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EVRNMNO IHM.LETIN, ItONOMJI U, T. U., WttONT.SnAY, MAY 11. litO
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RAT and ROACH Pasta
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Iran, etc. KmCj for l V7AtAv-vAJ-4 ..2o,-.,2?J.
Immediate u.eTror STll''V, U-' 18 ot. box 1.00.
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ITIARNt' ILICTRIC MITE COMPAHT. CSIC00. ILLINOIS
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50'
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now .$2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at - $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
KODAK DEVELOPING; ARTICLES
OF MERIT FROM THE WORK
H0FS OF THE BEST ARTISANS;
PRINTS, PAINTINGS, PHOTO-ORAVUEES.
YE ARTS 4 CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
WEDS MISS ION
Only Relatives Attend Home Cere
lnorty, Which Takes Place at
SAN JOSK, Apr 2fi Tho wed.
ding of Mlns A!. Is Moon, daughter
ot Mm. Flunk Hull of this city, and
Cluus Spieckuls Jr., jouugest son of
Jotm u. bpreckcls, tooK place this
ulieiubon ul Koselawu, Uiu beauti
ful fcuburbun resilience of the bildos
mother, 'the riles Here solemnized
liy Itev J. Mlmer Ureshnm ot Uraco
lUihedial, Ban rlnnclsto, hue lee
tor ot Hie Trinity i:pls-.-i,Ui church
of tills city, of y.'iilt n v.io l,lde was
u inenioei. Ilie Iioubb wag beautl
liilly decoinU'd for llie wedding,
whlili was strictly n .fantl.y alTalr,
'I no llbiniy, in which tne cere
muiiy nun performed, was bilgliteii
ed with American lleauty rosea. The
drawing loom und the dlnli.g room
were n frngi ant bower of bride roses
und lilies ot tho valley. In these
apartments the wedding breakfast
was served, at which all wedding
guests were seated.
At the ceremony the bride wore a
tailored gown and a smart hat. Aft
erward the jouiik louiile left In an
I automobile amfd a shower of good
wishes. Tholr hone moon trip Is
their own secret.
The presents were many and beau
tiful, Including a handsome home at
Coronado, the gift of tho bride
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John I), Spreckels, father and moth
er nf the lirldecrooni! Mr. mid Mm.
I A. II, Spreckels, Mrs. Harry , IIol
brouk, Mr. and Mrs, Alexander Ham-
. lltou, Mrs. John I). Spreckels Jr.,
Dean and Mrs. Wllmer Gresham, Dr.
Howard Gates, Paul Mason, Mrs. C.
Clay, Miss Madeline Clay and Mrs.
Miriam S. Ill:hmond.
Miss Moon Is the daughter of the
late Dr. Frank Hall Moon, who ro
ll red f mm acthe business when he
came to California several years ago.
He had twp beautiful homes In this
county, Iloselawn, on Alum nock
avenue, In the suburbs of this city,
and l.ncresta, on the ridge ot the
Santa Cruz mountains above Sara
toga Springs. He was the son ot
Delos Moon, the well-known million
aire lumberman of Wisconsin, where
his tin cu biothcrs' aio piomhicnl in
the Kumc business.
Miss Moon received her early
training In Notte Dame convent and
WaBhburn preparatory school of this
city, after which she attended Miss
Mason's school in New York for two
years. She continued her education
In Miss Head's school In Uerkeley,
graduating two ears ago.
Tho bridegroom Is the son of John
D. Spreckels and the grandson of tho
late Glaus Spreckels Sr nnd Is now
engaged in business In San Diego.
TJio young couple will make ther
homo In Coronado.
TO WATCH COMET
Instructions and Charts Supplied and
Ships at Sea Will Make s
i aVi rV
Washington, April 20. Commander
Knapp, liNdrngrapher of the navy, has
Issued a request to all shipmasters
who view Holle)'s comet to mako
closa obserntlons with I heir binoc
ulars, spyglasses or the low power
ejcpleces of their sextants, with u
view to Informing the office of Its
brightness us compared with tho
bright stars in the heavens and the
angular length of Its tall, comparing
It with the angular dlstanco bctwce'i
bright stars near Its form and color.
To assist tho shipmasters In tliU
study the hjdrographlc office has pre
Itarcd a chart containing physical de
tails about tho comet and showing Its
calculated position In tho sky at short
Intervals from March 11 to May 30.
Tho statement Is tnudo that the comet
on May 18 will probably pass between
the earth and tho sun, producing n
transit of tho sin. .
' HAS OREAT SCHEME
Chicago, April 27. When "Buffalo
mil" Cody dies his body will bo burled
on the summit of Cedar Mountain. In
Big Horn county, Wyoming, and ovor
It will stand n marble buffalo, 40 feet
high, with electric lights In the eye
Bockcts, so brilliant that they can bo
seen eight miles away.
At least that Is what Cody himself
plans, though he says he Is far from
a dead one now.
The plans were revealed by Chariot
A. Heath In a lecture to tho gcogrnph-
Jcuf society1 of Chicago. Heath declares
Buffalo Dill confided this plan to htm
a cnr ago J
Dlank books of all (torts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by tho D u 1 1 a 1 1 n
After Typhoid or other
wasting diseases or low
Require a pure, gen
tle, Invigorating stim
ulant and tonic to old
and enrich the blood
and to give new
strength to body and
brain. Duffy's Piuq
"NMalt Whiskey is In
valuable as a tonic
when i on nro run down nnd 'depressed;
when the heart Is weak and the blood ,
sluggish, It builds new tissue, It as-,
slsts fatllag nature to resume Its func
tions, Insures refreshing sleep nnd Im
parts vim and energy to overy put of
the body. It Invigorates the brain.
Thousands of doctors prescribe It
and leading hospitals usn It, The
standard of purity and excellence for
Duffy's PurcMalt Whiskey
has brought health nnd hnpplncss to
many thousands ot
homes during the
been endorsed by
cates, clerg) men
scientists, and men
and women in all walks of life, vhn
cannot say too much In pratsn of tlio
world's greatest medicine.
Be suro you get tho genuine India
tlons aro impure and dangerous, Ho
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochestet,
N. Y., U. 8. A.
itt w cue
I.um Shoe, executrix of tho estate
of Lai Soy, has filed nu amended dec
laration In the suit brought against
Yce Yap for ttespass.
This declaration sets forth tint af
ter February 1 of this jear und until
tbo time tho suit was tiled, tho dlfeiM',
ant broke fences, carried awa) soil,
destroyed fruit and shade trees, erect
ed a wooden building nnd trod dawn
tho grass on certain property of tho
plaintiff located on Achi I.ane, liU
Tho plaintiff asks for damages In
tho sum of $5000 nnd tho costs of tic
From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from your' own measurements into,
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being Well
Goo. A. Martin, Tailor, Hotel St.
REGULATES "ALL THINGS. A law might be passed to
compel every man to. wear a moustache and paint it
green, but'unless public sentiment was behind it the law could
not be enforced.
The same can be said of " Prohibition. " The present
liquor law is stringent enough, goodness knows. The Liquor
Commissioners have the machinery for dealing with the liquor
business in the most arbitrary manner, but public opinion must
regulate their actions.
Now, we must recollect that the Prohibitionists have ex- ,
actly thexsamc public opinion to deal with if they get a prohi
bition law as they have in the present law. What they're
asking tor is additional machinery, when they have now more
machinery than public opinion will stand fort
-. '; - ' ,
Who arnong the voters of this Territory, except cranks of
the Tjnving variety, or paid" reformers of the Woolley species,
will vote for a measure that' will practically confiscate the pro
perty of the Honolulu Brewery and otherJegitimate enterprises,
just for the purpose of experimenting with theory which has
failed wherever it has bsen tried and is wholly unnecessary.
1 WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd. f
We have just opened one of the
prettiest selections of
in many novel design and shades
Also, Spring designs in our .
Everybody who KNOWS Beer
knows that there's nothing like
The Beer That
SUITS THE PEOPLE
If You Want Something Gpod
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SWINDLERS USE v
Swindlers are working so sitrcebt
fully In the church's name, nil oyer
European Hussln, on (lie people's
fear of Halle 'b comet that the cler
ical nuthoiltles have appealed to the
government to actvn the matter,
Tho Iguoiunt Russian muses have
been for several months h terror of
the comet 'and bo successfully have
mo. tonnueuie workers mined on
"l P A V Am i H a i
these-fcurs that It Is estimated they
hae collected, hero nnd there, sunn
running Into the hundreds or thou
sands of dollars ostensibly for spe
cial prajcrs for tho country's deliv
ery from danger.
The money of course has never
gone to the church at all. .Inas
much as tho police have made no
effort anywhere to sti p the fraud, '
apparently broad Intimation U given
by the priesthood to the government
that officialdom U getting lis slmro ,
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