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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 11, 1907, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1850 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA EVENING DECEMBER 11 1007 IOBSERVANGE OF MOTHERS DAY DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 I Amusements Annual Even Held by Woodland Parlor N 06 W A Holiday Atmosphere Pervaded and a Gaily Decorated Christmas Tree Stood Forth The beautiful custom of observing Mothers DayinaiiRtiratcd uy the Grand Parlor of Native Daughters on the Ini tiative of Grand Trustee Lee of this city has taken a strong hold upon the local parlor With each succeeding year the observance takes on a more elalmrato form and those in whose honor it was instituted look forward to tho annual event with ns keen in terest and as much zest as their more enthusiastic daughters Tuesday was Mothers Day with Woodland Parlor and for several days prior thereto it was the allabsorbing Ilieme of discussion In Native Daugh ters circles At a meeting held in No vember the conimittecs were appointed and after that time the committees had the active cooperation of other mem bora of the parlor in diligent efforts to malte the ISO observance eclipse all others Tho committee on decorations and Christmas tree consisted of Mrs Mae Mwiden Miss Ella Baker Mrs Teresa laslcy Mrs Dave Johnston and Mrs Nellie Armfield Tho banquet committee was made up as follows Mrs Ed is Lcake chair man Miss Harriet Lee Mrs Fred Stoning Mrs J A Murray Miss Birdie Colbiira Airs H Woolley and Miss Kathryn Simmons As indicated the observance took the form of a Christmas tree and banquet and in both features the parlor a gratifying success The attendance of Native Daughters was unusually large and notwilbstand ing tho stormy weather and counter atlractions a large number of mothers were there to enjoy the hospitality and receive tho tributes to their long and useful lives and they entered into the spirit of the occasion with unalloyed pleasure There were about twenty five present Tho decorations in the assembly hall wore very attractive especially the artistic arrangement of bollyberries But the crowning feature was the stately and handsome Christmas tree which was brilliantly illuminated and was laden with many favors of Santa Claus Mrs Mto Ludden personated Santa Claus hi a happy manner and her witty presentations were the source of much mirth There were one or more pres ents ite every one there None of the were of great value but all of them were appropriate and most of them were given in a snirit of fun and frolic Tho fun did not end with the dis tribution of presents There was plenty of it as well as a fine feast around the banquet table The table decorations were much admired Theiliumination wero from red candles The tables were arranged in the form of a cross Red bells wcro suspended the fui length of the tables the largest in the ceiitfland gradually decreasing In size as the distance from the center in creaied For place cards Woodland scenes printed on postal cards were utilized On each card was a poetical quotation The following will give some idea of their appropriateness Lo nrw comes our joyful Christmas feast Let everyone bo jolly Heap on more wood the wind is chill But let it whistle as it will Well keep one Christmas merry still At Chrislmas play and mnhe good cb cor For Christmas comes but once a year A largo candelabra rested on a glass center and over this peeped the Na tive Daughters boar The menu consisted of chicken salad relishes icecream and all of which was daintily pre pared and served Miss Lee officiated as toastmlstreas and her announcements and Introduc tions were felicitous Responses were made by Miss Agnes Hachmann presi dent of the parlor Mrs Sue E Grant Mrs W 13 Gibson Mra M G Lee Mrs H W Dexter Mrs D P Dlggs and Mrs J o Maxwell Theywere all In a happy vein and some of them were interesting from a reminiscent point of view It wna nearly midnight when the observance was over Hollls E Cooleys great American drama Arizona written by Augus tus Thomas will be the attraction at the opera house this evening As the name indicates the scenes and people of the play are taken from the most picturesque southwestern territory of which most Americans have gained their Impressions through the draw ings of FrederlCL Remington Mr Remington by the way made the A CHINAMANS HOUSE ROBBED Trunk Stolen and Part of the Contents Taken Neero Suspects Taken and Constable Parker Goes North and Arrests Two Miss McCall as Mrs Canby in Arizona sketches for the four superb scenes ID the stage production of Arizona and personally supervised the details and costuming Tho Los Angeles correspondent to tho San Francisco Dramatic Review had the following to say of Arizona when presented recently in the Grand Opera House in that city That everpopular classic of the plains Arizona with a better cast than presented the same play at the Mason a year or so ago is Manager Bakers offering for the week The Arizona company of this season Is the best since the original cast In some re spects it may be considered better Joseph Green who plays Henry Canby this year ia a wortny successor of Theodore Roberts tne creator of the rale Lizzie McCall will he admitted by those who have seen her to be the best Mrs Canby who ever played the role Frank Kemhle seen for the first time this year as Sergeant Kellar may without prejudice be compared with tho originator of the character The others of the principals are well cast If there is a weakness it is seen In Tony Mostano tho Mexican vaquero and the shortcomings In dialect and mannerisms of Irving J Lancaster In this role will bo forgiven for the sake of the clover get away he practices in the last act CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS I will allow yon 10 per cent discount for cash on cut glass Haviland china fancy vases brass goods nickel goods and handpainted china balance of the week all goods marked in plain fig ures Agent for McDonalds famous candles T S Spamlllng 114 Dont let the baby suffer from ec zema sores or any itching of the skin Uoans Ointment gives Inatant relief cures quickly Perfectly Bafc X for children All druggists sell It Caswells coffee scaled In molature proof packngcB at the roasters retains all Its erlspnoRS and flavor At the tracers nlZd Tho Uncle Josh Perkins aggrega tion had a slim crowd at the opera house Tuesday niglit but It was as large as the merits of tUs performance warranted There are a couple of good character actors in the company but the play furnishes a poor vehicle for their talent and their support Is very indifferent It Is to be regretted that such a company should precede by ono night only such a splendid play as Arizona which will be pre sented this evening Arizona is one of the best plays ever written and the press reports indicate that tt Is in tho hands of a very competent com pany Constable Parker arrested a nagrcf found on a freight train at Tudor this afternoon and an other that was put off the train at Mareiiso and who walked to Tudor The first negro carried c a revolver BADLY MIXED Abraham Brown of Wintcrton N Y had a very remarkable experience lie says Doctors got badly mixed up over mo one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poisonand the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric which are restoring me to per fect health One bottle did me more good than all tho five doctors pre scribed Guaranteed for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by W II Laweon druggist Sue A burglary was committed in tho Chinese district Tuesday night some time between 8 oclock and and two men were arrested about 2 oclock and locked up as suspects Thehousc robbed is the first one in tho alley tack ot Johnsons livery stable It is occupied by Ah Fat and his wife better known as China Mary They have been residents of Woodland tor a lonjj time The story they tell is substantially as follows Two colored men were observed hanging about Chinatown for two or three hours Tuesday afternoon but their presence did not even make the Chinese suspicious and consequently uo precaution was taken Ah Fat was not at home when the robbery occurred China Mary was in a back room of the house She Is rather deaf a circumstance which made it easier for the robbers They entered the front room and carried a trunk to a blind alley baclc of the house The trunk was broken open with a big moukeywrench that was evidently stolen from the South ern Pacific Company When China Mary returned to the front room she missed the trunk and went in search of her husband whom she quickly found Their cries of fire and murder soon attracted the atten tion of Nlglitwatclimnn Clary who went to the scene and at once began an investigation He telephoned to Constable Parker In the meantime the Chinese found thotnink and the wrench in the blind alley On searching the trunk they missed 30 in gold and silver a brace let worth about and a hatpin worth about the same The burglars overlooked 25 In coin This isaccounted for by the fact that the place where the trunk was broken open was very dark With the description furnished by tho Chinese the officers began a search tor the strange colored men Ot late several men have had transient em ployment under Ed Machen who has the contract for loading grain and oth er produce out of George Ogdens ware house Nightwatchman Silberstein knew where two of these men sleep arid he and Constable Parker found them r a barn near tho warehouse In some respects they answer the description furnished by the Chinese but in others they do not Pending a further inves tigation they were locked up Angelo Pinto who saw two strange negroes going norUi on College street between 9 and 10 oclock was taken to see the suspects Ho said they were not tho men he met On the other hand Ah Fat thinks they aro the same CASTOBIA Bears the signatureof ChasHFletcher In use for over thirty years and The Kind you have always bought Tho City Laundry calls for and de liters laundry Leave ordcra at tho Ariel canny store telephone 1001 or with J A Wood agent tf Signet rings just fho thing for Christmas presents at Bwerts d25 REDUCED RATES The Southern Pacific Company an nonnces reduced rates for the Christ mas and New Year holiday season Round trip tickets will be sold for one faro and a third Sale dates for Christ mas tickets aro from December 21st to December 25th inclusive and for New Years from December 28th to Janu ary 1st inclusive Tho return limit I January 2d for both tickets Ja Constipation causes headache nan sea dizziness languor heart palplta tlon Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken tho bowels and dont cure Doans Regulets act gently and ctin constipation druggist 2B cents Ask you Rosenlxsrg Co havo placed thre electric arc lights In their store sf thorn will bo plenty of light for holl day shopping d26 men ho saw lounging about China own Tuesday afternoon About 11 oclock the two suspects vero released on Information Consta ilo Parker received from Knights jxndlng Two negroes hoarded the lOrthbomul freight train at that place Constable Parker left on the Orovllle rain which overhauled the freight at Iudor Tho train men found ono ot ho negroes and put him off at Mar use The other was not discovered mill Constable Parker arrived lit Tu lor Ho was arrested and locked in a loxcar and tho constable waited until he second negro arrived on foot lie vlll arrive on tho southbound Oro train this afternoon with holh leg roes V1 DIXON 0 E S MEETING The Dlxon Chapter of Eastern Star ntertalncd tho neighboring chapters 11 Masonic hall at Dlxon Tuesday cv ning in a most elaborate manner A ine program consisting of musical se ections by an orchestra vocal solos ikctches etc was rendered after ivhlch dancing cards and a magnlfi ent banquet wero enjoyed An excursion from Vacaville brought iO members of the Vacaville Chapter Among tho Yoloites present wore 3hrls Sieher and Fred Bullock of Woodland and DrWE Dates of Davis Mrs Leo Stcppnn of Sacramento and 3 I Leake of this city assisted in the nuaical program The visitors were royally entertained y the Dixonltes and the affair was conceded by all to have been one of tho nost enjoyable events in the history that thriving little of the order own in THE HOLIDAY DECISION The full text of the decision of the in the Risscr case taken ip from Sacramento on a writ of pro ilbitlon shows that the court did not touch on the constitutionality of the special holiday legislation at all The onrt dodged tho question as follows If the law providing special holidays s void the effect would not be to make ho days so designated full general hoi days In that case the proclamation declaring them special holidays would e without authority of law and of no force They would In that evqnt be 10 holidays at all and the superior courts could proceed In any case iherefore the trial would be lawful The application is denied CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS I will allow you 10 per cent discount For cash on cut glass Haviland china ancy vases brass goods nickel ooda and handpainted china balance of tho week all goods marked in plain igures Agent for McDonalds famous candies T S Spaiilding dH Sterling silver candlesticks and a beautiful cut glass punch bowl at Ew erts jewelry store d25 Largo ripe olives pickled In Wood Johnston Bros n5tf For a good shave haircut or sham poo go to Dinzlers barber shop tt PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES Comings and Goings of Well Known People vore arrivals from tho north Tuesday tternoon Mra U U Morrlll who has been vis ting U Mlnnrd and family returned o Stockton Tuesday afternoon Nnrdlnl left for Sacrnmtnto and locklln Tuesday afternoon to visit bis later Later ho will go to Amndor oiinty to visit somo cousins and rtlioalmnles Ho will return about the 2d and remain horo tho balance of the iiontli and resume liia official duties Log Angles about January M Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland A Zimmerman went to Sncramcnto today Joo Woblfrom returned to Oakland Tuesday T O Arena returned from Dunnlgau this morning H II Ciublc went to San Francisco his morning Joe Uartoli returned to Sacramento this morning Will Walton returned from Sacra mento Tuesday S II Grlgsby went to San Francisco Tuesday afternoon liyron Jackson of San Francisco Is in Woodland today tteorgo Armstrong went to Sacra mento this morning Mrs J G Cook returned to Sncra nieuto this morning H S Smith was a southbound pas senger this morning Mrs J J Stephens returned from Sacramento this morning Mr and Mrs Gco Hopnin went to Sacramento his morning Mr and Mrs 13 E Wilson went to Stockton Tuesday afternoon William Bennett and Mrs Dr Evans went to Winters Tuesday afternoon James Everett and wife and R L Nieman and wife returned to Guindo today Dr W J Bievlna and J JF Garrettc I 1 I IM 1 WHATS worth doing Ja worth doing Jf you wish to bo cured of rheumatism use Ballards Snow Liniment and you will bo well cured A positive cure for sprains neuralgia bruises con tracted muscles and all the ills that flesh is heir to A G M Williams Navasota Texas writes 1 havo used Snow Liniment for sprained ankle and it gave the best of sutlsfaction I always keep It In the house Sold by Lindsay Bros prescription druggists Arlmclde Cal 1 Beck iit glass dainty designs New cutlery at SpnuUllnge d2tf Holiday Gifts Gift Suggestions FOR BOYS Handkerchiefs Gloves Umbrellas Purses Sweaters Suspenders Reefers Overcoats Cuff Buttons Scarf Pins Fancy Hose Underwear Slippers Neck wear i GIFT ORDERS 2 POR MEN Reefers Mufflers Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Handkerchiefs Gloves Sweaters Suspenders Umbrellas Pajamas Fancy Hose Underwear Neckwear Cuff Links Scarf Pins Smoking Jackets in Doubt Buy a Gilt order Always Accepl and as good as Gold ROSENBERG CO For Sale FIRE INSURANCE IN THE WORLD RENOWNED COMPANIES AETNA OF HARTFORD LIVERPOOL LONDON GLOBE ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL HOME OP NEW NORK And many other leading companies Do not renew your insurance In a doubtful tho best Its all tho same prlco We represent tlie BEST ONLY BALFOUR GARRETTE Inc LEADING IH3TJRAHCE AGENTS WOODL1SD CAL COURTHOUSE NEWS J T Balzarl has filed complaint ignlnst A P Balzarl AJrs J II Pow oll John M Powell Clara J Powell eldn U Powell et al to qnlot title to ho following tract of land Lot 25 of Wantons subdivision of Willow Oak vnrk Oeorgo Onle has filed his final ac count and petition for discharge as ex ecutor of tho last will and testament of David Schlndlor deceased Tho total amount to 21GOSG1 and the total disbursements to SUNDAYS AT STOCKTON In a special election liokl in Slock on Tuesday to decide whether or not snloona must close on Sunday 31C2 votes wcro cast Tho advocates ot Sunday closing won out by the narrow nurgln of 66 votes Tho election means that the city council will puss an ordinance as do nniulcd by tho reform forces and closo all saloons and other places where II inors aro sold on Sundays ATTENTION EAGLES Woodland Aerie No 1G29 F O E will hold a rofmlar meeting on Thurs day evening December 12th There will bo a special exhibit which Is of In terest and no member of tho aerie can afford to miss It A full attendance a desired E Y BUSH Pres BERT CLOVER Secretary 112 HERES GOOD ADVICE O S Wooloverono of the best known mcrclmnts of LeKnysvllle N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Suddens Arnica Salve It cured mo of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed for sores wounds burns or abrasions 2lc at W H Lawsons drug store v Never can tell when youll mash a linger or suffer a cut hiiilse burn or IJe prepared Dr Thomas Eclectrlc Oil Inslantly relieves the rw the wound Homemade mince moat bettor than ever at lohnaton liros nlfitt THE MEETINGS AT THE TENT The Attendance Affected by the Stormy Weather Bat the Interest to Be Held in Christian Church Should Rain Come The storm of yesterday Interfered with tho revival services somewhat but tho work went on notwithstand ing The tent had to be let down In places for restaklng and the afternoon ser vices were held In the Christian church Long before the time for the evening meeting the tout was placed In order land although the audience was by no means as large as usual the Interest had in no way abated After the usual service of song Mr Bui gin preached from the text Wilt Thou bo Made Whole John The speaker addresssed himself mainly to those who were Ciiriedocfi Mr Gates sang several solos The closing exercises were marked by a deep spirit of conviction In the hearts of many who come forward to conse crate their lives to the service ol their Master Tho subject announced for last night Tho Wonderful Love of Cod was deferred until tonight Should tho storm render it absolute ly rmposslblo at any time to hold the services in tho tent they will be transferred to tho Christian church NEGLECTED COLDS Every part of tho mucous membrane the nose throat ears head and lungs etc are subjected to disease and blight from neglected colds Ballards fforehound Syrup Is a pleasant and effective remedy W Akendrlck Val ioy Mills Tex writes I have used Uallards Horehound Syrup for coughs and throat troubles It Is a pleasant and most effective remedy Sold by Lindsay Bros prescription druggists Arbuckle Cal j Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured H Wal ker Sunbury Ohio Christmastide The Trade Palace Santa Claus says big stocking Toys and Christmas Gifts for all Santa Clans Treasure House here Christmas the happiest days coming on a allop Not too early to think of them TOYS TOYS TOYS TOYS Of every description on second floor to make shopping easy Thinking of Her Think of These Thinking of Him Think of These CLOTHING OVERCOATS SMOKING JACKETS HATH ROBES N15CKWEAR SHIRTS SILK HOSIERY MUFFLERS HATS TRUNKS SUIT CASES FANCY VESTS PAJAMAS UMBRELLAS while it is a pleasure We Trill From rc to COATS AND SUITS IUKS AND SETS IIAXIMIAGS DKAWNWOKK P1KCICS UMIIKKLIAS NKCKWKAK HKLTS SILK AND LACRiroSlEKY From 50e to SILK UNDIJKWKAU From to SUIT CASES TKUNKS Assortment bigger than ever Buy now reserve all purchases for yon The Trade Palace WINTER cold and dampness is near at hand For bedroom or bath a small 6AS HEATER is in dispensable We have quite a stock on hand cost ing from up One of them will warm an office Every home should have a 6AS RAH6E also a WATER HEATER connected with the boiler Hot water in fif teen minutes for a delightful bath The latest in gas ranges are the RELIABLE and ECLIPSE HIGH OVEN placing the OVENS on a level with the COOK But the latest of all is the ELECTRIC MOTOR running a WASHING MACHINE If you install and use one no one can take it from you for IOVE OR MONEY It runs the washer and asks no questions while you are busy about the house We can refer you to users in and near Woodland Woodland Gas and Electric Co By W E OSBORN Mgr Phoned I 0 0 F Building
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