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Society News
Mrs. Harry Trlsttin Coffin and Mrs.
John Franklin Balllet entertained with
bridge yesterday afternoon at Mis.
Coffin's homo In "West Twentieth
street. The beautiful home was decor
ated with spring blossoms. There were
eight tables.
. -*-
. Mrs. S. M. Kaiser entertained the
officers of the, auxiliary to the Friends
of Veterans at her home In Woodward
avenue yesterday. The decorations
were In red roses to match the hand
painted china, and the place cards
were also hand-painted. Music was
furnished by Miss RUey, a brilliant
pianist. The, guests were Mesdames
Anderson, Bartholomew, Morris,
Adams, PrUßOllo, Rogers, ncrkutn,
Johnson, . Toby, Young, Coloman,
Thompson, Rumkltz, lyes.
v Mrs. Joseph Dlbo entertained with
bridge yesterday afternoon In her home
In Kast Fifth street. The guests were
Mrs. Ralph Sterns, Mrs. J. Alexander
of Denver, Mrs. Wells of Omaha, Mrs.
(J. Ratburn, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Hilda-
Bhein, Mrs. Watzer and Mrs. Prlncen
back. i
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Mrs. Childi O. Carter entertained
with a luncheon at her home in RoysU
street last Tuesday, Mra. R. A. Car
ter of San Bernardino being the es
pecially honored guest. The table was
arranged with red rose buds and cov
rv.) were laid for Mr«. R. A. Carter,
Mrs. W. E, Cummings, Mrs. Addle V.
Smith, Mrs. John Floyd and Mrs.
Yuncy. •>.>/"'
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The Very Rev, and Mrs. T... B. RldsTely
of China, who were entertained by Mr.
Mid Mi:. Hubert of Hobart boulevard
early In the weeli, left (or New York
on Wedneaday, and will stop at varlou.s
ii route.
-4—
Mrs, Cameron Thorn of West Adams
:tii i will entertain with a small
luncheon Wednesday at Hotel Mount
Wai IlillMton.
Among the. prominent persons who
are leeklng relief from the extreme,
gold Of the middle west are Mr. and
Mr- Otla Mlillgan find Mr. and Mrs.
S*rancla Curran, who nre at the Hotel
Letghton, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brooks of ipiingflld, 111., nt the Hollen
beek. As then- are ■ > many Bpiing
it< id people in the city, a number of
Hoelal affairs have been plven In their
Donor. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks expect to
lOi ite here pormnnently.
—♦—
prominent nmnnit the affalri given in
honor or Otis Bkinner, wiio is playing
at the Mason tiiis week, win )"• ;i very
informal reception given by Dr. and
Mrs. Walter Llndley at their < harming
lilmc on Flftueroa street this evening
from | to t:M o'clock. Miss Margaret
(Joeta will sing, and as the affairs of
the titndleya arc always delightful, an
enjoyable afternoon It anticipated by
those Included In the Invitation Hot.
•'The wedding of the new V. Q. 11.
Stevens, pastor of Lake Avenue Meth
odist church, Pasadena, to Mlbs Ade
laide Harrison of Santa Monica will
take place at noon AVednesday, April
13. at the Methodist church In Santa
Monica. The Rev. Mr. Stevens was
formerly pastor of the Santa Monica
church. Miss Harrison has for five
years been city editor of the Santa
Monica Dally Outlook. Both young
people are well known here. The Rev.
O. B. Cliff, pastor of Highland Park M.
E. church, Los Angeles, will officiate.
Mrs. William Blanchard Kennedy *m
terttiined with a luncheon and theater
Tarty yesterday afternoon at th«
jlerohey Arms. The table was done in
yellow, a rich cluny lace cloth over
yellow satin, with a great profusion of
yellow daffodils. Coven were laid for
HERALD PATTERNS
' A» ik farther convenience to our readers all
patterns ordered from The. Herald will here
after be delivered within five days from the
time, the order Is received In tills office. This
Insures ten days' prompter delivery of pat
terns than has ever before been attempted
by any nenrananer In T.n« Angeles. ,
: . .
BMT
LADIES 1 SHTRTWATBT.
HERALD PATTERN NO. 3227
All Beams Allowed.
The douhle-plak '"Gibson" t«lrtwaUt
is one of the favorite models of this
spring. When It closes at the bank, as
does the one hare shown. It offers fine
possibilities for decoration with braid
ing or hand embroidery. Tlila partlou-
Jar design supplies two styles of sleeves,
bishop ones of medium fullness com
pleted with gauntlet cuffs, and olose-flt
tlng ones; both being in wrist length.
Only single plaits appear at the back.
As Illustrated the shirtwaist is made of
natural colored pongee, the stock collar,
front and ouffa being braided with white
coronation braid, this combination of
ecru and white being very popular this
year. Linen, duok, madras, orash, lawn,
cotton poplin, nuns' veiling or summer
■ilk may also be used. The pattern J»
In E sizes, 84 to 42 Inches bust measure.
For 86 bust the shirtwaist requires 2%
yarUe of material 36 Inches wide,
i-rioe of pattern, 10 cent*,
I OKIIKIt BLANK
i Herald Pattern No. 8221
i Pattern, Department Herald: Inclosed
> please nnd 10c, the price of this pat
i tern. When ordering please Inclose
> Illustration. Use the following blanks:
• Size
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fourteen, ami alter the luncheon the
guests were taken to tlm lielasco. Tho
rii' stl were Mrs. Waller Chanslor, Mis.
Boyle Workman, Mrs. Reuben Oliettler,
Mrs, l, eon Bhettlar, Mrs. \v. 11. Holmes,
Mrs. Glover Widney, Mrs. George Rag
laud. Mrs. Frank Bryson, Mrs. Cecil a.
White, Mins Elisabeth Wood, Miss
Florence Wood, Miss Hernandez and
Miss Evans,
, ,*,
Mra. Thomim W. Simpson of New
York is a guest lit the Hotel Raymond
in Puadena. Mrs. EHmpson win also
visit her sister, Mrs. J. B, l.ankershim,
of this city.
Mrs. C. C. Browning and her charm
ing daughter Miss Helen of Anaheim
ai-e spending a few dayi with Mrs.
Margaret Hughes at her home in St.
James park.
Mra. George Drake Ruddy has re
turned from her visit in New Orleans
and has reopened her cozy home in
Wllshire boulevard.
The Theaters
f/nriHK MERRY WIDOW," which comes
I to tlio Mason opera hoUM (or the week
I beginning Monday, In not a tad or a
fleeting whim of a flcklo public, but
an opcrotta quite out or the ordinary, a deli
cate and charming work (tori the brain of a
real musician, with its music building on a
plausible story and Itl pongs growing naturally
out of the narrative, and not merely thrown
In for effect There will be two matinees dur
ing th« week, Wednesday and Saturday. The
•eat sale, which opened yesterday, broke all
records for a single day.
• • •
Otis Hklnner will close his Los Angeles en
gagement with performances tonight and to
morrow afternoon and night of "Your Humble
Servant."
• • •
McNalr Ingelfrltz, who wnu-M a muff In cold
weather—but rot to keep his name warm—ls a
St. Louis social light who Ik going Into, vaude
ville. He will do a piano playing turn,
• • •
Lady Constance Illchardson, who shocked
London by doing a barefoot dance at the Pal
ace, the Orphoum's house over there, has been
booked for the circuit on this side, and I.o*
Angeles will ere long; have a chance to gaze
at the tootsies of a "real lady."
• • •
Nat Goodwin has set his figure for vaude
ville nt $300 a week, and If It Is accepted— lf—
he will put on "Lend Mo Five Shillings."
• • •
Henry Woodruff, the handsome matinee* idol,
Is lh« star of "The Prince of Tonight" com
pany, which will open a week's engagement
at the Majestic theater Sunday night.
"Thf Uon and the Mouse." with Marjnrle
lliuiibi nu, David M. Hartforr] ami Harry Mra
tayer In the prlnolpa] rolM, will 1>" the at
traction at the Hurbank for a wuck beginning
■undar nfti moon.
Th» last performances of the opera "Car
men" will be given tonight and tomorrow
afternoon and night at the Orand theater by
the llartman company. Beginning with Bun
day matinees, "Thu Lore Talcs of Hoffman"
will bo the bill.
"The Garden of Lies." Ocorpn Uroadhunrt's
new romantic drama, will be sontlnued a seo
ond week at the Belasco theater. The Broad
hurst play Is doing record business.
• • •
The new Nielsen theater will open Saturday
night with a dramatic presentation of "Car
men." Hortense Nielsen will be the Carmen
and Mace Greenleaf tho Don Jo»«.
Flurcnce Roberts will prment "Qlorla" for
the ntHonrt and la»t week of nor Ijoa Angolu
tngaKiniirit. "Olorla" l» a comedy.
• • •
Noodles ragan. tha champion newsboy of the
world and now a vaudeville entertainer of the
first din, In due at the Ix>s Angeles theater
In three week*. Pagan hag proved one of the
biggest drawing curds In the north that has
played the Sullivan and Consldlne circuit, and
his rimming lecture* on his travels and ait
ventures have proved most entertaining; to
the older ones an well »i ins "newi-lis."
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1910.
Club News
THE annual banquet of the Pomona
. Ebell club will be held April 7.
The women who have the affair
in charge expect to sell $1500 worth of
tickets. The banquet will be given for
the benefit of the club house fund. Al
ready there is $1500 on hand for that
fund. The club owns a lot at the
corner of Garcy avenue and Pearl
street and plans to commence the erec
tion of an attractive $7000 club house
thereon as soon aa sufficient funds are
available for the purpose.
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Royal hive No. 40, L. O. T. M., will
give a dance and whist party tonight
at Qarfleld hall, Walker Theater
building.
_*_
- The 1..0S Angeles W. C. T. U. held a
matron's silver medal oratorical con
test yesterday afternoon at the First
Methodist Episcopal church. Those par
.tlcipatlng were Mrs. C. A. Cale, Mrs.
Ella Howard, Mrs. M. E. Forsythe,
Mrs. Celia Noll, Mrs. Edith Humphrey
and Mrs. Lulu Wright.
_*_
The members of the Hundred Year
club, accompanied by Physical Director
Warman, climbed the Mount Wilson
trail Thursday.
Music Notes
nn HE last Symphony orchestra con-
THE Uust Symphony orchestra con
cert of the season will be given
-*- this afternoon at the Auditorium,
with a complete Watrnerian program.
As the program la lengthy, patrons are
requested to be in early in order that
the Intermissions may not be too long
in duration.
The complete program follows:
Walkure — Ton* pictures.
Gotterdammerung—"Song of the Rhine
Daughter!," "Siegfried's Death and Funeral
March."
I i.--lfal —"Vorspjel," "Kllngsfor's Magic
Garden and the Flower Maidens."
Tristan and Isolde—"Vor«piel and Is
olde's Love Death."
Kaiser march.
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The Venice of America band will give
a concert program Saturday evening,
playing- among other things scenes
from Mascagnl's opera "Iris." As this
composition has not been heard here in
Its operatic form it will no doubt inter
est many musicians to know of this op
portunity to hear It. Other numbers on
the program Include organ solos by
Prank Colby; "Romania," Elsa Penny;
"Until the Dawn," "Serenade," the Ox
ford quartet. Madame Dorla, Elizabeth
Parker and Miss Davis will also con
tribute selections.
MACHINERY RECOVERED
The Ranta Gertrude Irrigation com
pany was awarded a. decision in Its
favor by a Jury in Judge Moss' court
yesterday in Its suit to recover ma
chinery and $750 . damages from the
Waite-Balllc company. The jury
awarded $mo more than had been asked
In the complaint to provide for the ex
pense of reinstalling the machinery
of the Irrigation company's plant near
Whittier. The jury's verdict was that
the defendant muet pay $850 and return
the machinery alleged to have been
taken from the plant, or else pay the
plaintiffs $2100 to cover all damages.
FIND 3 DOCTOR INSANE
Dr. Frank R. Cunningham was yes
terday adjudged insane by the In
sanity commission in Judge Wilbur's
court. Friends Interceded to keep him
from being placed In the asylum and
vere given until Monday to find a plac#
satisfactory to the court for his deten
tion.
BAYLISS PRELIMINARY
CONTINUED TO APRIL
Pending Hearing Man Stays in
Jail, but Wife Is Out
Under Bonds
The preliminary hearing of three
charges of embezzlement against T.
H. Bayliss, attorney and real estate
operator, on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses made
Jointly against the man and his wife,
Mrs. A. V. Bayliss, which were set for
yesterday in Justice Ling's court, were
continued until April 14.
The chart's of embezzlement against
Hayli.ts were preferred by P. K. Dan
iels, president of the Chantell Peak
Mining: company, from which It Is al
leped he embassled at different times
$785, $1000 and $700. It is said that
Bayllsg appropriated these amounts
while he was acting: as attorney for
that company, in which capacity he
came Into possession of larg-e amounts
of money, stocks and bonds.
BaylllS was arrested on the charges
in Phoenix 83 he was boarding a train.
It is alleg-ed he was traveling under
the name of Thompson.
Tho charge of obtaining money under
false pretenses against Bayliss and his
wife was made by C. G. DeOarmn, who
claims they borrowed $500 from him on
the representation that they owned a
piano which DeGarmo alleges belonged
to the Frank B. Long company. Mr».
Bayllss Is out on $500 bail, and her hus
band is in tho county jail in default of
$2.'00 ball in each of the three cases
against him.
GEORGE A. POUNDER
IS CALLED BY DEATH
Gnnrge A. Pounder, a retired mer
chant and a well known horseman,
died yesterday at his home, 902 South
Burlington avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
Pounder came to Los Angeles six
years ago. Funeral services will be
hold Saturday at 2 o'clock et the
chapel of the Connell Undertaking
company.
FINES WOMAN FOR CONTEMPT
Mrs. Delia Moorehouse was fined $25
by Judge Wilbur yesterday for con
tempt of court In attempting to take
Elmer Davis, her son by a formor mar
riage, from Mrs. Strickland's Home for
Boys recently.
The boy had been sent to the home
and the mother ordered by the court
to pay for his support, the amount be
ing about $11 a month. She refused,
and several days ago she went to-the
home and endeavored to take the boy
away with her, declaring she did not
care "a continental" what the court
had ordered.
Probation officers stopped her from
taking the boy and she was brought to
court yesterday and fined.
SUES FOR $25,000
An action for $25,000 damages was
commenced In Judge Bord well's court
yesterday afternoon by J. W. Atherton,
a laborer, against the Southern Pacific
company, for Injuries he alleges he
received from a brick falling on his
head while he was working on a build
ing for the company in April of last
year. Atherton charges that the de
fendant failed to provide a safe place
for employe*.
WOMAN SAYS ARRESTED
MAIDEN STOLE CLOTHES
Detectives Capture Man and Girl
After Tracing Reported
i House Thefts
Charged with grand larceny, a wo
man giving the name of Lillian Ward
and a man named A. Nancy, wore ar
rested late yesterday afternoon by De
tectives Murray and McCann and
locked up at central police headquar
♦res.
The arrests were made after a search
warrant had been Issued on complaint
of Mrs. Mabel Roberta, 1536 North
Main street. According to the arresting
officers, Mrs. Roberts left LOS Angeles
several days ago, leaving Miss Ward
in charge of the house.
On her return Mrs. Roberta says she
found most of her clothing and a num
ber of articles of Jewelry missing, also
Miss Ward. Detectives traced the
good! to the house, :;i6 Boyd street,
where Miss Ward was arrested, Later
the man giving the name of Nancy
appeared and was arrested,
Most of the clothing and article! al
i to have been stolen were recov
ered, and Miss Ward and Nancy will
appear In police court this morning
to answer charge! of grand larceny.
SWINDLE, CHARGE AGAINST
ARRESTED COTTON BROKER
A. D. Hudspeth, said to be a wealthy
cotton merchant of Bowie, Tex., war,
.arrested late yesterday afternoon by
Detectives Jones and Boyd on a tele
graphic dispatch alleging that Hiid
speth was wanted in the Texas city
on a charge of swindling.
The message did not give the details
of the complaint, simply requesting the
arrest of Hudspeth as a fugitive from
justice.
The prisoner l.s said to havn been in
Los Angeles ten days, and was arrested
on description at Fifth and Broadway.
FATHER ARRAIGNED
C'hHrtfpd with failure to provide for
his minor child, Lucius M. Holmes
was arraigned before Justice Ling yes
terday and his preliminary hearing Bet
for 10 o'clock April 13. He was paroled
in clinrgp of his nttorney, Fred Fette.
It's Economy to
Buy Pure Water
PUIUTAS IS ABSOJ.ITKIA' PURE
When we say Purltas Dlfttillod Water is
absolutely pure we mean, first—lt is abso
lutely devoid of vegetable impurity. If you
think filters render your water thus pure
you are mistaken. The germs left in the
water by filters are those most likely to
cause disease.
We mean, secondly. It fa free from all
mineral Impurities. Minerals in water can
not be apstmllated hy the system—thpy clog
the arteries—anrl tend to bring on rheuma
tism and kidney trouble?.
This absolute purity can be obtained only
as we obtain It, by two distillations. The
sparkling, refreshing quality of Puritas Is
due to Its helng ozonated.
Five gallons cost 40 cents. Just tele- ,
phone Home 100 TO; fiunset Main SlUl, an.l
we will supply you promptly.
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