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To Hold Debate
A debate will be given between the
law department of the University of
Southern California and the Young
Men's club of the Los Angeles Fellow
ship, Tuesday evening in Mammoth'
hall, 519 South Broadway.
The Pine Tree State association will
Klve Its annual picnic at Verdugo park
. Saturday. Train leaves Salt Lake
depot at 9 o'clock and the association
extends an Invitation to all Maine
people and their families to attend.
Fined $100 Each
D. Cervlna and Antonio Hodrlguez,
who were arrested Wednesday after
noon for violation of the liquor ordi
nance, were arraigned before Judge
Austin yesterday morning. They
pleaded guilty to the charge and were
fined $100 each.
To Repeat Operetta
The children's operetta, "A May Day
in Old England," which was given so
successfully in Masonic hall two weeks
ago by the young people of the Fellow
ship Sunday school, is to be repeated
this evening. All the features intro
duced at that time will be presented.
Archie Jeffreys, who was found on
the sidewalk In front of a boarding
house at 522 West Sixth street several
mornings ago, and who remained In
an unconscious condition for two days,
was ordered sent to Patton asylum by
the insanity commission in Judge
York's court yesterday.
Dr. Alexander J. Mclvor-Tyndall will
deal further with the subject, "Dangers
of Psychic Research, and How to
Avoid Them," in his lecture at Blanch
ard hall Sunday afternoon, going into
the question of the effect upon the
mind, of concentrated thought, when
applied to the investigation of psychic
Grand President Here
Mrs. Ella E. Camlnetti of Jackson,
Amador county, grand president of the
Native Daughters of the Golden West,
paid her official visit to the parlors In
this city Wednesday evening. A joint
meeting was held by Los Angeles par
lor, No. 124, and La Esperanza parlor,
No. 24, and the ritualistic work thor
LAS VEGAS TOWN SITE
OFFICIALS RETURN HOME
Sale of Three-Fourths of the Lots
Amounts to Over Two Hundred
Officials of the Las Vegas Town Site
company returned to Los Angeles yes
terday morning from La 3 Vegas more
than pleased with the exceptional prices
which were received at the public
auction of the town site lots, which con
tinued during the two opening days of
Ferd IC. Rule, treasurer of the com
pany, said the sales would aggregate
over $200,000, with nearly a fourth of
the town site left unsold.
"I have brought with me just $7 of
the company's money," said Mr. Rule
yesterday, "and that was what tho
lumber in the auctioneer's stand
* brought. The rest of the money was
placed in the hands of the Las Vegas
"Many persons, as soon as they ob
tained possession of their lots, started
to build and the improvements in Las
Vegas during the next six months will
be tremendous. The company will
immediately cobblestone the street
gutters and has pipes on the ground for
the water workß. Other improvements
will shortly be under way."
General Freight Agent D. O. Ives of
the Burlington road, with headquarters
at Omaha, and W. D. Sanborn, Pa
cific coast agent of the same system,
who have been in Los Angeles for
several days, left for the north yes
Epes Itandolph, connected with a
number of railroad enterprises in
Arizona, Texas and Mexico, arrived In
Los Angeles yesterday from the east.
Count 80-;enta and wife, Madame
Modjeska, arrived in T«os Angeles yes
terday from their New York trip and
urn staying at the Lankershim.
Harleigh Johnson, one of the oldest
pioneers of Southern California, ar
rived In 'Aos Angeles yesterday from
Santa Pirbara and is a guest at the
11,'iiutl'a' and Costly Arches,
(liaileil Htroe; «, asphalt sidewalks, and
water piped to; every M. Those are somo
of the reasons why $30,000 worth of prop
erty has I. ccii sold In Hlerra Vista townslte
■luring the pa.st few weeks. The tract Is
situated on the line of the Los Angeles
l'aclflo railroad. Is about thirty minutes' rid*
front the business center of l.us Angeles,'
and I* au :-'eul loci .mn >, for a home, as
nell as a rare charge for investment. Be*
A. F. Webster &•»'»., at 'the Mason build
li,g, l.u»\ Angeles, where Information, (rex
tickets, maps, etc., may b« had. Lunch and
music without cost to you at the towasite.
GET THE HONORS
SECOND DAY OF LOCAL BENCH
CHAMPIONS MEET DEFEAT
Ashton's Awards Are Surprises to
Many Fanciers— Woman En*
The second day of the dog bliow
proved to be as successful ns the open-
Ing one. The dogs brhnved better and
were not half so noisy as they were on
the opening day.
Disappointments were numerous.
Numbers of dogs heretofore winners
and champions were beaten 1 and did
not get a "look In" for the prl7.es. All
the better for their owners who shared
the "joys of surprise.''
Judge Ashton did not overwork him
self yesterday, although the Judging
was run oft In a rather rapid manner.
In the afternoon, however, Judge Ash
ton had an opportunity to recuperate.
Interesting Incidents, exciting and com
ical, happened during the Judging
period. A winsome miss, who of
course considered her fox terrier a
world beater, was marching her puppy
around and showing him off as beat,
she could. But when Judge 'Ashton
gave the decision to some other dog
the young lady became mystified. The
decision was beyond her comprehension.
In a moment of excitement she wheelei
around and turned upon the judge, tell
ing him he was not the capable man to
officiate at a dog show. "I would not
have such a fox terrier as that prize
winner in my back yard," she told the
judge, and the crowd around the rail
laughed in great glee.
And there were others who naturally
shared the same belief but were able
to prevent their disappointment being
shown and "silently stole away."
The terriers, of which there was a
large entry, were the drawing card at
judging time. Ch. Telwonk Topper, a
wire haired fox terrier from Massachu
setts, a $10,000 dog, won first prize in the
novice dog class for wire haired fox
terriers. But a short time ago at a
New York show this dog defeated
Wandee Coastguard, the wire haired
terrier owned by C. K. Harley of San
Francisco. Selwonk Topper is a won
derful dog and Thomas believes he can
outpoint any of Harley's wire haired
canines. Another surprise was sprung
when St.' Cholophe Buster and j Blatz,
two of George Herr's Boston terriers,
were defeated for first prize. Little
Miss Pronto, however, defended the
champ title of the El Mundo kennels
and won first in three classes. Miss
Pronto has a little scar on her forehead
but that did not bar her from winning 1 ,
for her many good features made up
for the little fault. Captain Eric Neill's
bull dog Battler was defeated by Ben
jamin Blossom's Bill Sykes. In the
bull terrier class, George M. Easton's
Tedcote Wonder and Peer Velt Wonder
captured all the prizes.
Last evening a large crowd filled the
tent to witness the awarding oE medals.
From all reports every one who
exhibited a dog Is highly pleased with
the decisions of Judge Tom Ashton.
Judge Ashton is equally as well pleased
with the management and treatment
that he received at the hands of the
officials and members of the Kennel
club. This is what he says about the
show. "In all my travels I have never
officiated at a better bench show.
Everything has been run off. in first
class manner and the dogs are all of a
good class. I have had but little trouble
In managing the. dogs and everyone
seems to be satisfied with my decisions.
It is a very hard matter to judge dogs,
to please everybody, and I have tried
to treat everyone the same. Tou see
I am not Judging exactly by points. I
am taking the dogs and looking at all
their points and combining their in
telligence, trying in every possible case
to give the best all around dog the
Tom Ashton Is a well known judge
and he is credited with having judged
150 dog shows in England last year.
Twenty-flve of these shows were held
in the communities surrounding Judge
Ashton's home. Last night Judge
Ashton was a guest at the California
club. Today he will judge the special
classes that are In competition for the
challenge and other special cups.
•' Following are the result* of yesterday's
Poodle doits and bitches— rirst prize, Roy
It. Reeve*. Hell wood Jlcuuty; second iu-lz.\ Kiln
Phll>ps, Wee Wee; third prize, K. Phlpps,
Bulldogn. puppy dogs— First prize. Mrs. 'Will
lain I>l. lfsmaker; second prize, dot's absent.
Novice doga— First prize, Benjamin Blossom,
mil Sykes; second prize. Mrs. H. Schenck, Hex
Rustic. Limit dogs— First prize, liunjamln
Illossom, Bill Sykes; second prise. Mrs. J. 11.
McLean. Paul Malner. Open doga — First prize,
lifiijamln illoauom. Hill Bikes; second prize,
Mrs. J. P. McLean, Paul Mainer; third prize,
11. P. l'obst. King ttunniandu. Winners,
dogo— First prize, llenjaiiiln Hlossom, Hill
Sykes. Iteserve, Mrs. J. I. McLean. Paul
Malner. Puppy, bitched- First prize, Mrs. J.
I). McLean, Nan Patterson. Mrs. J. is. Mc-
Lean, Urldget Nestor. Novice, bitches— First
prize, Mrs. J. H. McLean. l.lzc. Open,
bitches— First prize, 11. M, Pabst, True lllue;
second prlzo, James Kwlus, Wedding Hells.
Winners. bltches-Flrst, 11. M. Pabnt, True
lllue. Keserve, James Ewlns, Wedding Hells.
French dogs, novice dogs and bitches— First
prize. Miss Louise Culdwell, Jumbo: second
prize, C. 1-. Magee, Vlte. Open, dogs and
bitches— First prize, Miss Louise Culdwell,
Jumbo. Winners, dotes and bitches— First,
Miss Louise Caldwell, Jumbo. Reserve, «.'. L.
Hull terriers, puppy, dogs— First prize, C. M.
F.aston, Tedcote Wonder; second price, A. A.
Cleveland, ilarney Oldneli; ihlrd prize, A. A.
Uurwlck, Prince Lelund. Novice, dogs— First
prize, Oi M. Kaston, Tedcote Wonder; second
prize, A. A. Cleveland, Kllkwood Tzar 81766;
third prize. F. I>. t'randull. Major Crandull.
Limit, dogs— First prize, F. <".. Franclscua,
King's Brother. Open, dogs— Flret prize, A.
A. Cleveland. Hllkwood Czar; second prize, ab
sent. Winners. dow-Flrst, U. M. Kuslmi.
Tedcote Wonder. Reserve, A. A. Cleveland,
Wlkwowl t'wr. Puppy, bitches— First prize,
Q. M. I'.'ustoii, Peer Velt Wonder; second
prize, A. A. Cleveland, Sweet Marie: third
prize, X- O. l.au«, llene Illuxaom. Novice,
bitches— First prize. (1. M. Huston. Peer Velt
Wonder J second prize, T. Bible, Bessie Belli
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1905.
PRINCE ROYAL A WINNER AT THE LOCAL BENCH SHOW
third prize, R. Thomas, Princess of Trevl
yonse. Limit, bitches— First prize, K. Q.
Franclscus, Fannie Davenport; second prize,
<!. K. Sluton (3ypsy yuoen; third prize. It.
Thomas, Urltleh yueen. Open, bltchns— Flmt
price, F, O. Frnnrlscun, Fannie Davenport;
second prize, It. Thomas, Princess of Tre
vlyonge; third prize, a. E, Hlater, Gypsy
Queen, Winners. bltcheß-Fir.it. O. M. Kus
lon, Peer V>lt Wonder, Keserve, F. U. Fran
< Isriis, Fannie Davenport.
Uoston terriers, puppy, dogs and bitches—
First prize, (1. F. Jlerr, Miss Pronto; second
prize, Florence, K. Clnrlc. lOlmundo Ilalll; third
prize, a. F. Ilerr. Miss Teddy. Novice, dogs
and bltcheß— First prize, G. F. Jlerr, Mlhs
Pronto; second prize, Florence B. Clark. Ki
mundo P.nlli; third prize, M. A. Chose,
Rogue 111. Limit, doga and bitches— First
prize, Miirtln A. Chase, Hague III; second
prize, H. Tyler. Oak Glen babbotto; third
prize, U. F. Ilerr, Hlatz. Open, dogs nnd
bitches— First prize., M. A. Chose, Rogue III;
nccond prize, S. Tyler.Oak Olen Babbotto;
third prize, Inez M. Mrown, Hldrty O'Neill.
Winners, dogs nnd bitches— First, O. F. Ilcrr.
Mil's Pronto. Iteserve, F. K. Clark, Klniundo
Fox terriers. Smooth coated. Puppy.
Dogs — First prize, C. K. Harley, Wande«
Victor. Second prize, C. B. Hale, Flash.
Third prize. S. Tyler, Oak Glen Bliss.
Novice. Dogs — First prize, C. K. Hnrley,
Wandee Victor. Second prize. C. B. Hale,
Flash. Third prize, C. 11. Hale. Sting.
Smooth coated. Limit. Dogs — First prize.
C. K. Hnrley, Norfolk Huntsman. Second
prize, 11. M. 551er. Kasclmo Pony. Third
Smooth coated. Open.' Dogs — First prize,
Sablne Kennels, Ch. Sablne, Reynard. Sec
end prize, C. K. Harley, Norfolk Huntsman.
Third prize, Gus Mose, Warren Driver.
Smooth coated. Winners. Dogs — First
prize, Ch. Sablne, Reynard. Reserve, C. K.
Harley, Norfolk Huntsman. Smooth coated.
Puppy. Bltch-s — First prize, C. K. Harley,
Wandee Music. Second prize, R. Armstrong,
Vora. Third prize, absent. Smooth coated.
Novice. Bitches— First prlzo, C. K. Harley,
Wandee Music. Second prlzo, W. K. I'easly,
Kasclmo Cigarette. Third prize, R. Arm
strong, Vora. Smooth coated. T-.imit.
Bitches— First prize, C. K. Harley, Wandee
Violet. Second prize, W. K. Pcasly, Kas
clmo Ciprarette. Smooth coated. Open.
Eltches — First prize, Sablne Kennels, Sablne
Reverie. Second prize, C. K. Hurley, Won
dea Violet. Third prize, W. K. Peasly. Kas
clmo Cigarette. Smooth coated. Winners.
Ditches — Flr3t, Sablne Kennels. Sablne Rev
erie neserve, C. K. Harley, Wandeo Violet.
Wire haired. Puppy. Dogs— First prize,
D. L Reynolds. Humberstone Chappie. Wire,
haired. Novice. Dogs— First prize, R.
Thomas, British Rally. Second prize, ab
sent. Wire, haired. Open. JDors— First
prize — eh. Selwonk. Topper. Second prize,
Humberstone Kennels. Ch. Humberstone
Mearns. Wire haired. Winners. Dogs —
First, Q. S. Thomas, Selwonk Topper. Re
serve, Humbcrstono Kennels, Humberstone
Menrns. Wire haired. Open. Bitches—
First prize, Mrs. C. S. Thomns, Eneeliffe
Precise. Second prize, Humberstone Ken
nols, Humborstono Worry. Wire haired.
Winners. Bitches— Mrs. O. S. Thomns, Eng
cllffe Precise Reserve, Humberstonfl Ken
nels. Humbe.rstono Worry.
Dachshundes— Open. Dobs nnd hitches— First
prize, Bray and Peter, Herlln. Second prize,
J. Bradbury, Pretzel.
Irish terriers— Open. Does nnd Bltcnen—
First prize, Bray and Peter. Belfast Rose. Sec
ond prize, I* Scnnoldor. Price. Third prize,
Bray nnd Peter, Cardiff Warmnn.
Black and ton terriers— Open. Dogs and
Bitches— First prize. John Inze, Trick.
Scotch terriers — Open. Dogs ond Bitches—
First prize, John S. Cravens, Scottle. Second
prize. John S. Cravens, Tlgnabrualch.
Pomeranian or Spltz-Novlco. Dogs— First
prize, W. C. Simpson, Teddy.
Pomeranian or Spitz— Open. Bitches— First
prize. Mrs. G. 8. ■ Thomas, Ch. Engcllffe.
Yorkshire tcrrleri— Open. Dogs and bitches—
First prize, M. B. Kennedy, Bill. Second
prize, Mrs. T. F. Savage. Rondo. Third
prize, Mrs. T. F. Snvage, Raby.
Maltese terriers— Open. Dogs and Bitches—
First prize, R. C. Montgomery, Curley.
Japanese Spaniels. Limit— Dogs— First prize,
Mrs. Sada Sweeney, Inglenook Admiral. Open.
Dogs— First prize, Mrs. Sada Sweeney, Ingle
nook . Admiral. Second prize, Mrs. Leila
Wallace, Koko. Winners. Dors— First, Mrs.
Sada Sweeney. Inglenook Admiral. Reserve,
Mrs. Leila •Wallace, Koko. Puppy. Hitches-
First prize. Mrs. Sada Sweeney, O. Yono.
Novice. Bitshes-Flrst prize, Mrs. T. H.
Broadhend, Petty Sing. Second prize, Mrs.
Sada Sweeney, O. Yone. Limit. Bitches— Mrs.
Sada Sweeney. Plttl Sing. Open. Bitches.
First prize, Mrs. Sadn Sweeney. Plttl Ping.
Winners. Bitches. First prize, Mrs. Sada
Sweeney, Plttl Sing. Keserve, Mrs. T. 11.
Brcadhoad. Petty Sing.
English Toy Spaniels— Tro-color. First prize,
Mrs. T. 11. Broadhead. Prince Edward.
Blenheim. Open. Dogs and Bitches — First
prize, Mrs. T. 11. Broadhead, Darnell Perfec
tion. Second prlzs, Arthur Letts. Gypsle.
Third prize, Mrs. Conrad Bolllnger, Lady
Hlack and tan. Open. Dogs and Bitches—
First prlzo. Mrs. T. 11. Broadhead. Dv Barry.
Chihuahua. Open. Dogs and Bitches— First
prize, F. Rlncon. Kourlcou-cou, Second prize,
S. A. Snook, Duchess.
Miscellaneous breeds. Open. Doga and
bitches— First prize, Carl Dutzler's water span
iol, Sport. Seconi prize, A. I. Delk's Ruby
Dog Show Notes
The present show is known as a four
pointer— that is the first prize winners
are credited with four points toward
the American Kennel club champlon-
Bhlp of the United States.
Prince Royal, the winning St. Ber
nard, has an ancestry that beats them
all. He was born during a big storm
at Hospice In the Alps. His father,
Stamboul, had just returned from a
life saving trip and he was overjoyed
when he was shown his offspring.
The small nourishment casks which
Stamboul and Prince wore around
their neclca on these occasions are on
exhibition in Prince Royal's kennel at
Only one greyhound Is benched at
the show. This Is unusual for the
Pacific coast for there are a large
number of them running In the west.
The only Chesapeake Bay dog in
California is on exhibition at Chutes
park and he is a prize winner. This
specie of canine, although not an un
usual looking dog, Is very scarce In this
country, although they were originally
bred In the United States. The most
distinctive feature la their double coat
of hair. They are of brownish i color
and as large as a Great Pane.
Forty-two exhibitors have shown
dogs thin year, .which is quite an iu-v
creusa over last year's number-
INCLUDES ALL CONCERNS IN
EVILS WILL BE REMEDIED
Members of the Association Deny That
Higher Prices Will Come as
a Result of Their Organ.
By plans fully matured Wednesday
night, every automobile agency in Los
Angeles has been, drawn into a combine
under the name of the Automobile
Dealers' Association of Southern <?all
By the end of this week every repair
shop and dealer In automobile sundries
in Los Angeles will have become mem
bers of the organization.
Assertions are made by those not
members of the association that it is
formed with the purpose of holding up
prices and doing away with the stern
competition, and consequent cutting of
prices in force during the past year.
This, members of the new organiza
tion emphatically deny. They claim
they have banded together to remedy
certain evils, which have grown up in
what Is practically a new business
the country over, and that they are
merely following 1 the example of deal
ers in other of the large cities.
The membership Includes the follow
ing dealers and garages: Los Ange
les Automobile company, Peerless Mo
tor Car company, Pierce Motor Car
company, Worthington garage, Auto
Vehicle company; White garage,
Waldo Auto company, Rosesteel gar
age, Lee Automobile company, West
ern Motor Car company, Ralph Ham
lin company and the W. K. Cowan
Several Informal meetings of auto
mobile dealers of the city were held
last week, at which time the ques
tion of organization was fully dis
cussed. Wednesday night another
meeting was held at the Lankershim
where, following a banquet, formal
organization took place with the adop
tion of a constitution and by-laws
and the election of W. K. Cowan as
president and Karl Anthony, of the
Western Motor Car company, as sec
retary. Another meeting will be held
the first of next week.
President Cowan said yesterday, In
defense of the organization: "There
is no intention to raise the prices on
machines or on repairing. Machines
are sold by the agents at the prices
set by the manufacturers. Itepalr
work which hitherto has been on a
scale depending on how good a friend
you were of the repairer, and where
the stranger paid for what was knock
ed oft on the bill of the other fellow,
will be made just to all and posted In
every shop. I estimate that the prices
paid machinists will bte cut nearly
thirty per cent by the organization."
HUSBAND GOES TO JAIL,
WIFE SUES FOR DIVORCE
Following the verdict of guilty on a
sensational charge of threatening her
life, preferred by Mrs. Lena Hill
against her husband, In Judge Plerce's
court yesterday afternoon, the woman
filed suit for divorce, alleging cruelty
i The Hill family has been known to
Why don't you permit your wife
and babies to live? ENERGY!
Never heard of it? It is the exact
science of good living— a perfect
food for perfect people. 10 cents a
AT ALL GROCERS
the county authorities for the past
several years. Claude H. Hill, the de
fendant, has served several terms In
the county Jail on charges of stealing
horses and furniture. He was lately
released, after serving a long term,
and the persecution of hla wife Is al
leged to have followed a short time
Hill was arrested yesterday morning
by Constable Cllne. Yesterday after
noon he was placed on peace bonds of
$1000 and later faced the charge pre
ferred against him by his wife.
According to the testimony, Hill
started his persecutions by threatening
to set fire to his home and burn up
his wife and baby. This was followed
by threats over a telephone. When
Mrs. Hill saw her husband prowling
around her house several nights ago,
she became alarmed and complained
to the authorities.
Hill was sentenced to three months
on the chain gang.
ALUMNI OF ST. VINCENT'S
HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET
College Graduates Gather Around the
Festal Board and Retell
The St. Vincent's College Alumni as
sociation held its annual banquet at
the Cafe Bristol last evening. A large
number of the old students and former
graduates assembled. Rt. Rev.
Thomas J. Conaty, Rt. Rev. Monsignor
Harriett, Very Rev. Dr. Glass, C. M.,
and membfcrs of the faculty, were
guests. College colors of white and
gold were used in decorating.
A splendid menu was served and the
intellectual portion of the fete was
cared for well and ably. P. J. Mc-
Garry, president of the association,
acted as toast master. Toasts were
responded to as follows:
"The College in Professional Life,"
■William S. White; "A Clerical Opin
ion," Rev. James A. Riordan; "Some
Phases of Education, in California,"
Isidore B. Dockweiler; address, Rt.
Rev. Thomas J. Conaty, D. D.; re
marks, Rt. Rev. Monsignor Harnett, V.
G.; closing remarks, Very Rev. Dr.
Glass, president of the college.
The association has closed a prosper
ous year and last night's affair was a
The officers of the association are:
P. J. McGarry, president; I. E. Hannon,
vice president; John H. Clancy, secre
tary; George A. LeDoux, treasurer.
The executive committee is composed
of Claire W. Murphy, M. D., W. 11.
Workman, jr., Morri3 Morlarty, Angus
R. Lindley, William S. White, C. C.
Conroy and J. P. Whalen. :&fiM
Mellin's Food — an infant
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a food that gives satisfaction, a food
that has been used for many years
with best results, a food that makes
the babies grow strong. Send for a
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Food, which received the Grand Priie.
the highest award of the Louisiana Pur-
chase Exposllion. St. Louis. 1904. High-
•r than a fold medal.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Have you been ilurnberlnf while the other
fellow was making money? What you could
have done ilx month* ago 1b an old atory now,
and what you might do next Saturday may b«
an old itory ilx months hence. Therefore
why not take a trolley ride at our expenae
and attend the auction cale of lota at Sierra
Vista townslte; This property la aituated on
the line of the Loa Angeles Pacific: railroad,
thirty mlnutea' ride from tha business center
of Lew Angeles, and is In the very heart ut a
fast growing, wideawake community. The
sidewalks aru down, curbs have been laid and
water is being piped to every lot. At the
entrance to each atreet beautiful arches have
been erected and for the safe investment of a
small amount of money this will prove a rare
opportunity weli worth Investigation. Why
not call on A. !•'. Webster at the Mason build-
ing-. Los Angeles tor maps, further Informa-
tion end free transportation to the property?
' Beautiful Cstmatluiu
PTew summer stocks of the celebrated "Home Made" brand of
Undermuslins — for which we are sole Los Angeles agents — have
just arrived, and are given display space in show window as well
ai on our sales counters.
We are particularly proud of these "Home Made" Under*
muslins, because they launder beautifully, are both particularly
serviceable and noticeably dainty, unlike certain lines made solely
for show and not for service. Every garment is made on lock-
stitch machines and by the very highest class of skilled labor-
no sweatshop goods.
c7Waterials used in their construction are muslin, cambric
and nainsook ; lace and embroidery, hemstitching, ruffles, tucks
and similar trimmings.
Gowns, $1 to $10 Drawers, 50c to $5
Skirts, $1 to $15 Corset Covers, 50c to $*.5O
Chemises, 75c to $5.00
cA special showing of French hand-made lingerie :
Skirts, $1.75 to $27.50 Drawers, $1.75 to $10.00
Gowns, $3.50 to $25.00 Chemises, $1.75 to $20.00
Corset Covers, $1.75 to $10.00
Together with the finest undermuslins made on this side of the sea.
Shell Back Combs
A special purchase of jewel mounted shell and amber back combs,
antique and gilt trimmed, in wave or plain edges; 75c to $1.50
values now on sale at fifty cents for choice.
.... Just West 0f ....
;miiW/* r '|w|\ Large Lots Building Restrictions
J|£ Occidental Boulevard
120 Feet Wide
Extending from Sunset Park and West Sixth Street
to West First Street, with parkway in center, planted
and cared for by the Park Department of the city
of Los Angeles, being a part of Sunset Park system.
Branch Office Jl j'lit f , JJJJf^TnTtL
for Tract BAK]|3SIHB^HISmI
2950 Wilshire |^^^^^^^^||
Boulevard ' ' '^ M
Agent Always There to Show Property
! mm at Its Best
/ "*s\\ Take a trip around the Kite »
ks.«ti(j»»u«4 through the orange groves
V , n^!>J( ;.' ' and flower gardens of the
Santa Fe Route I southland.
Train leaves Los Angeles daily at 8:30 a. m., returning
at 6:10 p. m., allowing of stop-over at Redlands and
No Scene Twice Seen
Ask for booklet, "The Tale of the Kite," of any
SANTA FE agent.
Special rates to holders of Eastern Excursion
Use the Herald Liners and Prosper
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