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NEW PROCESS IS
BOON TO MINERS
SAN FRANCISCO CHEMISTS
HAVE NOVEL METHOD
Promoters Say Plan for Refining Gold
Will Revolutionize Manner of
A process has been discovered by a
number of San Francisco chemists for
the refinement of gold which they claim
will revolutionize the methods of min
ing and taking care of ore. A com
pany has been formed with F. J. Ab
bott as president. Mr. Abbott has Just
returned to IjOb Angeles from New
Mexico, where he went with a number
of miners to Investigate mines.
He states that, the new process will
be n boon to miners for thn reason
thHt much of the ore that Is now thrown
away can be saved and the gold ex-
1 1 noted from It. Not only this, but the
new company does Its smelling with
machine* located on the ground with
the mines and change the ore Into bul
lion without any cost of shipping.
Mr. Abbott Hays: "I?y this process
tho ore as It Is taken from the ground
Is put into n large revolving oven and
heated to a temperature that varies
with the nature of the inetat and dif
ferent chemicals, the formula of which
urn kept secret, are shot Into It with
Hteam. It is claimed that in this man
ner gold can be taken from ore that
heretofore was worthless; also that the
most refractory ores can be desulphur
i/.eci and oxydlzed within two hours'
tlm* 1 , whereas the methods now in use
consume sixty hours for the same pro
cess In treating any ore. When this
refractory ore Is taken from the oven
It is no decomposed that It Is In condi
tion to be treated by any other method
for the recovery of the gold. •
"If this method proves satisfactory
It will supply v long feTt need of the
Nevada miners. They have heretofore
«ent their ore to Salt Lake City to the
jmelters, but these smelters have given
them notice that they are bo crowded
with work that they can only tak»
one-third of the ore that they have
been receiving before.
"There would also be a gre,at saving
of freight charges on account of a plant
being erected on each mining property
and would cause many abandoned
mines to become valuable by provid
ing a means whereby the refractory
or.', contained In them couli be suc
NEGRO SAVED BY ROOSEVELT
Through Personal Appeal to President
Los Angeles Prisoner Will Not
Be Returned to El Paso
F. C. Mallory, a negro, will not be
taken back to 121 Paso, Texas, by
Deputy Sheriff Briggs according to In
formation received by the police last
evening. Mallory was arrested in Los
Angeles by Patrolman Glenn and Ran
dolph November 20, on suspicion of be
ing Frank McElroy. In 1800 McElroy
shot and killed Patrolman Stewart in
Xl Paso during a raid on the city jail
by United States troops.
Mallory has professed innocence.
"When told that Deputy Sheriff Briggs
had arrived to take him in custody the
thoughts of being burned at the stake,
which he believed would be his fate,
rendered him unconscious.
The first thought that came to Mal
lory was a personal appeal to President
Roosevelt. Upon receipt of the mes
sage, the president referred the case to
the war department.
Mallory claimed that he was stationed
Jn Fort Wlngate. Ariz., at the time of
the murder. This according to advices
received last night from Washington is
Deputy Sheriff Briggs received word
from Governor Pardee that the requi
sition papers were signed and stamped
two days ago but he had ordered them
held pending the investigation of the
war department, nnd should Mallory's
statements prove true the papers would
VETERAN VICTIM OF CUPID
Captain F. G. Cressey, Prominent in
Grand Army Circles, Will Marry
Mrs. T. W. Harl
Captain P. J. Cressey will take unto
himself his fourth bride when he mar
rk-s llrs. T. W. Harl at her home,
1644 Gramerey place, next Sunday.
This will also be Mrs. Harl's fourth
matrimonial venture. Tho wedding
will be the culmination of n woolngr
that has been of two months' dura
Captain Cressey. who is prominent In
Grand Army circles, has been a wid
ower for the past four years and has
11 daughter who is now abroad study
ing for grand opera. Hn also has a
pon who is pastor of the East L.os
Angeles Baptist church.
Among Mrs. Hart's former husbands
were a prominent railroad man of the
<'ast, a stale senator and a lawyer.
She bus lived in Gramercy place since
coming to Los Angeles about a year
ENGINEER TALKS OF CHINA
George B. Wilson Tells Members of
Engineers and Architects' Associa
tion of Oriental Construction
Member* of the Engineers nnd Archi
tects association <if Southern Call
fornla held a biinqupt nt the Bristol
cafe laHt night. I). W, Campbell, presi
dent of the association, acted aB toast
master and Ueorge B. Wilson, a prom
inent engineer of I»s Angeles, gave a
very Intereßtlng talk on the engineer
ing work In China where. he has spent
coiißldeiable time while connected with
an English syndicate.
He stated that few people in this
country realize the size of the great
Chinese wall. He said that it is large
enough to reach around the earth at
the equator nnd still be twelve feet
high and two feet thick. Other mem
bera gave short talks.
Physicians at Banquet
The banquet hall of the Angelua
hotel wan the scene lust evening of a
dinner given by the members of the
Southern California Medical Hoclety.
Dr. David B. Van Slych presided over
the gathering und Dr. Walter Llndley
served km tuautmuster. Dr. W. LeMoyne
WHlti, who haw Just recently returned
from Europe, gave a toant on "At Home
and Abroad" and related a number of
the lnrldentß of his trip. liev. Hurt
Eaten Howard told '"What a Preacher
Can Do in Fifteen Minutes." i)r
Jameu l». Hooth Bpoke on the Bubject.
"Night J>ivumih of a Country -Doctor."
Dr. Woods lfutchlntton wus the laHt
speaker und gave lii.s listeners v treat
on "Hot Spring* and Hot Air."
If r<m want t« wo ram, •'. ll>rd«<-k.
Ant. minou Central U. ft, 131 B. Soring!
DEDICATE NEW TEMPLE WITH
Hollenbeck Lod(.e Formally Opens
Handsome Home on First Street
Under Auspices of Offi
cers of Grand Lodge
Six hundred nnd fifty men and
women witnessed the Impressive cere
mony of Insinuation of the officers of
Hollenbeck lodge, Free find Accepted
Masons, last evening at the new temple
on Kast First street, near Gumming*,
Most Worshipful Grand Master Mot*
ley Tt. Flint led In the Installation of
thn following: oflleprs: I,eo \V. Ytmnff
worth, worshipful muster! James A.
Smith, junior warden; I'eter Johnson,
treasurer: J, W. Dick, secretary; John
M. Dutismoor, chaplnln: AY. J. San
born, senior deacon; 11. N, Powers nnd
11. <'. Knox, Stewards: 1* A. Hiiiispi 1 ,
marshal: George K. lCllis, tyler; Frank
Brooks, junior deacon.
After the ceremony f^eo Ynungworth
was called upon for a speech, Hnd said
in tm t-t :
"I realize that wo have much work
to do, even more than in the past. We
appreciate the help received from the
grand officers and the members of this
lodge, Individually and collectively."
C. Ci Logan 111 a speech presented
Worshipful Master Youngworth with
a beautiful Masonic jewel in behalf ot
the lodge. This was followed by
speeches by C. E. Batc.hellor In present-
Ing Peter Johnson and J. W. Dick each
with a pen.
March of Temple
Yesterday afternoon the grand lodge
met at the old lodge room, corner of
First and Chicago streets, and formed
In line, joined by I<os Angeles com
mandery No. fl, Knights Templar, con
sisting of about 100 members.
At 2:30 o'clock the procession, led by
a band, marched to the new temple and
entered the spacious hall.
Most Worshipful Grand Master Flint
presided at the dedicatory ceremonies.
The temple has n frontage of 120 feet
on First street and 60 feet deep. It is
a two-story structure of brick, the
first story being occupied by five stores,
while the second story has a main
hall, with banquet hall adjoining nnd
rooms. At the front are live office
The main hall Is 33 by 62 feet nnd is
finished In Doric architecture. The dif
ferent stations of the officers are de
signed In Tuscan, Corinthian, lonic and
composite orders. The Rubles over these
stations enclose painted art glass
panels, representing the sun at dawn,
meridian and sunset, illuminated by in
candescent lights. The color scheme is
worked out in rubbed enamel finished
in ivory white. The ceiling is tinted a
cream color. The side walls, below a
massive plastered cornice finished in
white, nre tinted term cotta. The
wainscoting is burlap of a deep green
shade. The carpet is red, forming a
pleasing nnd harmonious color scheme.
A pleasing feature of the afternoon
service was the presentation of a flag
to the lodge by Mrs. AY. "J. Bllesner,
wife of the architect of the building,
who had made the flag with her own
RUN ON PENNSYLVANIA BANK
Excitement Caused by Misunder
stood Remark of a
By Associated Press.
YORK, Pa., Dec. 7.— A run on the
First National bank of this city was
inaugurated today and up to noon
hundreds of excited depositors had
withdrawn their savings. The run was
caused by an unfounded rumor that
gained circulation yesterday. An art
store on the opposite side of the street
had been seized by the sheriff. A
passerby remarked to a friend that
"the art store across from the First
National bank had failed." Some one
caught the last part of the sentence
and a rumor that "the First National
hank had failed" spread rapidly. Long '
before the regular time for opening
today a large crowd of depositors gath
ered In front of the institution.
Directors of the bank mingled In the
crowd nnd succeeded in allaying the
fears of many. All applicants were
paid off promtly. Other banks of the
city proffered assistance while promi
nent business men made large deposits
In the bank.
The First National is one of the most
prosperous banks in York. Its last
statement shows resources of $2,379,464
and deposits of $2,287,109. It carries
$50,000 in government funds.
GIFT FOR PRESIDENT
Sealed Box Arrives in New York From
the Russian Em.
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Dec. 7.— On the North
German Lloyd pier in Hoboken yes
terday llwre lay for hours a white box
about half the sizo i>f a steamer trunk,
canvas covered and stamped on one
sido with a lot of imposing rod isculs.
bearing the Russian eagle.
It came among the baggage of W.
11. Brown of Plainfleld, N. J., who has
been in nussla with I,ewin Nixon, who
says it contalnH a prenent from the
emperor to l'rosldont RoHevelt, a token
of regard for. the latter's aid in bring
ing about poace between Kuawla and
When Mr. Brown made his declar
ation on board ship ho mentioned the
box and nuked that it should not bo
opened. This, he was told, was Im
possible, so it was sent in bond to the
Hussian embassy In Washington.
Sues Road for Damages
On the question of whether Harry
Hansler of Pomona was killed while
stealing a ride on the rear of a wagon,
or was killed by the negligence of an
engineer running- his engine backward
at full speed without ringing the bell
or blowing the whistle, will depend
the decision of a dumuge case before
The case wan taken under advise
ment by Judge York and v decision
will be reached today.
Change Name of Road
The Los Angeles Highway committee
after 11 discussion Wednesday decided
to change the name of the Hanta .Bar
bara road to that of El Camlno Heal,
thus making It v state road. The com
mittee will erect the cement mile posts
und the Xl Camlno commission will put
up ornamental Hlgnboards. The com
mittee reports that the mile Htonea for
the Foot Hill, Whlttier und Ban Diego
roads arc now In place.
Hiihwrllio for The Lou Angelc>n Dailj
L?jy,ty tt " j »-' ot y° ui- i-iiiutiiiau emu
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1905.
Whorisus, .Tamed IT. Manfrrtri, doing
n general merchandise business as a
Hetjill T>partmcnt Storo in the. retail
pale of Todies' Cloaks and Suit*, Men's
and Hoys' Clothing. Furnishing Ooods,
Bhoos. Hals nnri Miscellaneous M*f«
ihandlse, formerly known fts the Run
Jose Department Store, 81-83 Second
street, Han Jose, having gone Into
bankruptcy the. Hoard of Creditors
have appointed R. J. Seward to wind
up the stock nt once, and on account
of the above, the lease was broken and
(lie notice served 011 me to quit, sur-
render nnd varnlc tlio promises on or
before Nov. 25, 190 S. Tliln slock Is an
elegant new xlock. coming direct from
fno lending wholesalers of the world
nntl liMvhiK been recently purchased for
this season's business and consists of
Arrow llrnn.l Collar*, Monarch Shlrtu,
CliirH-IVnlxMly Milrf*. Alfred llcnln-
niln'n Clothing, V. C. n. Clothing. 11.
Kupprnhrliner * Co. Clothing, Joufph
llrlfelil I.ihlli-V Tnllor-Mmlr Mulls, I'nrl-
kliiii Silk Petticoat*) nnrt llnndrrilM ill
lIIKrr Slnmlnrcl >lnkc"ii 2000 feet of
nr.-B.on IMne, 40 Nl««-U Tnliien. RO
.M<-k.-l-rin(pil Window PlxtfircHi 2 lle-
volvliiK Ch.uk Hneks. I Stock Tnhle, .'.
Iprluhl Clonk nnrkn. 1 Trlple-IMnte
Mirror. 1 Intension .Mirror, Ii Wax
Which I as the Receiver for Creditors
will offer to the. General Retail Trade
of. Los Angeles
On the Dollar
SALE NOW ON
449 South Spring St.
In the Bilker IlulldliiK »xt Iliwr <o
the Well* Candy Store. Between Fourth
and Fifth Streets on Spring Slreel.
Following, I quote you the guaran-
teed creditors' prices:
Ladies' $2.00 Walking Skirts, 89c;
Indies' $3.. r .O all wool cheviot dress
skirt*. 51. 39; ladies' ST. SO dress skirts,
all weights and shades, $3.45: Indies'
$15.00 evening shades, silk und Vene-
tian, dress skirts, $7.15; ladles' $12.00
silk shirt waist suits, $4.95; ladles'
520.00 silk shirt waist suits, $8.90-
Indies' $10.00 nil wool tailor-made suits,
$8.65; ladles' $20.00 tailored suits, silk
lined and up-to-date. $11.8.">; ladles'
$30.00 model suits, latest Purls designs,
514.75: iadles' $1.2. percale wrappers,
D4e: ladles' $17.50 »i length dress conts,
$8.25; ladi"s' $20.00 opera coats, light
colors, $9.65; ladies' $25.00 cravenetto
raincoats, all shades, $11.85; ladles'
fast black Inse. 7c; ladicH' 75c lawn
waists, 2!ic; ladles' $2.00 flannel dress
waists, DSc; ladies' $2.50 madras drei-s
waists, 75c; ladies' $4.00 fancy silk
worsted madras waists, $1,115; ladies"
$7.50 silk and velvet waists. $3.15;
Indies' $1.00 mercerized petticoats, 3!>c;
ladies' $2.00 satin petticoats, all col-
ors, 89c; ladles' $3.00 dress petticoats,
nearsllk, $1.15; ladies' $6.50 silk petti-
coats, black and opr.ra shades, $2.95;
Indies' $7.50 tan ami black jackets,
heavy and light weight, $3.45; ladies'
$12.00 tan and black silk lined Jackets,
55.75; ladles' $18.00 cravenctte. rain-
coats, light and dark colors, $8.95; 41)
doz. ladies' 25c fancy open work hose,
12/.c; 36 doz. ladles' 50c open work
lisle thread hose, 10c; 52 doz. Indies'
lOi: hemstitched handkerchiefs, 3c; 3D
doz. ladies' 180 embrolderod handker-
chiefs, 6'4e: 74 doz. ladles' 25c Irish
linen handkerchief*. 1214 c; 18 doz.
ladles' 10c undorvests, 4c; 26 doz. ladies'
25c pink und bliKi untfervosts, 12',ic; 14
ladies' $6 furs, black, brown and white,
$2.85; S ladies' $10 furs, tan, white,
$2.85; 8 ladles' $10.00 furs, lan and
black, $4.75; 124 dozen men's 10c black
11ml tan half hose. 4c; 78 dozen men s
20c, lisle finished ho.se, S l-8c; 43 dozen
men's 25c fancy half hose, 12>£c; 168
dozen men's 10« white handkerchiefs,
2%c; 3ft dozen men's 10c blue and red
bandana handkerchiefs, 4c; 214 doz* v
men's 25c linen hi.rnstltched handker-
chiefs, C'4c; 17 dozen men's 2fio sus-
penders, 10c; 15 dozen men's 35c sus-
penders, 19c; 43 dozen men's 50c. Presi-
dent Suspenders, 25c; 12 dozen men's
fl.oo silk web suspenders, 48c; 58 dozen
men's 15c bow tits. 4o; 91 dozen men's
25c four-in-hand ties, 12Hc; 25 dozen
men's 50c four-in-hand ties, 25c; 62
men's smoking Jackets (nice Christmas
gifts), from $2.85 up! .10 men's $9 blue-
black cheviot sultK, $3,115; S4 men's $12
fancy worsted suits, $5.25; 26 men's $15
hairline striped cheviot miltn, $7.25; 32
mim's $17.50 gray clay worsted suits,
$8.85; 47 men's $20 black clay worstoa
suits, $f1.85; 25 men's $25 imported
worsted dress suits. $12.15; 68 men's $30
silk lined sack, frock and cutaway
suits, $13.20; 19 men's $35 Prince Al-
bert dress suits, $1(3.85; 59 men's $15
overcoats, $6.75; 4 8 men's $20 boaver
overcoats, $B.J>5; 42 men's $25.00 Hllk
lined black and Oxford gray, full
length overcoats, $11.45: 17 men's $27.50
black unfinished worsted dress ovei-
coats $12.85; 34 men's $22.50 covert,
cloth top coats, light colors, $10.45; 98
pairs men's $2.00 twisted worsted
pants, 98c; 114 pairs men's $3.00 cash-
mere, pants, $1.35; 67 pairs men's $4.00
fancy worsted punts, $1.75: >4 pairs
men's $5.50 tailor-made dress pants,
J2.C5; 219 pairs men's $fi.sO Imported
tallor-madn dress pants, $3.25; 32 men's
$4..00 fancy dress vests, $1.85; 38 meil'a
520.00 cravenelte rain coats, $9.45; 45
men's $25.00 cravoncttn rain coats.
$11.85; 87 dozen ladles' 20e tan and
black hose, 8 1-3<_-: 1 lot 13Wo men's
linen collars (soiled), lc; 28 dozen
men's 50c working 1 shirts, 32c; 17 dozen
men's $1.00 fancy golf dress shirts, 49r;
14 dozen men's 50c fancy ribbed under-
wear, 29c; 19 dozen men's 75c derby
ribbed underwear, 35c; 12 dozen men a
$1.00 natural gray wool underwear,
•!!ic; 24 dozen men's $1.50 wool tleeccd.
Dr. Wright's Health underwear, 69c; 8
dozen men's $2.00 lamb's wool under-
wear, 98c; 48 boys' $3.00 sailor blouse
Bulls, $1.45; 39 boys' $5.00 Muster llrown
cultß, $2.25; 74 boys' $6.00 double
breasted suits, $2.85; 29 boys' $10.00
long pa'itu Hints. $4.85; 43 boys' $15.00
long pants suits, $0.95; 9 dozen boys'
$1.50 hats, all colors, 69c; 7 dozen men's
$2 fedora hats, 98c; 36 dozen men's $3
hats, latest Btyles ami colors, $1.45; 11
dozen men's $3.50 black and brown
ikrby hats, $1.65; 45 pair boys' $2 shoes,
sizes IOVi to 13%. 98c; 79 pair boys' t'-i
dress shoes, $1.35; 146 pair men's $3
calfskin. sliuch, $1.45; 208 pair men's $•■
vlci kid. box and velour calf dress
shoes, $2.45; 173 pair men's $6, $7 pat-
ent kid and corona coltskin shoes,
$.2.95. This imiuiiM saving of thou-
sands of dollars to tho public of Los
AngeloH, as this is one of the largest
storo stocks ever offered at a discount.
Ladles' tiiilor-inuile suits, high art
men's clothing. Dunlap hats, President
HUKpenders, pent gloves, Wilson Hros.
underwear gives you an opportunity to
buy ut retail sali> for 46c on. the. $1.
Hemomber day and date of pale —
Thursday, Dec, 7, ut 8:30 a. 111. sharp.
No. 449 Houth Spring street, noxt door
to Welln' candy store on Kprlng Ktieet.
H. j. HKWAIIU, Iteceiver.
,» I 22£T2£!£ I ~ .fl&tttlHWODo/^ Glove Department
Ing" Day at half the regular value. «!■ J-Vjfl 1^ B prrfnrtly rut; vrfocX flttlne, In nil
iafllnl 1/ vYbZL^ZeEJ aC Mwm il^Yi^i*3-\ <hfk r^^ raM " pi*-^"| vnm«s
25c Pillow Covers 10c %*^^J H \}^^ \£jTT33fj7 VV/iVI at #1.00 nnd $1.80. In complrtft awort.
Kxcrllmt pillow covers marie fro,,, " </ * ments. fllove ordrrt.. which do
Rood quality of rtetilni. prettily .away with the bother of selection
clororatpd, In vnrlmifl desißna, com- ' nfl^ which allow the holder per.
B. €:■•"'— g ' tg BRQIMOTP 10S«fS.STEELE-fARIS&WAUttR CQ | ZZ n ZITn 'ZT""' "
Friday — "Something Doing" Day
As Christmas approaches these "Something Doing" days increase in bargain interest, while the diversity of the offerings becomes
still greater. Each week finds additional assortment of remnants, odds and ends and broken lines in various classes of merchan-
dise to be closed out, and this week the offerings arc particularly broad in scope and the price cuts are unusually deep. Many
items specially suited for Christmas giving may be picked up here today at far less than usual worth. Today will be a clay of
strenuous activity and of great selling in this busy place. Be sure that you get your share of the bargains.
Four Shoe Specials For On Sale in "The Pit" "Something Doing" in the
"Something Dolnj" Day Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods and Waistlngs MeilS GOm^f
$ 1 .50 to $2 Men's. Boys' and Youths' Shoes 89c Tho --- a(TI1111 , llllllon of rpmnnnts of sllks ,
An npsorlcd lot, somp In <*Hlf, vlcl kid fltnl a ff«- jmtont f i rPSB X( ,odg and walstlng*. various Icnßtlin, c « «««*.'*. Cki«4^ On.
lonfiirrs; Rood xlzph nn.l widths, well mart*; Rood, lin , c tlcnlly nil cnlorß n.nrl ntinllilrs, prlcpd for OUC JVICII S Olllrlb Ly\> ,
durable shoos: vulups up to $2.00. On sale "Some- quick olraranro on "Something Dolnu" Day nt ; ■•; •
thine Doliir" Day, 83c. nhnut half nrtunl vnluo. Oood iilrklriK hore Iti Mm « nogligpc shirts mnde from fine percales,
♦ICA M* ' I rwi I n'e Chnnc iMf lrnKtha sultablfi for wnlsts, skirts or whole In lIrIH and medium rotors, gooil patterns In
$I.OU MISSeS anu UlllCiren S SnOCS O^ WBtumM, strlpts nnd nent nRtiiPS, dottichod cuffs, wpll
Mlssrs' nnd rlilldrnn'B shoes, mndc of roocl Rrnclo viri lrl , lf i n cn n .,,„„„ ctn sni»< "tinmoMiiiiff rrnlncr"
kid stork, laced, extension hoH>h, pntent lenthrr tips, p Amnnn * HIVH 1V jr. fhp RnSPITIPnt t^ , n Something Doing
well made and durable; vnlues tip to $1.50. On sale IVCllllldlll Uaj 111 lilt UddUIIICIII Day, 29c.
"Something, Doing" Uny, G9c. Tnflny lhR WMk|y .. barßn|nfost ,. o f rem- sn Mpn'c I Im|nrvv*Mir
S2 SO Slinners and Oxfords 69c lwnt * 1n the ''»'" i »ien t : * a »>in nn^ns domes- out jvien & unaerwear oyt
W.3U Clippers anu USlurus oyi< , flannels, towelln K s. shirtings nnrt r <hh*A mn flt., m wf ,.^ t „„,„, w. -
An assortment of odd lots and broken size*, but all f . o tton fabrics Of all kind* Ten great bnrgaln * lnn J" 80^ r '^bed medium wo1 K ht, color blue,
pood shaped, well itinrlc nnd stylish shoes; values up tables loaded with the. week's accumulation of 60c value. On sale "Something Doing" Day, 39c.
to $2.50. The entire lot on the table on sale "Some- thn best selling lines, priced at quirk stepped
thlnj? Doing" Day, 6!te. prices for "Somcthlnff Doing" Day. He on S|)C WOHieil S IlOSe .SVC
..,., , _ . . rl , n hand early for participation In the savings UVW< " «"•*" 3 11V3C O7\,
IpJ.OU Women S UXIOrUS 3»1.0v posalble here. Women's hos>e. black, brown, navy, tan and
Women's oxfords, made of good grade vlcl kid patent ■ gray, high, spliced heels and toes, very line,
S er w.th Crt kl ffi"t.° Uh nd lcaTh" ? heels! Solid gold 14 karat eyeglasses; regular $5.00 •'"« ™* ***«« '» ««* 'fj**™i have
an assortment of broken lines; values up to $3.50. On vah.es; on sale today, $2.98. Optical depart- self colored mercerized stripes; values up to
snlo "Something Doinn" Day, $1.39. ment fourth floor. BOc. On sale "Something Doing" Day, 39c.
$22.50 Empire Coals $18.50 Tempting Millinery Offerings
SE S andtanf Kri Uh saUnfK • f^^^M *IM Fancy Feather» 49c $1.50 Unlrlmmed Shapes 48c
nn<l front plaited, double breasted, trimmed with panne velvet, S^» t "ssj- : * r <)lM lot of wingg and fancy Marlr from felt, silk and
sizes 34 to 44. Rxcellent values at $22.50. On sale "Something j ./stfv^S' feathers, plain breasts, velvet in largo und small
Doing" Day for $18.00. I rijf J&s-ft pompons, etc, In black and styles; good colors, easily
I *C£~^L&S&tSxfl\ii± colors; excellent styles; all trimmed Into pretty street
$8.00 Fur ScarfS for $5.98 L^^vkeiMh^V this season's goods; values hats; valuea up to $1.50.
M&.tiAfc vsSr^MS ?/y»B up to $1.00. On sale "Some- On sale "Something Do-
80-lnch river mink four-in-hand scarfs, pntin lined, worth $8.00. A W^^sjwS&i^yl l! jztfv thing Doing" Day, 49c. ing" Day, 48c.
On sale "Something Doing" Day for $5.i»8. <s*r4 * j'^K&ir'fflJT )
„..,„. „... ( f i . 'W^i^WM/ $5.00 Trimmed Hats $2.48 Street Hals 98c
aO.VO WalKing SKirtS 5>J.4» 'l\'lV»|( Small lot of pretty trimmed Women's and misses', in
New walking skirt,, light and gray dark mixtures; a few tan Mffl ?*,£ "S ''and" velvets" Sns will n^tm-ban^ln
and green shades In the lot; plain tailored lliirlng styles: others /^|Sff-iiJ many pleas g stylos' Wcer snanc" cood colors
trimmed with straps and .loth buttons. A few plain cloths and f JiJjYfQ handsomely MrimmrtT^ ittmcUvelv trimmed^ va?"
Plaited mohairs in the lot; values to $5.98. On sale ".Something W ) -MMM collent colors; S *up to ues up On" slle'
Uoing Daj,?u.4S. v / i ,. ttt^Hif-Y/ $5.00. On sale "Something "Something Doing" Day,
$12.48 Rain Coats $9.98 I gl *':^'^ r u^ "r c,«
Crkvenette coats-full length; fancy striped and plain cloths; /Jl|s $M * 7M Children S CoatS $4.75
several good style.«; some with shawl collar, finished with but- '^] js ; \si® Odd lines, broken sizes and samples in children's coats;
tons; others collarleßS with shirred belt and buckle; new sleeve i t£i' \jl TOTS*, light weight, serviceable materials, in solid and mixed
with high cuff; $I^.4S values. .On sale "Something Doing" JwMli colors; excellent styles; values up to $7.00. On sale
Day, $9.95. ■ "Something Doing" Day, $4.75.
Drapery Prices for "Something Doing" Day $1.48 Waists, Odd Lines
7&c Fancy Drapery Prints SY 3 a 75c Fancy Feather 75C
Fancy drapery prints in pretty floral and oriental dp- Pillows 49c ■
signs for draperies, curtains and comfort coverings: q oo j s i zo feather pillows, in fancy Oflci "nes in broken slzus of sateen, lawn, veiling and vest-
i-egular ~U>e prints. On sale "Something Doing" Hfl tin finish, striped ticking covers, ln & waists; many sair.oles in the lot; all new fall styles;
Day, 3',^. regular 75c pillows. On sale "Some- practically all sizes in the collection; values up to $1.48. On
20c Silk Floss Cushions lOc tning Doing" Day, 4<>c. sale "Something Doing" Day, 75c.
Oood silk floss cushions. 14 inches square in good, $3.00 Ruffled Hobbinet SO C Flannelette GnWim
white muslin covers, for sofa cushions, head rests, Cnrt-iln* HI «>S .r 1«*1111C1CUC VJUWIIS
etc.; 20c Values. On sale "Something Doing" Day, 10c. wiibiib»i.to £»O^»
„« ... •' .'.'irpi ,i \a Finn white bobblnet curtains, made Otfw>
20c IMam Art llckinß lOc . up witn good ful , ru ffies, trimmed
Fine satin finish art ticking. In plain colors, for pil- with wide lace edges and insnr- Pink and blue stripes, some with plain colored tucked yokes;
low backs and draperies; regular 20c. ticking. On pale tions; regular $3.00 values. On sale others finished with braids and laces; values up to 89c. On
"Something Doiiiß" Day, 10c per yard. "SoTielhing Doing" Day, $1.?8. sale "Something Doing" Day, 69c.
In the Ftice_qf Gag
We take great pleasure in being
able to announce that Los cAngeles
will begin the New Year with a gas
Per Thousand Cubic Feet
Los t>4ngelc» Gas and Electric Company
Hill, near Seventh
You can do no better on your next trip East
than join one of our Tourist Excursions.
There are through cars to Chicago and other
points without change, and the rates are one-
half those in standard cars. Besides, you
travel along the old scenic route of the West
Come in and ask about it.
Union- Southern Pacific
THOS. A. GRAHAM
tAtt'l G.n. Praiffht and Pa»*ng«r Agent, Southern Pacific
261 South Spring Street
G. F. HERR 108l O8 Angeles
District PMfingcr Agent, Union Pacific
250 S. 6pting Street
Get In Before the liaise
20% Advance Jan. 15, on
All Unsold Lots In
===== West Hollywood =====
Where all streets are graded, palms planted, large water
pipes laid and cement curbs in. Eight-minute car service,
fare 6 2-3 cents on commutation tickets.
Large Lots, 80x190. Prices less than unimproved prop-
erty is selling for in same vicinity.
FREE TICKETS. GO ANY TIME,
NORTON ®> HAY
318 W. Third street.
Office open all day Sunday to issue tickets
" _ , _ _ _ j
HOTELS AND BEACH RESORTS
Pally *teamer servico leavlns San Pedro at 10 a m., making: direct connection
with Southern Pacific, Salt Lake and Pacific Electrio trains from l>os An-
teles. Extra eteamer Saturday evenings.
Hotel Mctropole (Open All the Year
Banning Company Pacific Electric Bldg. Both Phones ' 36
@j7, <?&} Nort!l Beach » Santa Monl:a
fttt/^TOT t-?IMVU@@ Filled fresh every day and heated to a
*2> temperature of 86 degrees. Unrivaled
and absolutely safe surf bathing:. Now Is the most beautiful souson of the
yeur at the beacli^ •
/f 9 <* French and Italian Dinners a Specialty
' t 609 San Fernando Street. Tel. Main 3470
(in> d W)7) a Up-to-Date Restaurant
■/set ///onto uavern 219-221 w. Third street
z/ 9 4 <Tfs> ' j J Business Lunches, Dinners Complete
(ya?@ <J$rSSW£ After-Theater Refreshments. Room for 1 200
UNDEIt 11. "VV. UKLLMAN IMJILDINO. t'OURTU AND SPIUNO.