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The Pioneer Journal S The Pioneer Journal - Locally unci E'JltorraHy the 4 a- Papei Sor the People Best Advertising Medium i Locally and Editorially the Pnpci for tho People Best Advertising Medium 2 -t Iiiclepeiadent in .All Tilings.55 VOL. XXVIIL YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1899. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BV .j. IV. SORRIWGTOS, lrop. SUBSCRIPTION. 5 ii- months - - - - - SI 00 One Year - - - 2 00 ADVERTISING RATES scadc known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona THE YUMA "B. It. US, PKOI'UiETOK. ALFALFA-FED BEEF, fresh from the lar-faniPtl meadow, of tho Salt River Vullay. Prices the LoAiest in Town. Free delivery to all parts of the city. MAIN STREET. YUMA, ARIZONA -rum nanrn s '"P on R,e at E c THIS rArCn Dake's Advertisin" Wncy, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, .San Francisco, California, where contracts tor advertising can bo made for lfc. OFFICIAL DIRF.CTORV. territorial omcens. . ... .N.O. MUUPHy GovnxM. s AKErl-? "3 ECU START yIl KK,.g aZ" &; wivr v. .".v.'.v.c f. ainsw hits 8rKVua Gekeral T. lSvBERTON SCPf. "T I'OBLIC lSSTRUCTlOS A. P. E5 Son. Ter iroRi Aii Prisox....HEKBLHT jjiiuwh rucsos laxd office. Elsal9T.r MILTON R. MOORE S::::: whs a. bowman cocnty orricr.Rs. Dibtrict J ome WEBSTER STREET CutRKor District Court ;-"G,U flRII1'v D u P.O. COTTER, Chairman: C. V. SurKunsoRS ' MEEDEN and T, W. UNDERIIILL. Clwlk of Board of SorEnTisoRS....W E MARVIN PROBATE JCDOE AXD SOFT. &CII00::t"MK SuERrrr.TAX Col'k akd Assessor.JOHN M S. I.t&h vnKK-SHEP.IFF. S. HAT -H DUTRIOT TIOfc.KT Treasurer Surveyor VOVXTI r'HVSICIAN.... Ct'O.NTT RKCOIIBBR C. L. B OWN ... D. Ii. DeV NE .W. II ELLIOTl' DK.OltEENLE .F ...W. MAitVIN PRECISCT OITICEKS. I U.M. THURLOW trt tho Ppj.ee i AND w. E. WE IS KING E It. ConUbles,H. McPUAUL wid JAMES -ION E.S. ( 51. J. NUGEFT Tte of Ynma School DisM I. I'OLUAMUS and UVER CITY OFFICERS, J. H. SIIANSSEY O. H. WILLIS BEN C. HEYL ROBERT TAPIA HARRY F. NEAHR. PEARCE EVANS GEO. DUKE Wit. E. VA'rVIN ' ' C. H. RUSE GEO WILDER Mayor OoisncUnieH ( City Attorney CI y itecorder.... A it elisor...... ... Trtasurer Marshal RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is opsn from 7 a. m. to 7 p. mm daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 A. M. and 6:00 to 7:00 p. m. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:20 p. M. West-bound mail closes at . . . 7:00 P. M. Aloney Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting Satardays, when it closes at 3 P. m. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail for Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Sundays and Wed days it 7 a. m., and arrives here Tuesdays and SaturdavB. Mail for Picapho, leaves daily at 7 a. m. R. H. CHANDLER. P. M. YU3IA LODGE, 0. 7, A. 0. U. W. Meotb every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Viating Brethren in good standing are in vited to attend. Yours in C. H. and P. F. G. Blaisdell, M. W. R. S. Hatch, R. "TTTRIOHT, JOHN B. ATTO UNEY-AT-LAW. (Office Molina Block.) yCUA, ... Arizona. rt WT H-- - , ".""SICIAN AND SurReon. Office in Goiider s Dms Store . -jyJOLLER, L. N., M. D. Physician and Surgeon. First Street, Near Main, iUMA - ARIZONA- T5ULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTOBNSy-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts Business promptly atteuded to. Office m ROO I 4.TH1BODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARSZ. JTALLIOTT, W..". OIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR. TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Yuma. A. T. Wanted-ftn Idea Swiss Protect your lnea: thpy may bring you wealth. Write J6HN WEUDEKBURN & CO.. Patent Attor neys, Wasblntrton, It. C, for their fl.BOO priso offer aad llat ot two hundred inventions wanted. ONE FOR A DOSE. Remove Pimples, Ftpvent BiliocsneBE, Purify the Blood, A mo'eraeiit of tho bowels each da? is ncR0Esar7 forhelth. They neither jrripe norgieken. To con Tlnce yon, we will mail eampw free, or full box for Xk SM b drajjr!st'. PR. e0ANKO CO- Pha, Pa. MEJT ARET ILLS' I City Meal Market DAVID BALZ. Prop. Whole'sale and Beta! I Dealer in-- I BEEF, MUTTON, FOHK, & mi I'M SAUSAGE. I Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. SI. -t3.2XI.. ft' Blacks ktiith and Wagon Maker Shnp on fain street. OPPOSITE PUBLIC SC IIOOL. Horse Shoeing a SjesieLv. .Mr. Doten ha? in connection with his shop :i fine Feed Yard for stock. PUBLIC QllIOTTO'i tTOEK lO It We Ctlllg, for t;ois that have the genuine ringia K3igh cla-i Orooe.ues we iret here, un surpassed both far and near 52 In Casnep .h)ous, they'r-3 a splendid snow, of firt-clas brands whene'er we g Of Shoes and Hats a. all asree, the choicest qualify here we C The purest bread and CakfsI 'twnuld seem, .I(hn (Jiiiotto's are iipi?mE 'E'ruc value in Wises, beyond compare, tirat-cla-'s Clothixg at price fain On every thing we can rely, that Jon:: Ghiotto does supplT Tlirec Hi-'ir SccIot5 of 2ns ittl i. and, :m line ;:s5 . tile its iotv t'ver Ttsriie. SiO PER ACHE. FERPETUALWATER RIGHT JND2R the celetrafed Mohawk Canal in the Celebrated Mohawk Valley. Each half sec tion has KOitTY ACKKS ALL LEVELED. FENCED AND'READY FOR FARMING. Inquire of .1. W. iJESil''I'ft', 1'um:t, Arizona, Or .GEORGE W. N HiTON, Moh.vwk, Yuma Co., Ariz. THE GEM, C, V, MEEDEN. PROP,, Main street, OiLoio WWE.UQUORS mi CIGARS EVERYTHING In vory rttepe' and POPULAR PRICES. We keep in ."took miuinp: location nrcices according to the latest Arizona law on the subject. ana SCIENTIFIC 24 Pages : WccHy : Elustrated. INDISPENSABLE TO MKENG MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. SZXD TOE. SAMPLE COPT. MMNG SdJatiflc PRESS 330 IIAETZT ST , SAI? rAITCKCO, CAL. WAH CHUNG New Restaurant on Main Street. Good Meais, 15 and 25c YUMA, ARIZONA. SAM LUNG Groceries, Dry. Goods, Fruit. Nuts and Candies. Cigars sind Tobacco. ButCcr and eggs. Low price. Main St. YTOA.-ABISOXa. I ! M Ml Mr . If R .-Si U H 1 M rs W H rv BJ - nfii vi fiir TTTk yv ! THIRTY-SETTE TSAR. J. i Dealer In J & 3, The Celebrated Eain Wagons, Buckeye Mowers, Tiger Hay Rakes, Ete., Etc. Sole agent for Yuma County" for Baker fe Hamilton, Loa Angeles. HAY AND GRAIN K Snuqht SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T. JOHN GHIOTTO, DEALER IN General Merchandise iJSy Stoclc oi 43r?cee-Ie! are AI. ways i-'resih unci ol'iHre 35es. 33 j Dry cls SJcpnrlrsjotut is GIVE b A CALL AK GIST JL'SilCES Before purchasincc elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED B YNE W ARRIVALS who claim to SELL CHEAPER. I Will Not Be Undersold, Cor. Main and Fourth Sts. JAC:UNN2,pr.p. FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS A.ND CIGARS KEPT TN STOCK. PRSVA7S GASD HSGV33. The only saloon in town where you can sit beneath the branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. O fi TnTn. MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ. "How to Cure all Sfcm Diseases." Siraplv apply "dWAYXK's Oixtjiext." No internal inediL'iac required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptiuiia on the faca, hands, nose, fie, leaving the skin cL:ur, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask our drusist for Swatnx's OismusT. MOHAWK Norton's Hotel, Staqe a fad Teielipone Lines FRQi MOHAWK TO THUS Kill ON S. P. KA1LIIOAD. Tlie 6lae leaves Mohawk for TVixas Iiill on Tuesdays, Thursdays nd Saturdays at. 6 o'clock a. m. rnd connects with the westbound passeng r train. Stage leaves Texas Hill for Mohawk at 9:30 a. ni. same days, on arrival of west bound passenger train. Parlies wanting teams to meet thorn on arrival of any train can tele phone for them. Their orders will be promptly attended to. Rigs fitted out. to take parties to the ditfeient mining camps on thf north side of the Gila River, King of Arizona Mines, the Oregonian Mines, Buena Vista and La Me-xicana Mines, Mohawk Coppar Mi ties, Ete-, Etc. Good Hotel accommodations at Mo hawk. Ferry across the Gila river. SEolm-wlr. Arizoun. The California Restaurant TOM QUONG,PropriBtof. Tho best 25c meal in lown. All the delicacies the market affords. Board by the week, $5.00. Private room's for Ladies. Poiilry,Oysiers,Fisii in and Game Saaionv HEE FONDEST WISH. a Thev were walking down Main Street, talking of old school days. The cider of the two wuuicn was entertaining the " fond, familiar friend '"" of her jrirlhoud. who had just arrived on a brief visit. The visitor had been t'o years married, and her whilom schc 1 friend had marveled at the change mar igc had vrought. The old, impulsive la. fn had given place to a sigh, the quick stt changed to a dragging- pace. The face was callow, the eyes were dull. Just then tneve passed them a comely woman with bright, healthy complexion, beaming eves, erect figure and elastic step. Health seemed to radiate from her with every movement. For the first time since her visit the interest of her guest seemed aroused, and as she turned her head to watch the retreating, figure, she cried in tones that camefrom the heart Oh! What would I not give to be like that woman. To have such a complexion, such brightness, such energy." "Well," said her companion, "You can have all that if you want it? " " If I want it! Why, health is the fondest wish of my life. I don't live now. I only exist. But what do you mean by saying I can be like that hearty, healthy, vigorous woman? It is impossible. She has something to draw on ; etamina, constitution, something that I am utterly deficient in. Kow I wish I were as she is." "My dear," said her friend, "if ' But to wish more virtue is to gain,' your wish has carried you one step toward the goal of health. But wishing must give place to will'ng before you can move far ther. My father had a cleik who was a poor penmm. One morning the mail brought a letter, written in the most per fect commercial hand. The clerk said to my father, "How I wish I could write like that. I'd give a hundred dollars to be able to do it." "You can do it," wao the answer, " but not by wishing. You must will to do it and work to do it. Take this letter, copy it as fairly as you can once every day for three months. xVt the end of that time you will be as perfect a pen man as the man who wrote this letter." And he was. Now let me tell you THAT WOMAN'S STORY. She had three children in the first three years of her married life, and at the end of that time she was nothing but a wreck. She had severe trouble with the womb, which caused her agony, her nerves were shattered, she lost flesh, her rounded cheeks fell in, her eye grew dull, she could barely drag herself about. "And how did she recover?" the guest broke in eagerlj-. "Did you ever hear of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Discov ery ? ' " " Why, they are patent medicines, aren't the3'? " was the reply of the visitor. " Of course they are," was the response. " Do you know of anything of gr2- public utility that is not patented?" "You came here in a patented Pullman Car. You sit in a patent rocker. You wear a patent safety hook. I see, to .hold up your dress, and yet object to p'atent medicine. In everything else a patent is an -honor. It puts the government back of the thing patented. It guarantees the public protection from fraudulent imitation of valuable articles. Why should not a gov ernment patent be a veritable badge of honor to a medicine? It really is. A patent is really a crown of merit which the gov ernment awards to the skill, patience, labor and thought that enrich the world with a new commodity or a new device. Every patent medic.ne begins with a formula that is common propertj. It is the skill to com bine, the discovery of one more needed ingredient, the exact relation of the remedy to tne needs of the body that lifts it out of the common formula and gives it a claim to be honored by a patent." " But do ycu really mean to say that Dr. Pierce's medicines made her A PERFECrLY WELL WOMAN?" "I mean to say just that," was the answer. " She had tried everything. Her local doctors had experimented with her. She was broken in health and bankrupt in hope. Then, when calling on a friend, she happened to pick up a copy of Dr. Pierce's great medical book, the Common Sense Medical Adviser." Turning over the pages idly she read passages that impressed her with the pr& tical common sense of the views advanced. She discovered that she had been at var with nature and must be reconciled. . . . But not to prolong the story, it led to her taking Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Discovery,' and the result is what yon see." fn the Probate Court of tho Connty of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of W. H. Hal- bert, deceased. Upon reading and filing tho report and petition of J. D. Bell, administrator of the estate of V. II. Halbert, deceased, show ing that the time for presenting creditors' claims has expired and that the said estate is insolvent, and praying among other things that an order of sale do issue au thorizing said administrator to sell the in terest of said estate in the following Quartz Lode Mining Claims for the purpose of paying the costs of administration and closing the same, towit: An undivided half interest in the Eureka mining claim, situated in the King of Ari zona mining district, in Yuma county. Also an undivided one-third interest in the Daisy Dolores Gold Quartz Mining Claim, situate in the La Paz Mining Dis trict, in SRid County of this Territory. it is heroby ordered that Wednesday, the 3Lst day of May, A. D. 1890, at the hour of 10 a. m. o'clock of said day. at the Court room of this Court in the Court house of the County of Yuma, be and the same is herebv appointed the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where all persons interested may appear and show cause, if any there be, why said petition should not be granted. And it ia further ordered that a copy of this order be posted by the Clerk of this Court at three public places in the.said County, one of which places shall be at the Court house door ot this Court and pub lished in the Arizosa Silvtisel newspaper four successive weeks nest precceding the day of hearing vaid petition. Witness my hand this 2nd day of May, A. D., 1899. A. FRANK, Judge. Attest with the seal of said Court this 2nd day of May, A. 2). 1S99. (bsal) A. FHANlv, Clerk Probate Court, Yuma County, A. T. j First pub. Ma?tVtS!. &" 0FFIC1AL1IH0TES Of the Proceedings of Board of Supervis ors of Yuma Countj ...Arizona. Ofj-ick ok the -Board ovScjper-) visors of Yuma Conntv, A. T.. . Yuma,-May 13th, 1899. ) Board met pursuant to special call May 13th A. D: 1S99, at 10 o'clock a. m. Roll called. Present, Chairman P. G. Cotter, Supervisor C. V. Meeden, District Attorney C. L. Brown and Clerk; absent Supervisor T. W. Underbill. On motion of Chairman P. G. '"'otter, seconded by Supervisor C. V. Meeden, it is ordered that John M. Speese be and he is hereby ap pointed assessor for Ynma County for the year beginning January 1, 1899, and ending December 31st, 1S99, and that the amount of his bond shall be $5000. Motion carried aud clerk is hereby directed to notify him of his ap pointment. On motion Board adjourns. Attest, P. G. Cotter, W. E. Marvin, Chairman. Clerk, Board of Supervisors C. V. Meeden, Supervisor, T.W.Underhill, Supervisor. By F. A vila, Deputy. -a . A Porto Eico Wedding. S In view of the fact that Porto lioo now belongs to the Unittd States, and of the further fact that come of the many Westerners goint! there may fall in love and want to get married the description of- a wedding service, from the pen of R. H. Murch, a Burlingarne boy in fie United States Signal Service, cannot fail of attracting interest his letter being dated at Coamo, Porto Rico, April 1, and addressed to "The Pmrlingame Knterpris-"; "While in charge of the office at Fajardo I had the good fortune to witness a Por o Rican wedding. It was amusing in the extreme, but, being the only American present, I tried to uphold the dignity of the country by not committing any rash act. Of course, it waj in the church, and they were married by a Catholic priest, so we went early, so as to get a seat in the front row. I want to remark hero that the church was decern ted far more beautifully than I have ever seen one in Ame.ica. But you don't have tropical flowers there. In probably half an hour after we had got comfortably seated every one commenced to talk, and in no low and musictl voice, either. "Wonder ing what it wa3 all about, I looked around and saw the bridegroom coming up the aisle, flanked on either side by a row of altar boys bearing torches. He advanced to the priest, and irusied lately was surrounded by the torchbearers. Then the priest opened the Bible and read a verse in Spanish he couldn't read anything else after which he offered up a prayer. ''The bridegroom then went out some place. I never knew just where, but he disappeared. All eyes were again turned, toward tho door. This time it -was the bride, but with her father only. And such a vision of loveliness was never before beheld in Porto Rico. She' was not more than seventeen, but might easily have been taken for twenty-three by a person not used to the tropics. With head erect, she walked with unfaltering step straight forward, her left hand grasping her lather's arm. Two pretty little girls carried the train of her robe, which was enough to make an American girl's heart beat quickly, not costing a cent less than a thousand. About the same cere mony was gone through, except that the father mean manwalk ed away and left the poor girl stand- "After reading out of the I Bible tllJU l lllitlC IM1CI, OI1C ICJt fllOU. J 'Pk., ru- tu:,1 n L nng a large amount of attention, it, commotion, and they came together, h;w , ' i , ,' J. b 'like copper, having risen m price I when the same performance was tQ a int ft repented, after which everybody vf -.. r left the church for the home of the! bridegroom. Here the Jues said a; few words, and they were Mr. and j Mrs. Antonio Barcelo. Now, im-! agine great big, grown mon hugging and kissing each other. That's! what they did. Well, the bride is! not allowed out of the house for j eight long day?, but what that is, done for I couid not learn. Asked j two or three, and they shrugged ! their shoulders and simply said, " Yo no se," or "I cannot tell you." ! uno very etrange thing is that when a man marries he takes for his "extra" or ''other name" that of his mother-in-law. Isn't that horrible, boys-? For instance, John Jones marries Mrs. Maria Hayseed's daughter his name forever will be "John Jones Maria." Kansas City Journal. "Myself-mid Uott." The poem that Captain Coghlan of the Raleigh recently recited, to tho displeasure of the kaiser, "My self und Gott," was written by a newspaper man formerly of this city; whose name was Gordon. He was a fellow of infinite parts, had graduated at Oxford and possessed much knowledge of newspaper work. Gordon did not hit it off in this city at first to any extent. He came here and found no opening; so he went to the then proprietors of The Herald and proposed to lake the vork of both the telegraph editor mil the proof reader for one man's pay. The two men were discharg cd and Gordon was given theclouble duty. It must be admitted that he hiied the place very well, much to the disgust of the rest of the news paper workers, who wero hoping that he would "fall down." He kept up his end so well, in fact, that a conspiraey was hatched for his undoing. A purse of $12 was made up and the strongest headed and btomaehed man on tho paper was induced to take tl e money and get Gordon on a drinking match, so that he would be un tble to do his work, with tho hope that this would lead to the reinstatement of the two nv n whose positions he had usurp ed. A man was selected who had had a large and qaried experience in drinking, and he easily got Gordon to go out early in the after noon and take a drink. The boys watched them go out with glee, for their champion had the reputation of being able to hold more liquor and carry it better than any two men in town. The hour of going to work approached and Gordon did not show up, and then hope resolved itself into certainty, which was again transfo -med into panic as, just a little late, Gordon have in sight, slightly flushed, but still steady and composed. He set to work, edited all of the telegraph and read all of the proof, and when he got "30" put on his hat, got up and asked the crowd out to have a nightcap. No one felt cheery enough to accept, and a ytareh psrly was! sent out for the office champion. He was found in the bac' room of a saloon, dead to tho world, his -f 12 gone, and all the money ha had been able to borrow dorine theluust'' 51ua "u 'w oi mon.wno afternoon gone with it down Gov- jarG )aid a bonu? for "eing.idle. don's throat. The latter next day JThat witness can' win an eternal asked after his companion of the day jPlace in esteem of mankind if" before with a sardonic smile, and j he Sive lbe s'eeret awa7- seemed unduly elated when he wasj i " " told that the poor fellow was in the; r, T" r" " ' - ' hands of a doctor, as he had indi- j fh f lhe ,CR"W. , cations of the presence iu his room nftl are.not ,in raach th j of red, white and blue hippopotami setting up $12 drinks to animated tanks.dressed in top boots and pink I parasoJs. No more plots were put upon Gordon, who held hisdnal place as long as he wanted it, and then drifted away to win renown as the author of a poem that has set. the kaiser by the ears and almost; involved in discord two great- na- j tions. Gordon drifted to Canada, ! served on the Herabl of Montreal, ; where he died a short . time ago. Otheman Stevens . in h. A. IltraH ' Mop.s money is being invested in mo i,uppei uuijiug iiuiusiry mis , ' , yciu mm. iu any naif uoaen pre- ; yjQg ygop- J. c" Zinc also Js attrnci- APURS CRAPS CRI4M OP TARTAR POVOSX 'FJ1WLHB Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baking Powders containing alum. Tliey are injurious to health. i Soma Mean 5fen. "The meanest man lever knew," said tha short passenger, "was a fellow who got a football and paint-, edit to look lite a watermelon.. Then during the summer months he kept it conspicuously displayed in kis-back yard and amused him ssli getting a savage bulldog on hungry people who happened to take a faney to thebus melsn." "He certainly had his mean points," said the tall passengerx "but I know a fellow who could give him a discount and. then beat him at his own game. I wa3 in a re staurant once where this fellow waq getting his dinner. After he had finished he called the waiter who had served him and asked: " 'How much do you get for a lipj as a rule?' . . "The waiter's eyes sparkled; ha rubbed his hands together, and re plied: . . "Well, sab, we gin'ally gits at least a quatah, but sometimes nice, genteel, pro3perous-lookin' gem mans like you gives us 50 cents.' "Then what did this fellow do but put on his hat and say: , "Thanks" I merely wanted .to know how much I was going to b ah end by not givingyou anything." 5 Chicago News. Its Glorjr Departed. "The Arizona Jiepublican" ha? issued a 'spring edition" of itself at its office, iu Phoenix, Arizona. The edition is of twenty-foar pages and of ten thousand copies. We learn many things from an editorial headed "The Arizona of To-day." We are disappointed to learn that, there is no longer a West euch-as we dreamed of in. boj'heod. , The state of affairs in Phoenix is appall ing to the romantic. "The Ilpubli can" says: - ... "Phoenix ia so ? peaceable that three policemen suffice tor its 15, 000 inhabitants. The average eitizen of Phoenix is as much ..t his ease in evening dress as i3 the box-frequenter of the Metropolitan Opera Haue." j Ichabodl The giory is departed, from Phoenix! The Hartford (Con.) O our ant. A witness wboappeared the other da' before the Washington Indus trial Commission, which ia making. BrVFJlWLHft an inquiry into the operation of " y9 6 ls , .luafc ly are "ou ie"mR aB tr,pieal grSSS gr0W Under tbir feet L. A. Express. iYiiiiions- Bear tesiiwoav to the . Superior Quality cf Overalls aiarf Spring Boittmis Pants ant! other Riveted Ctetiitag rinnufaciurea b LEV! STRAUSS & CO SAN PrtfhZiSCxi. CAL' $ Best fratsb-aect Fit-Best Lic'ls EVERY GAJtMSRT Cl&UWSTit!.'