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n«ur: •fI«Jf«BB,,R«T. 3. C»bnll«rU;
ewnedr, "I* Mftic*.">Bon« ot Motita
infna; "La J»alom»," Mia Qrac« Lar
*l«O*» ."Htifino EupMMl," Hogar F«H*
Children; "Las JUUs," J. Ouaman, T.
Herrennnd I. BarUa; "Hlmno Mcxi-
r c«no, M Hogar Felli Children song, Mi«m
Ida Larleux; Am«rlCAn national hymn.
Old Time Concert
A picturesque entertainment of Prl
d»r evening wai the old-time concert
{given at Plymouth Congregational
!c hurch. ' Th« nnffltiiri of an Interentlng
prOfram included! "Strike ye Cymbal"
(by all y« men and wlmmen singera),
"Mr Orandmother'g Advice" (ftn emo
tional pl*ce)> by Katharine Dorf ;
I"Proplurndo Basso" (an acting piece by
two young wlmmen); "Flower Girl
Bong," by Prlscllla. Klndheart; "Th«
Flag Song" (a yerry worldlle piece),
"The ' Celestial's Reading Lesson," "A
Ramarkable Metamorpnosla" (three
young maidens becoming Bplnsters be
fore 1 your, very face and eyes), "Pro
fessor'at Home" (where the tax col
l«ctor makes for himself an odious
: 'reputation and b«cau«e of whom Annie,
lt - tht maid, hath rift end of trouble).
f< 'AngeUnos to Go Traveling
"'Angelenos who will leave Thursday
via the Salt Lake route for Yellowstone
park and Portland exposition with the
Graf ton party, are: Nlles Pease, Miss
' Jeftsle P«*m, Miss Annie Pease, Miss
*,iKate McCarthy, Miss Florence McCar
"thjr, Miss Edith B. Spencer, Miss Tsabel
, WolfiklU. Miss It Wolfskttl, Mr. and
,Jlrs.."j. R. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Hamilton. Mrs. B. D. Butler, Mrs. H. A.
Mitchell.- Mr. and Mrs. W. a Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Arnold, Mrs. J. W.
cCreney, C. H. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Hfcrf M, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boswell,
*t Mrs. Harper. Baker, Mrs. Bi P. Khode,
I Miss Humphries, Miss M. Elliott, J. F.
Burns and C. H. McKevett.
Birthday Anniversary
'; Mrs. L. W. Stewart, 1820 Brooklyn
.avenue, entertained Monday evening
■in- honor of the birthday of her niece,
Miss -Flora Klopfensteln. The rooms
wera; tastefully decorated with ferns
■ and roses and the guests of the evening
* were: Misses Fern Moore, Laura^Moore,
i Beryle X>ouglas, , Eaßter Wllllans, Ella
'Powell. Lucy Powell, . Belle" Marsh,
'Amelia Roedthe, . Jessie Decondress.
* Belles Stanch, . Bernice . Foose, Edna
Kffle Klopfensteln, Flora Klop
fensteln. Messrs. Melvin Moore, John
Moore, T>. C. Powell, L. N. Osborne,
I Carroll Osborne, Walter Gurnel, Ira
* Ulery. John Enders, , Charles Piper,
Hajrman Dcclus and Luther Klopfen
' ateln. 7
I * toj , 'AngeleV
..-.Local BOclety. is 'to be. graced for a
7anbrt"tirrle by'bneof the young grad
uates of Columbia college and a prom
,'lnent' society girl, Miss Mary Agnes
Cotter, who arrived yesterday morning
lo' visit her brother ■ and | sister-in-law,
' Dr." *and ' Mrs. P. Q. Cottar at their
-home, 729 South Burlington avenue.
'KiM. Cotter. resides in Plattsburgh, N.
T-i't where the. la a social favorite. She
graduated last month from Columbia
'university .with high honors. Many
pretty.; social affairs will be given in
v h«'r hpnpr,. during her .visit. „
'' J Popjor' Whist drub"
;; The. women of the Poppy Whist club
■were pleasantly entertained Wednes
i day afternoon by Mrs. L.' P. Faulsen of
122 ■ East Fourteenth street. The first
prize was won by Mrs. L. P. Faulsen,
the second by Mrs. L. Mather and the
consolation by Mrs. E. Todd, while the
guest prize went to Mrs. George Hum
phrey. The club will meet next at the
home of Mrs. S. Wilson, 1037 East
I Twenty-first street, August 9.
Sigma Tau Luncheon
-Members of the Sigma Tau sorority
were entertained at luncheon Thursday
afternoon by 'Miss Margaret Gould of
St. James park, . Beautiful clusters of
red carnations were combined with
ferns in the table decorations and place
cards I were quaint little Japanese af
fairs. : Covers were laid for Marian Mc-
Clure, ; Eleanor -Richards, Harriet
Gould, May Richards, Margaret Gould
and Pauline Lund.
Informal Evening
Ir.'Mr*.: J. N. Hall of 1343 South Hope
street entertained Informally Friday
evening in honor, of Miss Cousins of
fit. Louis and Miss Cooper of Nash
ville, Term., who are visiting Miss Lulu
Page and Miss Elizabeth Page of El
den avenue. Progressive cards and
music helped to furnish amusement
for an enjoyable evening.
Entertained at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs F. S. Monnett were
tuests of honor at a dinner party given
Thursday evening by Dr. A. M. Duncan
Of 924 Sunbury avenue. Besides the
guests of honor and members of the
family covers were laid for Col. and
...Mrs. J.J. Stedman of Hollywood, Mr.
;. and "Mrs. H F. Whittler, Mrs. John
•^.•Brtll and H W. Duncan.
Musical and Dance
Members of the I. O. F. entertained
a large company of friends Friday ev
ening with a musical entertainment
and dancing party Mrs. B. Farland
Scott grave several delightful numbers
»nd refreshment tables were presided
»ver by prominent members of the
Evening Whist Party
j Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McClure of 1826
West Sixteenth street were host and
■ostesa at a delightful card party
biursday evening. The evening was
levoted to whist and a dainty aupper
was served at the card tables.
Hollywood Girl to Wed
„ Mr. and Mrs. p, a. Chase announce
.he engagement of their daughter. Miss
Slady s. to Jay P. He'rrington of Los
tngtlM. Th* wedding is to take place
terly in tht fall. .MBHHMfefll
Hlih;.T««,«t Vtnlc«
Tb« Womtß'i Press club Has decided
» substitute for the regular monthly
•The two young' women known
throughout the English Bpeaking world
as the Ollphant sisters, who have been
singing their | way Into the hearts of
Angelenos during the winter here, will
leave on Friday for a tour of the states.
They will go first up the Pacific coast,
then down through the middle states to
De Funlak springs, Florida, where they
luncheon a high tea to be given Tues
day, August 1, at the ship hotel, Ven
ice. A private car will be chartered
and the club will probably have as hon
ored guests Miss Susan B. Anthony,
Rev. Anna Shaw and other prominent
visitors to the city.
Social Notes
Mrs. Alonza Edwin Shakan, formerly
Miss Meta Glen Oyler, will receive her
friends on Monday afternoon of each
week' after August 1 at 1644 West
Twenty-fourth street. '
Lou P. Hlekox and family, who have
been residing at West Twenty-fourth
street and Magnolia avenue, have re
moved to Santa Ana. Mr. Hlckox has
taken a position on the ' Santa Ana
Thomas E. Morrlsey of San Francisco
and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence J. Fish of
Minneapolis are recent guests at the
Among the recent arrivals .at the
Granada are E. C. Fourney, Houston,
Tex.; Mrs. M. J. Dudley, Bangor, Me.;
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Alexander, San
Diego ; [j? Mrs. •; . Anna M. Mueller . and
daughter,- Chicago. ' .■■ ■
Among. the recent arrivals at the Hill
Crest inn' are Miss Edith W. Johnson,
Mrs. Edith W. Moody, Pueblo, j Colo. ;
Mrs. F. Schnapper, San Francisco; Mr.
and Mrs. H. J., Ellis, Brooklyn, Wis.;
Mrs. D. C. Morrison, Muskogee, I. T.'j
Miss J. D. Pierce, Hemet, Cal.
The largest and most Important wed
ding of the week was that of Mtes
Maude Lancaster and Ray Clifford
Warden at the First Christian church
Tuesday evening. The fair bride has
lived in the city from childhood, was for
years the organist of the church in
which she was married, and' also a
member of the largest orchestra here,
and so was both well known and popu
lar. The decorations were arranged in
the form of a garden bower and just
inside an open gate of smilax the pretty
ceremony took, place, Rev. Prank M.
Dowllng officiating. The Gamut orches
tra had charge of the bridal music, the
selections being "Schubert's Serenade,"
"The Dying Rose" and "I Love You"
previous to the ceremony and the
bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" at thtf
entrance of the elaborate procession.
Maids, ushers, matron of honor and
flower girls preceded the bride. During
the exchange of vows the orchestra
played softly "The Evening Star" and
"Mendelssohn's March' 1 during, the re
cessional. The bride's gown was of
cream crepe de chine, trimmed with
rose embroidered chiffon. Her veil was
worn with orange blosoms and she car
ried a shower bouquet of maidenhair
ferns. The maids carried Mutlllja pop-
ples. Following the church ceremony a
reception was given at the home of the
bride's parents. The house was artis
tically decorated in green and white.
After a wedding journey of ten days
Mr. and Mrs. Warden will go to their
new home in Monrovia, where they will
be at home to their friends after
August 15.
On Monday evening at their pretty
home on Mission • street Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Ourwood entertained delightfully
about fifty friends and relatives at the
celebration of their silver wedding an
niversary. The evening was a pleas
antly Informal cue, every detail being
channlnely planned.
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. O. Hawkins have
returned from their honeymoon spent
at Catallna and are at home at 225
North Mentor street
The plans tor the society circus an 4
lawn party at th* La Casa Grande. to
be given for the Emergency league are
developing' rapidly and the affair prom
ise* to be far the ;mo«t elaborate ttnd
interesting of the midsummer society
events. Many novel and Mtrlklnjf feu
wilL sing at the mid- winter Chautau
qua. They will . follow spring up the
Atlantic coast to Maine.
1 Art Ollphant, a brother, will accom
pany, them. Today they will give two
farewell song services, this morning at
the Garvanza M. E. church and this
evening at the East Los Angeles Con
gregational church. • . >
tures are planned for the evening, one
of which is a real, live lion.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Knight, with
their son William, jr., have returne 1
from a trip to Avalon, and next week
■will take a cottage at Long Beach for
the remainder of the summer. Their
sort Harold is at the Pasadena Y. M. C.
A. camp at White's Landing, Catallna,
but will return in time to go with the
family to Long Beach.
The McDowell family left Friday
evening for their former home on a
large plantation just .outside . Natchez,
Miss. The seven daughters have been
very popular in North Pasadena and
high school society and a large number
of their friends gathered at the Santa
Fe station to bid them farewell. : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bridge returned
early In the week from a northern trip,
which Included a visit at the Portland
exposition, where the doctor attended
the National Medical society.
Mrs. Jirah Cole and her two sons,
Jlrah, jr., and Gardner, who" have been
the guests of Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Gardner, for some time,
will leave Monday 'of ' next week for
Chicago to spend the ' remainder of the
summer in the country near that city.
. The I date for the wedding of Miss
Louise Brlgden and Morgan Galbreath
has been set for August 15. The bride
will have for, her attende'nts Miss Edith
Lowe, Miss Belle Whitaker and Miss
May MacLelsh, while W. R. Morrison
will stand with the groom as best man
The ceremony will be performed in the
beautiful grounds of the Brigdeii home,
La Sierra Alta, East Pasadena. .
- Dr. Ralph Arnold, who is connected
prominently. ,wlth the United States
geological survey, is here visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Arnold. Dr.
Arnold while here will make some
scientific investigations in San Luis
Oblspo county.
A very pretty romance which begun
on a Pasadena electric car will cul
minate in Rochester, N. V., the first or
September, when Miss Estelle Minnie
Punett, formerly a school teacher in the
Washington school, will be wedded to
S. R. Mitchell, . the most popular car
conductor on the line between here and
Los Angeles. The marriage will take
place at the home of the bride, and
after an extended eastern trip the
couple will return here to live.
A pretty affair was given Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Franklin
Hardison In honor of two of her friends,
Mrs. David IS. Morgan, a June bride,
and Miss Pearl Kerns of Los Angeles,
who on Wednesday next Is to become
the bride of Ralph Vader of Los An
geles. Hearts in' red and white were
used as most appropriate decorations
In connection with the elaborate green
ery and delicate blossoms. Miss Lorls
Kennedy and Mrs. Clarence Peck as
sisted Mrs. Hardison during the after
noon. Music was given by Miss Cra
mer, Miss Vane and Miss Nollac,
Window ' Shndea
Slightly damaged shades 250; our bur
laps are heavier than others and can be
pasted; 76-lnch (not 72) natural, 20c; 38-
Inch dyed, Xso; 40-lnch dyed, 20o; Just the
thing between chair rails. - Moldings 2a
foot; best paint $1.60 gallon. Dig reduc
tion In wall paper. Try our enamels,
makes things ahlno like a mirror; glaz
ing and painting.
WALTER BIIOS., 627 S. Spring
Make your way of smoking right, by
getting- >Lv Palmas. ■
Pertinent C „ D'ano
olnts I ■.ol. lurchasers
You can buy pianos of standard make*
cheaper at the A. O. GARDNER PIANO
HOUSE! than any other place In Los An-
geles, no matter where you go. \v« hove
standard Instruments — none better made.
We pay no rent and can defy competition.
When you gut your piano »v« us tint.
A. G. Gardner Piano House
118 Winston St.
. Piano* and organs tuned. <
Ont-of-Town Society
Mrs. Frederick Habersham entertain
ed ft number of friends at cards Friday
afternoon. "> Pria«« were won by Miss
Stuart, Mrs. Spearman and Misa
Mlas Jessie MorgAn entertained a
company of young women at n. thimble
party Wednesday afternoon. The hos
tess Invited an equal number of young
men to | come In , for refreshments at
4 o'clock." ' Those present were! The
Misses Daisy Moore of Sawtelle, Hattle
Condee,' Mamie Douglas, Orace Camp
bell, Harriet Lander, 1 Florence Bartlett,
Sandlson, Addle Sandlson, Leta Balrd,
Minnie Wilbur, and Louise Dlondeau.
Monday evening the women of the
Eastern Star gave a social at the Ma
sonic temple." The' hostesses were
Mmes. Larrabee, Lnwton and Lander
and Alias Montgomery.
Miss Addle Sandlson entertained the
"T. J. S." and their young men friends
Saturday evening. .
Mrs. Herrara entertained at cards at
Hotel Hollywood Tuesday afternoon.
St. Luke's church gave a muslcale at
the residence I ' of Mrs. 11. L. Henry
Thursday evening. ,The affair was a
great success, both socially and finan
Aliss Helen M. Wooster gave an even
ing of readings .at Hotel Hollywood
Friday. The entertainment was plan
ned by . the wejmen of the Baptist
church and the proceeds went to the lot
fund. i - *
Mrs. E. F. Bogardus entertained at
luncheon Wednesday In honor of Mrs.
William. Mead of Chicago. Her guests
were Mmes. Frank Gordon, N. K. Pot
ter, F. Sulton, Myers of Los Angeles
and M. C. Mason, Chas. Hanchett, Alan
Gardner and'W. G. Warner of Holly
Mrs. E. M. Pease of Claremont is the
guest of her brother in Hollywood.
Mrs. and Airs. Ed. Waldron left Wed
nesday for .Alaska.': ,-,
Mrs. H. M. Sterling has gone to Min
neapolis. : ';..■■.>'.
Mrs. Angus Porter and father of Red
lands are Hollywood visitors.
Air. W. H. Townaend is at the Port
land fair. ;:. ■. < '
Mr. and Mrs. . W. C. .Edgar and
daughter of Albuquerque are the guests
of C. O. Hall. , :.
W. C. McCray and family have re
turned from a northern auto tour.
Miss Darsle of Kentucky is the guest
of. Mrs. F. B. Walker.
- Mrs. L. P. Harris and daughter of
Beaumont, Texas., have arrived .to
make their home with the Misses Par
ker, sisters of Mrs. Harris.
Mrs. F. J. Martin and daughter left
Monday, for -Catallna' for a ten days'.
outing. .:,.'..
OAF.-Glffln and wife have taken a
cottage at Ocean Park for & few weeks.
Miss' Lera Slanker entertained about
twenty young women at a chafing dish
party. at her. home,;'corner of Sixth and
Thomas, Monday evening. The resi
dence was brilliantly • decorated with
red . crepe paper and scarlet geran
iums. ' A short 'musical program was
given.'". ■;■/;..' <\, l!"'< : \ ''"■■' .-
At' the home of; Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Downing, 'Corner": of- Main "and Pearl
streets, the' Rathbone . Sisters gave a
lawri social on Thursday evening. . Ice
cream, " Ices,, cakes: and', punch were
served ' and * a musical I program was
given.. '.'-.' , .'.'• »'■• •
Prof. Francis H.v White and family
have arrived at Pomona college from
Palo Alto. -In the absence of Prof. Geo.
S. Summer during the next year ; Dr.
White will have charge of the history
department of Pomona college. He has
been instructor in history at Stanford
Dr. Martha Sheldon, who has been
visiting in this vicinity for ' several
weeks, has gone to Minnesota for a
visit with relatives before returning to
her missionary work in India. Miss
Sheldon hajj been an active medical
missionary for several years, under the
Methodlßt board of missions.
W. q. Northey of 129 East Pasadena
street Is entertaining his brother, Ma-
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235, 237 and 239 South Broadway. ,
This Store Closes Every Saturday, During July
and Jtugust, at I o' Clock. On Other Days at 5:30,
Substantially Reduced
No wdnder white linen suits are immensely popular. They've a certain
air of jaUntiness and a delightful look of freshness about them that/ can
be had in no other suit at anywhere near like cost.
In no previous season have we sold so many of them.
But some of the styles have not sold so readily as others, and these
we ndw mark at prices that will make them irresistible.
At $15 Instead of $35— At $25 Instead of $35— At $30 Instead of $60—
An all-white linen Shirt White linen suit with hand- Blue linen suits elegantly
Waist Suit, the waist hay- some lace collar; skirt /.and trimmed with hand-made
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off in 4-inch squures. o f blue. - tabs— quite an elaborate
At $20 Instead of $30— . .-V affair .
Eton Tacket suit of white Also white linen suits with '
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with heavy lace over green collar and half-sleeves ■■•■ atdy under pnee.
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misrepresentation and no short measure.
If you want light summer wines for the family table you
will be pleased with our assortment and our prices; free samples.
;,, i, Sonoma, Clarets andßiesling, 0. P. S. Bourbon, $3.50 per ,
50c per gallon, tip. gallon.
- Port, Sherry, Angelica, Mas- 0. F. C. Sour Mash, $1.00 per
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Try our fully 8-year-old Port Maryland Rye, $1.00 per fall
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V White Port Wine, $1.50 per Apricot Brandy, $3.50 per
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0. P. S. Rye, $4 per gallon. 50c per pint.
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1 PPlf novelties and splendid special pieces. :V
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Rgjg Iron Beds Dressers
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