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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observation* taken at Los Angeles May 9. 1891: j Ther. RH'i " 5(T 85 02 74 NWl 1 W I 8 a. m. p. m.i Max. tern., 70: mill. tern.. 54. NEWS NOTES. Rev. Dr. Chichester's Sunday evening sermons, on the Lord's Prayer, are drawing large audiences. Alfonso Piri and Angelo Piri, two na tives of Italy, were yesterday permitted by Judge McKinley to assume the privileges of citizenship. There are undelivered messages at the Western Union telegraph office, Court and Main streets, May Oth, for Mrs. Berry, S. A. Corbitt, Juana, H. W. Chase. Trades Unions and Their Relation to the Labor Problem will be the subject of an address to be delivered by H. H. Hutchison today at 3 p.m., in Temper ance temple. All invited. There will be a grand picnic to day, May 10th, at the ! Main-street gar dens, given by the Danish Society Dana. Two prizes for the best waltzers. Don't fail to attend. Admission 25 cents. Rev. A. C. Smither, pastor Temple street Christian church, will preach at 11 a. m. upon God's Care for His Children; at 7:30 p. m. upon the Fall of Babylon. The public are invited. Thomas Robinson, aged 36, and a na tive of Mississippi, was yesterday granted a license to marry Alice Hatch er, aged 34, and a native of Tennessee. Both parties are now residents of Los Angeles. A. E. Brooke Ridley, agent of the Ed ißon Electric Light company, who re cently visited Los Angeles, has secured the contract of furnishing an electric light plant for the Arcadia hotel at Santa Monica. The Apollo club will be entertained by the Oxymel club tomorrow evening, at the residence of Major Klokke, cor ner of Figueroa and Twenty-first streets. Subject for discussion: Apollo Myth. Programme is to begin promptly at 8 o'clock. The ladies of the Y. M. C.A. auxiliary are working unceasingly to make the children's opera, Golden Hair and the Three Bears a brilliant society event. The Lullaby and Coronation scenes will be especially beautiful, while the three bears will supply the comedy element. General McCook and Governor Mark ham will be tendered a dinner on next Tuesday evening at the California club, by a number of citizens, regardless of politics. Mayor Hazard, General E. P. Johnson and Jay Hunter have the matter in hand and expect to make it a sump tuous affair. The committee appointed by the cham ber of commerce on Friday night to ob tain members for the chamber of com merce, consisting of Messrs. Hazard, McGowan, Howard and Mosher, went to work yesterday with such vigor, that in a canvass of only a small part of Spring street, they obtained sixty new mem bers, besides several cash subscriptions and renewals from delinquent members. They encountered but one or two kick ers, and it is estimated that their work was worth $350, or thereabouts, to the chamber. Ladies, if you have any spots on your dresses, or anything to be cleaned by the dry process, before spoiling it your self call at E. Deste's, 320 West Second street. San Diego and Coronado excursion leaves Saturday at 8:15 a.m. Round trip only $5. Tickets good returning Sunday or Monday following. On sale at city.office, 129 North Spring street and Santa Fe depot. _ 2t The German-American Savings bank, 114 South Main street, compounds inter est quarterly to its depositors. Five per cent interest on term deposits. A Trip to Hawaii. Health-giving, charming, cheap ; $125 round trip. H. B. Rice, agent, 124 West Second street. A suit of clothes can be selected from the largest stock in the city, made up in the latest style, and fit guaranteed, by B. Sens & tSon, No. 213 South Spring street, Hollenbeck block. K. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care lully drawn. 125 West Second. Telephone 720. G. G. Johnson, Notary Public, has removed to 1 ill N. Spring st. Al ways in. PERSONAL. Louis Weinmann of San Francisco is a guest at the Hotel Hollenbeck. T. G. Putman from Denver, Colorado, has rooms at the Hollenbeck hotel. E. D. Goodrich of New York, spend ing a few days in the city, is at the Hol lenbeck. Mr. P. P. Frasier, of Australia, is in the city for a few days, and is a guest at the Nadeau. Chas. E. Baker, Boston, and Chas. R. Melander. San Francisco, are at the Ho tel Hollenbeck. E. B. Rambo, accompanied by Miss Rambo, of San Francisco, is stopping at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dargin, of Dallas, Texas, were among the arrivals at the Nadeau yesterday. Prof. A. Cuyas has recovered from his recent severe illness, aud has resumed charge of his classes. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flint of San Juan are in the city for a few days, and are located at the Nadeau. Frank Palmer, of Sacramento, is a guest at the Nadeau. Mr. Palmer ar rived yesterday, and will be in the city for some days. Dr. J. M. McComas, of Missouri, brother of Assistant District Attorney C. C. McComas, is in the city, and will probably remain here. Mr. T. G. Putnam, of The Needles, Cal., and Henry Mathay, manager of the Temescal tin mines, of South River side, are guests of the Hollenbeck hotel. Harry C. Wyatt, the genial lessee and manager of the New Los Angeles theater, will arrive from the north today. He has been in San Francisco for over a week with E. J. Baldwin, on very im portant theatrical business. Frank C. returned from a two months' visit to Canada and the principal eastern cities, where he has been on a business trip. He says he is glad to return to the Angelic City, which eclipses all places he has seen since he left the southern metropolis. Ex-Sheriff Truman C. Allen and wife, of Henderson county, 111., arrived here last Friday, and are guests of his sister, Mrs. H. L. Kendall, 2914 Maple avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Morshead, Santa Rosa; J. S. Boreman, Ogden, Utah, and B. B Busch, Kansas City, of Train Bros.' company, have rooms at the Hollenbeck hotel. One of the largest of the Raymond ex cursions of the season arrived in the city on Friday and are located at the Na deau, where they will remain until to morrow afternoon. There are sixty-five in the party. THE BUILDING BOOM. A FEW FACTS INDICATIVE OF ITS PROGRESS. A Partial List of What Is Being Done—A Number of Notable Buildings Under Way. Those who think that Los Angeles is dead, or that, as a northern paper re cently expressed it, "she is sitting in the ashes of her former greatness, mourn ing the departure of her vanished boom," should be compelled to look a few facts squarely in the face. Take the one fact of the amount of building now going on within the city limits, and an effectual reply is furnished the ones who charge Los Angeles with standing still. Nearly all the prominent architects of the city have several fine residences in course of construction under their super vision, and the numerous business blocks in process of erection in the cen ter of town speak for themselves. On Spring street, between First and Second, Messrs. Preston & Van Trees are erecting the Somers block, which will be a $20,000 building, brick and iron, three stories in height. On the block above, R. B. Young is erecting another large brick block,while across the street the same architect is making improvements in the building owned by Mr. Brodie, which will cost $9000. Still going south we come to the Mul ler property, at Fourth street and Broad way, where a two-story brick block is in course of construction which will have three large stores on the ground floor and devote the upper story to offices. Mr Young is also the architect of this building. On Prospect avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets, H. Flatau is having built for him a fine residence designed by Messrs. Preston it Van Trees. In this quarter of the city Architect Bradbeer has been remarkably busy of late. He has furnished designs for the $7000 lesidence of A. S. Robins, on Pearl street, between Ninth and Tenth streets ; also for a home for \V. H. Griffin on Grand avenue, near Twentieth street. Up in the Harper tract, at Adams and Hoover streets, he has also a $7000 house in course of construction for Mr. Miller, and has just completed improvements on the Baker residence that cost $3000. On Figueroa street, near Adams, the foundations have just been laid for a magnificent stone residence, which Ar chitect 0. H. Brown is constructing for Mr. Stimson. Turning eastward on Adams street, and the newly-completed residence of J. D. Hooker is found. This is a mag nificent building, constructed in the old colonial style of architecture, with a columned portico in front and a roomy and artistic porte cochere at the side. At Central avenue and Little Rock street A. G. Newton has instructed Architect Bradbeer to construct a $6000 residence, which is rapidly nearing com pletion. A. D. Childress has likewise author ized Architect Young to build him a tasteful residence on East Washington street, for which he will sign a check for $5000 shortly. J. B, Lankershim, at Seventh and Alameda streets, will soon have a brick block costing $40,000, which will be used by the Pacific Fruit company. R. B. Young is the architect. The Los Angeles cracker factory, a brick structure costing $9000, is also a new building, having been completed only a short time. Another business block is the one now being put up by Mr. McClain, on East First street, which will cost, when com pleted, $4500. In addition to these rather large un dertakings, the Hkkald reporter who gathered the above facts, found a total of ninety-eight small residences and nine small stores, all frame buildings, in various stages of construction within the city limits. These were divided among the different quarters of the city as follows: Or the total of 107 new buildings, the district lying south of First and west of Main streets claims 35; south of First and east of Main, 20; east of Main and north of First, 25; west of Main and north of First, 27. Probably a third of these buildings are nearly completed, but work is going on rapidly on all of them. These figures, it must be remembered, are not complete, inasmuch as there are distant parts of the city which the re porter did not visit, and yet which are doubtless the scene of building opera tions. SHE WAS POISONED. But the Jury Find She Administered the Drug Herself. Coroner Weldou yesterday held an inquest in the case of the colored woman who died on Friday at the Buena Vista house. It was at first suspected by some of her friends that she had been poisoned in order to keep her from giving damaging testimony at an arson trial soon to come off, but this theory was not sustained at the inquisition. After examining a number of witnesses and hearing the report of the physicians who made the post mortem, ihe jury rendered a verdict to the effect that the woman, Mrs. Maggie Fingers, aged about 22, came to her death from an overdose of morphine, administered by her own hands, but whether accidentally or with suicidal intent is not stated in the findings of the jury. If Yon Feel Dry Ring up the California Wine Company, tele phone 110, and order a dozen of Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the best bottled beer in the mar ket, or leave orders at 22.4 S. Spring st. Ice! Ice! Ice! Order your Ice today from the Citizen's Ice company; telephone to No 808, or drop a pos tal card to Citizen's Ice Company, Center and Turner streets. Choice Fruits—Finest Cherries. Handled by Althouse Bros. Telephone 157. . New shapes again pouring In the millinery department from New York, at the New York Bazaar, 143 North Spring street. D. Felix, who keeos the Gem sample rooms, can always be found at No. 143 S. Broadway, near Second St. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1891. FEATURES OF THE CHURCH SER VICES FOR TODAY. Dootrines Which Will Be Expounded this Morning-East Side Churches. News Notes. Or. J. S. Thompson preaches this morning in the Church of the Unity upon Genius and Education. In the evening there is to be a service also, at which the doctor will repeat his lecture upon Immigration, Suffrage and Educa tion. The evening service is unusual, and is held by request of a large num ber of Dr. Thompson's friends and ad mirer*. Dr. Russell will hold his usual ser vices at the First Presbyterian church today i The sermon by the young assist ant pastor last Sunday evening was greatly appreciated by the congregation, and it is hoped that he will preach of tener. Rev. J. F. Collins, of the Third Con gregational church, preaches as usual this morning. In the evening he gives one of his popular lectures. This time it is to young women, he having lectured the young men last week. The choir at this church has been organized into a society for the study and practice of vocal music. The society meets Satur day evenings. Rev. W. J. Chichester will preach both morning and evening at the Iramanoel Presbyterian church. The evening ser mon will be the third of the series of sermons on the Lord's Prayer. The two previous sermons have attracted large audiences. The 4 o'clock meeting at the Y. M. C. A. this afternoon will be addressed by several members of tire devotional com mittee of tiic association. The usual song service will be held at a quarter before 4. The ladies' auxiliary meet tomorrow afternoon at half-past 2 o'clock. EAST SIDE CHURCHES. Dr. Pendleton has just returned from his trip to the Baptist state convention at Santa Cruz, and will occupy the pul pit of the East Side Baptist church to day. His morning sermon will be upon the Ascension, and in the evening he will give his second lecture upon the history of Jonah. At the Asbury Methodist church Dr. P. Bresee pr%aches in the morning upon The Mourner Blessed, and in the even ing upon My Vision of the Hyena. This church held a very successful entertain ment on Friday evening, the proceeds of which were divided between the mission in Happy Valley and the Sunday school. The proceeds were something phenom enal. At the Epiphanyjchapel Rev. Kienzele administers holy communion at 7:30 a.m.; at 11 he preaches upon Hebrews xiii :14, and in the evening he lectures upon Gustavus Adolphus and the Thirty Years' War. The usual morning and evening ser vices take place at the Congregational and Presbyterian churches. NOTKS. The Baldwin children will sing Good Night at the evening service of the Simpson Memorial tabernacle. Rev. Will A. Knighten preaches both morn ing and evening. The gospel tent, corner of Fourth and Los Angeles street, holds services all day today under the leadership of Mrs. L. J. Sims. * The Free Methodist church building on Fifth street is completed, and the temporary tent has been taken down. The building will be used today for the first time. At St. Vincent's church, corner of Grand avenue and Washington street, the choir will render the following pro gramme at the high mass this morning : Vidi Aq.uam Palestrina; Kyrie and Gloria, from Schubert's Mass in F; Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei, from Gounod's Third Mass. The offertory will be sung by Miss Katherine Kimball, who will sing Franz Abt's Aye Maria, and Dr. J. W. Jauch, Angellotti's Veni Creator. The services begin at 10 o'clock. The cathedral music today at 10 a.m. is Misa Pro Pace, complete, by Theo Yon La Hache. Soloists, Misses Bur dick, Appel, Nash, O'Kane, Mrs. Gard ner and Messrs. Joseph F. Nuelle, J. R. Logic and N. Laub. A. C. Gardner, organist. The Holiness camp meeting at Ninth a.id Los Angeles streets is still in pro gress, and holds all-day meetings today. The worst attacks of indigestion Simmons Liver Regulator never falls to relieve. I can, will, and do teach advanced, double entry bookkeeping in six weeks. Tan, expert, 233 West First. Prof. T). Morgensteln, Late of New York And Denver, Colorado, has taken rooms at Ham mam Baths. 230 South Main street. Office hours from !) to 4p. m. Calls by appointment. Telephone, 374. pi? PRICE'S V DELICIOUS Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla -\ O f perfect purity. Lemon -I Of great strength. Orange — > j? oonom yln their use Almond - , Rose etCifl F lavor as delicately And dellclously as the fresh fruit. D EI N T I ST R V ! |^ DRS. POLLOCK Sc TUDOR, The Loading Dentists, are now permanently at? extensive business, Porcelain ' ""' AIX WOBK OUABANTEED, BKMBMBKK THE PLACE, 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SCHUMACHER BLOCK. 2-24-3 m PULPIT AND PEW. FRISCO'S GUN PLAY. It Would Not Work With Police Officer Craig. J. Frisco was arrested and locked up at the station at 0:15 yesterday after noon on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, the complaining witness being Police Officer Jack Craig. Craig was walking his beat as usual, and in the course of his rounds dropped into the saloon at the corner of Ord and New High streets, as is his custom, to see what was going on, this being oue of the favorite resorts of a certain class in whom the officer is especially interested. Craig himself says that he has made no less than seven arrests in that saloon within a short interval of weeks. When he stepped inside the door yesterday he says that the first thing he beard was an order from the barkeeper for him to leave. Craig replied that he had a right there, and would enter when lie chose, whereupon Frisco jumped behind the bar and got a big revolver, which he seemed in a fair way to lire at the officer, when the latter nabbed him. He was brought to the station and the charge as stated entered against him. This is the second time within a fort night that an officer has been assaulted in that locality during the day time, C. A. Kent having just been held to an swer for taking a shot at Officer Valen cia only a short time ago. BAD ECZEMA ON BABY. Dead One Solid Sore. Itching Awful. Had to Tie His Hands to Cradle. Cured by Cuticura. Our little l>oy broke out on his head with * bad form of eczema, when he was four month* old. We tried three doctors-, but they did not help him We then used you* three Cuticura Remedies, and after using then eleven weeks exactly according to directions, h* began to steadily improve, and after the use of them for seven months his head was entirely well. When we began using it his head was a solid sore from the crown to his eyebrows. It was all over his ears, most of his faoe, and small places li* different parts of his body. There were sixteea weeks that we had to keep bis hands tied to the cradle and hold them when he was taken up; and had to keep mittens tied on his hands to keep his finger nails-out of the sores; as he would scratch if he could ln any way get his hands loose. We know your Cuti cura Remedies cured him We feel safe in recommending them to others. GEO. H. AND JANKTTA HARRIS, Webster, Ind. Cutrionra Resolvent. The new Blood and Skin Purifier, and great est of Humor Remedies, cleanses the blood of all impurities and poisonous elements, and thus removes the cause, while Cuticura, the great skin cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquis ite skin beautilier, clear the skin and scalp, and restore the hair. Thus the Cuticura Remedies cure every, species of itching, burning, scaly, pimply and blotchy skin, scalp and blood dis eases, from pimples to scrofula, from infancy to age, when the best physicians fail. Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c; Soap, 25c; Resolvent, SI. Prepared by the Potter Druu and Chemical Corporation, Bos ion, Mass. £!JsT~Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." 04 pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials, DM BV'Q Skin and Scalp purified and beautified DHD I v by Cuticura soap. Absolutely pure. PAINS ANIJ> WEAKNESSES <i| H ~>i females instantly relieved by that elegant, ami infallible Antidote to Pain, Inflammation and Weakness, the Cuticura AaAi-rain Plaster. DR. WONG HIM. "TMIE FIRBT CHINESE PHYSICIAN TO X practice bis profession in tnls city was Dr. WONG HIM. Has practiced here for sixteen (16) years, and his cures and successful treat ment of complicated diseases is proof of his ability. He belongs to the sixth generation of doctors in his family. A trial will convince vpu. OFFICE: 039 Upper Main st. P.O. box 504, Station C, Los Angeles, Cal. TO THE PUBLIC: DR. WONG HIM, 639 Upper Main st., has cured my mother of the typhoid fever in the short time&f one week,and has left her entirely well, and also has cu< ed me of a tumor I had on my left side. After suffer ing for a long time and receiving no benefit from otheis, I concluded to try the above gentleman (Dr. Wong Him), who has left me entirely well, and now I feel it my duty to testify in his be half I wish to recommend bin to the public as an efficient and skillful physician. Miss CARRIE PEREIRA and MRS. D. C. PEREIRA, 550 Gariardo St., Los Angeles, Cal February 21,1891. TO THE PUBLIC. I take this opportunity of highly recommend ing Dr. Wong Mini's abilities as a physician to all who have any diseases, especially those whose complaints resist the treatment of other physicians. For two months I suffered from impure blood and disordered stomach, together with a sore lip which failed to heal, and was finally per suaded to call and see Dr. Wong Him at his of Deo, 639 Upper Main street. I had a consulta tion, and after an examination of my pulse he gave me a powder for my lips and medicine in ternally, and said he would cure me in one week or ten days, and at the expiration of that time declined to give me any more medicine, because I was cured, which statement I fully endorse, for I have not been so well for a long time. JOSEPH R. DUBBB, February 25,1891. Los Angeles, Cal. Orifieial Surgery Skillfully performed, li sures marvelously bril liant successes In the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES! By this work as a basis, four-fifths of the cases abandoned as incurable can be easily, surely and permanently relieved. Piles, Fistula, Fissure, Ulcers, all Rectal Dis eases, also Private Diseases and Diseases pecul iar to Women successfuHy treated by the latest approved methods, making a cure easy, certain and almost painless. Treatment free to.the;very poor on Saturdays, from 2 to 4 p. m. Refers to pationts cured in this city. Names furnished at office. Hours. 10 a. m. to 4p. m. W. C. HARRISON, M. D , 4-ltj-lm 337 N. Main Bt., Los Angeles, Cal. RUSSIAN KUMYSS, IMPROVED, Will Keep for Weeks With out Ice. PRICE REDUCED —TO SH .50 PER DOZEN. 5c A GLASS MANUFACTURED BY C. LAUX, DRUGGIST, 4-25-lin South Spring St. PEOPILE'S Sunday, May io, 1891. WE AIM TO PLEASE. The duty of a merchant is. to aim to please his customers; one that does not may as well sell oat and go away. In this era of competition when prices sneak, and ln thundering tones too, it requires not alone prices way down to bed rock, but it noedj courteous treatment and obliging maunera to Hold trade. There Is no place where this is more truly practiced than at our establishment. We insist on and iustruct our salespeople to extend to our pations every known favor, be I. large or small. Prices with us, you know, »re at-this time even lower than usual. Our blir San Francisco company's store, that needs tons of money and train-loads of goods, has forced us to relinquish some of our possessions at prices that did not return to us the cost. Yet we are happy— happy to know that one call has been responded to with that alacrity that always has signalized our herald of a sale whorein we made good the promises we advertised ' Tomorrow, again, the sale goes on; new things take tho place of gone ones: better values will outshine the old ones- Come and see. Piles upon piles of under values await your view. Cotae ln sure. WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A GRAND DAY MONDAY. Navy Blue Sateens, Soudan Novelties, French Percales, Stffl a yard., a yard. 6%c a yard. The greatest bargain on The latest cotton fabric; Yard wide, extra choice de earth. signs; worth 12^c. ( Ladies' Lisle Gloves, Embroideries,, Wool De Beige Suitings, 9c a yard. 10c a yard. 12>sc a yard, In all sizes; one of the best You ought to sec these;'cheap We've only a few; when sold, gloves made at 25c. at 28c a yard. you can't replace them at 20c. Wool Challies, Silk Veilings, Ladies' Night Robes, 12Kcayard. sc. 25c each. Handsome patterns; always Every shade and pure silt; Handsomely made, full length, sold at 25c. worth 15c a yard. and worth 00c. Ladies' Skirts, Misses' Corsets, Ladies' Ribbed Vests, 75c. 49c. 15c. As rich as you've ever seen; Our 11 health corset goes for Kxtra nno silk finished; we've worth up to $1.50 ea. 49c. sold 'em at 250. Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Embroidered Hdkfs, |Embroidery Flounetngs, 2Kc each. 10c. 49* a yard. In neat, pretty borders, and You'll find this the best bar Full 44 in. deep, heavy work, worth (l'4c each. gain on earth: worth 250. and w»rth 9Hc. Silk Mitts, Driving Gloves, Striped Wf»l Suitings,. 15c a pair. 4»c. 10c a yard. A new lot: pure spun sill*," all Ladies' gauntlets, soft kid, The latest effects: were bought sizes; worth 30c. ami worth 90c. to sell at 20e. Turkey Red Cloth, Polka Det Flannels, De Orient Challies. 5c a yard. 12%e. 7Mc. Warranted fast'eolors, and The latest out 1 ; were intended You must see them to appro worth 10c a yard. for 25c o>yard. elate; worth lf.c » yd. Bath Towels, Ladies'Tafta Silk Gloves Blk Enib. Flonnclngs, 10c. 15c a pair. 65c a yard. Bleached or unbleached, and In black or colors, and we've The latest novelty, 45 Inches chekp at 20c. sold'em at 35c. deep; worth 11. Velvet Facings, Dotted Silk Dress Net, Colored Silk Crepes, I6e a piece. $1 a yard. 25c a yard. In lengths of 3 yards; the In cream or white, pure silk; All shades and extra fine; latest fabric worth $2.50. worth 45c. Linen Table Covers, Henrietta Cloth, Plaid Wool Suitings, 75eeack. 15c a yard. 25c. Handsomely finished, 2 yards Double-fold, all shades; usu- These are regular 50c goods, long, and worth $1.25. ally 25c. and worth it. AH-wool Striped Dress Blk an* White Serges, Satin Ribbons, Goods, 25e. 49c a yard. 2e a yard. All new shades, rich fabric; Warranted.aU waol and new In ten yard pieces; all cheap at 50c. designs. shades. Fancy Neck Ribbons, Boys' Jumpers, Men's British Socks, lOe a yard. 15c. 10c a pair. Alt pretty shades; you've al- Made cheviot, fast colors; Seamless, and sold elsewhere ways paid 25e a yard. worth 35c. at 25c a pair. Boys'' Bleated Waists, Boys' Knee Pants, Boys' Long Pants, 25c. 25c. 49c. White shirt waists, nicely An exceptional bargain,well Best ever made for every day pleated; worth 50c. made; worth 50c. wear, and worth 95c. Children's Hose, Boys' Stockings, Infants' Black Hose, 5e a pair. iv,,e ;i pair. 12>ic. In solid color ribbed, and In gray mixed, sizes 7 to 8)4 Our fast black 25c stocking worth and worth 10c. for 12% c. Ladies' Hose, Ladies' Btack.Hose, Boys' Suits, The a pair. 25c. $1.50. Boot'style, with black Hennlch toppers; fast blk, Made of gray flannel, and feet. and worth 45c. worth $2.75. Grand Slaughter Sale of Boys' Youths' and Men's Straw Hats. Boys' Chip Bats, Boys' Straw Hats, Men's Straw Hats, 5c each. 15c. 25c. Good to knock about Natural straw standard shape; Our 50c hat, in several in. worth 35c. styles. Men's Crush Hats, Boys' Black Straw Hats, Men's Bl'k A White Hats, 25c. 49c. 69c. In soft felt; were always This same hat sells all over With the Foster lace; in sold at 75c. al SI. tended for $1.25. Don't Overlook Our Shoe Dep't. We are Going to give you a Picnic in Shoes. Infants' Half Shoes, Children's Shoes, Misses' Shoes, 25c a pair. 75c. f 1.25 a pair. In button, lace or congress; A splendid grain shoe; In grain or kid, worked but worth 75c. worth $1.50. ton holes; worth |2.25. Ladies' Oxford Shoes, Boys' Calf Shoes, Ladies' Kid Shoes, 69c. $1.39. $1.39. You'll never get another You'll get a genuine $2.25 ;We promise you as good as bargain like it. shoe for SI .39. you'll ever buy at $2.25. Men's Calf Shoes, Ladies' Slippers, Misses' Russett Shoes,, 91.69. 49c. $1.25 a pair. Solid leather throughout; best A neat kid toe slipper; were No shoe in this city at $2.25 $2.50 shoe in this city. sold at $1. its equal. Clothing—A Gigantic Clothing Sale. We are anxious for you to see our Bargains. Men's Suits, Satin Sun Shades, Black Wool Jerseys, $6.95 and $7.95. 98c. 69c. The values without a compari- We are offering $2.75 sun- Remember they are all wool, son; don't miss these bargains shades, comprising every Lp even size, tailor made; You'll never get another color for 98c; you can't do we intended them to be chance like It. them Justice till you see 'em sold at Sl. Drugs. Household Goods. Notions and Stationery. Read our List Carefully. It's Interesting. Thinm. Vnn Need Every Day American pins, per paper. lUe Ta Na Chinese cream cam- Tnlngs ™ v N eea * * y " Tracing wheels, steel, £eh 5c phor, per box 5c , , . ~„„ „„ Fancy garter web, per yd 5c 3wan Down face powder, Japanese lamp shades... be spoon shaped corset steels 10c per box 9c Embossed dining cups.. 5c Cabinet hair pins, per box 2We 2 grain quinine Coffee pots, good size .. 10c playing cards, per deck.. So pills, per doz ... 10c Towel racks, J arms. .... lOe limed writing paper, per Warner's safe pills, pr bx. 12U'c Lemon squeezers, glass or B i^ o Imported wood nail brsh's 5c , w° oU : "■•«:irlS Bill stickers mucilage, per Chloride of lime,large hot. 10c ?, el, r e S*S,% nB i^? T ,V. in" bottle 4c Williams'genuine Yankee " am^°, £ , rt' 2-foot boxwood ruleß .... 10c shaving soap 10c Crandall's soe size build- Smoked eye glasses 10c P. 8. chemical olive soap, _ bIw J"„V,'-„'„W' "n^ 10 cakes for... 25c Teaspoons, retinned, per Saponaceous tooth powder aoz per box 15c A. HAMBURGER 6c SONS.