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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 12, 1901, Woodland, California                                 VOL. XLIV.  WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 12. 1901  NO. 241  A WAR OF ROSES.  Entertainment in New Armory Hall Friday Evening.  Given Under the Auspices of the Young Ladies Social Club of Christian Church.  south in the the dividing  The young ladies' social club of the Christian church showed both taste and good business sense in the inauguration and management of a very unique entertainment which was given Hi flew armory hall Friday evening. It was something out of the ordinary, and so novel that it inspired the I jest efforts of the members from the moment It was ilrst suggested and their zeal aud enthusiasm arouseu unusual interest among their friends.  All day Friday the various committees Were busy completing the details,put ting on the finishing touches to the decorations and enlisting the sympathies of their friends. The young la dies were particularly active in their missionary work, and their persistent buttonholing and Importuning served to remind us of an election day.  The members of the society were as • near equally divided as possible The division was made by calling the roll, and the ml and white banners alternated in choice. As a result husband aud wib* were olden arrayed against each other under opposing col ors. Pastor Morgan appeared to Im one of the chiels in the red rose imp, and he did some very clever work, but his cleverness was in great measure lolled by bls popular wife who was one of the leaders under th*- while rose flag.  The attendance was good. The admission at the door netted 197. About two-thirds of t**e main hall was enclosed by the contending sides, and the space was equally divided. A ^ •«*, running north and Whiter of the hall, fixed line  The decorations were very elaborate and very pretty. The committee in charge of the decorations for the white rose side consisted of Mrs. Morgan, Mnf Harley Harllng, Mrs Win. Browning,Misses Grace Holt and Julia Boggs, and they had a number of velum eer assistants.  The red rose committee was made up of Mrs. C. R. Wllcoxoa, Mrs. May Brown* Mrs. W. Y. Browning, Mr. aud Mrs. Gist, the Misses Bakie, Nellie Bullock, Clara Bell Griffin, l*eona Browu, Mary Browning, Irma Browning, ltuby Garrette, Grace Craig and Ors Stephens.  Of course the white rose was a distinguishing feature in the white booth, and some very fine specimens were es hi bi ted. White I repe paper and ropes of smilax were the features of the overhead decorations. Ivy on the balcony and asparagus ferns on the wire netting were used with very pleas effects. Potted plants, hanging gets, mirrors and asparagus ferns were th** features In the dining room-Th** special illuminations were green ami white Incandescent lights. De-vinous lemonade was served from a large punt Ii bowl. The menu consisted of chicken salad, dainty wafers, olives, salted almonds, Ice-cream, angel food cake and coffee. A bevy of pretty girls ranging from ten to Af teen years of age, gave admirable ser vice In Hie dining room In the red rosa booth the decorations  were exquisite. Tho arch over tho an trance was particularly beautiful. Bad roses, satin ribbons aud smilax formed the framework, and th* art; of red iucamWont lights completed a very pretty picture*. The design over head was in rod streamers. Tho wire netting on the south was a maze of red geraniums, smilax aud red satin ribbons. The ©ast balcony wasdono in pepper branches, hanging baskets and bows of red or**po paper. Du the ea»t wall were mirrors, muskets, haver  Hacks anti oilier accoutrements of Com  panv F. George Lovejoy, Hay wright aud Elmer Van TW H, in uniform and parrying musket*, acted as sentinels at the entrance Master Kdwin Baden, iii Lord Fa a ii Beray suit of bright crimson, acted a* tick et-taker, ami little H »len Rosenberg a- usher. Refreshments were served iii apart moots formed with the aid of pretty folding screens. The decorations flowers and potted plants The consisted or chicken salad,dain-ips, olives, < off ce. peppermint ice . ream ami orange food iol and refreshing lemonade during the entire evening, rose adherents opened Mn with a very pretty scle**-ripha Polka/’ rendered by members of the mandolin!. W. ii Lawson, Misses j Minnie Germeshausen, Miss Clowe and Mr. H, Edema©, keiuei, Mia. Ethel Campbell, Browning and George Craig eery pretty quartette. “My  ous A. B. C. duet was well rendered by Miss Mattie Garrette and George Craig.  Mrs. Della Prior-Pierce sang “Could I” in splendid voice.  A very funny little farce, entitled “Why Mrs. Gaskill Didn’t Hire a Cook,” was the next number on the program. Miss Grace Holt impersonated Mrs. Gaskell, and her guest was Mrs. Harley Harllng. The applicants were Mrs. I. P. Diggs, as Susan High-head, dressed in all the colors of the rainbow; George Craig, cleverly made up as a Chinaman; Miss D. Campbell, who didn t want the position unless the landlady could speak Latin and French fluently, Miss Mattie Garrette. who had the swagger and vernacular of the tough girl, down to a fine point, and Miss Elma Goln. who had the manners and brogue of an Irish girl, who could “cook like an angel."  An old-tfme favorite. “ Cousin Jed©. (Hah, ” brought out Mrs. Carrie Gray, Mrs. J- J. Morgan. Mrs. W. H. Browning, Mrs. I. P. Biggs, Miss Mabel Cook, W. H. Browning, George Craig and Lester Rhodes, I heir costuming was exceedingly funny, and by many this feature was consluered the best on the program.  After this number Rev. J. J. Morgan announced the beginning of the rod rose program.  Miss Leonore Cummins rendered in a very artistic manner on the piano Llstz “ Sixth Rhapsody.”  Mrs. Steiner and W. IL Browning sang very sweetly “Goodbye, Sweet Day.”  “ Two Little Gossipers ” introduced two little sprites, Helen Rosenberg aud Dorothy Porter, who soon demonstrated the fa^t that there are some things that children can do aswell as their mothers.  Mrs. May Harlan-Brown gave very effectively*a humorous recitation cut! tied “She Wanted to I*earn Elocution.*  The closing number wa?* a quartet •ntitled “The Auctioneer,*' splendidly rendered by Misses Mary Browning and Abide Ka kb* and Messrs. Gist and Browning.  It was then announced that refresh meats were ready to he served, and for the next hour the refreshment tables were well patronized. Everybody was also invited to cast a ballot ex pressing an opinion as to which was entitled to tho palm of victory. Three hundred and eighty-three votes were cast and the white rose adher •*nts won by a margin of 67. The wearers of the red rose took defeat good naturedly, comforting themselves with the thought that their re eel pts exceeded those of their success ful opponents by $5.  BRIEF CITY NEWS  Events of Interest in Woodland and Surroundings.  bocal Items of More or Less Interest Picked up Her and There On the Wing.  Don’t fail to hear Mason and Mason this evening.  and Adolph”  “Rudolph e “pl oiling.  will afford  CHURCH NOTES.  Services to be Held at the Various Places of Worship.  Methodist Episcopal church—“The Strangers' Sabbath Home ' -Corner Second and North streets. Rev. C. E. Winning, pastor. The pastor’s theme for the morning sermon will be “ How to Have Two Good Services Every Sunday," and the following music will be presented :  Prelude—“ Aria ’  ...........Mozart  Anthem—“Give Unto the Lord” ............................ Lorenz  Voluntary—“Lledans Preciora    ............  Weber  Postlude — “ Andante ”..........Gluck  In the evening the pastor will speak on “Music," and th** musical program will be as follows;  Prelude—“The Lost Chord" . .Sullivan Song Hcrvice. .Choir and congregation Anthem— •* Make Mc a Sanctuary   ...............  Lorenz  Voluntary—** Nocturne ” Spohi  Cl as*meeting at 10:30 ; Sunday school  the “phunnlest sort of phun” this ev- at 12:15; Epworth League meeting at  j 6:30 p. rn. A cordial welcome awaits  Dr. J. McLean, a veterinary surgeon of Sacramento, will be at the < ’ollegt* stables on Monday next.  v„Mr and Mrs. Oscar Whitehouse have purchased of Ix>rd & Murray a handsome rubber-tire buggy.  The White House quotes some convincing prices on floor coverings in its now ad., to which we call attention.  Every day of warm weather and dry winds lessens the chances that the ral-sin-growers will sustain serious losees The West Valley Lumber Company Is employing two wagons to move the lumber It is now receiving.  l^eo l.arke, formerly of Davisvtlle, has been tendered the leadership of the Grass Valley and Nevada City bands.  Most of those who have made a study of hog cholera say that all hogs that die of the disease should be burned.  The second crop of strawberries is still in the market and ye editor was born with a strawberry mark on his appetit©.  Ed I. Leake left for Sacramento this afternoon to play cornet with Pro-  PURELY PERSONAL  Movements of Persons Prominent in Society and Easiness.  Social Gossip of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts.  The excitement im idont to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoeo, and for this reaa-' oft no one should leave home without a  j qotth* of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera i and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by J. V, Leithold.  Verua cures piles or $50 reward. Brice $2. For sale in Woodland bv J. V. Leithold, the draught.    *  FIFTY-CENT COLUMN.  I All alum*** OI seminal* nilv-rtlteineutt. |,„ mooch!lug tore duet, inserted nuder tht# deed , for (Ifly conI*per week, payable in advaue® I  nog SALK—A HAWKEY!*: 3^X3;* KOL* A K , F In good court Mon, Uac■ nims only Moo*  I of inst motions goes I chonp. Can be seen KODAK, this office.  with it Will In this office.  be soid  Add re a*  ta  Dr. Yates Rosa.  left this morning for San-  I mu BALE-EIGHTY HNH BEEF CATTLE r stcera and hellers, too tin aprttic < ale a KO A I dairy cows, Durham bred For full particulars enquire of HIM** CAVE, aoutli of clit horn.    *    0I6  W .I  morning  Pickering went south this  Not Too Funny.  Now and then some crank comes along and professes something that Is to be too funny. That’s all right for Napa or Stockton, but Woodland is sane and orderly, and so The Old Maids” in the inimitable farce, “O, B’s a Man,” are Just right—funny enough, for Just as funny as one can stand. Our local stars, who are flue, are in It. and the whole matter is pointed toward October 21st. at 8:20 p. rn. Watch for the bills and th** conundrum show window guess cards.  English Walnuts.  John Martin, who lives west of Woodland, has two English walnut trees that ar** 15 years old and have been in bearing for only 2 years. A M. Eaton sold him the young trees and he is selling a great number of slips to those who have concluded to graft the English walnut on other sunk. The nuts on the Martin frees are very large and of good flavor.  Hanson Was It.  Oakland received another severe drubbing Friday from the hands of San Francisco. The score was 13-1. Hanson had the distinction of having ored the only run and only stolen base for his team. He also managed to secure one of the three hits made by Oakland.  Attention, Company FI  Members of Company F will please assemble at the armory od Sunday morning st 8:30 o'clock for the regular shoot. CAPTAIN CURSON  feasor DoCoe’a orchestra in Hale Bros store this evening.  Dave Wyckoff is a delegate to the grand encampment of Odd Fellows. which will be held in Fresno commencing next Friday.  G. W. Pierce has removed all his stock from Glen Alpine for the season. The snow season has already opened at that popular resort.  The market hunters have evolved a very ingenious scheme for evading the i provisions of the game law. Dealers I in San Francisco now act as brokers, The latest nows from Frank Lam- j pile re, of Davisvtlle, who is in u Sacra* uieuto hospital, holds out tin* hope that the amputation of his leg may not be necessary.  Rev, H. L. Matthews telegraphs from Santa Rosa that he is sick and will not be home until neit week. There will therefore be no services In the M. E. church south tomorrow.  (ke Hyman swore out a complaint in Justice Buggies* court this afternoon, charging John Schneider witli having used a cane on Alvin Hyman the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hyman  Mrs. E Barbour returned from Woodland Sunday, where she was called some tim** ago by the serious illness of her father. He is now improving and his recovery Is expected, although he is a very old man -Solano (Courier.  you at any of the above services.  St. Luke’s Episcopal church, Second street, between Main street and Lin coin avenue. Rev. O. Parker, pastor-— Celebration of the holy communion. a. in.; Sunday school, 10:15 a. rn. morning prayer and sermon, ll a. rn. evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. iii On the first Sunday in tho month thore will be a second celebration of tho holy communion at the ll o'clock service* All are most cordially in vited to attend.  Church of the Holy Rosary, Main street. Father Grealy, pastor; Father Horgan, assistant-Mass will be celebrated In the church at 8 and 10:30 a. rn. Mass will be celebrated at Knights Landing at 9 a. rn.  Christian church, corner College street and Lincoln avenue. J. J. Morgan, pastor—Sunday school at IO a rn. The morning sermon will be tho third in tho series on “Reconstructed Christianity.” Special music at each service. Solo by Mr. Craig lathe morning and the male quartet will sing at the evening service.  Baptist church, corner College street and Lincoln avenue—** Some Sane and •Sensible Thoughts for Honest Living and “ What is Heaven and What it HeU?”wlll furnish the themes for stud v at the Baptist church. Stewart will preach. Besides all of the tegular orders of service on such occasions, we shall have some good singing by the choirs of both the Baptist and Congregational churches.The welcome Is also cordial and a double welcome, as It comes from both congregations. The studies will do good to anyone, aud we Ldieve will be especially interesting to those who have not fully settled the | matter of whether heaven or hell is to I i>* their next bom**.  I  , OR SaLK-ii Head ol So I dairy cjws sn \ I young cat is,fin* lulu* inflow Knights landing on Sutter tide For further Information ...  v  q *  —     n.. ann  , ».!„ I cal! on or srtdrrM B, M GHEEN A BON, oraf-  \Y. Y. Browning left Tor rrcsnotins  u »o.Ctl.    out'  morning.  W. A. Anderson went to Sacramento i this morning.  1/OK SALK—ONB HUNDRED COLONIES OF I* tem for    For further p*rUcuUmi ad  Ircul. B.CAPES, Woodland,Uni.    oI2  left for Yuba City  was an arrival  C, E. Byrns went to San Francisco this morning.  G. H. Jackson this morning.  Henry L^tugenour on the noon train.  Miss Nannie Gwinn was an arrival  ou the noon train.  Mrs. W. J. Parker has returned from Bartlett springs  Wm. Black and wife returned to Zamora this morning  Miss Julia McWilliams was an arrival on the noon train.  Mrs. E. W. Biddie, of Oakland. Is visiting her son, Chester, In this city.  . Misses Ron** and Agnes Hath maim returned from Knights Landing this nmrniug.  F, 8. Tobey, who has been employed in tho Model bakery, left today for his homo in Buffalo.  Mrs. J. D. Lawson and Mr. aud Mrs, James B. Lawson's two little girls,  Alxadu and Zuro. wont to Berkeley  thin morning.  Mrs. D. G. Coy returned Thursday from a visit to relatives and friends ai Woodland and Sacramento.—Rodding Free Press.  T, R. Low** and wife left for San Mateo this morning to visit their son. Clem. who is amending St. Matthew's college.  BR*»«*0 M ARES AND Cl I 1  young nmU’t, I ,K*ug blo*, 2 aet of mala unmet*, st B F, Llggsi't. 5 ni:**t tooth wrest of Arbuckle Addr**** joseph MEI.VIN, Ar t»nek le.’Csls     k     o26  I P, FISHER. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING  I j«AK*nt, .*1 Merchant#* K soh# ii sr  citee, is nnr authorized agent* on file tn his office  san I -si* Thlt paper 1   oTRAYK'*—A SOW, *7 crop off right ear  HEAVY WITH PIG. *•71'' branded oh eld**. Any Information left at this office or P. t>. box IO** will be thansfuby received.    ol2  '■■'AKES UP—A DARK BROWN HORSE. I with lulls cotton rope attacked to nee* . kart on left fort* leg swollen; stem 9 or 10 venin old. Owner cen have tb«* Mmr bycalllng  hud paying coals VOL** ORCHARD oil  Iff A N TK I -75 MKN To CHOP BRUSH yr Wage* I I 25 per day and l«*rd Apply to the P aah Iou stables, Woodland, or at the rn ut n. at ak of i*«*hf errek  Sl7t(    BAM    MONTGOMERY.  Will Not Be Here.  Tho meeting at the mission rooms this evening will not be conducted by the VV. C. T. U., the speaker, G. T. Meeker, cannot be present as adverts d, on account of other pressing duties.  Baseball.  Tile Willows baseball club is expected to arrive this afternoon and will remain in thi* cit v until Monday morning. Seats have been put up for the accommodation of th** crowd and the diamond will be put in first-class condition todai. The following is tht line-up of th** two teams:  Willows    Woodland  Miller...,,. catcher ........ McNeill  Komraers..... .pitcher......... . Hoag  C* rot lie re.... .first base.   ...... Mack  O'Brien ... second bink ...... Beader  S toe hi no third base........Fisseli  Lowe........ shortstop,,*. McCobi  Behorn . . left field  McNeill  Bondurant., .center field Griffin  Sen reno ... . right field  ........Ball  A DSW remedy for biliousns a is now on salt st J. V. Leitlndd's drug store. It it called Chamberlain's Stomach and I Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief end will prevent the attack if given as soon ss the first indication of tbs disease appears. Price 25e per box. Samples free.  I OI! OOO RAISIN HUY* FOR * VLK. GOOD I fordrytug fruit Enquire of U Dodge, I letter know o na "Crasf I Knife, Hartsville,  (si    octl&  JOHN SLATER  HE WORLDS GREATEST  MENTAL  PSYCHIC,  Fora goon Knave, hair-cut or */> en in Minuter'# I'SrCer » ti*  sham  if  w ut bold two of tit# marvelous test services at  ARMORY HALL,  Sunday and Monday Evenings,  sharp.  26 cents.  Oci. til and 14  IdmlsslcD, :  at $.15 p ut  OF COURSE YOU ALL KNOW WE SELL CARPETS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, ETC., BUT DO YOU MOW WE SELL I HEM AS CHEAP AS ANY OF THE BIG CITY CONCERNS ?  Look into this. Investigate, if you need Carpets. We sell  Ingrain-!, a yard wide, at ................  Ingrains, half wool, a yard wide, ut .....  ingrains, cotton warp, a yard wide, at...,  Ail-wool, 2-ply, a yard wide, at..........  Pro-Brussels, linen warp, a yard wide, at  Tapestry-Brussel*, at.....................  Linoleum, 6 feet wide, from  .....  Floor Oil Cloths, at............  •JJA  Bedur for th* Blood Thau Sarsaparilla  For those living in the malaria dis I Mattings, at..........  triets. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Window Shade-*, from   35c a > ai d  .... bo*’ a yard .... 50c a > i rd ..... 75c a yard   75o a \ ard  75c, 87k and 90c *kj na I*** ) aril up    bv to fide  . -!t>‘ 2<*e aud 35c ,,,, . IGC aud up  Bear in mind, we are showing all new, bright and pretty patterns in carpets.  were menu ty  I**, ie.  With FC  The  the pn  ti*“  the id  Un clu  Kau* a Cai hk*  Vi  sh  .a  us. ink  tn  Mrs W ii sang Bone;  I  Loved So Well.” The faui-  * I rick sn Wit ti Paralysis.  Henderson Grimed, of tilts place, wsf stricken aith partial p filius and mmpleiel* Inst Hie use ol one arm and side. Alter being treated by an etui. lieut physician for quite a while without relief, nay wife recommends*! Chamberlain's Pain Balm, sod alter using two Iionics of it he la almost entirely eared.—Oso It.McDonald, Mao, Logan cmnty.W. Va. fevers! othe v- ry re msrkahle cares of partial parti)ais have Iieen effected Iv the Ute of this liniment. It is most widely known, however. a* a cute for rheumatism, sprains sod bruises.  w ’old bv J, V. Leithold.  The Best Prefer* pf iou fur Malaria j Chills and fever is a battle of Grove'* Tasteless Chill Tonic Ii it simply iron j and quinine in s lintel**# form, No, core—no pay, Pries MV  For the beet meals, most prompt ter- j vice sud polite attention go to fJrendel's j Restaurant, second door east of College street. Woodland, tai. beating ca-, paella, IOO persons at once. s25tf    P-    W,    Bkkkdbl.  Malaria Make# lit* puts IUuurt.  'Jrove’s Tasteless Chili Tonic cure* ms-laris.    __ __  Malaria Caa«#i KlllMiaM*.  Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: removes tbs cause  Makes THE WHITE HOUSE  Hot  Breads  Whole  some  Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls, and muffins.  ROVAI, BAR I KO POWDER CO., IOO WILLIAM IT. NEW YORK.  GOLD & SILVER  QIITDTC O ll I TY I O  Deflect their excel I en co from all sides. Fie* I may Ins conceited, wry much if ans one in Woodland l» showing as hand-otue & inc as is now on bain at PHEIPS pi aw Look at them. You may t os I do —CLYDE. I sell sox at FRED’S place.  but ho doubts Of Fall Shirt.** bink the same  PEOPLE’S TRADE PALACE.  GUGGENHIME & DRIED FRUITS  I  WOODLAND  I* nos* §fil  ouyesa or  RAISINS, NUTS,  PACKING HOCKE.  c o.  HONEY.   

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