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RIOTS PUT END TO
I.W.W. TROUBLES
Chief Thinks War with Fresno
Police Is Stopped by the
Burning of Camp
57 ARE STILL HELD IN JAIL
Local Leader, Sentenced 180
Days, Says That He Will
Take Medicine
(Associated Press)
FRESNO, Dec. 10.—That he believed
the attack mado on the Industrial
Workers of the World by a mob in this
city last night will result In the ending
of the fight .which has been in progress
lor some weeks between the members
of the organization and the local police
was the statement made by Chief of
Police William Shaw this morning.
A report was received at police head
quarters this morning that five or six
of tho Industrial Workers had returned
to the site of their camp, which was de
stroyed last night, and occupied eoms
time In looking over the premises. But
no attcmut. has been made to re-estab
lish the camp, and Sheriff Chittendon
stated that if such an attempt is made
by the Industrial Workers he will take
Steps to prevent it.
The sheriff stated further that if
William Storey, who owns the land
near the city where the Industrial
Workers were camped, allows the ro
establishment of the camp he will pro
ceed against that individual for main
taining a public nuisance.
J. Murdock, one of the local leaders of
the Industrial Workers, who was con
victed yesterday of vagrancy, was this
morning sentenced by Police Judge
Briggs to spend ISO days in the county
Jail. Only a small crowd was present
In court at the time, and no demon
stration followed. Murdock stated as
he was taken to jail that ho had been
legally convicted by a Jury, and thnt
he would serve his term.
No attempt hns as yet been made to
liberate the fifty-seven Industrial
Workers in the county jail, and tlv po
lice state that each one of the number
•will be tried in court in accordance
with their demands.
TWO BONILLOS MENACE
WITH SEPARATE REVOLTS
Foreigners in Honduras Will Suf
fer Unless U. S. Offers
Protection
PUERTO CORTEZ, Honduras, Dec.
B.—(Via New Orleans, Dec. 10.)— New
breastworks have been constructed
hero and Maxim puns mounted com
manding tho harbor. Foreign interests
fear a double revolution is imminent,
and from this on all foreigners will
suffer unless protection is afforded by
the United States.
' Pollcarpo Lfonilla Is bfilievc-d to be
in Mexico fitting out nn expedition to
attack Puerto Cortez and Ceiba and
an attack by fones under former
President Bonllla in a revolutionary
movement distinct from that ot! Poll
carpo Bonilla. also is feared.
An alarming feature is that many
troops are disloyal. It is said that
■Corel of them will desert at a favor
able opportunity. Soldiers are hurry
ing here from San Pedro, Sula and
oilier nearby points. The government
has placed an embargo on cables, mak
ing it Impossible to eend anything out
by wire. The steamship lines are now
the only means of communication.
Si line boats are fitted with wireless,
the use of which the government can
not prohibit.
Conflicting reports have reached hero
from the Interior about riots and
clashes between rival political factions.
Tho POlloftrpo-Bonllla faction is m.tlve
In the Interior, but the extent of Its
strength i.s not learned. The govern
ment ordered the arrest of Manuelito
Antonio Bonllla, a relative of Poll
oarpo Bonllla, but in> escaped by sail
ing for Mobile before the order arrived.
Sentiment on the Caribbean coast of
Honduras Is in favor of Manuel Bo
nllla, who is in New Orleans. He is
ont related to Manuelito or I'olicarpo
lionilla.
GOVERNOR HARMON GUEST
AT DEMOCRATIC GATHERING
Ohio Executive Greeted by Forty-
Five Members of Congress
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. Governor
Judson Harmon of Ohio \v;»s gui
hom>r today at a luncheon given by
Representative Francis Burton Uarrl
eon of New York «t the Metropolll in
club hore. The list of gruesta included
forty-flva L)emocrat:c members ol
6TOE3, Governor Harmon ami Theodora
Bell, tlio Democratic candidate for
ernor of California in tho recent elec
tion.
No formal speeches were made and
several of those present denied thte
the function wu for the purpose of
launching a presidential boom for tho
Ohio executive. Ni there was
some reference to the possibilities of
1912 in conversations between {jup«ts,
subsequent to the luncheon, in which
tin names of Harmon and Harrison
were linked.
OREGON'S GOVERNOR HERE
FOR REST AFTER CAMPAIGN
Executive Goes to Bed on Ar
rival and Denies Callers
Governor r. N. Benson of Oresron.
in-i ompanii d ! rrfved
in Loa Ana ay, .Mr. J:'
ciiiujiiff tt> Southern California for a
rest after bla recent strenuous cam
i. Ho will go on to Red lands to
day and remain there until he I
covered.
Immediately on arrival yesterday
morning the governor retired to his
room and went to bed, leaving orders
not to be disturbed. Throughout the
day he remained In hia upartments,
refusing to see anyone.
Mrs. Benson stated that her husband
came to Southern Callforonla In hopes
that th« mild climate would benefit his
health. He registered from Salem, Ore.
».»
It'll »3 easy to kecure a bargain In a. Usd
lutnmnblle, through want ajvertliilng. v It
wed to U«-anJ mil U— to tecura a homo and
*" HE REAL BARGAIN DFLDSAH6UII >^_^—' tT~~—l^ ■ <r^_^y^^M^f*^BV^lKl"^--_^-l J^
"1^ 0 fHK^^f'^fli ____^l_l»«>__w I e^~^ v <-vW,^^'^»J^s!^^=H!^My__l Gfex <f I Ik^
f nonan\A/AV^ll_ir at fifth qt A , -L 'K^uJ-x a rllirV\ I lU^i (ft I llliSij' iHf■ i■/ ill
oKUAPWAY Al ririnaii y I (!?____' illf iBP^ ilnHr IHI r^Ufc I 19 ill )
fOL $10SiherToiletSetsMonday$6.6tfheGreatestofWatchValues Abounding ||rc'<
ttfcSgsSiJiwl^" Handsome silver sets in fanoy Christmas boxes, _*****P 9S**^^ ' D • Iliu l
/^'a^^^Sr».^%W.t_ ia 0^ r\ Stock Valentine Watch Co New York, 7JeWel Watches at Monday^Mt
U DV—Choc- v / back heavily embossed in dainty floral effects. Km/ \ n ? />:'^Sv Halt Price; 10 Jr. GoldCaseS . . . ®L «J^T
I °m UI V_" A f l'" th" wIH f l6 \fKt^_r. l?OTid°i f n tter Ifv^Jo^Tl Women's $10 fln</^6 75 Men's $15 and S7 75 J*sL _Easy for you to selector foi
1 strawberry *'<£■ ost discriminating buyer* $10 comb, brush ITIK-^>^/) $15 Watches . . V U» ' $20 Watches. 'O y^TT^V what this sale means. N^lven
PI taffy. 15c j*V^- and mirror set $6.65. Wt»<-i—»^l_«'^ %• &l i Ouaranteod 10-year gold open- Thin models; Bize 14 to 1G; Jr/SiI JL '^S\ 9tnrP more Strikingly fllllS d tll
Ht'Tjra-^!ktfl-*/!_L?_!'%.t' Ei^nn Pieces Jewelry W LJ 4^3^ •=» =S/i\ face or hunting-case watches; hunting or open face; 10-year Mf Jo /^~~\ X\& Olul . „ . _,_„ 1. i- f J
Il^^S^^^^r R fautrsl Values 39c ll iltted with 7-Jewel lever move- gold cases; plnin, burnished, en- M (JJ opportunity to pay SO lltllr SI
fJ^C"«/A,BT«» iq. f* Mfltt_t«^M«el^mlhmiM..«»tb«-bte^^J|__l__s^£^__;\ ment; plain ohl, enßlne-turnod gine-turned or engraved; screw WJ^\^f^B merits your attention. Doj jlay
Hi 50c WAISTS 19c Eastern n iainl f. lc thon«and» of pieces or V^^\^^«||fc • \ or fancy cases; stoin wind and or hinged back; fitted with 7- WL.J VTV Wj i „ /I«noi.fmont QanlE,
nBto 9 only; made 9- t Jewelry for gifts at lett than lmlf th«lr vjluj. a^fe^r^--> v — rZ 1 stem set• perfect time keeperß; jewel lever movement; all guar- m^ ?V- f -JS j£jF OUr toy aeparimenu Daill BUS
II of ne.t dark striped !>. »£ Pj-W,™^"^^^XtSW?^ 2-^ $10 and $16 watches now |«.75. anteed; ale $7.75. - ' 2 and 3. J|
|jj| percale; soft collar C^c v o(! stom . : unkl. nll\rr, of gmimr>inl fiuish; —___- ______—_,___—^______^_—_—~__>•—_»^ lH|B^ _■—__.
[ml and cuffs. 3« l_Qi ygrloua »hnpi-s: jrwi'lry. only 3nc. ________■_______———•■■■■■■■•■■■""^ ——————————————————————————^^™«^»^^^^^^ —>_w '
Boo* Dept. mil Interest You Sweaten, Kimonos, B(\h
MBte 9 only; fine cotton — All New $1.50 Copyrights $1.18 — 75c Reprints 50c ______ / /
I! or'un'-'iimiMpain <*kJ{F Gift Books 25c Boys' Books 25c Girh> Books .. n 111-! , GiftB Every Woman Appreciates—Great DMlthe
,11 490. ilJ^Zsr 50c Illustrated series, In- 3Bc edition Alger Books Wor i^° nV^hoo^ I \ <*"*-' LOVED I ■ f 1 --nJI *
fe^^^^^jgf^S: E^HIH3 r;aSi |f^ I $8.50 SILK PETTICOATS $3.48 \ Jg[
XT BScSitt"« (0 9, 39c * :™;; e ';SV-'"Mt;" S?uc 'oSus'^d ZZ S'S.r,?*3S Sf™.l I\|f / M.d of heavy rustling uS.ta; .«»« on« of these petticoat, JM* k
ill 4to 15-yard lengths; beautiful Crepe Own People," Mil- by Sheridan. All at 25c. 75c book by Robson, I OSBwK^ for a gift if you Wish something sure to be acceptable. Choice ffIPCM> fm,
|i| de Chine, Tussah, Bengaline and MessY/ tuIiK p O era's Ba Also books for boys by Irvln, Raymond, Tur- 8 , of green, red, gray, tan, navy, rose, brown, white and black; /2pl?Te_ij »*ni
HJ| saline Silk, in black, brown, cardinal, "JiC cons Essays, etc. Trowbrldge, Stratmey- ncr, Matthews, 50c. -| *9- so pre tty Dresden effects; finished with deep pleated or MiA&Sm _B^_S
1 Sr'm-ttK: V^e9^;,;"^: SE. L$ Jt Newßiley BO°kS er. S^anish.klis, Thay- S o'JSiISK.. 0. |™"5^ tailored flounces high grade $7 and $8.50 skirts, $3.48. JB|| |t
Hi 19, 24 and 28 Inches wide: regular 65c S&lJtf ' ""' -li specially priced. $1.08. -Lgaageas 1 *g^ tf»/- nxL n L tf'O/lO -®_laMarel
l'"dK^rcolsc ,„ v .rF' wnNDFRFUI VA 11 Rto9 Jl $5 Bath Robes $398 P
I SSTi'sS-r rar^ss *„ . wwwLiiruL VALUtd 6 to If «_,_rt»;ii,.»sv_.
Ifi^l myrtle, Qray, rose, tan and pink, 4t» 8 yar -^">_T, 8 l-3c Gingham 5 l-2c 3Sc Flannel Skirts 15c iSm [^.llv women's new • bathrobes of heavy all-wool elder- II
|||1 lengths;, Bto 9. 25c yard. , J F)ne qual!ty apron checked gingham; Women's heavy flannelette p.kirts; '&i^r*y4vS down, In red and gray; generously cut and hand-
Ifj-^ -^ __»__- uiia, _ij).ijL- jJ" , _IU-_ VR^T'>j-_-j?^ *C\^ 10 to 20-yd. lengths; 8 l-3c value, Bto neatly made and Ilnished with /Hjjw_*_ somely flniahed with collar; trimmed with satin $1 R. & yk\ £,
|| wWtßryESy^irafeTV^S^* /^^*R_rW^>^rg'*^hj|janr^ 9, 6Vic. flouncen; pretty striped patterns; jfisLTir*^ banda and cords; one of the most important values /-__._,. Fj I I]
UtWgJMPyy^B-Wg^^PS /^-j >XT^T^_. TTn?y i<-rp_&« Cl to 9 only 15c. ' «S*' l»|fe\ we have ever featured In bathrobes, and the great Cor«eM...J „^
[Hfl '., 00 COUCH COY- *2.00 pO, RTIE. R r "- =J^ » '"^C Uuttng 4c SQ p etticoats 25c £»?• Jpl demand for them as gifts makes It still more re- A special flier t
H $ E R °3_ CH°e,vy Kaah- X^T^J J^.,. TnToA\T ".anno!^tndlS Black petticoats; cut full. fTnUhed ftt . S -rkab.e; ,5 robes, ,3.08. by r. M,* (
gar tapestry; 60 In. iF____iLte^ quality. Big bargain for Bto 9 with deep accordion :" pleated lIS $1-25 Long Kimonos SOc pany; new fl»#nd
11 Hcd h e'p.tt/rr. S-: *Ma CTP a'r $1-43 f^:A V Choppers. SNo phone orders, flouncjj..^ Itatt to a customer; /M»riV $1.25 long KimOUOS 50c models witjjjlow t
ll_-k<--£g^-yjfr_g'aigsff"s -n^ O^^^feS?--^ 4fle Aforcen ISc 50c kimonos 25c IM'^IW Only a very little price to pay for such splendid J° ur ?SPJ?j Jf*"
' ll^t_-a^_^^^Si -^n **»££ lG&k2 0 WC moreen lOC Made of fine flannelette In a num- J,♦ A. •'.V_^ garments; fine challls In neat dark patterns and fine batlste : »J til; 3
jrag_______.**'; >Wl«» " ;-^-=a * *»■ __ 2T"1 co«tmHn'inßB or aSto witSj 1 ber of attractive figured patterns; t^X|S__l^ striped flannelette and figured long kimonos;, rarl- Corsets, 69M1
R_f jfi* i <f> f Of O7 -«^^ Qiihc ZQr -I f";o-n, onrriinni. navy. dark colors; flnißhed with plain '«fflK_*P_SS^ ous styles; $1.25 lines; great Bale, 60c. *^l ____
m $1 and $1.25 27-mch ours Si>c _^_\' t ' l »';.VS: "• bands: « 10 9 onlr 25c- I^^E—^" —■ —
I KTir-W SSHHHHa 5c Isc Pffirry jvem^ kimono flannel 9c 400 PAIRS OF I VIE
1911 metallic, reseda, rose, sky and pink. Keguiar •■ - <r J^^^-^ Big feature-Monday, 3000 yards of kimono flannel included ln this sale. Handsome floral, J^y» _, _, _. »*1 .
f_H Wonderful value In the Christmas sale at 63c. striped and figured patterns In most all the favored shades; kimono flannels that soil re*- \\ New Short Vamp, Btdti Lace
ISw /,n or DJ LC fi>/>n lir ' ______?%W» llar'y for 15c; salo price Monday, only 9o A rare saving on practical gifts. < \Ja \\ "* H_l
I|| 90c B/acfe Silk 63c y JfC^f h a^Zy - f,.t To7~W 8 l-3c Outing S\c 12±c Oating 7ic 20c Flannel lie \Yv \ Admldst the great ChHstmaJ Mon,
RSfl Yard wide dependable soft Tin- \V. ,na black sateen; unsurpassed «f^» Unbleached outing flannel; Fancy outing in 10 to 20 yd. Bleached outing flannel; \ W tlii« Oine silr will attract w_B ion •
UKV] Uhed Taffeta; brilliant black; reg- frockin [ e^rts, men's shirts, ||n zZ^aew soft, fleecy duality; engths; scores of pretty pat- yard wide; regular 20c \ W\ this shoe sale will attract WJM ion,
IWli ular 90c silks; eecure a dress pat- for drop bkifm, va | Ue , 150. o avy, T^nMßiAo terns; ln neat Btrlped and grade at B prlce you j V_> \ pairs, including a big speds lase
Ml tlm Monday. Sale price 63c. ings, etc. Great va.ue, t^ 8 l-3c grade now priced 5%c checked doBlgTlß . Bplendld B hould hurry to share to- I VV* V a number of broken lines |>ur O
VXM _i-ti-.i _ .—■ ti . „ .j _=-w^_V T9l^ FLnnaJoM/i Quality foX nightgowns or morrow; heavy nap; salo, / V^- stock Hip-h-prade 6__l ttent I
RIB "S^P^^- "#»"** IT^t«f or dressing sacques or house In demand for women's and ton flannel; much used W^Wl^w plenty of Ing | I all
\%m n^ *\"**%. _._,_, ,rk-/ dresses; choice of many misses'suits and dresses; all for Infant wear; twilled small onc'l '< WO 13 she
HiH rinATW DUDUTJMPZ 9%r TO 7DC OZ. pretty patterns; 12^0 value, the most favored colors; 350 back, heavy nap; 20c \MT \^g_§___§^>, wonderful Savj I
HX HIGH (jRADh rEtKtUIYIE'O £OC IV ' yjgJ* % 13c. material, 2oc. grade only 12c. „,,,TT"..." .'. .7, j-. lui-l |_"1_
111 f— ' ' ' 7j 7Z I .^W^^^^^S^^S^^ STARTLING INDEED ARE THEGARMENT VALUES WE 'OFFERWom
I creations GRADE PF.RFIIMESJSc TO 75c OZ. U i!^7 2a s r ed colorB; 36? iff; on h,?7 2f -.nap: <fl? SATIN I INFD Slf//T^ 9^?tiil
Wrm^^JSJ4and $5 VALUES at $1 I|j^^«i|«||S|pli
r--^ ' " ' T Z; I Jfik Bk^H\\ivV STARTLING INDEED ARE THE GARMENT VALUES WE OFFER iIwAf(
anJ P i a"c^ a^f%fv 7 n 5 c . trl?im . a fr^Jj lAvif *% SPECIAL LOTS FROM MANUFACTURERS AND $HpW!\
cfea^tonT^the Mason's "claesi.st" f 3"6"-I™^*, h*" rV^lV^li/ I ___Z Cl 9 C/) SATIN J f/VPH Qfll
hnnght for reproducUon purposes; values to »G5. now »-». JM P_j^yW^*_7 <_fHfe ■'llHllk' $ IZ.Ol) oA I IVt LIPtLU Ol) 110 ipO.ifOM
• "" x^_B il^^L^N—tVr^s?*^r «l (CPyj IPLJ_F fl B Just 100 of theee suits from one of the big New York mfrs.; jllandsoi
UiW <mo Cf\ \U:ll*,.i P/f«m/>C \7 Sf) .Gmffl P*_2 i_-_-______-S.N_KKr IHB^^S /MnL&h iW 6-98 they are unquestionably the most Important value this seasoplfl-own s
ffl $12.50 WUIOU) rlUmeS #/. OU lfi^^P»^^^^_|^^^»^™B_»W ■ Ilin^ W B' <O -T- smart, new short coat models; of fine Gilbert cloth, shadow strip* jss thai
&SMM t, n,w.e,, of Chrlstmaß gifts—soft, rich, willow plumes, In WfMmtSS^SsBSmVSSSm^^i'^^^SSS^WBBJSf HI Sill "'S&JSr worsteds and novelties; satin lined, strictly tailored; colors blaJ|effec
B| hlark or white- large full feat-.»; $12.50 value* 17.60; also f_R|^ SS-^JP'^l Ri_Pf_i W WUW '' navy, wine, old rose, Wletr' a> green and mixtures; actUal $12.! ■ offer
irlcladed are Wench plumes in blacA and white. Sale, $7.60. 'WJkM & tailored suits; wenderful at $6.98. Id mai
ILs »?'-=.' s^S-£%_JBtt sP^P^^Hw W^ $20-°°New Tailor Suits $12-50 "~ S
Jl »;■"= ___^ $20.00 New Tailor Suits $12.50 kg
HM f«? mtißo Sviv™ aU sm< anT'perfect white. A gift^ ffik N"^ J»^^^ Bu your Christmas suit here and secure for $12.50 a stylish $20 yJ^A^ %M
yM and satin shapes; mushroom that is sure to P£«e. a^^ _^JT mo del; latest effects of rich broadcloth, tweeds, worsteds, cheviots, [ffy^iflflgl
Iffl o, rom..K brim effects, $1.48. value without compar.aon. _ _ ___ i gerge noveUy . sIIk Qr satin ,j ned . fmished wUh notched of sof{ £jjg^T Rf
ic-\VVI ~~~ . /^i* c T% fl/^j • I rolled colar colors black, brown, navy, olive, gray, rose, castor and Vj K 4 /$&Pi "^«B
II Christmas Sale of Rugs and Curtains ___=w«^ suits $i so J
\W M^^m $18 B™SSels Rll S S *13 H *-*'VU LaCe CttTtainS Jl-** Just in by CX p r e SS , 50 extremely beautiful new suits from one of /&WMMIM
KM ii&Ffifi&jP**2.tt. Blze' heavy wool BurfaCe: in beautiful White or a net CODattonberg raor e Nottingham the foremost New York tailors; nobby, short coat effects fashioned I ffi W ffffm
lIS ITWaWIW floral or Ol"ienl al patterns; b"y, Kift3 «i,t" h° weave." plain or fl K Jd^centers dainty bor- of imported worsteds, shark's cloth and cheviot; in black, brown, (fr\\/7 JitM
Kil I 5 F4\ \\ $L °me M°nday ' $1S taPeBtry ' S n'gS * Klscurta^Spal^ navy, wistaria, green, gray and. mixturejjy^ lined throughout; \\ V J|fi|
BilQi rl r//mU*KS\ * -„ « . n Air-ric _*«?_ $25 and $30 suits to sell Monday at $18.50. k _E|_llh
H I *€rJ ■_ $22 50AxminsterRugs$I5-95 125 Cottage Curtains 89c g^ . $3°sultstoseH M°^^_^ , K\\|»llK
M W^lS^^ $4.50 Silk Waists $2.98 . J |1|
Hi AVt\*__l__-^C^ HI M\ A-rmitKito • Rag, $2.25 $6.00 Ingrain Rugs $3.98 /*Wmslk Chinning new styles; Persian silk, taffeta and messailne silk; In 1 IMjl
H|l J^Y*V^=^~<^S_V fO.UU AXmmSte. tiUgS $£.£O <pV.VU in^lUlll ""5 15 V-'--'" / \v«Kpjßa bUok> p | nk , n ßh t blue, white and cream; strictly tailored. I % MgjL ■ ;■, t l
nil mw^\__iu.. ' ' " *"^^_». 27x36-inch size; pi\ Jy floral and 9xlOMi-foot size; cholno line of patterns; perfectly J ffifl'ijl trimmed with silk embroidered yoke and cluster tucks; or fin- W v ZfV_H' v*4
s\\lii >V^_wfr T««^^;«W^*ifw<'** Oriental patterns; $3 .iiks only $2.25. reversible new rugs; $G grade $3.98. ; /I jll.'yfjtfiwjl Ished with lace yokes and sleeves; distinctive and becomlna M | »BB|^i:
H 25c DRAPERIES 10c /A\lW styles; $4.50 waists, $2.98. j«/ • * 7C lUfflPi
■ ?x^'r"u;«r.?Er;,r.^-srUE $1.00 UNION SUITS 50c '/ffe, $1.50 Tailored Waists 75c |M|Kfi
Mil y^. wide; lengths Ito 15 yards, valuea 250 to 40c— . w nmP n'« inr«i.v ribbed union suits at a won- \J \\\ A wide variety of neat and attractive winter models; made of II ; ' "Fl|'''l
|||IJ Sal 9 loc. , J^s\^7,£?™s™£?£t\u£\ JdfJ \) fine white linene, finished with plain pleats or p, ea t ed nd em- | ■.>_/».*
BIK f/C MET 1*)IjL~ 7±y, J?/IHC AX.*. ■ fy^^N medium or heavy weight; cut long sleeves, ll broldered fronts; linen collar and cuffs, »1.80 waist* /tic. » * {!»»»«
KVi] \ iOC rlLdl IC/2C 4"rC i\UUO TTlv _orfJ6t'_^V) high neck and ankle length; 75c to $1.00 gar- Ylj j 1\ : _^ .___ : W\Wm
H{| I Pretty bungalow curtain lirusa ext^nplon curtain <^%?^ v^_(W lue" "°"y ° " R^^ 111 *X r* fw* II • Of • ■ _%O Afl V" * V^ JHllHi ■
Smm net, fancy flgurerl effects, rods; complete with brack- \^^ K-^ -/.^ wr ' Fi « <%*% Js'Sia I ll V*% 11/ nt-nft XrtfVrC TtX *JX fl- '"~ ' '^i^fil :i
KUM in white or Arabian colors et: 30 to 64 In.J 7V40 val- "^^^S^X. kU/i V_»cf C /fl»* HntlTQ "i^tC I (9(/ f F tllKllllj OKI! lO <p£i»iJ\J I] »-*i .W fil'i'l
-4||*Jyar<l wide. ues, 4%0. y//Zw^^\ *'*'*- " «-al«> VI I UlllO t/»/C lif J II — I M *»^« I
M 56.00 ROBE BLANKETS $3.75 »«i:«rSS liF"" £=i 1 1(1 A T hB .owest pr.ee ,„ L .. An B .i r and .„,, «r ,h. b.- $5 , k ,r.. t :
_H\ll'r liV/_*_-i _/_<rliTlVl-i ILf *p*J.I*J mlgLfi tfilßv\\ mei-ts COc and 690 lines 39c 111 we've seen In months; a big line of pretty panamas and mlx
lll\_l-4 size; handsome new patterns; soft wool-finished fffl \1j1\3,,., , „..,, , 11 \\R tures plain gored and with cluster side pleats; $5 walking I -'^#*__H'^
■81l *6 robe blankets. $8.75 each. | |/ Wometl Sjr Children S| f\ Bli 11\ skirts $2.98. . /|; ' -1-^'mßß^'
HBlllrif $1.75 Blankets $3.50 Blankets |||j! I 25c Hose lOC 19c Hose iUC II $7.50 Walking Skirts $4.98 ■'1 tHHUi
BJii?MI]W_Jl $1 19 Pr $2 25 Pr lII_Hm ' I \\vwflS! itii Fin. cotton and mer- ribbcT offline ps,vv I \\\\The tailoring alone will convince you of the merit of'this :P f^wH|||
BtiSSf lif_Jl 15 Pr $2 25 Pr "ml ' \\\W||l i'•''"« cottor.nndmer- ribbed- of tine cot- j \\\\The tailoring alone will convince you of the merit of this t
RliW«mj7_aK ton; soft, fleecy nap; standard 72x84 in. black, tan, white, Die neei turn io«, \\<^ only $4.98. \ . I \. ■ 1
Mllißl__lr pair, only U-19. size; white or eray. X"en, blue, etc., 15c. valr only 10c. <<j«-__ °ny * *PHmi "
"The Character of the Advertisements in The Herfl
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1910.

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