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The herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, October 06, 1895, Image 17

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"The week ended with one of the moat
beautiful and enjoyable receptions of the
season, wbe.i Mrs. Charles Flint enter
tained the RusKin Art club and a numbor
of ber friends yestarlay afternoon at her
handsimo homo on Westlake avenue.
There were three interesting papers read,
anil a short but very excellent musical
programme listened to. Mr. Marion Wig
more's rioh bass voice in two solos was
thoroughly appreciated by tlio guests and
the instrumental selections by Prof. Dun
ster could not fail to give pleasure. Tho
three papers which held tbe close atten
tion of the guests were: Authors in the
Time of Pisistratis, by Mrs. Hugo Zuber,
and read by Mrs. W. E. Dunn; A History
In Stone was most comprehensively given
by Mrs. William Washburn, and o paper
entitled Olympian Games was reaa by
Mrs. G. L. Cole. The delightful pro
gramme was enjoyed amidst a wealth of
lovely flowers, which were distributed
through tno rooms witli artistic taste.
The decorations of the hall suggested the
soft days of autumn; over the mantel
were Indian baskets overiiowing with
yellow dahlias and from each side fell
graceful vines tinged with autumn colors,
darK red and pink roses blended harmon
iously in the drawing rooms, and smilax
wreatbdd the wooden fret work of tlio
doorways. Refreshments were served on
the second floor in a spacious room
whioh was made artistic witb English
ivy, ferns and carnations; this room
wbs presided over by Misses Coleman and
Cookings, assisted by the Misses Clara
Howes, Kairohild and Helen Faircbild.
Mrs. Hubbell, Mrs. Felix Howes, Mrs.
J. B. Owens and Mrs. W. W. Stiison as
sisted the hostess in making the after
noon a brillaint success.
"Among those present were: Mrs. .T. A.
Faircbild, Misses Falrchild, Mmes. L. S.
Thomnson. Haynes, J. E. Cowles, Wor
sharn, Averill, Horace Wing.Charles Day,
Miss Miltrinon, Mmes. W. M. Caswell.
Howry, Cookings, Salisbury, Vixen. J.
C. Merrill, .Barber, Misses Collier, Saw
yer, Spencer, Mmes. Gilbert, Fixcn,
Avery, Hobbs, C. W. Blaisdell, Wigmore,
Nordnoff, Hooker. Prager, ti. It. Cole,
.Hunt, J. A. Osgood, A. F. M. Strong,
Bradley, Miss Bradley, Micca. McKinley,
C. A. White, Zuber, B. E. Howard, Dan
skin, Peck, Miss Soule, Mines. W, L.
Graves, Stiison, Johnson, Washburn,
Hubbell, Sanders, Bushnell, Coleman,
Coleman, Moore. Souchct, Cnichester,
H.W. R. Strong, Misses Parsons,Dennen,
Banning, Felix Howes, Howes, Mmes.
J. B. Owens, Dr. R. Edwards. N. W.
Stowell, Misses Kate Abbot. M.E.Ab
bot, Mmes. J. J. Aiken, G. Wiley Wells,
J. M. Stewart, Enderline, Misses Easton,
Van Dyke, Dunn, Mrs. Brainard, Miss
Kregelo, Mrs. S. M. Ferry.
Musical Reception
The opening musicale of the season
was given Friday evening, Ootober 4th,
at tne Los Angeles Conservatory of
Music, under the direction of Mrs. Valen
tine, and proved a brilliant and success
ful affair. Some two hundred guests
listened to a programme of rare excel
lence. Tho vjcal selections by Mrs.
Jacob Houton, Miss Myrtle Maitin and
Mr. Nov were especially enjoyoble. Mr.
Charles Valentine's violin solo and tho
Mendelssohn trio were among thu gems
of the evening. Miss Jessie Cole's selec
tion of Schubert's Adieu was given as a
farewell to her classmates and pupils be
fore going to her new field in Santa
Faula. Miss Annie Denley and Miss
Lewis both did their teaoher great credit
in tho artistic manner in which their
■elections wore given. Mrs. Valentine
also favored the audience with a lino
number from Schuloff. The piano duet
by Mrs. Alexander and Miss Lewis was
faultlessly rendered Mr. George Valen
tine took the honors in oratorical efforts.
At the conclusion of tho programme the
class rooms of both tbe conservatory and
the school of art and design were thrown
open to the guests, wbo enjoyeo the
various treasures of art exhibited.
Pleasant Surprise
A very pleasant surprso was given
Wednesday evening by the members of
Columbia lodgo to Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Chamberlain in bono, - of their marriage,
vhicb occurred September 2Stb at the
residence of tlie bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Law.-enCc, 827 Bill street.
Mrs. Chamb3rlain is the reoording secre
tary of the above lodge. Her many
friends came loaded down with good
things and spout a very pleasant evening
playing games and partaking of the
bountiful refreshments. Those present
wore: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wesner, Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Hertzog, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Gingery. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilcut,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillispie, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Vennum, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Dorr, Mr. and Mrs. Ashman, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. K.
C. Laycock, Mmes. A. H. .Innod, Eva
McFeely, Nellie McNeil, Jennie Stur
geon, M. Patton, W. L. Sear, the Misses
Benjamin, Junod. MiiriCb, Ashman,
Wasjum and Mr. Wheeler.
flaster Frank Packard Surprised
A surprise party was tendered Master
Frank H. Packard at the residence of his
father, W. L. Packnrd, on South Main
street, Thursday evening. The young
people enjoyed games until 10 o'clock,
when refreshments wore served. Amon;;
those present were: Mr. and Mrs. O L.
Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Packard,
Mrs. L. S. Brown, Mrs. D. Harwood, Mrs
M. E. Clayton, the Missel Marie Ber
trome, Satieca Bcrtrouie, Nona Adams,
Nina Adams, Alice McDonald, May Thom
as, Flora Winters, Annie Montgomery,
Mamie Packard, Musters Earl Valentino.
Lewis Lanning, Ben Harwood, Frank
Packard, Clarence Edwards, Willie Win
ters, W. L. Packard, Edwurd Pomeroy.
Presbyterian Social at Long Beach
The coffee and doughnut social of tho
Presbyterian church, held ut the resi
dence} uf Mr. Sam Hammer, Atlantic
avenue, Friday evening, was one of those
delightful little informal affairs which is
always looked back upon with so much
pleasure. The sovorai rooms in the large
handsome houso were made exquisitely
beautiful by a profuse and lavish garni
ture of vinos and llowors. Tho company
Itself was not only select but very folly
and enoyoble. The following delightful
programme was given: Flute solo by
M. M. Harris, a recitation given witli
mucn feeling and dramatic ability by
Mrs. Dr. S. H. Waller: a reading by tho
talented Miss Nina Clarice Cutbbert and
a quartette by Messrs. Harris, Douglas,
Lynn and Dr. A. T. Covert.
Thimble Party
Mrs. J. 11. Utley ontertained a few
friends informally Friday afternoon at
her home on South Hope street. Conver-*
fe.ttion, fancy work and tho enjoyment of
tempting refreshments passed the hours
in a most delightful manner. Those pres
ent were Mmes. Nellie Ainsworth,Fames
Of Riverside, Margaret Hobbs, Yon
Bnhmidt, F. T. Grtlith, Henry O'Melveny,
Wesley Clark. E. P. Johnson and Albert
Dinner at Mrs. Stimson's
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stimson gave a
(harming dinner Friday evening follow
»d by a box party at the Orpheum. The
table was brightened by yellow chrysan
themums and covers were laid for eight.
Those who enjoyed the delightful even
"Pure and Sure."
Qeveland is
Baking Powder.
"Absolutely the best and most
desirable baking powder manufactured."
Gen. S. H. Hurst, late Ohio Food Commissioner.
ing were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, Mr,
ami Mrs. T. J. Flemming and Captain
and Mrs. McCormack.
Z. Z. Z. Entertainment
The summer class of '07 of the high,
school were delightfully entertained Fri
day evening by the Z. Z. Z. at the home
of Mr. Fred Forrester on West Seventh
street. The house was elaborately deco
ratd witb cut flowers and palms, the
rooms sharing honors in the class and Z.
Z. Z. colors. Ths fraternity deserves
much praise in the success of their first
entertainment, which was so thoroughly
enjoyed. The flrst part of the evening
was devoted to a literary and musical
programme, one of tbe features being tho
presence of tbe ladies' Vonotian orchestra
who played in their usual artistic and
linisbed style. At tbo conclusion of the
programme the to the
tipper story, where a largo room was re
served for dancing. This was dcoratecd
in tlio fraternity colors: the walls were
almost completely covered with palms,
urranged witb artistic skill. Refresh
ments were served iv tbe flower laden
room, and a late bonr brotibt to a close a
most and delightful evening.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Forres
ter, the Misses Ciissey, Kane, Tyler,
Whedon, Editli Barber. Frnnces Barber,
Brock, Berkes. Lebus, Loring Morgan,
Grace Parker, Cora Parker, Peck, Powell,
Kutzer. Weaver, tbe Messrs. Fay, Harris,
Forrester, Briggs, Dennis, Haris, Howry,
Jacobs, Newmark, Parker. Chase. Clark,
Dodge, Glass, Jones, Koyes, Krug, Lem
berger, Ludlow, Newhart, Boss, Rucss,
Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Farnswortb had
the pleasure last night of celebrating
their china wedding anniversary at their
home, HO Wright street. The occasion
was recognized by a delightful and beau
tiful reception given at their house. The
house was decorated with an abundanco
of flowers, potted plants and vines, all
being blended into artistic harmony and
during the evening delicious refreshments
wero served. The charming host and
hostess made the hours pass swiftly by
for the guests by their delightful hos
pitality, and they took tbeir departure
showering congratulations und best
wishes on tno happy briuo and groom of
twenty years.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. E.
P. Bosbysbell, Mr. and M. Wilbur Dow,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Batchellor, Mr.
and Mrs. Enoch Pepper, Dr. and Mrs. C.
T. Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. F\ A. Walton,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jockins, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred A. Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Crahbe, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Udell,
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Dronigold, Mr. and
Mrs. James Duncan, Fillmore; Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. McKee, Bardsdale; Mr. and
Mrs. Loo Wilmarth, Redlands; Mrs. Mc-
Lean, Mrs. S. P. Farnswortb, Misses Pep
per, Lizzio Pepper, Helen Pepper, Ells
worth, Walton, Farnswortb, Messrs. W.
C. Batclisllor. Parsons, Bisbec, Arnold,
Ellis, Harry and Arthur Farnswortb.
Nurses' Annual Reception
Stanton corps No. 10 held their annual
army nurses reception Friaav aftrenoon
at Libs' ball, on South Main street. Mrs.
Bird Thomas presided and made the ad
dress of welcome, which was followed by
a piano solo by Mrs. Morrison, and a
vocal solo by Mrs. Fannie Brown.
Tho nurses present who did such good
service during the war were Mmes. Eliza
beth Dodge, Rachel Head, Jane B. Bice,
Margaert Hayes, Tappan, Threikeld and
Mis 9 Miller. Each spoke briefly of her
experiences, and letters of regret at their
non-appearanco at the rounion wore read
from Mmes. Grace Lawrence, Brood and
Reynolds. Refreshment* were served un
til lato in the afternoon, and the hours
were passed in informal intercom*.:.
A Delightful Dinner
A most enjoyable dinner was given Fri
day evening by Major and Mrs. William
G. Wedomeyer at their homo on Alameda
street, with Colonel and Mrs, J. O. C.
Lee of San Francisco as guests of honor.
Covers were laid for ten, and La France
roses lent their grace to the charming
appointments of the table. Major and
Mrs. Wedemeyer's hospitality was enjoy
ed by Colonel and Mrs. Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Lewis, Mrs. L. E. Easton, the
Misses Wedomeyer, Easton and John T.
El Club Espanol.
An informal meeting of this club was
held last Friday evening in Y. M. C. A.
hall, Mr. Macdonald presiding. After
business was disposed of conversation in
Spanish was the order of the ovening.
Mr. Edelslon favored tho club with a
vocal solo, accompanied on tho piano by
Mrs. Willard. and graciously responded
to an encore. Interest in tlie club Is
evidenced by thenumbor of gnests en
tertained at each meeting.
A Pretty Luncheon
Mrs. Lyons and her daughter, Miss
Cossette Lyons, gave a very pretty lunch
eon Friday at their home, 013 West Elev
enth street. A lage bowl of dark red
dahlias occupied tlio. center of the table
and a delicious menu was servo to tho
following guests: Miss Oliver from
Mexico, Miss Mareurito Fuller, Mr.
David Spaugler and Mr. Frank Parino.
Birthday Party
Mrs. E. P. Clark's residence was tho
scene ot a very merry and most enjoyable
Table Covers
City of London,
213 S. Broadway
affair yesterday afternoon, when little
Master Eugene Clark celebrated |hid liftb
birthday. The house and grounds both
were taken possession of by the little
guests and a very jolly afternoon was
spent in playing gomes, and at 5 o'clock
the party formed into line and marched
into tlie dining room, where a tempting
repast was served. The decorations wer
in yellow and at each plato wero dainty
little three-cornered boxes filled witli
bonbons. Tbey wero made of rough pa
per ana held together by narrow yellow
ribbon. On the corner of the box, which
was bent ovor, the date 1896 was outlined
in gold figures. Master Eugene proved
himself a charming little host, and was
the recipient of many presents from his
friends. Those present wore tlio Misses
Monie Bottsford, Helen Bosbysbell, Vera
Wbitenead, Fiorenco Wneoler, Claire
Woodbury, Helen Wycbol'f, Julia Dor
rence, Clara Smith, Paulino Volmcr,
Mary Read, Betty Fodringbam, Barbara
Fisher, Pauline Dorrence, Frances Hall,
Masters Howard Kelsey, Van Kelsey,
Monroe Monteomery, Douglas Montgom
ery, Herbert Whitehead, Carl Laux, Paul
Hammond, Theodore Hammond, Henry
Phillips, Eddie Muyhew, Lewis Wool
wdne, Andrew Kerr, Freddie Bosbysbell,
Roy Tompson, Earl Tompson, Eddie
Longhead, Charles Salisbury.
Delta Gamma Fraternity
A charming reception was given by the
Delta Gamma fraternity at the home oi
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Arnold, 111! South
Hope street, Friday evening. The recep
tion was giovn in honor of Missos Flor
ence M. Tilden, Maude Ewing Ross,
Helen Piimpion, Bertha Green and Ma
bel Martin, the new initiates of tho fra
ternity. The rooms wore beautifully dec
orated with tbo colors of the fraternity.
In tbe hall were potted plants and pink
and whito cosmos, and about tlie draw
ing rooms,were Safrano and La Franco
loses with a pretty iinish of smilax, the
whole being most artistically arranged.
The dining room was deliriously sweet
with spicy carnations and festoons of
smilax wero ovor the doors and pictures.
Tbe hospitalities of the dining room wore
dispensed by Mrs. M. E. Griswold, the
Misses Ada Sbrader, Ethel Lilt, Alice
Arnold and Ada Bradley. Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold, the Misses Arnold, Maclay.
Whittier and Whitlock cordially received
tlie many gaests. Those present were:
Colonel and Mrs Freeman G. Teed, Pro
fessor nnd Mrs. Alex. Hardie, Professor
and Mrs. F. A. Bacon, Professor and
Mrs. A. J. Stabler, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. anu
Mrs. Wood head, Mr. and Mrs. Conloy,
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Tolden, Mr. and Mrs. J. Boss, Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Van Clove. Dr. lircsoe, Mrs.
Ross, Mrs. M. E. Phillips, Mrs. Celdon,
Mrs. M. E. Griswold, Professor E. ii.
Shradßr, Professor Cole, tbe Misses Kose,
Willis, Lillian Williamson, Ealella Wil
liamson, Plimpton, Hand, Ohuppeler,
Murray, Helen Plimpton, Green, Mabel
Martin, Edith Cook. Whitney, Maud
Wonlpert, Maud Whitlock, Fanny Whit
lock, Grace Plimpton, Minerva Cook,
Margaret Cook, Stella Plimpton, Ellen
Vineyard, Grace Hall, Florence Packiml,
Alice Mann. Kuth Balsley, Stewart, Maud
McLean, Mallard, Anna Henderson,
Petrea Doyle, Ellen Sterling. Lulla Johns,
Keep. Turner, Florence Tilden, FTortnce
Whittier, Nellie Chase, Josio Maclay,
Mary Arnold, Alice Arnold, Ada Sbrader,
Fithel Sbrader, Ethel tdZt, Konoufzen,
the Messrs. L. R. Garrett, Lee Phillips,
Fred Prince, James Dougherty, Christy,
Harrry Budlong, Bradley, I!. G. Curtail,
I. J. WalKer, Merriman, Priestly, Ben
Whitlock, Will Lloyd, Elmer Elliot,
Philo Jones, Len Caswell. Oliver. McKee,
Dr. Brill. Knowles, Turner, Wilson, A.
O. Martin, 11. K. Pitman, ,Wright, W. C.
Twiss, A. P. Thomson," Boy Christ,
Porneroy, Harry Tilden, J. Meriiman,
Here and There
Miss Julie Graham will leave Thursday
for the east, to bo gone several months.
Miss Cairo is tlie guest of Miss Uncom
mon at ber home on South Grand avenue-
Miss Alma Robinson is at homo again
alter a very delighftul trip to San Fran-
Miss Gertrude Both will leave Monday
for Bauta Barbara to visit friends for a
few days.
Mrs. T.?Masnc will pive a pupils' reci
tal Friday evening, October lltli, at the
normal school auditorium.
Mr. Jackson of Ban Francisco is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. It. Fora at
tbeir home on l'ellevue avenuo.
Mr. J. M. Elliott and Miss Mary Bell
Eliott, accompanied by Mrs. West
Hugbe9. will leave thu week for tho east.
Mr. Frank Hereford, who has been re
siding in Southern California for several
months, left yesterday for his homo in
The ladies of tlie Methodist church on
Pico Heights gave un enjoyable New
/ The Paris \
I fTillinery J
\ Parlors /
My goods the finest —Trim-
mers the best — Styles close
with New York —Full stock
and prices low —Will be shown
every attention if you call.
Mrs. F. V/. Thurston,
357 S. Spring St.,
Corner Fourth.
Walk on Beauty
P| It costs no more to walk on a beautiful carpet than it does to walk on an ugly one—
j when you buy your carpets at this store. We are carpet ready with a stock unequaled
jg3 : on all the coast for littleness of price, largeness of the asortment and the elegance of
>M the designs shown —distinguished designs in Axininster, Wiltons, Body Brussels, Tap
estry Brussels and Ingrains. Would you go to London and not see the tower ?
j |J Would you buy a carpet before looking at what this store shows? Think twice.
-225-227-229 SOUTH BROADWAY- —
England dinner last Friday evening in
tho church parlors.
The Cooking club met at the residence
of Mrs. Frederick T. Griffith Inst Friday.
The Misses Kimball entertained infor
mally last Sunday with an afternoon ten.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hutchison are
spending a few days at Santa Barbara.
Dr. and Mrs. Kannon and Miss Jjucy
Lambert of New York had a pleasant trip
over the kite-shaped track.
Mr. E. P. Bryan, Miss Hendricks and
Miss Bessie Bryan left yesterday for Dal
las, Tex., to visit friends.
Mrs. E. J. Betts and her daughter, Miss
Edna Betts, have removed to the Fijue
roa hotel on Figueroa street.
Mrs. C. E. Kregleo and Miss Katherine
Kregelo will leave Monday for Santa
Barbara to no gone several weeks.
Mis. E. T. Gill and Miss Gill have re
turned from Santa Monica nnd are for
the present staying at tne Hawthorne.
Mrs. Braly and Miss Emma Braly will
leave today for Han Francisco on the
stoamer Corona for a visit of two weoks.
Mr. und Mrs. Louis H. Lone, nee Em
en tine Poolo of Ban Francisco, have
taken up their residence in the city and
havu apartments at tlie Melrose.
Mr.Henry J.Kramer will give his open
ing reception Friday evening, October
Uth, at the now aoademy, 13'JWeU Fifth
Mrs. John Corson has rented her bouse
on Twenty-eighth street and has removed
to Kedonuo to take possession of her cot
tage for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Josef Bubo have issued
invitations to their housewarming for
Tuesday evoning, October Mb. There will
be nn excellent musical programme.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mclntyre have
taken a nous? corner of Sixteenth nnd
Flower streets for the winter. Mrs. Mc
lntyre entertained informally Friday
Tlie Misses Kimball of Fnsadena, tlie
Messrs. Kimball, Del Sale and Ben
Coulter, formed a jolly party tbat
spent Thursday at Wilson's Peak and re
turner! home by moonlight.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Lewis entertained
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Fme jnr n nnn or
nillinery | Q | IOL J * li,liner y
THE ABOVE MEANS not only the popular emporium on South
Spring street —No. 242—but the word conveys something else,
viz—everybody is surprised at the large variety and the low
prices of
Embracing all the latest in fall and winter styles. Here are a few
The Popular Walking Hat, trimmed 75c; value, $1.25
20 doz Imported tine felt walking hats, trimmed. $1; value, $2.00
50 doz Ladies' wool felt hats, all new styles... .40c; value, 75c
100 doz Buckram frames, latest shape hats 10c; value, 25c
Bonnet and toque frames sc; value, 20c
Other bargains too numerous to mention. If yoli want to be pleased
In price, service and quality of goods call at the old reliable,
The Surprise nillinery Store,
242 South Spring St., Between Second and Third Sts.
1jI!Ij!1I I j I j j j | I j
~ it
Now is the time to save money
By taking your faded or soiled
garments to the
Office. 'Jlo'£ South Snrintr street, Tel. BJVJ; works, 013*615 West Sixth Mrect, Tel, 1016; to
have them cloaned, dyed or renovated for this fall or winter. Blag Tel. 800 or send postal and
we will rail. i.ndieV and genu' (Jarmeiits cleaned, dyed and renovated in superior style at.
short notice. Ostrich plumes dinned, dyed nnd curled. BUnkcts, curtains, mid merchants*
poods a .'-peeia ty. Tailoring establishment in fonnectioi for all kinds ot repairins and alter
ing. Mail and express orders promptly it tend sd to, Wort guaranteed or money reiunded.
Nature's Remedy lor
Rheumatism, Constipation, Indiges>
tion, Diabetes, Kidney and
Urinary Troubles.
Wholesale nnd Retail
A bp.re, tale cure for a'l female disease*.
Local Homo Treatment.
For particulars, address
Agent So. California,
M2oat Broad war LOS AHOELM.
Wholesale. Retail.
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3 B**H fU Spring.
y\WkrwL ' J "' st Napkins
lfin*"lM .-jHjvnil WIIdLgSAI.E PRICE
$1 00 Per 1,000
informally Thursday evening at their
homo on West Adams street. Those pr.'s
e.it were Colonel and Mrs. Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. C. Kokke and Judgeg ami Mrs.
Mr. Le Grand Betts left yesterday for
tbe north, and on his return will bring
home hu bride. Mr. Betts will bo mar
ried Tuesday evoning, October Ktb, at
Alameda. After a short trip in tlio
northern part of the state, Mr. and Mrs.
Betts will reside in Los Angeles.
The Assistance league met yesterdoyjto
moke arrangements for a charity hall to
bo given under the auspices'of tiio league
at Tumverein ballon November 26th.
They will have a final meeting Thursday
morning at 8:3(1 at the residence of Mrs.
Felix Hones on West Twenty-eighth
street and a large attendance is desired.
The next rogulnr meeting will be at Mrs.
Vnn Slnterbach's on Grand avenue nnd
Thirtieth street, next Saturday after
The medical college belonging to the
University of Southern California is nut
ting up a new building on Buena Vista
street. In connection with it the faculty
wisli to add a hospital waid, where cases
who are not willing to go to tho county
hospital nor able to afford the high
priced sanitariums can bl operated upon
and cared for pronerly. It is proposed by
some of the doctors and their wives to
give three assemblies during tho winter,
hoping to make a nice little sum toward
lurnishing tho ward. Tbe executive com
mittee of the assemblies to bo given aro
among tbe lending society women of Los
Angeles, and tho good cause for wnich
they are being organized should meet
with tlie heartiest and most cordial sup
port by the public.
riarriage Is Not a Failure
If started right; the lirst step is a prop
erly engraved invitation. Next, a mono
gram, crest and calling card, and hnrd's
lino stationery. Come to us direct for
latest form and elegant style In all of
them. The Century Engraving com
pany, 233 South Spring street.
Agency for Pabst Beer
Agency for Pabst beer. Pacific Bottling
Works, cor. Fifth and Wolfskin sts.
«R. JORDAN & CO. 3
>51 Market St., Ban Francisco
(Between Gth and 7th Sts.)
Co and Itartl how wonderfully *-ou
:iro made aud how to avoid alckneto
and disease. Museum enlarged with
thousands of new objects. Admis
sion 86 cts.
Private offtice—saano scmaocstr
1051 Market Street —Diseases of men:
stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin
and kidneys quickly cured without the use of nn r
cury. Treatment* persoiially or by letter. Send
for book.
Old established and reliable practitioners.
J. M. Griffith, Pres. John T. Griffith. V.-Pre»
J?\ T. Griffith, Secretary and Treasurer.
Geo. K. Wattes, Hupt. of Milt.
Lumber Dealers,
And manufacturers of
uriisiic ftiii work ol Every Descripiicn.
Doors. Windows, Blinds and S:airs.
•3* H, jUJIIL&UA. feX, Loi Angolas, CU
Invites all who are ready for a Commercial, Shorthand or
Telegraphy course to register
Tomorrow Morning
At 9 o'clock. Do not delay any longer. You have been think
ing about it for some time. Better make a desperate effort to
start tomorrow morning. You will receive kind and courteous
treatment and such thorough and practical training as will
make you eminently successful in life.
Our New Building
Will be ready in short time, but if you are ready to enter school
do not wait for new building or anything else. You will make
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144 South Haiti Street
WHY move with a truck or an open dray and get your goods scratched, brokeN,
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