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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1901,
The Arizona Republican
n. W. VICKERS General Manager
8. M. JIcCOWAN Manaulng Editor
HAUVRY J. LEE lluslnesa Manager
J. W. SPKAR Associate Editor
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OoNcrnor N. O. Murphy
Secretary of Arizona I. T. Stoddard
Territorial Treasurer... T. W. Pembcrton
Territorial Auditor Q. W. Vlcket
Supt. of Public Instruction. ...R. L. Long
Clilef Justice .....Webster Street
Associate Justices R. E. Sloan,
Gcorre R. Dals, Fletcher M. Doan.
Attorney General C. V. Alnsworth
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, AUG. 20, 1301.
Don't leave the city for mountain
or beach without having The Ke
publican accompany you. You will
be loneiome without it.
The Republican yesterdny morning
julnted a dispatch describing the bunt
ing of a chapel In Ken
OUHj tucky. The chapsl had
OWN been built by a gentlc-
BOXERS. man of broad religious
views for the use of tho
people ot all religions. Beside destroy
ing the houss of worship, the suppos:d
Incendiaries ordered the Mormon mis
sionaries who were holding a serleF of
services In It. out of the country under
pain of death.
Every now and then the Christian
world stands aghast at the massacre
of native Christians and Armenians In
Turkey, and only a little more than
a year ago the whole so-called civilized
world wa3 horrified because tho Chi
nese Boxers were engaged In the
slaughter of Ameilran jind European
Tnlsslonaile.s and native Christians and
destroying church property.
There Is hardly more religious tol
erance In this country than there Is In
China and Turkey, and no doubt but
for the strong arm 'of the law, which
recognizes no religion, or rather recog
nizes all religions alike, religious per
secution, even to the death, would be
come common In many parts of the
The Mormon religion Is not so sub
versive of the traditions and customs
of this country as the Christians re
ligion Is of those of the countries where
these massacres and) persecutions have
o:curred. The Mormons teach nothing
which n good citizen may not practice,
and It Is a shame to many other de
nominations that the people of the Mor
mon church nro more Uniformly honest,
Intelligent and moderate. There aro
no paupers among them, and there are
very few millionaires. Tho secret of
the success of their missionaries In"
making conerslon Is the painting of
an attractive picture of earthly pros
perity attained by thrift, und this pic
ture beccnus real to all who are
worthy. It Is no wonder that thousands
-who ate merely existing on earth
whose sole comfort Is a hope of Hea
ven, should seek more prosperous lives
In a helpful Mormon community with
"Is jour mamma cross? Mine to
awful crow! Does your mamma say
'Hush!' when jou laugh or make a
little bit of a noise ? My mamma does.
She has nerves, papa says."
The mother who overheard thi ac
count of herself would feel heart-broken
to think of, the shadow cast by her misery
on those she loved. Yet her condition is
real. Hct nerves are strained to the
point of torture. Lacktof appetite and
low of sleep increase her weakness.
Such n condition mav, in genera! be
traced to disease, of the delicate womanly
organism, n cure for which is found In
the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. It establishes regularity, heals
Inflammation and ulceration and cures
female weakness. It trauquilizes the
nerves, encourages the appetite and in
duces refreshing sleep.
"I had t-ti a constant Miflerer frntn uterine
dleae for five jean," wiles Mrs J A "iteorlii,
ot Yankee Dam. Clay Co, Went Virginia, "mid
for six month!) prctinua to tnUng vonr mcdlclue
1 was not out of my room Coul'd not walk or
stand, ax there was nuch pain and drafting In
left lde and bearlne down wf Ighl In region of
uterus, accompanied with soreneis. I suffered
rontant1y vrjth headache, jvsln In back, shoul
ders. arm and chet ; and rould not sleep nor
He dowil. When had taken three Inttlts of
the medicine the periods werr regulated. I
was not so nervou, could sleep well, and the
pain In side anil Marine down hid vanlthcd
Mv health is better at this time thin It has been
In file vMt"
,v Dr. Pierce's Pellets stimulate the liver.
UN IQJf y.L A BCL
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out abandoning" thsiiThopcJor Heaven.
Two phenomena arc gravely noted
by the Insular division of the war de
partment as accom
CUPID IN panylng Its shlp-
THE WAR ments of whole car-
DEPAUTMENT, goes of school teach
ers to the Philip
pines. Tho first Is the surprising num
ber of marriage that accompanies this
movement, and the second is the vol
untary desire to learn the Spanish
.language Cupid has tied Into love
knots the red tape of the war depart
ment, and Its stern resources have
been taxed, not for ammunition, but
for Spanish grammars.'
When men who are trained to kill
have their energies diverted to tho di
rection of teaching the young Idea how
to shoot, they must expect some novel
expei lenccs. Yet it Is but natural that
tho young teacher about to begin a
career In th? service of his government
on the opposite side of the world should
wish to take with him the maiden who
has perhaps, shared his studies and
his ambitions throughout tho periods of
high school and college. The govern
ment furnishes transportation to Its
distant ports, not only to the teacher,
but to tho person directly dependent, "If
practicable." It Is a pleasure to re
cord that, despite the rush to the altar
and the unanticipated pressure upon
tho transports, It was found In every
case "practicable" io provide quarters
for all. Not one bride was left behind,
Blessed be the name of the Insular di
vision of the war department!
Encouraging Is it to note the eager
ness with which these outward-bound
teachers enter Into the study of Span
ish. A knowledge of that language Is
not a condition of their appointment,
because It Is intended that they shall
Instruct their future pupils In English.
But of course a speaking acquaintance
with Spanish Is desirable, and that vol
untary effort should be made to ac
quire It Is a wholesome sign of the In
terest and zeal that these American
teachers show In their important mis
sion. Representative Tawncy of Minnesota
whoso views nre printed elsewhere In
this paper, reverts
THE CONGRESS to a, famllar toplo
AND when he points out
THE TARIFF. mat 'whatever the
house may do in tho
way of tariff revision, tho senate may
substitute a measure of its own. Rev
enue bills must orlgnate In the popular
branch of congress, but the senate may
amend them to any extent and of late
years that body has shown a growing
ability to bring the house to Its own
way of thinking.
But Mr. Tawney's anxiety as to the
fate of a house bill revising the Ding
ley act would appear some-what pre
mature. ConEcrvatlve observers of the
drift of public sentiment will prefer to
continue their faith In the prediction
cf Representative Dalzell, that no gen
eral tariff bill will be reported by tho
ways and means committee, unless
with a negative recommendation.
It seems a little unreasonable for
people who Insist that the United
States government cannot properly at
tend to the business It has had In hand
since the Spanish war to demand that
11 shall undertake the additional task
of owning and ojeratliig the railroads
and tho steel business.
The prediction Is made In England
that trains In that country will In 'a
few years bo running at th? rate of
120 miles an hour. This outburst of
British energy, even though It is at
present only Imaginative, Is very en
A California Inventor has a new de
vice for directly utilizing solar heat.
In the event of Its success economists
will regard tho'taste of energy during
the summer of 1301 as little else than a
President Shaffer Is a man of enthus
iasm and J. Pletpo-nt Moigan Is a man
cf business. When enthusiasm win
Its vlctoiy Is usually a sweeping one.
But It alway has a luud fight.
The Standard Oil company la ex
pected to supply the mutetlal for tin
cxteunlnatlon of mosquitoes. The com
bat between tho anopheles and tht! oc
topus should be thrilling.
On looking over tho remains of Pe
king tho Chlnebc nre perhaps Justified
In complaining that the new civiliza
tion Involves a great deal of wear and
tear on tho furniture.
Cuba must now- dvcide whether It
will bonjllt by the histories of other
countries or Insist on having all the
uncomfortable experiences on Us own
It Is reported that Lake Erie Is dry
ing up. Mr. Burton, In the next river
and harbor bill, may ask that the lako
be cleaned out and dug ten feet deeper.
Tire Shamrock's people are all sure
of winning the yacht rao. If ther
were no differences or opinion on such
points there would be no need of racing.
Montana and New York have troubles
of their own. In the matter of public
scandals the mountain state Is the- em
pire state of the west.
Cap kiln Knbley Evnnr has demon
strated that "a sailor's log" can- be
. .-..ifeto.; ?v . ... .: .'Lf',.s . . ?&ucj-. h .J '.tjr .,'-. i L :.vu l'. . -1 - c . V
Newbro's Herpicide kills
the dandruff germ which
causes falling' hair, and,
finally, baldness. No other
hair preparation kills the
dandruff germ. Stop dan
druff, there'll be no falling
hair, no baldness.
Dicmitsoji, N. 1., Nor. s, "so.
Havi been turns lU'rpicMn, and hne need
atxHitpnolhlnloin m bottle, and find that
It rtoea all, and erren more, than yon ciulin tor
It. It not only clcansi-a tlie icalu from dan
droit nnd prartsnu ten hair from tailing out.
but promoteaanewcrowth. Havooiilyiwd
the quantity mentioned, ami hare more h ilr
on mr head than 1 hay had (or years. 1 also
nnd that lc kecpa tha halt cult and flossy.
For Sale at all Flrst-CIass Drug Stores.
Who Wants to Buy a Good Home
On Easy Terms
In Capitol Addition ?
It Is going to be the nobby part of
town, and don't you forget It.
Seo this: A 'picturesque, well built
brick house, with six of iwven rooms,
may be bought for $1,C00. Terms: $200
cash; monthly pu incuts for six months
of J9.S0; then $100 on principal, and sec
ond six months $9.10 per month.
iEach six months purchaser pays $100
on the principal, with a reduction of
monthly payments to correspond. Cull
R. H. BREENE
No. 21, North First Ave.
made to do conspicuous service as a
Mr. Gorman thinks the fifteenth
amendment to the constitution Is un
constitutional In Maryland.
Anyhow, Mrs. Nation has the bitlls
factloniof knowing that It was not rum
that broke up her home.
Sir Thomas Llplon Is a welcome
guest who can have anything he de
siresexcept the cup.
The popularity of the dog catcher In
a neighborhood depends on whos; dog
New York's city government nppeata
to Ftand in constant need of chloride
1 LITERARY NOTES i
"The Etcuwl City." A novel. By
Hall Calne, author or "The Christian,"
"Tho Manxman," "The Bondman,"
"The Deemster," etc. 12mo. Cloth,
"The Eternal City" Is tho novel of
democracy. For nearly thee years the
'author lias been engaged In tho prepa
ration of this most impoitant work he
has yet produced. While this story Is
a billllant sociological study. It Is bv a
novelist with vigorous and ttuo aitlstlo
Instinct, llenre, "Tho Eternal City,"
as a story merely has force and nbsoi b
ing Interest. With rare Insight, Mr.
Calne has taken for the central theme
certain fundamental questions that nro
being asked everywhere today. Against
it gray background of religious formal
Ism and political conservatism, he has
painted the uprising of a new popular
spirit and the protest of democracy
against oppression. This splendid story
will be published In the form for which
the author la sponsor: later It wilt be
dmmatlze'd and rehenrred by Mr. Crane
himself. Jtaldom has a book ..of such
dramatic unity nnd bold analysts of
social problems been written. It Is an
nbsoiblng interpretation of elemental
W. S. Walsh, In his Observer chats In
the August Literary Era, says of C. S.
He wmo the greatest of English paio
dlst?, as Uayard Taylor was the gieat
c?t of American. Thp "Fly-Leaves" of
the one, and thu "Echo' Club" ot the
other. are qxqulslte exixircnts or that
only artistic form of parody which gives
no meie Imitation of externals, but
btlngs before us (lightly emphasized for
humorpus effect) the- Intellectual char
acteristics of the original. Both Cal
verlcy nnd Talor tried their hands at
Browning, and Cnlvcrley came out tho
winner. The hitter's "The Cock-ain the
Bull" Is ln.iccd the finest parody in the
English language. Maik these lines:
You see this pebble-stone? It's a thing
Of a bit of a chit of a boy I' the mid o'
I like to dock the smaller parts-o'-
As wo curtail tho already cur-tall'd
(You catch the paronomasia, play 'po'
Did, rather, I' the pre-Landseerlan
The Cuinhlll Booklet (Alfred Bar
lett. on Cornhill, Boston) Is growing In
popular favor very fnst. The August
number opens with a fine bit of thought
by Ddwln Osarood O.-over entitled "The
City of Our Ideal'-"
The mnln portion of the book, de
voted to selections from Sir Thnnm3
Overbury's "Characters," Is gracefully
Introduced by Otcar Fay Adams.
"When Love Files Out a' thf win.
dow." By Leonard Merrick. No. SOS,
ApplctonsTown nndCountry Library.
I2nu, Cloth, $1.00; paper, CO cents.
Mr. Merrick has tho art of wrltlnn-
a thoioughly Interesting' story, which la
this case picture certain phases of
btage life ti Lyndon turd jjj 'America.
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, : TELEPHONE RED SS51 : :
123 Booms; 40 beautiful suites
with private baths; electric lights
Hot and cold water throughout.
i A first-class European Hotel.
RATES. 50c A DAY AND VT. f
108 d. Hill Street, Corner Kourth,
Los Angeles, Col. x
Elcg3iit suites with private baths.
Up-to-date in every particular.
HAMILTON JOHNSON, Prop.
northeast Corner Sovj.nth anOle 8t
T4nf1 TraVincnn European Plan; TV ti&
J, MILTON HLBCK
THE CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL
1414 SOUTH HOPE HTUEET, LOP ANGELAS. CAI
An elegant Hotel fcr the Sick. Heated by Steam. Lighted by both Elec
tricity any Cr.s. A neslf.ent Physician, o;id a Corps of yorty Trained
Nurses. Three well equipped operating tooms. Five delightful verandas.
A Boof Garden; forty feet wide by slxiy feet long. Jtcached by all fctreet
oar lines, directly or by transfer.
Strawberry Valley, San Jacinto Mountains, .Riverside County, California
Altitude 5,-'J0 feet. The wilderness of mountain forests with the comforts rl
a metropolitan hotel. Heated by steam. Lighted by Electricity. Resident
Physician, nnd a Corps of Trained Nurses. Purchase ticket to San Jacinto,
California. Address California Health Resort Company, 1414 S. Hope St., Lo
The Inlluence of a woman's loyalty In
bringing success to another Is a motive
developed so graphically and sympa
thetically that the purely human drama
hold's the Int Test throughout. The au
thor's' vivacity and cleverness in char
acterization Impart a lightness of touch
and a humor to this story that add ma
terially to its entertaining quality.
C. Pl.ir.ltz. of FrankXurt-on-.Maln,
writes to the editor of Appleton's An
iiiiuI Cyclopedia as follows:
"I have the honor to nsk you. If you
do know tho address of young nlul rich
girls, which woivMt like to go mairy
German noblemen. You will have the
klndnc&s and to send me your an'werl
Thp laws of htallh retjulie that the
bowel? move once each day nnd one of
the penalties for violating this law Is
piles. Keep your howels regular by
taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets when necessary
and you will never have that severe
punishment Inflicted upon you. Price,
25 cento. For sate by Elvey & Hulctt.
AFTER CORONATION SEATS.
If the toyal proccsion lakes place ort
tho day following the coronation, the
extended route, to cover about twelve
miles, will be chosen chiefly under the
advice of Sir Edward Bradford and1 the
crown equerry. The liirewd, wide
awake ATnerlcan does not propose to be
behindhand In making a profit out of
the forthcoming festivities. The fol
lowing It'ier from a cNw York stock
bioker to his London agent, Ij an Indi
cation of how the matter is regarded on
the other side of th Atlantic:
"I expect 'that every steamship leav
ing New York during the flxvweeks-pie-cecdlng
th-" coronation will be crowded
by those desirous of witnessing the -procession.
I know that there Is much
money to Remade out of advance book
ings of good places along the route.
You have my authority to Invest 5,000
In suitable places, stands, sites and
windows, but you must not lose time in
securing them as soon as -"the official
route Is' published.
"Then I wish you would Immediately
have phoiographs prepared of nil these
places, showing plainly what facilities
there are' to view the show and whether
good refreshments at reasonable prices
" LOS ANGELES, CAL.
R.VTFS: J1.2Wo3.mper day. Latter with
private tmthfc. Rooms Wc up.
Ihomoat popubirhoiiie in Los Anzelcs for
Arizona, people, lias Just added n third utory
and now contains 175 rooms, all newly fur
nished, with running walcr and elevator.
Thirty aultea with private baths.
Free J3us To and From All Trains.
N. K. Corner
, Entrance,"3oO B. Hill.
FurulsheS new throughout; new naa?erae:it; Ireo
batha; hot and cold water; elcctrio IIrIiii; ears to nil
points Convenient to rcslnuranls and all placet of in
tcrcit. Rooms 1.5) to 7J.50 per week.
MRS. L. E. HRTMAN, Prop.
First and Spring Streets.,
: : LOS ANGELES. : :
Aldon S: ThompHon, Props,
PHOTO SUPPLIES. "TuMnW
HCo"w-letrici 3c Co,
ail S. Main Street, Loi Anuolei, Oal.
English' and Classical School
203 North Union avenue, Los Angeles,
T. O. ADAMS, A. II.
G. A. -FISHER, A. B.
A Boarding and Day School for boys.
Fits for uny collegf. Tnorough Eng
lish course. Physical , Laboratory
Physical Culture a specialty.
Laigt Gymnasium, fully equipped
with all modern apparatus, shower
baths, fithlctlc field, etc.
Illustrated catalogue mallei on ap
plication. are easily procurable, ci,her through a
contractor or by ourselves
"Please mark each site itli the price
we should obtain for seats, and fend the
photographs in duplicate, without de
lay. I have not 'the slightest doubt
that I shall be nble to dispose of these
places In New York alone, but I must
lmprenj upon you the necessity for ex
pedience, for I propose to advertise ex
tensively. You bhould put prices a't not
less than 50 per cent profit.
"I do not want to buy leaseholds In
poor neighborhoods, w.here the tenants
would have to be ejected, as they were
in some Instances at the tecent jubilee
In London. I want the places only for
n day, and leave It to you to get the
best terms you can." Flttsbuig Dis
POLICOMirN'S TRAINING COLLEGE
It Is not generally known that in St
Petersburg there exists a special school
whtre young men are trained for police
service In the two capitals. In conse
quence of the numerous outbreaks and
the growing necessity for a mire cfll
cl nt and well trained police force, the
minister of the Interior has resolved to
open a second policemen's training
school for service in the provinces. The
schoc! will 'have- rcvcrnl courses of lec
tures, pnd practical drill for officers and
m:n. During their training the young
men will be.used occasionally for actual
service In the caplUI, so as to give them
practical experience in tho discharge of
their duties. Who can help admiring
the painstaking care and foresight of
Russian autocracy in defending its own
precious existence. Anglo-Rtsjian.
'Art' .Efc" W ft
This Trunk in 34 inch bizc, canvas
covered, hard wood slats, deep hat
boy, strong hingca and lock ...
Hotel Brunswick "
First-clast Family Hotel, choice local-
fty; newly refitted.
Large sunny rooms; terms reasonable. Special
prices by the week. W, P, Mansfield. PfOp.
Corner Main and Second streets, Los
Fnrnlnlied rnnnf. tlnirlcor en mite. Central
lencea Conveniens to restaurant, th rater nnd potodcc. Xlcctriu Lcra to ml paria of tho
city pasa the door Entrance 103 Kat 8ud Siroot.
-l- U C AftlQ J1' So. Itroadway.
inC UniVO Beaaonable
I -.4-,-v I rynr Third and Main Street". t!entrally loc"d European plan; pri
nUlCl Jtrcly vale baths: rate reasonable. C M OKAY, l'roprktor.
TTI-K-- Attnc niHUS Sprliic Street. Strictly flrst-cUsa and central; hot and cold
." " batile; Miu.lt. O.Tkiuicse, Prop.
Under conditions prevailing last year. Dozens of swift power launches
for fishing and excursions. Tuna Clu b tournament now on. Our Marine
Band, Including Chas. Streeper of St . Louis, cornetlst, and other soloists of
national reputation. Th2 best golf II nks. The aquarium, containing hun
dreds of living wonders of the deep. B oatlng and bathing over Nature's moat
wonderful marine gardens as seen a t great depth through smooth, trans
parent waters. Catallna offers attract Ions not possible at other resorts.
Dally steamer service. Hotel lletrop ole always open. Take Southern Pa
cific or Salt Lake Route trains lcavin g Los Angeles dally at 0:20 and 9:00
a. m. respectively. Fare, round trip from Los Angeles, excursion, J2.50; reg
ular, $2.75. Banning Co., 222 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. Phone Main 3C.
lOK'T FORGET !
Chops, etc., call on .A.L.J JLiEl'V "V'S, the best
known Cafe on the Pacific Coast. Ill W. Third St.
RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED DRUGGISTS.
OT . j T T""5x?"" ( If 231 So. nroa.lwar,oppoite City Hall.
t-A. v- - V J-J. ....Manufacturers of Laux' Califobxu
PEcri'KE, ItcssMN Kcxiss. Mall orders a pf'clalty.
ACME FEATHER WORKSbKM'pX.
l)0 THEY WJLT ? RbcrCoIlnrKnnU CmHh Don't. Send forcata
av mui tin.! locnenrrompl'ie lino
WINDSOK CQJLLAR CO., S2 S. Broadway. Lea Ang-elea, Oal.
AGnnnniDN pi aitinr :xi?i'8-.H,pnc?,vFancvArt'Biiic vnu pum-. Teie-
HUUUIIUIUU ruHlllilU phone Main TO7, 1s Anselea.Cal. Mailorders.
"THE CRITIC" rn?Roosevelt's Works. iVfisSiMm. $5.oo
Tuo Kecular pilce tbe CrltV" Is J-.-, Ucomcll'a worla r.50.
Q-S-lfl JC. Tfiam r BOOKSELLERS AND
vjiutei vx itiurci
nt reoH tice.
HOTEL BREWSTER S!i.ncr yurth ant c sta a" P10-
Boomi Sl.OO it Tho most cleuantlylHrnlaSicil anil cqultpcil liolel In Snuthrrn Callfoi-
nor Day un.. W "' Elevator, public nml private batn rnornn. line larue umple
rooms for commercial traveler. Hot and cold ntcr In all milieu. All
modern conveniens s. 1 bhur Oicrn lloiito directly oppoite. A lint Wana t'afc and drill
Hoom It connected w ItU hotel. Hpoclul Hates by the wtcW. O. B. DAOQETT, Prop'.
The Albatross Inn,
NORTON HOUSE :
THF RRRWIll fl cor. 5th and 11; a beautiful place, line 3storjr brick; bay windows on
I III. UIIIOIIUUU three Md"s, mi Ur, sliding doors, rim nine wtitr, and thoroughly modru
8co tho plao bejoro you locate. Rales Mc to 11.10; rednctloti by tho wcck. bee adv. iu paper
put on train at Oceansldo. O. E. POOR ant. WIBVfc, Props.
nnltflNIrlli IHN Car' Cth and Fir Htg. Laree. pleasant roomr. StrclaUiimmcr rates
uuuu;iiiiu i;i)i (Jood location; lino view; convenient on block from Kloronui.
THE BROW NSBERGER. HOME SCHOOL
OP SHORTHAND AWD TYPJEWSITINQ. Loo Angel, California.
A Business Training School for both young men and young women: 128
graduates this last year, and all In positions. We prepare stenographers for
any line of work, from an ordinary office position to those requiring the most
expert Instruction. Persons may apply to the Brownsbcrger school
and receive any Uln.l of expert Instruction desired. Wo have more
positions for young men than ie rim fill. Would like a large class of
jouiijj men by I September, to meet the Increasing demand. Bookkeeping for
those who tlchlrp It. tiend for handsome lllusttutcd catalogue. 353 W.
Seventh. St., Los Angeles, ?a. t
Benl for Illustrated catalojue r.nd price lirt.
D. D. WHITNEY & SONS
LOS AKGEI.ES, CAL,
J i 3F n ffan n i m
location Modern convn
I'leaiuint rooina, Ingle r en mlto. Kataa
Mih. A. K. 3 ARTHAM, Prop.
WITH 1'UKE MOUNTAIN WATEK AT
SANTA CATAUNA ISLAND
While on your visit to
Los Angeles for the best
Fish, Oysters Steaks,
AND PBCTICAJ OPTtOIAN.
UMted on premises nnd nrpsrrintinn flllprt iimp
s firm prescription fill
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JnJboath Spring Street,
Tililermy work our specialty. E. MEIIESY.
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'StmlnMcr HoteU Los Angeles, Cal.
No. si B. SprtJe St. I-oa Angclcj
lltNilT ALDcKb nd for Catalog.
FULL LINE POULTRY SUPPLIES
- 315 S. Main St., Los Angeles
Best location In San Diego. Rooms
suites and cottages. The tabic our
specialty. Write for circular and
Firnt ciasa rurnlshoJ Rooms. Rate Kcasonable
Transient I'ationago Solicited. Centrally 1-ocjUcd
Rooms Cool and licasant. J. II. Simpson, Bfgr
1055 FIFTH ST., BETWEEN C AND D
plan. Rooms &0e, 75c, $1.00 and fl.50; special
ueclc or month for summer. Free 'bus to and
utrge wtii ngntca rcauinc room and parlor.
B. F. Barlow, Prop.
Cor. Third nnd D tts. Centrally licated. MrlUly Modem
and Klrst Clais. KATES R o ASONABLE
Agua Caliente, Maricopa county. Everything
lit w. Excellent bathlUK. Raton RcaKonablu.