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LOS ANGELES AT ATLANTA
The County at tbe Cotton States
Exposition
MEN WHO ACTED PROMPTLY
Energy aid the Chicago Spirit of Enter*
prise Win
The Advertisement to Be Read by the Very
Class This County NeeJ» as Immi
grants-Work Not Completed
The six counties constituting Southern
California bave the reputation of being
persistent and judicious advertisers, and
they have enjoyed tin's reputation for
many years. Aa a result, Southern Cali
fornia is—Southern California, the
favored portion of a favored state.
Some months a?o it was known that
there was to be a cotton states and inter
national exposiion at Atlanta to be
opened September ISth and to close De
cember 31st. Quite recently active work
was commenced which had for its object
the proper representation of Cos Angeles
county at the Georgian capital. This
required money and the chamber of com
merce undertook to raise the necessary
funds and to collect, arrange, ship and
install the exhibits that wero to exem
plify this county's greatness. Secretary
C. Dwieht Willard and Superintendent
Frank Wiggins, with other gentlemen,
planned a campaign of action, and al
most before the masses of the people knew
it the sum needed was subscribed. En
ergy, the Chicago spirit of enterprije,
had won another victory. The men
whose bands are ever upon the edge of
the universe to bend it if need he to
their indomitaDle will, had scored an
other triumph, and I.WOO or $6000, the es
timated cost of a Eos Angeles county ex
hibit at Atlanta, was in hand or subject
to call.
A few men had quickly appreciated the
fact that the cotton states and interna
tional exposition was not to be a local or
provincial affair; that it had received
the indorsement of the United States
government; that it had also received
the endorsement of the legislatures and
principal commercial bodies of all the
southern states; that very many foreign
countries would have exhibits there, and
that owing to its location, the advertise
ment of Los Angeles county would be
seen and read by just tbe people that
could, and probably would, be tbe very
class this country needed as immigrants.
A few men discerned all of tbis, and
promptly did what was necessary in the
case, and gave the movement their mora
support and financial backing.
For tbe lirst time the names of the
public spirited men are made public.
'Those who helped to make the Los An
/eles county exhibit at Atlanta a success,
together witb the amouuts subscibed, are
as follows:
R. H. Howell, J. Bixby <t Co., Los An
geles Consolidated Electric company,
$200 each; W. B. Cline, president Light
ing company; W. B. Cline,president Elec
tric company, Clark & Bryan, J. D.Bick
nell, A. C. Bilicke, J. M. Griffith. Stim
son Mill company, Biinn Lumber com
pany. First National bank, Farmers and
Merchants bank, A. Glassell, I. N. Van
Nuya, T. D. Stimson, O. T. Johnson.
Lacy Oil company, Boston Dry Goods
house, City Water company, $100 each;
Hawley, King it Co., I. A. Lothian, Los
Angeles Savings bank, State Loan and
Trust, National Bank of California, Los
Angeles National bank, F. W. Braun,
Easton, Elaridge et Co., Grider et Bow,
Ayleswortn it Haskell, J. D. Hooker, J.
S. Slauson, Banning Bros.. Craig, Stuart
<fc Co.. Simon Maier, Haas, Baruch As Co.,
Graves, O'Melveny it Shankland, Kerck
boff, Ctizner Co., Ferry Lumber com
pany, Westminster hotel, Los Angeles
Furniture company, Union Hardware
and Metal, Maier it Zobelein Hotel Na
deau, J. B. Lankershim, $30 each; Main
Street Savings bank. Southern California
Savings bank, Security Savings bank,
Union Bank of Savings, Columbia Sav
ings bank. J. T. Sneward, Coulter Dry
Goods bouse, Jacoby Bros., H. Jevne, J.
K. Newberry, Anderson it Chanslor, Em
pire laundry, Mathews A- Bosbyshell, C.
F. A. Last, Harrison & Dickson,Hayden,
Lewis <fc Co., Mullen, Bluett <fc Co., H.
Newmark it Co., Title insurance and
'Trust company, William Garland <fe Co.,
Harper, Reynolds company, M. A. New
mark Co., Capitol Milling company, Los
Angeles Soap company, Southern Cali
fornia Cracker company. W. C. Patterson,
$25 each; Sirason Hack company, Guar
antee Abstract company,W. H. Workman,
Johnson-Keeney company, Southern Cali
fornia Furniture company, $10 each.
The above subscriptions represent an
aggregate of $4230, to which should be
added the sum of $1250 which was voted
by the county supervisors, and the sum
Of $467 which comes from a former ex
hibit fund, making a grand total of
$5067.
It is only fair to tbe county and all
concerned to state that the work is not
yet completed, there being a numuer of
individuals and linns doing business in
the city who have not been called upon,
and no contributions at all have been rc
eieved yet from the outside sections of
the county.
A FATAL ACCIDENT
A Boy Run Over by a Runaway Team
and Killed
Stanley Lotspeioh, the 10-year-old son
of O. Lotspeich, of S.J South Flower
street, was run over at the corner of
Seventh and Olive streets about noon
yesterday by a runaway team attached
to a dirt wagon, receiving injuries from
which he died between 5 and (i o'clock
last evening. Tbe lad intended going
up town to see tho circus parade, and the
delivery wagon of the grocery being at
tbe house, the boy got in and started
away. At tne corner of Seventh and
Olive be saw the runaway team headed
for the wagon in which ho was riding,
and being a very nervous child, jumped
out of the vehicle, falling face downward
directly in front of the"runaway team.
The horses shied to one side, * but the
heavy wagon passed over the boy's body
at the Bmall of the back, breaking the
spinal column and causing internal in
juries wihch resulted fatally, as above
stated, some hours later. The boy was
conscious up to within a few minutes of
bis death, and fuliy realized his con
dition. His only wish was to be taken
home where he could see his playmates
before be died.
Today's Concert at Santa Monica
By lha supero Los Angeles military band :
March, The Honeymoon, Rosev.
Overture, La Gaza Ladra, Rossini.
Waltz, Baden Baden, Bosquet.
Potpourri, This and That, Beyer.
Selection from Pirates of Penzance
Sullivan.
Sextette from Lucia, Donizetti.
Descriptive, Mill in the Forest, Eilen
berg.
Gavotte, Forget Me Not, Giess.
Overture, Harnionie, Mendelssohn.
Hash, Douglas.
Selection, La Favorita. Donizetti.
Lancers, Our Parmer, Weingarten.
We will run a special service of fast
trains. Time table in this paper. South
ern Pacific's round trip, 50 conts.
Big Stock of Aluminum
Wars just received at till a Broadway, to bs
laid stent prices.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTELY PURE
ON THE ALPINE DIVISION
Evergreen Foliate Below, a Deep Blue Sky
Above
The Alpine division of the Mount Lowe
railway is now attracting a great deal of
attention. It is like sailing in mid air
to glide along that granite shelf caived
out of the cliffs and crags which form the
ribs of Los Flores, Millard and Grand
canyons. On the one hand yon can toss
a rook into the tops of century old pines,
whose mingled branches carpet ths bot
tom of the gorge witn evergreen foliage.
On the other hand you look upward to
Alpine peaks piercing a sky of deepest
blue deriving its deep color trom an
ozone-laden atmosphere.
At the terminus of this wonderful road
which coils along the mountain side till
the passenger reaches an altitude of SuOO
feet above tbe sea, a regiment of work
men are engaged in building a rustic
structure of striking architecture, which
will be concealed in the heart of the
range, at the loot of Mount Lowe, whose
summit rises majestically above it 10(10
feet higher.
No spot could be more beautiful and
romantic than the shady glen chosen.
Groves of oak trees, now ioadeci wilii
acorns, are grouped in clumps so dense
that tbe sunshine cannot filter through
the thick foliage. At lreqeunt intervals
the columns of giant pinej ascend like
spires, thrusting their branches hori
zontally fifty or sixty feet from the stem,
or curving downward from the weight of
many winters' snow.
It is an ideal spot for a club bouse, and
Professor Lowe has received the hearty
and enthusiastic congratulations of all
the members of the Alpine, cluD, who
have visited tbe beautiful spot. A carri
age road will soon be constructed to a
point at the summit ol the range, half a
mile distant, which overlooks the Echo
Mountain house and all the San Gubricl
valley and ocean beyond. In the winter
merry sleigh bells will make the ecnoes
of the mountain fastnesses.
SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
The First fleeting of the Season Promises
flack
The first meeting for the season of 1595
-96 of the Southern California Science
association will be held at the chamber of
commerce hall, corner of Fourth street
and Broadway, on the evening of Tues
day, September, 19th, at Bp. m. After
tbe transaction of formal business tbe
association will be favorsd with an ad
dress entitled, A Decade of Progress in
Applied Electricity, by Professor Leo
Daft.
Professor Raft is a member of the
American Institute of Electrical Engi
neers, and also a member of the inter
national conference ot electricians, and
as may be judged from this, is eminently,
quilihed to treat his subject in a mastsrly
manner. The professor, it is said, will
bring to hisaid in illustrating his lecture
the very latest 'electrical devices and ap
pliances, by which be will demonstrate
the more recent discoveries. A full at
tendance is expected.
King's Daughters
At the monthly meeting of tbe King's
Daughters yesterday afternoon there was
much interest evinced la the many re
ports read jby the respective secretaries
of the city circles. The day nursery has
cared for nearly 300 children during the
month of August.
The home recently opened by the new
Rescue circle reported one returned to
her people cured of the morphine habit,
employment found for one and four in
mates at the home.
The annual assembly was the all ab
sorbing topic ot aiscussion after the re
ports were disposed of. It will be held
in this city October .Mb, at tbe First Bap
tist church. Members of the order in
Southern California are cordially invited
and expected to give a condenseu account
of work done daring the past year.
The Best Medicine for Diarrhea
Mr. Cooper of this place had been
troubled with diarrhoea for torse or four
weeks and failed to get anything tlint
would check it effectually, until he used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy, two doses of which
effected a complete cure. He says it is
the best medicine he ever saw for such
cases. Also that he had given it to sev
eral families and they always praised it.
—K. L. Andrea & Bro., Sandy Flats,
Greenville county, S. 0. For sale by Off
& Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; C. F.
Heinzeraan, 222 North Main street.
Mrs. Shepard, wife of the prominent
grain merchant, T. A. Sbeppard of Tu
lare, with her children have returned
home after a month s visit to her aunt,
Mrs. H. C. Thomas, and Mrs. J. H. de
la Monte.
Southern California will be represented
in the tennis tournament at San Rafael
next week by Miss Marion Jones of Santa
Monica tbe champion ladies' singles
player of Southern California.
There are telegrams for the following
persons at the Western Union Telegraph
company's office in this city: Ada R.
Hawkins, W JA. Haymaker, J. D. Bus
nett, Mrs. May Alo.d.
Overland Route via the Northern Pacific
Railroad
After a winter spent In Southern California
nothing Is more desirabie for the tourist than
to return eait via the Shasta route and North
ern Pacific railroad. The Yellowstone Park
and .lining Car line. All trains vestibuled.
Tourist cars elegantly upholstered. Scenery
unsurpassed. Weather cool and delightful.
Send 6 cents in stamps for Illustrated book,
Sketches in Wonderland, .'or information
communicate with John Clark. S. Spring
st . Los Angeles, or T. K. staieler, (JenT Agt .
038 Market St ~ San Francisco.
LOS HNC6LES THEHTER jg M ; Woon^essee.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Sept. 13 and 14
audran's— ••To a crntt
Beautiful Comic Opera L4U 1 L.
Under (he personal direction of Mr. C. MODINI-WOOD. Grand Scenic Effects. 180 Ktw
tnd Elegant Costumes.
Cast Includes
Mile. Isidora Martinez as "Bettina"
Misses Anna Simpson, B?rnfce Holmes, Emma Bensen, Maude Friel, Dalton aud Brown;
Messrs. Geo. A. Dalton. Fred W.Huntley. Fred It. Sullivan, Clarence W. Cook, Ludwlg
Semler and a strong chorus.
POPULAR PRICES: $1, 75c. 50c and 25c. Beats on sale Thursday. Sept. 12.
EDWARD NITTINGER
Business Chances. Employment. Help Free.
Established in 1880.
Has 37 Opportunities to Offer.
414 1-2 South Broadway
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY ITORiNTNiG, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895.
L. A. TRACTION COMPANY
Will Extend Their Present Terminus to
Uuiversity Station
Work to Be Commenced Tomorrow end Pushed
to Immediate Completion—Route to
Be Followed ia Extension
Mr. W. S. Hook of the Los Angeles
Traction company, received a Herald re
porter most courteously yesterday after
noon in his spacious and well-appointed
office in the power house on Georgia Bell
street, and in reply to a question as to
any improvements or extension of lines,
he replied with a smile, "we are not
ready yet to say what we are going to do,
we expect to do a good many things in
Los Angeles, for we have come to stay,
and all we can get we shall have. We
have many plans noth in tho way of im
provement and extension but they have
no. gat progressed far enough to zay any
thing definite, beyond tbe fact that we
shall commence work Monday in extend
ing our present terminus to the Univer
sity station."
Here Mr. Hook referred to a map on
the wall which showed the course of the
extension to be as follows: From Free
man street, the present terminus, along
Hoover to Forrester avenue thence along j
Forrester avenue and along Vermont av
enue to the University station.
"It is impossible to say just wben this
work will he completed," continued Mr.
Hook, "it will depend somewhat on the
arrival of the steel rails that have already
been ordered, but we intend to give facil
ities in transportation that w.Il induce
improvements In tbe other roads to com
pete with us." And Mr. Hook's expres
sion was significant of not only an inten
tion to carry his words into effect, but of
having the means within his grasp to dv
so. There are already eight of the large
cats In use on the road and six of tbe
smaller ones; tbero are six more cars
here to be put on as soon as the travel
makes it necessary, and by the way it is
continually increasing the reserve
will be brought into requisition very
shortly. 'The accommodations in the
power house are sufficient for a large
amount of rolling stocit and a turn-table
on wheels in the center facilitates the
handling of the cars.
The Capital Capital
If possible the Capital of yesterday was
brighter than usual. The half-tone pic
tures of Miss Hobart and Mr. Leister are
decidedly tbe best yet published. There
is considerable local matter of interest
this week and it looks as if the paper is
enlarging its scope.
Do you drink'. I —lf so, tryManitou min
eral water. 11. Jevne, grocer, agent.
The Alpine division of the Mount Lowe
railway is now open from Echo mountain
to slount Lowe springs, among tbe fra
grant and shady pine:., covering the
grandest of all mountain, canyon and val
ley scenery. Tbis section is a mile longer
than the entire Mou.it Washington rail
way.with fares at only one-third tbe cost.
Weekly or monthly guests at Echo Moon
tain bouse will receive a rebate of all
Mount Lowe railway fares. Hates as low
as any other like accommodations. See
Mount Lowe railway time table tbis
paper.
RUPTURE
To the people who are suffering from
rupture. Professor Joseph Fandry, for
merly of Berlin. Germany, now of Santa
Barbara, is a practical rupture specialist
und truss manufacturer. Information
free whereby you can be oured. Those
having tried all kintls of patent trusses
and found no relief, also bave given up
all hope, to those people i am calling
their attention, and especially ask them
to send me their addresses.
See change of time table Terminal rail
way.
THE HAT
♦ ON +
YOUR HEAD
Ought to be a Good Hat. It
don't cost Much to Wear a
Good Stylish Hat.
$2.50
IS ENOUGH
SIEGEL
Under Nadeau Ho-el
[ I I Season is here and with it we are prepared to show you in our thirty-five departments of our
I 4 I I mammoth store all the latest styles in high-class merchandise here and arriving daily by the
mm carloads from the best makers of the globe at our usual Popular Prices.
Capes Capes Boys' Clothing Shoes Blankets
They are bete from the artistic de- Schooldays are near, vacation oyer, "Hamburger" on a shoe signifies Pc-haps these last few cool evenings
be clotUed - We standard ol m.fit. By giving Style tt " d mornings reminded you some
iracK eariy oner a lew special .pc provide for them as usual and to what forcibly that your bed-covering
c.als for Monoay. merit your trade for the season offer and quality at correct prices we shoe *•* not what it ought to have been.
i ci. I. r:..~.,~ ft*.... ... r«n»« .1- >'<> j Yoi needed more covering! Too
Latest Style aerman Beaver Capes , Nea< check the multituds. cold , Wa9n , t ,„ Hero arß a - few %ug .
Full width, velvet collar, well tin- * . . . mmM ri „„„ n ,. cu„-, gestions from a purchase of 1000
ished, black and navy, at $5.50. and fancy casslmere suit which Ladles Fine Dongola Shoes pair, of Blankets with a saving of
„ , - *OOla he good value st $2.00 for UdlSl' tine Dongola button shoe, one fourth in price.
Boucle Double Cape 11.88 „ ew razof , ve ry dressy, $3. Blanket, 7sV . n „W
The fad of the season,33 inches long, _ , Blankets, 75c a pair
well trimmed, value $10, but sold A Sample of School Suits Ladies' French Kid Shoes Grey Camel's Hair Blankets two
only Monday at $7.30. ,„ ~„„,. „. , whion roa woa , d Wright & Peter's Ladies' French Kid ami one-half yards long.
Boucle Satin-Stltched Upper and buy regularly at $1.00 to $5.00, while Shoes.cloth top.narrow square toe,s4. B | anketSt $1>25 „ pair
Lower Capes maSe'the price Eoo*° " } '° U ' Ladies' French Dongola Buttons 10-4 Grey Wesse, medium weight;
Trimmed all over, extra full, * ' ' The new Tokio toe, hand-turned, a value $1.75 per pair,
beauty, foi $12.50, on sale Monday at strictly dressy shoe, $5. R1m1...*.. n
$10. Boys' Tan Casslmere Suits Blankets, 51.50 a pair
Pinch Casta* r, . i»■ j . Cloth Top Lace Shoes Extra large and heavy Russian
Plush Capes Regular dnst-hiders extra pair Wrj n &.,., c| , h Tv Blankets, grey.
Something new Thibet or marline pants: price or jacket and two pairs Shoes, rszor toe, low-cut, effect en- Rhnl( „ t . „ „
trimmed, 22 inches long, early sea- of pants, $0,00. tireiv n>-w $5. - Blankets, $2.75 a pair
son price, $10. ' ' An extrB Hl)e Grpy vfool Blanket
Plush Fancy Braided Capes Dark Double-Breasted Reefer Suits The Newest Thing in Oxfords two and one-half yards long; fancy
Latest design, silk lined all through, Mohair binding and bras, button,, fAiM heel "$6 Leather Rl.nla'J"'«-> ,
a choice offering at $12.50. very natty. Price, $3.50. lolclo .\\. heel, $6. Blankets, $2 a pair
. c ~ _ . „. r . , - . ... Misses* Dull Dongola Extra heavy Fleece Wool Blanket,
A Special Beauty Pin-Clieck Gray Tweed Suit Dugan 4 Hudson's Misses Dull Don- v i •> white with pink and
Plush capes, trimmed all over with .lust Ihe thing for rough and tumble gola "Ironclads," patent tip, sizes 11 blue borders,
jet a sightly garment which you we ar. Price, $4.00. to $2.50. Blankets, $3.50 a Dair
will pay $25 for in a cloak hoc.se; our . ,
special price, $15. Qrev Brown Hair-Line Suits Hisses' Calf Ironclads The Princess Anne Blanket, white
„...-„ ' , . Dugan & Hudson's Misses Calf VPS* "' oo1 ' unshrinkable; worth
Plush Capes A fine assortment of grey brown "Ironclads," self-tip sizes 11 to 2U
Extra length, genuine Walker plush, hair line stripe, a high grade of $a.70. ' Blankets, $4.50 a pair
swell collar.nicely trimmed; you can- cheviot tor $1.50.
net tell it from s $80 garment * Thibet Youths' Calf Ironclads Oregon City Woolen Hills celebrated
trimmed, silk serge lined, 30 incbos Roys' Knee Pants Dugan ci Hudson's Voutbs' Call ml!]} "; 00 " — '•"
long, pr.ee $15. ooys "Ironclads," lace and button, sizes , . „ c ". l,jm ', la ' , " or \ e Be ?,°' n » un "
Of all wool Cheviot at SOc, 75c and ll to 2 $2. less bearing that brand on ticket.
Jackets $100, _ ._,. , , . Blankets, $5 a pair
Just a few manufacturers' samples ls °y s Calf Ironclads . ■"
which we have just received, and BoyS'Calico Waists and Blouses Dugan A: Hudson's Boys' Calf "Iron- size and superhne quality in
offer jpecial, regardless of value. clads," lace or button, sizes 2U to y f rWr-' lor * Bankets; also a
In light and dark colors, 25c. *U $2.50 purr California white Blanket, 11-4
A Long Beaver Coat * in size, best quality of yarn used
Applique straps and collar, entirely Hother's Friend Youths' Satin Calf Lace and shrunk bctore blanket is woven
new style; value $18; price $10. Never rip waist bands, all styles at Or button, self-tipped, sizes 11 to 2, Blankets, $6 50 a pair
Tan Coats 500. $1.75. , Those substantial blankets, tho
Seal ed g e..f.ncy braided large pearl Boys . Schoo , Cap 9 Dull Dongola Ironclads used'tS' extra sizVa'iui
buttons, suk faced; suit and cloak ' F Dugan & Hudson's Dull Dongola weight. h
houses quote them at $30; our price In dark grey, brown and blue, 2oc. "Ironclads " self-tipned, to 10',, R |.- n |," t „ «, en
$15. /-J ' Blankets, 5-7.50 a pair
Full Length Beaver Coat ml ££^ m , cho o. wear 75c Dv " D °"* ol > "™ clads hSnUm.!
Fifly-one-inch Astrachan trimmed correct style ror scnooi wear, 7oc. Kupan & Hutlsorl - a Dull Dongola st.iped borders,
bottom, collar and cuffs, very large b..,., c„™j.,, "Ironclads," self-tipped, sizes 6to S, cv . -,„;..
sleeves, worth $35 on sale Monday B °y s Suspenders H.SB. Blankets, S>B a pa.r
at $15. Embroidered web wire buckles, 10c. infants' I* T randn, n™™i. An ?*.K a O'-mlity of Medioated Red
_ . ._ „ iniants J. cc I. Cousins Dongola wool Blankets, full large size.
Scarfs and Collars Patent tip, hand-turned soles, sizes 2 Ri.nt-ts «o aiaH ..„,.,.„ 1, »„ *,„
Just received, a large assortment of Rxtra t0 85 co,lts - ne? nnir "Pwards to $20
scarfs and collars in coney, mink, Infnntc' Rrltrht nnno-nla q„it„„ " " a r
seal and Thibets, from $1 to $20. m ., u , . , Infants Bright Dongola Button The choicest of California Blankets.
Witb the puichase of erery suit we Self-tipped, sizes 2to 5J<, 75 cents. no better than these made In any
It will be to your interest to visit tnis present a Bro Wn ie lunch basket, _, , T r . Rllttnn part of the world; purest and tincs't
department early for choicest selec- latest Bell rolling hoop or an lm- 1 »sses lan tioat Button of shrunk and grass-bleached woolen
tions. ported harmonica. Tip of same, sizes to 2, $1.50. yarn.
Dress Goods and Silks
We place this ad. in the center of our space thoroughly aware of the fact that this department will be the center of
attraction the coming week. Manufacturers from all over the world claim the output this year is more beautiful than
ever known in the history of trade. Our Silks come from all points of the globe, and the Novelty Silks we quote at
sroc, 75c, 11. $1.25 and 12 include every weave, style and shade known in up-to-date Silks.
Novelty Dress Goods
All simply grand beyond conception, and the goods we offer at 3sc, SOc, 75c, $1 and $\fo per yard you would
certainly imagine worth double.
Black Dress Goods
A grand Monday Special in this department, 50c and 6>c. Good value at 15c and %\.
Peoples a. Hamburger & Sons
The Dictators pf Low Prices
Drug Dep't Millinery Corsets Down Stairs
If you have a good complexion, pre- Remember our grand onening in this Every woman in America wants a cor- Salesroom
serve it. If you have a poor one, department takes place Septembei . ~,„+ , - t t „
improve it. If you would be beauti- 10th, 20th and 21st, when we shall sa 11131 ls ) u * l aaa P tea 10 ncr rorm. Will sparkle this week with great at
lu, use Anitas Cream. Price, 500. display the grandest creations of the That's so, isn't it ? We've been telling tractions in new household goods at
1 » Cle-iIP Face Cream SOc old and new worlds. In the mean- Y ou for some time to come and have one trade winning prices.
La cigaie race wream, out time we are showing our new styles -, .CJ rt ... ,
A perfectly harmless liquid face in untrimmed felt hats, bicycle of our expert fitters fit you with a certain Lamps
powder. delightfully perfumed; hats, etc., and solicit your inspection, corset we hay that is made for the Handsomely decorated Vase Lamps,
white, flesh. particular purpose of fitting your form, D burner and 10-inch dome shade, all
Hance's Cold Cream. 20c a Jar Kid Gloves won'thave to be made over or altered at jffijj|?*?« nl U.Bo! VM
A soothing cerate for irritated akin. ~ i t i, : t rj _ ht : n every particular .
T«ll*tW«»a* en. Why we keep our salespeople busy ''"' 't s just ngni in every particular, lMmps
Toilet Water, 50C al l ( , ay in thiB dopaftment ,„ „% the price included. But that is not of as H decorated center draft Va«.
Eight ounce nettles of pure Violet guarantee fit, style and quality, while much importance as your comfort. Lamp. 75 candle standard 10-
Water or Verbena Toilet the lowest. That , s the ' secret of „ feet form> inch P domeThade aOTirnl?.",, $2.50
Cucumber Cream, 50c - quality considered value; sale price $2.
You have just returned from the . Her Majesty's Corset, Lamps
beach and your outing, you are in La mazeno, $1.5U pair tntt»«.ao vw-.i »i.i.,i «.„i t »• ji
?b c e ed f°ace 8 ,'S- bUI, °"' °' 8 " 5 tt'ta'd "wiU, SfflSa? Sg»
b J the Princess of Wales and white cone shade com
even better than the rarest of soaps. expert fitters; cleaned and Kept in Company, London, fcng., best on every f».«»i f*.uw.
_ , c . . ~ - repair free of charge until worn out; form and under all circumstances, ail Jelly Glasses
Don t Scratch-Use iaellOll all sizes color, and black with steel, fuilv shaped bones; wherever a For one more week will continue to
That wonderful liquid preparation fancy colored stitching,. steel, Iv y s pea , sell 1-3 pint tin top Jelly Glasses at 2
of tnat eminent physician, Dr. Hart- form is needed tor a corset to tit, tier cents each,
man of New York. It is a destroyer La Cigale Gloves, $ 1.00 pair Majesty's Corset makes that form. n«. u . r.«4-n«
of fleas and mosquitos. Price, 25c p, . .a.. , , . . „ salt and 1 epper Castor
bottle. Perfect fit ing, four large buttons. 22 Corsets, $3 to $6 Colored glasses and neat nickel
v or 5-book lacing gloves; fitted by ex- stand 25
PeODle'S StOre Cut RateS Ct^nS!',:^' n 'i,T.nd The highest grade Of French Corset Q la ssware'Dep't-Water 5et.,51.1 5
r*.U|ri». 3 oi«s w wiaa bntle green. imported into this country. The best of six eng.aved glasses, half-gallon
Hood's Sarsaparilla - - - 63c materials, finish and workmanship, jug and tray.
Joy's Sarsaparilla - - - 6?C Linens hand-made and so constructed as to wear Table Sets, 25c
J .* , . « •„ and fit always. Pressed glass sugar bowl, creamer,
Dr. Koch s Sarsaparilla -61c ' bntter difb and spoon holder; • vary
Pond's Extract ... 33C Damask' ' n Cream New VeilingS neat set at a low figure.
Syrup Of FigS ... 33C Extra wide, different pattern. 50c. In this line we positively have every Enamel Ware Dep't
. • T lv c is ii. pj. » fad that you may fancy, as a glance r
AITHCa ICOtnbOap - \Z\-IC Faiicy Damask at our winuow display will convince The pride of every housekeeper Is in
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills - 33C Red and green, colors guaranteed J'°u- havill S nice cooking utensils. Visit
" . ■" . „„„ r„ff. r ! n „ our enameled ware dejiartment and
Lydia Pinkham's Compound 70c ,„, V'l ° " " , High Class Parisian Novelties ascertain how very little it will cost
r",,ticnra 7dr A Rich Bleached Satin Damask Double thread, hand woven, square you to get a complete outfit of en-
L.UtlCUra KeSOlVeni - ■ T , inche , wHe . value at $1, mesh, silk chenille dot, a perfect amcletl ironware.
Dr. Henley'S Celery, Beef and for 75c. beauty in double width ailkor white; p n _ mc i i ron Teanota
ii-r,n 70i- iw.„n„= $2.50 yd; in black or white single cnamei iran ic.puu
Iron - - - - 70C Napkins Vldth, $1.26 yd. H 1 pint Teapot, 42c.
FellOWS' Symp - - 95C A full % extra quality linen napkin, chlffnn V eilin<rs [ H P1 "T'r'nf ° -
Pierces Favorite. Prescription 70C „ the $2 grade for ,1.50 a dozen. C T B ,ack and" wh,te.s,, P erfin. quality, Ul-Tea^:^.
Pierces Medical Discovery - 70C t " rm * ea I>a P , « ins crinkle or crepe effect, 35c yd. Enamel Iron Saucepana
_ , r % size, a fancy article, a standard _.. u i_ n „a
Scott S Compound - - 75C $1.25 quality, for Monday, 95c par inelNew Iwinuot 1 quart Sauce Pan, 17c.
„■,„, nn~ dozen. Parisian novelty, black with large 2 quart Sauce Pan, 220.
Miles Nervine 70t _ black chenille dot and white chenille 3 quart Sauce Pan, 34c.
<it Jacob's Oil • - WC r,UCK -oweia <j ot together, on black martine mesh 4 quart Sauce Pan, 30c.
ur. a t Eltra Bize and q"»»ty. *->• greatest veiling, double width, 75c yd. Fnamel Preservinz Kettle*
Wizard Oil 33C value yet offered at $2 per dozen. w -. . R1 . n . Enamel preserving Kettles
rirUhiA Salts . . 60C 2 q"»» Preserving Kettle. 22c.
Cdrisudu odu:> UUL „ „ . . Satin border Grenadine veiling, 3K <l u<,lt Preserving Kettle, 34c.
'Ayer'S PillS - - 12 1-2 C flOndaV Special single width, 250 yd. s)i quart Preserving Kettle, 450.
Beecham'S PillS . - 12 1-2 C Blk Tuxedo Novelty Veiling. 30c yd 10 quart Preserving Kettle, 69c.
Carter's Pills - . 12 1-2 C That you can't resist Or DC Without, An end i e „ variety in all tbe Tuxedo Enamel Fruit colanders
,lc , .„ . . ■ and fancy meshes; regnlar price, 250: 10-in. Top Measure, 44c.
BrandrethS PillS - - 12 1-2 C, IS a Staple 15C Crash at 10C special Monday price, 10c yard. 12-ln. Top Measure, 620.

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