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SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK THF. HONEST COMTEK'S PRAYER From i the many bad lies upon the links , ■a St.'; Andrew guard me still; From th« line In Band and the rupi.y lie And the lie on the steep «lde hill. From the lie In grass and the stymied He And the lie of the golfing bore- But of all bad lies I pray theo grace Prom the lie about the score. I**," -.,. —Western Golfer. |TT TITH. the merry season of golf WITH the merry season of with tournaments upon us, with V ' • Nazlmova at the Mason last week and the Shriners and Ben Greet J and the Russian orchestra demanding our attention for the next six days, life lis indeed strenuous, and one's conversa tion, is apt to become a mix of "tees and "caddies" and ethical questions as to i the relative value to a woman of i<long- lashes such as the above men tioned-actress posesses, and a casual : query about the authority for suppos- I ing . that Shakespeare really did writ, ; the i. Skakespearean plays, don t you '' ■ "Let 'us take heart, my brethren, the ? days of vacation are close at hand. Mrs Edward Janss of Beacon street /was hostess at a luncheon given Friday ;In compliment to Mrs. R. F. Wilson. who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. v. Sale of Alvarado terrace. Other guests were Mrs. H. Jevne, Mis. ; J. H. Jevne, Mrs. H. Menneberger, Mrs. Arthur Braly, Mrs. Harold Braly. Mrs. L Moutrie and Mrs. Herman Janss. . Mrs • Wilson will leave May 1 for her \ home in Eau ClairWis. Mrs. Florence Crampton of Menlo avenue entertained yesterday with a luncheon and bridge at the Annandale Country club. Among the distinguished visitors which the east has loaned to Southern California this season if Dr. Km Rey nolds, who holds the chair of English literature at the University of Chicago and who Is visiting her father Rev. N. L, Reynolds of East Avenue Sixty, ami her sister. Miss Reynolds. She is also a sister of Mrs. Stewart Lobingler of Dr Reynolds Is not only eminent In her profession but is also a handsome woman of fine presence and her por trait, just finished by Chase, the New York artist, is to be hung in Foster hall at the Chicago university, wnere Dr. Reynolds is the head. — &~~ Miss Emily Knox Reynolds of Bait Avenue Sixty was hostess yesterday afternoon at the annual meeting oft Rockford College association the affair inking the form of a reception. Hie association has a membership of over flf Miss Reynolds, who was formerly president of the college, entertained her guests on the beautiful terraced lawn which overlooks the arroyo and which forms a point of vantage for a delightful view of the surrounding foot hl Dr. Dr. Myra Reynolds and Mrs. Lobingier were among the guests. Mrs H. K. Williamson, who is 1(?av'; Ing May 10 for Europe, was special guest at a luncheon and bridge given yesterday by Mrs. Elizabeth Nash and her daughter. Mrs. John B. Cornwall of Wilshire boulevard. Rustum Vlcajl. the English painter who is showing his pictures at the Kanst gallery this week, entertained with a tea last night in the studio, thus giving his friends the pleasure of a private view. by the way is not to Vlcajl, who by the way is not to blame for his name as he has Persian parentage, has just completed a por trait of Mrs. Kellogg of Altadena. —4~ Mrs. Edward L. Doheny will enter tain with a garden party at her hand some residence in Chester place Satur day, the affair taking on the charac teristics of a May day event. —>- Mr and Mrs. Paul de Longpre are leaving April 23 for Honolulu, where they will spend four or live weeks. Both Mr. and Mrs. de Longpre were | seriously 111 all winter, and the trip to the island Is being taken with thu hope that it will bring renewed health. The youngest daughter, Miss Paulina, l will accompany her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chandler, prom inent residents of Indianapolis, have come to Los Angeles for a stay of a year, and have taken a house at 416 West Thirty-first street. Mrs. Chandler entertained Thursday ■with an elaborately appointed luncheon for Mrs. Mary Woods and daughter, Mrs. George Peters of Danville, 111.. friends asked to meet the special guests being Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. George SisK, Mrs. Edwin Williams, Mrs. Whitney Bray, Mrs. Thompson and Miss Fern Smith. -4— Mrs. Charles Van Valkenburg of Gramercy place has issued invita tions for a theater party Tuesday, when she will entertain her guests at the Grand and later at the Pig n Whis tle. Friends who will compose the party are Mrs. Bchuyler Thompson, Mrs. Wil liam Gibson, .Mrs. Herbert Stinchfield, Mrs. Thomas Rendle, Mrs. Louis Moo- Mr, Mrs. George Van Valkenhurg, Mr». Earl Odell, Mi*s Blngham, Miss Ruth Bingha.ni, Miss Heiman, -Miss- Toldie Heiman, Miss Adeline Stanton and Miss Mabel Brown. 4* The many friends who are sympa thizing with Mrs. Wallace Hardison in her recent sad bereavement will be in- I terested to know thai she will probably pass the summer with her mother. Mis. Daily-Warner, and that they will prob ably sail from Seattle the latter part of May for a summer in Alaska, where they will join Mr. Warner, who went on the April boat. -*- Mrs. Stephen Wilder of Hobart hnu levard will be hostess at a bridge luncheon to be given April 27. Twelve tables will lie set for the same. —*- Mrs. J. I!. Millnrd of South Alvaradn street will entertain about fifty guests at a five hundred matinee Saturday The hostess will he assisted in receiving by her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Mills, and Mrs. Willetts .7. Hole. —*- A cable just received from Shanghai China, announces the safe arrival at that port on their tour around the world of Mr. mid Mrs. A. K. Ponieroy, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Brotherton, Mrs. j and Miss Chiehester, Dr. Splnks, Charles Stimson and others of the German- American Savings bank party. —<$.—• Miss Sarah Louis* Cogswell will be at home informally to her friends at the residence of her parents, 1423 Reid street, during her engagement this week at the Los Angeles theater. Mrs. Gilbert S. Wright of WHshlro boulevard, children and nurse, ere I spending a few weeks at the new Stratford Inn at Del Mar. -*- Miss Lillian Werth-Fruhllng of Girard street and Miss Emma Huffman left • Monday for San Francisco, where they will spend a month or six weeks. Be fore her return to Low Angeles Mrs. YWerth-Fruhllng will give several i on ■ certs in the northern city. —♦- *.'. A. F. .Smith and Clinton Newman .were hosts Wednesday evening at a 'stag party. Short stories were a fea ture of. the evening, prize* being rap. i tured by Seward Cole and Leland Fag-1 Charmnig Bride-Elect Who Was Honored at Pre-Nuptial Dinner -'..."•'. ' ■ -■-■■'. «*-s> &> Sp* ft >■■■ %j f^j B\\ MISS ELEANOR HOLLAND, Whose marriage with William Bosbyshell is to be one of the June events - Photo ny Suski. tar. At the conclusion of the evening a Dutch supper was served. -<» ■ Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ora May Courtright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Court right of South Soto street and Clayton J. Wheeler, the wedding having taken place at the home of the bride's parents Saturday. April 10. -♦— Miss Henrietta Gilford of San Bernar dino is the Sunday guest of her sisters. Miss Minnie and Louise Gifford of Hotel Moore -♦- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Lans ing, after a two-months' stay In Cali- | fornia, left Thursday via the Canadian Pacific for their home in New York City, where Mr. Lansing is a well known member of the bar. Mr. and Mrs. Lansing have been west on their wedding trip. -*— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rouse and son Jack have taken a cottage at Ocean i Park for the summer. Mrs. Alonzo Parson Lee, who has been spending the winter at Hotel Green, will be the house guest for a I fortnight of Mrs. Albert John Prosser of West Twenty-second street. Mrs. Lee will spend the summer at San Rafael, where she will join Mr. Lee. -4— A genuine surprise was sprung on friends of the contracting parties when ! word was received here of the mar riage in San Bernardino Thursday of ' Mrs. Jennie E. Bond of Los Angeles i and J. W. Montgomery, late of Nash ville, Term., as they had nominally left for a trip around the Kite Shaped track. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will re turn from a visit to various cities in the southern part of the state to make their home for a time at least In Los Angeles, and after May 1 will be at home on East Twenty-seventh street. A pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mrs. Robertson on East Thir ty-first street Wednesday night, when Miss .lean Hall of Selkirk, Scotland, was united in marriage with Andrew Brown of Los Angeles, Rev. Dr. Bresee officiating. The bride was lovely In | a gown of cream aeollne over cream silk, and carried ■■< bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley, Miss Adelaide Con quer, a cousin of Mrs. Robertson's, who attended the bride, also wore cream silk, and carried a shower of pink carnations. Little Ella Robertson, who served as flower girl, wore a dainty white frock. George Brown stood with his brother. After the service supper was served to a large number of guests. The rooms were profusely decorated for the occa sion, and friends of the bride and bridegroom remembered them with nu merous sifts. The bride and Miss Conquer arrived from Scotland Friday. *~ Miss Edith May Sohn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sohn of West Forty-third place, and Harry S. Rob ertson were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. G. Talmer of the South Park Presbyterian church, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, upon their return from their bridal trip, which In. eludes visits to Pan Diego and pities In Mexico, will be at home to their friends in Smith Pasadena. ■-*- ' Members of the senior class of the Girls' Collegiate school participated in , a motor ride to Riverside Thursday, rhaperone being Mrs. P. P. Bonham and Mrs. r. W. Pendleton, Dinner was served to the party nt I Glenwood tavern. The party included the Misses Charlotte Wadsworth, Rita Morris, Donna Amsden, Rose Alex ander, Laura McVay. Ha/el Barlow, Helen McKavlt, Florence Loucks, olive S. Read. Dorothy Woollacott, Jean Lines, Gladys Moore, Earlda Baker. Gladys i.c Fetra, lone Lowman, Irene Bonham, Estell Miller. Sara Hana walt, Helen Levy, Irma Polaskl, Dor othy Pollens, Ella Gates, Ella Hinkle, Bernice Jameson, Albertlna Pendleton, Lilla Mushet and Eleanor Sicgle. The marriage of Miss Lena Souder, daughter of Mrs. M. .1. Souder, for merly of Chicago, and Jesse Bean was solemnized Wednesday evening at th« home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Joseph Palmer, Alhambra. Rev. .1. Harding of the Alhambra Methodist officiated. Mr. and Mis. Bean will be at home t.i friends at the Taylor apartments, Ninth and Flower streets. | ■ Members of the Sigma Theta sm-or -1 Itv entertained sixty euests at a dance LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1909 Saturday evening at the home of Miss Agnes Johnson, East Prospect avenue, Hollywood. Members of the sorority are Miss Agnes Johnson, Miss Hazel Keeler, Mis- Grace Campbell. Miss Josephine Campbell, Miss Beatrice Chambers, Miss Frances Wolsey, Miss Irene Mc- Millan, Miss Harriet Candee. Miss Lil lian Cox and Miss Grace Hussey. Miss Helen Ginther. whose marriage with Carl Kwis will be one of the June events, is to be special guest at a mis cellaneous shower to be given Friday by Mrs. A. L. Smith and Miss Irene Smith of West Washington street. Among the guests will bo Mrs. R. De Long, Mrs. W. Schlosser. Mrs. W. H. Helpes, Mrs. Charles. Campbell, Mrs. J. Cole. Mrs. Charles Cole and Miss Cora Cole of Whittier. Miss Ruby Wright, Miss Inez Johnston, Miss Lila Campbell, Miss Maude Anderson, Miss Rhoda Smith and Miss Irene Meyer. —J— Members of the Alpha Upsilon Pi sorority of the Dental college of South ern California entertained with a din ner in the Japanese room of the Tatler recently, the event celebrating the initiation of Mrs. Eva Numbers, Miss Edna Hatcher and Miss Leila Crewe. Members of the sorority are Dr. Kate D. Buck, president; Dr. Amy Bowman, Dr. Evangeline M. Jordan, Dr. Minnie Proctor, Dr. Ida Boyd. Dr. Kate Moody and Dr. Gelette W. Har bour. -*- Mrs. Thomas Wilkes of Avenue 64 has just returned from Ocean Park, where she was the house guest of her mother, Mrs. William Green. -+- Miss Delia Porter and Sumner Por ter of Beaumont are guests at Hotel Angelus. Mrs. Mary S. Norris and daughter. Miss Marian Norris, are spending sev eral weeks at Ocean Park. -*- Mrs. Samuel E. Vermilyea of Park View avenue gave a reception Friday which was one of the largely attended affairs of the week, being assisted by her mother, Mrs. Robert Voyle, and by Mrs. K. E. Edmonds. Guests were served in the dining room by the daughter of the hostess, Miss Frances Vermilyea; Miss lleen Bullis, Miss Helen Wlssler, Miss Mar- Jorle Bastuble and Miss Edna Hutch inson. A program of vocal selections and'readlngs was given by Mrs. Charles Stanley and Miss Ethel Mc- Dougal. -*- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Transue have returned from Sacramento and are. again occupying their home on Tren ton street. "-'\- —♦- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rech are also I home from the north and are at! Ocean Park. -*- Mrs. George S. Hupp of West Twen ty-third street Is giving a bridge mati nee Tuesday In compliment to Miss Weldman of Chilllcothe, O. Guests asked to meet Miss Weidman are Mrs. Robert Brunton, Mrs. N. B. Carter, Mrs. Ethel Graham, Mrs. Mathew W. Bverhardy, Mrs. James Ford, Mrs. E. M. Outhrie, Mrs. F. F. Weilder, Mrs. William Thayer. Miss Arabelle Lind gey ' and Miss Maude Elizabeth Richards. • v> -*- .Mrs. Harley W. Brundnge of Church avenue was hostess Thursday at a musicale given as a.courtesy to Mrs. Frances Smart of Denver, a guest of Mis. Clarence Pease on Union avenue. The delightful program' was fur nished by Miss Mamie Clossman of Zanesville, Ohio, and Miss Maud E. j Fischer, who rendered piano solos, and Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Fay Hamerman and Miss Mabel Brundage, who were heard in vocal selections. Mrs. Smart entertained with a group i of old-fashioned songs. -*- Mrs. Ernest Taylor of East Thirty sixth street was hostess Friday at a bridge matinee of ten tables, with which she complimented Mrs. Walter Parker of' Berkeley. Mrs. Parker Is visiting Mrs. Charles Daggett of the Hotel winnewaska., The list of guests Included Mmes. John Alton, E. W. Blacher, Andrews, I've,i Boynton, Berner, Joseph Cham bers, p. Carey, Alexander Edouart, Hall, Cliff Fox, Geruent, Mabel, Wil liam Garnett, Lawrence, Frank Hud son, Ray Hlllmall. Benjamin Joyce, Remmel, Sassforth, May Moultle, Wil liam pealrs, stiff. Mabel prltchard, John Rennln, Albert Sherer, Peter Spear, William Shrader. Robert Steams, Clyde Taylor, R. S. Tousley, J. S. Talbot, Thomas Vljrus, O. S. Weston. David Wen and Miss Kate Garnett. -♦- .< • • :- I Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Ashworth, with their daughter, Mrs. F.H. Lan caster, and her son Lawrence, will ar rive from Sacramento next week to be the guests for a few days of Mrs. Ash worth's sister. Mrs. Mathew W. Ev erhardy of Alvarado terrace. The par ty are enroute to New York, from which port they will sail for a stay of a year In London, where Mrs. Lancas ter's son will study music. . 'i -*- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. How of 1919 San Pedro street entertained Monday night in celebration of the eighteenth birthday anniversary' of their daugh ter, Darlnka. The evening was spent with music and games, after which re freshments were served. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Loplalch. Miss Ada Bird, Miss Nellie Howell, Miss Lottie Miller, Miss Alice Bird, Miss Martha Dietrich, Miss Emily Bird, Messrs. Carl Gross, Robert Bird, Ivo Lopizich, Nlco Man dich. "-♦- ■ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Braly arrived In New York Wednesday and are expect ed to reach Los Angeles early In May. I The next fortnight will be spent in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Braly sailed from San Francisco last fall for a trip around the world. Mrs. C. L. Higbee of West Ninth street is giving a series of luncheons this week, the first, Tuesday, to be fol lowed by others Wednesday and Fri day. -*- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsch of Hotel Melrose are leaving soon for a visit of six months In Chicago and St. Joseph, Missouri. -♦- Mrs. Allen Aldrt. h of Westlake hotel entertained with a bridge luncheon of eight covers Wednesday, other guests coming for the game. A marriage of interest to many friends was that of Miss Hilda Kuban. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kuban of Santa Fe Springs, and Phillip I Grohs, jr.. '. which was solemnized Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock in i St. Patrick's church, the ceremony being preceded by nuptial mass. Rev. I Father O'Relley officiated. Attending the bride was a maid of honor. Miss Elizabeth Grohs. sister of the groom, and the bridesmaids, Miss Clara Wolfe and Miss Edna Kuban, the latter a sister of the bride. The little flower girls were Katherine Grohs and Ruth Kuban, sisters of the bridegroom and bride. The ring was carried by Rosario Rico. Following the ceremony a formal wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grohs, fa ther and mother of the bridegroom. | Pink roses and asparagus fern deco rated all the rooms-for the gathering, which was attended- by seventy-five relatives and friends. For her marriage the bride was gowned in white net, cut princess, and her veil was caught to her hair by a wreath of myrtle and lilies of the val ley, while her bouquet was a shower of lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Grohs are leaving Mon day for a few months of camp life near the Owens river aqueduct headquar ters, where Mr. Grohs Is employed, but they are planning later to go to Cata lina for the summer. Mrs. Edwin A. Palmer, Mrs. James W. Morgan, Miss Florence Palmer and Miss Jessie Morgan of Hollywood have Issued cards for a "five hundred" party to be given Tuesday at the Mountain View Inn. The hostesses will be assisted by Mrs. Ella Hoar. Mrs. Cason, Mrs. C. J. George, Mrs. Mason. Mrs. Walter Poor, Miss Minnie Bridges, Miss Lillian Moodie and Miss Blanche Fitch; -*- Miss Eleanor Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Holland of Coron ado street, and William Bosbyshell, whose engagement was recently an nounced, were special guests at a din ner given Wednesday evening by Mrs. W. F. Bosbyshell of West Eleventh street, aunt of the groom-elect. Guests included members of the bridal party, who are Miss Rae Squires, maid of honor; Miss Belle Hart, Miss Ma mie Packard, Miss Helen Bosbyshell, Mr. Book, who is to be best man, and Messrs. Charles Rixon, Stump and Ralph Falrburn. The wedding will take place April 28 at the English Lutheran church, Rev. Herbert J. Weaver, officiating. Miss Holland entertained the young women of her bridal party and Mrs. A. C. Hamilton yesterday afternoon at the Orpheum. After the performance the guests had tea at the Alexandria. -*- Mis. J. A. Moore of Carondalet street entertained with a luncheon and bridge Thursday in compliment to Mrs. Ar thur Nash, a recent bride. The table was decorated with pink roses, places being marked by cards bearing tiny Cupids. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Nash, Mrs. Arthur Nash, Mrs. Alice Covert, Mrs. John Cornwall, Mrs. H. K. Williamson, Mrs. R. B. William son, Mrs. Frank Strong, Mrs. J. A. Frame, Mrs. G. R. Crumley. Mrs. Ben nett, Mrs. Harry Moore, Mrs. Henry Fenemore, Mrs. William W. Mince, airs. O. J. de Lengrlcle and Miss Chris tian. -*- Miss Olive Perclval gave an Informal garden tea yesterday afternoon at her home in Garvanza arroyo. Invitations were Issued to one hundred and fifty guests. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Estelle Heartt-Dreyfus, Mrs. Una Hopkins, Mrs. Gerald Harcourt, Mrs. Eugene Torrey, Mrs. Arthur Levitt, Mrs. Bert Null, Miss Marie Crowe, Miss Lillian Drain, Miss Kathryn RUCker, Miss Florence Moore, Miss Pauline Curran and Mrs. Marion Pope. Mrs. Le Grand Reed of Toronto. Can ada, who Is the house guest of Mrs. Frank' A. McDonald of La Salle ave nue, was entertained by her hostess Friday afternoon with a tea. In the receiving line were Mrs. Mor ris Albee, Mrs. Landon H. Horton, Mrs. Edward L. Doheny, Miss Winifred Llewellyn, Miss Elsa Mllner, Mrs. Frank Rule. Mrs. Jack McGarry and Mrs. W. J. Myers. ' -*- Members of the Cota de Ora club en tertained last week with a Japanese fiance at the home of Miss Blanch? I Grass, Prospect street, Hollywood. Members of the club are Miss Blanche Grass. Miss Ora Hudson, Miss Bessie (Forbes, Miss Ramona Harris, .Miss Mabel Lewis, Miss Lucile Rishel and Miss Mildred Lowther. -+- Mr, and Mrs. Ray L. Chesbro, who returned from their bridal trip Mon day, have taken a house at 1119 Rich street. Mr. and Mrs. Chesbro were special guests Monday evening at the meeting of a five hundred dub enter tained by Miss Marjory Baxter and Miss Ruth Baxter. Miss Cassandra Havard entertained members of the Entre Nous sorority. U. 8, c.. Saturday at her home in Whlt tier. Miss Elsie Behymer of Los An geles was initiated In the morning, and in the afternoon a delightful picnic was enjoyed. i• ' - «j»-- Mrs. Charles Kleeman, a winter Vis itor to Los Angeles, was joined here Monday by Mr, Kleeman. who was re turning from Mexico, where he has been for a year, and they left Wednes- day night for Seattle, in which city Mr. ' Kleeman will enter business, Mrs. L. B. Jorgenson of South Vine street, Hollywood, Is giving a dinner of twelve cover* tonight, at which the honors are to be shared by Miss Helon Morton Young of St. Louis, who Is vis iting friends in and about Los Angeles, and Miss California Marlon Wilson, whose marriage with' Ellis Paul Gray will be solemnized April 27. ■ -*- Mrs. T. R. Spellacy of West Sixth street was hostess at an Informal after noon Wednesday.' A -delightful Im promptu program .was .rendered by Miss Edith Parker, who contributed readings, and Miss Martha. Alexander, who rendered violin solos. Mrs. Spcl lacy was assisted'by Mrs. James Clut ter and Miss Helen Williams. .... . -+- The evening affair given annually by the women of the As You Like It card club In compliment to their, husbands took place Friday. night at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Fitch on Har vard boulevard. ' .' * ' ■'. . The joliy evening was enjoyed by Messrs. and Mesdames" Robert C. P. Smith, L. B. Parker, Harry Havard, Charles H. Faulkner, William English, Harry Arnold, John Albert '. Prosser, j Mark Turnbull, Clarence Pease, Homer ■ Morris, Mrs. Martha N. Symmes and Miss Ellen H. Wheeler. The women's prizes In cut glass and .a cup and saucer, were awarded to Mines.. William English, George Jen kins and L. K. Parker. Those for the men, a champagne cooler, game shears and a stein, were won by Messrs. S. Maniey Pye, Harry Hazard and Harry Arnold. • . ' • Mrs, Robert Marsh of Westehester place complimented Miss Ray Johnson, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Gail v B. Johnson, whose marriage to Henry B. Morse will take place April 28. with a garden breakfast Friday morning. Among the guests were Mrs. King Macomber, Mrs. John Honze. Mrs. Ed. ward Bosbyshell, Mrs. Nicholas Mil bank. Mrs. Francis Miller, Mrs. Loom, Is. Mrs. Louise Pratt, Mrs. Lawrence ! Rurck, Mrs. Leo Schaffcr, Mrs. Gail B. , Johnson, Mrs. Willard Black, Mrs. I John Tanner, Mrs. Alfred Donneau, , Mrs. William Mines, Mrs. Edward I Groenendyke of Pasadena and th« : Misses Grace Mellus, Florence Avery. Florence Clark, Sarah Utley, Marjnrie Bolt and Marlon McGilvray of Pasa dena; Gates, June Gates, Adele Morln. Emma Bates, Getrude King, Amy Brunswig. Grace Rowley and Kather ine Ridgway. —*•- Mrs. Clara N. Johnston of Ashtabula, Ohio, and James P. Burns, a business man of Los Angeles, were married in San Diego April 14. Rev. Father Me- Nellls officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Syd ney Hill and Miss Grace Bowers were the attendants. After a short stay at f'oronado Mr. and Mrs. Burns will be at home at Hershey Arms. Mr. Burns Is a member of the Jonathan club. -4— Mrs. Lester Robinson of Beacon street was hostess Friday at a meet ing of the bridge club of which she is a member, and entertained her guests with a Spanish luncheon. Spanish ideas were carried out in both the place and score cards. -*- Miss Grace Dußois and James A. Weiss were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dute. Winter street, at 9:30 Easter morning, Rev. G. W. Palmer officiating. The bride was beautifully dressed in a gown of white silk trimmed with lace and Insertion, Mrs. Mary Cline-of San Diego, sister of the groom, attended as matron, and Lee Dußols, brother of the bride, stood with the groom. Vows were exchanged beneath a large bell of white carnations and ferns suspended from a canopy of white and green, and the ring was car ried on a pillow of white satin by lit tle 3-year-old May Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. Weiss will be at horn.' to friends after April 18 at 1381 East Fifty-seventh street. -*- Mrs. W. H. Code of Whitley avenue, Hollywood, was hostess at a delight ful musieale yesterday morning, # given in compliment to her niece, Mrs. John Bowman, and Mrs. F. Hatswell. Those who contributed to the morn ing's .program were Mrs. Bowman, who rendered! vocal solos, Miss Anne Kavanaugh with readings, Mr. Kunitz, pianist, and Mr. Grover, violinist. Misses Inez and Ethel Jones enter tained Saturday afternoon with Five Hundred at their home on West Twen ty-second street, in honor of their cousin Miss Nano Whlttlesey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Whlttlesey, whose marriage with Cecil N. Rosen thai will be solemnized early in May. Guests included Mrs. H. Clay Walker, Mrs. George R. Haddock. Mrs. George L. Reynolds, Mrs. Albert Janssen, Mrs. R. T. Whittlesey and Mrs. T. W. Jones: Misses Ada Henry, Florence Browning. Doris Rosenthal. Lillian Thielen, Katherine Pool, Jo Rosenthal, Mabel Leavltt. Eleanor Kramer, Lucy Slaughter, Edith Kramer, Helen Smy ser, Bessie Kramer, Louise Pool, Eva Burgesser and Willy Smyser. « »» lir. Wella, O»t»oi>nth. ■ 110% d, Sprlnf. f.o«» a good-pay tenant, or boarder? l.rl ■ want ad help you to take It like a philoso pher. W. O. HENDERSON i| Parasol anil I'mhrrlla Fartory. i| Eatabllrhad 20 years In Los Angalaa. ) Para!-ol» and umbrellas made to order, , re-covered and repaired. 63(1 8. Broad- i way F-19HJ —. rtf^y^^lk^ bargains IN €&3j*Lgi23K£i HAIR SWITCHES f<f?lBj&tfrSj3|Mt This week all tin ami W»™^rvei'**»wSE!''l "" Switches only $4.50. Ay^SMKSfIBMrT^ Straight and wave. '^BsHPS^^Pp' J* all nice, long hair and Iff Mr" y»* short stem, less than 71 fih** 7 wholesale prices. Gray // yaWi and all shades. Hilly Xl_ "3' Burkes, Jl up, worth •^ double. Janes In &11 Hhaili.'H, from $2 up. Transformations, $8 up. worth $12 to $19. Rolls, net covered, 25c up, worth 60c. Puffs, seta of 4, always sold at $1.50. for 76c, while they last. Hair curlings made up to order. Mall ordera filled. Send sample. I.OS an<;i:i.i;h hair store, Wholrsata and Retnll. 88'Ji^ NOUTH BROADWAY. . I STENCILLING - . —l«ii(M l>)f — . •, < H.I I Hit 4.V : Itll'KEß. ;"- CUiut I'lld In the V. M . C. «. ' Imjuir. (!• terraa. '■:'.,':, ; JmmL-i The Automatic IFBHRi Refrigerator' \ I W* call your cto*» attention to Urn I P Wfflr)i\ Accompanying Illmtntloa. MiiUffinni fora I I Antomatics are not built on same plan •> Jl,, , I Eac*^l H the old way goods. Of course not. They ll»<fiaas^S^=_ fi wouldn't be any better if they were. They fe=p=j;g^^^aEEs-fl are iced from the front. The to is station- . .:■■'. ■a ■ ■■.... . v*-x "f ■ ary; good place to store kitchen goods.? •;. '■ .'.£Sjgi : L^J Provision chamber more convenient, more ' % J ~ 2 Door-Box. Doors Open. shelves. Shelf room is what you buy a re _, . frigerator for. More space between shelves. You know how very convenient this is, or do you ? If you are using the old way goods you don't know. Our directions say: "No need cleaning out this box unless you spill something In It while there Is Ice kept In It." , With the old way goods directions say: "Clean outoncea week; neverput anything warm in provision chamber." Why not? Because they have practic ally no circulation. * Warm stuff means more condensation, more dampness, more mould. In Automatics put hot pies and puddings in them to cool them off. No Condensation, No Dampness and No Mould. Always sweet and cleanly. Food odors will not mix. Meats are kept not j .vi only cool but absolutely dry in Automatics. Automatics are Economical In Consumption off 100. Remember it costs more to run a poor box than it does the best, and a poor box is always.unsatisfactory; therefore a very unwise investment. V ':■■ Automatics havt Adjustable Sliding Slmlvm. '<* 3 Cut this out and preserve it. Watch this Space In the Next Issue of this Paper. wmsmmxmmmmmmmmt^Hknuio us soio timmamaammmmmmmM I 436-444 South Broadway I ... . „ , ..■.. ,'..■■- ;■ ■' ■ ..■,--".. ■ pj Reliable Dentistry Positively Painless | ■ : -> ' ' We have four department*, each In charge of a specialist. Now don't you think that a man devoting himself to one , ' thing'can do It better than a man who tries to do every thing? For example: If you had throat trouble your phy sician would tell you to go to a throat specialist. So In our k'j practice we have as follows: '■. . ■'/ ~ Extraction Specialist who does nothing but extract teeth absolutely without pain. Crown and Bridge Specialist who knows all the latest means of restoring lost teeth without plates. Filling Specialist ; ' who will fill your teeth so well that we give you a 20-year . _i~> guarantee. Plate Specialist who makes plates that are natural, comfortable and that stay in place. -?-i'..'/" The following prices are In effect for 16 days: > Gold Crowns ....;.:... ;........''...;''.; $4.00 "/- ■ v Gold Fillings . .:..' 50 \ Gold Bridgework .' 4.00 :'i-J. Silver Fillings .50 Re-enameling (cost of material about) ....... 1.50 v % Alveolar Bridgework (cost of material about) 5.00 Porcelain Crowns 4.00 Full Set of Teeth S.OZ , Best Set of Teeth. i.OO Free Cleansing, Examination, Extraction Free. y Angelus Dental Company THE CAREFUL DENTISTS 357 South Spring Street, N. W. Corner Fourth St. FASHION'S KEYNOTE By ARABELLA iini ii ■■" T^^^^^^^^^^.i* f Hl^!_ 'i.I "I '*'ll \ I fry /ijip JJa?^! \ **p-'' JB s^Ks^^^sf^^ \ » _f^*r"~*- -jg^^s***^ » ' ,^l^^, ■■■■■ ■ ■ '"'j \ V iCs^|L^y Jsw"'"'<i>> *"M^| r*™ j J V^^^^^^i . /;,. v ■ , , ; ■•.-.. ■■ _ _ : '•'. ■ j ;■'■ ! LOS ANGELES keeps pace with the large eastern cities when it comes to style. For 1909, history seems to be repeating | itself. Get out the old daguerrotype and see yourself as f others will soon see you, for to be strictly stylish you must look' like the women of Marie Louise's time. Women's dress accessories , | have never been shown in -.a, wider and more fetching range of / > , style than during the present season. Shopland is full of the new and the fascinating Ideas. The eager fashionable are always watching the Whitley Jewelry company for smart styles. They are showing a beauti ful line of the silver deposit ware. This is ideally adapted for the man or woman who loves to have things different from other people. How we all do love pretty things! There are numerous people who are per plexed as to what to buy for a gift. This silver deposit ware which Is high class work and skillfully made is just what you are looking for. To the woman who has a beautiful sideboard and wine cabinet this will be a pretty accessory. You find such pieces as wine decanter and glasses, whisky jugs, cocktail sets, ripme de menthe, claret and eggnog pitchers. They also have ljiK.lcet vasoH, pprfume and toilet water bottles. The beauty of this ware is that it comes In different color glass, also the Tiffany glass, the silver deposit giving it the ex quisite finish. So often people say: Why don't the merchant* establish a good mailing order systam? Weaver- PART II Jackson are now making a specialty of that, so all out-of-town custom ers will be promptly waited upon and great care taken with all the orders that their customers send In shall be well and promptly gervad. . So do not hesitate to order Just what you want. Paris has a new skirt known as the "reasonable skirt." The back is furnished with two plaits, which give a certain fullness where It is most needed. Round tablecloths are very pop ular. Some of the handsomest of them have the Greek key border. Back to the fringes of our grand mothers' days. Have you ancestral lace and old jet? If so you are strictly in ft, for fringe Is to be all the rage. I The big, wide, sweeping skirt will most probably follow the clinging style of today. There is a curious furore just now for mother-of-pearl with evening dress. It lights up exquisitely. Irish lace Is having a tremendous vogue. The dainty bolero will soon be with us again.