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U*n to th« arrest and convletlon «< anj
rerson caught stealing copl«s of im
temld from the Pr«rnl;«s of our pa
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will receive prompt attention. '
Louise Taylor, a negress, wag ac
quitted of ct charge of robbery by a
Jury in department one of the su
perior court yesterday*. The woman
was charged with having robbed W. C.
Hollenbeck, a saloon keeper.
Actress at Hospital
Little Miss Huntley, a member of the
Princo of Pllsen company, who was
Injured at San Bernardino on the Jour
ney to Los Angeles, was not recovered
enough yesterday morning to go with
the company. She was removed to the
New Orleans Embargo Raised
The embargo on passenger traffic
through New Orleans caused by the
recent epidemic of yellow fever has
been raised. Southern Pacific trains
are now running regularly through this
gateway, practically the same as be
fore the yellow fever broke out.
May Be In Contempt
A bench warrant was issued yes
terday for J. J. Mabb summoning him
to appear before Judge, Wilbur Decem
ber 12 at 0:30 o'clock in the superior
court to give some reason for not be
ing punished for contempt of court, al
leged to have been committed by send
ing letters criticising a verdict recent
ly handed down by Judge Monroe.
Invited to Los Angeles
R. S. Cauvin of the advertising de
partment of the Bait Lake railroad
is compiling data for a booklet that is
to lie hciu to the delegates in the west
who will attend the teachers' con
vention in San Francisco next July.
The purpose of the pamphlet will bo
to induce the teachers to come to Los
Angeles before they return to their
Has Largest Knife in World
The largest knife In the world, nnd
the only one of Its kind in existence,
is on exhibition In the show window
of the Stelnen-Kirchner company at
their Third street store. The knife is
valued at $2500, and . weighs over flfty
pounds. It contains more than thirty
different kinds of blades and Instru
ments, such as a naw, augur, screw
driver, spy gluso, shears, etc. It was
one of the prize cutlery show pieces
f-xhibited at the world's fair in St.
Sweeping Contractor Accused
P. A. Howard, street sweeping con
tractor, has been accused by one of
his employes of cutting the wage scale
I'stublishod by the city, and Monday
John Blakeman will go before the
council as a prosecuting witness
:t gainst Howard. Blakeman says that
although the city has decreed that not
less than $2 a day shall be paid for
work done for the city, Howard sel
dom pays more than $45 a month, and
sometimes the amount Is even less.
I Ie- also charges that Howard has vio
lated the eight-hour rule and has
worked his men overtime without pay.
Plans Grafton Tours
• The large office on the ground floor
tv the northwest corner of the Hunt-
Ington building, which has been rented
by J. H. Grafton of "Grafton Tours"
fame, will be opened January 11, 1906.
When fitted up it will be one of the
finest offices In Los Angeles. Mr.
(Irafton will conduct excursions over
the . Pacific Electric every day to
Mount Lowe, to tho beaches, to the
orange groves, and to many other
points. He will also run personally
conducted theater trains over the dif
ferent railroads. In a little pamphlet
issued yesterday he announced that
he has made arrangements for his
twenty-seventh Mexican party to leave
LO3 Angeles January 15.
Angelenos in Europe
Word has been received by Los An
gples friends from Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Hasklns, who are now visiting the
former's mother In Fennoy, . Ireland.
Mrs.' Haskins, well known under her
maiden name of Tessle Cooke, will soon
go 'to Paris to continue her studies
on tho harp. Sho In well known In
California as a talented harpist. Later
they will go to Italy, where Mrs. Has
kins will continue her studleH.
Falls From Scaffold
John Wilson, a decorator, fell from
a. scaffold while at. work in the store
•if C. M. Staub, -255 South Broadway,
shortly before noon yesterday and sus
tained severe injuries. "Wilson was
rendered unconscious by the fall. He
was removed to tho California hos
pital. It Is ' yet to be determined
whether Wilson Is suffering from con
t Mission or a fractured skull.
i Subscribe for Th« Los Angeles Dally
Mor« I<1 and got your Chrlstmud Rifts
J.H. Sterling, general traveling pas
senger agent for the Ptttabitrg & Lake
kiie railroad, la in Los Angeien on a
pleasure trip and for the purpose of
becoming ucquuinted with the different
lailroad otliclula her-e. Although for
fifteen' years he has been engaged In
inducing people to come west over the
lines of hla company this ia the first
time he has ever been west of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dtsston, Miss
Pauline Plsßton ana W. Dunlop of
Philadelphia' arrived In Los Angeles
yesterday, accompanied by a valet and
two maids. They ure staying at the
Van Nuys hotel uiul will leave In a
few days for Bantu Barbara, where
they will spend the winter. ■
Mr. and Mrs. N. 13. Waterhouae of
London are at the Angelua hotel. Their
trip to this country Is merely for pleas
ure and It is their intention of re
iMitliiliiK h«ro for the greuter part of
A. \\V Ohaffep. chief clerk at the
Wu»htagton hotel at Seattle, in regls
tered at the Angelus. Mr. (,'liaffee vis
its Lo» Angeles every wlnttr.
GIVE BOX PARTY
MISS DELIA PLUMBSTEAD IS
Young Women Served With Luncheon
at California Club After Be.
lasco Performance— Social
Newt of the Day
Young women of the Lambda Alpha
Sigma eororlty of the girls' collegiate
school were hostesses nt a merry box
party given at the Helasco theater yes
terday afternoon In honor of Miss
Delia Plumbstcnd, who will noon go
east lo be married to a prominent New
Y/>rk business man.
Miss Plumbstead Is a member of tha
nororlty and her sorority sisters and
their guests to the number of thirty
gathered to do honor to her. Gowned
In dainty llßht dresses they presented a
pretty picture in the Belanco boxes.
After the performance the party ad
journed to the California club, where
luncheon was served at a table beau
tifully decorated with pink roses, pink
shaded candelabra, pink satin ribbon
nnd maidenhair ferns. Places were
marked with heart-shaped enrds bear-
Ing cupid sketches.
Mlsa Jeanne Dennin chaperoned the
young women In addition to tho guest
of honor there were present as special
guests Misses Bell Forbes, Katherlne
Forbes, May Belle Barlow, Ruth
Forbes, Edna Barlow, Hazel Barlow,
Hazel Page, Frances Andrews, Olive
Kri.lt and Katherlne Peabody. Sorority
members of the party included: Misses
Hazel Banton, Marian Gartzmann, Qer
trudo Workman, Leta Murletta, Helen
F.mery, Marian Porter, Katherlne Saw
telle, Alice Elliott, Helen Swltzer,
Agnes Bethune, Grace Wolfskin, Grace
Harvey-Klder, Kulalie Rollins, Eliza
beth Pierce, Barbara Sawttlle, Lucy
Wolocott, Bernlce Heber, Catherine
Freeman and Shirley Kuhns.
Unique Afternoon Affair
Mrs. Charles Judge of 2942 Hobart
boulevard was hostess at a charming
little afternoon affair yesterday. Her
guests were entertained with a guess
ing contest. Advertisements of every
conceivable kind adorned the walls, and
prizes were awarded to those guessing
the names of the wares advertised.
Answers were marked on folders bear-
Ing dainty sketches. Mrs. William
Hamilton Cllne recei"ed the first prize,
a Florentine picture in a Florentine
frame, 'and Mrs. Charles Barnell re
ceived the second, a handsome desk set.
Ferns and carnations decorated the
ptetty home, and luncheon was served
at one long table in tho dining-room.
About twenty-five guests were enter
For Distinguished Visitors
General and Mrs. Adtm R. Chaffee
were complimented guests at a lunch
eon given yesterday at the Los An
geles Country club by Mr. and Mrs.
Sumner P. Hunt, who had as their
guests also Mesdamea Henry Albers,
Bert Harmon Merchant, Edward D.
Silent, Francis Thomas, Anna Ban
croft, John H. Norton, Charles Mon
roe, Joseph Savtori, John Griffith, Uod
frey Holterhoff, Allan C. Balch, Khel
ley Tolhurst, I2zra T. Stlmson, Othe
man Stephens, J. W. McKlnley, Wed
emeyer, Randolph Miner, Granville
MacGowan and Mlfis Katherlne Al
bers. Miss Waltc arranged the table,
which was decorated with a striking
combination of red Liberty roses, vio
lets 'and maidenhair ferns. The cen
terpiece was of the blossoms combined,
and at each end of the table thero was
a smaller design of violets and ferns,
while the blossoms were also scattered
over thn cloth. Roses arranged in tall
vases added to tho effect.
Gives Beautiful Luncheon
Mrs. J. S. Wooldridge of Kansas City,
Mo., who Is spending the winter nt
the home of Mrs. K. W. Britt of 71(1
West Twenty-eighth Ktroet, was guest
of honor at a luncheon given yester
day afternoon by her hostess. The af
fair was an informal one, but the
decorations were especially beautiful.
Covers were laid for twenty-four guests
at large tables, the autumn colors be
ing effectively combined in tho dining
room, while the winter tones prevailed
In the parlors. ■•?. — ;"■
Mrs. AVooldrldge is Mr. Brltt's aunt.
Entertains at Spanish Dinner
Mrs. M. O. Gonzalez delightfully en
tertained the members of the Burbank
Stock company at her home, 636 Sun
set boulevard, with a Spanish dinner
yesterday afternoon. Miss Stella Gon
zalez, her daughter, Is one of the
younger members in the company and
with Miss Fay Balnter, also . of the
company, celebrated their birthdays
at the, affair yesterday afternoon. Tho
pretty home was elaborately decorated
In the Mexican colors, red, white and
green. The rooms had been darkened
and the candelabra was shaded with
Have Special Guests
Mrs. Stephens of Oakland, Dr. Jlan
dolph Hill and H, T. Chasn were the
special guests at the lust meeting; of
the Trolley Whist dub at the horaf
of Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Valentine of
918 South Alvarado street. Other guests
included Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Brock, Mr.
and Mrs. L. 11. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J.
Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zucker. Mr.
and Mrs. Don A. Judd, Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Lynn
and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Westbrook.
Scores were kept on cards ornamented
with sketches of fancy heads and sup
per wan served at a table prettily dec
"I hid for yean aufftrsd from wh»lmedlc»l men
c«llrd D/tptpiU and Catarrh ot tin Btomach. In
Auku.i I purohmed a boi o( OatcaiUs aud w •• lur
prl«d to tiiiJ that I "had '•m"-y««— a wilding,
aqulriolnf man left mo. Judco our doctor 1 * aur.
SrUa wheu I ibowed him thirty fset, and In anothar
•r til* ram*lnd*r( about th* lam* Uarthlof a tape
worm that had been *appluf ur vitality for ;»n,
I h*T* oujoyed th*b**tofh«*lth «»*r tl noe. I irutl
ibll lo.UmOMl.l will apptal to oth.r •uB«ror«."
CANDY CATHARTIC -r^^
PlHiaut, I'alaUbla. fotapt. Taitadood, Oo Ooo*.
W*»*r«lcll«n, Weaken or Orip., II.!. »c, »«.:. K««.t
•old In bulk" Tli* c«iiuiu* Lol.l »t»uip*d 000.
Uuarauttad to oar* *r your won*? baolt.
Stoilin, K.ro.dy Co., Chicago qrH.Y. 594
ANNUAL SALE, TEK MILLION BOXES
LOS ANGELES HERALD j FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1905.
orat«d with pink ro«es. Mr. and Mm.
Arthur 3. Reid have asked the club
to meet with them Jan, 2.
Receive at Annual Dane*
Mm. J. J. Norton nnd Mrs. A. W.
Cooley, the officers of the ladles' auxlN
Iftry of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers, were assisted In receiving
tlirir guests nt tho fourteenth annual
rianrn given last evening at Kramer's
hy Mesdamen R. If. Bradley, 11.
Barnes, T* J. Hurt, 8. M. Colllna, H. C.
Orampton, W. Davl«, C. B. Diamond,
T>. Kager, C. W. Ena, W. Faunt, J. J.
Halpy, <\ T3. Mammon, C. W. Ilawley,
O. 11. lloldrlrlßP, C. B. Irelnnd, E. C.
Jordan, J. Jackson, fj. K. Lewl«, Oforge
Lewis, Walter T/mry, Bmi Llghtner,
Charles MfiComas, Frank McltrldA,
Frank McKntee, George Mclteyn6ld«,
M. T. MeCauley, W. A. Mlllnap, Annie
Martin, R. C. Martin, J. B. Moser, Will
Morgan, ,r. 11. Nwile, nobnrt Newhlll,
W. D. o'Ha.re, C. 11. Petrle, J. A. Hoar,
William Hotster, h. Ttnlford, John
ftelnhnrrit, K. C. Ht^pena, 8. P, Shep
ardson, Hnmllton Hpencer, John Sto
menger, J. X, Ht«>arn«, Charles W.
Wright, K. 1\ Webb and Sophia Wil
Bazaar and Dinner
Women of the Bt, James Methodist
church will hold n. bazaar thia after
noon and evening at the church, cor
ner Twenty-second street and Union
avenue. Dinner will be served from 6
to g o'clock. The following women
will have charge of the departments:
Mystery box, Mrs. Helen W. Cole;
fancy work, Mrs. L. King; domestic
Mrs. Dr. Holland; potted plants, Mrs.
Charles E. Hutton; candy, Mrs. C. S.
Hogan; dolls, Mrs. Ada Hutton; din
ner, Mesdames Halleck and Bice.
No Name Whist Club
Members of the No Name Whist club
were entertained last ovenlng at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Longley,
1109 West Sixth street Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Gurley were the special guests
and others entertained Include Mr. and
Mrs. AY. Q. Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Smith, Mr. and Mtb. W. F. Ball,
Mr. and Mra. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Hovls, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Can
Are Quietly Married
Samuel Blanc, assistant passenger
ngent for the Pennsylvania lines, and
Mrs. M. J. Menzlea were quietly mar
ried Wednesday In the presence of a
few Intimate friends.
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DOG EATERS WILL SHOW HERE
Igorrotte Village Will Be Exhibited at
Chutes Park and Canine Feast
Be Held Daily
The management of Chutes park has
contracted for the exhibition of the
Igorrotte village that attracted so
much attention at the St. Louis expo
sition and at the recent Portland fair.
To make everything complete arrange
ments have been made with the city
dog pound to supply the material for
a dogfest every duy In order that the
Igorrotte stomach may be regaled with
Its choicest viand and the Igorrotte
heart made glad.
There are seventeen men and boys and
seven women In tho village and they
live their life Just as they do In the
sunny Philippines. The ussertion Is
made that they will feel more at
home In Los Angeles than In other
places where they have been exhibited.
as the climate here Is more in keeping
with their scanty wearing apparel.
They will be placed on exhibition the
first of next week and will remain here
POLICE RAID OPIUM RESORT
Keeper of Place and Four Inmates, In.
eluding Brother of Famous
Prize Fighter, Arrested
The first of series of raids on opium
resorts In Los Angeles, which has been
ordered by Chief of Police Auble, was
successfully carried out last evening
when a squad of detectives swooped
down on a house ot Apablasa and Juan
streets and arrested Marie *Ruez, J. T.
Allen, O. L. Iluhlln, Phil Yaeger and
According to the pollen there Is to be
a continued activity to rid the city of
Ruhlln is a brother of Gus Huhlin,
the prize tighter.
Wong Yuen, the keeper of the place,
was released on $100 ball.
NOTICE TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS
ON WEST 7TH AND OLIVE STREETS
False reports having been spread abroad that tho undersigned, The Barber
Asphalt Paving company, declined to enter into contracts for the improve-
ment of West Seventh street, from Bixel to Park View, and Olive street,
from Fifth to Pico, because its bid was so low as to make the work un-
profitable, and it having been falsely reported that said The Barber Asphalt
Paving company had no Intention of performing the work in accordance
with its proposals, we hereby notify all property owners on said streets
affected by said improvements that our sole reason for declining to enter
into said contracts was that we were advised by our attorneys that the
proceedings were invalid and that we could not collect the assessments
upon completion of the work, and we hereby announce that we ar» now
and at all times have been willing to enter into private contracts for said
improvements at the pricas named in our bids respectively, to wit:
WEST SEVENTH STREET: Paving, 14.9 cents per square foot; curb,
29 cents per linear foot; gutters, 26 cents per square foot; sidewalks, 10
cents per square foot; oulverts, $4.50 per linear foot.
OLIVE STREET: Paving, 14.9 oents per square foot; curb, 29 cents
per linear foot; gutters, 25.8 cents per square foot; sidewalks, 10 cents per
square foot; culverts, $4.50 per linear foot.
THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
|S«|l By Way of Suggestion.... £f!iMB
||| Gifts for Women S
Ir&Vsf Banouct Our P p 'fect blue -whit* nnd extra JsSfi^X
ffiH^ W n" . white diamonds In 14-k, 18-k and f» WaL
rTSK X King' platinum mounting's. Diamond clus- $Jtr^
lEtST ■ LaCB Pins OrlKluul, unique nnd unusual effects m jEGnX
lV %r Cologne Exquisite cut glass or silver deposit w [fit
rtV^ Bottles °" cryßtul nnJ ruby crystal.
IflVUr A cumparlHOn of style* anil prices alway» welcoin* T»M
Hfll Brocß & Feagans M
VfJil Jewelers . . . 4th and Broadway Aw*
jf\ I Not*— Out of town patrons should write for our I /V*
(II complete Jewelry Catalog ''ll* ll|
"Verdl.Wagner" at Venice
This evening; will be •• Verdi-Wagn«r"
night at Venit*, the Ellery band pro
gram being mainly devoted to the
works nf thece two great composers,
vcrdl will be represented by a grand
selection from "La Forea del Destlno,"
for the first time In California; "AWa, 1*
I' , Trovatore" and "La TravlaU,"
while the Wagner numbers 'consist of
th« preltidM to "Lohengrin" and "Par
sifal," "Albumblatt No. 2," "Tristan
und Isolde," the "Tannhauser" march
and the "Evening Star" aria from the
name opwd, the latter as an euphonium
yoio by niso. A Schumann nnd Meyer«
beer number completes the list.
The last rehearsal for tho opening
conceit of the symphony which takes
place this afternoon at the Mason
opera house occurred yesterday at
Blanchard'hall. Director Hamilton Is
thoroughly satisfied with the work of
his orchestra and has a most pleasing
surprise for the many admirers of
orchestra mualo in this city. Mr. Pol
lock, the soloist, who has been a mem
ber of such musical organizations as
the Bostonlans, the Grau Opera com
pany and the Conrled Metropolitan
Opera company, has had his t»y before
the critics and they pronounce him a
great artist. He will be heard for the
first time In Los Angeles at the sym.
phony concert this afternoon. The first
1 umber will commence promptly at 8:39
and those who are not already In their
seats will be forced to remain In the
fcyer until the completion of that num
bfr. Special .-ates are being made for
teachers and students, and the price of
the symphony season tickets has been
teduced so as to place them within
teach of nil who desire to obtain ad
vantage of these programs. The sym
phony numbers are as follows:
"Sixth Symphony" (p. '.hetlque), op.
74 (Tschaikowsky); adagio, allegro non
troppe, andante, allegro con grazla,
allegro molto vivace, finale, ada
gio lamentoso; "Una Furtlva
Logtlma," L'Ellser d'Amore (Don
izetti; intermission; overture, "Melu
slne" (Mendelssohn); "Salut v" Amour"
(Elgar); finale from "Prometheus"
(Beethoven). Soloist, Frank V. Pol
A good sized audience greeted Chl
aftarelll last night at the Chutes. The
concert began with a prelude composed
by Chlaffarclll which demonstrated
the truth uttered by Arend of San
Francisco that Chiaffarelli Is a genius.
The Ninth Hungarian Rhapsody by
Liszt was the principal feature of tho
evening. It was given for the first
time with band 'arrangement, and the
llowers and (lags sent the leader were
as nothing to the sentiment felt by tho
audience In congratulation for such a
presentation of Liszt In America. Fe
dora was rendered with such a genius
as is seldom heard. Tn other words,
Chiaffarelli simply outdid himself.
Tho concert given by the faculty of
the Conservatory of Music last sight
was attend?d hy a large number of
persons, there being many who stood
lip during the entire performance. The
principal event of the program was
"Cuvalleria Rustlcana," in which Hol
and Paul sang Turlddu. Mr. Paul sang
with much . dramatic feeling and was
given much applause. While hln tone
could be broader, yet there shone In
him the passionate intensity of his
younger operatic days".
Mrs. Mary Unk-Evans made the
part of Rantuzza a reality. Her sup
port in the chorus was not perfection,
but was good for the amount of prac
Mrs. Beatrice Oaltdroren of 220 East
Fifty-fourth street entertained .a com
pany of friends informally last even
ing. The home was prettily decorated
nnd an- Informal program wns given.
Suppci* was served ut 9 o'clock.
CITY NEWS !N BRI£F
Kerainlc exhibit now on tit Blan
Assaying Night School. 318 E. First.
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225-7-9 S. Dro»dw«y V 334-6-8 S. 1101 SU V "
ONLY 14 SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS— The busy days are upon us. >'
Nearly all Los Angeles is gift buying. Eager holiday purchasers are filling every section
of this store. Every demand is being amply supplied in our great assortments of Christmas
merchandise. Whether the gift is to be the most inexpensive or very costly, the best selec-
tion is assured here. We cannot suggest too strongly that all who have not yet done so
begin their shopping at once. The early morning hours are best for leisurely selection.
Only 14 shopping days till Christmas. '
Gift Handkerchiefs Real Lace Sale Continues
An uncommonly Rood handkerchief at ft very pom* Ararat*. Vi Und.r Vain.
mon price. All linen, hemstitched handkerchiefs,
with quarter-inch hemn, fine xheer quality, -em- We foresaw Jh« Manon '■ nnprweden t.d dsmandfor
broldered with pretty corner effect* nnd floral de- laces-cauKht the Idea In advance «tyle« 1 from
«lKn«, Including taped borders; 85c qualities for nbroad month, ngo. The unusually low prices of
SI7G a half dozen. today nhow the advantase of this advance
lI. iC a null aozen. knowledge. We bought liberally before the great
r> J /»! O n j.. demand upon the makers besan— before prices
UOOQ UIOVCS Otiy UriierS commenced to advance. Prices averaga a quarter
A woman I* always needing gloves-there's no to a third under present duy retail values,
gift you can uncure for a like expenditure which -«»/ w>i • *.*. o vj.
Is surer of meeting with favor. And if you buy \2Vxt HanneiCttCS 5C id*
Ucula^sort^he^nncles-long or kid or Bilk. Fleeceback flannelettes, 27 Inches wide, Just the
plain or cmbroldered-the latest novelties In each weights and patterns you are most anxious to get
style tor wrappers, klmonas and dressing sacques. One
These glove orders are attractively printed cards hundred brand new pieces In Persian and other
with suggestive decorations. No charge for the handsome designs, 80 a yard, Instead of lZVic.
card; you simply pay regular price for the gloves. _. . . n - ,
Fine Blankets Reduced
Gift Stationery 25C It's the part of the blanket you tuck In that
Baton-Ilurlbuf. correspondence paper, and other JJSSSlh^hSS'w™ offering sClal^ale are
makeß that nobody pretends to better, in attrac on ""^ Th ese \v ere « ring at «^l' .!? l^ n^*
s'^^rr'e^uced 1 £*£?? box" *** "° B ° C> » "firm.^£TZS^^i&ttft&^
specially reduced to 25c a box. b ' ]ue ot fe(J An( , ,f, f you byy blftnketB hera
_«,,- rr _- you needn't suspect their slightest previous use by
PlllOW TOOS 25C anybody— we look out for that and guard against
,r . . , . . it much more sharply than you ever will.
Many extremely rich ones In the lot— lithographed « 3 - 5 for wn lte wool blankets worth I 4.60.
styles; others of tapestries, silk. Cheney Bros. $4 g5 for wh j te woo i blankets worth I 6.00.
foulards and such dainty materials. Few places j5j 5 65 for wn t te wool blankets worth $ 7.00.
where their equals can be had for fifty to Beven- .88. 88 - for wool blankets worth $11.00.
ty-flv* cents or even a dollar. And we can't sell
them' for twenty-nve cents after this selected lot lrV/t««#tiv IT<i«*c
of about two hundred Is gone. ■ TWUriUjr lUIS
— . - -, . n r/ g\gr> Furs of the sort upon which fashion and good
t Gold Mesh Purses Vt Off P r o t teav e ai h Tnd ll S y ora t ., th ss e c). r d 8 a e t a co o m f P lr=.y T
Fancy flsh-scnle gold mesh purses with tops of tie prices. Short scarfs of black hare, finished,
plain or chased gold— some of them Jeweled, at with two tails, $1.85; short flat scarfs of sable hare,
prices a third under actual worth— J4.6o to $26.60 satin lined and trimmed with Bilk, fringe orna-
each. Every one Is of high grade workmanship, ments, $3.15; shawl collars of black hare, satin
and will make a gift of elegance. lined, four tails, $4.35. ,
TVlpm'c X!!l&ssk ($$ &&&Qf n Extra
Made to Order y^^^S P ants
fbrOnlysls <^^^ Free
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
We will Qive absolutely free with every suit ordered today or tomorrow an extra pair of styliih trousers
absolutely free. Think of it! A high-class made-to-order suit for leas than the cost of "ready-mades," '"
and an extra pair of trousers thrown in. You can't afford to miss it.
710-718 South cTHain Street— Near Seventh
Fancy" China— Special Prices
will place on special sale a complete line of fancy imported German china.
Pretty teapots 25c Celery trays 25c
Painted sugar bowls 25c Chocolate pots $1.50
Dainty cream pitchers 15c Chocolate cups and saucers 25c
10-inch painted salad bowls .40c Cracker jars '75^
8-inch painted cake plates 25c Handsome cups and saucers 35c and 20c
Tononpcp Vfl^PQ Prett y 4-piece tea sets 60c
J apaneSe V aSeS Handsome celery trays i S c
Handsome Japanese vases, 35c, 50c, $i.oo, Pretty sweet pea vases 15c
$3.00, $3.00 and up to $75.00. Dainty preserve dishes 15c
_ . Salt and pepper shakers 10c
Silverware Pretty cake dishes "..... 20c
Handsome sugar bowls, cream pitchers, but- dainty jelly dishes 15c
rings, water pitchers and many other hand- LaiTIDS
some pieces. f A-/cUl.ipo
Our Anti-Trust prices make this line very We are showing a complete assortment of
r*iQoexxrof#» Fancy lamps, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $3.00, $1.75.
VlicUsoWdlG Electrical lamps with pretty shades, $10.00,
Fancy oil bottles 25c $9.00, $8.00, $7.00, $6.00, $5.00.
Princess Dressers Dressers Iron Beds
We undoubtedly have the befjt line $18.00 solid oak dresaer; has 2lx Positively our line of iron beds Is
cf Princess dresers in Los An- 40-Inch shaped base with full not equaled In Los Angeles. Wo
s-elea You will be disappointed swell divided top drawers; have all tho latest colors and de-
If you do not inspect our line be- handsome beveled Fioneh plate signs. Every combination or single
fore you buy. mirror. Our Anti-Trust price, cc lor. Old gold, Quaker gray, Aus-
y " ... . w.„ »12.75. trlan red, dull black, Vernls Martin.
»17.00 handsome solid oak Prin- aluminum, green, blue and brown,
cetis dresiier. Has full swell front $21.00 solid oak dresser... slB.so The prices are all Btrictly Antl-
and fancy shaped Reveled * ranch | 2300 |jd k drMMP ,.,si B ,o*; Trust and our prices never change.
KftMt Our 6 TfU<t 4K19 7ff VMO whit. m.pl. dresser $11^ J7.00 Iron bed, .II colors. $5.00
Anti-Trußt price fit.* s $20.00 whit. m.pl. drtser $15,|) $B*o Iron b.d, .11 colon $6.00
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