Dr, :ind Mrs. CSranvllle MEOOOWM) of
Garland avenue will entertain with a
dinner party at Casa Verdugo, Wednes
day "evening, pecember it. Covers
will be laid for forty and a special
train will convey the guests to und
Horn the casa.
Mlss Beatrtoe Wlgmoro, datißhtor of
. .rs. John Wtfftnoro, lins set Monday
afternoon, January fl, as tbe riato for
her marrlaff to Rev. Jool fin Rols
Hunter of Chicago Commons. Chicago.
Miss Wlgrnoro 1h tho RUPst of hor
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. find Mrs.
Qeorga H. \VlKinorr\ In Thompson
street. Mr. Hunter will roach Los
Angeles about January 1. Tho rore
mony w! 1 oe road in Kt. Paul's cathe
dral at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon in
the presence of relatives and a few
intimate friends. Mr.". J. N. Pentium
of San Francisco will also arrive about
January 1. Many small affairs have
l>p"n Riven in Miss Wißmore's honor
nines her arrival here in November.
Mrs. Genrgi Wißinoro entertained thir
ty of the old friends of the bride-elect
last Thurs ay afternoon with an in
formal tea and Miss Mary lice of Weit
Adams street was hostess nt a lunch
eon Saturday afternoon at her home.
The table was dainty with pink sweet
peas and ferns ami (overs wire laid
for twelve. The Misses Morris of West
Twenty-fifth street entertained also
with a delißhtful luncheon at the Cop
per Kettle in honor of Miss WlKmore.
Miss Charline Coulter of w West
lnke avenue entertained with a de
lightful luncheon ;\t the California
i-lub yesterday afternoon. The tables
were decorated with holly berries and
tho place cards were monogrammed
hi red and pold. Covers were laid for
Mrs. Karl Anthony, Mrs. Thomas C.
Ridgway, Mrs. Pavid Bradley, Mrs.
John I'osey, Mrs. l.emy Owen Kver
sole, Mrs. Harold Wren. Mrs. WilKht
Coulter, Mrs. William Richards. Mrs.
Oeorge Keating, Mr«. Titian Coffey,
Mrs. Will Hook, Mrs. Robert Mcßey
nolds, Mrs. Harold Cook, and tho
Missis Luotle Clark, Inez Clark, Lucy
ciark. Bailie Utley, Maxjorie (Itley,
Kate Van Nuys, Annis Van Nuys, Al
berta Penis, Phils Milbank, Oertrude
King, Madeline Kins, Elizabeth Helm.
(Catherine Noursj, Anne Patton, Jo-
Bephlne McMillan, Julia Murray, Bailie
Bonner, Elotsi* Wateon, Katherlne
l!;inniiiK. Elizabeth Wood. Florence.
Wood, Echo Allen, Katharine Steams,
Emily Newlin, Amy Marie Norton, Ro
malns Poindexter, Clara Vickers, Nora
Northman, Mildred Burnett, Marie
Hobrick, Helena May Antoinette Ives,
Cora Ivea and the hostess.
Mi.-s Alma May Cook of the Xl Mora
apartments, 109 South Hill street, will
entertain members of the College of
I'ini Arts alumni with a Christmas
party Monday afternoon, December 26.
In honor of her birthday anniversary
Mrs. Rebecca Cairns of South Pasa-1
deni was entertained with a delightful
;-ui prise party Wednesday afternoon by
her many friends. The Christmas
cheer was carried out hy decorations
noinsPttias and ferns and a delicious
Itancheon was nerved, Those who en
loyed the afternoon were: Mrs. '/.. i..
Parmelee, Mrs. John W. Moore, Mrs.
Norman Marsh. Mrs. D. R. Hireiiler.
Mrs. V. J. Glfford. Airs, Julin X. Hunt
•if South Pasadena, Mrs. Crawford and
Mrs. Mary Perkins of Pasadena, and
Mrs. Lucerne Sti phensoa, Mrs. [tattle
Bqulnss, Mrs. Mary Lavry and Mrs.
Hattle Robinpon of Los Angeles.
Mrs. ami Mrs. Bernard Sehulman,
whose marriage was colemnteed De
.-. mber 4. have returned from their
wedding trip and are domiciled with
Mis Israel Bchulman i" Weal Twen
ty Hist street. Mrs. Schulman will be
i i home to her friends Mondays dur
ing the .-ll ter.
Mrs. civile r, Taylor, formerly of
■'»\ Worth Beaudry avenue, has moved
into'her ne / home al l»a Oxford boule
vard, wh.re she will receive her friends
, rlday after o< us.
Mr. and Mrs. Mattiew William Hailer
of 2020 Magnolia avenue have returned
from ;i two months' visit in the east..
The marriage of Miss Oenovieve
Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I H Buchanan of West Seventh
Ktreet, to Albert Paul of Hollywood.
will lie solemnized this evening at the
Bbell clubhouse in Smith Plgueroa
Mrs. Charles W. Hinclicliffe of South
Grand avenue, who has been visiting
mr the past three months In the east.
returned home Sunday morning.
Mrs Henderson Huyward of Wilsliiie
boulevard has Issued invitations for a
luncheon next Tuesday afternoon In
honor of Mrs. L. H. Ayers of Wash
ingU D. C. who has recently come
to Los Angeles t make her permanent
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Clark Of West
\da~ns treet were hosts at a dellght
iul nirty Sunday afternoon when their
grandson, J. Ross Clark, II son of Mr.
iind Mrs. Walter Miller Clark, was
i tirlstened by the Rev. Lewis Q. Morns
In f I presence oT a numb, r of inti
mate friends. Mr. and Mrs. William
\ Clark, jr.. acted as godparents and
the guests included Gen. and Mrs. Ad
na R. Chaffee. Maj. and Mrs. K. F. C.
Klokke, Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. ( or
iipll. Mr. and Mrs. I. N Van Nuys. Mr.
iind Mrs. Joseph A. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
T P Clark, Dr. and Mrs. Titian Coffey,
Existed! Existed! Existed!
High Grade Galloway Co. Bankrupt Stock of Men's Wear, Comprising
Eli Meyer and M. C. Simon's World's Standard Suits, Overcoats Sp Furnishings
Must Be Sold at Once by Order of U. S. BanKruptcy Court
Mo HalfHearted Methods»'Eoerything Goes at 50c on the Dollar
Come to the Big Sale Now at 329 SoXlth Spring Street
Charming Bride of the Month Who
Has Returned from Wedding Trip
—- ■■'■.■,, ■-..;■. ■■ :-'.Q
MRS. 111-UN Mill -( 111 I.MAN
Mrs. William E. Ramsey, Mrs. Addie
McDowell, Mrs. Joseph K. Clark, the
Losses Kathorlne MellU] and Sally
Homier. Will Reid, Carl Klokke, Adolph
Senwarta, Neil Pendleton ami \v. A.
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Hudson of Fran
cis avenue entertained with a dinner
party Friday evening. The house was
decorated with a profusion of Mowers
and ferns, polnsettlas and red geran
iums and ferns being used in the li
brary and music room and pink Manan
Cochet roses in the dining room. Cov
ers wore laid for Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Hudson, Mr. anil Mrs. J. W. Smith,
Miss Irene Hudson, Miss Haze! Hud
son, Earl Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Hud
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Roll of 1531
Wilton place will entertain with a
Christmas dinner party Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Covers will be laid
for eighteen and the decorations ■will
lie all iii Christmas Bowers and ferns.
Polnsettia.i will ho used in the draw-
Ing room, holly and smilax in the re
ception room and carnations and ferns
in the dining room. The guests will
Include Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Oreen,
San Francisco: Mr. and Mrs. IT. Barrett
of Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. U. I. Parks,
Mr, and Mrs. C. X. Baker, Mmes. Trv
ini? ronß, J. L. A very. John Bechett,
Benedict, Prescott Cosrswell. Thomas
Early, Charles McFarland, Henry
Lyons, C N. Randall, W. K. Hlnnhaw,
U. P. Noll. Alice Brondwell, Bertha
Casper, Mary Onrulran, ..Kr-iy.liis, K. De
lane\. t>r. and Mrs. 'William T^amb,
Misses Strong Gates, Mary Cober. E.
Plllsbery, l;; r>. Todd and .Ttidtre Waldo
York, L. G. Dunlap, O. E. Klnney, F.
11. Pico, ,T. .1. Carstro, George Pillsbury.
and Marrick Pp. In.
wn in tiif tttt
Strangers .ire Invited to visit the exhibits
of California products at the Chnriher of Com
merce bulldlnf, on Broadway, between Flr»t
»nt! Second streets, where free Information
will be Riven on all subject* pertaining to this
■•ft Inn. . ***
Miirlropn I "iir ISiMi'h
lliikrr*Ni>lil San IWrnarilino
l.o» Angsrtr".: »i.tlli anil Kroitdnny
•;•!! S. Spring
S»'srENHKUS— In a fancy box—the
suspenders that he llki<s to wear
light—strong with wearing "stretch."
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. 1910,
Arias from Faust, rarrnen and Er
nani formed an Interesting portion of
the program at Levy's yesterday when
the newcomers, the Venetian trio, made
their premier. .1. Orclnl, tonor; Kigo
Flravo., baritone, and Marie Oeszel,
dramatic soprano, are the Hinpers. Dor
ris Wilson hafl soniß Interesting poukk.
although "Oil, Promise Me" is scarcely
a new one, hut introduces an amusing
net in transforming a frock of last
year's style into a modern, up-to-date
1 hobble frock with merely a stage trick.
Ethel I.eslk'. already a favorite with
tho pn'trons of the cafe, sings "Thora."
and Ltonorc and Sharp and Turek are
tho cornelians of the bill. Kommer*
mayor's orchestra furnishes accompani
ments and music for the entire acts.
"Ask th<>pp two men ovaf theip t>"i itop eat
ing tli<lr soup for a tew mlnutei," .-<sii■ 1 the
mummer of the tKblu d'hoto restaurant to the
waiter; "nobody can hear the lady singing!"
Fresli Air in Winter
'— -n,-.. — In winter, it is hard to get fresh air
' -tf^igiijEs^gge in certain rooms. ' Some rooms in a
•* %BRgWsJJsm^ ' house 'are usually colder than others,
>Hr*i!^^iiSV and 'f yOU °rten the %'in(Jows if is
C lis^saaaiamJ hard again to heat the room ropcrly
r^l^l^^*^ If you keep the windows closed
■VfcJirolfiiS you don't get fresh air; if you keep
tJje^P'JhsW tnem °Pen y° u cannot Quickly reheat
R^B^^^^J Absolutely smokeless and odorless
o<^m^^^m^k. solves the difficulty. You can leave
//^_ * the windows in a room open all day
// -i- -faßP®^^ \1 in winter, and when you close them
**'■ \ 'vy % apply a match to a Perfection Oil
• \ffl Heater and heat the room to any tem
c.l perature you desire in a few minutes.
The Perfection Oil Heater Is finished in japan or nickel. It burns for
nine hours. It has a cool handle and a damper top. It has an automatic
locking flame spreader, which prevents the wick from being turned high
enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back so that the wick can be
quickly cleaned. An indicator always shows amount of oil in the font
The filler-cap does not need to be screwed down. It is put in like a cork
In a bottle, and is attached to the font by a chain.
The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new
device in construction, and consequently, it can always be easily unscrewed in
an instant for rewicking. The Perfection Oil Heater is strong, durable, well
made, built for service, yet light and ornamental.
Dtaltrs Everywhere. If not at yours, write for t/tscriplim circular _ _
<° '*« nearest agency c] the
JjpiF Standard Oil Company y^
Hostesses nt Ebell club yesterdiy |
were Mrs. G. P. Prince, chairman; !
Mrs. C. Li, Hanson, Mrs. G, W. Hogan '
and Mrs. T. A. Hex. Assisting women j
were Mrs. Howard Rivers, Mrs. John :
B. Peacock, Mrs. Oscar Huberts, Mrs.
Alfred Russell, Mrs. J. K. Coleman,
Mrs. Roy Hill and Mrs. Allen Butt.
Mrs. .1. H. Francis has about per
fected plans for the Christmas celebra
tion which will be given on two sue- I
cesslve days. |
December 20 the children of club
mom ben will be guests and the day I
following 250 Settlement children will I
be entertained. The program will be i
the same each day except that with a !
moving picture showing a Christmas :
film and ono of American si'iiery. The j
beautiful tree will be decorati.-il in the. j I
Auditorium, and Thursday afternoon ; '
there will be dancing after :ho pro- . '
gram and refreshments, Ice cream and
cake and candy. Friday the children ]
will each receive a toy and will have ; !
to take home a box of cany, tin 'apple j I
and an orange. |
Mrs. .1. H. Abrahnmson will ."ing I
Thursday, and there will be harp solos j
and Christmas carols Friday by M. E. j
Several chapters of the D. A. It. will
be represented at the luncheon today
at Christopher's. The seven chapters '
of the state are invited to m«3t hers
with Eschficholtzift, and it is expected
that representatives from Hollywood,
Pasadena, Riverside, and Long Beach
will be present, and possibly some from
the newly organized chapter a* San
Diego. Mrs. W. W. Stlllson will speak
of her trip through the north and will
tell of the new chapters she i.; organiz- ;
ing. About seventy-five guests will be
Mrs. Clifford Payson of San Uiogo
will be a guest at the Friday Morning !
club meeting this afternoon. Mrs. Pay- I
son recently has returned from Mew
York, where, she witnessed >; ■.i Y-oJiu> j
tion of Maeterlinck's "Blue Bird" and
other dramatic novelties, and she will j
speak of these at the meeting "his aft- j
ernoon when the dramatic committee |
will have charge and will produce the
SERVICES FOR MRS. TUNNICLIFF
Funeral services will be held over the
body of Mrs. Assilnie Louisa Tunni
cllff this afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho
Lome of her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Uerry,
liilfi East Fourth street. The Rev. W.
E. McKenzte and Dr. W. 10. Tilroe will
officiate, burial to be in Evergreen
TO HOLD CHRISTMAS SERVICE
A special Christmas .sour service un
der the auspices of the Teachers' Grad
ed union, will be led by Prof. B. P.
Stout at Berean hall. Temple auditor
ium, tomorrow morning beginning at
9:46 o'clock. This will be follow, cl by
the teaching of the lesson of the
BODY OF CRANDALL ARRIVES
TUe body Of Henry Crandall, 6« years
old, a prominent member of the
Knights Templar, who died at San
Diego, was brought to IjOS Angeles for
cremation at the Los Angeles crema
ftat*hHrtie« Oet«h*r, Itfl \
<—» II ii tl*e» 8. KROADWAT. IM-M8 S. nOJ. ST. *""^"^"^
FOURTH FLOOR CAFE AND MEN'S GRILL OPEN 11:30 TO 5:00
Worth-While Gifts of Bedding
| will find favor with every woman who prides herself upon her household equipment:
! AMONG COMFORTS—Cotton, lambs wool ! BABY BLANKETS—Comforts, pillows and
and down filled comforts, with silkoline. saline, ! > mattresses; blankets with 'Leddy bears, el
silk or satin covers; beautifully assorted pat- ! ' ephants, rabbits, etc., in blue or pink; plain
terns at '$1.25 to $37.50 ' white with blue or pink borders; colors with
LAMBS 'WOOL BLANKETS-and cotton white borders' £'' V 75C tO $.. 7- 5°
mixed ones, stripes or plain colors; plain while BABY PILLOWS—Any shape or size; floss
for making monograms upon. $2.50 to $40 pr. i; or down filled, with cotton, satine or silk coy-
BLANKETS .FOR GARMENTS — House crs; ay i hade. „_ , .
coats, lounging robes, motor coats, bath robes. ; BABY MATTRESSES- any shape or
etc _ $2 to $8 size: filled with cotton, floss or hair color of
FANCY BLANKETS—For throws, heavy I covenng to suit.
jacquard, imported French raw silk, Italian . Special Prices On SIIK Comforts
stripes, etc $1.50 to $10 r .....
AUTOMOBILE ROBES-Plain or fringed- $^7 50 ones now ».$30.00
AUTOMOBILE ROBES— l'lain $3.50 to $25 $-5.00 ones, now $27.50
. . , to en fri coe $35.00 ones, now q><s/.ou
a wide assortment, at S>J.SU to $^5 *"
INDIAN BLANKETS-Suitable for automo- %?7 50 ones, now ••-••••••;;•;;;- • .ip^.ou
INDIAN BLANKETS-Suitable for automo- J; • • w " J...520.00
bile robes, traveling wraps, couch covers, etc. *Z5-0U ones- now *
' $7.50 to $15 $22.50 ones, now ...$17.50
STEAMER' RUGS-Imported and domestic ', $20.00 ones, now ,• • $15.00
$5 to $25 ; $17.50 ones, now 9>14.5U
OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES - and fine ji $15-00 ones, now $12.50
feather pillows; guaranteed. ] $12.50 ones, now • • -*IU-UU
Men's Bath Robes and House Coats Reduced
$3.50 Robes $2.75 j $4.00 Robes $3.00 j $5.00 House Coats $4.00
$5.00 Robes $4.00 ; $6.50 Robes $5.00 g.50 House Coats ..... .$5.00
$7.50 Robes $5.50 $8.00 Robes $6.00 $1Q 0Q House Coats $7-50
$9.00 Robes $6.50 !; $10.00 Robes $7.00 ; $ 12 .50 House Coats $9.00
$12 50 Robes .$9.50 $13.50 Robes $9.50 $13.50 House Coats $10.00
$16.50 Robes '.'. $12.50 $20.00 Robes $16.00 $18.00 House Coats ... .$14.50
Another Jewelry Clearance
Brings $3.50 Articles to You at $1.50
Brisk buying among these lines has greatly reduced their quantity-left us with only a few of a
sort— hundreds of sorts—which we shall now close out at one small price:
AT $1 50 BUY
Cuff Link and Scarf Pin Sets Buckles Brooches Hat Pins Necklaces Belt Pins
Long ChLs jewel Cases Odd Vanity Pieces Cuff Links Fancy Scarf Pin.
and dozens of other equally good gift articles which have previously commanded prices
up to 53.50; now
If You're Buying Leather Bags
Save Like This
I either shopping bags make such very appropriate gifts to any woman that it's no wonder we're
practically »fd out in many numbers/ All odd bags go out at reductions like the following:
$5, $6 AND $7.50 BAGS FOR $4.75
Odd numbers of our choicest bags at these original prices-practically every leather size
color and shape that is found in such bags, on sale at • • •*''•'•>
* * Higher priced Bags likewise reduced.
Conlter Dry Goods Co.»
T EST.I9OO T
LOS ANGELES -..,. SAN FRANCISCO
,iK. Yr'ia, <*»«"' T«^J
oi the Capital Stock or
Mutual Home Bldg. Corporation
Now offered at $1.30 per share.
803-108 HIC.fiIKS BUILDING.
You can buy It. perhaps at many places, but
there's one BEST place to buy It—an.i that
INTERESTING ROUTES OF JfIAVEL _^
ALL CARE TAKES WING AT
H r UK OF PEACE—THE NATURAL BEAITIES — THK INDESCRIBABLE
1H '' CIUK.M-COMBINE!* WITII THE
BEST CLIMATE IN THE WORLD
MAKES IT IDEAL FOR BEST. THERE'S LOTS OF SPOUT. ALSO.
« m. ».Tik.T¥X.T*- r~<r\ A .„♦*. MM PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG.
BANNING CO., Agents iostb—Main 4*93.
Ye Alpine Tavern
Situated on Mount Lowe. A mile above the sea. American plan. $3 per day.
Choice of rooms in hotel or cottage. No consumptives or Invalids taken.
Telephone Passenger Dept.. Pacific Electric Ry., or Times Frea Information
Bureau for further information.
ADACVTIMT Adll "*° °"r 'orl*l IU" by CAFE BRISTOL
KUoi I 111 I i';;;: 1 '" "'" crowds "' rare- Siwlne and
IW yJ I I 111! irer ruurth St».
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