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BY THE CHATTERER The subscription dances are a cer tainty and there will be teas and lunch eons for the debutantes, dinners and ' the opera for the "grown-ups," and I heard a few days ago of a dancing club for I the younger people. A club has been formed among the boys and girls of high school age. It meets every other Saturday evening at Kramer's and is called the Junior Dancing club. There are eighty members, rfnd the chaperones are Mrs. Jonathan R. Scott, Mrs. William T. Johnston, Mrs. W. D. Woolwine, Mrs. Granville MacGowan, Mrs. Francis Thomas, Mrs. John T. Griffith, Mrs. Shirley C. Ward. Mrs. Ralph Kirkpatrick, Mrs. George H. Wigmore, Mrs. E. W. Britt, Mrs. Richard Lacy, Mrs. Walter Hughes and Mrs. H. B. Rollins. There will be two parties or cotillions at Christmas, which will rival the subscription dances of the older set. Among the debutantes who will be In troduced to society next month is Miss Florence Wood, the attractive younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mo dini Wood of St. James park. Miss Florence will be the honored guest at a tea the last week in November. In honor of her daughter. Miss Jane Rollins, Mrs. Hamilton Bowman Rol lins will entertain with a tea on Friday afternoon, November 4. -*- Mrs. John Hubert Norton of 834 West Twenty-eighth street will introduce her daughter, Miss Amy Marie Norton, at a reception on Wednesday afternoon, November 9. Mrs. Walter Jarvis Barlow will be hostess with a reception at her beauti ful homo in South Figueroa street Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 6. ■ «t» ■ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rivers Drake, with their charming daughter, Miss Pinira Drake, are at the Hotel Alexan dria for a few weeks before returning to their own home in South Hoover street. -*- Gen. Adna R. Chaffee of Magnolia avenue has been' for the past three days at the Los Angeles aqueduct. 4» ■ Gen. and Mrs. Robert Wankowskl of Normandie avenue will entertain with a dinner party tomorrow evening. Mrs. J. H. Rollins of West Twenty eighth street will be hostess with a dinner Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Conroy of 500 West Thirtieth street will entertain with a dinner party on Wednesday evening. In honor of Miss Andrletta Glassell, a bride-elect of November, Mrs. E. H. Barmore and Mrs, Frederick Goulding entertained at the beautiful home of Mrs. Barmore on Alvarado terrace yesterday afternoon with a luncheon. The house and tables were decorated with bride's roses and ferns. At the bride-elect's table Mrs. Frederick Colliding presided. Mrs. Goulding and Miss Glassell were classmates at the Marlborough school. The place cards were tiny sketches of brides, and cov ers were laid for Mrs. Goulding, Miss Glasses!!, Miss Muriel Stewart, Miss AAleen Staub, Miss Doris Davidson, Miss Ethel Davenport, Miss Gladys Rowley, Miss Marjorie Derby, Miss Jean Long, Mrs. Horace Lansing, Mrs. Ned Barmore and Mrs. David Bar more. At the other table, where Mrs. Barmore presided, were Mrs. Andrew Glassell, Mrs. W. P. Dunham, Mrs. Matthew Robertson, Mrs. C. Q. Stan ton, Mrs. O. O. West, Mrs. W. T. Hol- Ungsworth and Miss Leola Somers. Mrs. Edwin T. Earl of Wilshire bou levard entertained with a bridge lunch eon yesterday afternoon. Roses and chrysanthemums were used in profu sion and covers were laid for twenty guests. This is the third of a series of luncheons with which Mrs. Earl is entertaining this winter. Mrs. Henry W. Howard of Rcnrff street will entertain with a bridge party Wednesday afternoon. —♦— Mrs. J. W. McKlnley of West Adams street will be hostess Thursday after noon with a bridge party. In honor of Mrs. Horace Lansing, a recent bride, and Miss I,enla Somers of Chillieothe, 0., who is here to attend the marriage of her brother, Milton <Mark Somers, to yiss Andrietta (!las sell next week, Mrs. Samuel Bothwell of H!i7 West Twenty-ninth street en tertained with a Dixie party yesterday afternoon, fiver 125 Invitations were issued. The house was beautifully decorated witii great shaggy yellow Health and Beauty Talks Mrs. I* G.: It Is not necessary that ■your face reflect your a^-. You could easily have a much finer, cleaner, smoother and more youthful complexion if you quit using powder and tried a good lotinn. Dis solve four ounces ipurmax In a half pint hot ■water and add two teaspoonfuls glycerin' 11. Apply this to your face, neck and arms, »nd it will improve your looks wonderfully. It ■will soften and whiten your akin and remove that shiny, greaßy< .^alluw look. This In expensive lotion will not rub off like powder and Ih very beneficial m preventing and removing freckles and skin pimples, and makes a wond'-rfuJ skin beautlfler. You can get anything 1 recommend ai almost any drug store. H. Sisters: If the patrom or your 'beauty parlors" object to ■haznpooa made from norip on account of the great danger of the soap alkali ruining' the luster of the hair, try a shampoo made by dissolving a tea spoonful of canthrox In a cup of hot water, und after shampooing, rinse tho hair as usual. Cantlirox make! the most satisfac tory ■haxnpuo imaginable and leaves no bad effects. It lathers splendidly and is th< belt and mo.st thorough loalp cleanser I have aver seen. it relieve! loalp Irrita tion and leave! the hair bright, soft, fluffy und eaiy to io up. Tins shampoo very quickly, is entirely beneficial and will ause faded, streaky or discolored hall as soap and most IhampoO! are likely to do. "Weak Eyes"! Wearing glasses is not likely to he!j> your weak, dull Inflamed eye«. What you need ix a good strength ening eye tonic The next time you go to a drug store get an ounce of crystoa and dissolve it in a Bint of water. Drop a few drops of this In each eye occa sionally and you will be surprised how soon it will give you relief. It will not smart or burn the eyes and is a per fectly reliable tonic for any one to use who has eye troubles. It Is splendid for treating watery, expressionless eyes or granulated lids. It makes tho eyes bright, strong and sparkling. R. X.: ! would adviwe you to seek health first, before beauty. JTo are n A tick, hut that you fe<-l tired al wayp, look sallow uu<i have pimplei and MTUPtlons* Try this hniiii I id puri fier and lyatem tonloi Oet from your druggist ,jic, ; nun, ne; dlsaolve it In one-half pint • aloonol and "ne-lialf cup of sugar, li.ii add. enougli bot water to make a full quart Take ■ tables] iful before each meal. Tall remedy should tone up your system .ml build up your strength. It aids digestion, ai >usei ■ torpid liver and purifies the blood. When your blood is pun, your sallowness and pimplei will die- SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK Miss Amy Marie Norton Who Will Be Introduced to Society Next Month If chrysanthemums and ferns. Miss Louise Williams rendered the negro melodies and recitations in quaint costumes, and tea was served at 5 o'clock. -4— Miss Caroline Ferris entertained the senior class of the expression depart ment of the Cumnock school with a matinee theater party at the Majestic Wednesday afternoon. Among the guests were Mrs. Gwynne, Miss Wil lamena Wilkes, who chaperoned the young people, and the Misses Kather ine Ferris, Maisie Lynch, Caroline Ferris, Mabel Burtner, Amy Poppe, Hazel Bly, Cora Glass, Yetira Smith, Hazel La Crolx, Louise Draper and Caroline Abrams. -♦- Mrs. Harry W. Thomas of the Cam bria Union has returned from a de lightful trip through San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver, Colorado Springs, St. Louis, Jefferson City and Centralia Mo., where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Green. While in Centralia Mrs. Thomas was much entertained, luncheons, theater parties, card parties and dinners being given In her honor. —♦-- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Times of the Hotel Lankershim are visiting in Elgin, 111. They have been gone three weeks and will not return until the last of November. Mrs. Mary E. Eskridge, who has been living on her ranch near Fuller ton, is settled for the winter at 736 Garland avenue. -*- Mrs. Clara C. Showers and her charming daughter, Miss Marjorie Showers, of West Tenth street have returned from a two months' trip through the north. Mrs. Henry Morris, 2646 Normandie avenue, will be at home to her friends Wednesday afternoons in November from 4 to 6. In honor of Madame dl Pasquali, who sang delightfully at the Simpson auditorium Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Brown and Miss Mil dred Tonns Of 820 South Burlington avenue entertained with an automobile drive through the country and to the beaches, followed by a luncheon at their home Friday afternoon. Madame di Pasquali and Mrs. Brown and her sister, Miss Mildred Tonns, were school girl friends in Boston and it was while MRS. MAE MARTYN appear and you will have more strength and energ>. Oraee: No, I know it doesn't ndd to 3 mm- peace of mind when you art con scious that you an- getting so fat that your dress ii continually gaping in the back and you fear the constant strain will prove too much for the buttons. If you want to cut down your flesh with out starving yourself or without tiring and futile exercise, go to your druggist and get four ounces of parnotls. Dis solve il In one and a half pints of warm 'lake a tablespoonful before each meal. Your double chin and shortness or breath will Boon disappear, for I know several cases where parnotls to.>k off super fluous fat at the rate of several pounds a week. <i. 1.. A.: A simple and reliable home hi foi removing .superfluous hairs from tii'- face and forearms is to mix a little delatone with enough water to make a paste: then smear this pasti- over the skin where the hairs crow, leave it on for a Tew minutes; then wipe off and wash the ."km with warm water. Delatone is the only thing I know that will kill tin; hair roots forever without Injuring the skin. It is expensive, as diusslsts n.iver sell it for less than a dollar an ounce. Some times the hail's do return, but they are light and straggly, scarcely discernible. Af ter a second or third application they go for good. ■ r H. ■ some sage dreialnga are beneficial to tin- scalp, but i never ■ mend them on account of the dangi italntng or discoloring the hair. If you want ;i i i. dependable remedy for dan druff. Itching scalp and falling hair, try an nf quinxoln dissolved In one-half pint each oi all o >"i and water. This will put your I au .-in i sraii. in a healthy con dition. Amily the tonic twice a week, rub bing It gently Into the hair roots. It is free from oil and makes a fine dressing for the lia..:i 1 know of many who were troubled with "hop i.-ss" cases "f dandruff and falling hair that found this an Ideal tonic. Madge: For your hollow chocks and wrinkled face, I recommend frequent ap plication of a good jfreaseluss complexion cream Jelly, also brisk massaging. By Stir ling together one ounce almuzoln, two tea spoonfulci glycerine and one-half pint cold water, allowing to aland over night, you will have an extra got id complexion cream. Un this also for managing, it will clear up your nkln fine, removing nil dirt from the uoreß and soon you will find your complexion smooth, plump, fresh-looking and unwrlnkled. This i- an excellent cream for treating bla khead freckles, and rough ness of the skin and will rid your face of those 111 > large porea, LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORMNG, OCTOBEB SO. HMO. on a visit to the Tonns home In Boston that Signor di Pasquali met his wife. -♦— Mr. and Mrs. Russell McD. Taylor of West Adams street, who had been passing the summer traveling in Europe, returned home last evening. —4»— Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Rank of Wood lawn avenue will entertain with a re ception at the Ebell club house tomor row evening in honor of the twenty fifth anniversary of their marriage. Over one hundred invitations have been issued. Mr. and Mrs. Rank will be assisted by their daughters, Mrs. H. O. Wiltsee and Mrs. F. K. Weidler. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Shirley of the Hotel Leighton left recently for an ex tended trip through the east. They will return early in January. —*— Commander and Mrs. Ward Win chell of Kenwood avenue will enter tain with a "ghost party" tomorrow evening. —*$ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bowles will entertain Tuesday evening, November 8, at their home in Arapahoe street. —•s. — Mrs. Carl Doran of 919 South Ver mont avenue will be hostess with a luncheon and card party Wednesday afternoon, November 11. -*- Dr. and Mrs. Milbank Johnson and their daughter. Miss Evelyn Johnson, j who have been traveling through the east, have returned and are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marsh in Westchester place. Miss Louise Johnson, who accompanied them east, has remained and is en tered at Mrs. Shipley's school, prepar ing for Bryn Mawr. —iji— Miss Laura Grover Smith of West Twenty-fourth street entertained in formally at cards Wednesday after noon, having as special guests Mrs. Edward Croft Green of Pasadena and Mrs. Shelley Tolhurst, who has re cently returned from a trip around the world. This is the first of a series of bridge parties with which Miss Smith will entertain this winter. —*— Mrs. Anderson Rose and her daugh ter. Miss Bertha Rose, of West Thir tieth street have returned from a four months' trip to Alaska, Lake Tahoe and Del Monte. -*- Miss Etta Radcliffe of 1142 South Grand avenue left for a trip east, stopping at Grand Canyon, Chicago, New York and Boston. Miss Radcliffe will return about December 20. Mrs. Ray Skelton, 2937 Hobart boulevard, was hostess at a beauti fully appointed luncheon on Wednes day afternoon. Decorations for the luncheon table were yellow chrysan themums and yellow satin streamers. Covers were laid tor Mrs. H. J. Sim men, Mrs. Homer Kennedy, Mrs. George Whitney Gilkey, Mrs. Godfrey Crackel and Mrs. Foster Dean,, all the guests being members of the D'Accord club. -*- Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Monsch, formerly of Ocean Park, are domiciled for the winter at 610 Berendo street. * -•fr lii honor of Miss Flora Matthews of Scranton, Pa., who is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. George p. Griffith, In Orchard avenue, Mrs. Willoughby Rodman en tertained with a bridge party on Fri day afternoon. The house was deco rated with the autumn shades of dahlias and the guests included: Mes dames Qranville MacGowan, Walter Scott Newhall, Mary Longstreet, Wil liam Johnstons, W. D. Woohvine, Lynn Helm, Scott Helm, Roland Bishop, Bur ton E. Green, C. C, Parker, George P. Griffith, Frank Kelsey, William Stim son, Frank W. Burnett, Joseph B. Ban ning, Hamilton Bowman Rollins, Shel ley H. Tolhurst, Ernest A. Bryant, Charles «' Carpenter, Harbour, Benja min L. Harding, W. T. Bishop. Edwin S. Rowley, William Caswell, J. J. Mei lus, Curtis Williams, Carroll Allen, Wlllard Doron, E. Avery McCarthy, A. .1. Howard, Joseph H. Bohon and Miss Decatur Page. —<♦— The committee of the St. Elizabeth's day nursery, under the charge of Mrs. Joseph Kan-ell, will receive Informally tomorrow from 9 o'clock In the morn ing until 9 In the evening. They will receive donations for the fund of the day nursery. Receiving with Mrs. Far rell will be Mrs. 1,. N. Brunswig, Mrs. George Allan Hancock, Mrs. Elsie Kcrekhoff, Mrs. Stephen Chllds, Mrs. Alfred Bolano, Mrs. Dan Murphy, Miss Suzanne Lynch, Miss Marie Mullen and Miss Elizabeth Wolters. The Manilla apartmi nts was the ■cene of a jolly parly last evening. The spacious lobby was decorated with chrysanthemum! and ferns, and artlst lo Halloween decorations, in <>tn' cor ner was :i gypsy oaniPi where fortunes were told, and In another was a witch's ui'ii. \itir games and a musical pro gram werelenjoyed the n't"sts were escorted to the dining room, which had been decorated with ail the emblems Of ihe evening. The room was lighted by jack-o-lanterns ami pumpkins, and the tables where supper was served were decorated with fruits, nuts and pumpkin pies. After supper an or chestra furnished music for dancing. Mrs. Ansthruther Davidson of Holly wnod entertained with informal lunch eon yesterday afternoon, her guests being membefrs of the book committee who met to discuss plans for the year's work. Covers were laid for Mes<lutnes Oliver P. Clark, S. H. Tolhurst, Moore, S. T. Clover, Morris Colin, Lewis Groff, Frank CJibson, J. 1 A. Osgood, Reynolds, W. A. Spaulding, Knderliln-Shep.ird, W. A. Btllson, Willoughby Rodman, Qeorge H. Wadleigh, F. P. Wetherby, C. 'D. Willard, Fred Wood. Horace Wing, E. A. Bryant and the Misses Van Dyke, Jennie Carter. Mi'Ciillough. A. B. Morßan, Mary Miller and Olive Fer cival. Mrs. Davidson will entertain with an other luncheon tomorrow afternoon, when covers will be laid for Mesdames K. K. Foster. Charles F. Edson. D. C. McCan, Randall Hutchlnson, Jesse wa terman. J. S. Vallely, I. \V. Urown, Mary Porter Haynes, Thomas Cooke, Richard Hovey, J. B. I.ippincott, Tor rence, Qeorge Wrlplit, Berthold Baruch, H. Ij. Bingham and the Misse Cordelia Kirkland, Elizabeth Packard and ra Grover Smith. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Edwards of 1323 West Forty-first street entertained with a Halloween party on Friday evening. Mrs. Edwards was assisted by Miss Qrace Wiliams, and the two hostesses were artistically dressed as witches in yellow satin frocks with black cats and other weird objects fes tened upon them. Supper was served In cafeteria style and the elaborate refreshments were served in enormous pumpkins, which Mrs. Edwards handed each guest with a mournful warning, and Mis Williams served cider from an old demijohn. The entire house was decorated with black cats, witches and all kinds of Halloween decorations and candles fn green corn husks were were given to each guest. The dining room was decorated to represent a corn field, and with the pumpkins as lanterns and the black and yellow decorations produced a. most artistic effect. Five hundred was played and the prizes were won by Mrs. Ella Garfleld, to whom fell a yellow pumpkin cushion, and Everett Polsey, who won an enor mous black cat. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Polsey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Low, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichol, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Greenlaw, Mr. and Mrs. L. Royal, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wen veil, Mrs. Emma Martin, Mrs. Ella Gar field, Miss Mary Tomlinson, Mr. Alex ander, Dr. Phillips, John R. Ballard and Egbert Edwards. Mrs. W. S. Strong and Mrs. W. A. Morehouse entertained Friday after noon at the Ebell club house with a re ception. Yellow chrysanthemvms and royal palms wore combined In the deco rations. The hostesses were assisted in receiving by Mmes. O. T. Johnson, George F. Bovard, E. A. Healy, H. C. Breeden, William I. Hollingsworth, Ed ward L. Doheny, Charles Sherburne, George I. Cochran, Arthur Letts, Charles Edward Locke, Louis Clark Carlisle, Reuben Shettler, Leon T. Shettler, J. A. Cornwell and Elizabeth Nash. -4— A pretty double wedding was solemn ized Tuesday evening when Miss Mary C. Brown became the bride of Alexan der Black, and Miss Margaret Flood became the bride of James Anderson. The service was read by the Rev. D. McCunn. The brides were gowned In white silk and carried showers of bride's roses. Their veils were held in place by .orange blossoms. They were assisted by the Misses .Nellie Mahoney and Abble M. Young as bridesmaids, attired in pale yellow silk gowns, and carried white sweet peas. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served and covers were laid for thirty. Danc ing was enjoyed afterward. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semnacker en tertained with a Halloween dinner party last evening. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rouse, Miss Maude Morgan, Miss Adelaide McNeil, A. W. Van Nostrand and C. F. Drew of San Francisco. —I— Miss Harriett Johnson of Garland avenue entertained with a delightful luncheon Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ethel Egan West, whose wedding will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon. The entire house was decorated with a profusion of Cecil Bruner roses and violets, and each place was marked with a corsage bouquet of the same delicate flowers. The place cards were tied with a tiny spray of violets and a Cecil Bruner bud. Covers were laid for eight. ~v — Miss Mac Foster of Boston, Mass., who is passing the winter with Mrs. David Vail in Oneonta Park, is the house guest for the week end of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wetherill, 1303 West lake avenue. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McGinn of Oma ha, Neb., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Catron, 698 Berendo street. Mr. and Mrs. Catron formerly resided in Butte, Mont. —♦— Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Harwood of Orange street, who have been enjoy ing a four months' trip through the east, returned home last wee^i. After making a tour of Canada they visited in all of the cities of interest on the Atlantic coast. After passing some weeks at their old home -in Vermont they returned home via New Orleans and the Grand Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Francis Water man are settled in their new home at 640 Manhattan place, and Mrs. Water- | mann will receive the first Fridays alter November 1. — ♦ ■ Mrs. Harry Dow Kirk will entertain with a Halloween party at her-home, "Acacia Nook," in ("olegrove, tomor row evening. Mrs. Kirk will be as sisted by Mrs. J. F. Mullen, Mrs. Vic tor Maescher, Mrs. J. Donnell Mahaf fey, Mrs. Benjamin Harper, Miss Flor ence Marie Johnstone, Miss Lillian Cox and Miss Vera Castanien. The marriage of Mrs. Ethel Egan West, daughter of Mrs. A. Cllne Egan of Jasmine street, to Wright S. Hoag will be solemnized tomorrow at the Central Baptist church, 1 in South Hope street. Only members of the immediate family and a few intimate friends will be present. —*J» — Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gunther of 248 South Occidental boulevard have re turned from a four weeks' trip through Portland, Seattle and San Francisco. —♦— Announcement Is made of the mar riage of Miss Rena Crawford of Salt Lake City to Robert Davis of Wichita, Kas. The ceremony was read at the home of the bridegroom's brother and sister-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. B. A. Davis, In West Second street, Tuesday evening, the Rev. Priest officiating. The bride wore a becoming gown of white lace and embroidery and cur ried a shower of bride's roses, Mrs. Davis assisted as matron or honor, at tired in white, crepe dc pads over Miss Florence Wood for Whom Tea Will Be Given the Last of November ,4 * #...... .., i - white silk. B. A. Davis served his brother as best man. The ceremony was read under a canopy of white and green. In the dining room, where sup per was served, the decorations were in red carnations and red ribbons. Many showers and parties have been given in honor of Miss Crawford since the announcement of her engagement. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will reside for the present with Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Davis at 907 West Second street. Mr. and Mrs. E. Zel Talbert of the Hotel Seville entertained with a de lightful Halloween party Friday even ing. Many novel features were intro duced during the evening, among them an initiation Into the "Lodge of Witches." Supper was served, after which dancing was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gengembrb Hubert, 2144 Hobart boulevard, will entertain the Rt. Rev. Frederick H. Graves, bishop of Shanghai, at their home this week Bish.op Graves will speak at St. Paul's parish house Thursday on "Woman's Work and Position in China." -*- Mrs. George O. Renner of Oak Grove, Pasadena, entertained with a thimble party in honor of the Baptist Wom en's auxiliary. The party were received under the oak trees in the garden, where easy chairs, couches and ham mocks were arranged. Mrs. F. M. Berger of "West Seventh street will entertain as house guest her cousin. Miss Edith "Whitehouse of Bob ton, Mass., who Is expected to arrive in Los Angeles early in December, and who will remain until after the holi days. Many affairs will be given in honor of Miss Whitehouse. Miss Muriel "Whitehouse, who passed some weeks here this summer as the guest of Mrs. Berger, has returned home, stopping en route in many of the larger eastern cities of interest. . ' —4>— In honor of the Theta. Sigma Nu sorority a beautiful luncheon was given at the Mount Washington hotel re cently. The table was decorated with great shaggy yellow chrysanthemums and ferns, and covers were laid for Misses Gladys Wilhelm, Helen Carmer, Gertrude McLellan, Cecile Williams, Vanlta Welfer, Delight Stevens, Blanche Rogers, Mary McGuire, Grace Rogers, Leta Stout, Edith Hearnes, Norma Sweeney, Lucretia Del Valle, Myrtle McCabe, Adeline Hollaway, Ferlba McLeod and Mrs. F. H. Webb. —♦- A progressive whist party was given last Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. William de Larme in' Waterloo street. The house was decorated with cut flowers and ferns, and the guests included Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lenhardt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. N. Schafter, Mr. and Mrs. B. Grogan, Mr. and Mrs. Slighter and M. Rhodes of Philadelphia. The prizes were cap tured by Mrs. Lenhardt and Mr. Slighter. ■ »ji ■ Mr. and Mrs. William Gillesple of West Eleventh street entertained Fri day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Shepard, whose 'marriage was solemnized in Leven Fifeshire, Scot land, on September 23. . The bride was becomingly attired in her wedding gown of white silk with trimmings of lace and pearls. Decorations for the drawing room were in white and green, and in the banquet room white chry santhemums were used with ferns. The orchestra, which played wedding marches and other selections during the evening, was stationed in an archway of palms. Covers were laid for forty guests and places were marked by small glided horseshoes twined with orange blossoms. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. Champagne, Mr. and Mrs. J. William Hug. Misses M. Shields, Grace Smith, Noble Mitchell, McDonald and Milo Shields. A. Wilson, Richard Debus, M. P. Meldrum, A. R. Mitchell, John Mitchell, J. Burleigh. F. Lincoln, A. Shedden, J. Smith, William Smith, Tom Campbell,- Stoddard R. Nellson, William McCubban, Clifford Gillespie and William Gillespie, jr. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Dunning of 2082 West Twenty-seventh street are enter taining Mrs. A. B. Heard of Erie, Pa., and her daughter, Mrs. S. Homer Ihm sen of Plttsburg. —*fr— In honor of Miss Ethel Egan West, whose marriage will be solemnized Monday, Mrs. Mabel Potter of Forest avenue, Hollywood, entertained with a beautiful luncheon and handkerchief shower on Thursday afternoon. The house was decoratad entirely with yel low and green, chrysanthemums' and ferns being used in profusion. The same color was carried out in the luncheon and covers were laid for Mrs. Fred Phillips, Mrs. Roy Booth, i Mrs. Leroy Lowman, Mrs. Joseph Haskins, Mrs. F. W. Stlth, Mis. Wesley M. Barr, Mrs. Thomas I!. La .Touch*, Mrs. Lane, the Misses Bradshaw, Miss West and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. JMiurdwick of 1619 (Photo by MUBhet) Orange street have returned from a three months' tour through Mexico, where they visited the large coffee and banana plantations. Several Angelenos will leave San Francisco November 1 on the Pacific Mail steamship Tenyo Mnru for a tour of the world, under the auspices of the steamship department, German Ameri can Savings bank. The party will be conducted to San Francisco by O. S. Brown of the steamship department. The party will visit Honolulu, Japan, China, Manila, Singapore, Burmah, In dia, Calcutta, Java, Australia, New Zealand, Colombo, Arabia and Egypt, spending considerable time in Europe. Members of the party are Mr. and Mrs. Erasmus Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sloman and several others who will be passengers as far as Honolulu only. -*- The meeting: of the Canadian club will take place at the Woman's club house in South Figueroa street Tuesday evening. Important business will be taken up by the new board of directors and many plans f,or the new year dis cussed. An excellent program has been planned, among the speakers being the Rev. Dana Bartlett. Afterward danc ing will be enjoyed and refreshments will be served. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Sllkins of Seattle will pass the month of November in Los Angeles as house guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Trueworthy in Garland avenue. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Stewart left for the mountains, stopping at San Bernardino en rout*-. They are planning to pasa some time at Squirrel inn. Announcement is made of the en gagement of Miss Reva A. Doyle of Hollywood to A. C. Bryan of Trenton, N. J. The bride-elect is a niece of J. J. Morgan of Hollywood boulevard, with whom she made her home, and the wedding will take place at the Morgan home November 6, and after a trip through the middle west and east Mr. Bryan will take his bride to live in Trenton. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Cox, D. D., who have been traveling for a year around the world, have returned home. They visited in Japan, China, Egypt, J3§f Making Eyes . *m for You |K£ i^^nj[B^y« That's our business. It's your bust- T^fc.^Sfe'''^^ 'PF^ ness to pee that your eyes are pro- r^Sr- ■*, < , ~-~ m K<y: tected. You may be wearing glasses ■■ _^-~ V_ •'."*'*'"; _~~^\_ that are not suited to your eyes. You '^Hffigia^**. 1 suffer from eyeache, headache, are ir- J^ \ VV« /'\j£W\ D^V table and that condition will remain *L •jf W|f 9 until you have your eyes examined "Nj^ , ■ j and properly fitted. .■;4 ■ ■ ~*^"~ -* >' ~^">y. \Vo are more than careful—we are AMH^y y'^^^^^S exact. That means much to you. ■ jQT Ih|o^^» '^P\sjXJ&r^* Your ryes are worth more than a yj^SK^^ '^^^j fortune to yx)u. -^rdcT" X J^~^J^ Our charges for expert examination r >*™'*^^. "^^2*4? and, fitting are very reasonable. ' jf^k BSw* S. B. Bailey OPTICIAN 353 South Broadway /»^ j^^-^^**^^"**^. I^^^^ 433£* WANTED — Ten Girls Monday to Learn MARCEL WAVING FREE OF CHARGE in connection with our Beauty Culture Course, which is taught in our school by expert European teachers. Corenson Hairdressing College 619& SOUTH BROADWAY > PART TT Colombo, the Holy Land, France, Ger many, Switzerland, Ireland and Scot land, vj The marriage 01 Miss Phyllis May Cox to A.iPreene of lledondo .was sol emnized Wednesday evening ;at ' the home" of the bride's brother-in-law, Clinton Backtel, In East Second street. The house was decorated with roses and ferns. The bride was attended by her two little nieces, Helen and Mar guerite Backtel, who'acted as brides-: maids, attired In Huffy frocks of white mull. Mr. and Mr.-, I'reese will make their homo in Redondo. • a Mrs. Harry R. Coate of 1515 Fourth avenue is entertaining as house guest Mis. Anne Marie Johnson of San Fran cisco. -♦- The marriage of Miss Mellle E. Scnultz to Edward 1. Lantz was solem lzed Thursday evening at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Fred Ehrgott, in Bud long avenue, the Rev, J. W. Utter of Glendale officiating. The bride wore a white satin gown veiled with chiffon and carried a shower of bride's roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Florence Schultz, as maid of honor, and Arthur F. Schultz served Mr. Lantz as best man. After a wedding supper Mr. and Mrs. Lantz went at once to their own home in West Sixty-sixth street, where they will be at home to their friends after November 1. »j, Mrs. Sidney N. Reeve of Roxbury street entertained with a bridge party Thursday afternoon. The house was beautifully decorated with 1 dark red chrysanthemums and ferns, and In the dining room yellow and white chrysan themums were use I. A feature of the affair was the announcement of the en gagement of Miss Katherine Belle Wld ney to Shirley Brewer. Miss Wldney Is a sister of the hostess and is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Widney of West Jefferson street. The score cards were 'nnd-palnted cupids, and the announcement was made by tiny cards distributed by little Elizabeth Pauley, niece of Miss Wldney. The wedding will be solemnized early in January. Among the guests present were Mesdames W. W. Wldney, W. H. Bullen. Paul Pauley, Will Crippen, Cur tis Colyear, March Shelton, Edwin Weegar, John Reeve, A. J. Heimm, Guy Goodwin, Lelande «Xagley, Fred Salyer, Walter Corbin, Herbert Howard, John (CuntinilPd od Vase Nine) Ely's Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousand%of homes. It has won a place in th> family medicine closet, where It is kept. at hand for use in treating cold in the head Just as soon as some member of the household begins sneezing or snuffling. It gives immediate relief and a day or two's treatment stops a cold which might become chronic and run into a bad case of catarrh. Price 50 cts. If you prefer to use an atomizer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the good qualities of the solid form of this remedy and will rid you of. catarrh or hay fever. No cocaine to ■ breed a dreadful habit. No mercury. to dry out the secretion. Price 75c, with spray ing tube. All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New York. p t PHONE FSiM . » DR. L. A. LAUER, Dentist ' 856 ■• Main, cor. Soranth «tr»ei. To become acquainted with yon and ••■ tabllsh a buainoaa here, I will, tat a lim ited time, do the hlghaet «la»» of dental work at half prloee. Bear In mind that thli to no rake an« that I am no advertising; dentlat, out that I am (haply doing thU to built UP \ a practice. .• «-wl : Thi» la an opportunity you •heuia *•*:• advantage of. a» I would Ilka to ahow you what I can do and haw easily I eaa do it. and how little It will «oat. __ . For 15 yeara I enjoyed one « »■• ttneet prmcttoe* In Chicago. 1M reputation among the dental prof«a»fo« there la Al. Consult me (tr*«>, »et my oatlmate on your work before «*»«« •leewber*. . . . My eyetem la palnleen dontlatry. Ma I guarantee all my work. HOURS• »• B. BTTJTDAT, • to M. '