OCR Interpretation

The herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, July 24, 1898, Image 14

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042461/1898-07-24/ed-1/seq-14/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 14

A reception was given Thursday after
noon by Miss Augustia Lamb and Miss
Mary Hunsaker at the rosidenoe of Rev
and Mrs. William A. Lamb an Ocean View
avenue. The reception hall was decorated
with potted plants and papyrus, the draw
ing rooms in pink and white roses, the
library in red and the dining room in the
national colors. The lunoheon table was
decoratod with broad satin ribbons of red
and white and tbo loea were in red, white
and blue. Miss Nora Sterry presided at tho
punch bowl. During the afternoon music
was furnished by a mandolin and guitar
club, and there wore several vocal selec
tions by Miss Alba Bennett. The guests
were the Mmes. O. Eugene Farish, Morton
M. Mason of Pasadena, William A. Lamb,
H. G. Wilshire, Maurice Armstrong of Bos
ton, E. R. Smith, Thomas O'Donnell, M.
W. Brown, Julia Qulnn, J. T. Bushnoll, Jr.,
E. P. Torry, Myron Tandy of Boston, J. C.
Fletcher, Misses Nora Sterry, Helen Booth,
Mary Babcock, Helen Smith, Rose Smith,
Mary A. Merwln of South Pasadena. Ladye
Douglass, Clara Kixon, Eugene Rixon,
Florence Hunsaker, Helen Howes, Esther
Yamell, Hatherine Yarn.-11, Susie Cogs
well, Sarah Cogswell, Luctla Leovy, Kath-
arine Kemper, L. Mitchell, Irene Stephens,
Nina Gass, Ida Works, Laura Works; Alvla
Janes, Nellie Clark, Inez Clark, Cowan,
Louis Bourke, Mac Gllmore, Mary Quinn,
Reynolds, Eva Springer, Nellie Cameron,
iiOngstreet, Eliza Bonsall, Carson of Santa
Monica, Alba Bennett, Ayres of Pasadena,
Emma Dtmlap, Lillian Carlaton, Mints.
Cox, Anna Chadwlck, Mary Peatfleld of
Pasadena, Mac Maoomber, Flora Hunter,
Isabel Godln, Ivy Schoder, Margaret Hen
derson, Jessie Chambers, Anna Chambers,
Tafham, Gertrude Jones, Jerrme Jones and
Arena Chambers.
Weed-Naf tzgar
Tbo marriage of Mlse Maude Mnrjorle
Naftzgar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Naftzgar, to Robert Murrey Weod took
place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at St.
John's Churoh, ceremony by tha rector,
Rev. B. W. R. Tayler. The church and the
altar steps were lined with palms, graoe
fully arranged to form a canopy beneath
which the bridal party stood. The rood
stcreen, filled with forns and clusters of
White carnations formed a background for
the masses of white carnations and cen
taureas grouped about the chancel and
altar. At the entrance of the bridal party
the Lohengrin wedding march was played,
and during the ceremony there was a selec
tion from Lohengrin and Jensen's Bride
Song. At the olose, Mendelssohn's Wed
ding march was rendered. The brldo en
tered tho church attended by her father,
who also gave her away. Awaiting her at
the attar were the groom and his best man,
Harry Coburn Turner. Tho bride wore a
tailor-made gown of brown cloth, finished
with a vest and stock of white satin, and
ber hat was trimmed with white quills and
clusters of white violets. She carried an
Ivory-bound prayer book, whiob has long
been an heirloom in tho family. The ush
ers were Messrs. Rea Smith, Ralph B.
Hubbard, William McCoy and Lloyd Macy,
all of whom are members of the Zeta Pel
Fraternity, of which the groom Is also a
member. After a wedding breakfost,
served under the direction of Reynolds, at
the residence of the bride's parents on
Portland street, Mr. and Mrs. Weed took
the afternoon train for an extended bridal
trip, and upon their return will be at home
to their friends after August 10, at TOO West
Twenty-eighth street.
Current Topics Club
Friday morning found fifty women as
sembled at the Current Topics club. The
program was full of Interest, many ques
tions of the day being clearly and briefly
touched. Among these questions wore
Hotty Green's million dollars loan to New
York, the transportation of tho troops to
Spain, the distribution of food at Santia
go by the Red Crocs society, the sanitary
conditions at Santiago, eto. A sketch of
the life of Garcia was given, full of thrill
ing Incident and tragic story. Miss Wll
klns of Wyoming gave brief news of the
work of Miss Reel, the now superintend
ent of Indian Instruction. Miss Reel Is
most familiar with educational work and
the Indians as well. Her appointment is
paid to be through the influence of Hanna,
but she has every opportunity for Una
work, and much good Is expected during
her term of office.
Miss L,evy gave a bright sketch of the
Island of Porto Rico, touching Its situation,
climate, resources, cities, and closing with
picturesque outlines of San Juan, "the
miniature Cadiz," full of local color.
Mrs. J. A. Osgood presented a brief re
view of Abbie Gould Wilson's artlclo en
titled "A Plea for Spain," In one of the
late magazines.
The war news received attention and the
discussion on each Item of news was ani
Mrs. Galpln left at tho adjournment of
the club for Catallna, where she will be
tbc guest of Mrs. Wyman for the onsuing
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matthews entertained
Tuesday evening at their resJdence on South
Workman street in honor of the twenty
fifth anniversary of their wedding. The
drawing rooms wore decorated with roses
and carnations and over the doorways were
draperies of asparagus fern. In the dining
room the decorations were in red and white.
The library was In deep red roses and was
lighted with tall candelabra shaded with
red. An impromptu musical program was
rendered, Including a vocal solo by Mrs
J. T. Hollingsworth; violin solos by Jamee
Fox, and reading by Miss Minnie Sloan.
A guessing game was a feature of the even
ing and the prizes were won by Miss Nel
lie Russ and C. A. Neal. Mr. and Mrs.
Matthews were assisted In receiving by Mr.
and Mrs. Newell Matthews. Both ladles
wore their wedding gowns. Among the
guests were Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Hollings
worth, Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Dorland, Mr.
and Mrs. A C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. George Ayles
worth, Mr. and Mrs. Lector Kavanagh, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Gates, Mr. nod Mrs.
C. A. Neal, Mmes. O. J. Fox, B. E. Taney,
Martha Stone, J. A. Russ, Anna Duns
moor, Elisabeth Hayward, Misses Frances
Scott, Fannie Stone, Minnie Sloan, Nellie
Class, Bess Ajiesworth, Amanda Matthews,
TMla Vattftawft, entn Matthews, Messra
C. J. Fox, Jr., Rowell Snell, Silas Duns
moor, Duray Smith of Oakland.
Dixie Club
The gentlemen members of the. Dixie
club gave a dancing party Tuesday even
ing at Kramer's Hall, in honor of the la
dles of the club. A supper was served un
der the direction of Okelinn, and music
was furnished by a colored orchestra.
Other pleasant features of the evening
were negro melodies and a cake walk 1 by
some colored representatives of the sunny
south. Thoge present were Dr. and Mrs.
W. H. Weston, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harris.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. White, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Hartwell, Mr. and Mrs. Day, Mes
dames J. Carlton Adams. Roller, Terry and
McCauley, Misses Mary Adams, Annie Ad
ams, Jennie Robinson, .Tesslo Hartwell,
Grace Hartwell, Lotspelch. Smith, Mat
tie Adams, Grace Adams, Whitton, Wilson,
Ludlow, Judge Theodore Martin, Messrs.
Bernard Mills, Leslie Harris, De Van,
Wood, Cloud, Evans, Paxton, Reed, Lud
low and I. T. Martin.
A Welcome Home
Mrs. Thomas Haverty returned on Sat
urday from a visit of three months to friends
and relatives in Denver and other points
in Colorado.
She was welcomed home by a large circle
of neighbors and acquaintances who had
assembled st the handsome residence corner
Olive and Pico streets in honorof the event.
Under the supervision of Mrs. McEwen
and Mrs. Gruenwald the house had been
converted Into a bower of flowers, and
graceful vines and smllax portieres, re
placed the heavy permanent hangings at
the doors and windows. A bountiful din
ner was served In the dining room, which
had been festooned with ropes of smilax
and pmk sweet peas, while the table was
almost covered with masses of roses and
pink hydrangeas. Mrs. Haverty returns
much Improved in health and will be at
home Thursdays as usual.
A quiet wedding took place Wednesday
evening at the home of U, D Deeds., 13U2
"Wright street. The contracting parties
Were his niece, Miss Eva May Deeds and Ar
thur L. Tower. The bride was gowned in
white organdy garnished with Valencien
nes laco and moire ribbon. The brides
maid. Miss Maud Welin, wore white or
gandy. The goomaman was J. E. Welin.
Tho decorations wore simple but effective,
the parlors in white and green, the bridal
party standing beneath a triangle of smi
lax and daisies, while tho dining room was
prettily decorated in pink and green. Only
the immediate relatives and friends of the
bride and groom were present at the cere
mony, which was performed by Rev. A.
W. Rider, after which light refreshments
were served. Mr. and Mrs. Tower left
Thursday morning for Chlno, tbo home of
tha groom's parents.
Marshmallow Party
Miss Maude Dezell gave a marshmallow
party Friday evening at her home on
Crocker street. The house was tastefully
decorated with potted ferns, roses and
sweet peas and twining strands of smllax.
A short musical program followed the
numerous games, to which Misses Davisson
and Lewis and Me-ssrs. Bradley and Rich
contributed. Among tho guests wero: Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Hlrschler, Mr. and Mrs.
T. C Allen, Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Hazel
dine, Misses Ora Ingle, Mac Brown, Clara
Roberts, Mac Davisson. Ada Ingle, Nora
Corbin, Grace Parker, Mary Lewis, Cora
Park«", Jessie Lewis, Pattl Davisson and
Daisy Davisson. Messrs. McDougal, K. R.
Bradley, J. Ellis, E. G. Dezell. R. R. Rich,
C. G. Berg, Chas. Davisson, Frank Fralser,
Will Bosley, B. Haneman, W. Bryant, L.
P. Bradley, Geo. Harrington and W. Hane
Sixth Birthday
Mrs. A. W. Hutton entertained Wednes
day afternoon at her residence on South
Main street In honor of the sixth birthday
anniversary of her little daughter, Eu
genia. The luncheon table was arranged
with pink and white roses and carnations
and forns. Among tho flowers and over
the white oloth were scattered dozens of
butterflies, and the little guests were entor
talned with a butterfly game. Those pres
ent were Helen Porter Candler, Dorothy
Lincoln, Alice Weysc, Helena Weyse,
Mary Lynn Walker, Elizabeth Walker, Al
ice Ray Walker, Mary Scott, Sarah Scott,
Alice McLaughlin, Ruth Williams, Olma
Travis. Mary Travis, Marguerite Rimple,
Travis Hutton. Linden Bowring, Martin
Wolfskill, Lloyd Mills, Warren Glllelen,
Lute Glllelen nnd Harold Williams.
Dancing Party
Miss Martha Robinson gave a dancing
party Wednesday evening at her home on
South Union avonue. Sprays of pepper
were used in decorating, and there was a
profusion of La France roses and pink
geraniums In the drawing room. The re
ception hall was In white marguerites and
the dining hall in deep red roses. The
guests were Mrs. W. L. Clark, Mrs. Wm.
Harris, Misses Ruth French, Anne Pow
ers, Lena Cressey, Jennie Robinson, Zai
dee Hartwell, Ethel Barnes, Louise Willis,
Faye Lewis, Messrs. John Reed, Leslie
Harris, Farnsworth, Carl Farnsworth,
Sptnks, Howard Robinson, Leslie Farrell,
Harry Hartwell, Will Clark, Frank Bar
ham and Stafford Bixby.
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Newell gave a large
reception Tuesday afternoon and evoning
at their residence on East Twelfth street
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Blair Newell,
whoee marriage occurred recently In
Springfield, Mo. The drawing rooms were
decorated with papyrus, roses and cen
taureaa, and over tha doorways were dra
peries of pepper sprays. Mrs. O. W. Dow,
Mrs. A G. Hinckley and Mrs. William Ho
gan assisted in receiving. In the dining
room fruitade and light refreshments were
served by tha Misses Elizabeth Rutledge,
Elise Goodhue, Ida Larson and Florence
Newell. During the afternoon and even
ing an Impromptu program of instrumental
music was rendered. About one hundTed
guests were present.
Mystic Whist Club
The Mystic Whist club held Its final meet
ing for the season on Thursday nigh', at ti.o
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stephens on
Twenty-seventh street, near Vermont ave
nue. The parlors were decorated with
ivy, smllax and poppies, while the front
(Sarah was aglow with Japanese lanterns.
Mrs. R. A. Chapman won the ladles' prize,
a sterling sliver comb and brush, while the
prize for Ihe gentlemen, a handsome fob.
was carried off by E. R. Wright. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Stephers,
Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Craw
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman; Misses Fred
holdt, Lou Fredholdt, Wagner, Lonsberry.
Barrlkoft; Me*srs. Young, Wagner, Hutch
inson and Barker.
Literary Meeting
Last Friday evening Magnolia lodge No.
34, Degree of Honor of tho A. O. TJ. W.,
held its regular monthly literary meeting.
The program was as follows: Piano duet.
Ethel Belcher and Eva F. Booth; reading,
Miss Harrison; debate: Question—Re
solved, that we keep all lands obtained
through the war. Affirmative, Charles
Johnson and Eva Booth; negative, Messrs
Miller and 1.. L. Cyrsntus. The question
was discussed in an Interesting manner,
after which by vote of the lodge the aftlrm
atlvc carried off tho honors. The next
literary meeting will be held on August
15 at A. O. O. W. ball, 213 South Main
Monthly Social
The Harmonlal Workers and Ladles' Re
lief corps of the Los Angeles Harmonlal
society gave their regular monthly social in
Kramer's hall last Thursday night. There
was an unusually large attendance and
the program of the evening was very pleas
antly rendered. Mrs. Maude L. yon Frel
tag recited "The Mortgage on the Farm";
C. H. Lewis nnd Miss Honore Bach sang
solos; F. G. Park'-r gave an original decla
mation, and "Cathllne," arranged as a trio,
was sung by Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and
Miss Merle Humphrey, receiving a merited
encore. Dancing followed until a late hour.
Delta Fraternity
John Tebbetts entertained the members
of the Delta fraternity nnd a few friends on
Wednesday evening at his residence on
South Grand avenue. The drawing rooms
were decorated with American flags, and
the dining room was arranged in red and
white carnations and flags. Following th?
dinner was a boating party at Westlake
park. The Fraternity members are Messrs.
John Tebbetts, Frederick Gilbert. Samuel
Holton, Will Reed, William WdlgUS. The
other guests were the Misses Salinn Reed,
Thls is emphatically a season of wash gowns, even although the so-called
wash costumes are not all precisely adapted In their make-up to an actuul
pasage through the processes of the laundry. Ecru grass linen Is the mate
rial of the dainty gown shown In our illustration taken from Harper's Ba
zar. Two kinds of linen aro combined In tho gown, the one a striped linen
which forms the body of the skirt and waist and the sleeves, the other a
plain llnon covered with all-ovor embroidery In shades of white and tan. The
striped material of the skirt is arranged so that the stripes meet In points
In a seam down the front. Tho embroidered plain material forms a circular
flounce which Is quite narrow at the front, but slopes up rapidly toward tho
back, and there renches midway to the. top of the skirt. On the waist tho
embroidered fabric forms a short bolero Jacket, opening on a white shirred
vest of white silk mull. Tho belt, collar and brtast-knot are of poppy-red
satin ribbon. The white straw hat is trimmed with white tulle, popples and
snangled oullls.
May Dawson, Hazel Shields, May Glbbs
and Mary Den,
Bubio Canon Picnickers
Miss Ora Flint entertained the "Bublo
canyon picnickers" on Thursday evening
at the residence of Mrs. E. Flint, 804 West
Eleventh street. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Neel, Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. Atch
ison, Mr. and Mrs. Hi Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Flint, Mrs. H. Blake anddaughtor,
Mrs. B. Boyer and Mrs. E. Harrison. The
event of the evening was a souk guessing
contest in which Mr. H. Marshall captured
the prize. The rest of the evening was
spent with vocal and piano selections by
Mrs, Neel, Mrs. L, Boyer and Miss Flint.
Clam Bake
A Jolly party attended the clambake giv
en by Messrs. Joe and Harry Fuurnior at
Santa Monica on Tuesday evening. An
impromptu entertainment, consisting of
musical and literary features, whlled away
the timo, while the clams were baking, and
feasting and dancing to tbo strains of a
string band made up tho evening's enter
tainment. Among those present were
Mosdames Morrison, Kardell, Schmidt,
White and Deemor, Misses Miller. Kardell,
Morrison and Schmidt: Messrs. Bancroft,
Fournier, Hilton, White nnd Deemer.
Children's Party
Mrs. F. H. Gill entertained Monday after
noon at her residence on East Pico street
In honor of the seventh birthday anniver
sary of her little daughter. Donna. The
luncheon table was decorated with carna
tions nnd ferns, and the afternoon was
pleasantly spent with games on the lawn.
Mrs. GUI was assisted by Mrs. H. B. Htrus
ton. and the little guests were Margery
Hawkins, Ruby Anderson, Horry Ander
son, Agneß Showelt. Lliabell ShaTlard,
Norma Chittenden. Eva Chittenden. Ida
Hunter and Mazle Ames.
Informal Afternoon
Mrs. E. W. Nettleton entertained a few
friends Informally Wednesday afternoon
at her residence on Buena Vista street. An
enjoyable musical program was rendered,
including piano solos by Cook, vocal
solos by Miss Mabel Walker and a piano
duet by Mrs. Cook and Mrs Nettleton. A
luncheon was also Fcrved. The guests
were Mmos. E. K. Prathor. W. 1.. Sheldon,
W. J. Holmes, F. C. Weeks. H. Leithead,
W. J. Cock, the Misses Ailoen Holmes,
Mabel Walker and Clara Walker, of Oak
Surprise Party
A surprise party was tendered Miss Znl
dee Hartwell Thursday evening at Ihe resi
dence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Hartwell, on West Seventeenth street.
Tho evening was pleasantly spent with
games and dancing and an Impromptu pro
gram included several selections on the
banjo by Albert Forthman and recitations
by George Le Jioux, Marcus Scott and Al
bert Forthman. The hostess was assisted
In entertaining by Miss Olave li. Clark
and Miss Jessie Hartwell,
Mrs. M. M. Clark entertained informally
at luncheon Saturday at her residence on
West Adams street, In honor of Mrs. Robert
D. Clark. The table was decorated with
pansles arranged In a low mound in the cen
ter. Following the luncheon were games
of whist and euchre. Besides the guests of
honor, there were present Mrs. Charles
Wellborn, Mrs. William C. Reed, tho Misses
Surah Goodrich. Lillian Wellborn, Dorothy
Wellborn, May Coblelgh, Mary Clark and
Mr. W. M. Randall.
Miss Emma Lenz and Miss Ada Shrader
entertained the T. 8. O.s at hearts Friday
evening at tho Lenz residence on South
Hope street. The decorations were In the
club colors, vlolotand white, and the games
were followed by dancing and music. The
guests were Misses Luella Clark, Lydia
Browning, Grace Winters, Gertrude Fair
banks, Virginia List, Messrs. Will Shrader,
Hoseoe Shrader, Harry Hough, Charles
Reynolds', Horace King, Walter Lena and
Edmund Irfna.
Birthday Party
Mrs. E. C. Sehnahol of Ingraham street
entertained a number of little folk* Sat
urday afternoon in honor of the tenth
birthday of her sister, Margaret Hobart.
She was assisted by Mrs. A. J. Hobart, Mrs.
Max Kuhnrlch, Mrs. C. V. Howard ar.d
Miss Kate Howard. Dancing and games
were enjoyed until 4 o'clock, when a dainty
repast was served. Among tho9e prsent
were: Marguerite Seymour, Lucile Copo,
Flora and Elea Kuhnrleh, Fern and Jean
Gordon, Virginia Gray, Luella Mac For
rester, Dorothy Meeerve, Heth McClees,
Mamie Maler, Rowena Huscroft, Edna
Crawley, Zelda Jones, Ethel and Kathleen
Lockbart, Helen Stocker, Grace Dukeman.
Allene Melczer, Mary and Helen Howell.
The marriage of Mrs. Clara Louise Mor
gan and Charles Emory Allen took place
at high noon Thursday at the residence of
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Newell, on East
Twelfth street. The ceremony was wit
nessed only by a few Intimate friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Allen left at once for Onta
rio, whore they will spend a week or two.
After August 1 they will be at home to
their friends at 84 Villa street, Pasadena.
Winter Card Club
Miss Florence Jones entertained the Win
ter Card club Thursday afternoon at her
residence on South Flower street. The
club prise, a Rockwood vase, was won by
Miss Lillian Wellborn and the guests' prize,
a leather-bound volume Of "Bhe Stoops to]
Conquer," by Mrs. William West. This
closes another very successful year In tho
history of the club, which Is now adjourned
until tho winter season.
Tho marriage of MIM Elizabeth Kennedy
and John S. Allen took place Wednesday
morning at JO oclock at Vincent M. E.
church. Tho ceremony was performed by
the pastor, Rev. Will A. Knighton, and was
Witnessed only by the relatives and a few
Intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Allen took
the afternoon train for Cataltna, where
they will remain several days.
Here and Tb.er%
J. s. Steadman wont to Catalln%Prlday.
Miss Corrlck of Glasgow, Scotland, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Thllo Becker.
Miss Mail Scofield has gone to Council
Bluffs, lowa, to visit friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacoby and family are
at the Metropole, Catallna, for a few weeks.
Miss Louise Soule, society reporter of the
Tlm< s, is spending her vacation at Catallna.
Dr. W. H. Weston will leave In a few
days for a six weeks' tour through Mexico.
Miss Nottle Duslng of Bonsall, San Diego
county, la spending several weeks In the
Miss Jennie L. Rochester returned Mon
day from a week's outing at Terminal Is
Mr. and Mrs. X as pare Cohn and family
are spending several weeks at Coronado
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Greer went to Re
dondo Tuesday to spend a week or two with
Chief Justice Street and family of Arizo
na are at 2039 Monmouth avenue for the
The Sunday school children of tho Second
Presbyterian church picnicked Friday at
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Averill left Friday
fcr Sacramento, whore they will remain
until fall.
Mrs. Joshua Dean of Downey avontie has
been spending several days with her sister
at Orange.
Dr. Wm. Brill has returned to Los An
geles after an absence of two months in
New York.
Mrs. Williams and Miss Pansy Williams
have gone to Santa Monica to spend sev
eral weeks.
Walter Foster Is spending his vacation
at tho Hunter ranch with Mr. and Mrs,
John Clark.
Mrs. Adelaide Alexander of Snntce street
entertained a few friends Informally Tues
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of East Sixth
street, have been spending a few days nt
Long Beach.
Mrs. J. C. Wlckham of Philadelphia is the
guest of Judge and Mrs. Street on Mon
mouth avenue.
Tho Misses Hambrook of West Adams
street will glvo a largo card party on Tues
day afternoon.
Mrs. Judge McKccby will leave this week
for San Francisco, to visit her son befcre he
sails for Manila. »
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Schneider reft Satur
day for Ran Francisco. They will bo away
about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stockwell and daugh
ter Lois have returned from a week's visit
In San Francisco.
Mrs. John Meyers of Dallas, Texas. Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Bradley of
North Soto street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Schrclbfr of Santeo
street have romoved to San Francisco for
an indefinite time-
Mrs. O. W. Bennett and Miss Alba Ben
nett aro spending the summer at the Carle
ton, Santa Monica.
Tho ladies of tho Second ITcshyterian
church gave a tea Thursday afternoon In
the church parlors.
Mrs. H. G. Wilshire and Miss Nora Wil
shire will spend several weeks at tho Ca
sino, Santa Monica.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Hellman and family
are spending tho summer at the Villa
Amy near Alhambra.
Mrs. L. A. Ross and Miss Maude Ewtng
Ross went to Long Beach Monday to spend
a month or six weeks.
Prof, and Mrs. M.icleod havo gone to
Long Beach for a month, to attend the
Chautauqua assembly.
Mr. and Mrs. John MrCrea, Miss Ger
trude McCrea and Jack MK'rea are at Cat
allna for the summor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wlgmore and the
Misses Wigmore have returned from a two
years' visit In England.
Mrs. Anna S. Avorill has taken a onttage
at Ocean Park, Santa Monica, and will re
oeive as usual on Fridays.
Miss Ethel Brooks and Miss Pearl Brown
have gone to San Francisco and Lake Ta
ttoo for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gates entertained
a few friends Friday evening at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. D. Jackson.
Rev. and Mrs. Enos P. Baker are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Chaso on
East Twenty-sovonth street.
Miss Mario Johnson of Wabash, Ind.,
left for homo Saturday after a year's visit
with friends In Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron ("rocker of Sam Fran
cisco are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Lowman on South Hope street.
Tho engagement of Miss Lillian E. Har
rington, daughter of E. D. Harrington, to
Burt D. McOord Is announced.
Miss Sibyl Conklln, who has been the
(Continued on rage Twenty-Four.)
Tace j
{ Tood
\W Facial beauty depends upon well /
■ nourished tissues and a healthy akin, fe
7 Impoverished skiu moans: fading 7
■ beauty, lack of color, plumpness, and fe
7 regular lines. Lola Montoz Creme Is a 7
■ face food that supplies nourishment to fe
17 the tissues, briugs color to the cheeks, 7
■ eradicates wrinkles, and prevents tha fe
1 7 loss of facial beauty. Absolutely 7
Ife harmless. 75c a jar, lasts three months. fe
Z Superfluous Hair Z
j Permanently removed by the Electric y
£ Needle as operated by me. fa
Z Mrs. Nettie Harrison Z
■ 40-43 Geary St. San Francisco ■
l WerWe you free tlm IHndnorao C
J Genuine Owl Blur, bat f' d f'™. n>m|M Irnii, O
i ju°Us!l on'r una nil tormln or wit s*l tin A
JUliu. SftlltcUO M»t*Hne frM B
,lwhh emoh phi. Don't fend *1 J (j
|Bop.r,]iia|iiMinwl.44TtM, C
* IHiilJI/"* mnU y
Sioston SL Store.
239 South Sireadway, Xos jfnye/e*
Indispensable Outing, Home and Traveling Luxuries
At Popular Prices
Totfet Waters Toilet Waters Toilet Waters
Violet Water 40c Rosadore Water 40c Caprice Water 40c
Cash. Bouquet 40c Lily of the Valley 40c Crtb Apple SOo
Matsukita 40c White Rose SOc Farina Cologne SOo
4711 Cologne 50c Bonne Water ....50c Toilet Vinegar SOo
Ambroline Lotion SOc Bay Rum 50c R. &G. Extracts SSo
Extracts Extracts Extracts Extracts
Mathoila White Rose Orchida Vera Violette
Viang Viang White Carnation Chypre White Iris
May Bells Crab Apple Violet Ambree Cherry Btossoms
Celtls Heliotrope Peau d'Espagne Wood Violet
75c Ounce 75c Ounce 75c Ounce 75c Ounce
Creams Creams Creams
Cucumber Jelly 15c Hinds' Cream 40c Almond Cream 400
Lemon Cream 15c Colgate's Glycerine... 10c Malvina Cream 400
Espey's Cream 20c Camphor Ice 10c Cream Simon 48c
Cold Cream 25c Lavender Salts 45c Evans' totion 25c
Dermic Balm 25c Violet Salts 45c Holmes'Frostilla 2Se
Cosmo, Relger and Crown Soap
Buttermilk 10c White Rose ISo Crab Apple ....15c Cash. Bouquet .20c
Almond 12% c Carmel ISc Brown Windsor. 10c Glycerine SSo
Lettuce 12}4c Cutlcura 15c William's ShVg-./Oc Luhin's Assrt'd 36c
Ammonia 10c Packer's Tar.. .20c Peau d'Espagne. 16c Heliotrope 45c
Crown Triple Extracts, full IX ounce, glass stopple bottles, all odors,
90c Reduced from $1.25
% Tha testimonials from women In hot Angeles and all through the, west
prove, these facts concerning the cumtive properties of ANITA CREAM: \,
TSJ It removes freckles after all other preparations have failed. (•
if It draws pimples from beneath the skin and removes them. X
* It clears the skin of blackheads and reduces the size of the pores. f
if It. removes every particle of tan and leaves the skin soft and clear. j*>
JJ It clears the skin of all muldlnasts and dlscolsratlons. JSr
£f. It eradicates moth patches and liver mole V
"Tf It builds a linn llesh. B
*J It imparts the complexion of youth. X
» One woman snvs: "The first Jar of Anita Cream, brought oirt all the
JJ Impurities from beneath the skin and made my face look even worse than JT^
£J, before, but the second Jar removed every hit of tan a,ifd eleased my cotn- V
plexlon so completely that 1 am very proud of the result. B_
J "I sent three Jars to my friends In the east, and they are mora than 1^
3 pleased with it. I continue Its use occasionally."
Jf Another say*: "1 have tried everything I know of to remove frecltles, X
J but nothing did it until I used Anita Cream."
•Vf r*f - _ I s a purely medicinal cream
J 9f _« mf which CURBS. It is not a i,
•A AMM 4/1 tJ WjM fjijilf < n '' r ' v ' ,r "P blemishes. It <*
4 •* 7' f works a marvelous transfer- r
rnatlon, and is harmless but thorough. IsjV
4 All Druftftists Sell It k
W or stamp for niToruisitlon to • »•••• - to
Anita Cream Adv. Bureau, V,
34 Phillips Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
An External Tonic' Applied to the Skin
Beautifies it as by Magic.
Thousands havo tried from time imme- ers nt thetr parlors one trial bottlo of their
morial to discoversome efficacious remedy Complexion Tonic absolutely free; and la
for wrinkles and other imperfections of order that thoso who cannot call or who
tho complexion, but none had yet sue- live away from New York may bo beno
cceded until tho Misses Bell, tho now fam- fited, they will send ono bottlo to any od
ous Complexion Specialists, of 7S Fifth dress, all charges prepaid, on the receipt of
Avenue, New York City, offered the pub- 25 rents (stamps or silver) to cover cost of
lie their wonderful Complexion Tonic, packing and delivering. Tho price of this
Tho reason bo many failod to make this wonderful tonic is $1.00 per bottlo, and
discovery before is plain, because they have this liberal offer should be embraced by all.
not followed tho right principle. Bulms, The Mlsnes Bell havo just published
Creams, Lotions, etc., never have a tonks their new book, "Secrets of Beauty."
effect upon the skin, hotice tho failures. This valuable work is free to all desiring
Tbo Misses Bell's Complexion Tonic has it Tlio book treats exhaustively of tho
a most exhilarating effect upon tho cuticle, importance of a good complexion ft tells
a'lsorbing and carrying off all impurities how a woman may acquire beauty and
which the blood by its natural action is keep it. Special chapters on tho care of
constantly forcing to the eurfaco of the tho hair j how to havo luxuriant growth j
skin. It is to the skin what a vitalizing harmless methods of making tho hair pre
tonic is to tho blood and nerves, a kind of serve its natural beauty and color, even to
new life that immediately exhilarates and advanced age. Also Instructions how to
strengthens wherever applied. Its tonic bullish superfluous hair from tho face,
effect is felt almost immediately, and it neck and arms without injury to the skin,
speedily banishes forever from tho skin, This book will be mailed to any address on
freckles, pimples, blackheads, moth request.
patches, wrinkles, liver spoU, roughness, FREE Trial Bottles of Wonderful Com
oillness. eruptions, and discolorattons of plexlon Tonic free at parlors, or 25 cents
any kind. (cost of packing and mailing) to thoso ata
In order that nil may bo benefited by distance,
tbclr Great Discovery, tha Misses 801 l wrtL Corrcepondenoo cordially solicited. Ad
during the prosont month, glvo to all call- dresa ©
THE MISSES BELL, 78 Fifth Aye.. New York Clty-f
11l Crystal Palace
... IS NOW OPEN . . .
Meyterg Bros. 343-345 s. Spring st
We are pre-eminent In Diseases of
Men Only JSCr*
gXH S. IVUIn St., kos Aagelet

xml | txt