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SOCIETY NEWS AMONG the distinguished visitors whom Los Angeles will have the honor of entertaining this winter are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mulforrt Robin- Ma of Syracuse, N. V.. who are expected to arrive the latter part of the month. Mr. Robinson, who is coming at the sug gsstlon of the Municipal Art league of Lob Angeles to outline a plan for the city beautiful, is a specialist in his work, a man of international repute. Mrs. Rob inson is said to be an extremely interest ing woman, and already are people plan ning how they can best bid them wel come and entertain for them during their stay. Madame Gadskl. who will make a three days' stay In Los Angeles next week, when she opens the Philharmonic course in Simpson auditorium Tuesday night, will be honored socially by the pro fessional women musicians of the city, the Dominant club having planned a luncheon for her. The Gamut club will give a supper in her honor after the con cert Tuesday night Maud Powell will be the guest of the local Welsh Singing club while here, and some private entertaining will also help make her visit to Los Angeles a pleas ant one. Despite Rudyard Kipling's dislike of publicity, both he and Mrs. Kipling will doubtless be warmly welcomed if he comes south, as was his first plan.' Dinner snd Muslcale One of the delightful affairs of the week •was a dinner given Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. John Kahn at their home on South Union avenue. The company gathered around a table daintily appointed to suggest the harvest season. In the center was a rustic pic ture hat gracefully decorated with sun flowers and autumn leaves, and at each snd were little basket melons filled with the same gay blossoms and leaves; in fact, the table was a mass of autmnn foliage. Guests entertained were the Misses Florence Loud. Mn tilde Baruch, Grace Hecht, Lylia Jacoby; Messrs. Paul de Longpre. Carl Sternlein, Joseph Green b*uro, Adolph Fleishman, Dr. F. Black. An Informal musicale closed the even- Ing. Mrs. Everhardy's Bridge Party Among the smartest affairs of the week was the bridge whist given by Mrs. W. M. Evertiardy at her Alvarado Terrace residence Thursday afternoon, the occa sion being the first of a series that Mrs. Everhardy is planning to give during the fall and winter. The rooms were bright with flowers »rd trailing ferns and tables for the games were placed in the drawing room, the library and living room. Prizes were awarded Mrs. F. W. Schenck. Mrs. Gar ret L. Itogan and Miss Glenn. An informal musical program was given in the Intervals between the con cluslon«of the games and the serving of refreshments by Mrs. Allison J. Wallace. Mrs. Walter J. Wrenn and Mrs. Ever hardy. Luncheon was served at a long table In the kilning room, where yellow chrysanthemums nodded a brlghi wel come. Place cards bore etchings of flow ers and figures. Guests were Mesdames Allison J. Wal lace, Henry J. Woollacott, Charles How land. W. H. Thayer, Lewis Uark Car lßle, E. M. Guthrie, A. H. Koebig, Adolph Frese, Ethel Graham, Simon Maier. Wal ter J. Wrenn, Fred Detmers, Lee C. Gates, Frank Hudson, Schenck, O'Gor man, Robert W. Kenny, Dwight Hart. A. K. Braver, Robert McCormick, J. H. Gnodhue, Brunton, Garrett Li. Hogan, Miss Lape and Miss Marian Glenn. -" Th.c Woodbury Reception Prominent among the Roclety functions of the coming week will be the reception to be given Thursday evening at Hotel Pepper by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood bury. airs. Woodbury has selected for her re ceiving party Mesdames W. D. Luvine, L. L. Robinson, Henry Newby, W. M. Haskell. Fred Blttman, J. Rowell, C. O. Whlttemore, William Bartling, Benjamin Hahn. Young ladies who will assist are Miss June Whlttemore, Leigh Whltte more. Miriam Eskridge, Warren Mills, Florence Bland, Louise Burtling, Alice Chapin, Georgia Park, Fay Farrell. The occasion promises to be one dis tinguished not only by the gracious hos pitalit}* of the hosts but also by the beau ty of the hostess and her assistants, and many handsome gowns. The muslcale which is to follow the reception will include among the artists MIBB BESSIE BEATTY, LOS ANGELES GIRL, WHOSE BOOK, "WHO'S WHO IN NEVADA," WILL SOON BE ISSUED Leonard Mlgllonlco, harpist; Mrs. Fred Blttman and Miss Florence Bland, con traltos;. Miss Miriam Eskridge, reader; George Pedley, baritone; Master Smead, boy soprano. Mrs. Woodbury will sing and Smead's orchestra is to furnish a program during the evening. The decorations are to be In red and green and perhaps one would not be far afield If one guesses that pepper boughs and blossoms would be employed. "*• Senorita Marln and Don Cupid, Miss Elena Marln. the beautiful Span ish lyrical song bird, who has been spending several weeks In Los Angeles giving repertoire concerts and recitals, stole away from the city the latter part of the week, and her friends believe she has gone to Hermosillo In answer to a summons from Cupid. A short time ago she stated to a friend that she was engaged to a banker of the Mexican town whose name she re fused to divulge, saying prettily: "It will all be known in a little while, and until then I am going to be quiet." Her friends have tried every means of discovering the name of the favored lover, but all attempts so far have failed. It is expected, however, that within the near future a notioe of the marriage will be forthcoming which will solve the wiysterlous departure and vague report that has been current for several weeks concerning the love affair of the pretty ¦opranlst and the Hermosillo banker. Bridge Whist Club Among the card clubs forming for this winter Is one In which twelve of the younger society girls are interested. They will play bridge whist on the first and third Wednesdays of eaoh month. Among those who will enjoy the friend ly contests are Mesdames Glen William Price, Kirk Woolfelt, Frank K. Bench ley; Misses Fay Farrell, Ethel Loekhart, Kathleen Hamilton, Edith Myers, Mar garet Adele Robertson, Helen Cox, El eanore Holland. Virginia Frentress and Vlnette Morris. Garden Fete at Letts Home The members of at. Catherine's guild of St. Stephen's church. Hollywood, are arranging the details of a garden fete to be given the afternoon and evening of October 31 on the Arthur Letts grounds. This fete will be the most elaborately appointed affair of the kind ever given In the valley. No money will be spared either in the decoration of the booths or lighting the grounds, and a full brass band has been engaged for afternoon and evening. Society Vaudeville The ladles In charge of the society vaudeville are reporting progress with a capital "P." There are co many features to be presented which are delightfully new that the management is on the verge of asking for a revolving stage, co that one portion may be arranged scenically while the other half is delighting tiie audience. The Hancock Banning orchestra, under the direction of Ed Kammermeyer and Hancock Banning, has assumed such pro portions that they are arranging to en large the orchestra pit. Edgar Temple, who has been secured as director general of all stage equipment, is considered one of the most talented organizers In Ameri ca. For over eight years he created al'. the beautiful stage pictures, the group irgs of arusts, start and chorus for the Savage opera company. An excellent tenor 'himself, knowing all the ins and outs of stage business, he Is rapidly whip ping into line the artiste constituting the various tableaux, acts and musical num bers which will be presented on that evening at tne Maeon. 'Mrs. Cosmo Morgan Is arranging a nov elty distinctly Parisian, presenting the wonder-picture tree, and her retinue of young men and maids are already per fect at rehearsals. Among the younger matrons are Mrs. Mllo M. Potter, pre senting the, "Reveries of a Bachelor," and the number of applications received from the bachelor fraternity to act In oonneo .on with the qlntette of charming lady participants provee that this is to be one of the banner numbers on the program. A truly artlftic number 1» the "Swing Song" being arranged by Mrs. M, J. Cornel from "Mies Pocahontas," and those who have attended the dress re hearsal at the Connel barn, during the last week pronounce It the moat finished, artistic, moving -stage picture they have yet.wltnessed. A few words concerning the exchange tickets should be mentioned. Those are now or s,ale at the Bartlett Music com pany, opposite the city hall, and those who really desire to secure the better seate should purchase the exchange tlck LOS ANGELES, HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 190?. Beautiful Hostess and Host of Hotel Pepper MRS. ELMEI F. WOODBURY, WHO WILL GIVE MUBICALE AT HOTEL PEPPER ELMER F. WOODBURY ets at once, as no one not holding an ex change ticket will be allowed to partici pate in the first selection of seats when the reservations begin November 7. Three days will be devoted to the ex changing of those advance tickets for numbered seats, after which the single ticket eale will commence. All of the low er boxee have been sold, and one-half of the upper boxes, and fully one-third of the capacity of the house In other de partments has been told out In exchange tickets. The Teddy bear drill i» exciting much comment, owing to the novelties which are being Introduced by Mr. Temple In the intricate drilling of the participants. Mlsb Lela Holterhoff, who has jutt re turned from Europe, after a prolonged absence, where she has been receiving the training of the masters of muelc. hat consented to take part in this entertain ment. This will be her 'first introduction, musically, to the Los Angele* public. For Miss Hall Miss Bertha Hall, whose marriage co J. O. Parlier Is to 'take place Tuesday evening, October 22, at the bride's home, was the guest of honor last week at an Informal shower, given by Mrs. , Ralph Brown of Twenty-nrst street and Nor mandle avenue. Miss Kathryn Hall, s's ter of the bride-elect, will to her maid oC honor and Arthur F. Barnes will be the beat man. Were Married In Colorado Los Angeles friends of Ray Hlller, who formerly resided at "42 Hartford avenue, will be Interested to learn of his marriage with Miss Grace Wescott, which took place in Colorado Springs September 17. Mr. and Mrs. Hiller will return to Southern California and make their homo in Long Beach. Pine Forest Whist Club Mrs. C. W. Sylvester of Victor avenue entertained the Pine Forest Whist club at the regular meeting last weak, her guest, Miss Alice Dow, being the honored guest. Assisting the hostess were her daughter and daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. C. Farr and Mrs. Wilard Sylvester. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. G. R. Beebe and Mrs. Octavlous Morgan. Substitutes and regular member* pres ent were Mmes. T. B. Bassett, F. H. Nichols, G. R. Beebe, D. R. Brown, A. J. Copp, WiUls M. Dixon, William E. Horn, Thomas Hughes. W. T. Jeffries, C. 8. Kious, C. H. Matthay, Dr A. Meekins, William A. Morehouse. Octavlus Morgan, H. M. Myer, G. W. Parkins, M. P. Sny der, M. K. Suber and W. H. Wagner. Complimentary Reception Mrs. J. G. McLean, who will leave to morrow for her future home in Naco. was the guest of honor at a reception and muslcale given by Mrs. M. S. Reed of 1613 Harvard boulevard, Thursday after noon. About fifty guests were present. Assisting the hostess and guest of honor In receiving were Mrs. Garwood, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gasper and Mrs. R. P. Howell. In the dining room at the punch bowl was .Miss Florence Mont gomery and the hostess' little son, Roy Reed. Those who contributed to the musical program were Miss Hazel Brown, Mrs. Arnold Krauss, Mrs. W. F. Arend, MISB BEBBIE BPONHOLTZ, One of this week's brides "HOTEL PEPPER Miss Mac Montgomery and Mrs. Dsn Reed. Idyllwild Reunion Mr. and Mrs. William M. Frlesner of 217 Figueroa street entertained Monday evening Informally for a number of Los Angeles and Pasadena friends who wero members of the Idyllwild colony this sum mer. The affair was also in compliment to Mrs. Otto Rust and Miss Elsa Rust of Anaheim, who were Mrs. Krleaner's guests for-& few days. Among the other guests present were Mrs. F. C. K. Matt! son, Mlas Bessie Mattlann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs. Richard Luckey of Pasadena, Dr. and Mrs. Moore, Miss Olga Atherton. Miss Bally McFarland, Mr. an-1 Mrs. William Desmond and Harold Kng , lish. Pre- Nuptial Entertaining Few Lo« Angel** girls have ever left the company of their young women friends for the ranks of the matrons with so long a list of pre-nuptla! honor* as Is the good fortune of Mine Pearl Seeley. 'Mrs. John T. Jones of 2637 Portland street save a very handsomely appointed bridge party for this popular bride-elect Thursday anil Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John H. Norton entertained for her with a luncheon of twenty covers at the Cali fornia club. Mrs,. M. J. Conpell of 2307 South Flgueroat street Is giving a break fast for her this morning; Tuesday Mrs. Jefferson Paul Chandler will give a lunch eon for Miss Seeley and her maids, and Miss Eva Keating Is arranging an affair at which this popular bride-elect t* to be guest of honor. Monday evening Mr. and Mre. J. G. Drake of Long Beach will give a theater party followed by a supper at Hotel Alex drla for the bridal party. Another affair to be given for Miss Seeley is a luncheon at the home of airs. G. N. Llnard, Pasadena, next Wednesday. Miss Seeley ha* chosen her sister. Miss Elizabeth Drake, as her maid of honor, And the Misses Kate Macomber of Den Molnea, Iowa; . LIHIan Smith, Deming, N M.; Eva Elizabeth Keating, Rowena Blossom, Pasadena, and Marguerite Drake to serve as maids. Miss Smith arrived In the city Friday and will be a guest at Miss Seeley's home until after the marriage. Mr. Macomber will be attended by his cousin 'Le Roy Macombor of Pasadena, as best man, and the ushers will be Messrs. Roy C. Seeley, Wesley C. Rob ert?, Howard Robinson, WU Reid ard Wi.. Macomber. To Arrange Charity Ball The annual charity ball to be given Halloween at Kramer's by the Los An geles chapter, U. D. C, will introduce several debutantes to Lob Angeles society and will be an especially brilliant affair. Mrs. Mathow S. Robertion, president of the chapter, will be assisted In receiving by Mmes Wesley Clark, Albert M. Ste phens. West Hughes, Olin Wellborn, Han cock Banning, Burton E. Green, C. Q. Stanton and W. S. Bartlett. The refreshment committee consists of Mrs Andrew Glassell, Mrs. J. T. Fitz gerald and Mrs. Charles Wellborn; the music is in charge of Mmes. A. L. Mc- Auley Joseph K. Ellison and Willoughby Rodman. Miss Goleta M, Workman and Mmes. Charles M. Shannon, T. J. Bar clay, James W. McA:ister, W. J. Ch - Chester, Purdon and Miss Leovy consti tute the decorating committee. Mr« William Johnston, chairman of the Invitation committee, is assisted by Mmee. Hancock Johnston, Harriet S. Wright Donald Frtck and the Misses Mary Hunsacker, Mary Belle Elliott and Sarah Godrlch. Kltohen Shower for Bride Mr.^and Mrs. Walter F. Bryson, 3021 South Hope street, were hosts at a Jolly gathering Friday evening in compliment to Miss Olivia Tevi» and Frank Cunning ham, who are to be married October 23. The young people were given a kitchen shower. To Wed This Week One of the prettiest wedding ceremopleß for the week Is the one arranged for the mnrrlage of Miss Bessie Sponholtz, a well known and popular young woman of this city, ana Hubert O'NeaJ, a bookkeeper employed by the H. Jevne company and living at 1734 Morton avenue. Miss Bponholtz has been a resident of Lo» Angeles during the last three years, having come to this city from her home near Milwaukee, Wis., where her parents still rive. S!nc« comlne to this city Miss Spon holtz has made her home with friends at The Huey 523 Maple avenue. Both Mr. O'Neal and his bride have many friends in this city and several surprises are being prepared for them by their friends. For Miss Ball Miss Plnlta Drake, 2633 Hoover street, will give a luncheon tomorrow in honor of Miss Violet Ball, daughter of Mrs. Adele M. Ball of West Sixth street, who soon will become the brldegpr Walter Stone. ' Reception for the Inwoods ißev. E. J. Inwood and Mrs. Tnwoorl were gueets of honor at a reception ",ast night, given for them at the University M. E. church, where Mr. Inwood is pastor. Cards and Music Miss Ethel Graham entertained I the members of the Saturday Musical club at her home on Ingraham street yester day afternoon. The afternoon was passed delightfully with carHs and music._ The club members are J^jdumea Walter J. Wren, Robert Schroeter, Burwell A. Holmes, J. Purcell, James Moore, Misses Marguerite Seymour, Clara Allen, Grace Allen, Nellie Beacon, Alma Bradley, Lu clle Dlxon, Hortense Barnhart Jones, Alma Kellam. Emmie Luentzel, Frances Maxson, Violet McDonald, Florence Os born, Clara Park, Luclle Roberts, Grace Rockwell, May Rebman, Ethel Rebman and Adelaide Stanton. Mallett.Cuttlng Miss Elizabeth M. Cutting and Frank Mallett were married Wednesday at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Dr. A. W. Adklnson. They will make tbelr future home in Coachella. For Harley Hamilton Archibald Sessions entertained at his studio In Christ church Thursday with a tea In compliment to Harloy Hamilton. Mrs. 8. C. Sessions, mother of the host, poured, and Miss Maude Elizabeth Rich ards and Miss Blanch Ruby. Sa llaaay. Johnson The marriage of Miss Ella Johson and Benjamin Sallatlay took place at noon yesterday at the home of the officiating clergyman, Rev. Robert Mclntyre, 1033 South Alvarado street. Miss Bdith Bledle anU Harry Fiebabch attended the young couple. After the ceremony a wedding break fast was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. ard Mrs. Peter John eon, 2729 San Marino street, and Mr. and Mrs. Salladay left for a wedding trip through Northern California, in the course of which they will visit San Fran cisco and Oakland. On their return they will be at home at 318 Mount Washington drive. For Miss McGinn Miss Maude Blgelow entertained recent ly with an informal shower In compli ment to Miss Catherine trances McGinn, whose engagement was announced last week. Among the guests present were Mmes. PART II Florence Lyoii/ Frances Shettlor, Mabel Tucker, Jesse' West, Misses Olga Wun derllch, Rolla Adams, Maude Blgelow, Bertna Brooks, Clara Dixon. Carrie Ful ton. Mabel Gulnn, Alberta Gude, Louise Gude 1 , Edna Johnson and Gertie Johnson. Mrs. C. W. Kesler, U6..,. Monmouth ave nue, entertained. Friday afternoon in honor of Miss McGinn. November Wedding The marriage of Miss Lottie Russell and Leon E. Mouelle will (fake place in this city next month and will bo an evening affair «t the home of the bride's uncle, F. E. Davis. Miss Carlotta Reckncr, cousin of the groom, will attend the bride. Reception for Pastor Rev. a-nd Mrs. Frank DeWitt Talmags/ wore the honored guests at a reception' given Friday evening at the home of Mx. and Mrs. J. W. Tomblin, '720 West Twenty-eighth street. Rev. Mr. Talmage is entering upon the fourth year of his pastorate at the First Presbyteriaii church. New Hampshire Society The New Hampshire society will hold the regular meeting October 15 In Bur bank hall. For Mrs. Bobrick Mrs. William J. Variel entertained with a violet luncheon at Hotel Alex andria Thursday for Mrs. G. Alexander Bobrick, who has returned recently from the east. Young Men Plan Dancing Party Lewis L. Durkee, Wa.ter Keating and Lloyd Roberts, three of our young so ciety men, are planning a dancing party to be given in the near future. The party will take place li\.jthe ballroom at the Ponet Square, and about forty young people will attend. The young men are also arranging a couple of dinner parties, to be given in their apartments at the Ponet. i Christian Endeavor Boclal The young men and women of the Christian Endeavor society of the naomi ( Avenue Christian church, corner of Twenty-first street and Naomi avenue, gave a reception at the church Friday evening to the young people who had recently come into the church and to their friends. The purpose of the affair was to pre sent the purpose of the Christian En deavor-society and what n has accom plished. Miss Edna Neely gave an inter esting talk, which was followed by short addresnea by Z. P. Hillman, Rev. Willis S. Myers and E. F. Day, president of the society. After this refreshments were served. The social hall was artis tically decorated with the society's colors —purple and gold— this same color scheme also being carried out in the ices. During the evening a number of inter esting games were played and everyone spent a most delightful evening. Those who received at the door were Misses Helen Flory and Mabel Spellman, with Messrs. Leonard Wright, James and Lee Arthur Myers. First Dance of the Season The Xopiea club will give the first dance of the season at the Ebell dub on Figueroa street, Wednesday evening, October 23. The officers are: President, Ward Holler; vice president, E. M. Ford; cor responding secretary, Dr. H. K. Ransom; financial secretary, K. V. Bunt; treas urer, E. Englebrltsen; executive commit tee, F. M. Ford, E. Knelebritsen, E. Sal ver, W. H. Dchm, E. V. Bunt, L. G. Valiant, A. J. Bendowski, Ward Heller. E. L. Dickison, Dr. H. E. Ransom and Dr. McVan. Baltimore Girl Weds News has been received in Los* An- geles of the marriage of Miss Katherine Margaret Smiley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smiley of Baltimore, Md., and James O'Kane of Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. O'Kane, who Is a charming girl of brunette type, visited in Los Angeles J last winter and made a great many ¦* friends. Mr. and Airs. O'Kane, after an extended trip through the eastern cities, will reside In Colurflbus, where the groom Is engaged in business and where the young people first met. The bride is connected with the A. K. Smileys of Redlands. Coming and Going Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Sobey. well known society people of San Francisco, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mitchell of 620 St. Paul avenue. They are visit ing Catallna, Mt. Lowe and other points of interest, and later will visit Mrs. Sobey's brother, Col. Edwards at Pres cott. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hynes of the Hotel Ems are leaving today for San DJego. They will make the trip by au tomobile and Intend visiting all points of Interest near the southern city. The Hynes party will make the IT. S. Grant hotel their headquarters for three weeks. Mrs. E. C. Bnldry is stopping at Hotel Hollenbeck, pending the completion of her new home In the Westlake district. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Northam arc en tertaining their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E/F. Northam of San Jose. ¦ John Singleton Carter, a well known young business and society man of San Diego, will visit Log Angeles this week. Mr. Carter is on his way to Lake Tnhoe and Carson City, Nev., on a month's hunting trip. Mrs. Elsie Van Dyke, cousin and guest of Mrs. J. Burton Prosser of this city, was summoned to the bedside of her mother In Salt Lake week before last, hut arrived too late, as Mrs. War ing passed away the day before her daughter arrived. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stiess of Redlands are passing a week in Los Angeles and staying at the Mountain View inn in Hollywood. 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