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Both plain tailored and elaborate models, up to date and de- Th/seVreVg^arTlTs and ,1.50 t^t^kliy °ee.^ fT'^o a yard. • ''ig^^^^^rlg^.W 1 £*£L^ T^^^|» cidedly pleasing in design and finish. There are lace waists, too, in values. New patterns, ROand 54 As a leader for today all three lines s&.C~ > ~ >— \ ' ffuft'f/Tfa J^Sk. ■ C_ ? white or ecru, that are especially dainty and attractive. Make the inches wide by 2!* and 3 yards long. will go at 18c a yard. /^T\V*3^ /*^il)wSs^v Av^>~-> /1/ 'I itihgWJ^^L SsPSkt most of this opportunity to supply your waist needs! Bungalow Nets, Yd. rfr-" c Drapery Remnants at I / /-^^^M^M&^W^^mMlimfyf^^^^ ~~ ~ — Many now mission do- / For today you may select |/l) / A \ NJ| Jt^^ll W/Am MM[¥'l^^^ . 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Well made, neatly Wnrnp.n s Hern iirsfifl Lnw snnPR n/l kmti i^; cS^»m finished dresses that fit- io°k and wear wen. ,yo U save flUlHuii 0 111511 UIUUU LUff UISUUU- MT Wi'^' ml V J JtßdkJ^WJ\ lBBi»l^a_____l "'' Just onedollaronthese All sizes. 6to 14 years. and $5 Values Cut to Only $995 Ty™in|iraM^P Hiah Srhnnl Girk' Every pair of these is from cither the Wichert & V £_== /JM I Mil ff#ft/j%i (111 MUSsliiil Illtll UUIIUUI Ull 10 Ul UuODu 01 _^I^a^«^_S«^4Sf AllE.-d W; iSI i/l ™ llini We Specialize on These Unusual Sues VI models of two-eyelet ties, four-eyelet tics and one-strap pumps. /Mil' \\ lH^lli\ 1/ IMV |_\j/ iMi^S^^^ New arrivals that will particularly appeal to well dressed high An unusual opportunity to buy the finest footwear at an extraordi- / PWJ: ' W^illP^/l \ \Wt?*T~/| llMJ^PPr^^^ schoolgirls. They embody style, fit and finish in every line and narily low price. A clear saving of $1 to $2. [IfU . \j v^J^T [i I 11^* ~s ll I tU^^^KE^raC^ iohl Made of checked 'P laid or Plain ginghams and chambrays, in ' v "^tfjZJdxani C^ "*"* J _V^-^ii-"' t—JLIJL/^riSEw Ks'lsls&s?' ' pretty tailored and trimmed models. Come in 33, 35 and 37-inch Why Be Without a Piano When Hamburger Makes ":—~-'^~ rjr^-* -^^3^^^ 'enE'"s- __ the Buying of it so Easy? A B c D E F UfiCfGriTHlSliflS 4S^.l%'_9li': Jt's simple to add a piano to the ■ !^^^^S§S^l^^9 Of/flfAh A Smart, all-linen tailored suit, in natural shades, white and Ay rfl . ,r^r *^' '^^/' home today on the plan we operate. T^rrf=l*^m\ wSM UnUlull «1 colors. Extreme style in every line VlluU Unmatchable 7Ko Iv '7. -4 V/^J\ You have the advantage of a tre- QlnknUU A most striking effect in fine, sheer lawn, in black and AAP ft J? I™*1 ™* f Ull /^SV%g^feS^Jl ,vor,«a m ™ spiar , nsto LoLron, mHi «»■"• ! D white and color, Beauty S'J! ~-™ jj-^.JJ. -- and prices are very low indeed. W^^_fV@^i 1H . QL'pfpSi P TlllB mode1 ' m fashionable linen material, is shown in many 07 QC of the sheerness and the dainti- AP^T TSrvlTr \ \\Tr TUio W7"«olr'c <%r»ia/-Jal fillHL Unulull U colors. An especially attractive design Oliuj ness of these garments js im- AfM ' \pF-: v/lU II Ail \f 1 Ills WeeKS Special *™ WM»^^ « , -.. . . . _. . rA * .^ possible! Such qualities in ma- /♦ '■ \ / k 1 ' V AIVIH P'Y IS Important Y«^^ ®^ QlfOtph II In effective tunic style that is ° very popular. This is of CC Crt terials—such perfect finish and 'If. ' A/TO Hi 1 ill UltClull U finest repp. Choice in all colors at OOIJU pretty trimming are seldom A/ pi l\ //) l|llf I Vll Prices of $126, $137, $166, $184, $206, $235, etc., on splendid used _■.■ ■ ■ c .-t,...-t>-,- a. _,a«. mm found combined at this price. J&*Ji]k [JU//| j 11/iTI, 1 '«\ pianos by such makers as CHICKERING, STEIN WAY, STER- QlcOtph C ' Austnan and Ramie linen were never made Alft (Ifl Corset covers> two-piece conv^^^^^^^lj JI 1 Ml LING, MARSHALL & WENDELL and others also unusual dis- OllUlulS L into more becoming suits than these. Colors OIUIUU binations, gowns, draw c r s.^^^^^^^^^77^T'f| L' V counts on new pianos. You cannot help being convinced of their _ . . _ A,. .. . ii« _* «■■ _«v chemise and full length petti- nMr lrtifti" 3 U i merit. Qkflffli F A daintier, prettier lingerie dress -was never made than this ft yr ft coa t show the same beauty W ""^ Easy—Very Easy Payments Gladly Arranged. OAOlllll I one of fine allover eyelet embroidery OlllUU throughout. Embroideries and laces are used without stint, and in Come. Save and Be Satisfied. 'I every case the fit is perfect. Second Floor. $12.50 and $15.00 Silk Dresses, in The Big Basement Store, Only $6.98 Many Equally Tempting Prices on Shoes, Embroideries, Wash Goods, Silks, Laces, Millinery, Undermuslins, etc! lOBBOBMB^BBMBIBBBfiBBUIBB—_Hft^HB3HDB—BBOBBBB____PBMBHBO(HMBMOBdWBMB_l X ™*™™'™™™'■■■j^BPBIH^^MMiMBAOBMMKN____MMBh FRENCH CELEBRATE FALL OF BASTILE Members of Local Colony Pay Tribute to Native and Adopted Lands Flags and pennants showing the tri color of France and the stars and Btripe3 of the United States, made Turner hall a veritable riot of color yesterday, when tho members of the local French colony celebrated the one hundred and seventy-first anniversary of the fall of the bastlle. On a stage where flowers, pretty girls, and pa triotic and loyal men were grouped a program of speeches and music testi fied to the reverence which these sons and daughters of France feel for the land of their fathers, and at the same time showed unmistakably the love and enthusiasm with which they re gard America, the land of their adop tion. An audience which filled the lower floor and the galleries of the hall en joyed every part of the program, and tostiflorl with energetic aplause when ever the music or oratory touched Bonie sympathetic chord. The program for the afternoon opened with music by the orchestra, after which Jean Juussaud presented Leon Curtet, the chairman of the af ternoon, who responded with a plea sant ar.il brief address. Mayor Alexan der was announced for a speech, but in his place Judge I^uhk appeared, His Speech was received with great ap plause, especially the purts which re ferred to the French prowess In war, and to tho magnitude of Kapoleon as a general and leadi r of armies. A. Orrili.-i, followed, Riving in brief form something of tho history of this clay which the French people celebrate. His address was delivered in English, end ho was followed by Hector Qratat, who delivered an eloquent oration in French concerning the virtues of tho France of this day He cited tlie in crease in the artistic, scientific, and military standing of tho country, and di clared amid rounds of applause that France is not deteriorating, but lsj improving, and becoming greater every day. Musical numbers of Interest were given by talented members of the col ony, Mrs. M. (}. Gonzales »ang with striking effect the "Star Spangled Ban ner," the great audience of French men and women rising and Joining in the chorus, with all the zest that love of country and patriotism can give. Miss Antoinette Ballade sang the "Marseillaise," giving the sonsr with splendid dramatic style and winning an encore. Other numbers on the program In c!ul< d a recitation by Coppe, by Jean Scene in Turner Hall During Celebration of Fall of the Bastile by Members of the French Colony of Los Angeles Yesterday Afternoon SJ . MsM:'- J*" * "f[^j'^iHß% flfißi SB Ss& wßm fl n^niig% . Kr_^!?iCiili■■<'"■'■■'. "'■-■.-".■■■ ■< .■ '^ X* ■^Qff ■ Irsßl ■■Ml ;■ ~M i' a » & bdw^^B^s aH|^§niyi££^p^' ■ ■■■.■■■ ■'^■■-■■'■^'^i^^^H^Byß^a 89H: ■- I^b BBifisß * '7 Jp l\m w si H^*JPQM4?lgNhJ^|Uf iff iXI^P^SEnT S&33jV*^b StJttHl'^^^E jii>^S"^9Kp?i£i'JS'^SsWT^ vtf Kw^nSCffi^St 1' '""i^l' ;■ ■fifl|j|^^^^J-|jrf "jr '"' '^^^JMcCJ^S^' MpHt*^ *■' -^xgiU^^'!vi^fisfl^L^j£^^ F^Bv.' -^ff^^fy*^* flo^^*Wv'Jt^^j^tf^^ffjh^^ t\^%^i^^ 1 ' '^*M' Pfr-^y'J^^y^' v^^l^^!-^?^' J-''>'<^^""^B b^i (■^^B IEhB^S «Jt-^ -'lift-'- f/ I Hue; a monologue, J. M. Chenard; piano solo, by Miss Antoinette Mau pas; violin and piano duet, Miss Julie Darfeuille and Miss Dolores Ordoqul; song, Miss Florence Bernard, accom panled by Miss Alice Bernard, and a sketch In one act by August Blan chard, Jr., and Jean Lescoulie, jr. A delightful feature of the afternoon was the drill and march by the chll dren of the colony umler tha capable direction of Mrs. M. Q, Qonsales. These iitti<- folk were ail attired In icarlet costumei, with white braided blouse* and military effect of blue. They wore LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1910. caps of blue with red pompens, and carried French and American ilags. PARTICIPANTS IN MULL Edward Sarial was the captain of this drill, and others participating were Louise Arnold, Louise Bergon, Marguerite Bergon, Martha Blanchard, Kosie liertrand, Minnie Bertrand, Lily Bergez, Adele Cazaux, Alice Cazaux, Grace Esdalller, Mary Louise Folx, Cora Forgues, Mamie Forgues, Zella Orlmaud, Irene King, Louise Lepage, Gertrude Martin, Mary Martin, Blanche Mortler, Mary Mlrassou, Leo nie I'Ljron, Amy Verges. , On the stage Miss Irma Bernard represented France while Miss Jeanno Clavere bore the stars and Htripes of the United States and wore a costume representing the goddess of Liberty. In the evening a grand ball was given at the same hall, with the ar rangements in the capable hands of Tadeo J. Molle, lloor manager, and his iisslKlants, Francois Puissegur, Pierre Mos, Henri W. Molle, Alfred Boisser onc, Joseph Maaselin. The president of the local organiza tion is M. Duruiid, and the vice presi dent* of honor are Mrs. L. J. Chris- topher, Leon Loeb and Louis Sentous. Members of the executive committee Included J. Jaussaud, F. Clavere, J. Auclair, A. Blanchard, sr., F. Nogues, E. Chrlstophe, J. Bellue, J. Castera, A. Davoust, F. Mtrasaou, P. Moynier, B. Pouyet, L. Sentoua, Jr., J. Viole and Edward Amar, H. Alloit, A. L. Apffel, J. Bf Amstoy, J. Apiou, L. M. Bruns wig-, Eugene Bernard, E. Barclay, F. Houelle, M. Bertraud, Sr., M. Uois ■eranc, L. J. Christopher, F. t'lmrbon nicr, G. Chartlw, J. Charbonnel, F. CIOB, Dr. D. Cave, L. Didier, J. Doree, Q, Jjusseus, S. Dupuy, J. Dupuy, L,. Es- WIFE OF WEALTHY NOTE FORGER GRANTED DECREE Van Vlissingen Will Carry Case to the Illinois Court of Appeals CHICAGO, July 14.—After a fight in | the courts of Cook county extending j over several months, Mrs. Jessie R. I Van Vllsslngen, wife of Peter Van ■Vlisslngen, convicted of forging notes to the extent of $1,600,000 and now ; serving a term in the penitentiary at Jollet, was granted a complete divorce from her husband yesterday in the circuit court. The divorce was stub bornly contested by the husband ' through his attorneys., who immediate-' ly after the. granting of the divorce announced that the case would be taken to the appellate court. Mrs. Van Vlisslngen by the terms of the decree is permitted to resume her 'maiden name, Jessie R. Blend. The divorce complaint" was based on the specific ground that the husband I had boon convicted of the crime of forgery. The action was contested on the ground that Mrs. Van Vllssingen knew of her husband's forgery before she married him, as she had been his stenographer for years before the marriage. Mrs. Van Vllssingen brought two witnesses who testified that Van Vlisslngen had told them after his confession that no one knew anything bout the forgeries but himself and that his wife knew absolutely nothing about his thefts. **.i.*4. + ** + + + + + + + + + + 4. callier. L. Eschardies, P. Eschardies, A. Foix. F. Fevergcon, E. Fleur, J. Fal landy, F. Grazlde, 1,. Gez, T. Gyger J. CJ. Godlssart, J. Harotcarena, George Lacour, J. B. Leonta, J. M. Molle, J. B. Moullot, E. Naud, P. Nicholas, P. Pl oberle, r. Puissegur, F. Farmentler, F. F. PelllMler, A. Kougny, Dr. Leon Roth. K. Rougny, A. C. Rogues, P. Royere, c. Mentous, V. Sentous, P. B&ubion I. Sarrail, A. Tousseau, J. Taix ('. \'incent made up the commit t se on reception. CELEBRATE BASTILE'S FALL WITH PARADE AND BANDS NEW ORLEANS, July 14.—A quiet Fourth of July found a marked con trast here today in the celebration by the French colony of the fall of the btstlle. The trl-colored flags and streamers bedecked the principal streets of the city, bandit sounding the • Marseillaise led a long parti'!». and a fete In one of the local parks was scheduled to end the festivities. ,' j&§s£3( LARK ELLEN ENTHRALLS AUDIENCES OF VENETIANS Singer Delights Hearers in First Appearance at Shore in Many Months VENICE, July 14.—With her sweet I voice of wonderful range, Ellen Beach I Yaw won the hearts of her hearers I tonight at the Venice auditorium. This was her first appearance here in many months and marks the beginning- of a tour that Is to carry her into nearly I all the great musical centers of the j globe. Starting with, "Le Bonheur est I chose legere," (Salnt-Saens), and "Rus sian Nightingale," (Alabiiff), Miss Yaw with clear, liquid tones, literally car ried her audience with her tc a grand climax with the made scene from Ham -1 let. "lullaby," and "Rose Child," two of Miss Yaw's compositions, were sung by her for the first time in public and proved her marked ability as a song writer, as well as a skilled vocalist. The comblnaton of Miss Yaw's beau tiful voice, with her winsome and sym ; pathetic personality, Is one that will 1 last long in the memories of Venetians. Throughout her singing. Miss Yaw was accompanied by Mrs. Mary New man, pianist, who will go with her on her tour. In her rendition of Kuhlan's "Larghctto," with flute obllgato, by Jay Plowe, Mrs. Newman made a dis tinct hit. The flutist showed his worth when he played Arado's "The Brook," and "Rustic Dance." Plan* will ulso accompany Miss Yaw. Each number was encored insistently and Miss Yaw was compelled to respond numerous times. Following the concert Miss Taw gave a public reception on the stage, taken advantage of by most of the audience, who expressed to her cordial good wishes for a successful tour. RECOVERS BODY OF FIVE YEAR-OLD VICTIM OF RIVER FRESNO, July 14.—The body of 6 year-old Albert Perry, son of A. Perry, section foreman of the Southern Pa cific at Flrebaugh, was recovered yes terday from the San Joaquin river at a point seven miles below the spot where the boy fell into the stream on Tuesday last. Coroner Dean held the Inquest today at Flrebaugh. MANY PLAN HUNTING SAN BERNARDINO, July 14.— Anticipation of the opening of the deer and dove season tomorrow several hundred local Nlmrodß are preparing to take to the hills. The county clerk's office has been swamped with applica tions for licenses and yesterday seven ty-six were passed out during the of flee hours. ■ • • . •.••' : .