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Tftrbell got the first prise In the guess
ing contest and Mr«. Jay Tarbell the
Indus' first prize. The ladles' first prize
inthfl card games was won by Miss
Secona Bchmldeberg. Mrs. H. ti. Tracy
got .second. Consolation went to Mrs.
Jty'i Tarbell. Gentleman's first prize
wsb won by Jay' Tarbell, second by
Earl Tarbell. Mr. Hugh Johnson got
the, consolation. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tracy, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. IJ,
V. f aulßon, Mr. and Mrs. Todd, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Tnrbell, Mrs. George
llolmnn, Mrs. J. A. Russell, Mrs. A.
tinphiim, Miss Clara Olsen, Miss Anona
Bell, Mies Lizzie Webb, Miss Lillla
Webb, Becona SchmMebleg, Mr. Geonr*
Porter, Mr. T. Bell, Mr. Tom More, Mr.
William J. Todd, Mr. Ed Todd, Mr.
E»rl Tftrbell, Mr. Arthur Tarbell.
Mutual Benefit Club
The. members of the Mutual Benefit
club entertained their husbands and
friends on the evening of January 6 at
the,] home of Mrs. Newton, 800 East
Twenty-third street. The first part of
the evening was spent in playing pro
gressive whist. First prizes were
awarded 'to Mrs. Huston and Mr.
Hughes, the consolation prizes to Mrs.
Christ man and Mr. Patterson. Lunch
was served after which the guests par
tlcbipated In a spelling contest, Mr.
Patterson winning the prize, a hand
painted picture, the work of Mrs. New
ton. ,
During the evening several instru
mental selections were rendered by Miss
Fay Easton. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Rawson, Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Wer
ahaar, Mr. and Mrs. Christman, Mr.
and Mrs. Patterson, Mmes. M. Christ
man, ; Harlin, Garrett and. Easton,
Misses Lewart, Easton, Baldwin and
Christman, Messrs. Newton, Patterson
Ireland, Garrett, Rawson, Garrett and
Butterfly Whist Club
The Butterfly Whist club members
were entertained on Tuesday afternoon
by Mrs. Blakesley at her home, No. 3000
Vermont avenue, .t: '
'. Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: President, Mrs.
Danzlger, vice-president, Mrs. Gould;
secretary, Mrs. F. T. Richardson; treas
urer, Mrs. H. Depew Johnson.
"Following the election the club pre
sented Mrs. Danziger with a burned
leather sofa pillow as a token of appre
ciation of her services to the club for
the. past year.
I The home of the hostess was prettily
decorated and the score cards were of
attractive hand. work. Refreshments
were served. : -v.
'The first prize was awarded to Mrs.
Minot, the second to Mrs. Lyke and
consolation to Mrs. Stone.
t'The club will meet on Tuesday, Jan
uary-"24,'-with Mrs. Conn '-at -No. 250
South Flower street.
Dinner and Dance
One of the happiest events on last
week's social calender was the. dinner
followed by a dance given by George
E. ;ilart and Walter 8.- Brush of the
Hotel Pepper. j* .
5 Color";^ schemes .In ■ carnation . and
plumosa' ferns were carried out in the
perfectly appointed dining j room and
the"' menu included the season's choic
est!; viands. ' Covers were laid at the
host's tables for about a dozen invited
guests. An" orchestra played during
the dinner arid throughout the even-
Ing" for the dance held" in the dining
room, which had been transformed into
an ideal ball room. A good-sized com
pany, danced until near midnight,
varying the gayetles with, an' Im
promptu '• musical. Lawrence Holmes
also entertained the appreciative audi
ence with one of his inimitable recita
Installation of Officers
Los Angeles lodge No. 1, Modern
Workman fraternity, installed the fol
lowing officers Thursday evening, Jan
uary 13: president, Catherine C. Way;
vice-president, Dr. F. F. Howenstine;
secretary, Winifred B. Rogers; treas
urer, H. H. Allen; chf plain, Hilda M.
Gray; guide, L. Allen; [master at arms,
'Nellie Eager; guard, [Susan Sumners:
sentinel, John MurphA physicians, H.
B. B. Montgomery andjpurtis M. Beebe;
musician. Addle i Rffnsay; trustees,
| Walpole Wood and Mrs. C. Counter.
■ After thj^fnstallation ceremonies were
- concluded, a banquet \ was served and
speeches made' by many of the officers.
.Visitors were present from other lodges
'{ of the order and a general good time
i was enjoyed.
i ■ • ■ •■•■'• _.■..■•
Poinsettia Whist Club
Mrs. C. S. Goodrich was hostess at
a pleasant meeting . of ' the Poinsettia
Whist club Thursday afternoon at her
home, 1964 Estrella avenue. ' The rooms
were brilliant with poinsettia and after
cards dainty refreshments were served.
Mrs. G. P. Rubsch and Mrs. Lee Thuv
ber received the first prizes and Mrs,
W.iTrltt and ' Mrs. H. Bourne won the
consolations. Those present wers
Mrries. W. R. Pattersen, K. M. Morri
son^ C. Meder, H. Kennedy, W. J.
Klngewell," Lee Thurber, G. S. Jones,
H. Bourne, J. La Gore, A. G. Dlckson,
W.jTrltt, C. Clark, H. Seeger, C. Kel
log?, G. It. . Rubsch 4 and Miss Susan
Nlckell. /
Reception and Dancing Party
At the home of Miss Florence Allen
of 1135 South Hill street young women
of the A-ll class of the Los Angeles
high school gave a reception and
dancing party Friday evening for young
men ' of the class. In the scarlet and
green color scheme with which the
house was decorated, poinsettlas ami
smllax appeared to advantage. The re
ception hours were from 8 to 9 o'clock,
after which games were enjoyed and
refreshments served. Dancing, , for
which violin and piano muslo was pro
vided, engaged the attention of the
guests the remainder of the evening.
: Those present were the Misses Edna
Ad cock, hotline Ross, Josephine Green,
Hilda Manning, ISdllli Myers, Hazel
Rosenberg, Donna Hubbard, Georgia
Weldoii, • Inez . McOlellun, Johnson
Noriime 1 Graves, Lenora Montgomery,
Mabel Kirk, . Bell, Lawrence, Ballou,
Rosetta Polaski,: Adsat, ; May Davis,
Irene . Bullfinch, c Reavis," Czars, Gee,
Barnes, Norrls,' Hatch, Qrifflth, Pran
ces Burkhalter, ' Osa , Copelan, Sua
Hunter, Florlne : Hellman, Louise Lyle,
Althea Sayler, Clar-abell Gordon, Hed
enberg, ' King, ' Macgorey,'; Forrest,
Freebe, •. Perkins -and • Messrs. Forrest
Ackley, Gilbert Case,' Rolla F. Bram
mer, Louis FelfehthaV Lester iFlnlay,
Paul Isaacs,') P.: Edward Mayhew, Qtto
Melver, • \ Howard, j Fred '. Wilkinson,
Harry . .Wyatt, Marvin ; . Yerrlngton,
Koester Broughton,- Sterling Pierce,
Samuel Day, Morton ... Albee, ■ Charles
Culver, Wycliff Mathews, Thurman
Debolt, Merle Johnson, Selph, Brook
man,- Walter- Schroeder, < Horace Bon
nell, Frank - Kldder, . Raymond Lyons,
Paul Ogilvie,. Robert -Merrlli, , Henry
Brown, John Donnell, Robert Tener and
Leroy Hamman.- Miss Catharine Carr,
Miss Bertha Oliver,. Mr.- McTherron and
Mr. Ray.G.' Van Cleve chaperoned the
party. SJ -', ' . ;:, ; ...
Miss Coleman's Concert
A happy combination of musical and
society folks will meet at'Cumnock hall
next Wednesday .evening, the occasion
being -the first ■ In r. the series of Miss
Alice Coleman's three chamber con
certs. „ The ' patronesses will be Mme.
Caroline Severance, Mrs.- George Cas
well, Mrs. Kate Tupper Galpin, Mrs.
John McCoy, . Mrs. John J. Byrne, Mrs.
William Spencer Derby, Mrs. Merrill M.
Grigg,' Mrs.' Herbert Cutler Brown, Mrs.
J. D. Hooker,. Mrs. F. W." King, Mrs.
Eugene iT. Pettlgrew. and ■ Mrs. J. A.
Henderson. 'Ki-i .'/,*,
Miss "Coleman as pianist will be as
sisted by ■ the ; Krauss string quartet,
composed . of . Arnold Krauss, ' first vio
lin; A.Lowinsky, second violin;. F. R.
Wismer, viola,' and L. Opid, 1 violoncello.
The soloist for the first concert will
be Mrs. Catharine . Collette, soprano,
an old favorite recently returned from
Paris with fresh laurels and fresh
songs. This is the program for Wed
nesday: •-.
String quartet In G minor, op. 4 (Ar
thur Foote) ; Allegro Appassianato,
Scherzo, Andante con moto, Molto Alle
Songs — ■ "Wiegenlied" (Richard
Strauss); "Au Prlntemps". (Gounod);
"Who Is Sylvia?" ( (Schubert), Mrs.
Catherine Collette. ' .: '. ■•:.• :v: v -
Piano quintet In' E minor f (Christian
Slnding), . Allegro, | Andante, Intermez
zo, Allegro Vivace. ' . •■ .
Engagement' Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacoby of 156
West Pico street announce v the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Etta
Jacoby, to Morse Silver, a prominent
wholesale' merchant ,of ■ New York.
Miss Jacoby, : who with " her parents
and grandfather, Rabbi A. W. Edel
man, is now traveling in the east, is
a young woman of charming personal
ity and a talented musician. Her
beautiful soprano voice has been much
admired, and a few months • ago she
was offered a position as soloist in one
of the Jewish ,: churches in Chicago,
which she, however, refused, preferring
to remain at home No date has yet
been chosen j for'; the marriage.
At the Seaside
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Featherstone, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Desmond, Mr. and Mrs.
H. li. Vernon arid F. S. Rowan of Los
Angeles are guests -at Hotel Arcadia,
Santa Monica, j Others who now are
visiting the popular resort are: Mrs.
M. ' C. , Becker ; and daughter, ■ Mr. and
Mrs. A. Loud,' Mr." 1 and Mrs. J. "B.
Burke, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Kelsey,
Mrs. H. Elsom and J, B. Williams of
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wood,
Dr. D. L. Bliss, Jr., W.O. Bliss* and
Miss .Bliss, Miss 10. M. i Warren, Miss
F. J, Stewart and Miss Plttsover of San
Francisco; Miss F. M. Alexander and
Miss Whittuker of New York: Mrs. Eva
A. Nessmllh . and K. K. Webster of
Pusadena; Mi', and Mrs. A. W. Ster
ritt of Tacoma, Mr, and i Mrs. J. K.
Kagan of Minneapolis, - Mr. and < Mrs.
George Hower of Kentucky,' Scott Hud
son of Lexington, .Ky.jMrs. 8. F. Car
Local Committee Arranging for En.
tertalnment of Guests— lnter.
ettlng Program It
Promised .
The local board, comprised of chair
men of committees, consisting of-Vari
ous prominent club women, Is working
earnestly In view of the coming of the
fourth annual meeting of the Califor
nia Federation 1 of Women's Clubs in
this city, February 7, 8 and 9. Kvery
Thursday morning In the Ruskln Art
rooms in the Blanchard building re
ports are made and plans matured as
rapidly as possible for the entertain
ment of the coming guests.
The meetings of the federation will
be held In the Woman's club house on
Flgueroa street and all are agreed that
the auditorium Is far too small, but It
seemed to be the best available place
and It has many advantages over some
of the larger halls that might be se
cured, because of cozy reception rooms
and dining-room facilities.
A lunch will be served each day In
the dining room on the second floor
by Mrs, Sophia Frank and this ar
rangement Is a -very convenient and
pleasant one from both a social and
business standpoint.
The program Is under the direction
of Mrs. J. W. Orr of San Francisco as
chairman with Mrs. W. J. Washburn
of this city as a local member of the
All the good things to be presented
are not as yet ready for a complete
announcement, but the following is a
list of some of the speakers and the
topics: Mrs. Robert T. Devlin of Sac
ramento will speak on "Portfolio Pos
sibilities;" Mrs. J. 13. Hughes, Fresno,
on "How to Foster Club Organization;"
Mrs. Emma M. Greenleaf on "Califor
nia Old and New;" Mrs. Mary E. Buss
of Bakersfield and ( Mrs. A. E. Osborn of
San Jose will present from the view
point of district vice presidents the
question "Obligations of Vlce-Presi
dent: to the Clubs of Her District."
Other speakers are: Mrs. Charles
Woodbury, Oakland; Mrs. F. W. Gor
ham, Vallejo; Mrs. George Barnes Bird,
Alameda; Mrs. Victor Montgomery,
Santa Ana; Mrs. Eliza Tupper Wllkes,
Los Angeles; Mrs. Kate Tupper Gal
pin, Los. Angeles; Mrs. Adams Fisher,
Los Angeles; Mrs. Alice May Davidson,
Hollywood; Mrs. Wllloughby Rodman,
Los Angeles'; Dr. Myra Knox, Oakland;
Mrs. E. 1 L. Baldwin, San Francisco;
Miss Kate Whltaker, San Francisco.
- Miss Whitaker's . topic will treat, of
domestic : science," of which . she ;is an
Instructor In the schools of San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Robert Devlin, who is on
the list of speakers, Is president of the
Woman's council of Sacramento, which
la organized along the lines of civic
improvement.., ■
The program for the last evening is
to be an address by Austin Lewis of
San j Francisco, | who will speak on
"George Bernard Shaw, Writer and
Progressionist." At the social - recep
tion, which is always made one of the
features of the federation, an enter
tainment will be 'given consisting of^
Spanish dances and music and the
decorations of the auditorium will be
in the Spanish colors.
penter of I Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Dudley, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell,
Miss Ballinger and Miss Cooper of
Denver. 'i?'; V,;>; ';■„' '\'
Jolly Girls Club
Miss Daisy Russell, whose engage
ment to Charles Brown has been
announced, was guest of honor at a
package shower given by . members of
the Jolly Girls' clud Thursday after
noon, at the home of Mrs. Will Brown
of Dayton Heights. Early in the after
noon luncheon was served from small
tables, and this was followed by the
presentation to Miss Russell of many
pretty and useful gifts. Mrs. Frank
Tyler of 1819 Oxford avenue will be at
home Thursday afternoon, January 26,
to members of the club, who include
Mesdames T. Blame Russell, John D.
Marsh, James Brown, Carl Miller, Ed
ward Borgmeyer and Miss Ruth An
derson. ,:'■■ ■:,'-. : . v
Chafing Dish Supper
Miss Florence Whelan of 948 West
Thirtieth street entertained with a
card party . and chafing dish supper
last evening, having as her guests the
Misses Alice At well, Grace Nadeau,
Stella Nadeau, Alma Bradley, Fannie
Wartelle, Dr. H. C Mathls and Messrs.
L. Slosson, Lloyd Collins, Carroll King
If, made with Rumf ord Baking Powder can
be eaten without the discomfort that so often
follows when made with cream of tartar or
alum powders. There is no other baking
powder like
RUMFORD the Wholesome Powder.
30 ««nts 15 cents
pound oan. half pound oan.
- •>> . . . . - .
7-TT~T~rr^ Only a Few Days
Bird's-Eye Maple, Mahogany or »/ %/
Otik Dressers - —
Brass and Iron Beds ••••••••
Parlor Cabinets Ladies' Desks 411 if /t» OU ___
Parlor Stands | All JVIUSt Be Sold
/^ r .x c 212-214 West Sixth Street. Bet. Spring and Broadway
Body Brussels Rugs 25 PER CENT 25
Axminster Rugs
Velvet and Brussels Carpets Discount on Every Piece of Furniture in
Matting Linoleum o Qfnre
Everything for the Floor V * Jur Olore
♦^♦♦♦^^♦♦♦^♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦Tn sees cc Our Prices on Carpets— Biggest Cut Yet
and Bob Varlel. The dining room
where supper was served was deco
rated elaborately with asparagus plu
mosus and polnsettlas, the flowers be
ing banked on the sideboard and ar
ranged In pleasang design In the center
of the table. Place cards ornamented
with hand-painted sketches of poln
settlas were used, these being the work
of the hostess' sister, Miss Blanche
Whelan. Large red hearts' with gilt
edges served as score cards, the scores
being kept with tiny firecrackers, gold
healts and bells. The first prize for
women guests was a cut glass dish,
while an embroidered sofa pillow cover
was awarded as prize for the men's
highest score.
Whist Party
Mrs. Z. L. Grover of 628 South Bur
lington avenue gave a whist party in
honor" of the Sunshine society Friday
afternoon, her home having been deco
rated -with a profusion of red and white
carnations and asparagus plumosus for
the occasion. Scores for the games
were kept on cards ornamented with
India ink sketches and a handsome
plate and Jeweled hatpin were awarded
as prizes. The guest list Included
Mines. William W. McLeod. J. S.
Kanst, W. E. Prltchard, S. S. Atwood,
Lulu Crawford, J. H. Phillips, Ford,
Nichols, Jasper, Powell, Crandall, Co
vert; Ralph Ham, C. A. Miner, Wine
but," Fowler, Stone, J. B. " Brackett,
Rose, Morgan, G. H. Macginnis, E. S.
Glogue, H. G. Dent, E. Olcovitch, A.
J. Waters, A. C. Moore, C. B. Dlckson,
F. L. Skelllnger, William' E. Brewster-
Smlth and Miss Tillie McAuley.
Children's Fairy Play
[' "White Magic,",' a ■ children's ' fairy
[play, was given at Cumnock hall yes
terday" afternoon by members of the
children's department of the school, and
in • response •• to the 600 invitations is
sued many guests attended. Those who
assumed the different roles were Clella
Van Pelt, Margurita Shearer, ! Rita
Morres, Esther Love, Ellen Galpin, Eu
nice Arenz, John Rollins, Murray Vos
burg and Arthur Chapman. At the con
clusion of the performance the Juniors
presented "Ah Afternoon Rehearsal" In
compliment of the children's depart
ment, the cast of characters for which
was taken by Mrs. Eva Savage, Misses
Mabel Bamer, Eleanor Beterlng,
Frances Parker, Roena Walters and
Florence Wood.
Several Bright Affairs
The guests of j the Hotel I Westlake
enjoyed several social functions during
the week. On Tuesday morning Mrs.
J. K. Wilson won the prize j at the
Tuesday Morning whist club of the ho
tel. On Thursday evening six-hand
euchre was enjoyed, at which Mrs. J.
Estell and Miss L. Beatty won the
prizes. Following the games elaborate
refreshments were served In the dining
room. On Friday evening the guests
were entertained with music by min
Highland Park Ebell
The .Highland Park Ebell club held
an especially delightful session last
Tuesday morning. Mrs. Greenleaf lec
tured on "California Missions." The
meeting was held In the assembly
room of the new Occidental college
building, the faculty and students of
the college being guestsof the club.
A quiet wedding was celebrated at
St. John's church, Thursday, when
Miss Fay Campbell of Pomona was
united in marriage to James Webster
of this .city. Rev. L. B. Ritfgely, rector
This connon I* AS GOOD AS CASH. It Is
worth IB cents to you. Ws want you to
' know that we sell the regular 7Bc to $1 Ib.
teas at 6S cents a pound. Therefore we offer
the following Inducement: Present this cou-
1 pon (or advertisement) at our store, 217
Mercantile Place, this week, and purchase
one pound of our best Plantation Blend Cof-
fee at 35 cents, and we will give you
The above offer good until Saturday, Jan. 21,
• '. At
' Home Phone 8577. 217 Mercantile Place.
Coffees Iloaalcd Every Hour.
Do we take much space to talk about
our harness. It is made by the best
makers la the United States, and talks
' for itself wherever seen. Just now we
have some special styles, richly stitch-
• ed, beautifully finished and trimmed,
l and our prices are surprisingly low
for the quality.
I Mrs. Ida Hill Pe-co's I
T 'J; 203 Mercantile Place . f
■ ♦ Class Ticket reads: 12 lessons, T
% Including 12 informals and 5 T
X private : lessons, $6.00. Private A
S instruction given dally j before &
$ entering class If pupils so desire. ♦
T Nights: Tuesday, Thursday and g
X Saturday. Social dances Tues- X
Z day and Saturday, ■ ' ■ '-''Vw
♦ . Hall for rent for dancing par- &
ties and clubs. t
BUjMSBfBk I" positively the only vl-
: IMSf/£Mfflm bratory methrd used In
ObwHl uny t "" ct parlor In this
TjVißffirH city. It is not an elec-
vlfMndtll tiicul treatment, electrlc-
IJIsSBBM lty belne employe only
InwK'l as a ma "'i' ulu " n X niedi-
iffffngfJl Without a Rjivall
fIHIHI It Is restful, rejuvenat-
HSn^H'i'l me and *>niutlfylnK. I(
OufJIDEVD rebuilds broken duwn tl»-
BUfjMPKM sues, restores last con-
BLMBinH tour to the face, and lm-
EkH&\(S9 paits a healthful, youth-
EBBVUnH * ul flow ta tlie tioniplox-
mnKSSS ion °
Hartmsn's Toilet Parlors
ImW 338 S. Broadway
#fi?Bl Homo IMionu 8130. I
•nfwljlsl Open until 9 o'clock
B\J?jJM Thursday tvenlngs.
Buy Furniture in Car Lots
And oan sell consequently cheaper than any
opposition. I carry a largo stock of Barbers'.
Walters 1 and Butchers 1 , Coatau AUo Butchers'.
Walters' and Dish Washvrs' Aprons. Union
Label Goods. Shaving Outfits, . Safety . Raior
and the Falm Razor (Ib* btst la Urn world for
13.00 each).
Tho best grlndlne don* In tht city.
!«,« InAnni* 331 Towoe Aveou*
J os. J aeger us A.,ck«. c«i
PART; 111.
■g^^lf Dr. '
1 &TM I 316 South
111 1 Bpp>^^yfB|^ // Opposite Coulter
\ lliif^HlfliM3»/ 1 Dry Goods store
\\Qjf&^^WffiJll Owing to the purchase ofv
V\ Jit the entire building by the
y^ //J Broadway Department'
/^v^s^ Store, it necessitates my -
' X^^^^rg^ removal. I have fitted up
\^>» 2}jy^ ; new and complete offices
throughout, where I will continue my thorough and
reliable method of treatment.
My Methods Are Not
Secret Methods.....
They are right and obtained the right way. This is why I
never treat by mail or any means of guessing. I must see and
know, and you may know what you can depend upon. I make
definite claims for my treatment and manner of application, ;
which are not in common use and are the most effective known.'
Dr. Morton
316 South Broadway
• v . - • *^
January 23d
On Monday, ■ January 23, a special excursion to th«.
Grand Canyon of Arizona will be run. • '
Tickets will be good on the California Limited or • ;
any of our three daily overland trains.
Using the Limited you land at the Canyon next
afternoon at 4- The new hotel, "El Tovar," is Just
opened and the round trip excursion rate has been
put at the attractive figure of ' , . „;._,.--
Ask at 200 8. Spring street or any Santa Fe agent In-
Southern California. ■
, — :
For Best Results^ .
Try a Hkdld Want Ad— Sure Winner

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