl, s
llblS by trains of the Southern California nml Kedondo railways; 40 minutes* rids from Loa
Angeles. Kvery room an outside oue. tsuuny and bright Excellent table. Billiarl pailn'rs
Dancing room mid tennis court. Hot salt water swimming and plunge baths near hotel. FttlS
tishiiu from the wharf. Free transportation to antl from Los Angeles to weekly or monthly
guests. For description ami illustrated book;* and rates apply to
Redondo Hotel, Rodondo Beach, Cal.
Bradbury Block, Los Angeles.
tyZZ Ak Arcadia, Los Angeles Co., Cal.
n7jmLJ| S !. Baldwi
Anita ruueh. Eleven trains daily »-aeh way. Make <iili
y i penl inquiry concerning this paradise for the weary t ray-
• nng upon your wintar resting place.
j^feOSaft. w'3f ybJL~~~'i^^^*v^ t C/akwood have free access to "Lucky" Bald
. ' r'* 1 famous ranch—a beautiful playground of ~»tf,ouO
Hotel Metropole, avalon
The Inn at Little Harbor: the celebrated island stage road and tho popular coast eicur
stons opened February Ist, 1895. A delightful visit.
Hotel service second to none; scenery, climate antl other natural attractions of the island
during the winter mouths are unapproaehed. Excellent quail, dove and wild goat snooting.
The bays teem with fish of every variety. Tile upland scenery, as viewed from the stage road,
defies description.
Santa Cat* Una is endorsed by the traveling public as possessing attractions superior to
any locality on the Pacific coast.
Regular steamer service, as per railroad time tables in Los Angeles daily papers; only IF,
hours from Los Angeles.
Do not fail to obtain full information from THE BANNING COMPANY. 222 South spring
street, Los Angelc, Cal. Illustrated pamphlets mailed to any address. The steamship "Falcon'
is being painted and renovated. For the n xt ten lays, tbe W. T. Co 's staunch and fast oceau
tug "Warrior" will make daily trips, Sundays excepted.
The company reserves the right to change steamers and their days of sailing
Echo Mountain House
fc Summ7t* of Great Cable Incline,
*ffiflrMeHßre COht ol a nigrit on the
•' Fl; Ilrifl . l ""d siinnse, v nli it.s incomparable seen
" hi, numerous capes ot native tin
flowers. More SUnny days than In Spy Other spot in California. 'Table' unsurpassed 5 . Finest
equipped livery stables at Altadena Junction aim Keho Mountain, Reserve rooms early by tel
egraphing at our expense. Los Angeles Terminal Railway, Mount Lowe Tally-Ho Lino and Pas
adena street cars make direct connection with Mount Lowe Railway, it. R. WARNER, Manager,
Echo Mountain, Cal if o rj i i
Best Appointed Hotel in
"Skillful cure increases longevity to the I "Ingeniously locating diseases through th
world." pulse and excellent lemcdies are great blew
I ings to the world."
Four years ago my daughter, Virginia Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physician
called hip disease, and had pronounced incurable after treating her for eight years Dr.Wong'
riiagnosi was that she was SvUcled with one oi the IS forms of cancer. His medicine effectei
a permanent (Mire in 7 months' time. Two years ago my grandson became blind in one eye.
Dr. Wong restored bis sight in three weeks' ttms. A. LASS WELL, Savannah, Cal.
After 1 had been treated II years by six different doctors, for consumption, and they had
stated that I couldn't live two mouths, I took Dr. Wong's medicine and was cured in 7 months.
I enjoy excellent health and weigh 170 pounds. MRS. A. M. AYELA,
1 Brooklyn aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
use of poisons,
4iM> cures. Ten years in Los Angeles.
I'M South Spring street, Los Angeles, Cul.

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