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IN SOCIAL LIFE
Much interest has been manifested this
year in entering private turnouts for El
Die de Los Fiores parade for L» Fiesta,
•nd-the names are coming in very fast to
tbe floral committee from Pasadena and
surrounding towns for entries. Folio v
ing are the names of a few l.os Angelcnos
who will enter the lists:
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ford, foiy-in-liand;
"break" will be in lavender and smilax.
T heir guests, who will drive with them,
are Mss Rose. Miss Mabel Rose. Miss
Mary Gray, Miss Bobison, Miss Louise
Robison and Mr. Tracy.
Captain Manning's coach will be deco
rated entirely in white and green, in the
style of the time of Louis XVI. The
la-.fes' costumes will be after designs of
th*;sanie period. Tbe white satin reins
will be handled by Captain Banning him
self. \Hiigh .W. Vail and John Austin
will act as footmen. Tho ladies who wiil
ride on> the coach are Mrs. Hugh W. Vail.
Mr«. El Si-lent, the Misses Ida. May and
Maty Ban nine, the Misses Susie Button.
Wedemeyer. Grace Cole. Jennie Horsey,
Sargent," the Misses Edith and Bamona
Stjorb. the Misses Carrie Waddilove. Ma
tilda Jones and Cornelia Hamilton of
Mr. and Mrs. WW: Burnett will enter
tbeir two-horse carriage and will be ac
companied by A. M. Ozmund and Boy
Osmund —decorations white and green.
Mrs. J. H. P. Peck and Mrs. F. Hraun
will drive a phaeton.
,Mr. and Mrs. Harris of New York will
drive, with the Misses Ryan in their T
I.ud Zobcl has entered his sni ill wagon
ette and pony—the color scheme to be en
tirely white." The coachmen uniformed
in'wnite and gold will drive Ma?ter and
Miss Rose Hoffman—nephew and n.cce
of Mr. Zobel.
'F. K. Rule will ride his black horse
wilicJi Will have a heavy collar of white
ear-jiations, the reins and saddle will be
covered' with the same Mowers. His two
srjWwiß ride their ponies decorated in
the'same style with the exception of the
flowers-tone will be marigolds the other
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Francis' carriage
ana" Horses will be handsomely decorated
in.ping and white.
, Mr. H. S. Potts—One horse surrey.
L." BY Ogden—Four-in-hand.
Br, A. L. Souchet—Brougham.
Folliwin;: is a small list of people who
have kindly promised (lowers: Pr. E. A.
Frager, F. K. Rule, Mrs. Isabella Lacy,
Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Chandler, A. L.
Patrick. Mr. ana Mrs. J. S. Ward. Mrs.
A. B. Lewis, Mrs. H. Xewmark, Mrs. I,
2C Van Nuys. Mrs. A. Glassell. Mrs. E.
Hollenbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B.
Cllhe. Mrs. W. P. Mcintosh. L. Hertzog,
J.F. Cosby, W. W. Robinson.
New Society Formed
The ladies who are interesting them
•elves in the newly formed Polyclinic of
Los Angoles met on Wednesday morning
in the Polyclinic rooms, 337 North Main
atreet, where tney formed a society for
the purposa of assisting the doctors in
the good work they have undertaken.
Mrs. Margaret Hughes was elected presi
dent and Mrs. 8. A. Eisen secretary.
Tbe .following is a partial list of the lady
patronesses: Mines. Margaret Hughes,
O: M. Severance; T. B. Stimson. Dwigbt
Whitney, D. G. Stevens, T. B. Brown. Ei
H. Moore. S. A. Eisen, Bowles, Rader,
AUep, Davidson. Prager. Potter, Posey,
McLeich, Slauson, McKinley. Seymour.
Cochran, Otis, Misses E. C. 'McCullougb.
Susie Patten, Denton.
The South date Social Club
The South Gate Social Club gave their
second entertainment last night in the hall
corner Main and Thirtieth streets. Cards
and dancing were the features of the even
ing, interspersed with the following:
■Recitation -Mrs. Grajt.
Solo,. Love's Sorrow—.Mr. Brant.
Solo. Non c Ver—Mrs. Prescott.
Violin solo—A. IV. Cleaver.
Recitation. Tbe Debating Society - Miss
Alien. . .
Recitation, Cleon aud I—Mrs. Sherwood.
The current events section of The Ebell
Society met at the residence of Mrs. Bean
Mason yesterday morning. The meeting j
was a'partlculu ly interesting one. Mrs. :
Dr. Cochran gave a graphic description j
of aoti-toxino cure. Mrs. John Vosburg's !
subject wus the Lives of Wort , John j
Blacky, Edwin Pa.-hn. Mrs. J. IL Foster ;
rCpd a paper upon Lord Randolph :
Churchill and the Uuke of Argyle. Mrs. ;
Dean Mason's subject was A Resume of l
the Fifty-third Congress.
Here and There
Mrs. L. B. Kenting and daughter left :
today, for the East.
Company 0, Seventh Infantry, will give \
a public "hard times" ball this evening. \
Prijsea will he" given for the mott unique |
hard times costumes.
The seventh, session of the Woman's
Parliament of Southern California will be
held in the Grace M. E. Church. Santa
Barbara, May Ist and 3d.
Mrs. Evert Van Ness Smith loftWednes- j
day for a short visit to her former home,
Dulutb, Minn., accompanied by her I
mother, Mrs. Lewis Weber.
)A special sale of line stationery at 233 I
South. Spring street, branch of The Whe- !
don '<fc Webb Co.
""LOS ANGELES THEATER - Emily
Banckor and a selected company of artists,
known as the leadin: exponents of pol
ished comedy on the American stage,
who have just .nude such an immense hit
at the California theater, San Francisco,
play an engagement tomorrow and Sun-
. EMILY BANCKER
day ; evenings, when Mrs. Musgrave's
comedy hit Our Flat will be presented.
It "ia said to be one of tbe rare treats of
the-season, and a genuinely great and de
serving success. It is now enjoying quite
a long rnp at the Stand theater. London,
where it has reached nearly its SOOth per
formance. It was first produced in Amer
ica' by Daniel Krohman at the Lyceum
theater. New York, where it played luo
consecutive nights to enormous business.
Our Flats, in a nutshell, is one of the
most amusing and cleverly put together
plays of the kind seen in years. The in
troduction of high-class numbers will be
a feature of the performance. Tbe scenery
will be new and novel while the costum'-
Ing will foreshadow any tiling seen in
some time. The cast speaks for itself,
includes Tom Klcketta, P. 11. Uyley,
Oeorge W. Parsons, W. H. Wnllis. Mar on
Vari Co'urtlund, Lee Jarvis, Vesta Verno
Now is tlie time when the hotel clerks
are earning their salaries. At all the
houses in town there is a rush, out noth
ing like what there will be about the first
of the week.
Chief Clerk Jenkins, anticipating this
rush of business, went off to the country
for a week to rccunerafe. Yesterday he
was back at his post in the llolleiibeck
trying to tigure out how he could pot 100
guests in fifty rooms and satisfy every
: body. Perhaps if he followed the ordinary
rules of arithmetic lie would not lie very
successful, but hotel clerks, at least good
ones, have a system of inathemetics pe
culiar to the profession.
Anion,; the arrivals yesterday was J.
j Ross .foearson of San Francisco. Mr.
' Jackson is one of the oldest newspaper
men In the state, one of tbe best, ami
' very probably the most popular one. His
I fame does nut rest ulone oo his jouninlis
| tie abilities. There are very few men in
tlie world who know know how to order a
I dinner better than Mr. Jackson and but j
few who can make a cleverer speech after
. the dinner Is eaten. As a concoctcr of 1
j gin cocktails he is a wonder, and as a j
good fellow he is unsurpassed.
With liiin on the Santa Rosa was"Bill" j
l-angdon. a theatrical manager of some
note.. Bill—nobody ever think of calling j
him anything else—is famous all over the \
Win. Carner, the Milium man of Sin ;
Francisco, is In the patty and so is Mr.
Hughes, who was at OB" time superin
tendent of construction of the city hall of
i San Francisco.
Dave Eiserjtran, known all over the
j western country as a pool auctioneer, ar
rived on the Santa Bosa.
The party had not been in town ten
! minutes before they were covered with
j Fiesta badges.
At the Westminster are Mr. and Mrs. |
■ Frank Jaynes of Snn Francisco. Mr. I
Jayncs is coast maanger for the Wests n j
Mrs..!, li. Porcival of New York, Frank i
j 11. Hanks of Philadelphia and J. H. \
i Piersburg and wife of Denver are at tlie ;
E. D. Sachs the well known horseman I
I of San Francisco, |s at the Nadeau.
| Captain Jack de St. Huber of San Fran- j
j Cisco registered at the Nadeau.
Morgan W. Backusson, San Francisco's j
j ex-postmaster, is in the city.
James Swiniierboy. the Examiner beau j
artist, will arrive today. Mr. Swinner- i
boy is the glass oF fashion and the world
of fcrm and he promises to spring some- |
thing on the Los Angeles public in the
way of raiment that will make Mr. Jim
Kirk, "king of the dudes." look like a
Frank A. Chrismas. the far-famed com
mercial traveler, is in the city and is
making his headquarters at the Hollen
beck. He is the only Christmas thr.t
conies more than once a year.
J. Ross Jackson, who a few years ago
was a newaspaper man and city editor of
the Exaiinner, is in the city to do La I
Fiesta. Mr. Jackson has left the journal- !
istie ranks and is now a capitalist.
Peter Harvey, general coast agent of
the Baltimore and Ohio road, is in the i
city. Mr. Harvey is one of the best i
known railroad men on the coast, and !
will remain until after the Fiesta.
The arrivals at Hotel Bamona include
Mrs. J. W. Dawson and Miss Dawson of
Riverside: J. E. Musser and S. Bowley.
San Francisco: R. N. Leahy and wile,
Chicago, and C. A. Tait. San Diego.
General ti. A. Jones, of Mt. Vernon. 0.,
uncle of J. R. Blanehard. deputy street
superintendent, is visiting his sister-in
law, Mrs. Blanehard. on East Twenty- :
ninth steeet. and will remain during the I
Fiesta. General Jones was formerly !
president of the Cleveland. Akron anil ■
Columbus Railroad Company.
W. 11. Burke, a well known journalist j
of Chicago, is in Los Angeles, represent- i
ing the Times-Herald of the Windy City, i
He is specially identified with the liomc
seeker's bureau, recently established by j
that paper. Mr. Burke will write up the j
Fiesta and also some of the natural at- |
tractions of Southern California.
Thomas W. Byley. the able manager of i
Emily Bancker. is at the Hollenbeck and
is busy arranging for his star's appearand j
at the Los Angeles Theater tomorrow ;
night. Mr. Ityley says: "Our original
dates were the 22d, 'J.'id and 2itb. but on ; .
receiving a wire from Mr. Wyatt, 1 was i
successful in changing my time so a) to ;
play here tomorrow and Sunday evenings.
We " ill still keep our original dates and
play a return for three nights." "They
tell me Miss liniickcr is a very beautiful
woman?" "Yes: many think she is the
handsomest, woman ou the stage, ller
play. Our Flat, lias been a great success in
Sau Francisco, at tbe California Theater."
Mr. Ityley arrived in the city yesterday
morning and notice I but few preparations
for I.a Fiesta. East night he thought the
wand of a magician had touched the city
it is so bright with colors, and is con
gratulating himself on having a good
show in a great city.
Coming by Sea
SAN FRANCISCO. April 11.
gers cm tlie steamer Co s Hay for Los An
geles: A. J. Brebeii, William Etiseth, I!.
S. Church. T. H. Rattle, Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Sturgeon and child, and five steerage.
PROBABLY TOOK STRYCHNINE
An Cnknown Han's Body Found at Elysian
Lute yesterday afternoon the body of a
man was found lying face downward un
der a clump of willows at Elysian Park.
His fingers were dug into the earth and
there wus every indication that he had
died in convulsions probably caused by
strychnine poisoning. Coroner Campbell
was unable to nnd any papers on Ins
body giving a clue to bis identity. He is
apparently an Italian, about -18 years of
Will Try to Cure Her
I.ulu Dormer, who would no doubt be
a very charming young woman"if it were
not for her unfortunate habit of taking
cocaine and several other disagreeable
traits, was sentenced to 160 days in the
city jail yesterday for vagrancy. Lulu,
wbc has been pretty nearly dead several
times, has been spending the last week cr
two in the city prison, and during all
that tin c lias been shrieking as loud us
she could because nobody would give her
any cocaine. She was given a long term
of imprisonment with tho hope that a
cure might be effected.
Helen C. Reber yesterday sued Edwin
A. Reber for a divorce on the ground ot
Gardner & Zellner sued John T. Jones
for tiie recovery of certain personal prop
erty or $470 and $50 damage a.
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver.diz
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and constipation is the most
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Go by the book. Pills ic* and
»S* a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write B.K. Allen Co.,
365 Canal St., New York.
, mort than6,COo.ooobom.
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Yale's Almond Blossom
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He might have added a cheap -±
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SA TURD A V, APRIL 27, '95
AT I P. n., ON THE PREMISES
()7 HH SELECTED LOTS HH (y]
Adjacent to the principal depots of the Santa Fe and Terminal
Railroads, and on the direct line of the First Street Cable Road.
The lots we offer are fronting on First street, This selection of tine lots are to be sold at PubliQ
Pleasant and Clarence streets, and within ten minutes' Auction
ride from corner of Spring and First streets.
The location of this property and its proximity to DDFF ?7
the business center of the city is self-evident, and lying O/l / LJt\LJA. Y 9 AjrfyiJL, av i ,
adjacent to the Santa Fe and Terminal depots, is bound
to show a rapid advance in value, being in the direct _
At l p. m., on the Premises,
line of the growth of the city.
The property has been magnificently laid out, and
no expense spared in placing it in first-class condition W/tflOUt J?€SCrVC Of LttTllt
in every respect. Cement Sidewalks and Curbs, '
Streets Graded and Piped —making the property in
every way desirable for home building or for business And probably a chance like this will never be offered
purposes. again to the homeseeker, investor or speculator.
ONE-QUARTfSR CASH; balance in one, two and three years,
* with interest at 8 per cent per annum on deferred payments.
T77Y P PERFECT—Certificate of Title of the Guarantee Abstract Company
** * IvlE* FREE to each purchaser. Taxes for the fiscal year 1895-96 paid.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, MAPS, CATALOGUES, ETC., APPLY TO
Easton, Eldridge & Co., 121 S. Broadway.
A magnificent inside corner, IMPROVED, paying 8
per cent per annum on a valuation of $45,000, is offered,
to close an estate, at $30,000. Pays 10 per cent per
annum net on this price. Terms easy. Principals
only address or apply to
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.
121 South Broadway.
Rooms 109 and 110, Stimson Block.
Difficult and irregular uasea sol icited.
. I,old and porcelain crowns and bridge work,
l me gold l iUings..
All work lirst class in every particular.
Notice to Creditors
STATE OF LILLIE WALLACE BARHAM.
Notice is hi rebv given by. the undersigned,
executor of th - will of Lillie Wallace Barham,
deceased, to the creditors of and all- persons
having claims against the said rtccca»ea, toex
hibit tliein with the neecss.ry vouchers wltlitn
four mouths after tbe first publlcatlou of this
notice to ihe said executor at bis • ffice, 348 If.
Main su, in the city oi Los Angeles, coiinly ol
Los Angeles, state of California, the same be
ing the place for tho transaction ot the busi
nes of said estate.
GUY B. BARHAM,
Executor of tbe will of Lillie Wallace Barham,
deceased. . 5-0
Los Angeles. Cal. April 5, 1895,
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bility Varicocele and shrmikeu Ifarta, caused
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H. EJlMt'l, Box 870, Englewood, 111.
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
Board of Directors of the Hasperia Land
and Water Company bas, by resolution duly
passed oil the 18lri day of Janus ry, 189">,
called a meeting ol 'die stockhold
ers of said company to meet
on Tuesday, April 231, 18H5, at 4 o'clock
i.m. at the office of the company, being room
~10 Bradbury Building, iv the City oi l.os An
geles. Los Angeles county, stale of California—
said place of meeting being the principal place
where the Board oi Directors usually mccc
bald meeting ot the stockholders of said cor
poration i» called for the purpose of consider
ing.lhe propriety oi creatine a bonded Indebt
edness ot the said'•orpiiratlon for the sum or
amount of 1p'.10.000 (ninety tliousaiid dollar*),
the payment of said Indebtedness to be secured
by mortgage or deed of trust upon tha properly
pf the said corporation. It is further ordered
Dial the foregoing order be published iv 'I'll ,
Herald, a newspaper published iv Los Angel's,
City, Cel., as provide! by law.
- B, 11. MOTT, »
Secretary of said Corporation.,
Dated I his'JlH day ol February, 1805.