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Los Angeles herald. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, May 29, 1905, Image 12

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#fflU *$*!&>'"/ **' \ KiA acts as an incentive — an example — for the youth of our land to emulate; but we be- M'lMfe^tti '^^ihßf' I
(1 g, S*** Jl., f \|| „ lieve the public at large is more vitally interested in the matter of merchandise (and SiliM.jffi^^^Bi'JHß^H
SW \ ' ) ' :7 Sw prices) than in biographies— however eloquent they may be in eulogizing the career
<T v* x i^^^^/ V/ )r °f an^ particular establishment, even though its success is far removed from L — — -^ — -^
v* f A \g^^^jßjM|Mp|Hfe* %'■•,---■ -JiJ Ittt i*liP OfHiTTlt^V^ ' I'rom 1878 (ii'lß7n — Downey blmk, corner Temple nnd i
'WV\O xMmSßß^^mKMwKSuSfillMff VilM LAic UlU.lilU.l^ . Bprlos street* | size of ntore, ISx.IO feet. .
#We close at 4 o'clock this afternoon in order to %I }f *Ha^l won rewar^' orig-iiial the-
move. Within a day or two we will open the l/rlf^lSfepl^ftlyJl^p B'-'f or^ es arreste d attention, $&§§
doors of our "Greater Establishment"— on Broadway, between Second and Third streets lg||/\| 'p-'fy- *M\ ')j{jy/^BP^i human skill evoked recog- <^§St
— extending through to Hill street. Some epoch-making merchandise plans are ma- > s ' '>\'vT r vr ' „4 /'^—"^ nition, earnest advertising Gy
turing, the leading features of which are assuming great and unexpected importance. ' >> riveted attention, success
# This hint will be early supplemented by specific details of an "after-removal sale." : : piled, upon success inspired
Watch the papers. " " lrom I8:B to Ba Tt\t:%o:n^J: ttb Mnln street; " iie public enthusiasm. MStfL
Will WAT R& W : r^i/fil;
VVMiI 11 V il BC » — ji:,7L f! ,^1;- •W^f.J.r . Modern methods gradually and naturally adjusted them- ■
We shall make no attempt to be theatric or acs- " \ .^- *j ; :|1 ?||{ , f|H U%PI selves, as the business grew. Our leadership— apparent jtfihfr
IJSffiJ thetic. Such fads are costly. Pretty bowers and v S|| from the first— has increased and expanded to a point where l^^f
<-> 1 # i _ o , <* J" ;< «~ *| no lOLdi orgdiii/idLioii cdn compete witn us in poiiiL vi etjuip- \£2J ■
pasfpfti POII pptti Tia<s an pippfrip ■fnnnfpin* anr«fVipi* - 'Jut**-** _ «'■- . - « -,
LasLL.lll LUJiLLin iuiscui uicciiiL. iuuiiLciui, diiULUCi ..... „ <%i ," '.\ irif - kt1 i. Pvpii no^r flip vrAumn nf ci!p»c ie far hp\rrmr\ nnr
a superb allegorical panorama. Museums are !S^W^SBUm!P^S^^f%-^ i^ W-'''V ■ 1 r , , „, 1 „ 1 L j ■, ,
# interesting, but ours is to be simply a practical %BHkIUK !> ' :> W'l 1 I I earl y fanc y- but with ample capital to commandthe markets,
store — nothing meretricious. The entire S^-^^iPSraß^" ' ' ' : ■ **'?M ripe experience, clear judgment, and nice discrimination in «Qft
strength of the organization will be applied to rw»«M»" ri fV > — --— . — — °&3m buying, we expect to double our present selling several .*gg||}
prices and merchandise. From 18M t0 " B *- H °"™ b^ 0 c f 0™"0 ™" Second and Sprln « ! sl " times over.
rTftT* atMI ~T" rf looll^ ,•««»*>■-•»•« *-«,»^^; m^i : vs^;">^ There will be about 50 departments, covering nearty all lines kindred to the Dry Goods trade; but
«A* » f ifi^J^l^^S we will not sell groceries, drugs, shoes, men's clothing nor tinware. The main entrance will be on ,
#j - '"■-' - ™"^ Broadway, flanked by immense plate-glass show windows. There will also be a Hill street entrance. #fcg9a>
fe: /rf^ry^^ '' "*" *"^^SBB®^^Hl^H!^fe "1 n le rst oor you w^^ inc^ P^ ccc £°°d s > gloves, hosiery, laces, notions and men's furnishings.
WJPf^WMBB.' v . - ." . *-. 'M^^^^^f.^ri' : '• f| The second floor will be devoted to the sale of women's and children's ready-to-wear garments, and ©
||g^-'*"-~~fc^ff»^^ nothing else. On the third floor, the house-furnishing and wholesale departments; while the . '.,,. '"v
'-z^&mt&Ml fourth floor will be devoted to the costuming and manufacturing departments, and the Tea
#J mm 181)8 to IUO3 — On South lironriivay, hetneen Third and I'ourtU blrcets: kize of T> 111 mi 1 I,i 11>r n i/-v ■ i : '. /•3'SSwK
.tor*, iooxk'o ieet. Room — where luncheon will be served the public, from 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
only the Bicknell building to begin with. But this alone — being four I^^^^^^^!^ I BtliPlii|^^S^^^CM
be increased more tnan one thousand per cent. mus— nirkueu buimiuK <four «o«r»)j 00x3»7 t«et— uiroußU « o urn ioob — ui«mua uoor u t «. *■. coulter buimim,-; no t»n .»>
itrect. Urundwar. v
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