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o4nd finish the Woodbury course of business training by 4 early fall.
Los Angelea haa entered upon a marvelous era of progress. Thousands of
young people will be required to help carry on the enormous volume of
business. ' G«t readyl Positions and business openings are youra. It
takes the Woodhuiy force, character, originality and inspiration to bring
out the best that is in you. No Summer Vacation, but student's vaca-
tion made up. April enrollment now active.* Illustrated cotalogue,
addressed in superb handwriting, on'request.
Home 1880 . Main 2305
sgfiMfMfatf&f // «09 S. Hill St.
s *~^ ~* • E. K. Isaacs, Pres.
ay^dEr Inc. niJSINKSS COLLKBE. If
WJWsf w - Seventh. Deautlful hoirm
JMSM surroundings, day and evening
sessions. Call, write, phone.
F. BKOWNBUERGER, Business Mnnsf«r,
The College of Fine Arts U. S. C.
Is at beautiful Uarvanm, I'aliitlng, Bculp-
tore. Designing, Illustrating. Architectural
Drawing, Art Pottery, Metal Work.
; FOR SALE
," - Country Property
ALTADBNA IS i THE PLACE YOU ARE
.. looking tor! located In th» foothllU ad*
Joining Pasadena, It la near «nough the
coast to eflcape the summer heat or the
Interior, and yet high enough to escape
fogs and damp winds; it Is only lltty
minutes' ride by electric cars to Los An-
geles; for beauty of location and mag-
. nlftcent views It is unsurpassed; and, best
of all, property Is cheap ■ and bound to
advance. If considering buying in such a
locality. See X,. M. VKATT, 608 Laughlin
Building. Altadena property a specialty.
BASCM LANDS CHEAP—
Cheap Alfalfa and Wheat Lands.
Southern California Free IVrpotual Wa-
ter Right. Artesian Water for Doratitl'
On t«(t Railroads, low freight rates. Wen
alluvial soil, very level. Price from lIS to
180 per acre. We make two trips a week
. ' to show our lands. Tou had b«tter go
WESTERN COLONIZATION * INy-EST-
MENX CO., 809-811 Herman W. Hellnian
FOR SAL*- ' AC^7 QB>
, ' AN ABUNDANCE OF WATER,
, V AT PRICES RANGING FROM
(300 TO 1 800 AN ACRE.
- O. M. PURCELU
Jl5 SOUTH HILL STREET.
Miscellaneous / ■ ,
FOR SALEt-NEW . SHIPMENT. .OF SANI-
I tary couches, $4.75; all cotton pads for above
' couches, $3.00 (below factory cost); couch
'covers, $1.10; box couch, 12.60; 9x12 rug,
■ room size, |4.8O; 9x12 Brussels rug, J16.50,
worth 118.50; carpet sweepers, 12.25; lace cur-
i tains, 66c pair; portieres, (2.00; rockers, $1.00;
chairs, 60c; stands, $1.00; extension tables,
$s.0l); 62-plcco dinner set, (4.50; 2-burner hot
plate, (3.00; treasure kitchen tables, (3.60.
~ We are selling at factory prices.. Big reduc-
' i tions In all lines. • J. M. OVERELL, 652-664
: South Mala street.
"FOR SALB-L.UMBER, CHEAP. STABLE
- . plank only (13.00 per thousand. Boards, $14.60
per thousand. Good redwood ■ fencing, (13.00
per thousand. Lot of flooring, 122.00 per
; thousand. Lot of nsw porch columns, $1.00
each. Rustic, $22.00 per thousand. Redwood
ceiling, (20.00 per thousand. No. 1 redtvood
boards, 12 to 20 ft. long, (20.00 per thousand.
Shorter lengths. $16.00 per thousand. Uood
redwood posts, 10 and 15 cts. each.
..■■■■■■• 'WHITING'S, 9th and Maple.
WALTER BROS.. C2T 6. SPRING. SANITA3
Wall . cover, 280 yd. ; washable papers, 250
roll; elsewhere 35c to 45c. Good border and
paper for 12-ft. room, (1; equaled nowhere In
the U. 8. All papers. Latest tapestry, two
tones and burlap effects at lowest cash prices.
■ Best paint, $1.50 gal; shingle stain, 75c; barn
- and roof paint. 80c; 7-ft shades, 25c and 35c;
" maiding, 2o ft. Freight paid on out-of-town
orders over $5 If this paper Is mentioned.
1 pianos-allj tou need to pat us is si
when you select your piano, then (6 monthly.
".',- W* won't cbarge you- any Interest. W«
positively guarantee ths j rice we ask to
be the same an asked in New York, Boston
s or Chicago. Remember the old house of
FITZGERALD, when you want a good
/ piano. 113 «. Spring street.
FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND- HAND
all kinds; easy payments. Send for-cata-
■ lone, i BRUNSWICK-BALKB-COLLBN.
PER CO.. 810 H. Broadway. _^
, FOH SALE AT BIG BARGAIN-DOMESTIC
* sewing machine In flrat-class condition; (8.00
takts It, at 958 S. BROADWAY.
FOR? SALE— NEAHLY NEW BROCKWAY
runsbout at bargain. HOME PHONE 1947.
:*.. Hotels and Lodging Houses
$300 BUYS 16-ItOOIM ROOMINO HOI'HK;
- two i years' lease; must be sold. WIL-
BOURN, 453 M B. Broadway, Room 19.
Live Stock— -Horses. Mules, Cattle
FOR BALIS— A FINE FAMILY SURREY
hone; weight 120(> pounds and sound as a dol-
lar) city broke; not afraid of cars, automoblla
or anything else; perfectly gentle iind trusty
for a lady to drive; owner leaving the city.
_41t CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDO.
y . ;,' Furniture
'~~ IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
1 > • V Keal Furniture Bargains,
don't fall to attend
the Speoial Furniture Sal*
now going on ■ •
at S6B South Broadway.
, -j 71 Iron Beds from (i.60 up. •
• 10 elegant Dressers from (5. to up.
- Also big bargains
In Dlninc anil Kitchen Furniture
i..- ■ at »l« SOUTH BROADWAY.
■ FOR EXCHANGE—
(6000— New 8-room home, nitg. (8700, T p»r
(•ent, - and new B-rnnm , votings subject 19
(icon; want clear ranch or horn* In Pomona,
I'dFSileiia. or near-by city.
(IiWO-Mlg. $1860; if lots South Hollywood,
for other property clear; will consider east-
. $16,W0— Orange grove of W acres, small In-
cumbranee of Jisno, for city or esitern, .
■ WM. JN. IIOLWAY, 220 Uraut Uldg.
' FOR EXOIIANOB-MOIJERN 8-ROOM lIOUBI3
on Hobart boulevard, vuluod ut WM): modern
■■room • cottage "ii W. 251h si., valued at
' i (KOI); modern 7-iwin ,muinu, Weitluke dis-
trict, (651W; modriii t)-i(K)in house on N. Hill
' . i »(., S3UUC; modern 8-rooin house at Santa
Monica, $3500. All or any part of tha above
l« exchange for acreage on vlnctrlo car Una
for subdlvUlun. CHAB. t). MANN, 811 W.
,|.-i4thst ■„.-..,.- -.., i , ,
;}, ■% $10,000— Clear, dairy ranrli, twenty-thre*
, »cr*«, tine Improvements, stock, otc, near
Downey. Want city.
• $giioo— Ten Mi-ri's, oranges, nstr Corona.
V Want City yropeity. ||niiii§ Hi mmmmmmmital
E. M. REYNOLDS.
'I*l. 1939. *iU liiuut iluUdlil*.
ECsiNsaa eoM.iwi» is a iaps and r»
(ABIJB SCHOOL. Nlaht sssslons. til W. ID,
■■'■ SOUTHERN CALirOftN/A ' '■■
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF*NQ#TMAND t
&A+ 3 G#ANO AY&, , LOS ANOCLtZS. CALt
Everything you want you will find in
the claßsUied page, a modern encyclo-
Dedla. One cent * word.
YOn EXCHANQB-BY DRN WHITE.
ZOO ranches, 1500 to 1160,000.
100 bouses and lots, iiooo to JEO.ooft,
100 oraaf* and lemon (roves, J2OU* to tit*.'
6000 miscellaneous prnpi-rlln. To bay. imtl
or trad* property go to BEN WHITS, M
Bryiion Clock. M unii Snrlnt ttregf.
FOR SAIiE-FOUn GOLD MININO CLAIMS
In the Virginia Dale district: a v*ry good
allowing; owner not able to develop them on
account of other business rrqulrlhg: his atten-
tion and money; will sell cheap or exchangx
for city or ranch property. 411 CHAMBER
OF 'COMMERCES BLDO.
FOR EXCHANdE-20-ROOM APARTMENT
house for alfalfa ranch or walnut grove; rent-
Inn now for 10 per cent on price anked; a good
Investment! enn I>p yon ted In &p&rtmcnts of
two, thrfic or five rooms. J. A. MORLAN &
CO., 412 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
MAXON WILL KXCHANOE TCUH PROPEft-
ty, any location. Large list to select from.
MAXOIT REALTY CO.. 114-118 Stlm.nn Bld».
BEN WHITE WILL EXCMANOB VOVH
property. 808 BRYBON BLOCK. Second and
Pprinit «t» Member L. A. Realty Hoard.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT ft SMITH.
Old established business. IS paying now
and always haa paid. Clean Stock of goods.
Kverything salable. Located In one of the
best cities t>n the coast. Owner wants to
retire from mercantile pursuits. Price 112,000.
; BASSETT & SMITH.
203!4 So, Broadway. Rooms 207-8.
$300 ONLY $300. ■ \ •
For one of the best offlce buslnenses In
the city ; has cleared more than that In
it month. .Established over 3 yean. .Call
ut once for a bargain. ,
FIDELITY KEAL KSTATK CO..
834 8. Spring Bt. .
FOR BALE— IN ONE OF CALIFORNIA'S
largest cities, an old, well established wall
paper, paint, oil and glass, etc., business;
large stock and good business ; a bargain.
Owner retires on account of 111 health. Ad-
dress W. A. STRONG, 410-11 Henna Bldg.,
122 W. 8d St. "
NO FANCY PRICES FOR BOROBRB. BEST
- goods in U. S. for ths money. Border and
paper for 12-foot room, fl; 7-ft. shades, 26a
and JSo; molding, 2c foot; paper cleaner, 26c;
old English floor Wax, 40o| Banltas, 26c.
Painting reasonable and guaranteed. WAL-
TER BROS.. 627 S. Spring.
FOR SALE— AN ESTABLISHED REAL ES-
tate business, together with- office furniture
and a large list of property; will tell cheap;
owner going out of business; a chance for a
newcomer to putt right Into business. 411
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDO.
FOR SALE—GROCERY STORE AT SAM
Pedro. Will Invoice JMOO; good location;
rent $«5; about fIOO per day business.. NKL-
BON WARD. CbmptOh. Cal.i owner.
f2OO— VEGETABLE ROUTE; 2 HORSfiU,
wagon: guaranteed clearing f25 week. WIL-
BOURN. 458tt B. Broadway, room 19.
f7BO TAKES UP-TO-DATE CANDY FaC^
tory. Retail store worth th» money. WIL-
BOURN, 452V4 8. Broadway, room 18,
$300 CIOAR STAND MUST BE SOLD*.
WILBOURN, 452 ft S. Broadway, Room 19.
$400— CIOAR STAND— A MONEY-MAKER.
WILBOURN, 453H B. Broadway, Room 19.
Mrs. Hugh A. Bain of blivewood ave
nuft entertained a party of friends at
military euchre Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Lawson j Daniels, Mrs. Kntli
ei-lne Taylor and Miss Shearer were
hostesses at a card party Tuesday ev
ening at the Anchorage, where the la
dles are guests for the winter.
Mrs. L. V. Darling entertained at la
dles', bridge , whist at^ her home, on
Arlington avenue, Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. , Jesse Oatman gave a "Dutch
lunch" Monday afternoon at her home,
in Whlttler place, at which covers were
laid for seven.
Mrs. C. R. Stlbbins and Mrs. Frank
Gardner received the. ladles of Aurora
temple Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Ktih
bins' home, on Orange street, in honor
of Mrs. C. N. Woods of Los Angel**
and Mrs. John L. Patterson of Nebraska
James 11. Wilson of West Riverside
and Miss Mary Hrunk were married nt
the Methodist parsonage Wednesday
evening by the pastor, Rev. E. J. In
wood. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will maki
their home at West Riverside, whera
Mr. Wilson has lived nineteen years.
Mrs. Oeorge Freeman of Twelfth
street . entertained her Sunday school
class Thursday afternoon In celebration
of her birthday.
A farewell banquet was given by the
Riverside Blacksmiths' association in
Odd, Fellows' hall Wednesday night In
honor of Chris O'Conner and Frank
Covey, who leave soon for San Fran
TO I-HKIKNT TIIK <JKIP
Laxatlv* Bromo Dulnln*. th« world wide CoH
and Ortp remedy, reinov** the cau*4. - Call
for th« full u»in*> and took f or " signature , «f
IS. W. . Gi'OV*. 360* -
LOB ANOELBB HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, MARCH * 7< 1905,
A number of «u#stK gathered «t the
horn* of Mm. A. A. True on Palm av
enue, tout Bntufdajr afternoon to take
part In the *arh# of sixty-three, their
The members- of the Sixty-Three club
•pent a pleasant afternoon on Wednes
day an the guests of Mr«. W. % Nye
of Ba«e Line, .Besides the club mem
bers, the guests of the afternoon were,
Mrs, Harding and Miss Aline N*e of
Mortrnouth, 111., and Mrs, Pratt of Chi
The Mflnxanltß Card club of East
Highlands, met on Saturday evening at
the home of Mm, Hi Melton, The
chonen game for the evening was
euchre which wan #njoyed by the fol
lowing member*: Mr. and Mrs. l>. 11.
Richardson, Mr. Rnd Mr». J. B. Mer«
rIM, Mr. and Mft. Lewi* Banford, Mr.
And Mrs. Frederick Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. Earnent Wright Treeslar. The
Mltses Grace Tyler, Gertrude , nmn
phrey, settle Benson and Lola Smith.
Messrs. R. C. Campbell, Pratt and
Frank Tyler, Frank Brlggs and Earl
Elaborate preparations were made for
a dancing party at Harlem Springs,
which wa« given by a number of the
younger set on Saturday evening.
About seventy-flve merrjr young peo
Mrs. Charles W. Longmire Jolhed her
mother, Mrs. Maloney, ahd her little
daughter Luclle, at KSrondldo And will
remain about a fortnight.
Highland Lodge No. 211, Knights of
Pythias, Conferred the rank 6f Page
.upon O. B. Lee, last week and will
give him the rank of "Esquire" next
week. Subsequently he will 'be
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baumgafdner
of Coshocton, Ohio, are guests of Mr.
and Mn. Albert Miller. They hope to
make Highland their permanent home.
Mrs. Pratt Of Chicago, 111.,, has been
spending a week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Steams.
Mrs. Harding and MISS Aline Nye of
Monmouth, 111., are visiting at the home
of their relatives Mr. and Mm. W. E.
Nye of Base Line.
Prof. Cowdrey of the state hospital
at ratton, gave a delightful concert
last week for the benefit of the pa
tients at the institution.
Miss Edna Browning of Denver, 111.,
arrived last Sunday and Is a guest of
her uncle J. F. Browning.
W. B. Brooklngs of the Brooklngs
Box" and Lumber : company, returned
Tuesday from San Diego.
Miss Ethel Border has returned to
her home, after a visit to her brother
in Chicago. ;.■ ' ;..' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hough, Mrs. J. E.
Shrewsbury and Mrs. Lollich are spend
ing a few days in Elsinore. '
Mrs. E. A. Meselnger .has returned
from a visit to her mother in Redlands.
W. H. Gard and niece, Miss Mary
Gard, have gone on a visit to Waynee
vllle, O. ■ , .■■•■.
Dr. and Mrs. L. It. MetEger of Santa
Ana are visiting here.
Mrs. Passmore ■ entertained at thft
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Padgham, 65 Linden avenue, Wednes
day evening in honor of Mrs. Austin of
Alamltos and her daughter, Mrs. Rog~
ers, and Mrs. Byrne of San Francisco.
A dance took place at the Riviera
hotel Wednesday oveniiiß. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mis. Charles
Blott, Mr. and Mrs. Snydef, Mrs. Bor
der, Mrs. Lorraine, Mfs. Foster, Mrs.
Day, Mrs. Clem t Misses, Ethel Border,
Edith Border, Evelyn Foster, Fehnel
Lorraine, Nancy Masters, Genevieve
Keith, May Davis, Miss Carr, Miss
Guinn, Miss Barton, MJsS Kltrhmiller,
Miss Lincoln, Miss Wheeler, Miss Faust,
J. W. Blott, T. F. Rice, Roy Trultt, H.
Godfrey, Messrs. Pushee, Bhafer, Fos
ter, Faust, Brown and Desmond.'
POMONA, March 26.— A merry Com
pany of sixteen drove to Abuse Tuesday
evening to visit the Jasmine lodge of
the Order of Eastern Star. A banquet
was served in honor of the official visit
of Mrs. Pnullnii Wettler , Dohrrnan,
worthy grand matron of the grand
chapter O. 15. S. The pafty wag com
posed of Messrs. and Mesdames O. \V.
Fosdlck, W. W. Babcock, H. C. Andfef
f)On, A. 11. Wltman, J. A. Gallup; Mph
dames Maltha V. Dyche, Maurice Lurt
den, Simpson, J. F. Bowen; Misses E. I*
Hoffmaster arid Vlnti Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Ferris enter
tained at dinner oh.WfedHesday evening
at ' Thdrnyc'rof t. . The evening was
passed pleasantly at six-hand euchre
and music, by Miss Bchberriaker. The
guests were Mrs. Ferris and Miss Fer
ris of New York, Mrs. Roberts of Pasa
dena, Mr. and Mrs. Kidney M. Has
kell, Dr. and Mrs. T. Hardy Smith, Mrs.
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Jones and
daughter. Miss SchOemaker. Mrs. Fer
ris and daughter art returning) to th<Mr
home In New York, and will be accom
panied by Miss Katherlne Ferris, who
will remain for some time In the east.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jerman of Mil
waukee are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. Bufßngton,
Benjamin Nichols and sister, Miss
Mary Nichols, oH Bedford, N. it., have
been visiting at the home of Oliver
Clark for the past few days.
Mrs. Katherlne P. Wheat, state su
perintendent of tim contest work of the
Women's Christian Temperance uhlon,
will be present at the next meeting of
the Fourth Ward child Study circle,
which will be. held next Wednesday
afternoon at the Fourth ward school.
Hhe will give an address <m the subject
of "Motherhood as a Profession." .*'■
J. r 1 1. Huriihum and . wife have ; gon«
to Cutalliiu, fur a week's pletisurtt trip.
Mis* HuhtUy of Patadena M* been
visiting the pa*t week With Mf«. Kmtt
P. Bteffa at the ranch home on fiatt
Mr*. B. D. Humphrey of Toronto,
Cahada, Is here for a visit at ths horns
of Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Lee.
Archetaus Price eftpecta to move soon
Mrs. Sarah J. Loop celebrated hef 80th
The young women of the Fraternal
Aid Building arid Improvement com
pany will give a dancing party st Krn
ternnl Aid hall on Tuesday, March 21
The local lodge of Forresters have ap
pointed a committee, consisting of Ben
jamin F. Somers, S. C. Blanker and
J. R. Pratton, to' plan the Forrester*'
participation In the Arbor day exercise*.
Mayor Poston has Issued a proclama
tion, with iinanlmnupi approval nf the
city trustee*, naming Monday, April *,
as a l«>gal holiday In Pomorta for thR
observance of Arbor day. All business
will be suspended between the hours of
2 and 4 ovtisek.
The sorlnl evrnt of the past week WAX
th« St. Patrick's part? ftiv«n by Mr.
and Mn. John Hobbs and C. C. West
Friday evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Hobbs on Central avenue.
The decorations were white and green
and consisted of lilies, marguerites and
gmllaX. Each guest Wore something
symbolic of the name of a Imok. J.
Arthur Logan received a prlue "Auld
Lilcht Tales," for guessing the largest
number of titles of books as represent*
ed by the guests.' Edgar 8. Ayres re
ceived the' booby prize. Progressive
games were enjoyed, Mrs. W. A.
Thompson receiving the capital prize.
Mrs. J. B. Brown and Mrs. V. R.
Bear contributed much to the even-
Ing's amusement by rendering a num
ber of vocal duets and- solos. Mrs.
Hobbs was assisted by Mrs. J. Arthur
Logan and Miss Grace Kapsus. Those
entertained were Messrs. and Mines.
A. W. Collins, F. R. Bear, J. B. Brown,
H. H. Davenport, W. O. Borthlokl W.
H. Bullls, Edgar S, Ayres, F. I, Marsh,
J. A. Logan and J. B. Webster, Mmes.
W. A. Thompson, D. H. Imler, L. C.
Rice and Susie Miller, Misses Lillian
Browne, Mildred Ayres and Cora Hick
man, Stella Bnyder and O. P. Snyder.
Miss Evalena Ayres entertained a
coterie of friends Friday evening with
a soiree at her home and was assisted
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ayres. Mlm
Ayres' guests included Mr. and Mrs. S.
Q. Biddle, Misses Edna Ballantyne and
Fannie Marple, Messrs. Joseph Marple
and Albert Marple.
Misses Ellen and Amaretta. Sharp
entertained with a dinner party Satur
day evening complimentary to thnlr
father, Samuel Sharp, who celebrated
his eighty-second birthday.
Miss Florence Wilbur Is the guest of
her sißter, Mrs. Charles Pate, at her
ranch home in La Canada.
. W. J. .Morris, who has been spending
the winter with his daughter, Mrs. C.
R. Carmack, returned .to. his home In
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Plxley went to
San Diego with some eastern friends
on Saturday for a few days' visit.
Rev.* A. N. Glover, pastor of the
Christian church, has returned from
Burbank . and will occupy his pulpit
on Sunday. • v
Mr. and Mrs.. E. Oilman have had
as their guests during the week, two Of
Mr. Oilman's sisters, Mrs. Creci.it and
Miss Elfle, Oilman both of Los Ange
Mrs. J.* A, Woolsey has been enter
taining her sister Mrs. Jarvls and two
daughters of Victoria, 111. ,
Victor Button arrived at his home in
West Orange on Saturday for a
months' vacation.. He has. been ab
sent from home over a year in Nevada,
Utah and Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan re
turned to San Bernardino Monday
after ft brief visit with relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Morgan.
The Villa Park Dramatic company
are making preparations to present the
four act drama, "Down in Dixie," on
Friday evening In the Villa Park hall.
Mrs. D. F. Campbell has with her
Mrs. William Cline, her aunt, of Peorla,
111., who will make an extended visit
in Southern California. .
J. H. Rorick of Cherryvllle, Kan., is
visiting at the home of his father, W.
R. Roriok, on Centre street.
Mrs. Frances Holden of Santa Ana
has acepted a position as Instructor in
the summer school at Denver, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop have sold their
home In the foothills and have moved
Into Orange. <
Mono Embody came down from Eafct
Highlands on Monday for a short visit
with his parents here.
j Miss Margaret Holdlck of Villa Park
has gone to the Needles for a two
month's stay 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beales and family
«nd,Ml»s Lydla* Webster, left Sunday
for an extended visit with relatives at
Corona. " '.' \Y: : i
The event of the .week was the ball
given Thursday evening- at Elks' hall
by the young ladles of the Delta Phi
Delta sorority. Misses Lillian Harrln
ton, Paula MacOlhbcm and Llewellyn
Jones presided at the punch bowl. The
chaperones wefe Mm. jA. D. Bedford,
Mrs. IHi ncAii of Mai to. Mm. B. C.
Moore, Mrs. Oscar Newburjr, Mrs. 11.
11. Ham. Mrs. M. Kramer, Mrs. C. 11.
Tyler. A number of young- people were
present from Redlands.
A Schubert program .In charge jof
Miss Sargent wan the treat enjoyed by
the ladles of the Woman* club Wednes
day afternoon. The program of
Bchubert songs given included ' "Mar
garet at Her Hplnnln* Wheel, "Suleika'n
Honir," "in t he lied of the Evening,"
"The Almighty," "Love's Message,"
'•The Counterfeit,", "The Oarrler
Pigeon." Current events were given by
Mm. F. F. Oster, Mr«. t,. Fagberir, Mri.
ft. C, Harblion ami Miss Mary Barton.
The club i« camtflettclng preparation*
for the entertainment of th# Woman*
parliament, May 2 and ft. Mrs. K«nry
Ooodcett, county vice president; Mrs.
R At Brortks of Cotton, county MOftfcj
tary, and Mm. F. P. McQehe« and Mr*.
Thnm.iH Hndden ronntitute the com
rfiltte« Art arrangement*. Mrs. U. V,
Garner la chairman of the honpUallty
cbmmltt##, Mr*. J, r. Butler of the
rnuulo roimnltfpp, Mr*. R, «'. Harbison
of decora tlonn, Mrs. (J. N. CMsh of u*h
er«, and Mr*. V. I}. McGehee of recep
A farewell surprise reception was
given Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mr. and Mr*, J, W. Barton In honor
of Mr. and Mr*. George Stephen*,
Georga Btephen*, Jr., atid Ml** Lillian
Staple*, whft expect *oon to leave for
their former home In Canada to reside.
Mr. Stephen* I* the chief of the San
Bernardino fire department. A targe
number of their friend* were, present,
being confined largely to the member*
of tho "Lost Heir" club.
Rev. and Mr*. E. X, Holden of the
First Congregational Sunday school
Thursday evening entertained at their
home the member* of their Sunday
school Classes, the 'company of young
peopla enjoying ; their hospitality In
game* and other diversion* until a
j Mrs. William Lang of 821 First street
announoe* the engagement of her
daughter, Mis* Kathryn ' 11. Lang, to
Roy D. Beckwlth of Los Angeles. The
wedding will occur In the early spring.
The marriage of Mlm Annie a. 2
Smith, one of the best known young &
society ladle* of this city, occurred |
Thursday In Los Angeles to Paul W. f
Lisle of that city, and came as quite %
a surprise to her friends here. The g
groom was formerly a resident of this »
city. U j s:\YrVy '■ , -^ I
The marriage of Miss Blanche Knight
of lowa and ' Robert Syer Of this city
occurred Monday evening, Rev. E. K.
Holden officiating. The groom is ad
vertising' manager of the San Bernard
ino Sun, while the bride la not unknown
here, having spent last summer at
Coronado and In this city with friends.
She made the trip all the way from
her lowa home here for the wedding.
They Will reside In this city.
Miss Helen Nltlever was the guest
of honor at the home of Mrs. Walter
Johnson Tuesday afternoon. The party
was given 'as a farewell before ' she
leaves for Orange county, where she
will make hfir home. Progressive "five
hundred'! Was the game of the occa
sion. Miss Cora McGoniglc -won the
first price, a dainty cup and saucer.
Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Turner gave a party at the
Hotel Anacapa In honor of Miss Belva
Wright, Bister of Mrs. Turner. Dur
ing the evening the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Wright to Mr.
Roy C. Hanna of Santa Barbara -was
The Ladles' Aid society of the Con
gregational church gave a party at the
home of Mrs. Charles, Williams on Oak
street Thursday. The occasion was in
honor of Mrs". C. G. Pinney, a member
of the society, whose engagement to
Colonel- Breckenrldge Allen of Ken
tucky has been announced.
Miss Minnie. Jones and coualn. Miss
Lena Jones, left Thursday for a trip
to the city of Mexico and other points
In Old Mexico.
Mrs. Otis T. Whitney entertained a
party of young ladles at her home on
Oak street Tuesday afternooh, Irt honor
of her sister-in-law, Mis* Mildred Whit-
Ing of Long Beach.
. Miss Tinta Buckingham of Santa Ana
Is Visiting the Misses Lena and Mary
Packard this week.
Mrs. Carrie Logan, who has been
visiting relatives in Ventura for the
past two months, has returned, to her
home In St. Joseph, Mo.
Mlda Daisy and Vanita Norrls were
visiting friends and relatives in Ox
nard this week.
James S. Blackstock, wife and son
went to Los Angeles on Thursday,
where they will spend a few days.
Miss Lily Dosta of Inglewood is pay
ing A visit to her slater, Mrs. James
ttußsell, at North. Manhattan.
Miss lone Vogel of Los Angeles is
spending a month at North Manhattan
Beach as the guest of Mrs. O. L. Plow
The recent unusually active tides
have strewn this beach with a goodly
supply of moonstones,' and
the leisure hours' of local resldenters
are occupied largely in the accumula
tion of these geological trophies.
I The h6uses at this beach that huvo
been lying Idle through the winter
months are rapidly being tenanted, and
If present indications go for aught the
beach "season" is being crowded s6me
what In this glorious year of 1905, and
the outlook Is that vacant rooms and
housed will soon be above par.
Mrs. S. B. Hogue entertained about
fifty women at her home on Tuesday
afternoon In honor, of her guest, Mlsa
Le Nols of Los Angeles. The time was
pleasantly spent with flinch and five
hundred, also. Instrumental music by
Miss Test of Indiana, a friend of Mrs.
Raschlg. First prize In flinch was won
by Mrs. a., XV. Faulkner; first prize In
five hundred by Miss Btowell.
D. A. Webster returned from Los
Angeles and Long Beach on Monday,
v.'hlch places he visited on business.
The Misses Reed of Los Angeles ar«
visiting their sister, Mrs. Qreenough.
Miss Nell Naugle returned Wednes
day from a visit In Santa Monica.
Bit* of California 1o tski> back east—
artlstlo plolures of old mission.-— souvenir
postcards— vl«w hook! of local • K«n»ry.
Tourist, mad* »H»m», Vl.lt our art nai
lery. Sanborn. Vail * «'o , 557 S. llioadwuy
If you '- waot to .to u>l, «). Ha/dork,
A(*nt Illinois CtutrsT X..M.. IS* 8. £v<'io*<
Come down to the Herald
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Squirrels,— — - — —• /
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One of the most magnificent properties in this locality. Size
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lots in the Tract We paid -$ll OO for this property* and we/
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How to Get It
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to the cage in plain sight, which registers, the exact number
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It belongs to you if you are a good guesser. In the
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