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PASADENA'S BOARD OF TRADE PREPARATIONS TO ENTERTAIN NATIONAL HOTEL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Ceamittees Appointed to Look Attar Ouests and te Prepare for Fiesta—An Interesting Lecture an Alaska-Social Notes sad (Jen. ars* News Bras Ittes Pasadena, April 3.—Tbe members of * be National Hotel association, to the num •sr of 350 or 400, will pay a visit to Pasa dena on the 17th inst., and at the meeting of the Board of Trade directors yesterday afternoon the matter of entertaining them waa discussed. A drive abont the city will be Included in the arrangements, and to further arrange for their entertainment a ' meeting of the whole membership is called for next Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 at the Board of Trade rooms. As this will be the first meeting in the new quarters.it l wae decided to make it a sort of house warming and a committee was appointed authorized to provide light refreshments and attend to all arrangements. The com mittee appointed to report as to the best manner of entertaining the visitors consists £ Messrs. T. P. Lukens. C. !>. Daggett. J. Holmes, M. D. Painter and G. W. James. Mr. Lynch of San Diego, president af tho Southern California association; Prof. James, who has the arrangements for the visit here especially in charge; Walter Raymond and Messrs. Holmes of the Green and Painter, are to be especially in vited to attend and to explain the best , manner of entertainment and other mat ters concerning the visit of the association. . A full attendance of all members is desired. The report of the retiring secretary of the board. M. K. Wood, was presented, chewing $288 on hand. The report of the Fiesta committee recommending blue and gold as Pasadena colors for the Fiesta was approved and Mr. Hertel submitted samples of tiiese colors in several widths of silk ribbon. Messrs. l.ukens and Steams reported prog revs in preparations for the floral pa rade. The former said all the authorities bad been seen in regard to sprinkling the streets on tho day of the floral parade be tween this city and Los Angeles and that it would be done. A motion was carried asking the businoss . men to close their places of business on the day of the floral parade (the 25th in stant) from noon until 0 p. nt. Tbe report of the committer appointed to furnish the new rooms was approved and the committee discharged, after audit last bills to the amount of $197.32, which Were ordered pakl. The regular monthly meeting of the board of, directors will be held next Tuesday evening. frofessoi: BOOKIKO 8 lei tube The lecture last evening by Professor Alfred Docking at the tabernacle was an interesting presentation of the prominent features and the resources of Alaska, with an account of the natives and their habits and customs, illustrated by stereopticon pictures, lie gave some attention to the boundary questions that have arisen be tween this country and England, showing maps of the disputed lines He also re ferred to the gold mining operations, show ing the great richness of the gold fields and giving this as th< reason that the English are anxious to extend their boundaries. BBRVITI BS A parly of his friends very agreeably surprised Guy Jackson last evening at his home on North Pasatlena avenue, the oc casion being hU 20th birthday. The Ladies Hiding club was entertained ycstsrd*y afternoon by Miss Lillian Dob bine at her home on Garfield avenue, a ncmber of the . club's young gentlemen friends being also present. The fore part of the afternoon was taken up with a ride on horseback, after which a lawn supper was served at Los Rubles. The guests were Misses Shorb. Tilden. Greble, Brown, Newton, Bolt and the Misses Watson, Measrs. Austin. Hastings. Staats, Shorb, Hewstot , Latham and Hall of Los An geles. Professor ami Mrs. T. S. C. Lowe have issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Miss Edna Mahelln Lowe, to Mr. Etlwood Roberts Wright, which takes place at the home on Orange Grove ave nue Wednesday evening, April 22, at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Wright will be at | home after June 15, at the home of the groom. Norrlston, Perm. A party of gentleman friends were enter tained at whist by Judge H. H. Rose at his home on Grand avenue last evening. An elaborate supper was served and greatly enjoyed by the following guests: Messrs. H. R. Hertel, W. E. Arthur, A. H. Conger. L. C. Torrance, Emil Kayser, F. B. Weth erby, E. E. Jones, C. H. Keyes, George W. Keck, Col. Games Lawson and Dr. W. L. McAllister. The young people of the Universalis! church gave a novel entertainment in the vestry yesterday evening under the super vision of Miss Davidson. Coffee and cake were served and a programme carried out consisting of the singing of Auld Lang Syne and other pieces by little folks dressed in appropriate costumes. Three new members, Messrs. Jason Ev ans, Hallett and Horace S. Dobbins, were received by the Pasadena Bait club at its meeting yesterday afternoon in the office of L. C. 'J L'orrance. The old officers were I unanimously re-elected for the ensuing year, and it was decided to station a watch man at the club's preserves to look after its interests. Mr. Frank H. Smith's March bicycle, No. 2337, was stolen last evening from in front of the Arcade building. The health officer reports ten deaths oc ■ tuning in Pasadena for the month of March—eight from consumption, one Bright's disease, one abscess of the bow els. Of ths eight consumptives but one had been a resident ot Pasadena over two years and four less than one year. The marriage of Miss Amiie Stevenson and A. A. Ramsey occurred yesterday evening at the home of the groom on Little avenue, Key. Mr. Gowan of the North Pas adena M. K. church performing the cere mony, in the presence of a few friends and relatives. Professor Bristol's educated horses, pon ies and mules performed at the opera house tonight, anu will appear again to morrow night. Mrs. Bmily Tucker, wife of J. D. Tucker, an old resident of Sierra Madre, is dead. The remains have been brought to Lippen cott's and will be interred at Sierra Madre. Don't Snub a Man Because He Is Poor is the title of a popular song by Miss Mamie Bosley of the music store of this city. The song has been published and is causing considerable favorable comment. A number of friends of Ed Karris helped him celebrate hia sixteenth birthday last evening. The membera of Temple chapter at tended in a body at tiie service of Robert Bruce chapter No. ;!, of A. Maunday, Thursday night. The theme for this evening at the meet ing of the class in sacred literature was Heathenism; the Despair of Heathen Re ligions. Social conversation followed the discussion. At tbe meeting of the Historical society Monday evening Professor F. J. Polley will deliver a lecture upon the Chivalry of Southern California. Lillian M. Woodard will erect a one-story six-room cottage on the east side of North A Constant Visitor Pain Is a constant visitorof persons troubled with chronic rheumatism. This unwelcome guest will, however, take its doparture, and not renew his visits If a writ of ejectment is served upon it through tho agency of Hostet ter's Stomach Bitters the most efficient blood deptircntanl anodyne to rheumatic twinges known to medical science. No testimony in Its behall is more positive and conclusive than that which proves its efficacy in rheumatic complaints. It is also conspicuously efficacious for malarial, nervous, bilious, dyspeptic and kidney dlsordera It promotes appetite and sleep, and is particularly usefulto invalids re covering from exhausting maladies. Persons past the prima of life, and those sugaring from a lack ot vital stamina, lind It highly booeti elal. Qlvelt a persistent trial. No medicine used Spasmodically, and at irregular times, eaa be expected to achieve lasting results. Raymond avenue, the contractors for the job being the Pasadena Contracting and Building company. The cost of the cot tage is $1940. Joeiah Rtwsel of Grand avenue is able to be about again after his carriage acci cident some months ago. He is still on crutches, however. J. S. Torrence leavea soon for the east, to be gone two months. SANTA ANA Santa Ana, April it.—The prosecution in the Southern murder trial closed its case today. The defense Introduced two wit nesses who testified that the murdered In dian said to them upon their arrival soon after the fatal shot had been fired that the Mexican had shot him. A witness was also introduced who testified that defend ant on tbe n|ght in question wore a dark suit and stiff hat, while the prosecution clothed the assassin in a light coat and light hat. It will probably be three or four days yet before the case goea to the jury. SAN BERNARDINO The Alleged Lunatic Makes a Stormy Cass In Court San Bernardino, April 3.—Wl atever may be the ultimate result of the habeas corpus proceedings which have resulted in bringing the case of Jndge Charles S. Huse so prominently before the court, it will be remembered aa the most notable ease of its kind in the history of local courts. Judge Otis' court room has been thronged all day, every attorney in the city who could lie present being in attendance. Among other things developed by the examination is the fact that Attorney Gallardo, with that abiding faith in the justice of his cause, is a terror to witnesses whom he cross-examines, while more than once during the day he proved himself a match for opposing counsel. The asylum people were on the stand most of the forenoon. Dr. Dolan and Su pervisor Kimball both giving their testi mony. Each of them swore that Judge Huse was harmless, as far as the life and property of others was concerned, and they agreed that he would not harm him self except by the picking and destroying of his clothing. Yet when the question was asked them about the releasing of Judge Huse, each testified that it would be dangerous to do so. Dr. Campbell himself has not appeared at the present examination, it being an nounced that he is Hi. In the afternoon Attorney Gallardo again took the stand to give additional testimony in the case, and it was here that a very pretty passage at arms occurred, in which Gallardo did not come off second best. Mr. Sprecher was questioning him with reference to the vast property interests claimed by Judge Huse, and finally inquired if there was not dan ger of this property being scattered, not being in the hands of a guardian, after Judge Huse was committed. Gallardo admitted it, whereupon Mr. Sprecher asked why he had not applied for the appointment of a guardian. Quick as a flash came the reply: " Because to do so I would have to make affidavit that Judge Huse is non compos mentis, and I do not and never have believed that he is non compos mentis." A moment later Mr. Sprecher asked about the warrant issued for Dr. Camp bell's arrest this morning, and inquired of Gallardo if he had made affidavit to the complaint. This Gallardo admitted, and Mr. Sprecher then inquired what was his motive. "My motive," said the attorney, "was this: Because I have the right to attack in any way I can and weaken the influence of those who are opposed to the interests of my client."' Referring to the frequently repeated statement that Judge Huse had been badly treated in the asylums, Mr. Sprecher asked why no evidence of this had been intro duced in the way of scars, or something tangible; and then followed the most dramatic scene of the trial. Judge Huse, who was sitting at the attorney's table, placed his foot against it, and pulling up the leg of his trousers, revealed a limb which from ankle to knee was but a mass of scars, and for ten minuteu lie continued giving a physiological description of the injuries inflicted and their effects, which displayed the most intricate technical knowledge on the subject. AFTER DR. CAMr-BEIX Attorney F. F. Gallardo, who is counsel ior Judge Charles S. Huse in the habeas corpus proceedings which have occupied i the attention of Judge Otis for two days, is proving himself a "fighter." He went into the clerk's office this morning and be gan looking up the matter of the registra tion of physicians in the county. He found that Dr. M. B. Campbell, medical director of the asylum, had neglected to file his certificate as a practicing physician, as is required by law. This was at once taken advantage of by Gallardo, who forthwith requested Major Disc to go before Judge Soule and make affidavit to the fact that Dr. Campbell was i not registered as a physician. The afflda- j vit was made, whereupon Mr. Gallardo swore to a complaint charging Dr. Camp bell with violating the law by practicing ! without the necessary legal recognition. Ths warrant was issued and an officer dis patched to the asylum for Dr. Campbell. The lowest fine prescribed by law ia $50. Gallardo and Judge Huso have both been "nagged" and irritated greatly during the proceedings by some of the asylum people who have been on the stand, and it is not surprising that he took this means of strik ing back when he found a vulnerable point. Ingleside Races San FRANCISCO, April .I.—Weather fine, track good, attendance 2000. Four favor ites, one second choice and one outsider won. Five furlongs—Last Chance won, Otty anna second, Banjo third; time, 1 lOiU. Six furlongs—Peixotto won. Hazel D. second, Mosier third; time, 1:16%, One mile—Sir Play won, Olive second, Vontallade third; time, 1:42;-j. Mile and a sixteenth —St. Lee won, Tar and Tartar second, Dungarven third; time, 1 :',0%. Five and a half furlongs—La Mascota won, Mobalasca second, Pat Murphy third; time, 1 -.08%. Six furlongs—Palomacita won, Walter J. second, Tonino third; time, 1:15K- Ingleside Race Entries The following is the list of entries and weights of the races to be run at Ingleside track today, which are posted at the Los Angeles Turf club, 212 South Spring street. Commissions received on tlieso races and full description of the events: First race, 2-year-olds, VA fnrlongs, selling — Scarborough 107, Georgo Palmer 104, Ailatu Andrew 109, Gordon 107. Rev Del Tierra 107. The Roman 107, Ingleside 104, Wallaba 101, Valdos 107. Lode Star 116. Second race, handicap, seven-eighths of a mile — Logan 108, fcir Vsssar 107, Rosebud 90, Sallie Cliciuet 90, Kamsin 97, Sister Mary 94. 'third race, mile o.ie>eighth, Belling—Hey | Del Bandidos 90, Service 109, Trix 10(1, O. B. Morris 105, Forluna ]U4. Fourth race, five and a half furlongs—Van ! kg* Poodle 104, Mt McGregor II !)ti. Perseus i 115, TOailO 108, Nelson lot). Perhaps 91, Miss ! Brummel 99, Wot, Pinkerton 93, I Filth race, three-quarters, selling—(linger | 109, lion tiara lot', ilyman 111. Wild rtose 111. Podiga, ill, Fleet 111, Irish Chief 111. V'ulientc 97, Sfln Marcus 97, Rapido 108, My Sweetheart 10U, Doubtful 97, tirade 8 109" Danjo in. With race, handicap, mile and a sixteenth, four hurdles—Bsllrtngei iub, Hello 137 Nellie ti. 129, W. U Munson, Contentment' Espernnce, Mannattan 120. Seventh race, three-quarter* ol amiie, soll ing-Veragun 97, Arno 10«,Veva95, Hanforil 108, Charles A. 111, Jim Ilnzcman 97, I'aros 100; F.mma D. 159, Treachery 95, Don Caesar Goodwin II 111, Toby 103, Marble Rock 111 Camelia 95. Clear, fast. Bicycle (latches New York, April 3.—A private cable gram from Paris say a: John 8. Johnson, the American bicycle expert, and James Michael, the Welshman, have been matched for a series of races of one, five and ten miles, with pacemakers, to be ridden in England for a purse of £250 sterling; also a series of three races, five, twenty and thirty kilometeres, with Pacemakers' for the same stake and to be ridden in France. Johnson is now at Wiesbadon, in training. Call tel. 243 for ambulance. Kregelo & Breeee, Sixth and Broadway. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORimS"G» APRtL 4, 1898. SERIOUSLY CUT IN A FIGHT ADOLP ZUBER SERIOUSLY CUT BY A DISCHARGED EMPLOYE He Knocks Will Nolan Down and Proceeds to Pummel Him, When the Latter Usee His Pocket Knife-Zuner's Wounds Will Probably Not Prove Fatal The third stabbing affray this week oc cured between 5 and H o'clock last evening at the Southern Pacific freight dopot on San Fernando street. Adolph Zuber of the firm of Zuber Bros., draymen, whose office is on Requena street, was the victim aud his assailant was an employee named William Nolan. Nolan had been sent with a truckload of goods 'o the depot and on the way there met another load of goods for the same destination, belonging to a rival transfer company. All the truck .'.rivers when en route to the freight depots make ail possi ble haste in order to secure a place at which to unload without being delayed and waiting in line. When Nolan met the other team he whipped up his horses and made haste to get there. As a consequence, when lie ar rived his team waa sweating and showed sigus of hard and unusual usage. Both the Zuber brothers were at the depot, anil Nolan was approached by Herman Zuber and asked the reason for his team being in such a condition. He told, and Herman walked away. Soon after Adolf Zuber came up and took Nolan to account lor tho j same reason. Finally lie told the latter ! that he was discharged, and receiving an I offensive reply, either threw or knocketl i Nolan o(T the truck. Zuber then backed the load up to the | door of the warehouse and proceeded to ; unload. Nolan, who had been drinking, \ was all this time hanging around and de ! manding that, as lie was discharged, lie be paid his wages due. This waa refused, and I he was told to come to the oflice the next | day and ho would be paid. He still in sisted, and his language was offensive to Zuber, who replied in kind. Finally Zuber I could no longer restrain his anger, and I jumping in. bit Nolan a terrific blow over the eye, knocking him down. Zuber is a ! big, burly fellow, while Nolan is a much smaller man. Nolan claims that when ho was struck he had his pocket knife in his hand, cutting a chew of tobacco. At any rate, when lie arose, wild with anjer, he rushed at Zuber and stabbed him repeat edly. The men were separated and a telephone sent for the police. Both men were taken to the station and Zuber placed in the re ceiving hospital. His wounds were found to be five in number, all slight save one. i Two were in his left side, one on the arm and two slashes in the abdomen. One of these is tbe most serious. The walls were penetrated but it is not thought that the intestines were injured. The cuts were dressed and Zuber made as comfortable as possible. Dr. Bryant stated that while the wound was serious it was not neces sarily fatal, and with no unforeseen com plications Zuber would recover. Nolan was locked up afier being allowed an interview with his wife, and will be held without bail pending the result of Zuber's wounds. At the Old Mission Church On Easter Sunday at the high mass at 11 oclock, the following fine musical pro gram will be rendered: Kyrie and Gloria from Haydn's sixth mass; Credo, Sanetus and Agnus Dei, from Haydn's imperial third mass. At the offertory Hummel's Alma Virgo will be sung by Mrs. Collette, and no doubt the exceptional intricacy of this selection will enable the singer to dis play tbe remarkable flexibility and ex pression of her voice. The organist is Miss Teresa Sullivan and the director Mr. J. J. Heyes. A. O. V. W. Notice All officers and members of Los Angeles Lodge No. 55, A. 0, 0. W., are hereby noti fied to meet in the A. O. 11. W. hall next Sunday, April 5, at 1 p. in., to attend the funeral of our late brother, C. M. Richard son. All members of the A. O. U. W. are requested to attend. G. W. Baurret, Master Workman. Took Some Bananas A l tt'e negro boy, Johnny Cunningham, bicame envious of some bananas dis played in fi oat of a Second-street fruit store yesterday morning, and, watching his opportunity, made way with some of the tempting fruit. Officer Arguello saw bim and put him in jail. Johnny is now eating hash. Just Right for Railroad len A pair of those Alhambra shoes bought bythe Massachusetts shoe store at ">oc on the,s and now being sold at 129 W. First St., near Spring. Mrs. Kvij Johnson* who lives at No. 412 Temple street, was on trial before Judge Owens for keeping a vicious dog. The animal in question, a fat, overgrown fox hound, was in court and as shown by all the evidence, was a very well lv. hayed canine. Mrs. Johnson was exonerated and triumphantly left with the do;». Her hus band, R. J. Johnson, pleaded guilty to a charge of battery for smashing G. J. Rose, the man who swore to a complaint against his wife. For this he was lined $30 or thirty days in jail and given until 5 oclock to pay the money. It was forthcoming. Two begging vagrants, Geo.g* Brooks and John White, were given twenty-day floaters, while another vag, named Tom Murphy, got one month straight in the chain gang. Gl^ With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef forts—gentle efforts —pleasant efforts — rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated .'ondi tion of the system, which tho pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is tho only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness, without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep utable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, then laxa fives or other remedies are not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, ono may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, then one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction, , It Pays to Trade on Spring Street |\ /■ Easter £-A l_X Easter / ■ Novelties /% 0 iOVI Novelties / | In the Newest, fl Uf iHfl ULcWL UUL In the very latest / /Prettiest, Nobbiest : tl\ Jfl /?■ \|lfa \f exclusive styles in Women ~ Boys' \ ' Pine Footwear J C,othi " S Easter Millinery is Paramount At the People's Store Today no other display in this city is one-half so brilliant, and nowhere will you find the prices so favorable. We thought last year the millinery sales had reached the limit, but a double business has opened the eyes of millinery sellers all about the town. v Exceptional Values for Saturday's Buyers Just the very little things every woman needs to complete the Easter toilet —no store is so well provided with small wares as we. Perhaps you'll find a quarter saving in the prices. |L. Easter Parasols Easter Suits Easter Wash Goods Easter Toilet Articles j Easter Black Parasols Easter Cloth Suits Easter Wash Novelties Easter Toilet Waters }| I.ndies' Black Carriage Parasols, Gloria Ladies' Novelty and Plain Clot h d»"» p Some toOO pieces of tho handsomest Wash R-or bottle Verhana Tav.nS.r vtnlat an* ri I Silk, ribbed frame and ball ot t n Serge and Cheviot SUtts 11 he grand- S/fl Novelties you've ever seen and at KnV' «d e«* 111 II crook ebonbted handles, SI)C est ever shown in tho town for"* to surprisingly low 1C C tmStto as 75c'klndT for 50C I foronly , prices BJ£c, lor, 12!£c s*»w ■ ll . „ ._ . Easter Duck £>Uits . Imported Rose Water and Toilet Easter Silk Sunshades jsttmf Buck suits in all the new duck Easter Silk Stripe Plaids Glycerine; 8-*s. bottle tor «WC An immense line of Black Silk Sunshades, colorings and patterns; the m-) mf\ A most beautiful assortment of New „ _ Tantur's Trinln in «n th. r*...,. 5.4 inches; novelty crooked aa ;n very latest styles, Iflt'j.iSll Bilk Stripe Plaid Dress Goods for lE r sSnme odors-ii «™ v -15* and fa«ev handles/ SZ.iSII for $1.75 to fancy Waists and Children's Dresses *Oi> f" Q/ oaor "-»» *no as Is made. for $1.00 to■ »ww _ 1 Easter Hose-Underwear nance's Antiseptic Dentifrice. or, Easter Japanese Parasols 1 a dies' Plain or Kiehelieu Bibbed >y m Preserves the teeth *Ol« fancy Japanese and Pongee Silk Parasols Hp;e, with or without English LV*l «_>lirVO crown Perfumery Co.'s Extraeti. en„ H In printed designs, plain and fl» *% r A while feet, Hermsdon dye . ... all odors, peroz... fancy borders. ivhtto enameled SZJltl P.«t»r inorsin Hase Easter Printed Silks * i D.esdeu anu natural sticks, $U I' i "« ,V Easter Ingrain Hose A grand array of Fancy Printed .„ IPtZ&tfl'il?* I***"1 ***"" 11 ' $1.00 ~ . v Ingrain Fast Black Hose with blaok sa. Dresden and Oriental designs in Cflr «» scents, a ozs ♦i.w taster [Notions or white feet, »p excellent value, beautiful colorings tor only «»* La Cigale Extract, the finest odors Cfi- U Ladles' Gold Bells, «JP as good as usual otic kinds, 10r.... madc.pcroz ." dOC f.fl £>OC Easter Novelty Hose Rc .,S„l!i!l.»n e% Almond Cold Cream, 35 c „,„ c „|, D!MI ... Just in by- express for the great Easter and elegantcolortugs, usual CI AA 3 " ....... Easter Sash Ribbons ,„,„. , ji tUe late, but they go *»«|- »x.50 qualities, for only sJi.WI cherry Tooth Paste. -lft» New silk sash Ribbons, for less thoo had they bean on Q\jQ tube... X"I"3tCICI *W pink and two shades LnC timo « .., il o,bl,,e Easter Silk Vests WflfatQ HirsSflne'. Easter Shopping Bags Ladles' Jersey Bibbed silk pleated mfk- tt aiaia Udles' lundsom. shopping bms. &"v.r^e^j[oK" ". V : Easter Silk Waists !auMaine. SOc Upwards from.. aWJte l Chenille Portieres ijUest li> black and fanry effects. __ _ Milk of Almond CAe ... _ , ... „„„_ --~».„ designed and made In the late <C?E> Toilet Preparation >M „„ *»W Easter Handkerchiefs tbVloweltToaWow fashions, for $3.50 to KJ> Special inducements in Swis3 Embroid- prices. Vrirged lops, dado bottoms, in red. Faster Wash Waists ored Handkerchiefs, Irish Point <%■ ilive. (awn, blue, terra cotta and gold; ssnoici rrar.u r.auu and scolloped ZdC bought to sell (or $3.80. $4.00 (J» i |T.A Novelties that, never havo lefore AfT i^ai*na*T< edges 100. 12','c, 20c —t/v and $6.00; this morning they !k4.1N1 been shown. 111 every color and «? SO " V "* l _ . „, . . c t will be priced at $2,s<.soand best Styles, for 50c to taster \\ aist sets The stock haserrlved, and It ts thehsnd- Lava, Pearl, Silver and Cold Shirt Waist L, „ cfeT I 11OVCS HrkW/nc+Slirc somest ever shown in the town. Better see collar n «,,d' dinslhrcc8 ' $100 c,<l&lcl VJIUVCS uownstairs .uch,uauticsiws M km.Hp«aS. cuff buttons 20c to "»•"» La Cigale Kid Gloves Mrs. rotts'rolisldng Irons, set of r. ,- r0 f . y Easter Gauze $1,00 88C worth &f $3.25 j Elegant Tinsel Stripe Gauze, 45 and black v * Hit™ nnallav Floral and Gold ir !> ft. x 9 ft. size; <J OC _L ■ 05C La nazeno Kid Gloves 45c to, $3.95 | ■ Easter Veilings. $3.00 wo t r-tU?.o t 6, <i i or C . h ? , . i $4.50 ■ ■ The most winsome Easter Veil- £| ttem cleaned and repaired tree frt| f-n palmer dose-wove Hammccka »7 CA oft.xl2ft; MM ■ H Ings ever produced; in all the SI.ZaTI of charge as long as they last. J)l.ijU with Pillow 3>£.oU worth $8.00, for *O.UU H to v"*o pair , v A HEAD-BROKE CROWD Arrested for Robbery and the Intended Vic tims Had Just l ive Cents Three men were arrested in a bunch by Officer Baker yesterday afternoon at the corner of Arcadia and Los Angeles streets, back of a hay-yard. They were John Smith, James McManus and George Gal lagher. McManus and Gallagher were drunk and Smith was improving his oppor tunity to go through their pockets. He was seen in the act and promptly nabbed. At the station, when searched, only one of the tough looking crowd had a cent on his person, one solitary nickel being fished up by McManus. Smith was charged with robbery and the other two with being drunk. Republican fleeting The Sixth congressional district commit tee will meet in joint session with the vari ous sub-committees this afternoon at 2 oclock in the parlors of the Hollenbeck hotel to arrange for the holding of the pri maries and conventions in assembly dis tricts No. 70, 71, 72, 73, 74 and 75. The official calls for these primaries and con ventions will at that time be issued and the election boards and polling places in each precinct aappointed. The vote cast in these assembly districts for Fstee at the last state election is made the basis of the state and congress conventions each as sembly district is entitled to. It will be noted that a change has been made in the mode of selecting these delegates. As where formerly the county conventions elected them, they are now chosen by tl c different assembly district conventions. Hard to Estimate Pasadena, Cal., April 3. Tne value of firmly fixing in the mind the fact that Tip Top Cough Syrup gives the very best satisfaction of anything on the market can hardly be overestimated. In the treatment of coughs and cold no ex perimenting should be done, but Tip Top should be immediately purchased and used according to directions. The price is 50c a bottle and all druggists sell it. RUPTURE Professor Joseph Fandrey, European specialist, formerly of Berlin, Germany, now permanently located at 821 South Broadway, Los Angeles, is a practical rupture specialist and manufactures the latest patent trusses (his own invention) for curing rupture, also corsets for curva ture of the spine, female supporters, etc. Each case will be made to fit. Over forty almost helpless cases of from two to twen ty years' standing, some twice broken, are today cured and have no more use for truss. Patients from two to seventy-five years of age. Information and testimoni als will be sent free on application. , Excursion Pleasure, business, scenery. Only $3 round trip. If you are ugly you go free. If handsome, a chromo and ticket. For full particulars call 214 S. Broadway. Hemet Land Co. Beautiful Women Are everywhere admired. A woman with a poor complexion ie not beautiful. Lime and magnesia sulphates, to say nothing of alkaline Baits, are not conducive to a clear skin. Los Angeles city water contains twenty-seven grains per gallon of mineral impurities; l'uritas none. Which will you drink? Tel. 2V.8. On March 31st, John Dunn got a sixty day floater in tiie police court on conviction of vagrancy. Yesterday he was picked up on Commercial street by Officer Walker and sent to jail to serve out his sentence, he having neglected to improve his oppor tunity to lea»e town. Fifty cents round trip on Terminal rail road to Long Beach and San Pedro. Good going Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday. Garbage collection days have been changed. See ad. on classified page, "Spe cial notices." EXCURSION For the Benefit of the News and Working Boys' Home The postponed excursion around the kite-shaped track will be given on Satur day, April 4, 18!H>, tendered by the South ern California railway, Santa Fe system: round trip, $2.03; round trip tickete good only on excursion train, which leaves Los Angeles at !> a.m., leaves l'asadena at '.).'2"i a. m.; arrive lledlands at 11.10 a. m.; leave Kedlands at U p. m.; arrive Riverside at 3 p. m.: leave Riverside at 4:15 p. ra.; arrive Los Angeles at 7slß p.m. Drives to the famous Smiley Heights and the splendid Magnolia avenue al half price. A good dinner at Redlands for 2.">e and 50c, and a part of proceeds donated to the home, or parties can take their lunches. Tickets for sale at city ticket office, 129 X. Spring street, on Friday, and at La Grande station up to leaving time of train. Miss Whitloek, the Santa Fe excursion agent, will accompany the party. — Cafe Vincent Amongst the many hostelries of Los An geles none excel and but few equal the Cafe Vincent, which opens this evening with a banquet dinner, under the manage ment of Mr. W. M. Ward, ono of the most experienced and well known caterers of the Pacific coast. The cafe is supplied with fine table service and best of waiters, 1 while the cuisine embraces the marketable supplies of the day. Meals will be fur nished to suit,on either European or Amer ican plan, at as reasonable rate as any where in the city. Mr. Ward proposes to make the Cafe Vincent one of the leading houses of the city, where ladies and chil dren can go with safety and where all will receive the kindest treatment, lleraember tho Cafe Vincent is located at <il7 South Broadway, making it one of the most ac cessible points in the city. If Anyone Thinks That that the utmost cleanliness is not observed in the process of distilling and bottling Puritas let bim visit our water de partment and investigate. 'The Ice and Cold Storage Co. of Los Angeles. Tele phone 228. Garbage collection days have been changed. See ad. on classified page, "Spe cial notices." ELECTRIKURE SURE CURE FOR NEURALGIA MY AFFLICTED FRIEND Groaning with pains and always tired, I know that you would gladly investigate tills cortaiu relict and mainspring ot I it o if you knew it was no fake or wizard tilled with ligntning. Now, remember, we guarantee cures. How can you get caught, then, by another fake (as you put it. Have some of the best of refer ences right lie:-e, afte- onlva few weeks' effort. KIi.ME.MUKK fore Throat, Rheumatism, Dyspopsia, Liver Troubles, Lost vitality through tho want of oxygon in the blood, and that greatest general on'eatth GENERAL DEBILITY must leave you when tho blood is charged with atmos pheric oxygen. 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