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THE AKIZONA' REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1900
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ylVt&-$$& Jcweiry Catalog. No. 35
and save money on your purchases. Our guarantee cf
high quality and correct style will cost yea nothing.
CATALOG IS FREE. WRITE FOR IT TODAl .
BROCK' & FEAGANS, Jcwclets
FOURTH & BROADWAY LOS ANGELES. CAT .
THE WOODBURY SUCCESS TRAINING
Gives young people an Impetus successward that lasts through life. It places
them In line for position, prestige and promotion.
ARIZONA IS FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES
For those who are prepared for the
" tide in the affairs of men
Which, taken at the flood.
Leads on to fortune."
A few months' training: at the old- new, well-known and reliable WOOD
BURY Insures this preparation. The courses Include Bookkeeping. Short
hand, Typewriting, Spelling, Commercial Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Kapld
Calculations, Penmanship, Grammar, Business Correspondence, Banking, Cor
I. oration and Voucher Accounting, Real Kstate. Insurance and Otliee Practice.
THE WOODBURY SUMMER SCHOOL
NOW IN PROGRESS. New and distinctive college building, cool and pleasant
school rooms. Los Angeles weather delightful. No term divisions, no vaca
tion, enter any time. We will "put you through."
Write for particulars today.
809 South Hill Str.et.
Phcn.ti Main 6006
HOTEL CADILLAC
932A South Main St., Los Armeies.
SPECIAL SEASON RATES
A new and select family and tourist hotel, handsomely furnished, fill out
side rooms. Convenient to depots; street cars pass hotel to all trains. Special
rates to families by the month. Prompt attention paid to the reservation of
rooms by mall. Rates, 50c. 75c and $1.00per day. Hot and cold water, steam
heat, baths free to guests. Take Main or Spring St. cars. "A home-like place
to send your friends to." THOS. J. NORRIS, Prop.
KRANICH & BACH PIANOS
The Kranich & Bach pianos are built upon exclusive lines. The manu
facturers create they do not copy. Their aim has always been to Intro
duce novel and effective devices, thereby investing their pianos with dis
tinctive qualities and merits for which they have been long and favorably
known $475 and upward.
Write for catalogs and descriptions.
Easy terms of payment If desired.
GEO. J. BIRKEL COMPANY
317 t. Srin at . I,n Anj 'les, Cal.
Interest paid
depositors for
past six months
$225,391.45
Total Resources
$16,000,000.00
Write for Booklet
"B" on banking
by mall. Tells
how It's done.
. KiD3
HOLLENBECK
A. C. BILICKE.
Central Location. Excellent Accommodations, Prices Reasonable, Ex-
cellent Restaurant. Cars from ail depots, also all electric excursion and I
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
THE NEW ROSSLYN
443 South Main St.
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
Rates
European, 75c to $2.
American, $1.50 to $3
CPPt
MEETS ALL
SANTA CATALINA
Many new and Interesting features for this summer. Dancing pavilion
doubled In size. Island Mountain Railway in operation. New driveways
along the water front. Boating, Bathing, Fishing, Bowling, etc.
DAILY CONCERTS BY THE FAMOUS CATALINA MARINE BAND.
CANVAS CITY NOW OPEN Furnished and unfurnished tents torrent
by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. Located under large
shade trees, a short way from tha water front. An ideal and inexpen
sive way to spend a summer's vacation.
THE ISLAND VILLA Cozy cottage rooms, without board.
HOTEL METRO POLE American plan. Cuisine unexcelled.
For further Information, ressrvatlons, etc., address
H BANNING & tO, 533 MUNTINU1UIM
Urban Academy
900 Beacon St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Principal, Mrs. M. McDonnell.
An Ideal boarding school for boys
between the ages of 6 and 12. See
Sunday's Issue.
Harry R. Hay. W. L. Hardwick.
Come and see us for your California
Investments
Hay & Hardwick
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
734 Bryson Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal,
Lob Anqelei. Cal.
Home 4456
Steinway, Cecilian and Victor
Dealers.
BANK BY MAI1
To accomm3dte the large number of people who
keep money at home; or in a local bank where It
is earning little or no Interest, this bank receives
depslts by mail on exactly the same terms as
though niad In person. Four per cent paid on
term deposits.
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK
LOS ANCELE9,
who a
Largest Sav'ngs Bank in oukerrCfoniila
Edward HobcH
Fifth and Los Angeles Sts., Los Angeles, Cat.
Strictly modern; everything new; absolutely
fireproof; all outside rooms; a first class family
an J commercial hotel; cafe In connection. Euro
pean plan. Rates, $1 a day and up. For reser
vations or further particulars, address
T0USLEY COMPANY, Proprietors.
HOTEL
JNO. S. MITCHELL I
Los Angeles, Cal. ' I
ARIZONIANS
cfg? THE NATICK HOUSE
First and Main Sts.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
RIlV Dolflp Amer.,$15to$2.50.
European, 50c to $2.
TRAINS
ISLAND
SEASON
1906.
DLUu. - LU9 itLLO n
f Tha Cynthia and Annex
The Leading Apartment House
at, Long Beach, Cal.
Fronting the new pleasure pter
and auditorium. Elegantly fur
nished suites of four, three and
two rooms, with all modern con
veniences, as well- as single
rooms.
The Ramona Apartments, on the
sand beach. Splendid surf bath
ing. A nnllcat Ions address
P. O. Box 214, LONG BEACH
THINK OF ITI
This Pretty Matron Had Headache and
Backache, and Her Condition
Was Serious.
PE-RU-NA CURED.
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MRS. M. BRICKNER.
99 Eleventh Street,
Milwaukee, Wis.
"A short time ago I found my con'
dltlon very serious. I had headaches,
pains In the back, and frequent dizzy
spells which grew worse every month.
I tried two remedies before Peruna,
and was discouraged when I took
the first dose, but my courage soon
returned. In less than two months
my health was restored."'-Mrs. M.
Brlckner.
The reason of so many failures to
cur cases similar to the above Is the
fact thatdiseaseg
peculiar to the
femalo sex are
not commonly
FEMALE TROUBLE
NOT RECOGNIZED
AS CATARRH.
recognized as being caused by catarrh.
Catarrh of one organ Is exactly the
same as catarrh of any other organ.
What will cure catarrh of the head will
also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
Peruna cures these cases simply because
It cures tho catarrh.
If you have catarrh write at once to
Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement
of your case, and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
MEXICO'S MARVELOUS CACTI.
Mexico has a cactus which grows
toothpicks: another, ribbed and thickly
set with toothspines, which furn'shes
the natives with combs; there is an
other cactus, the long curved spines of
which resembles fish hooks; there Is
another which is an almost perfect
imitation of a sea urchin; still another
resembles a porcupine; there is still
another covered with red hair which is
nickname J the 'red-headed" cactus.
A SOUTH
CAROLINA
LUMPKIN.
COLONEL
There is a very brave man in South
Carolina named Lumpk'u Colonel V.
W. Lumpkin. South Carolina may be
full of brave men. but Colonel Lump
kin leads all the rest by reason of his
announcement that lie will oppose, as
a candidate. Senator Tillman's return
to the L'nited States senate.
It 5s Interesting when father teils
the children of what a rake he used to
be, but mother's past isn't so interest
ing because she doesn't dare tell of
anything she ever did that was any
worse than whispering in school.
Atchison ;iobe.
Do You Know That
Milk Is the Cheapest
of Foods?
Cheaper even than bread and
it's just what is needed for a
mixed diet. It contains so much
"proteid" or muscle and tksue
building elements.
But it's almost impossible to get
pure milk.
Carnation
Cream
(Sterilized)
is evaporated and sterilized
every disease germ destroyed,
and the water taken out
that's alL
It's very rich in proteids and
butter-fat
can nuke deliciou. dihe of leftovers br
preparing them with Carnation Cream.
Southern California Hotels.
Hotel Lankershim
Seventh and Broadway
LOS ANGELES
Perfect appointments all modern
conveniences; courteous attention;
moderate prices. A hotel that ap
peals to people in quest 'of comfort
and luxury; new and beautifully
furnished 300 rooms, 160 baths. All
outside rooms. Hot and cold run
ning water, local and long distance
telephones In every room.
Special rates: Large, airy rooms,
$1.00 per day and up; with bath,
$1.50. European plan.
COOPER & DAVIS, Lessees.
Pasadena, Cal. ?a"ton
The Central hotel 2'.t K . Colo, st EU-r. lights,
Private Haths. Homelike. 60e,l.$l.M. Kuro.
plan. Mrs J. K, Clarke. 70c r'd trip all beaches
4- 4- 4-
Of Local Interest
SUIT FOR DIVORCE Suit for di
vorce was begun in the district court
yesterday by Mrs. L. N. Loeb on the
ground of failure to support. The de
fendant is a business man of Philadel
phia and is sa!d to be well to do.
DISTURBERS OF THE PEACE
Antonio Sanchez and Jesus Torres
were before Justice Burnett yesterday
for drunkenness and disturbance of
the peace. The former was sent to
Ja'l Tor seven days and the latter for
five days.
A SELLER OF SUGAR Kd sinw.
formerly Arizona representative of the I
Tillman Herulel company prior to the
withdrawal of that company f i om the
Arizona field, has been appointed sales
agent of the Eastern Sugar company
and has entered upon hi.s duties as
such. j
RAIN IN THE NORTH Incoming J
passengers from the north yesterday
afternoon say a good rain fell for a
considerable part of the journey from
Ash Foik and appearances along the
right-of-way showed that the precipi
tation had been going on for at least
the greater part of Tuesday.
THE BETTER FOR HIS TRIP
Sims Ely, private secretary to Govern
or Kibbey, returned yesterday morning
from a stay of several weeks In Cal
ifornia. The greater part of the time
was spent in Lake county. Mr. Ely
gained greatly In the bracing atmos
phere of northern California.
A SUDDEN ILLNES B. A. Hadsell
of Buckeye, arrived In the city yester
day, having received a telegram that
his wife, who is spending the summer
-at Hillside had been suddenly stricken
with illness and was not expected to
live. Mr. Hadsell lefi. for Hillside last
night.
CONDITION OF MR. WILSON
W. A. Wilson, who. it will be recalled,
was taken to the Sisters' hospital some
time ao for treatment of blood poison
ing following a very severe cut on the
foot, was yesterday reported to bu very
little improved. The poisoning has now
affected the muscles of the throat and
it is impossible for him to talk.
ASSESSOR SULLIVAN GOES
HOME I). J. Sullivan, assessor of
Yavapai county, who has been In
Phoenix in connection with the moot
ing of the territorial board of equal
ization, returned this morning to his
home In Prescott. Tuesday night he
went to Congress on a business ttip,
returning here yesterday afternoon.
A PRESCOTT FREIGHT HOUSE
Phoenix contractors have been asked to
submit bids for the construction of a
freight house at Prescott for the use
of the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix
road. The proposed building will be a
two-story bi :ck structure and will oc
cupy a site east of where the present
freight house at Prescott now stands.
DEPARTURE OF SUGAR COM
PANY OFFICIALS Theodore Hapke,
contractor for the (lendalp suijar fac
tory, left this morning over the Santa
Fe for Chicago, after a visit of a week
at the factory. He was accompanied
to the valley by Mr. Douglass, the sec
retary of the Eastern Sugar company,
who returned east with him.
ANTI-JOINTURE COMMITTEEMAN
It. A. Kirk, a member of the bi-partisan
statehood committee, who has
been in Phoenix for several days In
connection with the work of the com
mittee, left last evening for his home
at Bisbee. He will leturn to Phoenix
the latter part of the coming week,
when a second meeting of the full
committee will be held.
THE CUSTODIAN OF THE CAPI
TOL BUILDING In an article In The
rtepublican. regarding plants. Superin
tendent George H. Smith of the capitol
grounds was erroneously referred to as
"superintendent of the capitol building
anil grounds." As a matter of fact the
custodian of the building Is Captain A.
Ci. Stark, who has efficiently filled the
position Hnce the building was first
occupied.
THE COST OF "CUSSING" Chin 3
Hung, who was arrested a few days
ago on the complaint of a woman liv
ing In his neighborhood who said that
he had sworn at her and called her
names because she would not permit
h'm to chastise her small boy who had
been throwing rocks at him, was giv
en a tr'al yesterday in Justice John
stone's court. It was admitted that
Cliing Hung hail a grievance but it
was pointed out that he did not go!
about it in the right way to have it
redressed. He was fined $7.
DEATH OF FORMER PHOENICIAN
Word was received in Phoenix yes
terday by letter of the death some time
ago at Silve:- City, N. M-, of Tim
Welch, formerly a resident here. He
was a sufferer of tuberculosis. While
a resident of this city Mr. Welch was
associated with George Hagerman in
the plumbing business and made many
friends among the workingmen and
business men of this city by his fair
business dealings. ' He was a member
of the Catholic church, and during his
residence here was a regular attendant.
u
IMP OF INDIGESTION.
How to Get the Better of This Cause
of Misery.
A scientific writer upon stomach
troubles says: "If you have ever suf
fered from indigestion, and who has
not'.' your imagination has probably
pictured a feiociows little imp dancing
in the pit of your stomach, causing that
organ to neglect all of its duties, with
a result that is not only painful but
tills you with misery from day to day."
This writer certainly had suffered with
indigestion, for there is no more dis
agreeable, nerve-racking and sick-all-over
disease than indigestion.
A great many people who have been
treated for yeais for diseases of the
heart, liver or kidneys, when they used
Miona stomach tablets found that not
only did Miona cure the stomach dis
order, but it made them well all over
and the other troubles were also cuied.
If you suffer with nervousness,
sleeplessness, indigestion, sick or ner
vous headache, pains in the back or
sides, get a 50c box of Mi-o-na from
the Larson Drug Co. and take one of
the little tablets before each meal. It
will do you a world of good and you
will soon be well and free from Indi
gestion, and its symptoms. The Lar
son Drug Co. has so much faith in this
medicine that it gives an absolute
guarantee with every box. Ask them
to show you this guarantee.
j(d-2fci3 -s s - )orn
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A FEW OF TODAY'S SPECIALS AT THE
"CLEAN SHELF" SALE
MERCERIZED MULL.
One of tho prettiest fabrics made,
for lingerie waists or sheer, sum
mery undergarments, it's a tegular
-5c quality, but today's pi ice is
only
1 2kc Yd
LADIES' VESTS.
An extra goad quality 2ne ribbed
vest, pure white, taped neck and
armholes. All rlzes on sale today
at
2c Each
CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR.
law your choice or any i;.c -.est or
or l
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pants for children today at
"Ch-an-Shelf" juice of
15c Each
PORTIERES.
Just
a few pairs of $5.00 portieres
left.
You can use a pair at
today's special pi ice, can't you?
$2.55 Pr
LADIES' BELTS.
Here's a lot of ladies' belts, marked
:c, 11.00 ami J1.2o each white,
black, gold, sliver and several colors
among them. Made of silk, leather
and gold and silver braid. All one
today at
15c Each
HOSE SUPPORTERS.
"We have just received a fresh, new
lot of 50c hose supporters In all col
ors; made with belt and satin pad.
Just for today all sizes
40c Each
B
ARGAINS IN
FOR BOYS. FOR MISSES, FOR LADIES.
Tan kid and calf lace shoes, welted All 1.50 and 1.V5 oxfords, in sizes 11 $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 qualities of tan
soles, the kinds you priy $2.50 and (o 2 vH, b? on sae toJay at and black French kid in the lace
$3.00 for Clean-Shelf price today shoes only, with French heels. All
one pi ice today
$1.35 '-25 $1.95
LADIES- SLIPPERS. FOR LADIES. QUEEN QUALITY OXFOHDS.
C. r. Ford & Co.'s patent or black Queen Quality oxfords in any
A big lot of ladies' fancy slippers in Frpnoh kjJ mitary or F,.ench olher store and you'll pay $3 00 a
the small .sizes only. Regular $3.00 hwlsoxfordjJ only Worth pair. We will sell you any pair
and $3,50 qualities on sale today at Um Today.s price here today at
75c $1.95 $1-45
LADIES' OXFORDS. MEN'S OXFORDS. DOUGLAS SHOES.
Take your choice of these tan or The regular $2.00 quality, made of Tour chnlcP. ot any -0 or J4 il0
black doirgola oxfords in the $1.73 vici kid, with either the light or
or $2.00 qualities all sizes. To- heavy soles. All sizes. Today's Douglas low shoe today for
day's price price
$1.35 $1.45 $2-65
MEN'S SHOES. MEN'S LOW SHOES. MEN'S OXFORDS'
The Crown Shoe Co.'s famous
$3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 lace shoes of All $2.50 and $3.00 low shoes for "white House" oxfords for men.
fine vici kid, in every size. Take men's wear, made of vici and tan Made of tan calfskin hand welted
your choice today at the special calf patent leather, etc.; hand so,M ,arRt, eVeietS. and a regular
P'lce of sewed" Toda"s rlce $4.0o'quality. On sale today at
$2.65 $1.95 $2.15
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Pirk out any carpet or matting in
this store today at a reduction of
1
-4.
Off
PRINTED LAWNS.
j We've "Jjunrh-d" all our 7c and
8:';p printed dress lawns, and a few
j 10c ones, for quick selling today at
J the "Clean-Shelf" price of
Akc Yd
MEN'S SHIRTINGS.
A big variety of double-fold cheviot
shirtings in the 12ic and 15c quali-
1 ties. "Clean-Shelf j.iioe
9c Yd
TOWELLING.
One lot of linen glass toweling In
red and white or blue and white
checks. You pay 15c anywhere for
this quality. Sale price
9c Yd
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JEWELRY.
Hat pins, beauty pins, breast pins.
buckles, stick pins and all kinds of
fancy. Jewelry in the store at
EXACTLY HALF PRICE.
RIBBONS.
Another bisr lot of 4 and 5 inch
satin ribbon of various colors in the
25c and o5c qualities on sale
today at
10c Yd
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SWISS CURTAINS.
A good line of striped Swiss cur
tains here, ruffled and finished with
imitation tucks. Good aiue at
9"c and $1 a iair. Today's pi ice
59c Pr
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GINGHAMS.
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Take your choice of any lSie dres
ginghams in this store tuJay at the
"Clean-Shelf pike of
8c Yd
SILKOLINES.
If you're going to make up any com
forters this fall, lay In a supply of
silkoline now. All 15c ones on sale
today at
9c Yd
JAPANESE CREPE.
We have a lot of Jap. crepes here
for kimonos, d; aperies, etc. They
sell regularly at 25c a yard, but you
can buy all you want today at
lie Yd
DRESS LINENS.
An entire line of 25c and C5c nov
elty dress linens in various stylos
and color combinations on sale
price today
1 22c Yard
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
A big assortment of various width
embroideries and laces, priced ;5c,
35c and 4e a yard. Take your
choice oiav at
1 2kc Yd
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