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Btran**r» art tnvltW t« '"t!iU tlie Mhllilt
ef CiillforniA product) at th# Chamber of
C«mn«rM bnlliJln*. * Broadway, b«tw«»n
rir«t «nd S«<-nnd •trtts, wh«r« fren \ntor
nation will h« «lv«J on all nubjoctt p«r-
Ulnlnc to thl« Mctloj
LIVE CIV AGENTS
WHO SELUTHE HERALD
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IIOTEfi VAN NlT+t nHOADWAY news
< ulnnil, 410 jtmitlllrniiitmiy, rl«y.
HOTBIi NATICKiew* *«nnil, 110 West
*- Flrnt atrert, cltl
MOTRIi' ■ HOM.KinErK news stand,
• Sironii and Spmjt Mreeta, rltr.
n. T. OAllltiM-U. 303 South SprlßK
--••tr»»t« city. \.. -.
I.' nOTEI, ANOKI.t;* »*■*»» «t«nfl, corner
»F«nrth nn<l Jlprlik «treet», city. •
IIOTKI, WRSTMIIisTBII neim atnnd,
corner Fourth aiM Hnln «tr**t«, rlty.
IIOTK.I. nOSSI/V*V, 437 South Main
- - Ktrect, city.
n. A. ROHNi 813 S ith Spring street,
MONTOOMRRY A Ti fR. corner Seventh
RAMONA O"n00K CflirANY, HOT West
■ Fifth utrcet, city. |_'
11. W. COLLINS, 83390 nth Main atreet,
J. IIAWAK, llot*lfL«nkcr»lilm ' new*
■ , atnnd. corner Sevjith nnd Broadway*
NrIV^ERA'IIOOK <JmPANV, 651 South
Hor,ME" B nOOK r<"c*lt'ANY,r < "c*It'ANY, 441 South
HOTEL NADIBAtH*w« atanil, corner
' Flrat and Sprltijtitrei-ta. cltr-
OLIVER A HAINB, 108 South Sprlnff
■ Ktrrrt, clfy. I . ' ..
HOTEL VAN NTOH"" atnnd, Fourth
' and Main utrcet city.
H. E. MOORE, in2P»«n<l'nri are. _ '
;■', H. t SIOLInTO, corsr. Seventh nnd Hill
FREEMAN" MCrfRE COMPANY, Sls
tccntb nnd M«lMr«t«, city. . ■■
MR. HARMON, I North Daly atreet,
MR. 'bANSEßTifeorncr Seventh nnd
,'.- >Alvnrndontr**, <-lty.
' MRS. KORBELIiIBeB Enat First street,
nANKS « GR«N,' 1900 South Main
HOl"rES C RoWcOMPANY, 257 South
M. MA".'HENN?'«iEa.t Fifth street, rtty.
:>; N. w LOENNEOJBR, *31 Ea«t Fifth
■ O.?> 2448 South Main
B. AMOS, 814 l*»t Seventh atrect, city.
'•--■ K. JOPE. R2O T«*t Seventh Mrcet, city.
O. SAKKLAHf. 515 North Main street,
■ aAc'onMORpNSEN", 812 No. Mnln St.
' -nHPJfRY POnTII, 023 Central Aye. >
A. 8. RAI>P«II7 Commercial St.
■ XV. L. SHOCJ'EY, 1,51 No. Main St. J
MAX ROTHJCSAR CO., 100 South Main
■ v atreet, cltl
J. R."ALfcEIIB4<J Enat Flr«t Mrect.
I.ADD * STRY. 2133 En«t Flrnt atreet.
I C TATIS, 2* Emit Fourth utrcet. . .
'PU PHEI,F( 172S EnHt Seventh iitrcet.
|M, J. jhjJ, 2100 Eaut Ninth atreet..
J. niLERIA,ISO4 Emit Ninth atreet.
■ iA. METZGft. Sl» Kn«t Ninth Mreet.
MR. CUTPSH, corner Enat Flrat and
' F. DF.HMpW. 28n2 Went Pico otreet.
L KORFOLISTOVB CO., 2663 West Pico
'j A.V ll LL e ARt2«7a Went Pico atreet. ■ • ■
■-• -I. M. LAJTON, corner Pico nnd Hobaom
' i E."'B? eB^LINOAME f 2815 Weat Pico
■ S." Ht'VEW, 330 Weat Waahlnstou
-*' ' ntrret< ■ ' ■ :-3,*./*-"-i:-3,*./*-"-i '. •-
"-' *A. EMIITEAn. 2020 South Main street.'
H. STR'KLIIV. 20(53 Snnfn Fe avenue.
H. C. ALE. 524 Kant Fifth street..
■ A. M. JIJFF, Twenty-!lrat atreet. nnd
f '■- 'Map!avenue. • . .;.-■:. ■■.;.
'. 'J. K. »KE, 2020 Central nvenne.
.- DAVlit SATCHE3LL, 105 North Boyle
;.-»; T.*X"flilSß. 2001 EHHt Mnln utrcet.
J. VAPEZ, IS2O Enut Main street. '
MRsihV. STANFIELD, 430 College
■ ■ utrVt. ■"• ■ ~ '■ ■'
■ F. SfWARZENDHL, 840 Buena Vista
':■: ■ '■•"T'" " ' ' ' ' :r;^-"
•Dr./ndall Lecture ...
' "jio Are God's Ministers?" will be
the/übject - of. Dr. Alexander J.-.'Mc
- - ivrfTyndall's. lecture Sunday evening
Wnan Blocks Track ■»
■ f/fs.. M.*,J.'. Gallagher was fined.s23
'■" y/terday ' morning by' Police Judge
' I'oambers ■ for.' being intoxicated and
„ fusing: a blockade : of the • street; cars
Wi Main* street Monday. Mrs. Gallagher
";/ood on' the tracks and refused to
presented With Pin .'■• ■"' '•;',',;■::]'?
I Mrs. • Nettle. Howell was presented
/with' a' gold badge pin yesterday by the
'•• /spiritualists attending the camp meet
/lng at-Mlneral park, In token of appre
/ ciatlon of her efforts in; behalf of the
/ camp meeting and advocacy of the
/. cause", of' spiritualism. '. HV r
/ iSays He Was Beaten
Suffering from bruises, Cririano Cinon
was i' taken v'from/ his room -on North
' Maln'f street: to jhe receiving hospital
yesterday morning. Cinon says a waiter
and :J the,; keeper/ of a; restaurant on
\ North) Main street attacked . him and
. kicked' him intcj insensibility. '
Caught In Shafting
(<( < In'; attempting to put a belt on a
pulley, at the n/achlne shop of the Wal
lace-Lenderarr«h company, 2905 Central
avenue, > yesterday afternoon, John
: Schmidtmler if 1342 Myrtle avenue be
cume entangl/d In the shafting and'his
right.. leg was broken in two places be
tween the anKle and knee. He was re
moved to '• the . emergency. hospital for
".; rnedlcal < attention. "
Funeral of Ipajor Bonsali
IS, The' fune'rlil , of Maj.' W. H. Bonsali
will* befell .Monday" afternoon at 2
o'clock ' f roW the ' family residence^ 1315
West 'Adanp ; street. : Dr. J. J. Wilkins,
dean and /rector of St. Paul's pro
cathedral,' will: officiate. The pall
bearers ,wl 1 be : members of the Loyal
Legion ,;ar 1 G. A. R., .of which the
deceased ? vas a ' member. ■■■; Interment
will ' be nude In Rosedale cemetery. ■■'•■■
Negro Bo '8 Accused
i,Wllllam Simpson and William ' John
son, two ' negro lads, are' held . at , the
detention home ' on ' the _ charge of < lar
qeiiy, co nmltted . yesterday fc morning.
Miss 2 Jen lie Holland .of 3603 Vermont
avenue hi -ed the lads to clean windows.
Shortly; I fterward Miss / Holland \dis
covered i hat they - were , missing and
also st puree containing it and a promis
sory note ft>r $200. Fatrilman Craig* ar
rested the pair.. -./ .-
Requiem Mass for William Glass
A solemn.-, requiem mass for the re
pose'of the'eoul of (he late. .William
Glass,", brother * to . Veer Rev. ; Dr. J. 8.
Class, C. M,, presldeijt of St. Vincent's
lollege, will' be ' held/Monday morning
i» 8 o'clock at St. / Vincent's church.
Rev. J. K. Ljllley, Cf;M., will be cele
brant;, Rev. H. MJMurtaugh, C. M.,
deacon, and , V. 11l Mcilugh suli-dea
ron.. Mr. Ola sb redded in Los Angeles
about eighteen yeas ago. The funeral
. was held * yesteroly in Bedalla, ' Mo.,'
where Dr. a^s'^fflciated. :
ELDERTON FAMILY TROUBLES
- AGAIN IN COURT
EATS AT HUSBAND'S CAFE
Proprietor of Boston Restaurant Ob.
Jeota Because Bpouse Ordered
Ten Cents' Worth In Excesa
of Stipulated Diet *
As a result of a quarrel over a.lO«
cent relish, which occurred several
days ago in the Boston restaurant,
Mrs. Emma Elderton was compelled
yesterday to appear before Judge
James in department aeven of the su
perior court and show cause' why she
Rhoultl not be fined for contempt.
The order to show cause was con
tihued for one week, but the complaint
was read and according to its allega
tions Mrs. Elderton has been grossly
negligent in obeying . the court's re
otratnlng order' Issued several weeks
ago In which she was restrained from
Interfering with ; her husband's busi
ness. '<•,', ,
Suit for divorce was filed by Mrs.
Elderton against her husband, W. C.
Elderton, proprietor of the ' Boston
restaurant and manager of -the' Hia
watha lodging house, several months
Since the filing of the suit Elderton
has filed ■ two cross complaints charg
ing his wife with nearly every domes
tic misdemeanor possible. ..The con
duct' of 'the' woman, j according to .the
allegation ' of Elderton, was so : offen
sive to him that: he at last requested
the court to . restrain ■ his wife from
Interfering in his business. Since that
time Mrs. Elderton has been . living on
a 25-cent | meal limit. * This was 1 also
a rranged by. Elderton, who complained
that his wife would not pay for any
of her meals and ; that , because of his
financial condition Jhe could not afford
to give away more than 25 cents' worth
of food. at each meal.
Since the; restraining order Mrs. El
derton Is- alleged to have committed
numerous offenses. .On one ' occasion,
according to' the J complaint, \ she en
tered the restaurant and ordered a
meal. J One of the. girl waiters served
25 cents: worth, .<of , the order and Mrs.
Filderton Is alleged to have -sent ths
girl back for the remainder". • Contrary
to the orders of Elderton the waitress
brought back ja' 10-cent relish, ". where
upon; she was discharged. Mrs. Elder
ton, according, to allegation, then arose
and told the girl: to ; meet her i outside
and went among the customers asking
them , to appear as -witnesses for her
at.- the , divorce, y Many ; , oif * them fled
the restaurant . without finishing their
meals jln order ' to | dodge subpoenas.'.' ;
CALIFORNIANS TO LEAVE
Southern Delegations Will Depart To.
day for Week's Stay at .Lewis
; , and Clark Exposition..- ' '•'•
• ' One; hundred . and '.'■) fifteen . persons
compose the ■ par ty* of : excursionists
which leaves at 8:43 o'clock this morn
ing for Portland /to'representi Southern
California at the. exposition during the
week •of celebrations ' which ' begins
Monday. . ;-, '- ■;.-. :. ;.; - .v. ' ■.;...'...
'■'. These go on- a special train . of eight
coaches,' five Pullman ■ sleeping .cars.
one observation^ ;carj one- baggage car
and a dining car. Assistant Secretary
H.. 8.. Gurley of :. the Los Angeles
chamber of commerce Is , in- charge
of, the . party and will ■ be. drum major
of the -delegation on all -its pilgrim
ages' In and about, the exposition city.
He jls [ the source of information and
the custodian of the plans for the en
tire week's program.- ■ ■ ':■;,: j
Each member, of . the party , will be
provided with .a badge of • cejlulotd,
oval in ' shape, .and pinned ■ over a • rib •
bon. ; iOn ]the .badges are the ;words,
"Southern ( California. "\Ve r are f the
people." On the ribbon Is the
words, "Los ' Angeles chambe'Kgf com
merce "excursion -. to Portland, July,
1905."., ■-■ : ' ■■' ; ■••. : ■ • ■.' ■ ■.■;"■ ' :?:
. Composing ■ the . party ■ are ; represen
tatives of nearly every city, town anS
village In j Southern \ California, . These
out-of-town citizens ''assembled In -Lbs
Angeles yesterday and last night - and
became a part of -the excursion party
by registering with Assistant Secretary
Gurley. ' ' \:.'. ■ •;-;■ ; -N' :■,...., i
MAYOR GETB NO HELP ' ' •" ,
IN LIBRARY SQUABBLE
.The. council will .not take the Initia
tive In the library squabble. The leg r
Islatlve ■ committee j reported j yesterday
afternoon advising: ', the council ,. to let
thie mayor take y such ■ action as he
deemed best. 1 , Councilman Barney
Healy made a : minority report recom
mending that the council order an.ln
vestigation, but -It ,' was . lost and the
recommendation of the committee to
keep ' "hands off" was \ adopted.
W. R. C. Meeting
• Eartlett-Logan post' No. 7, Woman's
Relief Corps/will, hold a' meeting ut
Its hall,'. 617^ South' Broadway, at 7:30
o'clock this evening." "'
l''n»< Trnluo to I'alalina
On the Halt. Lake Koute leave Los An
geles at 7:40 and 9 a. in., 18:80 p. m.,'
daUy- except Sunday; .on Sunday only
at 8:45 v. m. Extra boat' on Saturdays
connects with -, train leaving. Los An
geles 5:25 p. in.; same convenient sched
ule returning. Passengers traveling on
the* Salt, Lake; Route get first choice
of steamer accommodations, In addition
to a beautiful seashore. ride from Long'
Beach to San Pedro. : ■ - -■■•■■
• Information 250 South Spring street.
Both ' phones B!i2. . ■ First street station.
Homo 490, Main 4095. , ■
V A square deal for every iinuker who
uses La* Palmas cigars. ,*tett*3
• It to\x »aul lv " *m •»»•, C. ' Hnydom,
i A**ut IlTlooU Cantra.l K. H.. 11l S. SurlnM. .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1905.
HUSBANDSAYS WIFE EATS TOO MUCHAT HIS RESTAURANT
MR. AND MRS. W. C.ELutRTuN
OBJECTS TO WIFE
SOCIETY WOMAN SUES FOR
Cv "Vi DIVORCE /V
SAYS: SPOUSE WAS CRUEL
Mrs. Elsie McCracksn Avers That Her
"■';' .Husband Told Her to.Cut Out";;-;
J...; : , All < Devotions— Both Make '
•'.■I ;■,- ;..;' Accusations ■■ •' •'■ ' ' '•'"
.'Falling; to secure a. divorce from -her
husband on^ the , allegation of misbe
havior,* Mrs. Elsie MeCj- acken.,' .a' society
woman : ;of 'Los '.■Angeles,' -has • iigrain ; 'en'r
t.ere.d suit 'against her spouse, chargins
Him with cruelty in .that hie mocked her
when she: tried to say. her prayars. ,'. '.
' TheMcCracken case has been In the
local courts for some" months , past.' It
first; came jto j the - notice iof j the police
during October of last year, When a' dis
turbance occurred at the home of' Mrp.
Margaret. Day. ":,v ■,"■".. ', ; .'•' : . ' '■
> When'; the police investigated they
found that Mrs.' McCracken had visited
the Day. home in search of her husbani
and had thrdwji a billet of wood through
one .. of the windows. ■'..' Mrs. Day' had
responded j by, firing . two ' shots at Mrs.
McCracken.; The arrival of the officers
prevented further hostilities. "'-"■ • .".
' About' two .months ago. the case was
called-for hearing. before Judge Conrey
and because of the', salacious details
the doors of the court room ■ were closjd
to the public. \ ln the. complaints, 1 how
ever; both 'husband and wife . callei
each other hard names and' charged
each' other with misbehavior. The (ic
cree was denied each I and the j second
petition has resulted. .'.' . . .•',"'; :"
Objects to Prayers
:■ "On the first day; of/our, marriage,"
says Mrs..-McCracken. th<' the.hew peti
tion, i "1, • following ' my Christian rear
ing, knelt down to 'say. my, prayers. • I
had 'hardly started, when. I was inter;
rupted by j the voice ; of j my , husband.
'Get up from there and cut that out,' he
said in a mocking tone.;* Since that time
he has bi-en cruel to me. ' " .. ;
• "On another occasion ■ I alighted from
a street car before he did and walked
directly; to the' sidewalk ,tp f 'wait ■' for
him. He became enraged and' In. the
presence of a passer-by called me ad- 4
f.ool ■ and told -me never."' to do ' that
Nearly, a hundred other, complaints
were made by the woman and a number
of them ,were- stricken out 'when 1 the
petition was read before Judge James
SAYS SHE HAD TAINTED MEAT
Mrs. Henry Dick Objects to. Quality of
Food Sent by. Husband
; Charging ', his .wife -with , making ugly
faces at him, Henry. Dick ;or . Weet
Eleventh street, yesterday 'filed a cross
complaint to the petition brought 'by
the. wpniav In Judge ; Bordwell'a -de
partment'of the. superior 1 court, V
/.The Dlok troubles have extended over
the' entire married " life. . of the couple.
The climax was reached several weeks
ago when Mrs. Dick left . her home
and ■; went,' to ' live "with i a' spiritualist.
She ft led' BUlt- for divorce two days
later, alleging her husband was cruel
to her in that- he sent her tainted—
not money, but meat to eat. She also
charged him : with refusing to allow
her fuel for ; a . fire. S ' • ''•'<
Dick, In hls'answer, charges his wife
with a. - multitude of Dins. , He alleges
She spent all her time reading novels
Instead of, making the beds and . get
ting him • his supper. | According to his
statements she spent more of her time
taking, "sittinss", with Mrs. . Kramer,
the;. spiritualist,: than with -fixing up
her home. .•* ' . 1 .'."• ■•*■" :
I Further. evidence was furnished by a
! boarder in the Dick home, who testitle-1
the woman made faces at her husband
w.'iejiever - his. back < was. turned, and!
would kiss him good-by in the morning
and then deride, him after he had
started away. : .'.•... '
'■..' ■'•'■ Too Lavisli With Monsy- -
. ;Anrtie L-. .'■ 'Llmbrock; • who recently
sued for a. divorce from her husband.
Herman , C.' Limbrock, .was 'denied a de- ;
tree, yesterday. In .handing'" down his
decision'; Judge -Trask- asserted - that ;
I both were to blame in being, too lavish
with their money." Limbrock holds a re
sponsible \ position wlth't a.' Broadway
furniture company. • .- ; • '• I
1 ". '. '. Two Sscure Divorcss ■„• ■■'-.' '.'
I In", the • suits '■ for. divorce ; of Mrs. So
phia ■ Saunders .- against Robert j Saun
ders;and Mrs. Mary Sylvester against
C. : S.' Sylvester.' yesterday, petitions |
were granted '• the ; plaintiffs ..in 7 both
cases.'. Both '.women .alleged desertion.
. ■ 7" -Alleges Cruelty' • . • . ;
.'.Lela.R. -Sims" entered suit for divorce
against Nathaniel "Sims In Judge Con
rey's court \ yesterday, alleging . extreme
cruelty.- Mrs. Sims asserts her husband
pulled her hair, pinched her arms- and
choked her and that he frequented the
Ascot 'cjices. , The husband says his
wife' is guilty of misbehavior. .''
Put Boys to Work ',-■■■ :
■ Habeas corpus 'proceedings were in
stituted yesterday .' by ''Mrs. Lucy J.
Freer against John Freer ■In . Judge
Bordwell's department of tne superior
court. • The woman . alleged j her • hus
band, following their divorce last-Oc
tober, ' took ' his two boys from 1 , the
house and put them , to work on,- a
ranch near El Monte. The suit was
taken under advisement. , ' ' . '
COUNCIL PAYS /TRIBUTE . ; ' ./.;-/
'<'; TO LATE MAJOR BONSALL
AjThe council adjourned yesterday af
ternoon out of respect to the memory
of the late Major . William i'H. Bon-'
sail, who was president of the.. council
during his , term from 1890 fo 1892. Res
olutions of regret were presented by
President Summerland \ and adopted
unanimously. The council will ' not re
assemble until August 6, as nearly all
of the city fathers are going away on
their vacations.; Councllmen. Ford,
Healy, Houghton and Hlller will leave
today on the Lps Angeles special for
Portland. A number of the others
will visit . near-by resorts." Mayor', Me-
Aleer was granted a leave, subject to
notice. from the city clerk.
Laxative Ilromo Quinine, tba world wide Cold
Curv. remove* tn« cuuse Call for tl>* full iianm
tnd look tor iltnatur* of K. W. C^rov*. Sic.
: ' Shu KrunvUvo Hotels •■■'<« •
1 If you are going to. spend' a > week or
month In San Kraucisro the most com
fortable way Is to take an apartment
all ready for housekeeping. You 'will
find the very best accommodations ai
the Luxor Apts.. 857 Octavla street, San
•' a, cigar c after ' jjpur own heart — Las
Palmae. : • ..,..■■,..., . . - ■
HOTELS AND^BEACH; RESORTS : .
2?ww },*Ke sort,
. The best i.imp la the Ban Gabriel canyon. '• Goofl llghta. Bpltltdld mu»le. Plenty of
shade. Good accommodations,. ■*•'•*, raaaantbl*. BciokUt on rvguMt, Addroiw
HAVES POrrKft, AlUjJ*, Cul, .'" " ' ' »■>- .- , ■ .--%;,<
■•--—<■* -.-• ■ ■ •'■';■'•• • ' '.•■■■'
Our Store Is Open AH Day Saturday
225-7-9 S. Broadway V 224-6-S S. Hil SU. w'
More Blankets Silh Shirt Waists
It's obvious that in order to turn your ttllQA/OSIUIIICS •plOks
thoughts blanket-ward in midsummer we
must offer unusually strong inducements, both Suits that are in the height of favor
as to price and -quality. }This we're doing, —at a price below what others pay
through the sale now, at 20 • per cent to 30 for them to sell again. We don't
per. cent discount, of fine quality, white wool propose to carry over a single sum-
blankets , secured frdm the foremost mills mer suit— hence the sacrifice,
during their slack season. You may choose from black,
$2.85 White Wool Blahksti. 11-4 si«, $2.15. white, navy, light blue, brown, onion,
$9.00 White Wool Blankets, 11-4 sizs, $5.85. myrtle green, reseda, grays, fancy
$3.00 Whits Wool Blankets, 10-4 size, $2.00. plaids, checks, stripes, etc., in chiffon
$6.75 White Wool Blankets, 10-4 size, $4.55. taffela, pongee, rajah, crepe "de chine
The blankets In this sale at $4.4s— actually worth and Japanese silks — every popular
$7— are full size, wtigh 5 pounds, and are made of style, many with fancy net waists,
fine white wool, pink^ or blue borders, taped en is. at i 18(50 though no ' Suit in the ! lot
or blue borders ; regular $10 valu:. . .: that to $45..
On Monday XBBBI
XAn Extraordinary Event in Wash; Goods — Watch Monday
Morning's Papers for Particulars. , ,
Amsterdam Silk Gloves Val. Lace Sale
You will never be disappoint id with the We propose to speedily clean up an ex-
fit, color, style or wear of tra good line of Valenciennes lace^ edges
double-tipped silk gloves. Guarantee and insertions of the very best
.*? .' . Italian, and some German rpund mesh,
ticket with every pair. and ribbon \ beading effects ; in widths
o4t the Glove Counter. ; from 5^ to 2& inches— worth^ $1.35 •to
$2.75 a dozen— at a dollar a dozen yds.
Men's Surf Suits ' . .
au wool bath^g suits, with fuii length , Worthy Handkerchiefs
sle=ves, ankle; length, trunks; regularly Best qualities i in sheer linen and linen
$4; cut today' to $3.50. cambric handkerchiefs,' loc each ora dol-;
All wool black suits, full length sleeves, lar a dozen.
three-quarter trunks; regular. $3.50 . In all probability your initial; is present
qua'ities cut to $3. • ' .. ' •! in this lot, though assortments : aren't;
Fancy top combination suits— all wool, fully complete : \ 35c Poppy initial : hahdV
mercerized, in various colors ; $4.50 kerchiefs for 25c ; 25c Poppy initial hand-
va'ues cut : . to $3 75. '.''.,- "'.'•. kerchiefs at 20c:.
. Heavy woo! combination suits; regular' Full assortment of Kimono handker-
sl.7s and $2 qualities cut to $1.50. ". chiefs, 7 for 50c.
'y^ $22*50^ ;S2aOO and $18.00
Newest, Nobby, and Swagger Patterns,' Tailored Right Up
; to the Minute, at
I — — — — — ; -r—. 7T^ tt
I While building -your house, be sure and
I arrange for
in every room. They ■ are beauties!
Call > and ace them and arrange for
gas ■ supply, at our new office and
store, J>39 So. Kill street -
Peoples Independent ; Gas
IBm.a. M T 111 1 JJ 1 I^3 BB 1 111 1 1 1 ■
rutf-at tb : .1 reel. Garden car. V Uulf : I SM
for •l«»«nt lota. 4txlSsi oement w»lki 0v«.
Net wld*, curb* (treat! graded. olUd. Al»n«
en traot, . No »uch barcaln* »lu«hiri. r
1. WUSHtUJBAXQIZH. 11l l*M»aUa Mulldlaa.
. ~~ Obt«inable "of-—- .
Waiter . I. Seymour, ,
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