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Funeral Will Be Held Today
The funeral of C M. Tlonnpll, who
died of injuries received in a street Par
accident Sunday, will be held this
morning nt 10 o'clock at Bresee Tim*.'
chapel. The interment will be at Rose
Architect Diet \
John Hilton, nn architect of T^ob An
geles, died yesterday at his home, 4327
Vermont avenue. The funeral will be
held Friday at 10 a. m. from the chapel
Of Broseo Bros. Interment will be at
Want Will Probated
Petition fOT probate Of Will WM fllorl
yesterday In the nuprrlor court by the
hCln of the late Sin. on Stolt. Tho
ertate co.iblslm of valuable Broadway
nd Spring PtrePt frnntn^o near Eighth
street, and of bank stock.
Dies at Highland Asylum
Word has been received of the death
of oeorge i>. Blake, a former Attorney
of Lbs Angeles, at the Highland nsy
lum. We was adjudged insane over n
yc;ir ago and sent to the aftylum. The
i.ody wan sent, to Missouri for burinl.
The Southern California Masonic
Home association will Rive a reception
a< K:ist San Gabriel ;it the new home
or Thanksgiving afternoon. Kloquent
speaker* will be present and light re
firshments and music ■will be provided
Sues for Damage
I. E. McCubbln yesterdny filed BUlt
for dainagei against the Hotel went-
Worth company for injuries alleged to
have been received last June. McCub
bln attempted to dress the strap on a
buzz, saw nnd his fingers slipped and
two of them were taken oft. He asks
Dies in Bath Room
Joseph B. Taylor, a laborer, was found
dead In the bath room of his residence,
H4O Snit Julian street, yesterday morn-
Ing. Death was caused by a valvular
affection of the heart. Mr. Taylor
leaves a widow and one child. The
body will be taken to Lincoln, Neb.,
Dies of Heart Disease
Mrs. Helen F. Houser, wife of a
former governor of Montana, died sud
denly Monday evening at 667 Coronado
street. Mrs. Houser came to Los An
geles five days ago for ill health. Her
death was caused by heart disease. The
bedy will be taken to Helena, Mont.,
Inquest Is Held
An Inquest was held yesterday over
the body of Henry Borgs, the boy who
was accidentally shot Sunday after
noon, the verdict being accidental
death. The funeral will be held Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the chapel
of Pierce Bros. The schoolmates of
the dead boy will attend in a body. In
terment will be at Evergreen ceme
AGED MAN SAYS NEPHEW
DROVE HIM FROM HOME
Asserts Relative Objected to His Wed.
ding Young Woman, and Since His
Marriage Has Made Life Miserable
for Himself and Wife
Claiming his nephew had driven him
from his own home and refused to
allow him to enter it again, William
H. need. 83 years of age, yesterday
afternoon applied to the prosecuting
attorney for a warrant for the young
man's arrest. His residence is on Sev
enth avenue just outside the city limits
and beyond the jurisdiction of the pros
ecutin? attorney's office, so the old
man was sent to the district attorney s
office and told to apply there for the
Reed told a story of hardship at the
police station when making the appli
cation. He stated that two years ago
he was married for the second time,
the helpmate he selected being many
years younger than himself. His neph
ew he oaid, objected to the marriage
and since the date of the wedding has
made matters unpleasant for the bride
and groom. Recently, accerding to
Reed, he was ordered to leave the
house and not return again, but re
fused to obey the command, as he
claims to have bought the house and
to still be the owner of it. Yesterday
morning, he states, matters came to
a climax and he and his nephew had
an argument on the subject, with the
result that he was forcibly ejected
lrom the house. He charges his neph
ew with assault and battery and wants
a warrant on these grounds.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF •
Neutro-Ophthalmology is a new
science of drugless healing which has
developed a large following since its
establishment in Los Angeles six
months ago. wonderful things have
been done In bringing back to health
conditions pronounced Incurable by the
most eminent men in the medical pro
fession. Drs. Davis & Willson, 162
West :.' toenth street, both practice
and teach this science.
'Phone your order for the Glen Rock
mountain spring water to south 4387.
New management. Prompt delivery.
GIBBS & KING, Props.
Senator Allison's Health Better
DUBUQUE, lowa, Nov. 27.— Senator
Allison announced today that ho would
not go to Washington until congress
convened after the holiday recess. His
health continues to Improve.
explain that this is the MK^ISSV
signature of Justus yon II l\~~ \
Litbif in blue on every )u II . |.
of the genuine — W^~
Extract of Beef
the modern aid to better and cheaper cook-
lof. Pure Food, to highly concentrated.'
that * small quantity will Impart a full,
flch flavor to and Made Dishes.
WED LAST NIGHT
SIDNErWAILES OF CHICAGO IS
THE LUCKY MAN
Have Elaborate Church Wedding-Will
Go East on Bridal Trip and Later
Make Their Home In
AA A very charming society girl was lout
to Lot Angeles society last evening,
when Miss Adelaide Brown, daughter of
Mrs. E. T. Brown of 163 West Twenty
fifth street, became the bride of Sid
ney I. Walles. The ceremony was per
formed In St. John's church by Itev.
Lewis Morris, and Waldo Farrington
Chnse played Mendelssohn's and the
Lohengrin wedding marches.
The bride was charmingly gowned In
white liberty satin made prlnecss and
trimmed with point applique. Her veil
was fastened with orange blossoms and
she carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley. Miss Errol Brown of
Washington, D. C, who attended her
an maid of honor, wore a dainty gown
of white chiffon painted with pink rose
buds, and the matron of honor, Mrs.
Henry Carleton Lee, was gowned in
pink chiffon. Both carried shower bou
quets of Madame Whitney roses. The
bridesmaids, Misses Grace Mellua,
Louise Burke, Louise McFarland, Anne
l'atton and Inez Clarke, wore pale
green chiffon and carried maidenhair
Thomas Brown, brother of the bride,
was best man, and Capt. William Ban
ning, Guerney Newlln, Norwood
Howard. Leo Chandler, Carleton Burke
and Arvln Brown served as ushers.
The church was decorated with a
color scheme of green and white, car
ried out with maidenhair ferns and
white chrysanthemums. The arches
were wrapped with the ferns, and
bankets of chrysanthemums were sus
pended cover the altar.
A supper was given at the. bride's
home after the ceremony for relatives
and members of the bridal party. The
bridal table was artistically decorated
with white bride roses and maiden
hair ferns, with tulle stretched from
tho chandelier to the corners, while
from the chandelier hung a large
shower bouquet of bride roses, and
they were reflected in a mirror which
lay in the center of the table. White
and yellow chrysanthemums and palms
decorated the living room, and in the
library large clusters of American
Beauty roses stood on the tables and
desk. A color scheme of green was em
ployed In the hall, which was banked
high with palms and .ferns.
After an extended wedding trip,
through the east Mr. and Mrs. Wailes
will make their home in Chicago.
To Solemnize Pretty Wedding
A pretty wedding which is to be
solemnized this evening will be that of
Miss May Bretherton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bretherton of Hotel
Hinman, and Thomas J. Douglas.
The ceremony will be performed by
Rev. Baker P. Lee in the reception room
of the hotel, which will be artistically
decorated with a color scheme of yel
low and green. In the corner where
the couple will stand during the cere
mony a bower of rens and yellow
chrysanthemums will be erected, and
ferns and asparagus plumosus will be
festooned in other parts of the room.
Kammermeyer's orchestra will play
the popular wedding marches, and the
bridge will be attended by Miss Maud
Bretherton as maid of honor and by
the little Misses Ethel and Ada Bran
don as flower girls.
The bride will be gowned in a beauti
ful white lace robe with veil and will
carry a shower bouquet of Cecil Bruner
roses. The maid of honor will wear a
dainty gown of pale pink crepe de
chine, made princess, and will carry
pink" bridesmaid roses. Miss Ethel
Brandon will be dressed In pink, and
little Ada Brandon will be In white.
They will both carry fancy baskets
filled with Cecil Bruner roses. Thomas
Rathbone will stand with the bride
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Douglas of 1031 West Seventh street,
parents of the bridegroom, will give a
reception to their son and daughter-in
law. Cut flowers and ferns will deco
rate the house.
The bride will wear a natty suit of
black silk and white broadcloth, with
a tiny black hat.
When Mr. and Mrs. Douglas return
from their wedding trip they will be at
home at 2916 Western avenue.
Gives Informal Social Affair
Mrs. J. Harvey McCarthy of Elden
avenue gave a delightful informal
social affair yesterday afternoon in
honor of Miss Prances Coulter, whose
wedding December 12 to Dr. R. P. Mc-
Reynolds of Philadelphia will mark the
climax of the social season.
De Nubila's orchestra played during
the afternoon, and the house was beau
tifully decorated with red carnations
and ferns. The guests Included Mmes.
Albert Moore, Oscar Trippett, Chester
Montgomery; William Bayly jr., John
V. G. Posey, Benjamin Harwood, Stella
Wesefeldt, Roscoe L. McCrea, Charles
Bonynge, Durward de Van, Warren
Carhart, Spencer Thorpe, Robert
Mitchell Allen, T. L. Patterßon, E. M.
McGillln, Misses Charline Coulter, Inez
Moore, Anna Chapman, Mary Chap
man, Elsie Laux, Adele Brodbeck, Anvils
"Van Nuys, Bertha Pollard, Allco Har
phain, Adele Brune, Marie Gavagan,
Florence Hunt, Eva Elizabeth Keating,
Aileen Jacobs and Clara Igo.
Reception and Tea
The members of the Treble Clef club
gave a delightful reception and tea yes
terday afternoon at Gamut club house,
1044 South Hope street. In honor of Mrs.
Jirah D. Cole, president of the Dom
A color scheme of pink and white
wus carried out In the decorations, and
the guests Included the members of the
Monday Musical club and the Dominant
Kirs. Fred Hooker Jones, who is presi
dent of the entertaining club, was as
sisted In receiving by Mines. William
John Schoel, Mary J. Schallert, J. W..
Hendrick. H. T. Lee, past presidents;
Mrs. G. Alexander Bobrlck, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Charles C. Travers. flnuncial
secretary: Mrs. W. G. Elsenmeyer, cor
responding secretary, and the board
members, who Include Mines. J. p. Dfc
laney V. Beardsley, Martha Hunter
and Miss Katharine McGinn.
Miss Workman to Make Debut
lnI In honor of the debut of Miss Ger
trude Dardler Workman, Mrs. W. H.
Workman of 357 Boyle avenue will give
a luncheon for sixty guests today.
Mlsa "Workman graduated from the
Girls' Collegiate school i here and Is a
charming girl of the dainty blonde type.
She will wear a pale blue silk gown
today, and* Mrs. Workman will be
gowned In black silk.
The dining room will be decorated
XOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2«. 1906.
with tiny rod rosebuds And fern*, and
ln the other room* a color scheme of
pink and green will be carried out with
rones and ferns. The place card* will
bear the monogram of the hostess.
Old Folks' Concert
For the benefit of St. James mission
of Christ Episcopal church the mem
bers Of the Hollywood Choral society,
assisted by the Anbury tnalo quartet,
gave an old folks' concert this evening
at the Ehell club house, Figueroa and
The society women of Los Angeles
and Hollywood who acted as patron
cessese esses were Mesdames Wesley Clark,
Edwin t. Earl, W. D. WoolwJne, M.
W . Lewis, Lewis Williams, Alexander
Mills, Oeorge Chaffey, E. I>. (turner,
H . IT. Hose. B. M. Thornton, H. E.
Home, C. 11. Cobler, Nellie Hlbbler,
Frank I.yon, L. Reynolds, William
Harper, J. E. Hubbard and Frank Har
Entertains with Five Hundred Party
Miss Kthelwyn Walker of 1125 Lake
street will entertain Informally this
evening with a 600 party. Pretty prizes
will be given and the score cards will
bc red with the hostess' monogram In
The dining room will be decorated
with a color scheme of red and green
and among the guests will bo Misses
Florence Thresher, Edith Osborn, .To
sephine Dillon, Mary Bernard, Arley
Tottenham, Margaret Wollacott, Emma
Marmon, Mamie Young and H. A. Copt)
jr., H. Y. Swalne, Harvard Lewis, Ed
mund Pueommun, Maurice Armstrong,
Raymond Osborn, Clarence Osborn and
Entertains Bridal Party
Miss Frances Coulter will be the
guest of honor at a luncheon to be
given today by Miss Alice Harphain
and Miss Adele Brodbeck nt Miss Harp
ham's home, 747 South Burlington ave
nue. The guests will all be members
of Miss Coulter's bridal party and will
include Misses Anna and Mary Chap
man, Annls Van Nuys, Elsie Laux,
Bertha Pollard and Charline Coulter
and also Mrs. Oscara Trippett and Mlbs
Keating. The hostesses are both mem
bers of the bridal party.
Miss Adelaide Proctor Smith, daugh
ter of Mrs. M. Elwell Smith of 2703
Halldale avenue, will be married this
morning to Lucius Phillips at the home
of the bride's mothert Only relatives
and close friends will be present and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will leave imme
diately on their wedding trip. They
will be home after December 10 at 2001
South Union avenue.
To Give Thanksgiving Dance
The members of the Delta Delta club
of Saint Vincent's college will enter
tain with a Thanksgiving dance this
evening at Cumnock hall, 1500 South
Mesdames C. C. Desmond, H. H. Bell,
S. T. Winne, Joßeph Scott, Ferdinand
Starke and the Misses Dillon will act
Guild Gives Bazaar
A bazaar was given yesterday after
noon and evening by the members of
the Woman's guild of St. Anathana
sius' Episcopal church in the parish
hall, corner Temple and Custer streets.
Mrs. E. O. Wilkinson had charge.
Compliments Two Brides .to. Be
Miss Rose Leow and Miss Lottie
Seligman, two of this season's brides
to-be, were the complimented guests
at a delightful little luncheon party
given yesterday noon at Hotel Alex
Give Dancing Party
The members of the Bachelors' and
Benedicts' club of Los Angeles gave
their first dancing party of the season
last evening at Kramer's.
To Honor Debutante
Miss Gertrude Goodtng of 1926 South
Grand avenue will give a luncheon to
day in honor of Miss Edith Herron, a
popular young debutante.
Honors Miss Woollacott
Mrs. Charles T. Howland of 1902 Har
vard boulevard will entertain at cards
this afternoon in honor of Miss Mar
Entertains Club Members
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zucker of 1714
South Grand avenue entertained the
members of the Trolley Whist club
Ailades Club Members Meet
Mrs. B. F. Blythe of 336 "West Twen
ty-first street entertained the members
of the Ailades club yesterday afternoon.
HAS BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY
Spirit of Arrangement Is in Keeping
with the Thanksgiving Season.
Cut Glass and Silver Are Used in
That the true spirit of Thanksgiving
prevails in Los Angeles has never been
doubted by any eastern_ylsltor who has
passed a few days at thls> time of the
year In the city. Not alone is the
spirit of Thanksgiving Bhown in the
hearty welcome accorded every person
who greets another during the season,
either on the street, in church or the
ater, or by the many cheery Invitations
to attend feasts, but even the stores
show that they, too, wish to spread the
true spirit of the day among their 1
friends and patrons. As a result several
of them this year have unique and at
tractive window displays which breathe
forth this wishes of the owners to
please the eye with scenes of beauty
and thanksgiving in Its true sense.
■ One in particular which has made
such an effort Is the great Los Angeles
Furniture company. Tourists huve for
many yeurs placed this Btore among
the "first in the furniture line as one
of beauty, and in sustaining its repu
tation tlie owners have made a most
elaborate window display.
K. <•. Besch, the decorator for the
company, has used in his work the
entire west window of the establish
ment as well as a large amount of floor
space. Tho window is richly carpeted
and furnished with massive mahogany,
artistically arranged. The rich ohlna
table service, costly cut glass and
gleaming silver catch the eye as noth
ing else will. In addition there is a
rich background, so arranged as to
form a beautiful conservatory, which
goes to make a picture entrancingly
lovely and one which It Is well worth
going far to Bee.
TURNS IN A NOISY STILL
When J. W. McDonald, 1939 Norwood
street, awoke from Bleep early yester
day morning he discovered his room
ailed with smoke, while the rear part
of the house was a mass of flames.'
| Rushing' to the telephone McDonald
endeavored to arouse central, but was
unable to do so. lie then ran Into the
yard and fired rive shots from his re
volver Into the air. Three policemen
responded and with their aid McDon
ald succeeded in holding the tire - In
check until the arrival of the lire de
partment. The lons was about $200.
Ji9c Flannel /4Ofy *mmr~fV bHjf^^t ftafli' J^C>--W $1.48 I tunnel (t*4 O £
skirt, 4VC 'hKTiIjP 5 ss * /rM &i*£O
fjood outlnp flnnnol nkirta In pink a^^VHia^^rtV -l^L.^ V*^JVw afO V» I /Cy V^ 4p Fln»> nntln(r flnnnri r'Khtßorrns,
nnd bltio Btrlpp=i nnd plain rolors II V-/II II ■ t/\AWv3^!nn vV V^ ¥M A J M A~/O trtmTTT-.l with braid find fancy
with polka dots; neatly ruffled B W^B«^ ITI A nil V \J*"V^//yf^r I^W stltrlilnßs; cut full lrnutli nnd
floiinros nnri yoke bands; rea;- "* "*" Wy L -—^' ' " width: well mndo nn n. repulnr
ninr fiflc vni'i> for <flc. | Roth p nOne 874 1 Broadway, Cor. Bth St. \ \ *'- 4! ' v" 1 " for >1 - " W"'"™dny.
Last Day to Buy Your Thanksgiving Merchandise
Those who through wisdom nnd foresight profit i>y these day-befoTo-Thanksglvlng offerings will hnv« an added satisfaction en the holiday. Values
are without doubt or question the best on the — offerings are uniformly opportune, Just at the time when you want. them most — qualities
There will be no disappointment in our alteration room cither, and garments promised' for Wednesday night will bo there without fall.'
Every preparation has been made for the satisfactory handling of en Immense business today. Ho here with the crowds.
Suits, Coats and Skirts Pretty Waists for Thanksgiving
For Your Thanksgiving Array ,jg* Vilue. from (he Third Floor of Surp.« 8 ln» Merit
Women's $18.50 Suits $10.00 Gaff p| .w . $ , 98 $Sti&*
Panama and mixture or nil wnrl matrrinla: ij)o.uU I IfllG WfllSlS «p4.VO <$S
jackets are witin lined, tailor strapped und ' _iflßgMjk „ ,.-.. ... , , . .. ,_ , . , *OPn
stitched with flat collar, trimmed with tm&mmßL Nrw r) ' al11 *affeta Bilk waists In nil thn lntost com- -il«. 'WT
braid; seml-flttlns style; skirts are gored KlH9mi& Mnatlonn of colors; tailor made; pretty, new, up-to- V-rffk
and plojted; vnltifH to $18.50. On snln ni $10. nLvW^qHf Wodn"^!^ well made and good flttina; 16.60 values. . jf& feto^
Women's $25.00 Suits $18.50 s§| j§™ . /vßSSriw^^i :
New tailor salts made of Panama, cheviots.' JHvift $1.25 rflll WfllSlS VOC vfl
serge and broadcloth ; Prince Chap, Eton and WjHHi • ' 'BrtfmvPllHlllßßT KSdMB
■oml-flttlna; Jackets, silk and satin lined; JHPMHffIS Npw prrailo, madrns'nnd poplin waists with polka KfflllllSlllliy fIUpOJBf
trimmed with braid, velvet and strapped and JHMfWW" dots, black and whit- chocks and stripes; Rood qual- «■ iMr ' Irßcsß
■ditched; skirts gored, plaited and trimmed (tffSBBSB^. lty '""' a regular $1.26 value for 98c. '^NDHB HUaw gWtSIB ■
,;w.:»V^'i£^^ s^^^^ P • $1.98 Poplin Waists for $1.48 Tffx
Children's $8.50 Coats $5.98 ' TT Now poplin waists with black polka a & flno /m IwHyMv
s $0..w toats j»,v;« jr Indlan hrnfl wnlßta wlth turn down llnpn co ' narB; roK . jft v|Hßn
Made 'of all wool materials In plain and mixtures; have velvet ular * 1 - 98 waists for $1.48 Wednesday.
or fur collars and fancy cuffs; plain and plaited backs; values I . I
to $8.50. on sale at $5.98. __________^ — — . — — — —^— — — —
J^PWBk PP*2- Children's $12.50 Coats $7.tt /V//an/ iV i f -T hr*L CT I\/ 1 11 €T
/^yjOgffl|yK Beautiful light and dark plaid New Fixings for § nanKbgiving
/Urn rXw£ntwS^T J W&. "' M ' s ' trimmed with strapping 7^ NcCkweaf 25c
n ^vliO^^J"sy silk; have flat or turnover collar best silk materials; 'trhnming 1 c"- <$sL}, /&£te\JK&&i 1&
WUkm RR^V-AVSA "nd fancy-cuffs; plain or plaited f PC tH in good 'color combinations; values Ww^^f^^^m fflf^st-^i
Wl)O(|!^ back i Vlll »°s to $12.50. lor $7.48. U p tc 75c In tlio lot. Wednesday at 25c. /f>nj'mH[^ffl >
ESBmS|« I^L $10 Covert Jackets $4.98 . $1.00 Neckwear 49c ™%?m *^?sS
r^Hs£r F^mar,;l;^,S? e d^°n f d\i f^^^gf
"V r ' % worth -* 10 - 00 - On sale Wedncs- . jjqq v J 0 Veils 69c A^B^^-^rl^P l^
&*^^ Fine chiffon auto veils in plain, clotted or ' "^iW^BfJ^^P^kjSJ^^
$15 Coats $9.75 $20 Coats $14.98 l! ""-y '"•';, 1 ;; 11 ';riv'-;; riv '- ; -« jo» £
v worth $1.00. On sale Wednesday at 69c. '3»lj?^ii: (%Sc * "•T^5 » ;
New tourist coats, made of Seven-eighths length tan or ' '. .'** & tffluLif £?' LSc* "
fine cloaklngs in plaids and black all wool Kersey coats; /5C Ribbon 25c Yard \ ■ Itr^^
values to $15.00. Wednesday with full flare; values to ■i. » * iv. ,„. , » : \' ,_. ■' . „ , J „ A ....
for $9.75. , $30.00 for $14.98 Wednesday. '« Initial Embroidered Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs 5c
$25.00 Evening Coats $15.00 djUUiM'MJ'fe ISc Handkerdiicfs 7/4 c , 25c Handkerchiefs IZ^c
, * • JS&s!v I IHi Fine pure linen handkerchiefs; very »,• „. lot f>r fi np «i, ( , swis^ handkerchiefs
Women's evening or parly coats In .-,11 'WRI MB aheer and have narrow hemstitched wfth "Embroidered^ design"
rmp.^n t ne! h fun S: % a ien m gt a h nU c fa alsTu? Ml 1 wSlelly^ ""
-'•-i r-ill: hove velvet collars trimmed r^aHBSSfJTO I tOt ' . . ■ lor 1 - ■-' ' „ , ... . „
with fancy braids and buttons, satin /js*g»|\V^WMiiu 19c Handkerchiefs 10c 39c Handkerchiefs 2Sc
lined; beautiful new coats worth to ll Vj^Wv\\\\\ WWll Sin or Swiss handkerchiefs with Elegant sheer Swiss or pure linen hand-
s 26.oo. Wednesday at $15.00. . />}^Wi\\\llU * JrOi dainty lace borders; handkerchiefs kerchiefs; splendid embroidered designs
.... • '-. , ' ,_ ,•• \ /•*. iwlUllw TIS worth. l9c. Wednesday at 10c. or lace edges; regular 39c value for 25c.
$15.00 Skirts $10.00 IB ' — -
Women's fine voile skirts; gored and fiiSoisSeH I Bl . '
knife and box plaited; trimmed with He 9Be_l I 11
taffeta silk bands and folds of same ffm El 1 ll W/f\ m r% 9 * /TCy I Jnrif* **\\ra n f a+ AOr>
material; cut extra full; fine voiles; JffiP^fl ]1' W OTYIGn S OOC UnQGrWCcir 3.1 'tyl'
values to $15.00 for $10.00. " ■ ■ jßßßy'lawSrk I ' ■■•■■■!,•■ -•-.-■ ■
/M^ttilH\i\ I Jersey ribbed sliver gray and fleece lined cotton vests and drawers: very soft
$6.50 Skirts $5.00 ■•- -• i^fi^m§nfnn. I finish and form fitting garments; well made and worth 65c. Specially priced at
Walking skirts made of chiffon, vKSßaifttfff^f iPi««S^.
SSSed 1d 1 a S rge stra| n e d d ou'l'd/, JBBMmB^ 98c Underwear 69c $1.50 Underwear $1.15
with knife plaiting; made In ,irw?B^§MwiO*^lß^^S»ra^ Women's natural wool Jersey ribbed Women's Swiss ribbed silk lisle vests
plaids ami checks; plain black, /K|@m9K^mNmQUKa@^o underwear; non-shrinkable kind and . and drawers; pure white, pink and
brown and blue; values to $6.50. very soft finish; vests are silk crochet sky; excellent fitting and splendid
On sale Wednesday at $5.00. TBJBBia»HHIa trimmed and . drawers ankle length, wearing garments worth $1.50. On
Second Floor. ' «*»gj^^.^fe»^ form fitting; 98c value at 69c. sale Wednesday at $1.15. .
TO FIX RATES
HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY
Asserts That the City Has No Power
to Say How Much Shall
Be Charged for
To decide whether the city of Los An
geles has the power to regulate the
rates charged by corporations, the
Home Telephone company yesterday
entered suit In the United States cir
cuit court for an injunction restraining
the city from regulating tho rates.
Assistant City Attorney Leslie K.
Hewitt entered a demurrer, alleging
insufficient cause of action. The power
of the city council to regulate the rates
of the telephone companies, the gas
companies and the light and power
companies was conferred upon It by
section 31 of the city charter.
The section provides that in Decem
ber of each year the companies men
tioned Khali make a statement of t lie
business done the preceding year and
that the rates for the ensuing year
shall be fixed on Unit basis'. Tin- Home
Telephone company refusal in meJte
imy statement last year and the coun
cil llxecl ihe maximum rates at $60 a
year fur busine.ss telephones and $24 a
year for residence telephones.
The Home company, through Oscar
B. Trippett and A. B. Mcl'utcheon, Its
attorneys, contends that tno rates
which it shall charge were fixed in the
franchise which was granted in l»0i!,
and thut inasmuch as the frwrthlM iH
in effect a contract between the city
ud the company the rates are not
subject to change by the city council.
Assistant City Attorney Hewitt said
that under the charter the council is
empowered to niako the" rates which
the companies can charge and this
power is not affected by any contract or
agreement contained in a franchise.
The vital point In the city's contention
is that the rates specified In the fran
chise were simply maximum rates and
ware, not specific charges.
The cubo is being tried before Judge
H. Z. OSBORNE
for City Treasurer
Republican nominee, veteran Union sol-
dler, writer, editor mid publisher.
Pioneer, in l.cis Angelea. For last 23
years active useful mul publlc>Bplrlted
cltisen. Iri'onice a tried, vigilant. cap<
able and courteous public servant.
PAYS TWENTY DOLLARS
ON BATTERY CHARGE
On the charge of assault and battery
E. A. Abernathy, a painter, was fined
$20 and costs by Police Justice Austin
yesterday afternoon. Abernathy was
charged with having struck O. F. Ber
ryhlll In a fight In a paint shop on
First street near Spring, but this Ab
ernathy denies, claiming that Berryhill
was the aggressor. The young man was
severely Injured and after being ar
rested was taken to the receiving hos
pital for treatment. Berryhill suffered
no injuries In the fight.
I DR. CHARLES
1 Sr the
ink. \ This Is the only
Sk?V \\sn » \ preparation
Vi«ji)l' : -ii > --VJ 1 A known to medical
W*^ .-■ /VvV » iclence that CRE-
"-^r< *=>» ~ ATEB GOOD.
rutll. IIiiAI.THV FLESH and clears
th I complexion of every blemish, such
as pimples, blackheads, etc.. without
internal medicines. FOR RKMOVINO
WKINKM.S It Is without an equal.
For Developing the Bust
or restoring ' a wasted breast lost
through nursing or slekr»-» making
THIN CHEEKS PLUMP and filling
the hollows of a scrawny neck there
Is no othe prepnratlon In th* world
.int ha« my comparison.
On rale and wmnmi>nded by
OFF DRUG COMPANY
2 14 South Spring St.
SPECIAL OFFER '"& u & r
Charles' Klesh Food Is JI.CU a box. but
to introduce It Into thousands of new
homes its proprietors have decided to
s.'iul two (ii boxes to all who answer
this advertisement and send them on*
dollar. All packages are sent In plain
wranner postne* prepaid.
F R1717 v sample box. Just enough to
1 CIK»K> convince you of the great
merit of Dr. Charles' Flesh Food, will
be sent free for ten rents, which pays
for cost- of mulling. We will alto send
our Illustrated book. "The Art 'of
MnKsnge," which contains all th*
proper movements lor magsafrtr • the
'•cc. neck and arms, and full direc-
tions for developing- the bust. Address.
Hundreds of our business men part
with their appetites every day In tin-
' . of th* I
Kn tire -basement'll. :\V. ii.iini.iu build-
ing, Fourth and Spring streets.
S3^^i».B«.hm ■■*_ ' Eyery mother feels i
KUlii M list* eat dread of the p ain
■ ■■I 111 iWillli'llli and danger attendant upon
HiT^MIIirU IfllifiHW the most critical period
a^-eW 'of her life. Becoming
• mother should be. a source of joy to all, but the suffering and :
danger incident to the 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 Blade painless, but all the danger is avoided '
by its use. ' Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or '
g loomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the
serious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother's ■fl^Vstß^ Aav9srW''<
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," |nll||lr I* m
says many who have used it. $i.oo per it I\r I IRIS'S •iJ
bottle at drug stores. Book containing ,
valuable information of interest to all women, will " rt_iAam At
be s«nt to any address free upon application to '— W*m _j|^l||| P>
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Go. H B IVlivi
~~- ~>~; ~~ ■„ —^.,
i ILJI /TKIi iP* \\& fli TTO jfil |l^ A 4\\ /^lm 10) /A(O /TMVnfC^
|! JdIOILCIS HIM JKCSOriS ■■■
Santa Catalina Island
Hotel Metropole Now Open on the European
Plan, With Cafe In Connection
Rooms $1.00 Per Day anl Up
STEAMER MAKES ROUND TRIP DAILY
Two boats Saturday. Qrand illumination and eruption of Sugar Loat '
Saturday evenlnar. ! *
Bee railway time cards for steamer connection. BANNING COMPANf, Pl»» '
title Electric Bids:.. Lou Angeles. Both Phones 33. - ■■• ''■
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO. For Honolulu, Japan
I * CHINA, MANILA, INDIA AND
AROUND THE WORLD V.
Sailings from San Francisco Nov. SO, Dec. T. 14, 21, 28, etc.
For literature apply to T. A. GRAHAM, Agent. 600 S. Spring at. coi-ntr -
i Sixth. Also agent for all Transatlantic Steamship lines. .
j WfMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL AND BATHS
° Los Angeles ~ '. ;
Everything flrst-claaa. natural not medicinal water, unexcelled In cura-
tive properties. Baths free to guests. European plan, prices reasonable.
Take Blmlnl car on Broadway direct to door, one fare.
T L IP Mf'/T* TO Dancing Tonight in Elegant
V ll^/ICf New Pavilion on the Pier
RIIPTIIRF fJIRFn ■WHkout the kalfe or low of time. «
11 X I I nr 1.l nrll anteu our results. CHI or write for testi-
lUl I Ulll V>UllLlS monlals. l'litiii.rrv iiirniu: d mm, *1B«i
____^________^__^^_^_ 8. Spring- st. Hooms 8 and 8. Hours 10. to.
■~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ r> ii nd 7 to 9.
L . C. MII.I.UH, 1-rr.l.lrut! J. a.
KHIINCII. Vie. IT*., and ties. M r.
I VUB K. COBU. Sec. a .d I rr...
Venice of America Land Company
EAST VtNICt 0» AMtRICA TKACT
FkwMcsi liuuic «VTT, luutl MSI.
Newest and bast of close-in nropsrttta.
Only to minutes' ride from th* bualnua
can tar. . Bis; lota. Low price*.
JANSS COMPANY Owners
lull* MMI. I »1... I'ru.l Bids.'
Uriel KauxU «ud k v ilu».