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JL Starts on Its Third Week with an Entirely New List of Bargains _^f^_
I, iililMHliiiiiiiii There'll Be Bigger Crowds and Greater Values Monday Than Any Day of the Sale (jjj&fslJWrtefii
Iht^P' _^ /* 1 The first half of this sale was marked by many sensational values and record-breaking r "~ \\ n^^-^**™**^! 118/1 §1
ff #>' ■" Cl 0 ¥ if/ Xl ™n fnrcpt «a» 1 crowds. Monday morning we will throw the doors open and welcome you to an entirely 12?2C DreSS r* \ ' Mj \Il^"flB^ \m^J/ [■
ISJ.ll^P^^ lirJ/ l=i 2 ursci r7l/-r new list of bargains; merchandise from the Central stock which we have held in reserve nams ■% */^ \W W W*ml
\W m V&S Covers / I for this time. Counters and tables are piled high with the choicest goods and the values ""*" B1 *a M © liL> VWL I** JT Jt/
X^^^y Values to 2SC « /V are without a parallel even in the first part of the sale. This stock was too large to handle StOVA. M. V-^ L^^ XJwll i' I X 3/
*1 jA 'ffS' v , " • all at once, so we divided it into two divisions and tomorrow we begin the sale of the sec- FtiMy drosa g ihams in pink, blue. Brosd- N^^S M 1 jMf Both
Broad" \wlg dl rg JbJ/ For one hour, dainty muslin corset on( anc j biggest half. The merchandise is all of the same high character as that sold the black' and brown checks and wiy \SllfcUilsy Phones
way choneS covers, trimmed with lace and em- rat days of the sale, and the values are even better. Come with the crowds tomorrow. eB= u^Xs PT7o sl^No^ne Corner nB WP Ex.
Corner >^i WKf Ex. broidery, tucked backs, loose or fit- gtore win be Q nat go . clock and there will be "Something Doing" every minute until orders, limit I<s yards." at BVie. Filth NJ*^^ 874
Fifth >^^ 874 values to 25c. Bto 9. 7%c Jfi B e here in time for the early morning, specials _ and shop all day. \- __ — / _^ _^
( U/hita u/.ch f,nn/lc I 15 Bargains on Sale Bto9A. M. That Break All Value Records f DreSS Goods
Wnite WaSn UOOaS NO PHONE or mail orders will be filled on these, they will be on sale for one hour only a c-iiT & a A
Extra SpeCialS 10c M B .lin, 8I.«, Sc B%c Flannels Sc . SOc Work Shirts 29c 14.00 Curtains 2Sc 65c Linoleum 3»c & Silks RedUCed
Full yard wide unbleached muslin; Heavy California flannels. 21 inches Men's heavy work shirts In khaki. white and Arabian lace curtain*. "TflnolSSm ta Srtaa^lt ' noeFANCT . iOr
soc white I() f extra good quality, firm weave wide; pink, blue and cream colors; black sateen and other durable 3 and 3% yards long; many^dalntj ".k 11^.1. ch?.lc.o .m ,m 6Bc «S2lit"° DKKSS SILKS ,„, 4VC
<-OOBS /7 re Xgular g°loc values^' limit 10 yards 8 1 -3 c Quality Bto 9, none to deal- mater.aU, ,n checks an,. stripes; pattern.. a*W- «ffrjg>2^ gg-g ' £fc ai^!'ay^ '' Handsome new spring sllks In
Beautiful sheer white Roods in to a customer; Bto9,at 5c a yard. era; 5c a yard. extra boo qualities, »to 9. -JC curtama voitn to »* a p „„„„,,,, « • stripes, checks and figured effects;
stripes, checks and figures, for sum- _ »-.li-» .y 12!4r Ve.t »t»0 Sc limit two. . -oceacn. $1.00 Blanket! 2Sc rich color combinations; heavy,
mer suits and waists; values to 20c; 5/3 C Toweling 473 C \LTIZ V',lov, ac )o . 12^C Hose, Bto9, Sc 25c | ower§ 10c neece cotton blankets In tan, gray durable all-silk weaves; 76c and 90c
Monday 10c a yard. S Bleached cotton crash, heavy twilled Low neck and sleeveless spring sipgip . folHjre rO sesandfo- and white, with fancy borders; values Monday at 49c. p
s« i7^c sfssss asserw-— K«^srw-^ BSrlCss-ims s-t.5:. ™•»»• gfiul $1.09
An extensive assortment of pretty B • $1.00 Shapei, Bto 9, 39c H#nHl ,,,, ?Kr • ISc Silkollne 7>4c Genuine Read's Lansdowne; stan
organdies and embroidered Swisses; 21 Inch Silk 19c opu]ar new styles in fancy block Boston Garter. I2&C BSc Handbats 25c ISC nKOline /^C _ dard quality of silk and wool dress
exquisite new designs in a full com- oualitv 21-inch Jap silk .n shapes; Milan, leghorn and rough Half price for these famous gar- Black, green and blue; women s Handsome new designs in fancy ,,,l ds , n , he new Bprlng snades;
plement of the popular colors; reg- blua white cream and colors; Bto braids In black, white and colors; ters; assorted colors; sold regular- leather handbags In several sizes; floured sllko lie; new perfect goods. so ld regularly at $1.76; extra special
ular 350 qualities; half price Mon- 9"„ only 19c ' Bto 9. 39c. ly for 25c; Monday, Bto 9, 12*0. regular 85c bags. Bto 9. 25c. extra 15c quality at 7He Monday J1.09.
day, only 17% c. • • ' ' _,-,,, __ mm^m —» ——-^-———— *i.ii> black ft
ide lawns C c " ' ~~ fm^—^^^BMamMM—mßaommm bbwhB«B«is«MBBiBBBBiMBBBB«»BB««^»-— —1 I* 6 . 1 N xaiif.ta "OC
;Tncv Ar/u.n S m about anfhe New Victoria Ple«ter $3 Flounce and Corset Cover Embroidery AQ r OaiTiple Und6riTlUslinS Klne lustrous taffeta; yarn dyed
* ancv dress lawns in about all the 11CW YILIUIIO ritaiti riOUllCe UIIU VOlScl V/OVcr niIIUrUIUCI J /B^J/^ I */% .> « quality; very desirable for waists
™>DUlar shades; fabrics worth to ... c hßn ce fg| 3^s gg| 18 to 20 In. Wide, Mond«y - T"3r W $2- 50 Values 98C and dresses; $1.19 vulues on sate at
lVc a yard- limit one dress pattern i.,,.«t chance to OjU \ lo 10 ZU 111. Wide, lVlOnaay.._ _ - * ' >?£..UV T UIUC3 yuv )5c yard
to a customer; Monday at 6c a yard bnr thrm M «n- Wg^^^k Thousands of yards of beautiful St. Gall embroideries- made of fine sheer swiss, nainsook and batiste; Gown^chemlse. - , drawers, skirts Mo WOOL 19C
wir.le 1000 yards last. , ln y nt . JlSm^^ 1 wide showy margins and embroidery designs; IS to 27 inches wide; corset cover, flounce and skirt |*28a| ' '"' ', ? covers; a MiriM.s . V «>Vt
3ll<o?wir» 25C -- / yliraPr^ ' widths; $2 and $3 values. This will create a sensation that will bring a crowd tomorrow at 49c yard. MufS^Mi manufacturer's sum- Spring suitings In light and dark
Ar.ruijiE *» /Sr ,-fililr llP^^ll ■•*"■■"•'■•■■■ | , GaW"^m j>lo line of high shades in about all colors; regular-
Newest summer dress fabrics; sheer L,O^ m'MtSi Jimmfe 2Oc Vai-Laces <5r SLflolB'ln- AllOVerS 25c JCI v lia undermus- ---• B9c; Monday" so
swins applique in pretty new colors; vJgpllWfl/firtfflllWl'l'WJia'' Val. UaCcis Ot <)I.UU 1O 111. miurtia u%)\. ■ b^__jfc4? •• r ,i $1.35 WOOL on
angular 39c value; Monday 25c. n||Hl ™™ assortment of laces; torchons, edges and Our regular Monday embroidery sales attract crowds WWtt\ "dutifully trimmed VOIIES tS 'C
Sso LINKN ?5C linPfl|l''!!!Jß I insertions; 1 to 3 inches wide; matched sets; of customers; tomorrow's offering Is one or the best i» I in. \L \ and perfectly made; A fine assortment of foreign and
SIIIIXJ «v S-rmMll'^Sfn Mot' Vals. and Point de Paris laces; ■- to 1 inch; firm of the season: new cambric, swiss and nainsooK j» ij MWJ a declde d bargain nomestic voiles In attractive dark
Smooth evenly finished linen suiting I^MhE^iS^^^mWMslf i mesh; exquisite new designs; a big cleanup of allover embroideries, 18 inches wide, in open, met, l WmMUhf Monday on the third shades, Including black; 40 to 41
-m pink, blue, green, gray and nat- ||g^^^^^po»P« lace from the Central Department Store; 10c, 15c blind and heavy embroidery designs; values to »i I r--Afil floor. Undergar- Inch dress goods; $1.25 value Mon
ural colors; 33c quality; extra spe- iggSgiiSis'SlpPfS?'' \ and -'"■ values; Monday oc. at 2"ic yard. ftr jTJ ments worth to $2.50 lay 89c. I
I cial at 25C. . •■■ i^fjt^^ I Jffv I On ;.ale ut 98c each. \ waMaMHMMHMMMHa^ mm^m^*^^^y
Sale New Tailored Suits"^ M&k 11« Bankrupt Stock Waists i/ 2
*- nn 3 rd s^u ror ;oe dcaleis; Monday '810 s:3°- ' ilti^h^? 75c Stylish Spring Models 39c
$22.50 Merry Widow and Prtnce Chap $15 00 ft&L— lc pearl iJ^Sni-.v.v.-.v.v.v.v.v.'.v.ioS lf«Wjl 300 regular TS C good iaw n wa.sts on sale tomorrow « t 39 c. T h lB wm certaimy
Qi.L.OV LllLTiy TTIUUVY tt-iu I I uin. v «"^^ -^®»^^^, '"" sl" " Halr plna '"'' W-f HSWv&iEI J« 3fto regular Tac good lawn waists on sale tomorrow at 39c. This will certainly
a, «,, o i 0,-,o Keml-fltted .styles included in this matchless collection of beautiful tai.- c^Qn/f^/^SS. ln° Cube Plna _•"■'■ Si jßrt^iftjl * 1 prove an irresistible price to every woman In need of a waist. New lace and
a «ilt«- iiviflo of fine wool materials in a select line of colors; champagne, brown. f^iWf/ \ "'i;>i- Llnen^Coraet .Lace 5.............340 , 6:.: JMII«'I«L^ V embroidery trimmed models, with wide panels of embroidery down front; sleeves
v- ffrav Corenh-igen checks and stripes; FULL .SILK OR SATIN LINED; strictly /fsjfjl /A A jc Mf»i;»''l« I'>'» ""'• ! " -:> .'..?& fc^i^"Cl iftufeif finished with late trimmed cuffs; also plain tailored waists In figured madras;
S£SS«; BtS E gored and plaited styles; trimmed (tmlfo® 15c White ====^== ■" f^sW?*ff*y black, red. blue and white mixtures. These are exceptionally good values at 75c.
with strappings and folds; the greatest suit value In Los Angeles tomorrow; suits %|r^] / VSF = More than twenty distinct styles in the lot. Choice Monday at 39c.
W°rth $8 00 Skirts $5 98 $6.00 Suits $3.98 ffiM SalpOfSoaf) "^^^ $275 Waists $1.48 51250 Silk Waists $4.95
$S.UU SKIHS SO.VO *"lV" °" ' * fMI&W Oil IV I/I OUdU A^w^.^iMSi;:^^ Made of sheer white lawn In hand em- Distinctive new models, artistic in design
Shown in fine chiffon ponama and ™U- S-^and^s^^irf India llnon. iTM , , p«.,,- M • - »««" M^i^^f 1 o^iS! '--"- -• -,u«slte,y trimmed; s.,k waists In
ing; new shadow stripes and plain colors, r styles; plaln tailored or trimmed with lace M IMJW -'■- Roger & Gaiiefs Soap.... 17c J^3^;:.r^to^i:;.l short sleeves- handsome new styles; . black, light blue, pink, navy. gray, checks.
gored and plaited, trimmed with wide nml embroidery; tucked and plaited; skirts 11/ l llfllft 2So Col Kate'a Lettuce Soap ljc K^:*-:J"jb«JSßf:|iißa\ all sizes- values to $2.75 Monday $1.48. stripes and plaids; net waists in white
bias folds and straps; regular and extra gored and plaited, trimmed with wide bias iflmftjL | s«,^c^tiio'soa'? 1' Vle I? e!MBsF§l all sizes; v ' . an d ecru; values to $12:50; $4.95.
sizes;" $8 values $5.98. '""' - JIM I lIhV'V 5c Palm Soap ...'. ?9c doz. 87 ri-^S^M^^l <C I 7C F)r^««PS fi^C \
$«! no Skirts $3 75 $15.00 Linen Suits $10.00 /lifrmm. fScS'-Toi^ia;:::::::::::::.^..^ %m§SH$ d ? IJZ ot nne $1-00 Petticoats 48c
Smart J>3. O!is!nl^ 7 Panama All linen suits in the latest jacket, semi and /W^ro^ljX 10c H^^S Jo VjWjfl B» Tw..-,.i. cc bouse "• '!^ « _ „ cambrlc sklrts . ful , cut
Smart new mode!., in cecillan, panama fitted sty'o,.;3o to 36 inches, in length; plain ff^TjlO^ \£ %Z^B^?L%T""/.:::: * J^ffi fk J^ Hi'te ?r7mmecl "^ Ith " wide"" C p "a a^Tnic^y flnished^Uh lace
and suitings; extensive assortment of white and beautlfu y embroidered In colors; Ci/flrliar«Jr ' ° Sak?" cameli" 1" Toiu-'t Soap 5* l W«s4» skfrts cut and finished with deep and embroidery; an unusually good value
colors; new circular, gored and plaited trimmed with all-linen torchon lace and In- gfU lbc Dr. Mill's Carboy Boap -■*<■ &*g9im&*9%otix flminces about all sizes- values to at $1; Central Department Store Bank
models; trimmed with strapping and sertlon; skirts are gored and plaited, trimmed 150 witch Hazel Soap 'Vie a^^lfOS*?? flounces; anout an bitch, vmu upt stock; Monday 48c.
folds; $5 skirts Monday $3.75. With folds. '»r 100 Ramona Toilet Soap «<• I . '&kKsSirXli3k »i.io_>ii oo<- _j
J 15c Pears Unscented Soap ..100 V r"*" 11 .. "'" \ —• —■—^^—————^ ~^—^- ..——^
FOR GRAND FINALE
WAR WILL BE ENDED NEXT
Campaign for Members One of the
Most Successful Ever Held by
Young Women's Chris.
The members of the Young Women 1*
Christian association are advancing
elaborate preparations for next rues
day, which they purpose making tne
great day in the "war of the ruse.-,
• their membership campaign.
The bloodless war will be over ai
S:3O the evening of April SO, when the
successful leader is to be crowned May
,ai,cii and the board of managers are
hoping at this time- to be able to re
port a. greatly increased membership.
that a much larger number of young
women may be dellnltely interested in
the work of the association, and m
sharing the Increased expenses of the
new building at I^sl-255 Hill street,
which will be ready for occupancy
early in May.
The chief officers in the 'war of the
are Captain Emma Rosa of the
"white roses" and Captain Gladys Do
Witt for the "red roses."
I :■-,-rutting stations will be estab
lished for Tuesday as follows:
j N - o _ j p y, w, c. A., corner Third and
No. 2.—i> a. in. Bullock's store.
No. 3.-8:30 a. m. Blackstone'e store.
No. 4. —& a. m. Broadway Depart
jsj 0 5, —g ; 3O a. m, lioston store.
j; o ' 6.-8:30 a. m. Coulter's store.
No. 7.—S a. m. The Fifth Street
Xv 8. — 8:80 a. m. Staub s Shoe store.
No' 9,_8:80 a. m. YUle de Paris.
Members of the Y. W. C. A. board of
managers and committee workers will
he in these stores all day to receive
new members, the assignments being
Station 1. — Mesdatnes T\ ilHam J.
Chichester, Smith, H. W. Brodbeck and
C. K. Rose.
Station 'I.— Mesdames C. E. Day, J.
M. Clute, C. L. Nichols, Kite and Miss
Station 3.—Mesdanies 1). K. Edwards,
S Slyder, J. Patchin Harter, Mary
sinsabaugh and Miss .Mabel McKeen.
Station 4.— Mesdames Leonard Mer
rll S, P Mulford, Gra<:e Jacobs Fran
ces Barber, Elsie Bosbyshell, H. B.
l'adelford and Miss Emma Ouckes.
Station s.—Mesdame.s W. J. Hole
I'-rank A. Dewey, W. H. Smith, George
H. Wadleigh, Clara liaker and W. T.
Station 6.—Mesdanies E. J. Marshall,
Mllbank Johnson, Gall Johnson, S. S.
Salisbury, Miss Frances Clarke and
Miss Elizabeth Campbell,
Station 7.—Mesdames S. D. Burks, D.
E. Luther. T. F. Miller J. Edward
Brown and Charles Atsatt.
Station B.—Mesdanies W. C. Patter-
son. Robert Farrar, H. "v\*. Mills, Z. D.
Mathus, H. H. Morrow and L. A. Ross.
Station 9. —Mesdamea A. F. Stewart,
Roy Pinkham, R. K. Floeter, J. O.
Churchill, Charles W. Brown and S. G.
Spoils of war. —To every young wo
man who secures twenty-five new
members a scholarship for the educa
tional year 1908-09, either in the Kym
nasium, English department or do
mestic science department, as she may i
To the young woman who secures
the most new members a scholarship
as above, with a two weeks' summer
outing at the Adelphian house in ad
Every active membership ($1) counts
Every associate membership ($1)
counts one point.
Every sustaining membership ($5)
counts five points.
Every life membership (JlOoi counts
one hundred points.
SENTENCED FOR STRIKING
AGED SAN PEDRO MAN
E. D. James, who was arrested in Sin
Pedro by Patrolman Coe of Los An
geles for striking an aged man. was
arraigned in Police Justice Austin's
court yesterday morning on a charge
of battery. He was fined $30 or the
ail, rnative of thirty days in the city
According to the testimony Janus,
while intoxicated, made an unprovoked
attack upon an old man who wis
carrying a parcel.
YOUNG MAN'S PROMISE FAILS
TO MOVE DESK SERGEANT
After almost running down a small
newsboy and narrowly missing several
pedestrians by rnuning his horse at
a fast gait down Main street, A. C,
Joslin, aged about 20, was arrested near
Third and Main streets by Patrolman
Lennox and taken to the central police
station pnd booked on a charge of
Joslin toid the desk sergeant If
turned loose ho would never drink an
other dron. His story had no weight,
however, and he was locked up.
THINK PRISONER STOLE
SET OF CARPENTER'S TOOLS
\V. H. Reynolds was arrested yester
day afternoon on Main near First street
by Detectives Hosick find Zeigler and
Patrolman Whaling. He was taken to
thi central police station, where he
was booked on a oharge of suspicion.
When arrested Reynolds hud in his
possession a sack containing a. quan
tity of carpenter's tools. These are
believed to have been stolen.
Reynolds told the officers in- was a
carpenter and was en route to Gar
Chauffeur, studied medicine and law
f,>r three years, good practice, available
its witness, thirteen tllW B acquitted
without damages, seeks a position with
a hundred-horse power machine, —
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORJNING. APRIL 2G, 1008.
■SB bUSP^'" '"■ '■'■'■'
PROF. D. NYVALL
A recent visitor to Los Angeles of
national reputation among the Swedes
was Prof. D. Nyvall of McPherson,
!!,■ arrived Saturday, April n, and re
mained till Wednesday evening, April
22. He did not come primarily as a
sightseer, but to fill an engagement to
preach and lecture at the Swedish tab
ernacle, Francisco and Lincoln streets.
During the time of his stay he deliv
i red twelve addresses, principally ser
His last address was a lecture on
Sweden given Wednesday evening, and
closing just in time to enable him to
take the Southern Pacific valley train
for the north.
Prof. Nyvall was born in Sweden in
1863. His education was most com
prehensive and thorough. After com
pleting special courses at several acad
emies and colleges he took the bacca
laureate degree at the University of
CJpsala and then studied for two years
in the School of Medicine at Stock
holm. Returning to TJpsala for two
years he received the degree M. Ph. C.
(Medico-Philosophical Candidate) in
I ssi. One more year was spent in
Stockholm in the study "1 natural
science. In languages also he has
great proficiency. His reading is very
give and methodical, embracing
almost every field of knowledge. The
comprehensive information that he has
accumulated is shown In the versatility
with which he makes his sermons and
lectures sparkle with arguments and
illustrations taken from all domains of
Professor Nyvall came to this coun
try in 1886. Here his work has been
principally as an educator. For two
years ho was instructor In the Swedish
department of Chicago Theological
seminary. In 1892 he was called to the
presidency of the Swedish Evangelical
Covenant College and Seminary, then
located in Minneapolis, but which was
in 1894 moved to Chicago. Being a
man of deep philosophical and scientific
training, he exercised considerable in
dependence of thought and interpreta
tion and did not always follow the non
essential formulae and traditions of the
old leaders. This brought about con
siderable opposition to his work from
a small but influential set of men with
in the covenant, and finding his work
hampered thereby he resigned his posi
tion In this college and seminary in
1905 and the same year was called to
the presidency of Walden college,
Kansas, which place he has held until
this year. He will now for some time
devote himself principally to the lec
Professor Nyvall has all the enthu
siasm and hope and ambition of youth
and is able in his addresses and his
associations with young people to im
bue them with his own aspirations and
Inspirations. Thi particular character
istic of his addresses is his masterful
use of paradoxes, the startling effect
of which he never falls to justify.
ONLY A DOZEN MISS
Six at Central Station Await Orders
to Join the Fleet— But Ten
Notwithstanding the fact that al
most every sailor was given shore
leave during the stay of the fleet oft
the adjoining i oaat towns not more
than a dozen bluejacket! are strag
glers and are In the city now.
Yesterday six sailors who had I
reached thr wharves Just too late to
get aboard their respective ships be
fore they sailed returned to Los An
geles and called it the central police
station, where they made their head
quarters while waiting for a train to
take them to Santa Barbara, where
th,ey will join the fleet.
It is worthy of note that only about
ten men have deserted from the fleet
since the Squadron has been off the
Southern California coast towns.
FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
DESTROYS STORE BUILDING
Fire of an unknown origin In the
White Kitchen and the Barrett cigar
stand at s^o and 522 West Seventh
■treet early yesterday morning dam
aged the buildings and contents to the
extent of approximately $1250. The
.strenuous efforts of the firemen pre
vented the flames from spreading to
the Israel wholesale liquor house next
Both the restaurant and cigar stand
ESCAPES FROM GUARD
BUT IS RECAPTURED
"THE RABBIT" MAKES DARING
Highwayman on Way to Serve Long
Term at Folsom Jumps from Mov.
ing Train —Posse Searches
Louis Harris, alias Louis Willey,
alias "The Rabbit," who, when he
I was sentenced to eighteen years in
Folsom prison on Thursday, was char
acterize d by Judge James as one of the
most dangerous criminals, jumped from
a moving train yesterday morning be
tween Tlpton and Pixley, in Tulare
county, while being taken to the penal
Institution by Deputy Sheriff Dan
Crowley, with City Marshal Miller of
Monrovia acting as guard.
The news of "The Rabbit's" escape
'was Immediately telegraphed Sheriff
Hummel by Deputy Sheriff Woods,
who was on the same train with Crow
ley on his way to San Quentin with
another prisoner. Telegrams were sent
officers in towns along the line in the
vicinity of the place where Harris
escaped and within an hour thirty men
were scouring the country in search
of the fugitive. Crowley anif Miller
joined in the chase and three hours
after the prisoner jumped from the
train he was recaptured.
Harris was convicted on a charge of
robbing a Chinese of $8 on February
lfi, his trial taking up almost two days,
during which time, on account of the
man's desperate nature, two officers
I were constantly on guard to prevent a
I probable break for liberty.
Harris was arrested February 24, and
when taken to the county Jail from the
police station managed to place him
self among a crowd of visitors, with
whom he coolly left the jail and dis
appeared. A week later he was found
hiding in the home of a friend on Char
ming street. He had already served
one year in Folsom penitentiary for
WIFE SEEKS WORD OF
MISSING MINER HUSBAND
The sheriff- office has been asked
to carry on a search for the where
abouts of Dr. Frank P. King, who has
been missing from his home in this city
since February 21.
Dr. King, who was once a miner in
Alaska. Is a member of the G. A. R.
and was formerly a member of the
Niagara Falls lodge of Elks. A marked
peculiarity about the man Is that he
is fond of telling Btories and usually
laughs at those he tells. Dr. King's
wifp offer.-i a liberal reward for infor
mation concerning him.
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VSJ? ha»"ment ii.^w. Hainan Announcement of opening la a few
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Extra boat Saturday evenings. . ..1.--; lt
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European plan—Cottages. .V:',, , To view the Marine Gardens.
GREATEST FISHING KNOWN '
BANNING COMPANY, ' .'". ) ' ; • 104 Pacific Electric Building ,
. Phcnes; Main 449:- F6576. . ■- ''■- --' "..r"" r', *'?.-'*■''■■.;■■'?
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. . For Honolulu, Japan
ll • CHINA, MANILA, INDIA AND AROUND THE WORLD
„.,,_„, Manchuria. Mongolia, Korea, Siberia and China, now In • service, b*ln« IB*
largwi'vessels sailing from the United States for th. orient via Honolulu. s ._;
• Soiling* from Son Francisco "• -
May 0, 10, 26; June 8, 0, 10, 23, 30; July 11, 23.
For literature apply to T. A. GRAHAM, agent. 600 South Spring ' street, corner Sixth,
Also agent for all Transatlantic steamship lines.
i Ki/t- a I ir\\A/ I A hin In Laurel canyon, near Hullywopd. Furnished bun-
BLNGALOW LAND galow. with meals at Bungalo* Inn by day, w«elt
//■» or month; open all year. Sunday dinner, a. specialty. Call up Sunset phone. Holly
-ILJf woo" Mil and arrange now for a chicken tinner. Pur* "ounta'n *''„»?,? 4 %t'
Cl*e to city. City office CHAS. B. MANN, 825 W. Fourth street. Phone A 4171; Main 468 J.