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RtranfAtc or* .»vit6<! to visit th« #x*
Mbft <r. f'nllfornln. products At th«
Chamber ef Commerrs. bulldlnjr, on
J:t..nflway, bttween First ftnd fiecond
»tr*#ts, wn«r« fre« Information will b«
«rlvrn on all subjects pertaining to this
- Th« BmM will psy JlO In cash to
fnyone furnlwhlnir «vld»nc« that will
m<! to the nrrest nnd conviction of nny
r*mon raiißht ateallnff copies of Th#
IT#n»ld from th« premls^i of our pa*
tron«. . THH HERALD.
Fr« B mtm!o will b« furnished for t>rl
v»ts house piirtl«», lawn or ten parties
by nendlnjt request to the Circulation
rl^pnrtment of The) Herald. An expert
operator with one of The JToriild Talk-
O-Fhon»«. Including R delect lln* of
np-to-dntu music nnd Honors, will be
•upplled for eny nrrnnlon In ftnjr part
Of th« city dbnolutply free of charge.
All thnt Is tieeexKnry Is to give ample
notice ot dute reaulred.
In Bankruptcy
nuhln Jtonn, n. inrllpn' tailor, filed hi*
petition In bnnkruptry yesterday In
tlie fedprnl court, 1 tin liabilities are
$2317; nonet k, $1732.
Tells Philippine Experiences
The Army of the Philippines will
meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock, nt
fil7 Houtii Hroadwuy. Colonel Mones
will speak on his experiences In the
Philippine lnlsHids.
St. Vincent's Players
The Ht. Vlnoonfn drnmntlfl club will
mnko Us debut In Shnkespearean roles
this evenlnjr, when "The Merchant of
Venice" will be presented In the
Father Meyer hull of the college.
Girls' Outing
About 160 girls from St. Mnry'fl
academy enjoyed nn outing yesterday
nt Vcrdugo park. A special train over
the Salt Ijnke route conveyed the
happy picnickers, accompanied by
Mother Catherine and several sisters
from the academy.
Newest Presbyterian
Rev. TV. IX Land Is, pastor of the
■Westlake I'rcHbyleruin church, and
Mrs. Ijandls aro rejoicing over the ar
rival ot Mlps Frances Margaret Lan
dls, who arrived last Sunday morn-
Ing. Mrs. Land Is and daughter ure
doing nicely.
Disregard Speed Limit
C. M. Harrison. K. Sheldon. P. Q.
Franklin. F. J. Morse, C. L. Grander
and h. C. Adams were before Justice
Jlose yesterday on the charge of ex
ceeding the speed limit, F. J. Morse,
a.n alleged "spood maniac" motorcy
clist, was fined $5 and the rest were
fined $15 each.
Mexican Arraigned
Marguerlto namlrcz, supposed to be
one of the assailants of. Patrolman Ar
guello two weeks ago, when tho olil
cer was attempting to arrest several
men at a Utah street pool room, was
arraigned before Justice Rose yester
day, charged with assault with a dead
ly weapon. Bond was flxed at $500.
See "Two Gentlemen"
Rev. Raphael Fuhr, 0. F. M., pastor
of St. Joseph's church, entertained the
choir of the church and the young
•women who took part In the recent
production of "St. Kllzabeth" last
evening at Dobinson hall to attend the
performance of "The Two Gentlemen
of Verona," by the Constance Craw
ley company.
Ruskins Visit Garvanza
About forty members of the Ruskln
Art club visited tho art gallery of the
college of fine arts, at Uarvjmza,
yesterday afternoon to view the brush
■work of Professor W, L.. Judson, the
dean. This exhibition Is proving: very
popular, many people visiting the gal
lery each afternoon. A section of the
Huskln club visited the school last
Gets Week's Reprieve
, One . weok'fl- reprelve was given by
the Insanity commissioners In Judge
Gibbs" department of the superior
court yesterday In the case of Marvin
Purdue. The boy, according to the
findings o( the court, was undoubted
ly deranged, but the stay of Bentence
was made In order that the boy's rel
atives can arrive from Georgia and
take charge of him.
Delegate Ryland Unable to Knock Out
the Pastoral Time
Rev. E. P. Ryland, pastor of the
Trinity Methodist church, south, return
ed yesterday from the east, where he
went as a delegate from the Methodist
conference, south, of Los Angeles, to at
tend the general conference of the
church at Birmingham, Ala.
Rev. Mr. Ryland took a prominent
part in the movement to remove the
time limit of four years on pastorates,
but which failed.
Following the conference' Rev. Mr.
Ryland visited his old homo in Lexing
ton, Mo. When he arrived last even
ing ho, had only words of praise for
"I never found California so beauti
ful," said Rev. Mr. Ryland, "and you
don't know how glad I was to get
Rev. Mr. Ryland will occupy his pul
pit at both services Sunday..
G. W, Brady, n mining man of Gold
flcld, Is a guest at the Hollenbeck.
H. M. Barton, mayor of San Bernar
dino, accompanied by his wife, have
apartments at the Angelus.
R. J. Marshall, a well known hotel
man of ludio, Oal., was among; yester
day's arrivals at the Hollcnbeck.
J. Carmlchael Allan, n globe trotter
fram Chicago, arrived In Los Angeles
yesterday and took apartments at the
Charles J. Brand, a prominent busi
ness man of Washington D. C, ar
rived In Los Angeles yesterday und
registered at the Angclus.
E. J. Gibson, division superintendent
of the Santa Fe railroad at Albu
querque, N. M., was iiimiiiK the ar
rivals at the Hollenbeck yesterday.
John Delia lr, division superintendent
•if the Saiitii Fe railroad at Needles,
arrived In l^os Angeles yesterday and
took apartments at the Hollenbeck.
Hon. Fletcher M. Poan, district
judge of Arizona, who wast recently re
appolnted by President 1 loose velt, rrg
lßtcred at the Hollenbeck yesterday.
Dr. W. F. Schaller ot the United
Htatea navy, accompanied by Ills wife,
arrived In l^"s Angeles yesterday and
established themselves at the Angelus.
Rev. Abble R. Hlnckley of Chicago,
nti'ompnnlert by Mis. T. A. Lawson,
are rcglHtered nt (lie lintel Alexandria.
Aim. biwton Is (he wife of the as
sistant general superintendent of the
Chicago & Northwestern railroad.
John D. and Wife Sail
My AißoclHtcd Press.
NNW YOBK, Mny 31.— Mr. and Mrs.
John I). Uocket'eller were pushrngers
on buurd thu Hteumer Deutuuhluiul
which Bulled toduy for Hamburg.
WIBIIMAN — \t 12:3!. h. m. Friday, June
1. Ali-h. J. K. Wlhimiihii, at her ii'Kl
4fUOK, 3^:»i> K*'y Wf»t Direct, aged 4tt
yean. i'unuiul notice later.
Business Men Co-operate With Special
Committee and Party Organlza*
tlons to Bring the Big Oath.
erlngs to Los Angeles
The riinmbrr of commcrcs «t Its regu
lar meeting of directors Thursday Look
further steps toward bringing the state
pointful conventions to jLoh Angeles.
(leorgo 11. Stewart, chairman of the
committee to which was referred the
matter, reported Unit nftrr full consid
eration of the subjnet his committee
recommended to the board tho adop
tion of the following resolution:
"Whereas, It. Is the senso of this coni
mlttno that a decision on the part of
tho respective stale centra 1 committees
of the political parties to hold their
ntato convention!* for 1006 at the city of
Los AiißeleH would be gratifying to
this chamber of commerce and our citi
zens In general; It Is
"Ilesolvcd, That so far as Its prov
ince extends, this chamber of commerce
nnd the special committee appointed
May 23 will co-operate with the efforts
of the various party organizations to
secure the said conventions for this
The resolution was then unanimously
Tho chamber of commerce Is send
ing an Invitation to the Printing Press
men of I'ittsburg, Pa., to hold their
next nnnual convention In this city. An
Invitation is also being sent to the
grand lodge of the Cnllfornla I. O. O.
F. to bring Its next annual convention
to Log Angeles.
Nutt Uros., real estate ngents, and
Francis O. Burke, attorney, were ad
mitted to membership.
Done at Sacrifice of His Hirsute
Adornment— Now Alleged Forger
Wears Shiny Bracelets, and
/ Must Face Music
Rather than have the man for whom
ho had searched for many months
escape him, Sheriff Henry Olson cut
off his beautiful mustache and came to
Los Angeles to assist In the capture of
Charles Deltour, an alleged notorious
forger of Fort Dodge, la.
Luck was with the sheriff and by the
aid of his disguise he managed to lo
cate his man at Long Beach and yes
terday afternoon Del tour and the
plucky little sheriff started buck for
the east.
The story of the loss of the mus
tache Is a sad one. Back In the east
the sheriffs are different from their
brothers of the west. The easterners
are generally much smaller, but the
badge of office Is always a heavy mus
tuche, long and silky. Any man who
attempts to be a candidate for the
sheriff's office starts to cultlvato a
mustache if he has not already a bunch
of hair on his upper lip.
Several months ago Deltour, a young
man of Fort Dodge, was charged with
having forged a number of checks
bearing the signatures of prominent
farmers of the Fort Dodge neighbor
hood. In some way he disappeared and
the next heard of him was when he
sent a message back to a friend from
Los Angeles.
Mistrusted Westerners
That settled it. The people of the
little city wanted Deltour and they
wanted him badly. They Instructed
the sheriff not to trust any of the west
ern officers with the capture and Olson
decided that he must make the trip
alone. He had known , Deltour for
years and he knew that tho man he
wanted would recognize him three
blocks away.
The question was put to the city coun
cil and at .last It was decided that tho
mustache would have to go. That mus
tache had been tho pride of the city
and with due ceremony Olson went to a
barber shop and while great bunds of
crepe were hung on the building, the
barber slowly and solemnly drew the
razor through the silky tresses and
away went tho mustache.
Then Olson came west and learned
here that Deltour was in Long Beach.
He went to the coast city Wednes
day night and learned that the man for
whom he had a warrant was working
at a grading camp. All day long the
sheriff hid in a hay stack in tho barn
whore Deltour slept with the rest of
the graders.
Sees His Prey
That night the watcher saw Deltour
enter the place. The young man was
swearing softly because his hands, un
used to the hard labor, had become
With a grin of pleasure on his jolly
countenance tho mustacheless sheriff
waited for the tlmo when all would bo
Finally he crawled from the hay
stack and took position outside of the
He did not have to wait long, for the
door opened and out walked Deltour.
He was holdnig his hands before him
and the sheriff thought he was walk-
Ing In his sleep.
"Twenty-three, twenty-three," mut
tered tho man in a dazed sort of way.
"Where have I heard that word, be
The sheriff took that as his cue and
made his appearance.
"Hello, Charlie!" he said, and he
shook hands with Deltour.
"I guess you will go back to lowa.
with me," continued thu sheriff and
then Deltour woko up only to find - a
neat handcuff on one wrist while Olson
held the other.
"It was worth being caught to havo
you out that nuistncho off," remarked
the youthful prisoner hb he started for
Lou Angeles county jail to upend his
leisure timo before Htmtlng east. **-
Prompt Action of Department Prevents
Serious Fire in South Broad.
way Building
A Blight lire In the reur of 532 Houlli
Broudwuy Wednesday night wus
quickly put out, owing to ltd discovery
shortly after the blaza began.
According to the report imtde yester
day at. tho lire headquarters, prompt
uetlou alone prevented a nerluun loss.,
It was nniKcd by live couls beiiitf
placed la a combustible reueplable, <
Merry Dancing Party
Mlas Kdlth Herron of 2700 Severance
strrot Rave nn Informal dnnclnpr pnrty
at. her lwmfl last pvenlnn In honor of
Ml*a Kate Van Nuys shd^flss Mary
ITubhnl, wlio Havo Just retnrnod from
Mount Vernon seminary, Washington.
Th« dining room, whore rpfrpshmonts
were served, wn« n. mass of pink «\vret
pfns, while Kaster lilies wero arllatlc
itlly arranged In the drawlnpf room.
lififl Shirley popples nnd ferns
hrlffhtened thp. library. Amoiiß the
Kuests wero Mlsaos Helen Well*. I.ois
• ""hnmheilln, Oertrude Klnjr, Kntharlno
nashford, Clara Vlckers, Carmpllta
Kospcrnns, Kn^p.Hlno Sherman ot Snn
FYAnclscn, Jfessrn. .Tames Vdkp, .Tnck
McFnrland, Oloyrl T^ott, J, Hfntnn Vim
Nnys, Cnrrnll Htllnon, M. Vf. Hexter,
Mark Kelsey, Kondrlck rhßmberlln,
James llohhs nnd I'anl A. Herron,
Entertains at Dinner
i T)r. snd. Mrs. Walter Mndley. 2007
South Flgtirroa nlrppt, entertntned nt.
dinner Tuesday evening for tha nnnlor
class of tho college of medicine of the
ITnlverslty of Houthprn California. Tho
Pliests were Miss Isabel Crowell nnd
Messrs. John Taylor Hall. John llollln
French, Klmer TCugene ration, Cory C,
T^edyard, J. Sheridan Mfihnrry. .Tnmrs
Onrfletd Ham, Knrl rhelps. William
Walter Hherer, AVllllnm John Reed,
r>nvld Carlton Fnrnsworth, William
■Rnrnhnrt, Franrln .Bclmont Dwlre, ,T.
tfllery Fnles, William O. Dudley. Knrry
H. Clmmbprlaln, Charles William
Decker, Hnrvey. Smith, William A.
Wood, Oftorge Alexander Knnx, Klm^r
V. Klnne, IT. A. Thompson, Albert If.
Winter, Kugene O. Mattlson. Walter
C. Rmllpy and Fred Durfen Falrchllri
of the graduating 1 class, nnd the Mlspps
Haynes, Monctte and Mr. and Mrs,
Samuel F. Bothwell.
Baker.Houlsby Wedding
Miss Kdllh Mabel Hoiilshy became
the bride of Benjamin linker last even-
Ing nt the home of the bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Baker, 1544
Pleasant nvenue. Miss Houlsby wore
n. becoming gown of while luce over
silk and carried white sweet pens. Miss
Kdnn Lee, the nmld of honor, wore
pale blue and the little flower girl,
Mlsh Florence Baker, wore a dainty
gown of white stuff beautifully em
broidered. The ceremony, which was
performed by Rev. Alfred Tnwood of
the Boyle' Heigh tn Methodist church,
took place In the parlor, which was
festooned and canopied with white
swept peas nnd ferns. After an ex
tended trip through Southern Califor
nia the couple will occupy their own
home at 402 West Forty-second street.
At the Club House
Mrs. Cornelius Cole of Hollywood
gave a musical and reception at the
Woman's club house yesterday after
noon. A program of vocnl and instru
mental music whs given by Peje Storck
and Tom Karl. The air of the tea room
was heavy with lavender sweet peas,
while the main hall was decorated with
a color scheme of yellow and white.
Mesdamos E. .C. Brown, Reginald
Jones, Seward Cole, Wllloughby Cole,
Henry Gorham, H, Z. Lee, H. C. Pax
ton. Alfred Solano; George Wright, B.
C. Whiting and I. N. Van Nuys as
sisted the hostess in receiving. Misses
Adelaide Brown, Marjorle Brown, Lucy
Clark, Katharine Mpllus, Louise Mc-
Farland and Isabel Vail escorted the
guests to their seats.
Complimentary Luncheon
Miss Gertrude McGrath of Salt Lake
City, who is the house guest of Mrs.
William Bnyley, jr., of 1107 West
Twenty-eighth street, was compliment
ed guest at a luncheon given yester
day by Miss Alice Harpham of 747
South Burling-ton. The centerpiece
for the table was formed of pink sweet
peas and the dainty place cards were
likewise ornamented with sketches of
sweet peas. Covers were laid for Mrs.
William Bayley, jr.; Mrs. Harold Braly,
Mrs. Warren Carhart, Miss Leola
Allen. Miss A dele Brodtbeck, Miss
Winifred Llewellyn and Miss Olive
Quiet Wedding
The marriage of Miss Ora Byram,
daughter of Mrs. E. E. Byram, 212
North Saratoga street, and George T.
Nye took place Wednesday at the home
Spread the WorldV Table
along every line of longitude from
North to South; every parallel of
latitude from East to West; pile
thereon the foods of every clime and
will surpass them all in the elements
which make a perfect world-food.
50 In a dust tight,
K" moisture proof package.
tHirfik^HH fiVi^feinw *^. mother feels •
QK^IMIiH ||i| §i4« S reat d read of the pain
bl^uqllhß^ IHI 111 and danger attendant upon
yJ^^IHJr^M IVlßyßw the most critical period
L& of her life. Hecoming
a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and
danger incident to tho ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are Do longer despondent or
gloomy ; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and tho
serious accidents' so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Rfl/v ffthtjrXflr^jO
F : riend. "It is worth its weight in gold," |fHlß||guPP
says many who have used it. fi.oo per If 1 "flfllwl <7
bottle at drug stores. Book containing -'.'i
'valuable' information of interest to all women, will PikS AW%jM
'be B«nt> to any address free upon application to JjH nil iluH
of tha hrldo. Th« s^rvfee was tnn
durtfid hy Jlcv. KtewArt of Troplto.
Aftor the rrremnny the eoupln Ml for
Hrltlsh Columbia, where they will
make their homo.
Tor New Members
The Union Avenue Methodist church,
Court street And Union Rvenue, Rave
ft reception to new member* Isst even
ing. A short musical program was
Women Will Scatter Flowen
Members of the rtobert K. Lee chnp
tcr, V. t). <'„ will hold memorial ser
vices at 2 p. m. Sunday nftrrnoon In
Trinity church, corner of Ninth street
and Grand nvcntip. After the services
committees will ro to the different cern
ptprlos to deeoratfl the Rrnves of the
Confederate veterans. The members
of the committee which will go to
I tjo.ipdalo cemetery nre Mrs. J. M.
Smith. Mrs. J. F. Condor. Mr*. K. C.
nnwer, Mrs. Myra A. Dlckson, Mrs. M.
V. Eastman, Mrs. T. J, Field, Mrs. 11.
C, Flournoy. Mrs. Mary Jl. riantt, Mrs.
M. G. Neighbors. Mrs. Kate McDan
ncll, Mrs. K H. odpll, Mrs. M. 3, Kale,
Mrs. U. M. Turner, Mrs. Em mil F.
Piicknrd, Mrs. A. O. Qitarrler, Miss
Hortenw .Tones, Miss Kxa Kerns nnd
Miss Kunlce Klrkpntrlck. The mem
bprs of the committee which will go
to FiVerß-reen cemetery ore Mrs. K. V.
Church. Mrs. M. K, Martin, Mrs. J. If.
Hrewer, Mrs. M. A. C.umpston, Miss
Kate Kntler, Mrs. A. C. Home, Mrs.
R. C. Hills, Mrs. Kate W. Ifeld. Mrs.
Martha H. Klnnoy, Mm. K. (J. Tlnhln
aon, Mrs. .Tessln n. Tucker, Mrs. Mary
fl. Mnthews, Mrs. Fanny K. Wright,
Miss Annie Bro.k nnd Mrs. • J. K Wll
snn. The members of the committee
which will go to Fort Hill cemetery
are Mrs. A. W. Hutton, Mrs. Harriet
Marsh. Mrs. Marshal K. Wnknmnn,
Mrs. J. M. Hnrwood and Mrs. W. A.
Stanford Club Luncheon Postponed
Owing to the fact that Dr. David
Ktnrr Jordan Is to deliver a commence
ment address on June 16, 1006, In this
city, tho executive committee of the
Stanford Hub has provided that the
regular monthly luncheon will prob
ably be held on that date and not on
Saturday, June 2. Further notice of
time nnd plncn will bo sent.
Charles F. Wltzel, Employe of Jevne
Grocery Company, Dragged by
Outbound Coach While Returning
From Pleasure Trip at Venice
Charles F. Wltzel, an employe of the
Jcvne grocery, was struck by an out
bound Santa Monica car at Twelfth and
Hill streets yesterday evening and se
riously Injured. The man was brought
to the receiving hospital in an uncon
scious condition where his Injuries
wore dressed.
Wltzel was returning from Venice
where he had beon spending the after
noon. At Twelfth and Hill streets he
alighted from the rear end of the car
and started to walk across tho track,
when he was struck by tho outgoing
car. Ho was dragged on the pavement
for some distance.
At the hospital he was unable to give
his name, and had no recollection of
how he was Injured. The Injured man's
brother, W. A. Witzcl, called to see
him late in the evening.
No blame has yet been attached to
the motorman on the Santa Monica
Witnesses of the accident say that
the Santa Monica car was opposite the
Venice car when AVitzel alighted and
that the motorman did not see the
man until tho car was within a few
feet of him. . \ '
"The Jungle," by Upton Sinclair:
price, $1.35. The Progressive book store.
258 Kast Fifth street. Open evenings.
By mail, 15 cents extra.
White crochet buttons that will
launder beautifully may be purchased
for tho lingerie frock.
June Undermuslin Sale
Purchase enough now to last through the entire summer, for it is very
unlikely that prices on women's underclothes will be
as low before our next sale.
Lucky for us, lucky for you, tliat we made preparations for this annual June sale months ago
wlicn we foresaw the rise of cotton and increased cost of while goods. We ordered lavishly,,
tlicn and there, so further advances haven't worried us nor forced us to add anything to our
usual prices, nor to pivc short measure in any of the garments. They've all been made in fac-
tories where the workers are well paid and where sanitary conditions are all that they ought to
l)e. The "l lonic Made" brand and garments bearing the Consumers' League label figure prom-
inently. Every 1 piece is new, snowy and perfect; there are no seconds nor job lots.
Get at the real goodness of this sale hy proving values offered at the following prices:
g[ Night Govms 1 1 Night Gowns | |
In slipover, round neck, |4.78 and $4.60 gowni are now. V.;.J3.W W^jsfc!£i
chemise and square neck £ *™ v ™ "' r e now' '".'.' .".'.V.'.MJio nnd « %/OjrTJ(f
styles; nf cambric, nainsook »7.g0 gownn nre nnw $n ig~/>pW»MCff
; l r!lie7 ClOth: attraCUVOly |l™ fl 'EEl :::::::::::::::::^ 6 W^a
$1.75 Rnwriß ari" nnw f\.?~t $17.C0 gowns nrn now $14.50 •^JcSjJbJtfjlJ^j^^v.
i&'ir'.rnw I!"?!! walking Petticoats **®filßifflF'
$4 Rownfl are now .....$3.25 ' -
(4.25 gowns are now ...,.....$3.75 nre reduced In relative proportions. ■hs^ssmmsmsmsbjsj^
| Drawers Corset Covers
Ample alzos. sallßfyliiß muslins, nalnaooks and cam- Pretty styles of nnlnsook or cnmhrle, trimmed with
brlcs; various styles of trimming. lace, beading', ribbon and embroidery.
SHc. drawn* are now "'»'■ 75c corset covers are now ...,50c
75c drawers arc now [>0c $1 corset covers are now 75c-
jt^rnworrmrnow !$1 23 corset cove » Bre now « ' '
1180 drawers nre now ".'..". '.".....'.. *1".15 * U)0 torsct tovers nre now «.15
Si™ drawers are now $12: * 1'751 ' 75 covers are now $!.&
»■• drawtrT are now $1 50 * 2 rorset covcrs are now W-60
$ r -"5 drawers arc r-Vw ' $175 » 2 ' 25 corsct covers Hre now ...$1.75
lisT£VrXZ£?™; iifg ksS corset covers nit ™Z":":\"":^:::::::$Z&
l^'dmwe^f ar^ nX.V.V.V.V:;:;.\\\"\\\V.V.V.V::: $ .- ! :$3 »•«» -«et covers are now ifeg:
$6 drawers nre now $4 (Allover lace style.)
$7.50 drawers are now $6 $3.50 corset covers are now $3.00
Unusually Good Silk Offerings
The keen interest in this offering of silks will come not alone from the low prices, but from the' '■
fact that these are among the handsomest, best selling- patterns and colorings' of the /season.
Materials are especially adapted for summer shirt waists, blouses, etc. Three lines at $1.00.
I ; AT 65c A YARD — .
20 to 21-inch fancy colored silks — the ends of some of our best lines; and for that sole reason
(because they are oddments), out they go at 65c, though $1.25 a yard is their former price.
Save About Half on Shopping Bags
Uncommonly good bags at a common price. Some of the very prettiest real leather shopping j
bags in our lines of $1.75 to $3 qualities have escaped the eyes of earlier shoppers. Not a few i
of them are fitted; they come in black and nearly all colors; some are slightly counterworn—
these are ones displayed in a previous sale and of higher value than the majority, but we make ,
no distinction. Choose those you like at $1.50 each.
Coulter Dry Goods Company
225-7-9 South Broadway — 224-6-8 South Hill Street
Do You Want to
Sell Your House?
The best selling agent in Los Angeles is
... n an attractive coat of Mathews' paints.
We Pay • Sells quickly and for more money.
Yoilf Cltv Prove this fact NOW while we are
y selling best paints at the following low
Street Car prices.
C_,._ • Harrison's House Paints— several col- <{• I rn
rnic O rs; reduced from *1.75 gallon to «P I .UU
On All Paint Best Carriage Paints— regularly Cflf
UU All r'ainl n . oo per quart value; now «JVC
Hr/Wc nf High-grade Varnish Stains-regular if).
uraers 01 price 600 qU art: now lut
CI Aft nf Flne Enamels— ln rich colors; regular price
■$I.UU Ul 20c one-quarter lA c
More plnt: now
mvi v Rath Tub Enamels— ln attractive iA,
I colors; regular 75c value; now ""v
t ———~^—— m^ Hig , h colors— regular $2.10 gallon fl»| "JC
value; now «pi»fu
™ erly P. H. Mathews' Paint House
J „ 260 South Los Angeles Street
We Advance
Cost of House
on any lot you buy of us. Build It yournplf— have your own carpenter
or contractor build it— or we will build It for you. Terms easy, like rent.
Improvements many— Location superb. Main office 203 N. Hroadway.
uriiiifli office 64th and Main. (Tuka Moneta avenue car to Main ana
61st.) Telephones: Home 8737, Sunset Main 1203, .South 8139.
Dgr^High Grade Low Priced Lotsig)
Tired Feet
are made to (eel like new by bathing
with Pond's Extract. Takes out the
■oreness and reduces swelling. After
a hard day's work in the field nothing
will refresh the tired farmer more
than an application of Pond's Extract
to the feet. Wash thoroughly in
luke warm water and rub with Pond's
Extract. In a few moments you will
feel refreshed and the tired feeling
will have entirely disappeared.
Witch Hazel it nst the tami thing.
On analysis tf seventy samples #/ >
Witch Haxel—tt if ten offered at :
"just as g»»d"— fifty- fwoviert
found to cintain wood alcohol or for-
maldehyde ir both. T* aviid dan-
ger »f poisening insist »n having '.
] DNdsextrAC
1 siaivs
Painting and Decorating
All .Work Guaranteed.
ai7"/4 W. FIRST ST.
I'honm Home 2467. Welt 324.
Palma Heights
Newest and best of clone-In properties
Only 20 minutes' rid* from business cea«
ter. Bis Lota. Low Price*. ■
Suite son, Union Trust Balldlif, "
Corner Fourth and Spring-. .
On Our Easy Payment Ptta H
< Wiley B. Allen Co. V
J »B>W. Flftk St. jk
Attention Ladies and Gentlemen
For medical and family purpose* >we
have the llnest Kentucky whlskle"
Bold oii the const. Cull or phone tha
11. & 1.. Saloon, 429 8. Spring-.
Wll, lI KK MCK * CO, i;
lMione 2502. . Suuset BUI. .

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