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by this: Misses Odsl Rbgers and Grace
.■\Vllmot at the home of the latter In
East Fifteenth street In honor of Miss
Delta Doner. whoso marriage will be
solemnized Thursday, • December 15.
The parlors and reception lin.ll wore
decorated with chrysanthemums nnd
ferns. The function was in the natur*
of a china shower' and covers were
laid-for Misses Delta Doner. Lela and
Ethel Jones, Bertha Cole, Maude Tuck
er, arace "YVilmot, Lena Horton, Mat
tie and Mnriorle Corn, Ella and Delia
Sanker, Maria. Hlekman, Opi>l Rogers,
Mrs. Henry Malonc, John Colo, Loren
st.'\>'ii3, Carl and Merle Hickman,
Norm.in Horton, Ernest Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Horton, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Welty, Mr. and Mrs. Farest Cole, Mrs.
S. C. Rogers, Mra. M. A. Burghardt,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wilmot.
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Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Ruth Hltt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isnae R. Hitt. to Henry
Miner Eakin, which was solemnized
last week at the home of the bride's
parents in Commonwealth road, Wash
ington, D. C, tho ceremony being read
by the Rev. Joseph Dawson. The
house was beautifully decorated with
cut flowers, ferns and potted plants.
Miss Leila Hitt assisted her sister as
maid of honor. The ribbon-bearers
■were Misses Dorothy Husbrouch,
Laura Hasbroueh, and the bride's two
small brothers, Birch and Reynold
Hitt. "Wlllard Eakin served his broth
er as best man. Miss Margaret
O'Toole rendered the weddir.g music.
The bride was attired in a gown of
white satin covered with chiffon and
trimmed with lace. A crown of or
ange blossoms sent from Los Angeles
held her wedding veil in place and she
carried a shower of bride's roses and
lilies. Miss Leila Hitt in pale blue
satin veiled with marquisette the same
shade carried an arm shower of white
roses. Mr. and Mrs. Eakin left on a
wedding trip and will make their home
Mrs. Herbert Howard and Mrs. Ed
win S. Metzger of Redondo Beach en
tertained with a luncheon Wednesday
afternoon at tho home of. Mrs. Howard
in Ocean View avenue in honor of
Miss Katherine Widney, whoso mar
riage to Shirley E. Brewer will be sol
emnized next month. The table was
decorated entirely in yellow, coreopsis
being arranged with wide satin bows.
The place cards wore dainty figures of
a bride and her maids. Covers were
laid for Mrs. Herbert Howard, Mrs.
Edwin S. Metzgcr, Miss Katherine
Widney. Mrs. Sidney Reeves, Brs. Paul
Pauly, Mrs. March Shelton, Mrs. Wil
liam Crippen, Mrs. Edwin Weeger,
Mrs. Boyle Workman, Mrs. Bullen,
Miss Wallace, Miss Myrick, Miss Maud
Glllespie and Miss Marjorie Utley.
Among the affairs which are being
planned in honor of Miss Widney are
Mrs. Helen Hem of South Alvarado
street, who will entertain with a bridge
party Thursday afternoon, December
15, and Mrs. Leland Bagley of Seventh
avenue, who will entertain with an
afternoon card party soon after
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew 'William Har
per of 2020 Magnolia avenue have re
turned from a two months' trip in
■ - * a • ■ -- - ■ - ■ - - ■■ -
I Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Kennedy and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles L. Pierce are pass
ing the month at the Vendome in San
A jolly party was enjoyed by tho
junior members of Occidental college
recently when Miss Helen Flfleld en
tertained at her home on Avenue 49.
Each of the young- women brought
something she particularly fancied,
for tho feast, and in the evening the
young man from the college came
to participate in the festivities. The
young women of the class Include Miss
LIl Wendling, Miss Ethel Barklew,
Miss Bertha Stanley, Miss Louise Tul
ler, Miss Bess Gardner, Miss 'Mary
Noyes, Miss Sarah Key, Miss Rebecca
Haysllp, Miss Edith Osmond, Miss
Celia Tucker, Miss Charlotte Donald
son, Miss Esther Post, Miss Alice
Truesdell. Miss Grace Vlckers, Miss
Georgia Brack, Miss Rosalind Chase,
Miss Carolyn Pettit, Miss Ethel Ward,
Miss Gertrude Beardsley and Miss
Helen Fifleld. ',*
Mrs. Meyer Siegel of 1041 Magnolia
avenue is visiting in New York city
and will not return until just before
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cook of Marshall
town, lowa, are passing the winter in
Los Angeles and are at the Hampden
Arms. They will also pass some time
with their daughter, Mrs. B. C. Gor
don of 987 Manhattan place.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flint of Man
hattan place have taken a bungalow
In Oak Knoll for the -vinter. Mrs.
Flint will be remembered as Miss Mar
garet Gray, who visited her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray of
Oak I^noll several winters ago.
In honor of her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Walter Miller Clark, and her
niece, Miss Sallie Bonnor, Mrs. J.
Ross Clark entertained with a recep
tion at her beautiful home on West
Adams street Tuesday afternoon. A
profusion of roses was used In the
decorations, all the shades of pink
How to Destroy the
By a Specialist.
That the dandruff germ is responsi
ble for nearly all the diseases to which
the scalp la heir, as well as for bald
ness and premature gray hair, is a
well-known fact, but when we realise
that it Is also indirectly responsible for
many of the worst cases of catarrh
and consumption, wo appreciate 'the
Importances of any agent that will de
stroy its power. We are, therefore,
particularly pleased to give herewith
the prescription which an eminent
scientist and specialist suites ho has
found, after repeated tests, to com
pletely destroy the dandruff <■ germ In
from one to throe applications. This
prescription can bo made up at home,
- or any druggist will put It up for you:
6 ozs. Bay Rum, 2 ozs. Lavona de Com
■ poses, Vs dr. Menthol Crystals. Mix
thoroughly, and after standing half an
hour it la ready for use. Apply night
and morning, rubbing into the scalp
with the finger tips. If you wish it
perfumed, add half to one teaspoonful
of To-Kalon Perfume, which unites
perfectly with the other ingredients.
This preparation Is not a dye, but is
unequaled for promoting a growth of
new hair and for restoring gray hair
to its original color.
CAUTION: Do not apply where hair
is not desired, and be sure to avoid
tonics containing poisonous wood al
Dean Drug company, the well known
druggists, have had bo many calls for
this prescription that they have taken
special steps to have It filled promptly
for all who call.
Charming Young Matron Who Was
Honored by Reception Tuesday
MBS. WALTER MIIXEK CLAKK (Photo by Mojonler)
from the palest to the deepest being
used throughout the reception rooms,
while great yellow chrysanthemums
nnd giant bamboo were combined in
the hall and stairway.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, accom
panied by Sidney Smith jr., who have
been traveling- for the summer through
Japan and the Philippines, returned
early in the week and are domiciled
at 650 South Burlington avenue for the
Mrs. John R. Powers and Mrs. Rich
ard D. Bronson will entertain at the
Ebell clubhouse In South Flgueroa
street Thursday afternoon December
15, in honor of their mother and sister,
Mrs. R. V. Day and Miss Gretchen
Day, who recently returned from • a
year's trip around the world..
Mrs. Frances Josephine Holmes of
Cordova street and Normandle avenue
has Issued lnvltatione for a tea Thurs
day afternoon, December 15, in honor
of her daughter, Miss Helen Frances
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hanson, whose
marriage was solemnized last Sunday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Getz, in -Aldama street, have re
turned from their wedding trip and are
at home to their friends in the Bary
man apartments, 834 Golden avenue.
_ .*. _
Mrs. William Bayly of the Hotel
Darby entertained with a beautifully
appointed luncheon at the Alexandria
Friday afternoon, to introduce her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Bayly,
jr.. to her many friends. The rooms
were decorated with chrysanthemums
and American Beauty roses and ferns.
Pink Killarney roses were used In the
banquet hall. Mrs. Bayly was attired
in an Imported gown of white satin
veiled with spangled net, while Mrs.
William Bayly, jr., wore a gown of
white chiffon with trimmings of silver
and carried a shower of orchids and
lilies of the valley. Mrs. Bayly was
assisted in receiving by Mrs. Georgs
Bayly. Mrs. Hugh K. Walker. Mrs.
Willitts J. Hole, Mrs. Edward L. Do
heny, Mrs. W. J. Davis, Mrs. John "V.
G. Posey. Mrs. W. B, Hook, jr., Mrs.
E. D. Lyman, Mrs. Chester Montgom
ery and Miss Agnes Hole.
Dinner was served for the assisting
women and their escorts, Mr. and Mrs.
L P. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Allison
Barlow and A. Staten later In the
evening. More than 300 invitations were
Among the charming receptions giv
en in honor of the debutantes was thiit
of Mrs. Fred Lawrence Baker of Pas
adena avenue, who entertained Tues
day afternon In honor of her two
daughters, MiRS Earlda and Miss Mar
jorie Baker. The color scheme of pink
and green was carried out, from the
palest Ohatney and Killarney roses to
the deep American Beauties.
In honor of Miss Caroline Canfleld,
daughter of Charles A. Canfleld of Al
varado street, whose engagement to
Silsby Spaldtng was announced recent
ly, Mr and Mrs. Edward 1.. Doheny of
Choetei place will entertain with a
dance Tuesday evening, January 10.
Mr. and Mr.s. Harry Fryman of the
Hayward are entertaining as house
guests their nieces, Miss Armstrong
and Miss Anna Armstrong of Marys
vtlle, Ohio. Miss Anna Armstrong was
recently graduated from Haddon Hall.
The young women reached Los Angeles
Tuesday and will remain some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland M. <\rmour,
whose marriage was solemnized at the
Church of the Angela November 8, have
returned from their wedding trip and
are in Arlington Heights. Mrs, \r
mour will be remembered as Mrs. Del
la M. English.
The marriage of Miss Mary Irwin
McClung, daughter of Dr. S H. -Me-
Clung, to William Craig Paine was
solemnized Thursday evening. De
cember 1. at the residence of the bride s
father in Highland Park, the Rev
Robert w. Clelland ofliclating. The
bride attired in white charmeuse,
trimmed with rose point lace, with
tulle veil held in place by orange blos
soms, carried a shower of bride's roses
an,! lllios. Mrs. Arthur W. Buell, sis
ter of the bride/ assisted as matron of
honor, and Charles D. Paine, served his
brother as best man. Herry R. Tatty
of Redlands rendered the wedding
music. Mr. and Mrs. Paine left on a
wedding trip, and will make their
homo In Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Before
going there, however, j they will visit
Mr. Paint's parents, - Professor and
Mrs. C. R. Paine of Crafton.
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The meeting of the Ladiog auxiliary
of the Illinois society was held Novem
ber 8 at tlie home of Mrs. E. M. Burt,
vie» pn Ident of the auxiliary, and a
decision was made to reorganize under
the nami of "The Illinios Social club,"
admitting both men and women to
membership, meeting: once a month.
The officers In charge will continue In
office until the first of the year. The
next meeting will bo held December
15 In thf- Los Angeles-Pacific building,
South Hill street A musical program
will be given, followed by cards and
dancing. All Illlnolsans will be gladfy
welcomed. The present officers are:
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1010.
Mrs. F. Blair, president; Mrs. E. M.
Burt, vice president; Mrs. E. Taylor,
secretary; Mrs. J. W. Marris, treas
urer, and Mrs. S. E. Rogers, press.
Mr. and Mrs. John Denard Lawler
of 2989 West Pico street, announce the
marriage of their sister, Miss Hen
riette May Mitts,, to William Crawford
Ross. The ceremony will be read
Wednesday evening, December 15, at
8:30 o'clock at the Pico Heights Con
gregational e'hurch, the Rev. J. M.
Sehacfle officiating. After a wedding
trip Mr. Ross will take his bride to
live in Tumi.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon enter
tained with a dance and card party
Friday evening In honor of the birth
day anniversary of their daughter.
Miss Vesta Gordon. The ' affair was
held at Prldon hall, corner of Steven
son and Jane streets. An orchestra
furnished music for the dancing and
an impromptu concert was given.
Cards were also enjoyed. C. Benning
ton Westland and J. H. Hanners en
tertained with several exceedingly
clever songs. Among those present
were Mrs. J. H. Carr, Mrs. J. H. Magg,
Mrs. Necklarid, Mrs. F. Marchland,
Mrs. J. M. Gordon, Misses Endora
Plummer, Maud Dowell, J. Margaret
Necklin, Maud Moore, Vesta Moore,
Mabel Kronnick, Mabel Nicklen, Del
bert Miller, ,• Nell Woodworth, Emily
Hashwater, Therese Largarg, Nellie
Miller; Frank Nicklin, Henry Magg,
George Rubish, Ollie Brown, I. K.
Carr, I. H. Plummer, C. Bennington
Westland, J. H. Hanners, H. W. Clep
pingen, Alonzo Miller, Georg-e Hanson
and Charles Keffe. ii
The Harvard Military academy en
tertained the Girls' Collegiate school
with a dance Friday evening. The
dance was opened with a grand march
and was closed by Musician Long,
who sounded "taps." The assembly
hall was decorated with pennants and
flags. This is the first of a series of
dances with which the boarding de
partment of the academy will enter
tain the different girls' schools In the
city. The reception committee con
sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Parmalee, Mr.
and Mirs. Hamilton and Miss Pike.
Mr. and.Mrs. Fra*hk Griffith of the
Lawrence apartments entertained with
an informal dinner last evening in
honor of Mrs. W. A. Barker, who will
leave for New York this week to pass
the holidays with her sons. The table
was decorated with flowers and ferns,
and covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Barker. Mr. and Mrs. William
Ellsworth Dunn and Ignace Mott.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Skellenger of 636
South Burlington avenue have taken
apartments for the winter at the Duke
apartments, 743 South Carondelet
One of the pretty weddings of the
week occurred at noon Thursday, the
principals being Miss Mary M. Wat
kins and Charles C. Kinne, the cere
mony being solemnized at i the home
of the bride's brother, Victor P. Wat
kins. The couple met in the Philip
pines. The bride is a former student
of the Los Angeles high school and
Stanford university. She graduated
from the Institution first named in
1004. Mr. Kinne is a civil engineer by
profession and a graduate of Syracuse
university. He returned recently from
Manila, having been engaged for thre«
years in engineering work incidental
to th*> construction of roads and pub
lic buildings there by the United States
government. The couple will live in
Jacksonville, Fla. They left for that
city Thursday night, via San Fran
clspo and Kansas City. They will visit
friends en route, and will arrive in
Jacksonville about Christmas. Mr.
Kinne's parents live in that city.
MISSOURI CO-EDS FORM
VOTES FOR WOMEN CLUB
Girls Want Faculty Members to
Act as Patronesses
COLUMBIA, Mo., Dec. 10.— The Uni
versity or Missouri is to have a suf
fragi tte club composed of students and
if the plans carry, two women mem
bers of the faculty will be patronesses
of the organization. Already twelve
young women have signified their In
tention to become members.
Among the leaders ol the suffragettes
an Misses (ikulys atid Donnls Martin
of Kldorado Springs, Mo., who have
made Hie highest grades among the
, in the college and who were
led by election to Phi Beta
Kappa. The first meeting of the club
was held last night.
PLAN STREET MEETINGS
Active preparations are being made
by the evangelistic committee of tho
Churcli Federation for a scrieH of noon
uss in dow-ntown streets, to be
held early in the new year. A series
of district meetings will be held under
the auspices of the federation during
the month preceding Easter, prepar
atory to the evangelistic campaign to
nilueieil iiy "(iypsy" Smith later
in the year. I
CLUBS FORTHE week 7"
\ /• '-.' [ ' monday, '■■ ' \±-]$ f".
s \Ebell club-^Chrlstma* song cyelWjStSO
oVlnrfc. ' ',': ' .i; .Js .' S. '' ■ V
IIIhl»Brt Park Kbell. Ro*k* and Con
versation Orel lon—Mra.' 8. lliirt hug.^hoi*
tCSS. »s"—_»C-M^.vi. ■ ;« »....,..,....^.,--..»,,-«^,«
" ■■ .. TI'KSDAY .■■.■■
Hl*hl»nrt Park —"The Fin* Arl
idf Speei-h." Mr». A. M.' Calkin*. ■ 10
o'clock. , ;.' v'; V-<■!• 'v.
California chapter CU«, Dwellers —Mr«.
E. W. Uoodan, «HSI Mrnln avenue.
< . Hniuuu'a Vre»* club—"l'reparatkMi .and
I'lMi'lnK of Uook Manuscript." . *iBO
o'clock. Woman's club hon«e. , ,-' \.':\
" , WKDNKSDAY 'v!-- ' V
Coamo* —Shakespearian lecture.
Ebell club. 8:80 o'clock. . _■ ,;'
' : Hollywood Woman* club—2:So o'clock.
Bungalow—"Callfoniiß'B Contribution to
literature," Mrs. Dora Ollnhant Coe. -
'.- Kuskln Art —10 o'clock. Wonian'j
club house. "War with ,Vnlt«4 ISUtes,*.
Mrs. W. 8. Taylor and Mr*. W^ 8. Bart
lett, leader*. . •. ';" ■■• . ':.', *''''-'-; ''' ( ■
,-:;;■: fei ■ THITRSDA* ■'':!;:;,;.•;■•;■..;;/
;' Friday Morning cln-y-^-EiJnlbltton .of
American etchings. Woman's club houxe.
Matinee Muslcale club—Babl ' Barahtl,
"Indian .Art." Uamut club. r -, *:3O
Harmonia cluli— George A. Simp
.son, 1500 Fourth avenue. . "The Mass,"
"Aye ,Marle" and "Sonata." . .' ».^]»
Friday Morning —Purd V. Wright,
"Public TJbrarles and Some Library
Work." 10:80 o'clock. ■•■: ,'■;■;
SATURDAY" £ X;: : ; ['\
Friday Morning club—Tea. . 2 until S
o'clock art committee will be at borne to
artists of Ix>s Angeles and their friends.
"\ ;,- •".!:.l ,■ -i _/,.. t - '■■-»'-.. -• i : , >.:... <■■ I ■
Mrs. Benjamin Rhoades and Mrs.
Adelalds Hill-Thompson will act as
hostesses for the Matinee Musical
club at Gamut club Thursday. Baba
Barahtl, the Hindu lecturer, will talk
on the "Divinity of Music" and an
exhibit of works qf art from India will
also be shown.
Miss Delia Johnson will play a piano
solo, Mrs. Hill-Thompson will sing
and Miss Esther Rhoades and Harold
Rhoades will play duets for harp and
Cosmo3 club will have a Shake
spearean lecture Wednesday afternoon.
J. H. Young, M. A., of Exeter college,
England, will deliver the lecture, and
Arthur Amsden Macurda will sing
"Orpheus and His Lute," by Sir Ar
thur Sullivan, with Mrs. Macurda at
Mr. Macurda is professor of peda
gogics at the Normal training school
and has come here recently from San
Francisco, where his musical qualifica
tions had won him many friends.
Los Angeles Dcs Molnes club will
banquet at Christopher's Wednesday
evening. at 6:30 o'clock. A varied pro
gram of music, toasts and cards will
California chapter of Colorado Cliff
Dwellers' association will meet Tues
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. E. W. Goodan, 2631 Menlo
avenue. Topic will be "Excavations*
In Mexico and the Old World," led
by Mrs. Isabelle Churchill of Pasadena
and Mrs. George Barndollar of Long
Alpine School Parent-Teacher - asso
ciation mot Wednesday afternoon. Dr.
Alice Clarke discussed the care of the
body and Mrs. Moffatt spoke concern
ing the condition in which the play
grounds are kept. • : ,
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Jefferson Street, school had an en
joyable meeting of the Parent-Teacher
association last week. The Boys' Glee
club opened the program with two se
lections and Dr. Herbert' True spoke
on "Germs and Their Effect on Differ
ent Parts of the Body." Miss Myrtle
Tryldel sang- and refreshments were
.served by a committee of which Mrs.
W. H. Tucker was chairman. - Next
Wednesday the circle will meet with
Mrs. J. D. Taylnr, the president, at her
home, 1146 West Thirty-flrst street,
to sew on garments for the poor
' Vermont Avenue > Parent-Teacher
association met Tuesday ■' afternoon
with eighty members In .attendance.
Mrs. Gerald E. Ward was elected
president, of the association, succeed
ing- Mrs. E. N. Williams, resigned,
and a program of progressive conver
sation followed the business. Topics
nntl leaders for this prbgram were:
"Why Do Boys and Girls Go Wrong?"
Mrs. William Lane; "Some School
Problems," Mrs. P. H. Grady; "How
May Christmas Burdens Be Light
ened?" Mrs. A. G.^Kuck.
Regular meeting of the Galpin
1 Shakespeare club will be held Thuyß
day December 27, 10;S0 o'clock. The
subject will be "Birds and Chanticleer,
Greek Plays.'; . , <
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Music by the school orchestra, under
tho direction of Miss Kstelle Harmon:
rocltations by Betty Chapman and Lou
ise Brioker, and other interesting fea
tures made up the porgram for the Pa
rent-Teacher association meeting on
Wednesday afternoon at tho Ninth
street school. Mrs. H. L. Battram gave I
a report for the emergency committee,
which showed generous donations both
to the children's hospital and maternity
cottage, as well as to needy private
families. It was decided to have, a
birthday offering in which members
may place contributions to celebrate
their birthday anniversaries. Mrs. L.
T,. Bricker is president of the associa
tion, and Ninth street school, with J.
B. Mallard as principal, has an enroll
ment of more than 1000 pupils.
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California Badger club met Wednps
day with Miss Margaret Goetz. The
house had elaborate floral decorations
of chrysanthemums.' carrying out the
Spanish colors of yellow and red. Mrs.
A. M. Jamison of Santa Monica, chair
man of the federation department of
Color of the Hair
(From Woman's National Magazine)
"Any woman can postpone for years
the time when her hair becomes thin
and gray. It is a mistake to shampoo
frequently with sorp and water, as that
tends to make the scalp scaly and
hard and the hair dull and faded.
"The hair will respond quickly to
the proper home treatment. Put in a
fruit Jar four ounces of orris root and
four ounces of therox. Shake until
well mixed. Once or twice a week
sprinkle a little of this powder on the
head and brush it thoroughly through
"This dry shampoo remov* dirt, du«t
and dandruff from the scalp, and leave*
thn hair frwh, sweet and clean. The
llictox help* ". k'"<>w bwaatlful hair and
preserves its natural color."
history and landmarks, spoke on that
subject, and Miss Roialle Ayala gave
"La Paloma" and "La. Huntra," Span
ish son*rs. In effective manner. Miss
(Joetz also sang two numbers. Tho
club will celebrate Christmas by pa
roling one prisoner from San Quentin.
A resolution asking that boys under 10
years of age BB kept <>(T the street was
adopted. Punch was served by Miss
Alice Bartlatt, Miss Grace Pease and
Miss Lorna Gregg.
Rose Hill Parent -Teacher association
held a social at tho home of Mrs. J. J.
Weeks, Huntlngton drive, last Tuesday,
with twenty-rive members in attend
ance. Tho regular monthly business
moating of this circle will be held on
The exhibition of American etchings
which is arranged at the Friday Morn
ing club tliis week beginning: Thursday
is under the direction of the art com
mittee. This is a new line of work for
tho club members, who had not taken
formal recognition of this important
feature until now, when the members
of this new committee—Miss Olive Per
cival, chairman; Mrs. Thomas Allfii
Box and Miss Florence-Moore—have ar
ranged thu- first picture show. Repre
sentative works by Whistler, Pennell,
Platt and Mael,aughlan will be shown,
and the exhibit will contain about sev
enty-five examples of this form of ex
The exhibit will continue for three
days and will close Saturday afternoon
with a tea given by members of the
committee to l^os Angeles artists and
their friends. The most liberal con
struction is to i be put on this phrasing,
as members of the club executive board
and of the committee wish not to be at
all selfish with their pictures, and ex
tend a welcome to every man or woman
who is interested in art or beautiful
things. Coffee and sandwiches will be
served all afternoon.
The next show to be given by this
committee will be an exhibition of
American book plates. This will take
place some time in February.'
The Federation of College Women's
Clubs met yesterday afternoon at Y. W.
C. A- building. Miss Plerson was in the
chair and Mrs. Seward A. Simons, Mrs.
Nuthan Weston, Miss Mary Blngham,
Miss Louise Barber and Miss Neva A.
Chappell gave interesting and timely
papers. Tha discussions were along
lines of interest to the college women,
either from a social, philanthropic or
civic standpoint. The meeting was well
The "reciprocity luncheon" at Chris
topher's last"'Wednesday was a splen
didly brilliant affair, due in a large
part of the splendid address delivered
by Mrs. William C. Rltter of San Diego.
Mrs. Rltter took for her subject "Sin
cerity win the Child," and her discus
sion was much from the standpoint of
the physician, an attitude which her
medical decree enabled her to take
Mrs. Ritter is president of the South
ern District Federation of. Woman's
Clubs, and was returning to her home
from the convention at San Bernardino.
Greetings were brought to the members
of the clut>-by Mrs. Russell J. Waters
from the California Federaiton of
Woman's Clubs, of which she is presi
dent; from the Political Equality league
by Mrs. Charles Farwell Edson, assist
ant chairman of the organization de
partment, and from the State Fodera
tion of Parent-Teacher Associations by
Mrs. A. L. Hamilton of Pasadena. Mrs.
Hamilton is treasurer of the state body.
Other well known club women who
were present were Mrs. Mary H, Grid
ley, president of the Tuesday Morninir
club, Glendale, and Mrs. Shilling of
One of the minor difficulties which
writers contend with In marketing their
wares is that of proper preparation of
manuscript. The shop talk committee
of the Southern California Woman's
Press club, realizing this fact, has ar
ranged a program for the meeting
Tuesday which will liruminate the way
for thoso less experienced members.
Samuel Travers Clover, a publisher ami
writer «f experience, will discuss the
preparation of book manuscript. Fol
lowing this Mrs. Clara Shortridge Foltz
will give a short talk on "Contracts,"
dealing with the arrangements that
should be made between publisher and
author before publication.
The question box ia becoming one of
the most popular features of these shop
talk programs, and through Its medi
um a freedom of discussion among
members Is a.ways Interesting.
The club will give its first formal
evening function Tuesday, December 27,
when Mrs. Agnes Cain Brown Girarrt,
Harry Girard and Henry Balfour, all
well known singers, will give a recital.
This is an invitation affair, and about
600 cards will be issued. The song cycle,
"The Trend of Time," composed sev
eral years ago by Mr. Girard, will ba
given for the first half of the program,
Mr. Girard playing and directing the
singers. Miss Haiel Runge, contralto,
and EaM Couch, bass, will assist.
RAILROAD WJNs'eJECTION RIGHT
TOPJ2KA, Kas.. Dec. 10.—The su
preme court held today that a railroad
company had the right to eject a pas
senger who had entered a train with
out a ticket to go to a station where
the train was not scheduled to stop,
even though he offered to pay his faro.
Mihran & Co.
328 West Third Street, Near Hill
What is more acceptable for an Xmas gift than a. beautiful rug? It is something practical, something that
lasts a lifetime, something that reminds a person of the gladsome yuletlde time every day In the year.
In order to popularize Oriental Itugs as Xmas gifts we will sell
Regular $150 Rugs for $100 '
Regular $100 Rugs for $75
Regular $75 Rugs for $50
and the same reductions will follow on the cehaper ones. .
Just received a beautiful lot of Antique Beloucliiatans and Shirvans. Sizes 3x4 to 4x6, which will be on
sale until Xmas at
$1 Q flfl (Regulai
Make your selection now while stock is complete.
I lllllllft&yyfGm For instance: Could a gift be more |i
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SPKliS^^ A\ are a luxurious touch to hla toilet acces- I
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f-\§ * I*l Silver-plated combinations of brush, mug, M 3
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$50 reward for the man that can show
us how to' make our chocolates and
bonbons better. At the present time
they are absolutely unsurpassed. Buy
Christmas chocolates at the Chocolate
Shop, opposite Alexandria hotel, 207
West Fifth street.
i_^y»»ar— jm m j,. •.. For (rood trunk*.
f^L*!Cm r/JTiniiTi'T traveling bac*. .
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tabltabrd and munt reliable trunk mnnufao*
1 turer. Store and laotory, 236 Sooth >Isln. ,
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