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THE POLITE
WORLD
Mrs. James Rylnnd's hospitable home
on South olive street was the scene ol'
a merry gathering Friday evening,
when Miss Ryland and Miss Violet
Haas entertained with one of the most
delightful of the week's entertainments.
As the guests entered the house they
acre immediately transported to a pic
turesque portion of Japan. Japanese
screens, umbrellas and oriental de
signs, with here and there Ihe soit
cned light of Japanese lanterns con
verted the rooms Into a very charming
■pot. Radiating from the chandeliers
lo the walls were streamers of ribbons,
forming a cob-web effect, and greatly
enhancing the beautiful arrangements
of the rooms were graceful date palms
that outlined the walls. The two love
ly hostesses lent a grace and charm to
the whole by presiding over the unique
and delightful a flair iti Japanese gowns,
which were extremely Incoming. Re
freshing punch was served in the hall
and In a cosy coiner of the drawing
room tea was dispensed, Tbe evening
was pleasantly passed by playing "a
penny for your thoughts. " The first
prize' a pri tty cup and saucer, was won
by Miss Stllson; the consolation by Miss
Pauly, a, fascination Japanese doll, Mr.
Natulan won the gentleman's prize, an
ash tray, and Mr. Phil Lyon was con
soled by a festive rooster. At the con
clusion of the guessing the gnests par
took of a dainty supper on the porch,
which bad been canvassed In aim made
brilliant with many lanterns.
The evening was replete with pleasure
and enjoyed by the following guests:
The Misses Bryan, Birdie Chanslor, Jo
oephtne Haskins, Etta Blcknell, Edna
Hlcknell, Genevieve Smith.Gerta Hatch,
Madallne Howies, Fanny Loring, Alby
Easton, Margaret James, .Mary I'ob
lelgh, Edith James. Stllson, Mattie
Pauly, MyraPauly, Messrs. Walter Ca
t Kd Pauly, .1. Pred Blake, Fred Hall.
Walter Chanslor, .lack Layng, Ralph
Williams. Will James. Richard Dickin
son, Felix Natman, Phil Lyon. Stllson,
Jack Gardiner. Harold Hut lei . Sum
Haskins, Danloith. Mile, Ware, Garrett.
Three Pleasant Socials
A very pleasant social was given Fri
day evening by the members of the Ply
mouth Congregational church to the
Olivette church members aa a welcome
to their new home, as the two ( lunches
in the near future will be consolidated.
The evening was delightfully spent in
conversation, which was Interspersed
by a piano selection from Miss Haynes
and a song by the choir. The pastor of
Plymouth church extended till' address
of welcome, which was responded to by
Rev. Henning. The church was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion with
palms and roses and the evening was
concluded by the enjoyment of refresh
ments under the charge of the ladies.
The reception committee was composed
of Alexander White, W. S. Allen and
sir. Kenney.
Another pleasant affair was the New
Kngland dinner given by the Ladies'
Aid society of the Second Presbyterian
church at Fast Los Angeles Friday
evening. Eight large tables were taste
fully decorated with flowers. Mrs. H.
D. Moore, president of the society, was
In charge, assisted by Mmes. Harhani,
Morrison, Randall, Sherwood, Balfour,
W'ebers. The reception committee was
composed of Alines. Keyes, Remains,
Cox and Will.
The Ladles' Social circle of Simpson
M. E. church entertained with a birth
day social Friday evening ln the church
parlors. There was an enjoyable mu
sical and literary program rendered.
High School Dunce
A social gathering that was truly de
lightful and enjoyed by all those pres
ent was the dance at Turnverein hall
Friday afternoon, given by the boys of
the High school, complimentary to the
young ladles. There was very excel
lent music, a perfect floor for dancing,
scores of pretty girls, all acquisitions
that go to make an affair of the kind
complete. The patronesses were Mrs.
Fitzgerald. H, Al. Sale, Misses Prye and
Carr. Those present were tin- Misses
Stanton, Mollle McCormack, Carhart,
Gibson, Kemper, the Misses Moore,
Maud Hill, May McCrea, Edith Whltta
ker, Grace Alexander, Jessie Hall. Ber
nlce Tyler, isabeii Godin. Langley, Da
venport, Echo Allen, the .Misses Dem
mlng, Ellean Marie Gordon. McLellan,
Babina Burks, Alice Groff, Janns.North,
Jessie Page, Powell, Farnsworth, Lor
ing, Green, Lawson, Munday, shinn.Za
die Maxwell, Louise Uosbyshell Whit
taker. Godfrey. Merrill. Nolan. Lebus,
Beatrice Chandler, Hill, Alessrs. Well
born. K. Lewis, Bugbee, Thorpe, Janss
RRinsaur, Braly, MeCrea, Hancock, A.
Brown. C. Green, White, Merriam. Har
ris, Seyler, Newlin, Knepper, Kemper,
Strohm, Stimson, Phelps, Jones. Camp
bell, Donnell, Young, KUSter, Parsons
Brazelton, Uurgoyne. Woodbury, Bald
win, Glass. Howry, Tufts. Godin" Hanly
Hainbright, Fowler, Field. Wldney
Stewart, Eggleston. Lnekhart, C. Stim
son, Kerr, Briggs. Sanborn, Ross, Fox
Keyes, Turner, Krug, Stone, Hall.
May Party
Miss Bertha Hardwlck gave a very
delightful May party at her beautiful
home on Kiev ado drive last Friday even
ing. The lawn was gaily decorated with
Japanese lanterns, while the rooms were
artistically adorned with flowers. Games
and dam ing were enjoyed until It;
ocloek, when a most tempting repast
wes served. The following were pres
ent: Alisses Amey Lacey, Elsie Glemm
Katie Salter. Gertie Gillman, Alice Mo-
Kee, Flora Jones, Fanny Price, Mattlla
Hardwlck, Bertha Hardwlck, Mmes.
Hubbard, Giddings, Alessrs. Owen Dunn.
Wm.Ronniok, Kd. Cammed, James
Colgan, P. R. Ronniok (Los Angeles),
Messrs. Similiter, Trailer, Frost, Gemm,
Hubbard.
The Ex-Queen Entertalna
Mrs. Mark B. Lewis, the fascinating
queen of La Fiesta, was the hostess
yesterday of a very delightful outing,
which was enjoyed at Mount Lowe
There was an elaborate luncheon served
at the hotel, the latter being decorated
very prettily with flowers lor the oc
casion. Tbe party was composed of tha
court, Prime Minister T. E. Gibbon, the
two pages, Rey and Reginald Rule, and
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howell, Air. Al. B.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Frances, ana
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wjlalrd,
Pedro Club
The Pedro club was the guest of Air.
and Mrs. Wm. Caswell last night at their
home on East Washlngfton street.
Those present were Judge and Mrs.
McKinley, Air. and Airs. W. H. Holli
day, Mr. and Airs. Ezra Stimson, Mr. and
Mrs, Wlllard Stimson, Mr. and Airs. John
T. Jones, Mr. and Airs. T. J. Flemming,
Mr. and Airs. Al Barker. Air. and Mrs.
Walter B. Cllne, Air. and Mrs. R. J. Wld
ney, Mrs. Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Miss May Owen, Mrs. Lynn of Philadel
phia, Messrs, Fred and Horace Hender
son and Chas. Dick.
Informal at Home
Mr.". T. N. Van Nuys received infor
mally Friday afternoon and evening at
hef home on Bouth Spring street. The
conversation during, the evening was
pleaaantly interrupted now and then by
songs from Mrs. A. C. .lories. Mr*, -Scar
borough nnd Mrs. Harrelson. Mr, Ma
rion Wlgmore also contributed with
several choice selections. The moms
were simple but most effective in their
floral adornments. White roses were
used iv tbe ball and varied Colors in
the drawing room. The dining room
was especially pretty in pink carna
tions that bedecked the tables. The
pleasant affair was ln honor id' Mrs. Al
phonse Wigmore. Mrs. A. L. Lanker-
Hhlni, Mrs. Earl B. Miller and Mrs. Hub
bell assisted the hostess in receiving.
Among tlu.se who called during the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pla
ter, Mr,!. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Allied
Solano, Mrs. H. G. Brooks, Miss Patter
son, Judge and Mrs. Hubbell. Mr. ami
.Mrs. C. C. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.
Klokke, Mr. ami Mrs. Percy Hoyle, Mr.
and Mra, .1. F. Francis, Major and Miss
Truman, Mr. and Mrs. K. it. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter B. Cllne, Mr. and Mrs.
.1. 11. F. Pock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C.
Howes, Miss Bloomfleld, Mrs. Hutler,
Mrs. Shoemaker, Col. and Mrs. Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. S. P.. Caswell. George H.
Pike, Gen. Sherman, Miss Dora Scott,
Mrs. McLellan, Miss McLellan, Mrs. L.
C, Godwin,, Charles Forman. jr., Miss
Forman, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jevne, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira O. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
John Massin, Mr. and Mrs. Harrelson,
Mr. and Mis. A. C. Jones, Miss Wills,
Dr. Wills, Judge and Airs. McKinley,
Mrs. Haired. Miss Owen, .Mr. aud Mrs.
Wllloughby Rodman.
nisslonary Recept'otl
There was a very delightful reception
given Friday afternoon at the First M.
E. church by the ladies of tho Foreign
and Home Missionary societies. The
rooms were most artistic with roses
and vines that were arranged In baskets
and reposed on easels. There were two
tables, presided over respectively by
Mis. Howry and Mrs. Sweet, who
poured tea and served wafers and bon
bons. Scattered over the tablesi were
pink carnations ami smilax. The
guests were made welcome by Mmes.
I E. M. Craw, S. J. Oliver, F. R. Warner,
M. A. Prowii. Marble M. G, McKoon, R.
P. Crary, O. H. Churchill, C. D. Harvey,
| .1. W. Gillette, C, Pomeroy and Miss
I Hunt. Mis. Helen Blrdsall opened the
afternoon by devotions, and Mrs. H.
M. Pattee, Woman's foreign district
secretary, read a paper, the subject of
which was the past, present and future
of ihe society. The society was or
ganized twenty-seven years ago, )4000
being gathered together the first year,
for Ihe past few years (200,000 has been
rajised yearly, aud Gertrude Taft. mis
sionary to China, aud the support of
several Children has been under the
charge of the society auxiliary. Four
missionaries have been sent out by the
Pacific branch in the past two years.
There were letters read from Dr. Taft
and Miss Mattie Ruttiell; the latter
Is working in Japan. The papers on
home missions were read by Sirs. E. A.
Pomeroy on the frontier supply work.
Mrs. B. W. Caswell took for her sub
ject the industrial homes and schools.
Mrs. Marble spoke of the missionary
work of the city, and Miss Annie Woth
ern and Walter Pomeroy contributed
musical selections during the afternoon.
Basket Social
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. George
King on C street, Pico Heights, was the
scene of a most enjoyable basket social
last Friday evening. The program of
the evening's entertainment was ar
ranged aud carried out under tbe aus
pices of the ladles of the Pico Heights
Congregational church. It consisted of
vocal and instrumental selections by
Mr. Harvey and Miss Harlan, Mrs.
Young and the Misses Partinecho, to
gether with several choice readings by
the talented elocutionists, Mins Ora
Burke and Miss Drillard. The entire
program was thoroughly enjoyed, and
at its close the Joyous throng of guests
joined in the chorus with Mrs. Young
in singing Marching Through Georgia
The delicacies contained In the hand
somely decorated baskets were then dis
tributed among tbe members of the
(.terry party, and received ample ample
justice at their hands. Mr. and Mrs
King did the honors of the evening.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.Klng, Mr.and Mrs.
rehaetle, Mr. and Mrs. Reese, Mr. and
Mrs. Folsome. Mr. and Mrs. Howland,
Mr. and Mrs. Hawey, Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Knox. Sir. and Mrs. McCrimmon, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Lynn, Mmes. Bristol, Mussel
man, Brown, Blerne, Enver, Thomas.
Hart, Hell. Burdick, McCray, Taylor.
Young, Hewey. Smith. McElroy, Walters
Blair, Misses Grey. Anderson, Harland,
Hawey. Dillard, Blair. Lynn. Partin
echo, Thomas, Rhoades, Burke, Ross,
McLean, Bright, Messrs. McLean, Rool.
Mouland, Connolly, Yager. Walters,
Weiss, lngraham«s}rlstol, Con'jt, Har
land, Kelly, Anderson and others.
Railroad n. E. Church
A very pleasant social was given ln
Railroad Melodist Episcopal church on
Thursday evening last. The Ladles' Aid
society served refreshments and a gen
eral good time was realized by all. The
program was one of unusual merit, each
selection being given to perfection.
These monthly socials are • becoming
quite a feature of this rapidly-growing
young charge, which was established
only a few months ago by the paste:,
Rev, S. A. Wldney.
The program rendered was a quartet,
Down in the Cornfields, by Mesdames
Grip. Hallman and Putnam and Mi.
TIallmon; recitation, by Miss Etta
Kane: solo, by little Miss Myrtle Brun
dage; instrumental duet, zither aud gui
tar, by Messrs. Wiebel and Rudolf; rec
itation, Liberty Hell, by Miss Marguerite
Lass: vocal duet, by Messrs. Doxle,
Wise, Lloyd and Knighton; recitation,
by Miss Ida Wldney! quartet, Home
Again, by Mesdames Grip. Hallman nnd
Putnam and Mr. Hallman: instrumental
duet, zither and guitar, by Messrs. \Yio
bel and Rudolf ; recitation, by Miss Alice
Row; selection, by male quartet.
Happy Celeb atlon
The 10th birthday of Miss Mildred
Lapham was the occasion yesterday
afternoon of a delightful gathering of
young people at hef home on Thompson
street. The young hostess dispensed her
hospitality ln a charming manner, car
ing assidiously for each guest. Games
were thoroughly enjoyed and the fes
tivities were concluded by the serving
of a tempting birthday lunch. The table
was extremely pretty in pink and green
and reposing in the center was a large,
cake in honor of the event. Ten pink
candles cast a soft illumination over tbe
table, and for each guest was a unique
box filled with candy. Those present
were: Mrs. J. H. Lapham, Mrs. H. A.
Baldwin, Misses Lapham, Helen Page,
Eleanor Poshay, Bertha Heinz, Clan
Heinz, Lola Heinz, Constance Carrell,
Helen Baskeiville, Walter Baskerville,
Helen Hale, Mable Anderson, Bessie
Alvis, Florence Barr, Flrn Barr, Pru
dence Hegeny, Vallle Doming, Helen
Beach, Vera Baldwin, Loren Janes. Rus
sell Janes, Flossie Waters, Myrtle
Waters, Mary Iteld, Margaret Edwards,
Herbert Edwards, Edith Winter, Mai
ion Slngley, Ruth Singley, Alma Dodge,
Kitty Rixford.
American Baptist Primaries
A number ot little people, members of
the primary department of the Ameri
can Baptist church, were made very
happy yesterday afternoon by their
teachers, Miss Edna Tinker and Miss
Horton, assisted by Miss Dell Butter
worth. The hospitable home and shady
yard were at the disposal of the petit
guests, and the happy faces which ex
pressed the pleasure they were enjoy
ing more than compensated the young
ladles, for their kind thoughtfulness.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY .3, 189 ft.
Games of all descriptions were played
and late In the afternoon a dainty repasi
,vas partaken ot from a long table made
bright with nasturnlums and vines.
Those present were: Burr Nicols, Al
bert Bates, Qwen Bauer, Arthles Wald-
Stead, Eddie Hunt. Helen Brown, Helen
Clark, Kittle Dlgtiim. Charles Sutton,
Harold Griffith, Hasel Orlf'.Uh, Vein
Wilier. Pearl Cox, Obel Butcher, Cora
Harper, Jamie Hodges, Margaret Vlck
hoy, lldcn Hassett, Elsie Pierce, Edith
\V len, Arthur.Fuller, 'Mary Dignum.
Jack Lord. Susie Pierce, Helen Walker
Mike Clark, Freddie Wright, Belda
Lane. Florence Wright. Ruben John
son, Ruth Johnson, Walter Newlin.
Elsie Mannett, Margaret Long. Louise
Cowford, Etbert Dorrls, Pearl Dottls,
George Taylor. Steve Yeucks, Elise Lud
low, Sammle Campax.Hennle Susell,De
light Stevens. Tiny Hanbury, Anita,
Mannctto, Louis Flxen, Wallace Brog
don, Emma Horton. Ora Marinette, Ha
zel Fuller, Katie Fearniau, Florence
Plumstead, Stella Brown, Marjory Es
toss, Agnes Sutton, Gladys Chase.
W. C. T. U. Social
The Los Angeles Ycung Woman's
Christian Temperance union, better
known as the Ys, gave a May basket
social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milo
Baker, 1519 ingraham street, Friday
evening.
Each young lady brought a basket
decorated with flowers. These were to
be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Mr. Len Shcpardson acted as auctioneer.
Among those present were Misses Lau
ra Painter, .Minnie Painter, Gcorgenia
Painter, Grace Wilson, Fanny Wilson,
Amelia Herman, He-tha Clements. Eth
el Reynolds. Aria Bradley, Grace Brad
ely, Bessie Davis. Florence Taylor, Liz
zie Hanlon, Nellie Buck, una Adams,
Ruth Green, Clara Scboter, Rose
SchUtte, Alice Gastren, Viola Holmes,
Annetta Parkinson, Mrs. J. H. Blanch
ard, Messrs. John Rice, Fraud Talbot,
John Goldsworthy, Albert Burge, Will
Herman, Len Shcpardson, Wayne Yar
le, Fred Painter, Frank Pelton, Floyd
Green, Robert Schroter, C. W. Nicklen,
Harry Axtel, Charles Riehardcon, Jes
sie Bryson, Robert Howell, Fred Brown.
Trolley Car Party
MM Hamburger of San Francisco en
tertained about fifty of her friends
Thursday evening with a trolly car party
The car used was one of the new ones
that will run for that purpose. It was
handsomely decorated with Incandescent
lights of many colors, and as it passed
through the city with its merry load
attracted much attention. The destina
tion of the party was Wannock's park,
which was brilliant with myriads of
lanterns. A very delectable Dutch sup
per was served and among the other
pleasures of the evening dodclng was
enjoyed. The party returned at mid
night, voting the entertainment one of
the most delightful of the season.
Whist Party
Mr. George C. Brown presided over a
very enjoyable whist party given at his
home on West Pico street Thursday
evening. The rooms were tastefully
decorated and following the game were
served tempting viands. Miss Mattice
won the tirst prize, a silver bon-bon
spoon. A case of playing cards was
awarded H. Toberman, and the conso
lation, a cut glass vlnlagrette, was cap
tured by Wesley Hunt. Those present
were: Prof, and Mrs. H. A. Brown,
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Solathe, Misses Blot
so, Mattice, Klnkead, Stevens, Hen
dricks, Bacon, Messrs. H. S. Williams,
Hunt, Piatt, Brazelton, Chichester, Day,
Ralph Day.
Here and There
Mr. John I. Hamilton Gilmour of Palm
Springs has been spending a few days
In the city.
Miss Pauly of San Diego is visiting her
cousins, the Misses Pauly, at their home
on Wall street.
Miss McCormack, Miss Desmond and
Mr. Toohy spent a very pleasant day
at Mount Lowe yesterday.
Mr. Aiken, acompanled by his daugh
ter, Mrs. James Aiken, left Friday for
the East to be gone several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Lester have
returned from the European trip, and
are at their Santa Monica home.
James Archibald, a prominent young
journalist and society man of San Fran
cisco, Is visiting friends In the city.
The Young People's society of the Con
gregational church, East Los Angeles,
gave a pleasant social Friday evening
in the church parlors.
Miss Carrie Waddiloves' many friends
will be glad to learn that she will re
turn to Los Angeles this week, after an
absence of several months.
Mrs. S. D. Morrison ot Orange, N. J.,
who has been visiting her relatives, S.
F. Norton and family, at 1129 S. Hill
street, left for her home yesterday.
Tent, No. 1, Daughters of Veterans,
will give an entertainment and popcorn
social Tuesday evening. May sth. at
Bishop hall, 610% South Spring street.
Mrs. Fred H. Teale has changed her
day at homo from Thursday and will
be at home at 443 South State street
the first and second Tuesdays of the
month.
Miss Victoria Harrell will have for
her guests nt dinner this evening Mr.
and Mrs. William Caswell, Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Earl .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Halliday
and Miss May Owen.
Mrs. Guerney and one of her pupils,
Miss Bertha Parsons of Salt Lake, who
spent a portion of their vacation here
during the Fiesta week, returned to their
home in San Diego.
Mrs. WotkyUS and Mrs. McClelland
have taken possession of their beautiful
new residence in St. James' Park, and
will be at home to their friends the first
and third Fridays of the month.
Mrs. James Montgomery entertained
with a very pretty dinner last Thusday
evening in honor of Miss Pike of San
Francisco, who is visiting the Misses
Rose at their home on South Grand
avenue.
Mrs. W, D. Bloodgood of New York
city will spend a portion of the summer
in Los Angeles, returning to concert
and oratorio engagements in Septem
ber. This charming singer will be the
guest of Miss Blanch Rogers during a
portion of her stay In the city.
Mrs. F. M. A. Strong and Mrs. E. P.
Bryan have changed their days of re
ceiving" from the first and second. Mon
days in May to the second and thiid
owing- to the ill health of Mrs. and iMss
Strong. The ladies will receive at the
home of Mrs. Bryan, 333 South Grand
avenue. :
The Woman's Press club will hold an
often meeting on Monday afternoon, at
2 ocloek, in the Assembly room of the
chamber of commerce. Papers on
Browning by Miss Ella A. Giles and
Prof. Phoebe E. Spaulding of Claremont
college will be read. An invitation is
extended to all who desire to attend.
The Los Angeles Kindergarten club
will hold its meeting at 2 p. m., Wednes
day. May Bth, at the Friday Morning
elubrnoms, Broadway, between Third
and Fourth. Dr. Louise Harvey will
give an Informal address of interest to
all kindergarteners. Klnflf rgarteners
are cordially invited to attend.
A vet;y enjoyable dancing party was
given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Holman, on Monday evening. April
27th, at their residence, 730 South Hill
street. The house waa decorated with
roses and smllnx, and dainty refresh
ments were served. The following guests
were present:
The teachers of the Sand school were
entertained Informally Friday evening
by Mr. R. L. Ashley at his home on
W. Sixteenth street. Those present
were Mr. Cates, Mlssos Reeves. Field,
Canfleld, Clark. Crary. LeVaivMr. and
Mrs. C. C. Ashley, R. R. Ashley and F.
M. Ashley. i : .
M. A. Copps, H. G. Rynnlng, Claude
Holman, Don Campbell, Guy Street, Dr.
F. D. Holman, W. Duncom. Fred Salter,
Miss Lole Frashler, Mtes Mamie Hutch-
lngs, Miss Mildred Thomas, Miss Delia
Frashler, Lanie Frashler, Mattle Wal
!aee, Stella Wallace of Alhambra, Flor
ence Holman, Mr. and Mrs. O. T|
Thomas.
This club continues to do earnest,
careful work, New members enter with i
each play studied.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Whitney leave ln a
few days for the ast where they in
tend I pending: the summer.
The Assistance league will meet next
Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss
Kent, IMS Estrella avenue.
A jolly party spending to-day at
P>ho mountain Is composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Klrkover of Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank J. Hart and Miss May Newton.
Mrs. H. L. (Iraham and daughter,
Miss Jennie Graham, have returned ]
from a seven months' visit in San Fran
cisco to their home on Flower street. |
Mrs. G. K. Duckworth of St. Joseph,
Mo., will spend several weeks with her I
brother, Mr. Roland Bishop of Adams
street nnd Ellendale place.
The Saturday Whist club were enter
tained yesterday by Mrs. Sheldon Bor
den at her home on South Hazel street.
Mrs. William Wincup won the first
prize, a berry spoon; the second was
won by Mrs. Smith Briggs, an olive
spoon.
At the regular meeting of the Shakes
pearean club at the Friday Morning
club rooms to-morrow afternoon, at 2:30
o'clock, character sketches of the wo
men in Othello will be presented, and
the preparatory work done on the next
play that the club will consider.
Miss Bertha Walker entertained In
formally lest Friday evening with cards
complimentary to Miss Cornelia Kline.
Whist was enjoyed. The first prize for
the ladies was a pretty plate decorated
with roses; the consolation was a silver
pin tray. The gentlemen's first prize
was a leather cardcase, the consolation
a silver paper knife. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mis.
Brownfield, Mr. and Mrs. Legore, the
Misses Tripp, Misses McFees, Misses
Riley, Footitt, Messrs. Riley, Hovill.
Walker and Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Citron gave a re
ception last Sunday evening at their
home on Temple street, ln honor of Mrs.
M. Citron and son of Oakland, Cal. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. Klein,
Mr. and Mrs. Newman, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. M. Brilliant, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Citron, Mrs. M. Citron, Mrs.
B.Citron, Mrs. L. Favell, Misses Etty and
Molly Lubin, Minnie Newman, Messrs.
M. E. Meyer, Will Lubin, Ben Lubin, S.
Benioff, M. Cohen, Jerre Citron, Joseph
Citron and Jeffrey Citron.
Master Clarence Volght celebrated
his 7th birthday yesterday by giving
a very pleasant party to a few of his
friends nt his home on West Ninth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Sale enter
tained with a charming dinner Friday
evening at their home on South Hill
street in honor of Miss Mihan of San
Francisco. The rooms and table were
very beautiful with a profusion of
sweet peas. Covers were laid for twelve
and at each place were clusters of the
fragrant blossoms. A very delicious
menu was served, which was much en
joyed.
I'ncra. c 1 Orrfs and Invitations
Executed by us will please you. The Webb-
Edwards-Peckham Co., 233 South Spring
street.
The Hospitable French Census
Her majesty Queen Victoria is among
those whose names will figure ln the
Frence census returns. The formality
applies not only to all citizens of the re
public and to all resident foreigners,
but likewise strangers from abroad liv
ing on French territory between Sat
urday and Sunday, the 28th and 29th of
March. Among the other great person
ageis whose names are Included oh the
quinquennial census roll are the Prince
of Wales, the dowager empress of Rus
sia, the czarevitch, Princess Henry of
Pattenberg, the grand duke Michael of
Russia, the king of the Belgians, the
Princess Clementine, his daughter, the
Grand Duke Alexis, commander of the
Russian navy, and at least half a dozen
more imperial and royal visitors who are
now enjoying the blue skies and balmy
air of the Mediterranean littoral.
When a heavy fish, like a salmon or
trout, is served as a course at dinner, the
soup should be light.
MIL i * / % \ SON
America's Beauty Doctor and Dermatologist
A vase of pure gold s-.ld to a silver cup: "I am made ol more precious metal-1 am more
valuable than you." Was that conceited: boasting ?
If Edison should say, '•! have made the most wonderful invention the world ever saw,"
would that be empty braggiug ?
II a merchant has really bet er goods than his competitor, is not tbe buying public inter
ested in knowing the fact ?
Titers has been so much quackery and charlatanism In my profession, that I foel com
pered tc make those remarks to obtain a fair consideration for what follows. For our mutual
benefit, remember that truth is often more remarkable than fiction.
I wish to say, plainly and simply, that I am the most competent dermatologist ami
specialist in beauty culture in America; have delvea most deepiy in the subject and made it a
science, and guided by scientific knowledge bars comooundel remedial which, for effective
ness, are unequaled in the world
I am the only doctor of beauty culture who can illustrate the merit of her preservative
remedies in her own person. I use my curative remedies. Though approaching 40 years, I
have retained the smooth, fresh, velvety complexion and youthful appearance —I should per
haps soy the youth—ol twelve or fifteen years ago.
l'lease do not confound me with women who have claimed as much, and palmed off artifi
cial make-ups and footligiu effects upon a hall dubious, half believing audlcn c, I absolutely
guarantee my cla ms, and invite the fullest investigation. Come and see me nt my parlors
see the testiinouy of hundreds of San Francisco ladles whom I have served, and to whom I have
referred with much honest pride.
I give youth to the aged, beauty to Ull plain and blemished face, health to tbe sick, when
natural loveliness is obliterated by tbe impaited functions of nature.
If you can't come to see me, I can treat you Buccessfully by mail for all face blemishes. I
also make the finest toilet articles, sold In Los Angeles by drugjlstt.
H. M, SALE & SON, 220 S, Spring St.
C. F. HEINZEMAN, 222 N. Main St.
MRS. A. McDOW, Lady Agent, 324 VV. Fourth St.
I rkln r\nntf*7 The only genuine «kin food. Is beauty•• onljf pr»ierv*ti»e. Age traces
L.Ula 1 ItJllLwfc taken away, wrinkles ■ imples and other ble >iUhes prevented. I
Q, anlA feeds the sk'ln through the pores, giving it the nourishment the skin
l-HIC must have and can get tn no other way. Most elegant and effective
face prcpr.rat on ever made. Ladies who rave everything say co. 750 ior jar lasting 3 months.
IVlfc Hf»fficrsn'c Hundreds by using thlt faro bleach have got rid of their
ITIIS. llalllSUll » freckles, moth patches, tan, sunburn (allownesa, yellow skin
Earc l\\f*arH bociusu It Is the best and lowest priced Uco bleach ever made It
ralC MlCabll uoes lo t take from tho lace the natural rosy color, but clears
away all discoloration?. $1 for large bottle.
4r\„ v Hail* Restore< erey hair to ita original color. Good for man or woman,
"fnv ' stair .Superior to auy other restorer for It doea Its work, is not sticky or grea-j-
Dpstnrpr and Is easy to use Will uake you look many years younger. Best re-
KCsIUI CI turn lor any dollar you ever spent. Large bottle.
ni mn l B „ nl l Dl„ r l. Few more offensive face b emishes exist than pimples and
r EIII|JIC fctllU Dial IV buck heads. They are as dirty for the facs a i bedbugs for a
Maori f"*ii*.e» bouse. Kverylad owes It to herself and frio ids to get rid of
IlCclU WJfC them. She can do It with this euro. Price !jl2.
ISlosi f*f*flh Ever y laQ y needs now and then a atro n g
-JlfflSLj Iclll restorer to relievo her of tha ills peculiar to
her sex. If you have Hoadache, Neuralgia, Dizziness, tinsonStom*
■Bfiwl ach, Bloating and Soreness of the Abdomen, Pains, soreness and
X? tSkD gen-ral weakness in the back, pains lv hips, groins, ovaries and
'■W down the limbs, or if you are in a general wornout, tired, lifeless
\t. n£ state, you should take my Nosirrah .ft for large bottle. Ladles
\«j P out of town treated by mall. Write full particulars.
I adies out of Los Angeles sending this ad with
I alttl t\J I ioc In atamps, will receive a book ot instruc
•Baoanmßßnnaß tions and a box of Lola Mantes Creole and Face Powder, FREE.
Mrs. Nettie Harrison,
Dermatologist.
40-43 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal.
W. K. VANDERBILT'S CALLER
A pretty woman called at the residence
nf Wllllan K. Vanderbllt, Fifty-second
itreet and Fifth avenue, Tuesday evening
and Insisted upon heing ushered Into the
presence of the millionaire.
She was not more than 30 years old and
said she had come all the way from Phil
adelphia. She persisted in ringing the
door-bell and for more than two hours she
stood on the stoop in vain. The next
morning she returned and was arrested.
The woman Is well-educated and It Is
thought her condition is due to over-study.
Shortly before 7 ocloek there was a vlg- j
orous ringing of the doorbell at Mr. Van- j
rjerbilt's residence-. The servant who re- j
sponded found a young woman, fashion- 1
ably attired, at Ihe door. She was about ]
to enter the vestibule when the servant j
asked her whom she wished to see.
"I have business with Mr. Vanderbllt. l
Wish to see him at once," she said.
She was asked for her card, hut she told
the servant to lead the way into Mr. Van
derbllt'l presence and she would follow.
The actions of the woman Impressed Ihe
servant as being peculiar. She held a note
in her hand which she; said she would send
to Mr. Vanderbllt in case she could not
see him.
This note the servant took and asked the
young woman to wait on tho stoop. He
waited.
The servant finally told the woman that
Mr. Vanderbllt could not ho seen. She then
went away and the servant thought that
was the last he would hear of her.
Hut she returned the next morning at
(1:15 ocloek and again rang the bell. Ernest
Kverhardt, the caretaker .responded. He
found Ihe woman standing on the stoop anel
shouting through a speaking tube.
"What are yon doing here." he asked.
"I am speaking to Mr. Vanderbllt at a
distance. I must see him in person.
She refused to leave the sloop. Ever
hardt then summoned Patrolman Diehl.
The general appearance of the woman im
pressed the policemen, and he questioned
her before taking her into custody.
"I am a representative of influential pen
pie," she said. "How do you make it your
business to Inquire what my business with
Mr. Vanderbllt may be?"
When she was arraigned in the police
court she said:
to Mr. Vanderbllt and was told to wait. I
"I did no wrong. 1 simply sent my name
waited and returned the next morning."
She said she was Miss Estelle Bu minister,
and that she had come all the way from
Philadelphia to nee Mr. Vanderbllt.
She smiled when questioned regarding
her age. hesitated and then said that she
was about 30 years old.
"I am a secretary to a very rich gentle
man and also a stenographer. 1 have been
in this city but a few days and will return
to Philadelphia just as soon as my business
here is transacted."
She was sent to Bellevue hospital to have
the question of her sanity determined, and
her sister. Mrs. M. A. Horton. arrived from
Philadelphia to take her home. Mrs. Hor
ton said her sister had been acting queerly.
but not violent, ho no watch was kept on
her. She had been away from home three
days, and a friend who read of the Vander
bllt escapade telegronhed the family.—New
York Evening World.
OLD pit ENDS
There are no friends like old friends.
And none so good and true;
We greet them wheu we meet them.
As roses greet the dew;
No other friends are dearer.
Though born of kindred mold:
And while we prize the new ones,
We treasure more the old.
There are no friends like old friends,
Where'er we dwell or roam,
In lands beyond the ocean.
Or near the boundsof home;
And when they smile to gladden,
Or sometimes frown to guide.
We fondly wish those old friends
Were always by our side.
There are no friends like old friends.
To help us with the load
That all must bear who Journey
O'er life's uneven road;
And when unconquered sorrows
The weary hours Invest,
The kindly words of old friends
Are always found the best.
There are no friends like old friends,
To calm our frequent fears.
When shadows fall and deepen
Through life's declining years;
And when our faltering footsteps
Approach the Great Divide,
We'll long to meet the old friends
Who wa.it tbe other side.
David Banks Sickles' Leaves of the Lotus.
Russian Ktectrlsal Pr lares*
Russia is to have an electrical branch
of her army, under a lieutenant general,
two major generals and five officers of
lower grade, who will also have a military
electrical school under their charge. Rus
sian military officers have always been
adept In tho use of electricity.—Literary
Digest.
IjVillede jSj& Paris ||
11 Pioneer Broadway Potomac Block if
Dry Goods House 221=3 S. Broadway |f
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if O OH THIS POPULAR STORK Q||
SI —"""C First-Polite and honest Treatment «
; 1 f Second—Reliable Goods 1 I i!;
<§> I Third—Popular Prices |a
<Sfe> 1 [ Fourth—Dirjct Importations of every Iv»
X | Jl\. Desirable Novelty A "V $ X
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#1 Wash Fabrics Spring Wraps $#
SS The season's fashionable mate- This Depaitment stands prepared iS}^
® terial, LINEN, is now at its best. to meet any demand you might (wnP
3j Plain Linens, Plaid Linens, Pig- make upon it. A dozen tirst-
* ured Linens and Irish Linens, class manufacturers are repre- BhX
f; with handsome Satin stripes, are sented in the stock. When you <d\vr
S shown in complete, satisfying buy garments here you get qual-
SX assortments. The styles most ity, correct materials, exclusive iSjX
® suitable for dresses are marked models and rifht prices. Is it ' J v\yr
I I2;ic, 17,'jC, 25c, 40c yard , worthwhile-? ®^
X| White Duck Ladies ' Jackets
XI Seems to grow more popular each | PL^^lMnhh' 3 ?* front &
X I year. but only a few of the mak- tailor-made and "nished, |,
#1 ers can get the perfect finish. «6.00 each
<&£ 12 15c, 18c yard Separate Skids i><4
<*> 9 are the- prices of White Duck In Navy and Tan Diagonal; also
a that have proved the best. fancy Granite Cheviots, Q-gored,
$7.00 each |<»
S® Scotch Tissue Ladies' Suits ® <$>
® ®
1 A daintily corded Lawn, printed Of Gray Mixed Cheviots, Blazer il<&
SU in Persian Patterns of exquisite Jacket lined throughout with silk
® colorings. 25c yard $13.50 each ;® X
| 29-inch Batiste ' ° l,tin * Costumes JJ»
i Small, neat designs for children's Of Navy and Black Mohair Bril-
Iwl dresses. 12'.cyard liantlne, new style skirt,
S®j " $16.50 each j®^
| Savoie Dimities Ladies' Capes
« A new fabric, tine and sheer, ex- iOf Black Silk Crepon, Satin i(|
y $ tremely handsome patterns. j lined, Chiffon collar. j®
15c yard l ? 17.50 each $ <§>
♦I |l>
<$> 1 »\r jj—A first-class man te take charge of our Drapery ® <4>
X® WHlltcQ Department; must be thoroughly acquainted with |T
® every detail of the drapery business. ® sj?
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Goods delivered free in Pasadena. Mail orders promptly filled. <§>
Tel. Main 893
I C. LAUX CO. 1
I i
§ DRUGGISTS r m
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§ SOUTH SPRING STREET g
"IS US'
•St j»
n Trusses and Crutches St
Sj At Greatly Reduced Rates ra,
m For this week only we are offering Hard Rubber tp**
•M and Elastic Trusses at 3? per cent less than formerly, w
to make room for new goods coming.
4® We have also just received a large stock of ... . js*'
jB g
S Meat Juice Presses g
II Just the thing for invalids and dyspeptics, jstt.
SB At wholesale and retail. <j|S
g Our Kola Preparations g
•feft Are gaining in popularity every day. Yin &
3& Kola, $1.00 per bottle. Kola Extract, a |g.
ao convenient form for travelers, sold in any |g£
"fiH quantity.
IS 11 g
"gaS Eastman's Violet Water 20c per bottle
Eastman's Triple Extracts in glass stoppered «9»
bottles lOC each vg£
Hand Brushes • sceach JW"
]m Licorice 2 sticks tor 5c
C«> Vaseline Soap 50c dozen
Turkish Bath Soap 50c dozen jg^*
Apollinaris Water, quarts $2.50 dozen vgjW,
«W Bythenia Water 25c per bottle
Sponges and Chamois Skins, all sizes, at Reduced Prices jg^*
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S C. Laux Co., Druggists S
•§| 142 South Spring Street g
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(u-qI a Look At This
■II til ftlffilu Beautiful White Enameled, Brass-mounted
Ifii lli 'Ejl'n Be dstead, Wash Stand and Dresser to match.
Furniture and Floor Coverings
If 1 II Window Shades a Specialty.
*— * I. T. MARTIN, 531.533 S. Spriafc
Open Monday and Saturday Evenings.
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