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The number of social events for the
past week has been small and tbe events
themselves have been quite Informal in
character. Last Sunday evening; Mrs.
Joy and her daughters entertained with
music; Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Robertson celebrated their wed
ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. James
Blagge gave an Informal dancing party
as a farewell courtesy to Miss Walsh of
Topeka, Kan.; W. H. Herman enter
tained "we boys;" Miss North of
Ingraham street gave a fad party In
honor of Miss Phillips of Ann Arbor,
and ln the afternoon Mrs. O. A. Vickery
gsve a child's party to celebrate the
eighth birthday of her son Waitman.
Wednesday Judge and Mrs. B. N.
Smith gave a family dinner; Mr. and
Mrs. M. T. Herzog celebrated' their sli
ver wedding anniversary, anei Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kurtz gave an engagement
dinner for their son. Dr. Karl Kurtz, and
his fiancee, Miss Ysadora Scott.
Thursday afternoon Misses Viola and
Edith Norviel entertained some of their
friends with whist and music.
Friday Mrs. J. C. Mlchener entertained
with progressive hearts; and yesterday
afternoon andevening there were several
Informal dances, one given by the south
and younger set at Wood's hall, one by
the'N. G. C. at Faulk's hall, and in the
afternoon the D. I. X. sorority was en
tertained.
Birthday Dance
T.ast Wednesday evening a charmlnn
little party was given at the residence
of Mrs. B. Solomon, 625 New High street,
by Maurice F. Johnson, Ira celebration of
his twenty-ninth birthday. The early
part of the evening was devoted to danc
ing, and the feature of the banquet,
which followed, was the crowning of
the surprised senor with a floral wreath
which unexpectedly fell from the hands
of Mrs. B. Solomon.
Those present were: Senoras B. Sol
omon, Fermina S. Redona, J. J. Carpen
ter, Rosa Nicolas!, E. Sanchez and F. de
P. Gutiarrez; Senorltas Elena Redona,
Rachel Carpenter, Edna Duncan, Nora
Dally, Mamie Magulre, Eva Bates,
Tnez Sanchez and Angelina Duraze;
Seaors Ramon Benltez, J. S. Redona,
-John Alvaradto, B. Solomon, Abie Solo
mon, Pedro Antunez, Alexander Cova'ru
blas, Thomas Sopena, Ismael Durazo,
J. P. Martinez. Mauricio Martinez, Bar
tola Valla, Jose Maldonada, Epesneralon
Guzman, Prof. Escobar, M. Fereras,
Francis J. Del Pozo, "J. Elias, H. Wiley,
Alfred S. Hamilton, A. R. Zunlga, Ar
thur Solomon, Bernard Solomon, Jr., P.
Estrada, E. Martinez, F. Salas and Jose
Perez.
Children's Party
Mrs. O. A. Vickrey of Constance
Street giave a chldren's party Tuesday
afternoon in honor of the eighth birth
day of her son, Waltman. Luncheon was
served from a table decorated with white
and green. The ice cream was moulded
into the form of Brownies. The parlors
were decorated with La France- roses.
Mrs. Vickrey was assisted by Mmes.
Salazar, R. Merser, Willard!, Wm. Vick
rey. B. E. Vickrey, Mark Jones, George.
Montgomery, Carrie B. Hume, M. L.
Moore, Richard Perry, Frank Flint, A'.
meda Harber, Miss Adele d'Artois. The
small guests were: Misses Amy Busch,
Blanche le Doux, Muriel Stewart. Helen
Shaw, Jennie Grove, Adela Rogers,
Nancy Doolittle, Nancy Willard, Kath
erlne Flint, Grance Pease, Evalyn Vick
ley, Marguerite Vickrey, Masters Dyton
Jones, Mark Jones, jr., McDonald Jone»,
Chester Montgomery, Monroe Mont
gomery, Richard Perez, Jr., Arnold Salis
bury, Clifford Powers, William Flint.
Clarence Jones, Robert Harber, Richard
Vickrey, Hugh Porter.
Dancing Party
Mr .and Mrs. James Blagge of Scarf!
street gave a dancing party last Tues
day evening as a farewell courtesy to
their guest. Miss Welsh, who left for her
home in Topeka., Kan., the following
day. The parlors were decorated with
La France roses, the diinlng room with
dahlias, and the hall with roses and
potted ferns. The veranda was enclosed
and made Inviting with rugs and chairs,
decorated with bamboo an* Illuminated
with Japanese lanters. Chrlstophei
catered. One of the amusements was a
game* at which the first prize, a silver
and pearl paper-cutter and a silver
etamp box, were won by Miss Masac and
Mr. Woodcock respectively. The con
solations were bestowediupon Miss Nellie
Nolan and Mr. McCrea. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Staples, Mrs. Masac.
Misses Myrle Wells, Lora and Florence
Variel Scanlon, Maude Masac, Nellie,
and Florence Nolan, Titus of Kansas
City, Messrs. Mott, Clarke, Variel. Wood
cock, Searles, Brazelton, Jack McCrea,
Crane and Bush.
Progressive Hearts
Mrs. J C. Mlchener entertained de
lightfully with progressive hearts Fri
day afternoon at her home, South Grand
avenue. The invitations were "To at
tend an imaginary trip over the kite
shaped track." A ticket office was pro
vided and each guest obtained* her
ticket to one of the many stations on
the- route. Then she sought the table
which bore the name on her ticket. The
novelty affair was greatly enjoyed.
The guests were: Mmes. R. H. Howell,
Mark B Lewis, R. H. Herron, L. K. Tut
tle, A. F. Morlan, B. Nicholas, E. H.
Moore, H. M. Sale, H. B. West, J. A. Hen
derson, George Steckel, P F. Schuma
cher, Clara Widney, J. T. Jones, T. J.
Fleming, John Wolfskin, L. F .Moss, N.
E. Barnes. J. Ross Clark, Edwin Pratt,
Whitney, F. Rader, Crombie-, N. K. Pot
ter, R. M. Richardson, Edmonds, Spence,
H. P. Anderson, Horace Chanslor, Misses
Tuttle, Eleanor Tuttle, EdTh Wolfskin.
Silver Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Herzog of Temple
Street celebrated* their silver wedding
with a large reception last Wednesday
evening. Mines. J. Ashman, a. L. Mc-
Donald, Will Dorr and Miss Fannie
Benjamin assisted ln receiving, and the
MlS»sa Utile Ashman and Elsie Herzog
presided over tbe punch table. The
IN
SOCIETY
evening was given over to cards and
dancing, an orchestra furnishing music
for the latter. The rooms were decorat
ed with a profusion of-flowers, smilax,
palms and grasses, and the Inclosed ve
randa was Illuminated with Japanese
lanterns. A tent in the garden was ar
ranged for the comfort of the smokers.
A number of valuable gifts were re
ceived, including gold andl silverware
and a handsome clock. Mrs. Herzog
wore ln her hair a silver wreath that had
been worn by her mother at the latter's
own silver wedding. About 250 guests
were present.
Robertson-Glass
Miss Myrtle Glass and Andrew Rob
ertson were married Wednesday at the
residence of the bride's parents, Mr. anl
Mrs. John M. Glass of West Twenty
second street, the Rev. Burt Estes How
ard officiating. Only Immediate rela
tives were present. Above the bridal
party was a beautiful canopy of smilax
and carnations. The bride was gowned
in a napoleon blue traveling dress, With
hat to match. Immediately after the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Robertson left
for Mt. Lowe, where they will spend a
week and will then return, to reside ln j
Los Angeles. They will be at home to
their friends after October 15th the first
and third Wednesdays, at 423 South
Broadway.
Fad Party
Miss North of Ingraham street gave
an informal "fad" party last Tuesday
evening in honor of Miss Phillips ot
Ann Arbor. The rooms were decorate*
with cut flowers and, greens, and the
veranda was lighted with Japanese lan
terns. Besides the guest of honor there
were present: Mrs. Garrish, Misses Will
iams. Green, Clara Boebyshell, Elsie
Bosbyshell, Herman, Mary Elliott, Til
lie Elliott, Annie Wethern. Mabel Clute,
Wlsewell, Messrs. Garrish, Williams,
Currer, Green, Ralph Day, Frank Colby,
Wilbur, Hammond, Bert Heineman, El
liott, De Garmo.
We Boys Entertained
"We Boys," a class society In- the
First Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school, were the guests of W. H. Herman
Tuesday evening. A short business ses
sion was followed by games and re
freshments. Those present were Mrs.
J D. Burch, the class teacher; Messrs.
W. H. Herman, E. B. Sweet, G.H.Walk
er, H. Webb, J. R. Eichar, A. A. Burge,
C. R. Hixson, W. C. Hancock, E. R.
Long, R. I. McLaughlin, C. Seymour,
G. J. Oden, L. O'Harra, D. Fallis, R. L.
Fallls, F. H. Fisher, F. Green, J. J.
Goldworthy, J. H. Fallis.
Long-Larkin
Miss Leta Lillian Larkin, daughter of
Mr .and Mrs. M. Larkin of South Pasa
dena, and. Mr. Ferd G. Long of New York
were married Sept. Ist at the latter city.
The ceremony took place at the Cathe
dral of the Holy Name, The month of
Septemebr wllhbe. spept in the Adlron
dacks and Northern Maine, after which
Mr. and Mrs*. Long will be at home at
325 West Fifty-eighth street, New York
city. They may visit Southern Califor
nia during the coming season.
Birthday Party
Mrs. Will Egelhoff of 1622 Santee street
entertained a number of children. Sat
urday of last week in honor of the first
birthday of her little daughter, Doro
thy. The table decorations were of lav
ender. On the center piece, which was
embroidered with that dainty shade,
was placed a beautiful birthday cake.
Among those present were: Mmes. King,
Adams, Mann, Harbert, little Misses
Jessie Mann. Margaret Adams and Mas
ter Sam King.
Family Dinner
Judge and Mrs. B. N. Smith enter
tained with a delightful family dinner
Wednesday evening at their residence
'on East Twelfth street, ln celebration of
the 102 d birthday of the former's moth
er, Mrs. Mary Smith. The others pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Danforth, Mr
andl Mrs. Julian Smith, Mrs. E. M. Aid
rich,Miss Theresa Smith and Ben Smith,
Jr. The dining room was handsomely
decoratee". with scarlet hibiscus, palms
and smilax.
Whist and If usic
Misses Viola and Edith Norviel enter
tained a few young lady friends at whist
on Tuesday afternoon at their home on
Custer avenue. The first prize, a book
of poems, was won by Miss Lily Knoll,
and the consolation., a Japanese pin tray,
was awarded to Miss Cora Knoll. Music
and recitations were delightfully ren
dered. Those present were: Mrs. O. P.
Wolcott, Clara French, Maud Sigler.
Mattle Jones, Eva Ellsworth, Lily and
Cora Knoll.
Informal Evening
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Field/ of Coronado
street entertained Informally last Tues
day evening in honor of the ReV. Dr.
J. K. Fowler and Mrs. Fowler. The
Misses Field assisted. The other guests
were: Prof, and Mrs. Wads-worth, Rev
and Mrs. Dinsrnore, Rev. Dr. and Mrs.
Campbell. Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Young,
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Newell, Mrs. L. F.
Laverty. Rev. Henry Newell, Miss New
ell and Mr, and Mrs. M. M. Harris.
Double Baptism
A double, baptlsimal service was held
at the home of Mr and Mrs. H. J. Rob
inson, 1521 Wlnfleldi street, last Tues
day evening, when Mr. Robinson and hi?
only daughter were baptised by Rev. J.
A. Cowan. The service was followed by
an elaborate dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
inson celebrated their wedding anni
versary the same day, and in. theevening
a number of friends assisted them in
celebrating the event.
Lawn Party
Mrs .J. Erwin Hoy entertained with a
lawn party on the Robertson grounds a;
Santa Monica Friday afternoon of last
week. Tea was served at her own home.
Those present were: Mmes. H. C. Wil
shire, Patrick Robertson, G. Wiley, Wells
F. G. Ryan, Monroe, Hutchinson, Misses
Wilshlre and Corson.
Coaching Party
Judge and Mrs. Carpenter of Leaven
worth, Kas., who, with their son and
LOS ANG—Jp *i£RALDt SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897
daughter, Charles and Florence, hay
been spending the summer In Southern
California, made up a coaching party of
twenty young people of Los Angeles and
Pasadena and started Wednesday from
the latter place to drive to Highland,
Redlands, San Bernardino and other
southern points. They will be gone a
week.
Informal Entertainment
Mrs G. B. Cadwaladar entertained at
her home on West Beacon street Satur
day of last week in honor of Miss Wheeler
and Miss Page of Memphis, Term. The
guests were: Mmes. A. J. Braly, H. G.
Bund.rum. Jack Jevne, Albert Crutcher,
W. C. Patterson, Cliff Page, Callender
Lovett, S. S. Salisbury, Stone, Chapln,
Wllloughby Rodman, Misses Ada Pat
terson, Clark, Helen Fairchlld, Hunt.
Engagement Dinner
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Kurti gave a
family dinner last Wednesday evening
at their residence on Buena Vista street
ln honor of the engagement of their son,
Dr. Karl Kurts, and Miss Ysidora Scott.
The others present were Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Horton, Miss Kurts andi Miss
Katherlne Kurtz. The table decora
tions were of blue plumbago and moire
ribbon of the same shade.
Mackenzie-Badgley
Miss Edith Margaret Badgley and the
Rev. Duncan F. Mackenzie were mar
ried at the Church of the Ascension
Thursday, the Rev. A. G. L. Trew, rector
of the Church of the Epiphany, officiat
ing. The bride is the second daughter of
the late Rev. Charles Howard Badgley,
formerly rector of Bishop's college
school, Lennoxvllle, Canada,
Basket Social
The 'Ladles' Harmon lal Aid society
gave a basket social and dance at Music
hall Thursday evening. The following
acted as reception committee: Mmes.
Bryson, Dye, Sherwood andi Hlxon and
j Mr. E. A. Humphrey.
Here and There
Miss Lell King, the artist, ls with
friends at Catalina.
Mrs. Arthur Braly visited friends In
Pasadena last week.
Roy Sumner has moved from the east
side to Union avenue.
Miss Marian Crawford ls at Seven
Oaks for a short stay.
Bert Williams left last week for an
extended eastern trip.
Mrs. Morltz Meyberg Is spending some
time at Santa Monica.
Robert Cunningham left for Copper
river Thursday evening.
Mrs. Grlffis. of West Twentieth street
entertained' Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Slegel have re
moved to 949 Maple avenue.
Mrs. Morris Jacoby will be at home the
first Thursday of each month.
Mrs. Arthur Braly ls ln San Francisco
the guest of the Misses McMillan.
Dr. Walter Llndley Is spending a week
In the northern part of the state.
Mrs. D. C. Barber has returned from a
two months' stay ln San Francisco.
Mrs. Fred'W. Dunn ls at home after a
six weeks' sojourn In San. Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fletcher left Mon
day for a week's stay at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Byrne have returned
from their visit to the Grand Canyon.
Mrs. Alexander of Santee street, enter
tained with a dinner Thursday evening.
Mrs. Elsie Fenton Is visiting bir moth
er, Mrs. M. E. Hall, at Meadowbrook
Ore.
Mrs. E. Mlchelsen and Miss Michels'n
are at home after their summer ln San
Pedro.
The wedding of Mis® Mary H. Banning
and W. W. Norris is set for early In No
vember.
Mrs. R. P. Smith and- daughters are In
Los Angeles after a stay of some weeks
ln Redondo.
Miss Hynes left last Monday for Fort
Riley, Kan., accompanied by her cousin,
Miss Shields.
The D. I. X. club met at the home of
Miss Nolan, South Grand avenue, yester
day afternoon.
L. R. Parsons left Tuesday for the
northern part of the state. He will be
gone two weeks.
Mrs. O'Melveney of 1148 South Pearl
street entertained with a dinner last
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. C. A. Sumner, who has been
spending several weeks at Terminal Isl
and, has returned.
Miss Ella Clark left for the east Wed
nesday She goes to Ogontz, Pa., to re
sume her studies.
Mrs. Arcadia B. de Baker and Miss
Scott have returned from the beach and
are at the Baker block.
Mrs. George M. North of Ingraham
street, returns today from a two-weeks'
stay ln Antelope valley.
The marriage of Miss Charlotte Wheel
er and Charles Oakman Ellis took place
at Prescott, Ariz., Sept. 9.
Mrs. Garden-McLeod returned yester
day from a pleasure and sketching tour
of five weeks at Catalina.
Mrs. S. P. Stern and the Misses Stern
have taken Rev. Judd's house on Love
lace avenue for the winter.
The Assistance league will meet next
Saturday at Mrs. Fred Griffiths', No. 904
West Twenty-eighth street.
Mrs. W. F. Dieter of St. Paul, Mlnr, Is
In Los Angeles visiting her son, E. C.
Dieter of 517 West Eighth street.
Mrs. A. I. Oldrldge and Mrs. Susan
Darby left Wednesday for Santa Mon
ica, where they will spend a week.
Mrs. D. M. Leary of No. 761 East Eigh
teenth street has returned from Santa
Monica accompanied by her daughters.
Judge and Mrs .Alexander Campb;ii
have rented their cottage at Santa Mon
ica and will spend the winter in Los An
geles.
Miss Ruth Child* lain New York.
An N G C, dance wasglven lastev*n
ing at Paulk's hall on West Washington
street.
Mrs. P. H. Springer and children, who
have been absent for three months visit
ing friends on the sound, returned yes
terday.
Mrs. Van Nuys, who has been visiting
in San Francisco for two weeks, accom
panied, by her daughters, returned home
Thursday. ,
Miss Wilde, who has been visiting
Miss Mabel Ryland for the past two
weeks, left for her home ln San Diego
Thursday.
Herbert C. Spooner of Boston arrived
Tuesday to spend the winter with his
aunt, Mrs. W. H. Fales of North Chica
go street.
Joseph Allison Stlenmetz, paymaster of
the United States steamer St. Louis,
is spending his two weeks' furlough ln
Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sibley Severance
and children, Mrs. Pierre Severance and
children and Mr». Caroline Severance,
TO ALL AIL=
ING PEOPLE
The English and German Expert Special
ists Offer Words of Cheer to Per
sons Who Suffer from
Any Cause
WHY THESE GREAT DOCTORS SUCCEED
No physician or association of physicians can mike a great success
of the practice of medicine unless they build up a reputation for the
permanency of their cures. Rapidity is all right as far as it goes, but
it does not go far enough.
As there are many people who cannot account for the popularity
THF pwfil ich I °f tne En g lisn ana " German Expert
lnc ci>UL.l»n | istSj a f ew explanatory facts might not/i
out of place. "How can these doctors accomplish so much fn/'the
good of ailing humanity when others fail ?" is often asked. /
It would require a whole page in The Herald to go in>o full de
tails, but a few words will, no doubt, answer the question i satisfac
tory manner. /
While the institution in question is known asTne English and
German Expert Specialists, it is in reality an association of leading phy
sicians and surgeons. Every member is graduated from two or more
leading colleges. None of them have been pn>/icing medicine less than
twelve years. Several of them have been iryiiarness, so to speak, for a
quarter of a century. /
They are thoroughly equipped wi#i every known aid to medical
science, and never lose sight of the £<xt that patients should be perma
nently as well as speedily cured. /
They have thousands of dollars invested in instruments, micro
scopes, scientific apparatus ar/i surgical appliances carefully selected in
Europe and the United' with a view to the demands incident to
so perfect an institutions'whereas, most private practitioners are ham
pered by the lack of H>c expensive and elaborate appliances and instru
ments necessary for/me successful treatment of complicated diseases.
This is not so myai their fault as their misfortune, and that of the un
fortunate who entrust them with their health and lives.
No ins><uition in the west is so completely equipped. Their
was especially designed by Edison with twelve dif
ferent twes for observation work. This wonderful machine is an in
stitut/in itself. Microscopes costing $800, electric exploring apparatus,
ir«>!fn(Jescent tubes to lighten up cavities, elec- I Aivin nPDMAM
■oc batteries, electric cauteries, French mani- I AfNU UcKffiAlM
SJns, surgical instruments, deformity apparatus, and every appliance that
c\ld possibly assist in the work of curing chronic diseases.
laboratory and dispensary challenges the admiration and ap
preciatVi of all who have the opportunity of testing the absolute per
fection or\ts medical preparations. Here are prepared all prescriptions
issued by numbers of the staff tor the use of patients. The depart
ment is under Nje direction of an expert chemist assisted by a corps of
able and thorougSly-trained assistants, and by whom a system is estab
lished which preverfSs the possibility of unsatisfactory results through
the mistakes of unqualified clerks, or the uncertain strength and efficacy
of common drug stocks?\
In the science of surg>™ the physicians of the English and Ger
man Expert Specialists occupyNa position in the frout rank. Thorough
training in European and AmeriKn colleges and hospitals, together with
long practice and natural ability haY made them experts indeed, in this
as well as other lines of their professKXj.
If the English and German ExpeX Specialists cannot cure you
they will tell you so frankly. But do not give up all hope, even if your
case has been abandoned by other doctors, great specialists have
restored hundreds of men and women to lifejshealth and happiness,
whose cases have been pronounced incurable by mo\than one physician.
They have hundreds of testimonials from peo>Je in all walks of
life, showing that they can and have done all that they c^im.
They treat by mail with great success. Write for List
and ftee book, if you cannot conveniently visit the city. Osrrespond
ence sacredly confidential. There is nothing on envelopes or fs^kage's
FYPFPT I to s^ow wnere tnev are from, thus preventing \usy-
CAt^El< 1 ' bodies from prying into private affairs. NT
Part of the staff of the English and German Expert Specialists vjs\
the large towns in Southern California, and are frequently referred to,
. by the Los Angeles newspapers. s
The following are a few specimen notices: /
(Riverside Daily Enterprise:) A most skillful and successfulmff of
specialists, and as honorable as they are able, both and in
a business way. jr
(Riverside County Reflex:) We believe we render a/me service to
humanity in giving our unqualified endorsement to thp/S able doctors.
(Ontario Observer:) They make no claims anything but a
high order of skill in regular practice, and this ully substantiate.
(Colton News:) Although working legitimate lines
of medicine and surgery, their success has be/n phenomenal.
(Colton Chronicle:) They have a htfge and successful practice all
over Southern California. /
(Los Angeles Sunday World])/ They have brought the most
efficient medical service within the/each of all.
(Anaheim Independent:) Tney easily take first place among the
the medical specialists of the Tacific Coast.
(Santa Ana Daily They are remarkably successful and
keep good faith with thrX patients; and are in every way deserving of
confidence. y
(Santa Ana Herald:) They are possessed of superior ability
and equipment, Jmd have been remarkably successful in their large
practice here. X
(Los A><geles Daily Herald:) They are all physicians of repute,
with about which there can be no question. They are grad
uates c/ihe best medical colleges in the world.
ywseases cured—Kidney Disease, Bladder Disease, Insomnia, Hys-
Paralysis, Ricketts, Scrofula, Consump- I cppf-iAi ictc
f >a, Liver Diseases, Diseases ot the Bowels, I ar-cuftLUia
Ovarian Diseases, Sciatica, Tumors and Abnormal Growths, Deform
ities, Spinal Diseases, Ruptures, Dysentery, all Chronic Diseases,
Asthma, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Heart Disease, Dyspepsia, Eye Diseases,
Rheumatism, Skin Diseases, Malaria, Nervous Diseases. .
The offices of the English and German Expert Specialists are in
the Byrne Building, Third and Broadway, where they give consultation
and advice free of charge.
TJhe £ny/SsA «»<* Serman
Gxpert Specialists
A Staff of the Host Eminent Physicians
and Surgeons in the World
410-413-414-416-4I&-420-42I Byrne Building, NW. cor. Third and Broadway,
Los Angeles. Office hours— 9 to 4 daily; evenings, 7to 8; Sundays, 9to 11.
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$ Specimen Bargains |j
From X
| Our Great J
I Liquidation Sale !
«f Below we present a few samples ot the J
X Crowd-bringing Bargains that are making X
qjj our Grea* Liquidation Sale to settle the es- T
4» rare of the late J. J. O'Brien X
| The Greatest Money-saving |
J Opportunity of the Age |
i i
T 7C/v One Lot of Children's Silk Parasols, were 75c -Ig- T
T and $1.00, will be closed out at &0C T
X Zfin ° ne Lot of Laciies ' Silk Parasols, were $1.50 FA. X I
OUI and $2.00, will be closed out at OUC '
Jvil/t O ne Lot of Ladies' Flannelette Gowns, were /A. *f* :
T UUC $1.00, will be closed out at :.. OUC T 1
. *$»
JL <M 'IC One Lot of Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers, <£| I,
X ♦pl»«VO were $2.00, will be closed out at •pl««vO X
T X
$ .. Remnants .. i
4* «?»
3000 Remnants, which include Dress Goods, Silk, Do- J,
ej»j mestic Veiling, etc., will be closed out regardless of cost «£>
We Don't
Defy competition, because there is none to
defy. The celebrated "Dunlap" silk, stiff
and soft Hats are too exclusive to admit of
rivalry.
- Our -
$2 and $2.52
Soft and stiff Hats, this season, are the finest
and most stylish Hats that were ever shown
in this city. Do your buying of Hats, Shirts,
Neckwear, Underwear, Hosiery, etc., etc.,
on a short-price basis, today, at
Desmond's
141 S. Spring St.,
Bryson Block
Auction
C a. ~+-A "if\ at 10 o'clock a. m. Sale
dept. 2V and «SU. will take place at
Agricultural Park, Los Angeles,
These horses are selected from a large band, raised on the
J. B. tIAGGIN RANCH, BAKERSFIELD
Kern Co , Cal. The horses and ponies ere well broken to driv: single or
double; all four Years old, including heavy Norman, Carriage, Team, and
Roadsters. Sale positive. No reserve. For catalogue, apply
THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer. Of lice 232 W. First St., Los Angeles.
PERRY, MOTT i CO.'S
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