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ANt> finally the Bachelors have, set the date for their dance— January 7! To many of us this annual Bachelors' ball at Kramer's is the apex of the social ¦capon, and although they will not admit It, some of l to very prettiest maidens are keeping their daintiest gowns for this evening. Always royal hosts, the gov ernors are planning to outdo any previous success, and the membership will eagerly second any plan that may aid In giving their fair guests an evening of pleasure. Society women who have promised to siet as patronesses are Mesdames I. N. Van Nuys. M. A. Wiloox, Hancock Ban ning, Michael J. Connell, William May Garland. E. A. Bryant. Randolph Hunt- Ington Miner. Charles Monroe, Frank F. Hicks, Granville MacGowan, Walter Jar rlß Barlow, Alfred Solano, W. R. Burke and Milo M. Potter. About r.OO Invitations have been Issued. Arend will furnish the music, and the decorating md catering has been placed In the efficient hands of Relchl, assistant manager of the Alexandria. The board of governors, in charge of arrangements for the evening, consists cf Messrs. J. W. Wolters. A. W. Dod worth, Gurney Newlln, Charles Seyler, Jr., Lewis Vetter, Earl Cowan, Harry B. Kay. Earl Anthony, Russell Taylor. Carleton Burke, A. W. Bumiller and Harold F. Cook. Other affairs, for which the dates have not yet been announced are the B'nal B'rith lodge dance at Kramer's Tuesday evening and the Los Angeles Military academy dance December ID at the school. The annual senior dance of the Har vard Military academy will be givon the evening of December 20 in Harvard hall. Patronesses for the occasion 'will include Mrs. Earl "Jsborr.e. Mrs. M. A. Manuel, Mlsb B. F. Pike, Mrs. W. D. Armstrong. Mrs. J. Bond Francisco and Mrs. R. P. Kelley. Pi Delta Kappa and friends will dance at Kramer's the evening of Monday be fore Christmas, and the Sigma Sigma sorority have the same hall for the Thursday evening following. The Leon- Idas club have announced their next event for December 31. and for that date is also set the Cumnock suhool dance. The Phi Rho Sigmas have Issued invita tions for the evening of January 3, 1908. Among the larger affairs before men tioned that will take place this month are the second Assembly ball, set .for December 27, and the New Year's eve dance at the Coneordla club. Miss Holterhoff's Debut Prominent among the week's social functions will be the tea Saturday for which Mrs. Godfrey Holterhoff has issued invitations., and which will signalize the debut of her daughter, Mies Leilla. For "Ten Little Indians" Reminiscent of the Assistance league Taudevllle, und thoroughly unique and delightful in all its appointments, was the supper r'ven recently by Mrs. Cosmo Morgan at her West Twenty-eighth street home, her guests being the young people who assisted her in her "Ten Lit tle Indians" Btunt for sweet charity's sake the evening of November 18, with Dr. Guy Cochrn.ii and Mrs. Cochran and their house guest, Miss Sabln of San Francisco. The tabl* decorations were suggestive Of an Indian camp. Bits of bark and leaves wore B<"a.tterfld nver the polished table to icpresen. the forest, tiny tepees were here, and there, and an arrangement of electric lights In tho center radiated b. red glow like a camp fire. Souvenirs of the occasion were little scarf pins In the semblance of eanors for the men and bark canoes filled with candy for the yoimg 'vomon. An informal program of music, songs and stunts completed a jolly good t;me. Mrs. Morgan was herself one of the ten Indlann, and a most fascinating, "fetching" little squnw f«he made. Others in the band were the Misses Katherine Ridgeway. Anna Andrews. Edith Herron, Lucille Walton; Messrs. Robert Fulton. Clarence K«ynolds. Russell Taylor, Ar thur Dodworth and Harold Cook. Reception at California Club Invitations have been Issued by Mr. and Mrs. S encer W. Smith for a recep tion to be given at the California club tho afternoon of December 21. For San Francisco Guests Mrs. Sali in and Miss Irene Sabln. who for a month have been the house guests of Mrs. G>iy Cochran, 234 Loma drive, have been the recipients of much pleasant attention both from old friends and new. Many informal af fairs are beinrr planned in their honor, chief among them being a tea by Mrs. Vryant of TwenU-cighth street, and a luncheon Tuesday by Mrs. W. R. Kelley of 1400 West Third street. Mrs. Coch ran is planning a large and elaborate tea to be given complimentary to Mrs. Sabin during Christmas week. Mrs. Sabln and Miss Sabtn have taken apartments at Kotel Van Nuys and will occupy them tomorrow. For Miss Condee Tn honor of Miss Clara Condee, who Is to marry Walter Corbln January 7» Miss Helen Coombs entertained with a package shower and luncheon yester day afternoon at lier home, 2050 AVest Twenty-fourth Btreet. The house was prettily decorated with Christmas bells and holly berries tied with huge red satin bows. The place cards also were tiny red Christmas bells. After the luncheon a short musical program was given by Miss Reba Smith and Mrs. Charles Talbot. Others present were Mesdames Leßoy Ackley, Raymond Hill, L. Van Norden, Percy Merlhew, Will Steam, Misses Kathleen Hamilton, Maud Biglow. Wynette Bailey, Eula Smith. Helen Bushnell, Henrietta Btah mer, Josephine McMillan, Hazfel Child- MISS MARIE CLARKE OF WYO. MING, 0., AND JUSTICE ALBERT LEE STEPHENS, WHOSE MAR. RIAGE IS TO TAKE PLACE THIS MONTH rcsß and Ilaicl Ludwlck. Miss'Reba Smith of 1508 Wilton placo WIH entertain on Friday In honor of ¦Tijrr, mirl the p°pular brlde eleet will bo complimented guest Of LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1907. SOCIETY Mrs. Percy Merithew at her home, 1«1» West Twenty-third street, on Saturday. Another affair being planned for Miss Condeo is a kitchen Hhowor to be given by Miss Hortcnso Barnhart Jones. Girls' Collegiate Dance The juniors of the girls' collegiate entertained with a dancing party In honor of the seniors at Kramer's hall Friday evening. Tho decorations were in pink and blue, the senior and junior colors respectively. Pink shades were fastened over all the lights, from which pale blue pennants were suspended. Pennants of the different schools and colleges were hung around tho hall. Tho dancing programs carried out tin) color scheme, being in three parts, one blue, one pink and the other white, About two hundred of the younger set were present. Miss Blanche Kelley, president of the senior class, nnd Miss Hazel Barlow, president of tho juniorr, received. Newmarks Returning Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Newmark and Mlbb Florence Newmark, who have spent the last four months abroad, will return tomorrow afternoon and will Occupy their home on Ninth and Bea con. The H#nry La\ibi, who hay« re sided In tha Newmark home since tlio family went to Rurope. will talte apartments at the JTartm>in. -where Mrs. Laub will receive on the first Wrdnoa day of each month. Shepherd. Enderlein The marriage of Mrs. Klla H. End or igin of this city and Judge William K. Shepherd of Ventura took place yester day at noon in the homo of Mrs. Mar garet Collier Graham, 225 AAVst AdftttM street. Judge Curtis D. Wilbur of flciiitlng. . Extreme Bimplirity markf-d the ap pointments, the room was fragrant with flowers,' and follow-In* the cere mony, which ¦ was wltr)es»ed by only a few close friends, a wedding breakfast was served. ' . Among • th* guests,, were Mrs. Martha M.ohr, Miss Collier. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Spaldlng. Mr. and Mr*. Wil liam ; Collier, of Riverside and Mr. anil Mr*. Oaks of Santa Monica. The bride was j attired' in , a handsome traveling suit of blue broadcloth. After a short wedding • trip s Judge and Mrs. Shepherd will make their home in Ven tura, where he Is a', prominent lawyer and business man and.where they will receive their friends after January 1. :,:' Mrs. Shepherd Is one (of the. most prominent '•.•, club, women •of Southern California, and i had been .for a number of years ft director, of the Friday Morn ing rhib. .. 6h«" was also: a member of the Women's Press club, and among the gifts 1 that reached . her ; yesterday was a basket of flowers from her asso ciates of the press. - Five Hundred Party at Ebell Mr». Samuel Mevor, Mrs. Max Lowen thal and Mrs. Ludwig Hehiff have Issued nvrr 2no Invitations for fiv hundred at the Eball club house Thursday. Theater Party and Supper ' A , charming affair 'is , th« *. box party planned by C. F. Hklllfng and Otto N«her, for tomorrow night. The play to be wit netted Is, "Julias Caesar," nt the Bi>la*co. After. the performance supper ; '.will be served, it the Alexandria prill. ! The af fair will *be• In compliment, to' Mrs.' O." 11. Churchill. Mrz. John H. Norton,. Mlste» i Churchill, Gertrude Churchill. Barnetta Norton, Alice Smith, Dorothy Barry-Jones, Winifred Bleccker, Messrs. Robert Ful ton, A. J. Copp, jr., Ro'.and Adams, Rob ert Smith and Count Axel Wachtmelster. For Miss Knibbs Mrs. Gerald A. Rule was hostets Tues day at one ot the plcaiantoEt of the week's informal affairs, entertaining in her home on West Avenue Fifty-six at bridge, in compliment to Miss Olive Knibbs of Buffalo, who, with her mother, Is at the Lakeview for ilie winter. Miss Knibbs Is a charming girl who has made many friends during teveral winters passed In Southern California. Uesldc the guest of honor Mrs. Rule en tertained Mrs. Frank K. Rule, Mrs. Allan Widenhfcm, Hlbs Doris Davidson, Mins Viola CUrtif, Miss Lillian Moore, Miss Helen MacleiEh. Stanford Cardinal Over fifty Stanford graduates sat down &t thti regular monthly luncheon held at the Lahkershim hotel on the first Satur day in each month. There arc a great many graduates of Stanford university in Southern Califor nia, and the Los Angeles Stanford club Is now the largest in the world, eclipsing that of San Francisco since tho earth quake. At thefe monthly luncheons grad uates of every elaes, from the pioneers of 1895 to the ffeshmiMi graduates of 1907, gather together and talk over old times and compare experiences and consider matters relative to the interest of their alma, mater. Some of the nr-n arc bearded fathers with large families.' while many are young lioys jiut thruft upon tho "cruel world," as they gay When they graduate and have to hustle for themfelven. In the future the Stanford club will make Its headquarters at the Hotel Lankershlm, und all the luncheons, as well as the banquets and special meet ings will be h«ld there. Tho hotel has provided a Stanford register, where all Stanford men and women may ulgn their names mid addresses for the benefit of their friends wlio may wish to llnd them. The new register was initiated by the boys yesterday, when they tilled up ecv eral pages with tho signatures of those present at the luncheon. Card Party for Sorority Mips Gertrude Adams, 1226 Lake street, entertained at whist yesterday afternoon In honor of the members of the Theta Oelta sorority. The house w»s decorated with red and white carnations. The first prize, a lifoe handkerchief, was won by Mr*. J. Prince, and Ml*«. Nellie Mohr carried off th« consolation, a box o| sta tionary. Others pfretent were Mrs. Up ham Hut ton, Mr». Frank Hutton, Misses Virgil Scott. Grace "Barratt, Mabel Delb- Icr, Cicraldine Barry. Blanche Deibler, Agneb Barnwoll and Mildred Adams. * Biatty Chapter Entertained Members of the Beatty chapter of the Phi Delta Phi National LegaJ fraternity of U. S. C. cOllego of law were enter iHinnd Friday evening by Attorney George A. Lo Doux at his home on Constance street. A tumptuous banquet was served, after which there wer« responses to toasts and college fraternity songs. Members present were Messrs. William A. Freeman, consul; William E. Stsyton, Lon S. McCoy. Ralph A. Chsse, Kemper B. Campbell, William S. White. James, S. McKnight, Frank 8. Forbew, William C. Doran, G. Ray Horton anfl former grad uates of the college and members of the MSS HAZEL LILLIAN HALBRITER AND ARTHUR J. NELSON, WHOSE MARRIAGE WILL TAKE PLACE IN JUNE faculty, Gavin W. Craig and George A. Le Doux. Entertained for Miss Kubach In honor of Miss Rose Kubach, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kuhaah of 1201 South Alvnrado stre»t, Mrs. Joseph Maler rf Sixteenth and Flguaroa streets, enter rained a few Intimate friends at a "Ka.Se- Klatsch" at her homo yesterday after noon. Miss Kubaoh was thn compli mented guest nt a handsomely appoints luncheon and handkerchief shower (riven by Mrs. Serondo Guastl of 1124 South Hope street Wednesday afternoon. Luncheon and Five Hundred Mrs. Lester Robinson entertained tho members of the Bonnie Brae Five Hun dred club at her Bummer home at Ocean Park Wednesday afternoon. The house was artistically decorated in holly, n. mass of the same brilliant berries forming the centerpiece of tlie table and being U3ed In decorating the dainty green an-1 whKo score cards. The first prize, a cut glass bon bon dish, was awarded to Mrs. E. B. Flack, while Mrs. G. Alexander Bobrlck won the dr.iw prize, a handsome hand decorated plat*. Other members present wpr« Mmes. Frank Hudson. FTank Boswell, W. J. Varlel, John Atkinson, 13. Perk, Will P. Craig, Edward Stevens, Will P. Howland, J. Gilbert Warfleld, Thomas O'Nlel and Miss Robinson. The members are planning a matinee party for December 23, and will meet with Mrs. Frank Hudson on Hobart boulevard January 7 for luncheon and live hundred. Entertained S. M. Club Mlsa M. Clare Alien of 1«::3 St. Andrews place entertained the S. M. rlub yester day. The rooms were artistically deco .rnted with red geraniums and ferns. The prizes wore: Firßt, a hand decorated plate; second, a silver spoon; third, a jeweled hatpin. Members present were Mmes. Roy Arnold, B. A. Holmes. Robert Shoeder, Walter J. Wren, Harry Wagner, James Moore, J. Purcell, Misses Alice Atwell, Grace Allen, Nellie Beacon, Alma Bradley, Lucille Dlxon, Ethel Graham, Hortense Barnhart Jones, Grace RocU well, Stay Rebman, Ethel Rebman, Lulu Page, Carrie Scutiman, Marguerite Sey mour, Adelaid Stan ton. Gerna Vander voort and Frances Wartelle. Annual Stag Banquet The members of the Xopia club are giving their annual stag banquet Tuesday night, December 10, at Cafe Bristol. The tables are to decorated with red and white carnations, 3milax and ferns. Place anfl menu cards will bear an embossed club monogram In pate green and gold. The toast master. Introduced by A. J. Ben- Cowskl, will be W. 11. Dehm, an attorney of this city. The following toasts will be given: "Tho Aim of the Club," by W. t.. Meller, president of the club; "The Ladles," Dr. W. E. Rnnsom: "Financial Prospects," K. V. Bunt; "Officers," L, O. VaUlent," and "Future Prospects," B, M. Ford. Others who will attend are A. 11. Foster. W. P. Kelley, F. M. Cornell, 1,. .1. Myers, C. F. Kohler. Dr. C. 0., Me- Bean. J. F. Tillls, J. Stein. E. J. Salyer. H. L. Hatch. A. L. Leaturt, I). W. ltea gan, C. E. Riley, C. O. Barnett, 1. A. Marshall. R. JI. Hahn, IT. K. Smith and J. B. Woods. Picnic and Dancing Party The pupils of Troop Polytechnic Insti tute entertained Saturday afternoon with a, picnic at 'Rublo Ca/iyon, tho trip being made in a prlvato cur. After dinner tliaj young people held a dancing party. Home for the Holidays Miss Alma LurMon, who is at Mills col lego, will return December IS to her homa In North Pasadena for tho hollduys. Entertaining House Guest Miss Genevievo Downing, of Lexington, Ky., In the house guest for the winter of her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hol lngswortli, 1115 Lake street. Special Program The Toung Zionists' association Ib pre paring a special program for their rneut ing Wednesday night and a largo number of new members will be admitted. Spanish Luncheon Sirs. James K. Morley of 802 South Union avenue has Issued Invitations for a luncheon to be given at her liome Wednes day. The affair 1b to be a strictly Spanish luncheon with a menu of tamalen, et)chi lodas, frljoles imd other hot dishes. Covers aro to bo marked by tiny tam bourines tied with ribbdns of the Spanish colors, green, red and yellow, and the house, throughout will be decorated with the colors! and Spanish flags. Those in vited to the luncheon are Mrars. Kd Zobe leln, Frank Kckley, Clarence Slrohm, Will David, Albert Colin, Al Levy, Frank Go ings, Ralph Hagan and A. K. Brouer. Bacon. Swartz •Mif» Jpiihlh 1. Bwartas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. gwart* of 135 North Grif fln avenue, became the bride of Frank Bacon Friday evening. - Thn ceremony wan performed at the home of tho bri<le'« parents. Rev. W. i.l. Sterling of th« A; bury Methodist church Officiating. Tlin bride, gowned in white silk and currying bride's rones and maidenhair feme, was attended by her slstcr-ln-law, Mrs. Bart lett S. Swartz, In 'a dress of palo blue, eilk. Bartlett S. Bwartz' acted as best man. . , • , ¦ . •¦,'"'• V ¦, , • The house was dccorafei] thrcnighnut with car#ations and greenery, Aftor a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. BwarM will reside with the brtfle's parents for a short time, being at home after January. To Occupy Now Home The new residence being erected on Bur endo street by Dr. J. W. Truewortby if, progressing rapidly and will be Completed auiui January !. The'JSHU!? -*itn»pt to occupy their new home early in the new Wileman-Stowe Allen JoFephino Stowe, daughter of Captain and Mrs. O. J. Stowe, was mar ried Wednesday to Edwin Tt. Wileman at Hotel Potter, .Santa Barbara. The bride wns gowned in a robe of white eatin trimmed with pearls. After the cere mony an . elaborate supper waft server], following Which Mr. and Mrt. Wlleman left for a trip through Old Mexico. The young couple will b« at homo in Flllmore alter January 7. Twentieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John N. Hunt, 1300 Lyn don avenue, South Pasadena, gave a. re ception last evening at Hotel Capltola In celebration of their twentieth wedding UUverSftry. The guests, who numbered nearly *X>, were, many of them, furmer (schoolmate* of the hott and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt .were married in .Los Angeleg and mane their home hero until they moved to South Pasadena four years ago. JVtr. Hunt <s widely known through his position of county treasurer, which he has occupied since the last election. Seventh Annual Ball Los Angeles lodge No. 487, Independent Order B'ual B'rith, will hold the seventh annual ball at Kramer's Tuesday evening. Th» committee in charge of arrangements are M. J. Finkenstoln. chairman: Irving S, Metzler, Joshua H. Marks, Emanuel Cohen and Julius R. Black. Christmas in New Home The Charles K. Anthony's new home on Wllshlre and Berendo Is nearlng comple tion, and they will take possession before Christmas. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chandler o£ Tropico announce the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Flora, to Edward Henry Weston of Chicago. Wedded in Kentucky Many-Los Angeles people and residents of Santa Monica-by-thr-Sea are inter* ested in the marriage of Mra Edith Ter ry of Louisville, Ky., and Kenneth Preuss of this city, which took place November 30 at the home of tho brlde'-b parents, and in th« presence of only a few relatives and clone friends. Mr. and Mrs. Preuss first met during a visit the bride made to her aunt, Mrs. Wiley Wells, in Santa Monica, and they have many friends to bid them welcome. Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. 1,. H. Dutton, 1632 South Flower street, celebrated their crystal wedding anniversary Thursday evening, und In observance of tho date Mr. and Mrs. R. C. P. Smith of 1044 Gratton street entertained with a five hundred party at which they were guests of honor. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. D. F. ttorgan, 1213 West Eleventh street, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Ariiune Horgan, and Robert B. Brown of this city. The marriage will tako place early in the new year. Guest of Mrs. John Alton Mrs. Tom Alton, accompanied by her daughter, Miss 1 Florenco Alton, prominent society people of San Matco, are the house guests of Mrs. John Alton at 199 East Thirty-sixth etreet. Later Mrs. and Mibh Alton will visit at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Frank K. Rule, 1018 Lake street. To Entertain Club Mrs. Kollo Bnell wi;i entertain the mom fter& of tho "As Foil Like It" club next Friday at her home, 407 \Vcst Avenue Fifty-two. I Cosmos Club Mrs. Emma Al. Greenlcaf la announces to speak before the Connioe club tfft af ternoon of December 11, the subject 10 be "Fiction Based on the Facts of History." A parliamentary drill will precede the lecture. Thlß meeting is to bo the only meeting of the Cosmos club during De cember. " The newly founded Shakespeare class wl'.l meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the president, Mrs. George W. Jor dan, 3012 Vermont avenue. Pro-Cathedral Bazaar The parish and altar guilds of St. Paul's pro-cathedral will hold thoir annual Christmau bazaar at Hotel Alexandria Wednesday and Thursday. The beautiful banquet rooms of Jhe hotel will bo thrown open both afternoon and evening on the days above mentioned, and hii oppor tunity will be afforded of obtaining Christ inas tfifts unusually novel, artistic, dainty CHRISTMAS % \fe?^ PRESENTS J^wffiECXlN ; fr' --That give comfort to user and dla- \S6fcei^~^«BT|^^^®^^*o f tinction to the horne v : ;- ; JD* RB£DCRAFTSjM "^s^^"; \f 3^'' Has ihenj. Wo have Go-Carts and • \uJ Baby Carriages with h.oodt. F F MtViIFN ms xv. Fifth st. «• c * •"• • ucn PART n n.nd beautiful. Tho women's organiza tions of fh<! 1 pro-eallieflrHl have Well ranted reputation for Iho txei|)lene« ami variety of their handiwork, , and the of ferings- for this event are exceptionally' attractive. Actively interested aro th« Following well known Women I Patronesses, Milieu. .1. J. Wllkins, Henry 1 T. Lee, Jolm.B. WlgOlore, Edgar Palmer, Bnoeh Knight, Alfred Cooper, C. D. Viole, W. H. nirhHrdß, A. A. Tulmag*. J. H. ; MeCUIIc-eh, Fielding J. Stllson, Belle Pul ton, K. J. Brent: committee on arrange ments, Mrs. Frank A. Kelly, chairman! Miss lCmily > Washbiim, secretary; Mines. ('. B. Booths, Edwin A. Curtis, F. G. I'Hrkpr, Misses Mabello. Hatch, Curoliro LniiKsheVo and ' Shirley KulinH; fancy work. ' Mm™. C. is. Bootho, Frank* W. King. E. A. Curtis, B. E. Price, Max JO. Parker, 1 ' Misses ¦ Shirley Kuhns, 'Olive liarphaffl, ". Kitty TVsibrldg: 0 . ,-Psu!!«» Lynch and Pearl Pease: holiday table, Mmes. W. Jarvls Barlow, Henry Howard, Ernest Douglas, Misses Mary Ryan, Maudo Ryan, Gertrude King. and Mary Elliott; fancy" aprons, Mines. C. W. Parker, Harry J. Lelande, Misses Mildred Clark*, Becky Lynch and PritcharU; candy, Mmes. Dora Davidson. Bosshurdl, Misses Caroline Longshore. Viol* Curtis, Lillian Moore, Florence Pollard, Carr* Granger, : lone Ditch, Ethel Moore and Katharine 'Bosshardt; flowers, Mrs. F. G. Parker, Misses Frances Parker, Ruth Davidson, Katharine ! Ramsburg, Jessie Parker and Ethel Wyatt; plain aprons, Mmes. E. C. Dieter, George H. Kress and H. C. Hhelton; everything for the home, Mmes. M. C. Clacius, Dwlght Ross, Misses Beatrice Wlgmore, Alice . Henderson, Lomax and Mrs. Jack; bags. Mines. Jerome Russell, J. R. Van Bant, Vollmer and Miss Signe Holquist; slippers, .Missed Mildred Broolcinan. Florence Cronkhltfl and Mrs. Edith Baldwin; handkerchiefs, Mrs. George Bhelton, Misses Ethel Red mond "and Gertrude Reeves; cashiers, Misses Mabelle Hatch, Lulu Curtis, Dud tan and Mrs. A. Br^Lauder; parcels; Mrs. H. E. Spencer, Mrs. Wilson, Misses Flor ence Marriott, Jean Frances Kelly and Lucile Jones; ushers, Misses Josephine Dunkelberger, ! Kathleen . Totenham, Ella's Kelly, Mabel Stuart, Bertha Lull, Alice Elliott, Helen Brant, and Florence Brown. Rev. L. M. (dlenmn's Sunday School class, consisting of twenty young girls, will act as messengers. Has Chosen Attendants Mies Hazel Lillian Malbriter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Halbriter oi 40!) West Thirty-third street, whose en gagement to Arthur J. Nelson, a young business man of San Francisco, was one of (he interesting announcements of the Week, has chosen her attendants. Miss Harah Goldberg is to be maid of honor and Mrs. Frank Tyler and Mrs. Claudia Perry Of San Francisco Will serve as matrons of honor. William Nelson will act as best man for his brother, the groom-to-be. The wedding will be solemnized in June. On Official Visit Dr. and Mrt.' J. W. Trueworthy enter tained for a few days last week Mrs. Trueworthy's brother-in-law, O. G. Has kett, U. S. N.. of Washington, D. C. M-\ Haskett has gon# to Sau Francisco, whera ho will join J. E. Kerr, pay Inspector of United States navy, who Is making an official visit to the Pacific fleet, and will return to LOS Angeles for a short visit in January. At Hotel Burlington Among those who have recently taken apartments at Hotel Burlington arc Dr. c.nd Mrs. 0. K. Dickinson and Miss Nora Dickinson, who have ranted their home at 1003 Beacon street for the winter. Mrs. Dickinson and Miss Dickinson will receive (Continued on Pace Three.) PARISIAN WOMEN'S , RENOWNED BEAUTY Mainly Consists of Beautiful Com. plexiona — Specialist Gives Splendid Formula ' j -¦ ~ \ '. ';-;> : In a recent > interview Dr. Jean Val- lcr, the ctntnont dermatologist, made some very Interesting statements con- cerning the beauty of the fair sex. Me claimed the highest typo of features and thoco that approach nearest to the old Greek . standards aro to be found in America. . "Although the -French ladles , are., world renowned . for their - beauty,, they lack the classical mould of face,- But ; this defect Is evidently counterbalanced by their matchless complexions. l To this they give the most rigid care in the matter of diet , and dally massages. '.'•• ,-v . : [ ~ Dr. Valller ' gave the formula for skin foOd which .he said had worked wonders for the society ladles of Paris , and which,, thou Th' a;• simple mixture. is probably the most effective known . to ) science for restoring the., normal • rosy complexion and 'building upithe • undeveloped parts of the face, neck and bust. ¦•: 'The formula Is as follows: Two . ounces :of . Rose Water; one Ounce; Col- ogne Spirits, and ¦ four ounces Sartoin , (rrygtallzerl). ¦¦ ;\ . -¦• ' '- :';.' The Sartoin ' is ' to be dissolved in a V pint of hot •water (not toiling'), then when cooled to be strained i through ,a fine cloth, and" J the ''Hose i' Water and; . Cologne Spirits added,'.' This is to bo used < twice I a day and . massaged veil ' ; Into the skin, and if persisted In there ,'.. will bo no further need for powders ' or, J. rouge.).. It .'is not expensive, the -In-.-- gredients being obtainable frontt : : any '¦ druggist; and ' corning, from, 'such i high . authority ! i - well worth ; a \ thorough trial.