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THE CI.TV
Strangers aro Invited to visit tn« rx
liihlt of California product* nt th«
Clmmb«r of Cornm#rc# bulldlnir. on
Broadway, between First and Beeond
MreetH whtr# froo Information will b«
given on nil subject* pertalnlns; to thl*
HMtIOTJ. N
"Th» M«r«ld will pnjr $10 In c«»h to
«nyon« furnlatilnff nvldence that will
lend to the «rre»t and conviction nf «ny
e«rson caught stealing copies of The
Herald from th« premlnen of our pa
trons. THB HERALD.
Held on Bail
On the chnrpro of'brenklnff Into n
Southern Pacific box rar W. Dillon was
arraigned bofore Police Justice Ross.
Dillon pnterecl a plea of not guilty and
his .cxn.hilnat.lon was net for October
30. It is alleged that Dillon stole wal
mita from a box car. He was held
*1600 bnll. \
Insurance Settled
The Insurnnce for the loss caused the
chamber of commerpe .by flro a few
weeks uft'O has been satisfactorily ad-
Justed nnd'tnn work of repairing the
damaged portions of tho building will
begin Immediately. Full settlement for
all damage to the building and exhibits
O. P. Waters of 1037 Magnolia av
enue appeared before Judgo Austin of
the pollen court yesterday on the.
rharne of beating his wife. She
stated yesterday In court that although
her husband did not drink he was In
tho habit of beating her Bevercly.
AVaters was found guilty and will be
Kontoncrd by Judge Austin today at
3 o'clock.
Has Faro Layouts
1 In the possession of L. Melsel, who
-was arrested yesterday afternoon by
Detectives Hoslck and Zelgler, was
found three faro layouts, surgical In
struments and a set of locksmith's
looln. Melsel was arrested on suspicion
nl hia room at Seventh street and nuth
avenue. It Is believed b" the police
that all the articles in his possession
were stolen. .....
Injured by Car
T. A. Shasta of Whlttier wns struck
byta.--.West First street car yeHtcrday
afternoon at- First and Broadway.
Shasta wns Beverly bruised and his
right hand was cut. Ho was taken
to the receiving hospital. Another
man, whose name could not be learned,
was .slightly Injured'at the same time.
Shasta and the unidentified man. were
caught between two cars.
Flue Causes Fire '. "■];': v- : .lV"- / ;^- i -
A defective flue in the Hat building at
* Fourth and Fremont streets was the
cause, of a fire which did about $800
damage. The rear of the flat and the
basement were badly burned while the
rest of tho building was more or less
damaged. The. building is owned by J.
>M. Vantrees of 543 South Hope street.
The occupants of the flat, Mrs. W. F.
Banks and Mrs. L. Brown, lost about
$300 each. - - ' i;, ' '
Rancher's Wife Dies
Mrs. Minnie C. Pearson, wife of Fred
W. . Pearson, a 'well known rancher of
Santa Fe Springs, died yesterday morn
ing at the family home. Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson formerly resided at Ocean
Park. I The funeral will be held Friday
morning at 11 o'clock from the chapel j
of On- & Edwards, Rev. Baker P. Lee
to officiate. The interment will be at
Rosedale cemetery. Mrs. Pearson
leaves besides her husband a son eight
years old. • ■■ . ■ '
Teamster It Injured ■
'.'. William McCabe'of.6lo Wall street, a
teamster. In the "employ of the Ben Hur
.Transfer' company,, was seriously in
jured last night in a runaway occurring
at- Tenth and San Pedro streets. The
horses which McCabe was driving be
came, frightened- and. -started to run.
McCabe was thrown, backward from
the wagon, alighting upon his head. He
sustained a deep cut in his scalp and
one ear was almost torn off. He was
taken to the emergency hospital and
late late night' was pronounced out of
danger. . '
WOMEN'S XLUBS
"-Describe Paris Conditions
Mrs. A. G. Fessenden and Mrs. J. P.
Lawtori had charge of the meeting of
the'Rusklff Art*club ln Blanchard hall
yesterday afternoon. ■.. •;."■ ••' •■' ,'r >?
■ One of the club members . presented
the club with. a. magazine rack and it
was decided to hold a loan exhibit of
pictures duringr the last two weeks of
November ln the club rooms In Blan
chard hall. »! • .
Miss A. B. Wadlelgh and Miss A. M.
Donovan spoke on.' current art topics.
Miss Wadlelgh ■• touching especially
Upon ■ the description of an old house
in "the Rue De Sevres of Paris which
hud -been built during the time of the
Louis and was noted for its wide cor
ridors and great cellars. She also told
of the Salon de Antolne and the pic
tures It had held recently.
;:Misp Donovan told about art ln our
own country and how_it was expected
that America would soon have a dis
tinct'art school of its own and that
Henry ;W. Ranger Is the pioneer ln
this movement. .
-Mrs. W. A. Bradley told the pretty
Htory:of St. Genevieve and St. Denis,
the patron, saints of Paris, and Mrs.
Fesisenden gavo a talk on municipal
conditions in Paris before the eight
eenth century. The everyday life of
the ■ Parisians was touched upon by
Mrs. Crandall and Mrs. Snowden told
graphically of. the . condition of- the
poorer classes in the French capital.
Gives Good Book Review
A very Interesting afternoon was
passed by the members of the Cosmos
club yesterday afternoon at Symphony
hall. Blanchard building;. A short
business session .was. held first and
then 'Mrs. Emma Greenleaf reviewed
"The Awakening of , Helena Ritchie,"
by -Margaret Deland. The review was
comprehensive and many . points con
cerning the book's plot were discussed
by Mrs. Greenleaf while later the mem
bers held a discussion on the book, its
merits and general tone. , Mrs. George
W. Jordan was In the chair. -
■The next meeting, "Current Events,"
under the : direction ,of Mrs. Chapin,
will take up the afternoon..
Talks of Flemish Art
At the - meeting of the Wednesday
Morning club yesterday at Woods hall,
Pasadena' avenue, the' study of "The
Tempest," ' under the direction of Mrs.
H.C Gower, was continued, and'after
a dainty luncheon, the physical culture
class met, In charge of Miss Bessie
Thew.
Later In the afternoon at the meet
ing of tho art and travel section, Mrs.
C'pcellu M. White gave an Interesting
history of . Flemish art. She Jpoke of
ttte lives of . several artists and gave
a little talk on the difference between
the Van Kyck and Van Dyke schools
of painting. .. „„
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
" 'Phone youi» order for the Glen Rock
mountain spring • water to south' 4387.
New management. Prompt delivery.
QIBPS ft KING, Props.
■ If you wtnt'to go ea»t. :C.Hnydock,
Agent Illlnola Central U.K.. US W. 6th.
ELOPEMENT PLOT
GROWS THICKER
WHEREABOUTS OF PRETTY
BLONDE UNCERTAIN .
Mrs. Kenney Claims Her Husband Did
Not Go with Girl, but with a
Divorced Woman of San
Francitco
Whether Miss Alta Enrl, the beauti
ful young blonde who, according to a
postal card received by her grand
mother, was married last Saturday noon
at Tla Juana to John T. Kenncy, a local
real estate dealer, Is wedded to th«
mnn or Is still In Los Angeles Is a
question which in causing a number of
persons considerable worry, and many
of them arc inclined to believe the
latter.
"I am positive- my former husband
flld not leave here with Mlhs Hurl and
Is not married to her now," said Mrs.
Kenney, divorced wife of the real estate
denier, last evening. "I know that at
ono time he thought a great deal of her,
but I have every reason to believe that
he was accompanied by Mrs. Mattle
Hughes, a divorced woman from San
Francisco, when he loft Los Angeles,
and that they went to Ooldfield.
"I know they have been very intimate
for- a long time, as I have in my posses
sion letters she wrote to him In which
she. called him 'darling' and 'true
sweetheart,' and spoke of going with
him to the Nevada city.' I have been
told by a woman who knows her well
that she left the place where she was
rooming Friday night and the following
day had her trunk taken to the depot.
That was the same time Mr. Kenney
went away. , /.' ■ , <
; Says White May Know
."Mr. Kenney has frequently told mo
he would never marry Alta Earl, as he
said she was going with too many men,
and as she was the one who caused us
to separate I was willing to believe
him. Whether Harry White knows
where she Is or not I cannot say, hut If
anyone does It Is he. I know he was
prepared to leave Los Angeles with her
Saturday night, and I suppose .'would
have done so had his wife not found out
about It. I believe the young woman
is still ln the city, and as she has many
friends here she may be at one of their
houses." ... ... ;i . .
Mr. White refuses to discuss the case
at. all boyond saying that he knows
nothing of Miss Earl's actions since
she disappeared Friday night.
Mrs. White still lives at their former
home, 106 North Hope street, and so far
has made no definite plans for the
future. It Is probable she. will return
to San Francisco, where her parents
live, and make her home with them.
Society
Marries Popular Society Girl
••■Amidst masses of yellow and white'
chrysanthemums -and to ' the softly
sounding -tones of ' Mendelssohn's -and
Lohengrin's ' ■ wedding marches Miss
Hazel La : Tpuche and Colin M. Galr
■were' married last' evening at Christ
church, with the Rev. Beker. P. ; Lee
officiating and Archibald Sessions at
the organ.
Miss Myrtle La. Touche, sister of the
bride, attended as malr of honor, and
Miss Irene Gair, sister of the bride
groom, acted as bridesmaid. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of white chiffon
over taffeta, and her veil was fastened
with . orange | blossoms. She carried a
shower bouquet of white bride roses.
Both maids w«re daintily gowned in
white net and carried yellow chrysan
themums. Guy La Touche, a brother
of the bride, stood with the bridegroom,
and the ushers were C. M. Tuttle,-F.
G. Leonard, Dr.'F.S. Langdon and Dr.
A. C. La Touche. The bride's father,
T. B. La Touche, gave her away.
' Asparagus plumosus, smllax and yel
low and white chrysanthemums deco
rated the church, and at the home . of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.B .
La Touche, 2006 South Union avenue,
where an informal reception was held
aftei-'the ceremony, the same decorative
scheme was carried out. Miss Maude
Blttleson sang during the evening.
When Mr. and Mrs. Galr return from
their wedding trip they will be at home
at 1408 South Flgueroa street. ' . • 1.
BSzaar Opens Today
The women of St. Patrick's church
will open a .bazaar this afterrfoon ln
Furlong hall, corner Adams street and
Central avenue, which will continue
Sunday. The, booths . will be prettily
made and decorated, and anything you
might wish can be procured there.
Mrs. Drout will tell fortunes and Mrs.
T. J. Buslin, assisted by Mmes. Con
neyy.Maloney, J.J . Conway, La Rue
and Miss Fannie Nobman will have
charge of the: domestic booth. St.
Patrick's booth will be under the direc
tion .of Mrs. C. Harmon, assisted by
Mmes. P. H. Maloney, K. McAechran,
J. McConnell, L. L. McGaul, Jennie
Acker, Cleary and the' Misses Anna
B'urlong, Isabel . Cosgrove, Grace Dv
Casse, Mary Elizabeth Golden, Eugenia
Broderlck, Tessle O'Kcille'yund Kath
erlne Hannon, have arranged for the
smoking booth. Mrs. W. B. ' Clark,
assisted by .Mrs.' J. T. Fltzslmmons,
Misses Alice Hudson, Alice Hess, Nettie
McAechran and Edria Pendleton, will
have charge of the refreshment tables.
Mmes. J. J. Kelly, J. .Buckley, A.
Duggan, Pendleton, Pearson, Jarrett
and Hudson will preside at St. Vin
cent's booth, and Miss Edith . Furlong
and Miss L>ela Hernandez will sell dolls).
Mrs. C. Manning, Mrs. J. T. Cosgrove,
Miss Alice lJumont and Miss Shea will
watch out .for the fishpond and grab
box. A chicken dinner will be served
Thursday and Saturday evenings from
6 until 8 o'clock. .
Debut of Charming Girl
In honor of the debut of her daugh
ter, Miss Margaret . Woolacott, ' Mrs.
Henry T. Woollacott of 116 South Al
varodo street will give a reception and
dance this evening at tho < Woman's
club house. . . , . :..■
Miss Forman has charge of the deco
rations, and Reynolds will;;; serve.
Stumm's orchestra will play during th»
rilght. • In < receiving, the ■ hostess ■ will
be assisted by . Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Woollacott, Dr. and Mrs. • Karl ■ Kurtz,
Mr. and I Mrs. . Oscar I Lawler, . Mr, and
Mrs. Frank • Ltddell, ■ Mr. and Mrs. ' P.
I lowland, Mlbhcb Mamie > Young, llil
dreth Mui.er, LouUe Nelson and. Bertha
Ducommon. . ■ ; .
Mlsa i Woollacott ... is : . a handsome
brunette with dark brown eyes and soft
wavy 'huir, and) she Is noted for her
('liui-miuK ways and . personality. , She
has Just come from i abroad, where aba
has been' attending school at the inuU
LOS ANGELES HERALD! THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1906.
tutlon of Madame Morrel de Fos ln
Paris,
She I* an accomplished linguist and
has traveled through England, Ger
many, Norway, Sweden, Wales, Italy
and France.
Charming Tea Party
A charming tea party was given yes
terday afternoon by Mrs. Roland Sevler
of 2303 Julet street between the hour*
of .1 and B. Mmc«. J. W. Truworthy,
Seeondo Ouafttl, Simon Maler, A. H.
Olannlnl of Ban Francisco and the
Misses Oermalne Fusenot, Mamie and
Hlldreth Maler, Pearl and Pauline
Hlldreth Mnler and Pearl and Pauline
Vollmer assisted the hostes sin receiv
ing and entertaining.
To Take Long Walk
Th« members of the Hundred .Year
club will meet this morning at 9 o'clock
at the Huntlngton building to take the
car to Altadena, where they will walk
s< veral miles Into the Arro Seco canyon.
This .will be their first long walk of the
Bfason, and Mrs. Emma Edgerton, who
has taken the trip before, will be the
guide.
Club to Entertain
The members of the Ruskln Art club
will hold their first social affair of the
season this afternoon In Blanchard
hall. Mih. Cecilia White will talk, and
there will bf a vocal and Instrumental
program. Mrs. Alexander Caldwell,
assisted by Mrs. P. J. Cotter, Mrs. J.
K. Crnndall and Mrs. S. B. McLenegan,
will act as hostesses.
Compliments Clergymen
Rev. and Mrs. .A. M. Smith and rtev.
Mrs. Henderson Judd will bo tho com
plimented guests at a reception to be
given this evening by ' Mrs. Philip O.
Hubert of 2344 Hobart boulevard. Rev.
Mr, Smith has Just been made clergy
man for the St. Mathlas chapel.
Phlloman Club Entertains
Tho members of the Phlloman club
gave a luncheon yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Charles L. Hubbard,
1212 Orange street, In honor of the
presidents of the various womens' clubs
of the city.
To Give Lecture
In honor of the members of the
Southern California Women's Press
club Leo Cooper will lecture 1 this even-
Ing In Burbank hall on 'The Renais
sance of the Drama and Hints to Play
wrights."
Study Circle 'Meets
"The relationship which should exist
between mother and teacher" was the
subject on : which Mrs. Katharine E.
Wheat spoke yesterday afternoon be
fore the members of the Griffin Ave
nue School Child Study circle.
To Give Large Theater Party
The Benevolent and Protective Or
der of Elks will give a theater party
at the Burbank theater this evening to
see "Lady Wlndermere's Fan." One
thousand invitations have been sent
out. - -•..'..->.■,:
Delightful Reception
A reception was given last evening
ln the parlors of the Church of the
Unity, 835 South Flower street, by Rev.
and Mrs. Burt Estes Howard of 2823
Orchard avenue. .
Give Card Party
For the benefit of the philanthropic
fund of. the California Badger club the
members gave a card party yesterday
afternoon at the home of Miss Emma
Jarvey, 1947 West Pico street. :
Receives Friends
Mrs. C; E. Gultwlts of ■ 625 Kofth
avenue and her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Northrup of San .Francisco, who Is
visiting her, received their friends yes
terday, afternoon. • '?•'"•:.':.■"•.■'.
Entertains Thimble Club
Mrs. T. Terrel of 891 East Forty
seventh street entertained the . mem
bers of the Thimble club, Magnolia
lodge, Degree of Honor, yesterday aft
ernoon. . ' . .... , f
Euchre Party
Miss Riggln was the guest of honor
at a euchre party given yesterday
afternoon by Miss Dent ' and Miss
Esther Dent of 2720 Wllshlre boulevard.
Receives Informally
Mrs. James Bert Steams of 2632 Mon
mouth avenue received informally yes
terday afternoon in honor of Mrs. E.
W. Peck and Mrs. George W. Maxwell.
Benefit Tea
The members of the Micheltoreno
Child Study circle gave a benefit tea
yesterday, i afternoon from 3 to 5 at
3927 Sunset boulevard.-
Women Shriners to Meet
• The members of the auxiliary of
Women Shriners will meet this even-
Ing in the Vlsltlrfg Shriners 1 club house
on Flgueroa street. \
Entertains Club
Mrs. C. A. Rockwell of 1962 Western
avenue entertained the members of the
G. T. O. B.club yesterday afternoon!
NAME FIESTA COMMITTEE
Local Shriners Busily Preparing for
for Council to Begin
Mays,
Local Shrlnero are preparing for the
forthcoming imperial council and fiesta
which is . scheduled |to begin May 5.
M. H. Flint and George A. Pitch,
chairman and secretary of the exec
utive committee, are two of the busiest
men In town. The following commit
tees were appointed yesterday to com
plete the necessary arrangements:
Fred -A. Hines, reception and. enter
tainment,'lmperial council. .
Robert .' AVankowskl, I entertainment
visiting patrols and. exhibition drills.
Oscar Morgan, headquarters and bu
reau of information.
Clarence Haydock, Incoming trans
portation facilities.
h. J. C. Bpruance, entertainment vis
iting nobles and ladles.
Edward Strasberg. electric , railway
excursions.
William A. Stephens, badges and sou
venirs.
F. J. Zeehandelaar, promotion and
publicity.
A. B. Cass,' finance. ■
W. H." Harrison, hotels. -
H. H. ' Jeffries, barbecue.
. Leo. V. Youngworth, steer - roping
contest and. wild west show.
■M. 11. Nowmark, decorations.
W. P. Jeffries, ball.
David Martin,' music.
Herbert L. Cornlyh, automobiles and
tallyhos. . »■» ■ ■
(leorgo K. Nagel, catering and thea
ters.' ■ ' ■ ■ ■ '■ : ' "
A. W. Skinner, reception.
F. Irwltt Herron, press, and. printing.
Charles li. Field, past imperial poton
tutu, and .George Fllmer, . potentate,
Islam temple, Ban Francisco, are ex
offlclo tnembers of all committees, and
will act ' in conjunction i with Al Malr
alkah temple. , ■-^ ■ , . x . . ; . . : .'■; • ■.
Big Are, Venice iialloween evening.
Everything- you ' want you will find in
the cln»»IHo<! pae«— h nioderii encyclo
pedia. - Oue cent a -word .•-.■•'••■
Toilet Needs /-T/? 4 W^^^Wrfcr-lf Moves'* 25C
Ko<^ Pompellan mnasnKe cream, ftiUMvfi^O^Avi^T^T+w/ CCX^yl i^fa'f?*) *"* """' frlovr * ln Rno<l rolor "
.- ' ..... „ „.»„.. r ' JM I II I V *^/W^*~ "~- . nn ,l hiivo n beautiful *ilk finish;
15c MtuiMfl talcum powder. 6c. ' „/ „ „ - ,^ perfoot flttlnK glove* worth 600
25c Graven 1 tgoth powder, i2V4c. Both Phone* 874 Broadway, Cor. sth St. a pair.
New Fall Oxfords Women ' 8 517t5 ° TallOfed Sults <11 05* •«*« r ** MW& «w
nc W rail UAIUrUb Ofl Sa(e ThurBday> 2n d Floor, at .. 4>14.y0 «T iffii* -^\
For Women— Aisle 3 S &**& v
. . '' . . Pnnnma and cheviot. sulU In pin Ids, check* And mixtures; X • •*
' • '"" * mm The 'Elite" Shoe trlmmetl with braid, tailor strapped and atltched; nklrta . *%**{\. J^rtT»»iir
\^F®t $3.80 Value for gored nnd pliiltrd, strapped nnd trimmed to match; all Blzes; if^—^WTK Pt* ; afegij^^^TjgßT^v.
fm* ft $2.50 Women's New $30.00 Suits $23.50 I iP^^wl
*^ll Ml Made ot pnlont Mnn Inllorrd suits mndo of t)rnncl«iloth, I'nnninn, twrods nnd El B fiT /*s&s&&* *Hm M
It. j/toj*M* colt, fine kid nnd ?orßn; Prlnco ('hap, ' tight fitting nnd Kton jnrkrt slylos; H If f-'' i i i i\r^%. cf& If
Jfhr^Swk. X "" niPtal I«'f< tli- satin and silk lln»«l; trlmmod with fnnry braids Bnd ]>ut- II BIW /'vi/rlMii'iiTl Mr ■
Jr )) <>r; nand welted tons; skirts gored, plaited, tailor otrflpped and stitched. H \, f\lj'\;\ t- JlfftN, Wa ' I
f& Jf & f J$sP '" han<s turned Valurs to J30.00. Today, choice nt $23.50. 0 1 /if»' ' ■ ■S't.mA A
f' vStaß^^ 1 " pb nn(l 'lasts; CIA Art Mnur C|,;,| n fnv Wnm/<« C 7 iQ " W
v HtP^' oibson tio ribboA $lU.OU INcw bkirts for Women $7.40
W- "^T ' '* c ? styles with BeßUtlfut new skirts In plaids, checks, mixtures and plain 15c Women's Z" 1
I" 10 " 1 or rnpped colors; knlfo plaited, -box plaited and trimmed with buttons . H «.« ll aC
Ws£ ?" ,; in «,' rmr K n iind Htrnppcd. with pame material. • Values to JlO.OO. Today I1O«C ...... V 4 W
||n regularly tudny Bt ♦7.48. . Women » fast l>ln«:k rnttdn lioso with
180 hore n'rr ntir I 1 I doiiblo Boles, lip(<lh and toes; tlifrn nr«
™ ' « 350 ; y ' ■'■ ■ ' • ■■ ■- ■ ' ■. ■ 100 dozen of them and they have, been
■ . . ln a wreck and have been slightly wet.'
"The "Bur^ M.OO Women's $5.00 Sweater Jackets . ;$3.98 ffrat^o^Mr^^th^fpta;
• Shoe tor Women .. «J7^«VU White, red, gray and air the new color combinations in styl- a hurry. ' .
The well known "Burt" $3.00 women. Ish sweater jackets: well made and a regular Js value, for 2«C Infants' fA_
Bhoe herein all leathers: soft, pliable 13.98 today; third Hoor. , — \ . ■ Ho«e ..♦ . . IUC
Boles and extension solcb for ' Winter; S{ DA Fliferrfnwn and Rlnnlfei Rath Dnh»a ttQfl * • .
now lasts and styles: college or regul SS.DO fciaerflown and Blanket Batn Robe« »3.95 Colored caghmere Blockings with, silk
lar-cuts; priced specially for today's Made with sailor collar in. plain and mixed' colors; edged heela and toes; a- few white In the lot;
business at $2.00 a pair. • with satin bands; regular $5 value, for 53. 98 today. nearly every size; worth 2Cc a pair; to-
::r 52.00 Oibson (M TA $2.50 New Albatro.aWilgt. at $1.98 .V day at 10c.
■'«'*.'.' 'Tj M !nl a^ll New fall waists made of, fine albatross material; tailor fin- 25c Bnvs' and Girls' t
nn ........ •j/mcl'V Ished; black, white,, Nile and: light blue; a good »2.50 value ' C4 n ,ti/.. \iC
Fine grain kid Gibson ties forwomen: tor $1.98 today. ...... >-; . blockings ...... 1I W .
made .with patent tips and medium' »tn Nnv Rrlllinniln* Widii Inr tl m Two cases children's fast black full
close edge Boles; large eyelets; well W. 50 New. Brilllantlne.Walltß for $1.98 „.. regular made cotton and lisle thread
made and finished,' and neat for street Plain and figured brllllantlne waists ln navy, brown, green hose;, sirls'- are medium weight -and
or. dress wear; .worth $2.00 a pair; to- and bluo colors, with white pin dots;' tailor : made waists boys' heavyweight: all sizes; worth
day at $1. 60. . ■ • ' . worth $2.50, today .priced at. 51.98. . . 25c a pair. Today at 17c or 3 pair $1.
Values from 4th Floor V^i^BS Values from 3rd Floor
$1.00 Soft Cotton Blankets 69c a Pair ;\r .S^XM^^"' «1 Arnhinn I nrP fnrfninc «? AR
10-4 tan,' gray or white cotton blankets with pretty AliClll§^ts^ls ArHUIdH UUtC V/UI lUlllb $£."tO
striped borders. / A VyWyijaSil Jm^jf-ZtpS.* \p«- Italian fl lot Arabian colored curtains In new Colon-
#■» t« n jt m ' di ■ i •■ bb n i a lW#t( «Ytv i ij£»^lESs«y ' !l ' and mission styles, 'with handsome borders; curtains
$2.50 Good Warm Blanket! $I.Ba a Pair %SW\ JxMjsmms& worth $4.00 a pair. On sale today at $2.48. .
Extra large 12-4 tan, gray or wlilto l)lankets with fancy ll \JbZi>JifTs S^^J^^?^ a i,u . ■■'■■„ '■'■ . a n
borders; extra warm and fleecy. ■ W^^S^^^ $3 White LaCeXurtainS $1.98
$1.25 Soft 11-4 Blankets 95c a Pair ' M, F l n<< white Scotrh' net curtains 54 inches wide and PA
(Jond, b; X 11-4 white, tan or gray blankets with pretty /#s§tfsWfi V^^Si y!lrds IonK: swe " new flora1 ' Bcroll atl(1 medallion bor-
bordera; good warm blankets. • fIWRM 1 JtiSr^ '' ' icTa ' splentlld ?3 ' 00 curtalns today $1.9S a pair. ...;.'.
$3.00 Robe Blankets $i.9s Each " J-wl^Slmi^ $2.00 Arabian Lace Curtains $1 .25
Fancy rob.! blankets .with Jacquard flgure.l renters and /T jS^^^WH L'P Handsomo new Arabian colored curtains 54 Inches wide and
pretty borders; suitable for bath robes, etc. (f fiS^^^^^M if ' 3 yards lonpt; new floral, scroll and medallion borders; cur-
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Thick 11-4 whit,> or gray wool blankets with pretty jO^liw^r —. • $10.00 Taoestrv Portieres $7.48
borders and well finished' ends. e^^^^M^S^^T •
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' $Z. 50 White UlankCtS $1.29 a Pair. J^^^^^^^^^^^^ have heavy' knotted fringed ends and some with wide Per-
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H ff Who's who in this Hearst political game? "It's a tangle," '%S■ M&
M m sa^ s Lincoln Steffens, . "too of a tangle to be un-
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S .-. ; and politics,— without doubt, the most comprehensible por- son; a splendid picture of San Francisco and its people taclc-
B V trayal of Hearst yet written, with some striking conclu- ,' ling their great problems, by Ray Stannard Baker; a humor-
■ «ions as to his ability, his character and his proposed ous Thanksgiving story by - Ellis Parker Butler; "Sky
S. ... achievements. Sailing," the Millionaire's Pastime, by A. W. Rolker, etc. '
H ■ < ■ The American Magazine is now issued under the editorship of John S. Phillips in association with the following editors and writers:
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