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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARnER; NORTH TO WEST WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 46. Suits IN ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOBBY EFFECTS, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, Are to Be Found in OUR Stock. — MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. VISIT OUR GREAT CIMA! SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO -CLOSE OUT= OUR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOWS. BROS. Chairs, MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. Unprecedented I _ AYi SUCCESS ' \\ft\\tfmm ~0/ ATTHE Jr Prelini;ilary f Worlfi ' s Fsir i l Exhibit. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL \^^^^ mt^*mi^IB ' CTT T7"lj*X? TlfTT?"ri A T FOR MOST ARTIsriO SPECIMENS ILLUSTRAT ES AJL/ V Hj ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

2 more deeply involved. The crash was temporarily averted by his appointment I as secretary of the treasury, 1» is j thougrit «• will at b**t not be able to I mors than pay his debts. According to the Tatast issue of the Rankers' almanac, the Foster Banking company hat a oarMnlof $400,000; a snroltts of $200, ---000; undivided profits, $9000. DEEDS OF ASSIGNMENT FI LSD. Tiffin, 0., May 2(l— Shortly after 8 o'clock this morning Attorney Scott, of Toledo, filed deeds of assignment of all of ex-Secretary Foster's property. In cluding the firms of Foster k Co. and Davis & Foster, to J. B. Gormlee of Bn cytos. At 2 o'c.ock this morning two officers of the Tiffin creditors sucured an attachment aggregating $4400, and tbe sheriff went to Fostoria and levied on goods to secure the claims. It is said many here will lote by the failure. In Fostoria business is paralyzed and the result of the failure will be 'far-reaching, probably involving a majority of the leading induttriet and busines...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Prospective Trouble sltween Carpent era and Contractor*—Local Bvnuta. Pasadena, May 26.—From present appearances there is liable to be trouble in the ranks of the carpenters about the first of Jane unless concessions are made by the contractors to the demands of their employes. Tbe following notice has been issued to all contracting carpenters: Pasadena, Cal., May 22,1893. To the Contracting Carpenters. You are hereby notified on and after the first Monday in June eight hours will constitute a day's work on all build ings being constructed and on all build ings constructed in the future. Car penters will appear for work at 8 o'clock a. m. and quit at 5 p. m, except one hour for dinner. We hope this will meet with your hearty approval and co operation. By order of local nnion No. 645, C. & J. of A. S. H. Pobtbb, Recording Secretary. How the contractors will receive this ia not known but it is understood that t iiey are willing to allow an eight-ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILT AND WEEKLY. THB OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josxph D. I.Yiicn. ' Jambs J. Ay ins. AYERB St. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, ES3 and sari vr-mr skconr street. TELEPHONE lfiH. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per Week f ?0 Per Month »0 »JY MAIL (Incxcnrso Postaob): Daily Hkrald, one year. f8 00 Daily Han alp, si* months * 25 Daily Hiralp, three months 2 23 Daily Hisalo, one monh SO WsrSKLT HtiiALD, one year 1 80 Wkiki.y llihalo, six months 1 Ol) Wkkki.v Hsrald, three months 60 Illustrated HxRALft, per copy 10 Entered at the poetomee at Los Angeles aa Second class mall matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tho napera ot all delinquent mall subscribers to tha Daily H»uali> will be promptly discon tinued harosfter. No papers will be Meat to subscribers by mail nadiraa the Same havo been paid tor Id advance, litis rulii la laflexlliV. 1, P. Fisher, newspaper advertieiag agent, 21 Merrhauta' Exchange, Sau Francisco, la an authorised agent Una paper Is Kept en Slo in his ofTtro Thx IIxBALn Is ael...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

THE CLEATS FLEW UNDER THEM The Los Angelea Men Pulled in Short Order. They Had Better Pick Ont a Game They Enow How to Play. The Result of Last Might's Contest at the Tog of War—The Visitors from San Francisco Prove to Be Winners With Ease. Last night the large crowd which as sembled at Armory hall showed that tbe interest in the outcome of the tug-of war contests remained unabated. The hall was well filled during the first two contests and was packed when the third event, between the Americans and Canadians, took place. The bright faces and brilliant cos tumes of the ladies, as before, lit up the Bomber mass of the opposite sex and gave a gala appearance to the audience. The pool sellers were not in bo great demand as on the previous evening, and tbe betting centered alone on the result of the third contest. It started at 20 to 5 in favor of the Canadians early in the evening, and ranged from those figures to 20 to 8 and 20 to 11, winding up shortly before the teams took their plac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

6 J INK ADVKK I I si - . * * • The most direct method of reaching the 1 nb,n and making known your * * WWW A KB X TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA SN tat 8 B W W W W A A N N N « W W W W A A X N N T S WWW* A A S N N T WW WW AAA A N N N T S WW WW A A N N N T S . W W A A N NN I S ft [WW A AN N.N T BSSS Ia through the clasntflod ad columns of Trip: Hik'.i.i.. It l« cheap, brings quick returns^ •nd places the advertiser In direct communlca' Hon with those he wishes to reach. OQQft A S RS„ K KR. II mil Ml ODD COL AA 2 N C *II X II I D II 0 L A A "Sg v "sNj II H' 11 I X 1> II 0 CL AAA X So vII I II X D D OCC LLLI.A ''SS-* Ii P II MBDPo A PDD | rKF'ITTTi.Sg,. AA i> Pf. I Tv H AA II Dl, n T n SS„ AAA DDL E T v S 1 A ADHD LI.LLBKH T "hs" Inserted In the columns of Tint Hkbai.u at j 6 CENTS PER LINK PER DAY. Illl.no PER LINE PER MONTH. Special rates for a longer period. * * Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, boy or sell prop.<rty will do well to ad vertise in Ton Herai.ii. OFFI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Rxchango Review. New York, May 26.—Tho stock market was tar less active today than yesterday. The oourse of prloes was irregular but fluctuations, save in a few Instances, wero quite unimpor tant. Tho failure of the Foster Banking com pany of Foatoia, 0.. and the engagement of $2,500,000 gold for export to Europe, Induced the bears to make a raid on the market during tbe alternoon. There was a reaction ranging from small fractions In railroads to 2 per cent lv Jtlcctrlc and ougar. The mirket closed weak. Government bouds closed Arm, MONEY QUOTATIONS. New YORK, May 26.—Money on call easy, at 2'<t'j; a per cent; closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercmtlla paper-6<jSß per cent. Sterling exchange—Firm; bankers' 00-day bills at $4 - r*4.81 v demand, $4 -'.••<*. San Francisco, May 28.-Drafts-Sight, 30; telegraphic, 27K. STOCKS AMD BONDS, New York, May 20-Closing quotations were as follows: C. 8. is, reg 113 Northwestern ....10S do coupon Its do preferre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 May 1893

8 BRIEFS. Weather Korean. Report of observations taken st Los Angeles, Jay 28, 1803: ». m 5 p. m. •- : fl.oo so 9.88 84 1)0 1 Cletr 65 w « Clemr Maximum tern peratnrc, 72. Minimum temperature, 48. Tndtoatlons. Forecast for Southern (Jsllfornla: Fair weather: warmer: north to wen winds. Tuesday. May SOtb, being Decoration day the post office will be open until Boon for the general conduct of business, carriers making their usual morning trips. Frank Bartlett Post No. 6, G. A. R., •nd the W. R. C. will attend memorial services in a body at the First M. E. church on Broadway, tomorrow. The Rev. J. W. Campbell will preach the memorial sermon. The post and corps will meet at G. A. R. hall, 612.., South Spring street, at 10 a. in., Sunday morn ing, and from there go to the church. John E. Ebsrle, formerly a resident of this city, died last Wednesday in Sil ver City, N. M. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 27th, at 2 p.m.. from the home of his brother, F. X. F.berle, corner Fifte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; WARHER AND WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 47. Reefer Suits,"! Srirk StlltS » . /-THE LATEST AND NOB WCIA.IV I BIEST FOR BOYS. Dress Suits .) SPECIAL SALE OF BOYS' STRAW HATS AT A. SACRIFICE. MULLEN, BLUETT & CO., Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. VISIT OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! WE ARE DETERMINED TO C LOSE OUT= OUR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK PREVIOUS TO CONFINING OURSELVES EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE. BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOWS, MEYBERG PORCH and /Iff? Go Hues, Chairs, rd&JZfJiX MOSQUITO CANOPIES TO FIT ANY BED, CAMP CHAIRS, TABLES, COTS. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp. City Hall. HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, SAN FRANCISCO, ENDING FEB. 18, 1893. GRAND SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL \\\^^x wwmmmiD^ QTT VT?P TUfTm A T ™R MO" A RTIST IC SPECIMENS illustrat- OAJ-J V fx 111 f, llf\ I t ing the Platinolypa, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

2 A BIG REDUCTION IN PENSIONS. An Important Decision Made by Secretary Smitb. It Inrolves a Saving of $15,000,000 to MO.OOO.omi. Another Order Made by Osaeral Raom Bet Aside— War, Navy. State aud Treasury Department In telligence. By the Associated rreaa.l Wabhinqton, M«t 27.—Probably the most Important pension decision ever sent from the office of the secretary of tbe interior to the commissioner of pen sions was filed today. It is believed by those high in authority in the pension bnrean that it wilt redoes the payment of pensions under tbe act of June, 1890, between $15,000,000 and $20,000,000. It Involves tbe repeal of an order issued by General Reum and approved by Assist ant Secretary Bussey, and returns to the language of the statute requiring disability not of aervice origin to be auch as to prevent the applicant from earning support by manual labor. The decision is in tbe case of one Ben nett, who sought a pension under the old law, alleging that while in service •t Raleigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Mten, orlal Services as Arranged — The Mountain Railway—Notes. Pa.iadena, May 27.—Tomorrow will be celebrated as Memorial Sunday in Pas adena. Services in memory of the fallen heroes will be held at the M. E. tabernacle, at 10 a. m., by tbe John F. Godfrey post, No. 03, and the John F. Godfrey Relief corps, No. 43; the Phil Kearney camp, 8. V., and the Ladies' Aid society. The ssrvices will coneißt. of flinging and re sponsive reading, followed by prayer and a selection by the Starr quartette, after which Rev. J. W. Phelps will de liver an address. The services close with a hymn and benediction. Rev. D. McLeod will preach a farewell sermon at the Free Methodist church on North Fair Oaks avenue tomorrow morn ing at 11 a. m., after a labor of three years in Pasadena and vicinity. All are invited. The Young Men's Christian associa tion gospel and song service will be led by Mr. Ernest Canfleld Sunday after noon at 3 o'clock. Young men are in vited. Rev....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKLI. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, /ossih D. Lraco. James J. Averts. AVERS 6c LYNCH, PnnUBHERS, ■83 AMD 225 WBST nKCONB BTREET. TELEPHONE 1511. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY HARRIER: Per Week ■ .20 Per Month 80 •V MAIL (iMCMiDtsro Pom-aoh): Daily Hesali,, one year $8 00 Daily Hekald, six months 4 25 Daily HiaAi.ti, three moaths 2 25 Daily Hikald, one month 80 WBBKLY Hirall), one year 1 50 Wxski.y Hxralo, six months 1 iv WEAKLY llr.HALii, three months SO lLi.npTiiiTtoßr.nAi/' per copy 20 Entered at the poatoiTice at Los Angeles as Second class mill matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delln'mmt Stall subscribers to Ihe Daily Hkkali, will bn promptly d I soon tinned hereafter. No pap'-rs will be s*ut to ' subscribers by mall unlets the same have been paid lor In advance. This rule is Inflexible. L P. Fisher, newspaper ndyerlislng 'Sent, 21 Merchants' Frchange Ban Frauclsro, Is tn authored agent Hits paper Is kept on file in his office Tnt llttALn It told at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

THE HILLS WILL HAVE WATER. Great Progress Being Made in Extending the Mains. . \ The City Water Company Extending: Its Service in All Directions. »he Tran«formatlon Being Worked with the Old Citizen*' Company* Line*. A Most Ingenious Pump ing Power. The people of tbe hill district can con gratulate themselves that the time of their suffering from a want of water, both in quantity and quality, will soon be over. In a few weeks, before the hot weather can be expected to have set in, their pipes will be filled with pure water and plenty of it. This matter in of such general interest that a Herald reporter was yesterday detailed to examine into the status of the water company's work and report how fast progress was being made. The old Citizens' Water company had on College street two pumping stations for filling their reservoirs. These latter are on the north side of College street,! and have heretofore been supplied with j viaterfrom the river, brought through the Providencia ranch in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

6 I INK ATJVBIRTIBIIIO. * r«s«.. „ j The most direct method of reaching the public and making known your * * WWW A Kit N TTTTT 8888 W WW W AA IS It N TBI WWWW A A IN N N T 8 WW WW AA N n N T B WWWW A A NKN T SBBB WWWW AAA A N N N T I WW WW A ANNS T 1 W WA AN NN TSI W W A A N NN T 8888 Is through the rlsssifled ad columns of Tin BSBAUk II Is cheap, brings qulci returns Mid plsees (lie advertiser in direct communlca tion with those he wishes to reach. OCGL A olW R .88. II FEEII EKE poll CC I, A A ■' .J 111 111 'i H CI • L A A 'VsSm *SH g il f'K II I E l> Il Onf AAA v S . ii II F II E H II OOUI.UXA A M BS N B BR N II I II ERE I A DT>l> I. BFSTrrT.BB. /A I' f'I i T i Ali II I, KB T "88„ AViari' LLLLSKR ? *BK* Inserted In Ihe columns of Tint II Ka A t n st n cents rr.n line per day. 11 00 PER LINE PER MONTH. ; Special rales for s longer |veriod. * * Persons sTewtlng slluatlous, help, or wishing lo rent, buy or sell properly will do well lo sd vrrtior In Taut Hjsbai.u .*#> nl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

BED-LETTER DAY AT LONG BEACH Big Celebration Over the Com pletion of the Wharf. Oter 3000 People Spend the Day in Rejoicing. interesting Exercises at the Pavilion. The Enterprise Eloquently Char aeserlzed by Weil-Known Speaker!—lncidents. It waa a red letter day with Long Beach yesterday, the event being the celebration oi tbe completion of the new 1800-foot pleasure wharf at that place. For weeks past the people had been looking forward and making prepara tions for tbe good time tbat would come ou Saturday, May 27th, and the event was more than had been anticipated and was a big success. The town was thronged with visitors during the entire lay, the crowd being estimated at from WOO to 6000 souls. The people began to trrive early in the morning, a large part of them ooming from the surround ing towns. Every means of locomotion was used. Whole families and invited guests also were there. Many brought their lunches and dinners and picniced on the beach or in some shady nook about tbe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

8 BRIEFS. Weather Korean. Report of ohsorvallona talfeu at bos Angelea, lay 87, IStKI: "Time. I Bar. |Tber.|BHWfV'd|Vorj a. m p ni. !>2 (111 no INK 47 ! W •1 i Maximum temperature, 71. Minimum teui|ierature, Dl. lodleatlona. Forecast for Houtlinrn California: Fair veallior: wnrmor; westerly winds. The afternoon concert at Wostlake >ark by tho Duuglas military band will »ogin at 3 o'clock. Key. John P. Etoh will speak Ibia aft irnonn at the Y. M. O. A. on the Search ng Power of God. All men invitod. The funeral of George U. Butler will sake placo at 3 p. m. today from the un saking parlors of Oarrott A Samson, 330 tf. Main street. Interment in Evergreen lemotery. Aleck Alkman of Long Beach is now Ihe owner of a litter of 11 puns from his ■st. Bernaid bitch, Taliiiha. This tnitnal has a sire in Lvun, Muss., valued tt $10,0110. Tbe A. I). C. wish to express their shun kg to tho wheelmen and jthers who to materially assisted in miking tho lay a pleasant one, and they especially sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. OUT ON THE RANCHES la paper by 8. R. Thorpe of Los Angeles read at the meeting of the Pomologies! society held at Ventura. April sth and 6th, 1993.] Planting an orchard and bringing it to maturity ia a serious undertaking, involving no inconsiderable expenditure of time and money and labor. One contemplating an investment of this gravity should see to It that bis soil and climate are adapted to the fruit he pro poses to grow, and inform himself in regard to tbe probable demand and Bupply at such future time as his trees ehall come into bearing. If he has chosen apricots as his ventare, then let him adopt as his motto "Thorough." In preparing the land for planting, one cannot break and pulverize it too deeply, Bay 10 or 12 Inches. The trees should be the very best, selected with rigid care. Afterwards shallower culti vation will suffice, but the soil should frequently be Btirred to a depth of six or eight inches, and kept loose around the trunk of the tree. The...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

10 Ordinance No. 1707. (NEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND conncil ef the city of Los Auaelei de claring their Intention to Improve a portion of Third street, and determining that bonds shall be laiu-d to represent the cost thereof. The mayor and council of tbe cliy ol Loa An gelea d • ordain as follows: BicTioK 1. That the public Interest and con venlunee reqnire,aud that it il the intention of the cltr council of the city of Loa Angelea to order the following work to be done, to-wll: lat. Thatsald Third street In sail city, from the easterly cut t> line of Loi Angoles street to the easterly iloe of Crocker st r -,-:. Including nil intersections of streets, (excepting such pot- Hons of said street and Intersections aa are ro. quired by law to he kept tn nrd<r or repair by any person or company having railroad tracks thereon, and alao excepting such por ions aa bave already been payed and accept vi), be graded and macadamised with porphyry rock, In accordance with the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

11 THE WAY OF THE WORLD. kite wfjole-worltl lores Uiptnodest man Whether he be great or be small, Jfctt yields tip its plunks in great big chinks To4le man with a snrpfua-of g*alL The loves the quiet man. Who's.as elletit all day aa the owls, Bnt It's neerllesa to mention that-it gives its attention To the fellow who gets up and howls. Tho whole world lores the peaceful man. Who seen no occasion to bicker, Sut the full right of way, you'll permit me to say. It-gives to the strenuous kicker. —Indianapolis Journal. MASTER'S MONEY. "Now set still, chillen, an don't make a hiss, an I'll throw my head togeddor-an toll yer 'bout yer gran'pa hidm his tann ery an watches 841 juelry duron de wah, when de Federals 'stroyed Atlanty. Ole marster libbed in Georgy, erbout five miles f rum Atlanty, on de Chattahoochee libber, I jess wish you could see dat plantation! Tor gran'pa Hooper want no po' white trash, wid tree or four nig gers an a few bobtaited ponies. No, sah! he had so many niggers he ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 May 1893

12 New York, May 2f, 1803. tfi E parasol hat been the delight ol the frivolous worn inn's heart for sev eral seasons. It seemed last year tbat the end had come to the whim sical possibilities of tbe parasol, espe cially since the lamp shades pushed the parasol hard in effects and beauty, and that thin year we •hould be ordered to the plainest sorts. But they are quainter and lovelier than ever, and what is more,yon can no more pretend last year's parasol is this year's than you can make the samti pretenso with last year's skirt or hat. There is the same tendency to elaboration hori aontally in the parasol that tn-ro is in everything else. Materials, too, have changed, so far ns color and quantity goes. All trtie old ordinalv tricks of trimming ore scorned nnd utterly lack mudishness. The tup of the parasol is al flat as can be. It can be covered with a lot of rnlllcs, and it msv bn a pot nonri of pull's, hut the pngoiln direct is •II gone. It may bave a little fence or bodf.e built ...

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