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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 12. After Bathing jlfjfjM first time with Pearline, you feel Wy/ as if you nqver had been clean before. 1 %t0 Possibly you haVen't. Only baths like 4 — t '" ie Ttirfcish or the Russian can make you r as clean as Pearline does. There's f tne same feeling of lightness and lux- «C/ \ ury after it, too. y. ~~~~ j \ Bathing- with Pearline costs almost //k _p A nothing. It's like everything else— uk\ vvou ' on g' f° r i <: > 'f lt were i/jji *syr\ \l ex P ens ' ve » but you're apt to over / . \ it when it's cheap. Directions ' on every package. * Brethllcrs ar.d soms cn?cnjpu!otis grocers will tell you, (fy, **[ i%T!£% " ,his is cs gr>oJ as " cr " the «ame as PearUne." IT'S W FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, if your proper sends you an imitation, be honest— send it tack. 301 JAMES I'VLE, New York. WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG! 713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California. "Skillful cere Increases longevity to the "lug nlonsly locating diseases through, the wor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

10 Delinquent Assessment Book PROPERTY OF LOS ANGELES" CITY FOR THE YEAR 1892-1893. Assessed to All Owners When Known, and When Unknown to Unknown Owners. MORTGAGES. B No. Nnme nnd Description. Amount 9 Bnldwin, Hannah A, Interest, by reason of mortage given by Margaret Goodwin for the sum of pOOOi recorded In book 880, page :ih, ot mortgages, records of Los Angeles county, Cali fornia, lot 23, block 'I', West Bonnie Brae tract (0 00 04 Bolander, Amelia, Interest hy reason ol mortgage given by Theo nnd Annie M F.lsen [or the sum of #2000, recorded In hook 275, page 14, of mort gages, records of Los Angeles county, California, lot 5, block A, Trent tract 22 00 06 Bond. Oliver 8, (trustee), inter est by reason of mortgage given by A F Randall for tbe sum of ■505, reworded in book 218, page 16, of mortgages, records of Los Augeles county, Califor nia, lot 2, block !{, Moore A Kel lehor's subdivision of lot 6, block 60, II H 5 93 105 Boynton G M P, Interest by ra* on of Mortgage given b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

No. Name and Description. Amount by Griffln tract, we«t hy Well* street, and personal property.... $4 78 608 Griffln, Mr*. LH, Park tract, lot 16, hlock F 1 03 •12 Oritur!, T N, Workman A llollen beck tract, lot 6 13 71 842 Gross, A, Ela View tract lot 5, block F 60 Lot 6, block F 60 lot 33, block 8 60 lot 34, block 8 60 Lot 35, block 8 60 Lot 36, blocks 60 847 Grosvenor, Frederic*, Angeleno Heights, lot 11, hlock 27 210 487 Guenett. Malvena, Kuhrt's Bridge traot, lot 36, block 4 98 Lot 37, block 4 98 081 Gulrado, B, Woolen Mill tract, north 20 feet lot 18, block 8 .. 1 57 085 Gulrado. R C, Mead A Dalton tract, lot 39, block D 1 3(1 Lot 40, block D 1 36 H 87 Haizlip, M, Childs Heights tract, lot 12, block 7 76 51 Hall, A J, Ela Hill tract, lot 14, block C 2 58 66 Hall, John, Damon A Millard sub division, Shaw tract, lot 12, block 5, and personal property 10 89 71 Hall, J J, Norton tract, lot 3, block 1 60 Lot 4, block I 60 Lot 5, block 1 60 Lot 6, block 1 60 93 Hambcrger, Solomon, H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 June 1893

12 Ho. Name and Description. Amount lot 27, block W $0 61 850 Ruggles, C S, Los Angeles Im provement company's subdi vision nf lot 4, block 39, H 8, lot 12, block C 1 79 Lot 10, block A 1 36 ,96Ryan, William Ale-:, Corcoran tract, lot 20 1 57 s 25 Samson ML, Knob Hill trnct, lot ii ii eke . 2 53 iot«, block "('•:.'.:.::.:':'. ....v.. 244 82 Sanborn, F A. Mnnznnlla Heights, lot. 2, block E 71 lot 26, block E '2 36 Sanchez, 1> M de, Ord's survey, north 20 feel lot 8, block 86.... 200 South 30 feet nf Welt 150 leet bit 9 blnck 35 2 f8 fl' " InV "" Z ' r "' : ' , . , " t 210 63 Saniicrsoii, Julia c, Kurt/ Bridge trad, lot 9, block 2 2 91 68 Ban Gabriel valley Rapid Transit Itnilroinl Company, a strip of land 40 feet wide in the Soto Heights, containing 2.64 seres. 3<2 A slnp of bind 40 O ct wide In Florence Terrace tract, contain ing 2.12 acres 3 18 A strip of land 40 feel wide tn Tntlull A Glsason'i subdivision, containing 0.43 acres. 2 43 Brooklyn tract, lot I,block 18 ... <8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; STATIONARY TErtPERA TURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 71. CROWDS 01 Ml (MI Our Immense Reduction Sale - O F ! CHILDREN'S CLOTHING j ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE 138, 140, 142 S. Tvlain St. We Are Offering spscial Discounts this Week on Our Entire etocit of THE CELEBRATED JEWETT FILTERS, THE ENGLISH AGUA PURA FILTERS, AND CHEAP HOME FILTERS. ALSO COOLERS AND ICE CREAM FREEZERS. MEVBERG BROS. |M««aaM| BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AND EASILY PwMal ADJUSTED, FINEST FINISHED THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED the WIVO3OTI lem hdhpc than ftnyoth?r folctta? bed, nn<\ cxn be ea«U? moved ftpm onwroom t> another. When cin«ed It ;sa ? » cnnniu tn nny room, hiving ttn Appearance of a ward rob?, ll ta ea*y to opm *n.l closa is D-arfectlr noiseless, w eil veotUa od, ha* am r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

2 CALIFORNIANS IN EXILE. A Banquet in Honor of Gov. Markham. The Menn Consisted of Native Products. Hany Noted World's Fair Officials Present. The Oolden State's Fralaes Eloquently Sounded—California Children Honored -World's Fair Happenings. By tho Assoristed Tress. Chicago, June 20.—An elaborate ban quet was given tonight at the Audito rium in honor of Governor Maikham of California by the "Californiana in ex ile." The dining room was beautifully decorated with California flowers, and tbe tables were laden with fruits and delicacies of that state. The wines were of native growth also. At the conclu sion of the feast Commissioner McMur ray, who presided, proposed the health of the guest of honor in a most felicitous speech, to which thegovernor responded in kind,extolling the commission's work. President Palmer of the exposition re sponded to the toast, "The World's Fair." He praised the California ex hibit, which ho said was the finest end most complete of any state on the grounds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. sapeetlon Day at Throop Institute — Notes. Pasadena, June 20.—Today was in 8, ection day at Throop Polytechnic in stitute, the work of the students during the past year being inspected hy a large number of visitors. All departments of the institution were thrown open and visitors given every opportunity to see what has been accomplished during the year past. At noon lunch was served by the fac ulty to the board of trustees and their wives. A meeting of the board was held at 1 o'clock, tbe only business transacted be ing the official changing of the name of the institution from Throop university to Throop Polytechnic institute. All day long there was a constant stream of visitors viewing the exhibits, all of whom were delighted with the progress made. The awarding of the prizes to the lucky winners in yesterday's field day events concluded the reception, during the course of which President Keyes made a few very appropriate remarks, while the Throop o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

4 LOSANGHLHSHHRALI) DAILY ANI> WEEKLY. THS OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. iosini D. Lyn< ■, Jambs J. Avaaa AVERS So LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. »8 AND 22.'. WEST NRCOND STREET. nittßon is 6 % ! -1 - 1 1-! : ' : SUBSCRIPTION RATES. JIY CARRIER: Por Work 9 .50 Par Month HO BY MAIL (lm uiiiinm r ii. : Mailt Halts!.)', one rear ~ fr* 00 Daily Hbiialo, tlx months A.UA Daily II(BALD, three months U.'i'i I'Ait.Y llbkai.d,one mouth so Wkrki.y WicaAi.n, oneyear 150 Wr.asi.Y llbualii, sis month" 1.00 Wkp-kLY Hrbai.o, three months 50 Illubtbatbo 11 sr. a in, per copy W Enter.-! at the pontotllco al Loa Angeles a.< leconil class mall mutter. ANNOUNCUML-NTS. , The paper?nf all dellU'iucut mail subscribers to thn Dan.y Hkualii will ho promptly dlsaon tinunil hereafter, No ospcr* wilt lm sent lo suhq'Tlliers by mail unless Iho stint have bnmi pahl for in advance. This rale Is Inflexible. U P. Fisher, newspaper tarwrtiatng agent, 21 Merchants' Kxchatiae, Han Franciaoo, is an authorised agent. This paper is k...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

SCURRYING FOR THEIR DOLLARS. A Flurry in Financial Circles Yesterday. A Plain, Straitrhlf.ii'Wrtnl Statement of the Situation. The City and UnWerslty Itioks Close Their Doors—Statements From Offi cers of All the Important ll.iulis In the City. The effect of a mental epidemic of 'ear was evidenced yesterday by tbe peculiar financial panic which eeemed to per meate a certain class of patrons of the banks of the city. Much of the excitement was due to tbe fact that large crowds of sight seers, loafers and people full of curiosity weie congregated about the banke. There was no reason for yesterday's excitement, and the peoplo who helped to cauee it will admit that thuy were mistaken before many weeks. It was stated yesterday that Mr. I. W. Hellman would arrive here today from San Francisco. It was also stated that a very large sum of coin would arrive in tbe city this morning by special train from tbe north. Below ie given a plain, straightforward Statement of the situation yesterday, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

6 SPRCI Alh_jroTlCr»L SALTY—A lIii\M.SEEKI?rVaNI) INVEST. i ors'Journal Reports of everylbtng relat ing to land from llfty towns In Southern Cali fornia. No boom articles, but a conservative, honest record of progress. I os Angeles olllce, 130 Smith Broadway, lend If 2 for a year s rubscription and begin with volume mil In July. This la the only publication of Its ebar acier. Pc rsons Interested In laud cannot afford |p be without it Address correspondence m Edgar F. Howe, Bedianda. cal. 0-1-2 m TVfOTICE -THE LosTaniTeeeh ci I V WATER i.\ company will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are l.eiv.ecn ii and H o'clock a. in. and It a nil 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of ihe above regulation (be wster will b" shin off mi.l a line of $9 will be charged before the water will bt: turned on sgsln. B*l7 I! (' SOLUM 111 \ lIAR-IVICK -'I YI'FU 1.1 I Ell's" J Print In sight wit li greatest speed nnd ac curacy. Price and payment! oaa) other ma chine! tor rent or lor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock liohtig* Review. Nlw York, June 20 — Speculation at Ihe •tock exchange waa quiet again today. At the opening Manhattan, Nstiousl Cordage and Omaha prelei red were conspicuous for strength- Cordage was better on prospects lor an early re organization of the property. Soon after the opening London sold, snd at the same time money on 011 l advanced t> 25 per cent. This gave Ihe bears au opportunity to brln< about a decline of to 2! 4 per ceut; but the pressure to fell was not large by any means. T he .nnoc.nr e nient that the Bans of Commerce ha t appiitd to the clearing Hoti'e loin committee tor •1,000,000 ou certificates had no 1> fiaonce. Now that the Bank of Commerce, shows the way, smaller Institutions and others not In as good ahape financially Kill probably loi ow suit, aud money In conniqncncashould oasuup, parttculsiiy in mercantile circles. Iv the loan department sct.ve -locks lent at 5 lo "0 per cent lor carrying. The market left off woik. G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Reportof observations taken at I.os Angolas, June 20. 1NII3: Time. | llmr. Ther^Bri'm f>:O0a. m. 80 00 55 6:00 p. m. 1*0.09 70 Maximum Minimum tempcralure, A3. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; atatlousry temperature; westerly winds. A muaicale will be held at St. Hilda's hall at Glendals this evening. The Unity club will hold a meeting on Thursday evening, to consider plana for tbe coming season. The executive committee of the Fourth of July celebration will meet at headquarters this eveningat 7 :80 sharp. Triplets wore horn to the wife of Dixon Gilbert, Bl Monte. Their weight was as follows. First, girl, 8 potiuda ; second, boy, 7' L . pounds; third, boy, 5.., pounds, or in all 21 pounds. Undelivered telegrams at tbe Western Union telegraph ollice, corner of Court and Maiu Btreets. Juno 20, [80S, lor Misa Miline Lyttlo, Wolsev Cronkbite, C. E. Hoffman, Saruphcna OabM, Mrs. Charles Mier, Oswald Wilson, Mr. J. T. Herrman. An acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OP SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH FR; SLIQHTLY COOLER; WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 72. »is i in mm Our Immense Reduction Sale - O F | CHILDREN'S CLOTHING i Is An Opportunity Not to Be Overlooked. Come While the Lines Are Unbroken. Mullen, Bluett & Co. Corner Spring and First Streets. CRYSTAL PALACE. 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. We Are Offering special Discounts this Wesk on Oar Entire aioz'j: zi THE CELEBRATED JEWETT FILTERS, THE ENGLISH AGUA PURA FILTEKS, AND CHEAP HOME FILTERS. tssasssssssassMsssssssWnWMMM •ALSO COOLERS AND ICE CREAM FEEEZEUS. . ii rm> MEYBERG BROS. BEST, SIMPLEST, HANDSOMEST MOST DURABLE AMD EASILY adjusted, finest fini v ■ FOLDING BED MADE. THE WINDSOR FOLDING BED THE WINDSOR o-eup'o -less space than any other f Hug bid. anl cnbi easily moved from one room to auother. Whop, closed It is a i orname it to any ro>m, hiving tho appeiraaej of a wardrobe. It la eaiy to opou<nl close ll njTfeetl / nols»lcs«, we.l veotiln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

2 ford, and he smilingly consented to ex tend the limit. No one seeing him at that time would have dreamed that his days were num' bered. He had to he assisted in walk ing, but he seemed to be strong and his mind was certainly aa strong and clear as ever. DR. KTOLLAHO'S STATEMENT. Dr. Stollard, the physician who was called to the side of the deathbed, was seen by a representative of the Associ ated Press, lie eaid: "The immediate cause of death was paralysis of the heart. I have no doubt that the treat ment which he resorted to—l refer to the hot water treatment—was of the greatest benefit. I know it to he a fact that Senator Stanford had, during the past two years, tried many doctors of many schools, among which was mas sage, faith cure and spiritualist advo cates. The senator's days were num bered, and no earthly skill could have averted the end." THE HOUSE OF MOURNING. Sadness Settled Over tho Beautiful Fal aea at Menl» Park. Mknlo Pare, Oal., June 21.—A pro found linati and sadn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Business Men Stand br the Banks-Local Cvents. Pasadena, June 21.—Notwithstand ing the disastrous report* which were received here today irom Los Angelea of the runs on and cloaing of several of her banks, there have been no signs of a ■care in thia city, and beyond a few •mall deposits being drawn out the banks transacted their usual day's busi ness, the deposits keeping up to the usual notch. The well-known stability of our finan cial inatitntione baa had much to do with thia satisfactory! result, combined with the good sense shown by the busi ness men of tbe town aa waa exhibited by the following agreement, which was circnlated and all the signatures aecured before the opening of the banks. We, the underaigned, citizens and business men of Pasadena, impressed with the following convictions: Firat—That the preaeht panicky flurry pervading the air of the entire country ia wholly unwarranted. Second—That our own Paaadena banka were never in a more pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

4 LOS ANGELES 11 ER*ALD DAILY ANII WKIKLT, THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. josirii D. Lynch. Jambs J. AvBRS AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. »8 AND J»*B WEST SECOND STREET. TEI.KPHONK ISO SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIKR: Par Weak » ■'<> Per Moutb SO BY MAIL (iHci.i'DiNs Postaiß): Daily Hikalu, one voar TS OO Daily Hsuald, six months. 4.20 Daily llkrald, threo months it.iS DAILY Hub/ i.d, one iminlh .HO Wbeki.y M KaAl.n, one year I SO WriKi.v lUiiai.d, nil month v. .. 1.00 WnrnLv HmiAi.n, three months SO Illustratkii HsRAi.D, per copy 10 Entered at tho poitofflco at Los Angelea aa Becond class mall mallei. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers n( all delinquent mall snbsrrltnrs to the Daily Hbbai.ii will ba promptly dlaoon tinned hereafter. No papers will be "nt to subscribe rs by msll unless the stmn havn boon paid for In advance. This rnlo la Inflexible L. P. fisher, newspaper BaVsWUalog scenl, 21 Merchants' Baclmnsc, Ssn Kraut 0, Is mi autlinrlted agent. This papef la kepi on file In his office....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

THE EPIDEMIC IS ALMOST OVER. A Normal Financial Situation Probable Today. The Features of the Excitement of Yesterday. The First National, Broadway, Kait Lot Angeles and Southern California Banka Temporarily Close. I. IV. Bellman ArtlTsa. Yesterday'a sun, aa it rose over the city, glanced down on a population which was agitated and excited and pre pared to think the woret after theeventa of Tueaday in financial circlea. yet when Old Sol aank into hia weatern couch be Jolt the city overapread with a feeling of security which forced iteelf into the breaata of tbe moat skeptical. The tumultuous times of the preceding 46 hours are over, the eager craze of the depositor for his coveted coin ia gone by, and the light ol today falls on a city once more returned to the exerciae of ita common eenee. MB. HELLMAN ARRIVBS. The minds of many timorous people were set at rest yesterday by the appear ance behind tbe counter of the Farmers and Merchants' bank of the well-known face of President I. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

6 J INK ADVKKTISBMKNTB. Tho most direct method of reaching thn : public mill making known your it x m W W A N TTTTT BSBB WWWW AA N N N T R 8 WWWW AA B<L 1 T B WWWW A A N N H T 8 WWWW A A N N X T HSBR WWWW AAAA N N N T WW WW A AN KM T _ 8 W WA AN NN T H « W W A A N NN T SRSH in through the classified ait columns of The llKinll' It ih cheap, brings gui ok returns, and places toe advertiser in dlreei eoauMal* cation with those ho wishes to reach. 000 t A K SS„ H BK,. II l-KFII EKE 1)I)D ,0 0 L AA v 2 II t II X I) I) 'O L A A SSu K RB„ 11 IFIIEE j) J> 00 L AAA m 5 v 211 " X " " ecu v.iv aW h sb h n v ii rr.K ddd A DDD L KKRTTTT„R8 8 AA D Dl. X T X" AAD DI. XX T RRg AAA D DI. F. T R. ,S A A DDI) 1.1.1 X XXX T "SS* Inserted In Iho columns The llErtAt.o at k x : 6 CENTS PER LINE PBS PAY. •1.00 Pl* LINK I'KK MONTH. Special rntes lor a longer period. X ~ x persons wanting si insti on s, help, or wishing In ri'ii 1, buy or at 11 property will ilu well to aw vertiso In The Herald. OFFICI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

THE FAIR A PERPETUAL HOLIDAY Chicagro Swarming With Sight seeing Strangers. The Great World's Fair Is Now at Its Perfection. The City Has I'lenty or Room for All Comers Hie Meat Flrms-The Hor ticultural Building—Kansas Novelties. Correspondence f> the Hkrai/d.] Chicago, June 16, 1893—The world's fair city is now in a condition BUggeative of a perpetual holiday. It is swarming with strangerß, and much of the time the principal thoroughfares are so con gested by teams and pedestrians that lo t nnmotion oiten cornea to a dead stop. Hundreds of people are compelled to wait in feverißh anxiety till the gorge is broken loose, and then they mUBt jump aud dodge acrose a atreet at imminent risk oi loaing portions of their anatomy, if not their lives. Yet notwithstanding the vast numbers of visitors here, there are yet plenty of unoccupied accommo dations for many thoueanda more, with no prospect of any acarcity. Ihe pres ent capacity of Chicago to sleep and eat visitors is phenomenal. And...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 June 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bnreau. Report Of observitloni Liken st Loi Anrelss, Jnne 21, l»p:i: ■MM- ~ _ ! • Tim*. Bar. |Tu8r.iKH'm|WMIVol | 5:00a. m 30 Ol 5t 78 W 1 ! (;j»ar. 6:00 p.m. -<B.03| 72 I H | W | 1) | Gear. Maximum nono, i. : i- ■ Minimum teraperauire, ">2 Indication*. Forecast for Boitharn OilltornU: Fair weather; slightly cooler; westerly winds. Neckwear wortli 50c, 75c and $1, going for 2oc, at Desmond's annual clearance aale, No. 122 South Spring street. Dunlap, Knrx snd Youman etyle hata going today for $2, at Deemond'a annual clearance sale, No. 122 South Spring street. Underwear, white and colored vesta, hosiery, gloves and suspenders, nt hall of the original cost, at Desmond's clear ing aale today. On next Wedncday afternoon there will be a ganu of baseball nt Athletic park between the Roosters and the Lawyers nines. An interesting game is anticipated. The Union Oil Company of California, office 135 K. Second Mreet, display a sign in their show window, reading: "We ac...

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