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CITY TAX COLLECTOR WADE.
His Residence Claimed to Be
in Another County.
flow He Was ft Citizen of Rialto for a
Tear »nd Four Months.
Be and Hia Family Kealded There; Bis
Builoeas Waa There, an<i Bla
Boneehold Goods Are Said
to Ite There Now.
The question as to whether or not X
D. Wade, city tax collector by the de
cision ol a small plurality of the voters
at the recent municipal election, is
legally entitled to the position is one
that Bhould receive some attention fro m
the proper authorities.
The Herald has taken some pains to
look into the matter, and rinds the facts
of sufficient importance to demand a
thorough investigation and a final set
tlement of the matter by the courts.
Mr. Wade is well known in Los Angeles,
having resided here a number oi years,
but he, like the great majority of our
citizens, has not lived hero always. The
reasonable supposition would be, that
he, like other people, when they sever
all business connections with a commu
nity in which they have resided, and
remove themselves, their family and
effects to another community, and there
engage in business, had changed resi
dence and become a citizen of the latter
Acting upon this supposition, the
Herald presents these facts, and ques
tions Mr. Wade's legal right to the posi
tion he now holds.
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Semi-Tropic Laud and Water
company, held on the Bth day of April,
1891, at the company's office in Rialto,
San Bernardino county, Mr. Wade waß,
by resolution, duly otTered and adopted,
elected superintendent of that com
pany's affairs at a salary of $150 per
month. The resolution alao prescribe l '
as his duties among other things that he
have charge of the engaging of all em
ployes and the direction as to their
labor. Also to see that water was fur
nished to those entitled to it at the
proper time and to generally superin
tend the active operations of the com
pany. The company's proper I .*' aDd
business is all in San Bernardino county
and his dutios were euch as to require
his constaut presence there. He en
tered upon the discharge of his dvi ies as
such superintendent on the 15th day oi
April, 1891, and continued oustantly In
that position until the 10th day oi
August, 1892, one year aud four months
lacking livo days, and he would have
been there yet drawing bis salary from
that corporation instead of the city oi
Los Angeles had it not been for the
purchase Of the prnperty of
the company from Major Bonebrr.ke,
Howe', Merrill and others by McDon
aid, Sheldon and others, the latter reor
ganizing the comuany, assumiog the
management of affairs and relieving Mr.
Wade on the 10th day of AugUßt, 1892
During the time that Mr. Wade waa
in the employ of this company he pur
chased of tbem in the name of Mre.
Emily Snoddy. presumably a relation, a
tract of land in Kialto, payments for the
same being made by him or charged
against his salary accounts. He also
purchased in the neighboring town of
Ontario a dwelling house and removed
it to the Rialto property, repaired and
made additions to it, furnished and oc
cupied it as a residence with his entire
family and effects. He took an active
interest in all the affairs of tbe little
town, and was regarded by all aB a good
and permanent citizen. He was a good
man in the position, and no doubt re
garded it ac virtually a life job, as the
company's holdings embraced 2000 or
more acres of land, several town sites
and water compauies that it will require
many years to dispose of to private own
ers, and the idea of disposing of the en
tire business in a block all at one time
probably never occurred to him or any
of the company prior to within a few
weeks of the transfer tbat let them all
Mr. Wade did not move hia family to
this city for some time after the 10th of
August,, and there iB a doubt as to
whether he was here 90 days previous to
the sth of December, at which time he
was elected to the office of city tax col
But there is no doubt of some things,
and that is that he did not leave San
Bernardino county before the 10th of
August, but tbat he registered in this
county on the 28th day of September, to
vote at the general election, held on the
Bth day of November; tbat one require
ment of tbe statute is a residence of 90
dayß in the county next preceding the
election. Mr. Wade was presumably
not a resident of Los Angeles county 90
days preceding the general election, is
supposedly consequently illegally regis
tered and cast an illegal ballot at said
As to what constitutes a temporary or
an absolute residence it wou d seem
that the abundance of evidence is in
favor of Rialto, where is located bis
borne containing his household effeots,
ac the absolute and permanent resi
dence, as against the rented rooms in
a furnished lodging house in this city,
at present occupied by him and his
The matter to be determined is
whether or not a resident of San Ber
nardino county can remove to Los An
geles within 90 diys preceding a general
election, register and vole here, he
elected to an office, establish bis right
thereto as a citizen upon hie twm
declaration, unsupported by the facte
in tbe case. It ie ptobable that the city
treasurer will be enjoined from payiDg
tbe salary warrants of himself and depu
ties nntil the matter is determined by
Several attorneys were asked by a
Herald reporter yesterday abont the
merits of the points raised in regard to
Mr. Wade's case, and tbey one and all
said tbat in event of the intent of the
gentleman to make hia residerce at
Rialto being shown, it would be very
difficult for him to show that he iB
legally entitled to hold the office to
which he has been elected. If he haa
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 189?,.
made statements to people ia Rialto to
the effect that he expected to make his
home amongst them they will come
home to him. The fact that be moved
his family there and returned at so late
a date to Los Augeles will all be facts
that will militate against him in the
, TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
University Stude is (Spend a Day With
the lSt.ll and ilacquet.
The students of tbe University of
Southern California are just nowgreatly
interested in athletics and Saturday was
spent in contesting at lawn tennis. Play
began at 8 a. m. and continued almost
unceasingly until late in the afternoon.
The events were men's singlee, men's
doubles, arranged, gents' doubles, open,
ladies' sing ea and mixed doubles. Iv
the latter event, however, R T. Hall
and Mießtiica Martin had noopponenta.
Flay was held at the two university
courts and at Whitlock's court. Fol
lowing is tbe result of the dav'a play :
Men's singles, first round—R T. Hall
drew a bye; I) Arnold defeated Ross,
6 3 (14; Porter defeated Dougbertv. 6 1,
6-4; I. Arnold defeated Conn, 0 0 6 1;
Lapbam defeated Shaw, 6-3, 3 6, 6 2; B.
Whitlock defeated Tucker. 3 0 6 3,64:
Curran defeated Pallette, 6 3, 6 2; Boyn
ton drew a bye.
Second round—R. T. Hall defeated D.
Arnold, 62, 61; P. Arnold defeated
Porter, 7 1 65; Lapham defeated B.
Whitlock, 6 3. 6 4 : Curran defeated W.
P. Boyntou, 6 1.6 2.
Third round —P Arnold defeated R
T. Hall, 6 5,2 6, 6 2; Lapham vs. Cur
ran, to be playtd.
Finals—P. Arnold vs. the winner of
the match ; Lapham vs. Curran, to be
Men's doubles, arranged, first round—
r.tpbam and Curran drew a bye; Hall
and Cook vs. Porter and Shaw, to be
played. Whitlock and Roan defeated
Boynton and Dmgherty. 6-2, 6-2; D
Arnold and Garrett vb. P. Arnold and
Van Cleve, to be played.
Vlen'e doubles, open, first round —Hall
and Porter drew a bye; Shaw and Van
< leve tlefeated I.ttpham and Curran, 3-6,
6-4,6-3; Boynton and Djtmhertv drew
a bye, P. Arnold and D. Arnold diew a
Second rouni—Hall and Porter vs.
Shaw and V«n Cleve, to be played; P.
Arnold and I) Arnold dafealed Boynton
and Dougherty, 6-1. 6- 0.
Ladies' singles—A number of young
ladies defaulted, resolving matters down
First round —Martha Arnold defeated
Floreuce Whittier,o-2, 3-6, 6-2; Frances
Whitlock won by default of opponent;
Maud Whitlock defeated Mary Boynton,
6-4, 2-6, 6-1 ; Lura Whitlock won by
default of opponent:
Second ronud—Martha Arnold *s.
Frances Whitlock, to be played ; Maud
Whitlock vs. Lura Whitlock, to be
Mixed doubles—R T. Hall and MiBS
Nina Martin. Only entry.
Fmala will be played l oil henceforth at
convenience of the players.
Thfl Hepreeentativea of il>-> t'plaaopnl
Churchn t., Meat Thin Week.
The couvocadou of the Episcopal
church iv Southern California will he
held in St. John's church, on Adams
street, this week. The official pro
gramme issued ie as fullowa:
Monday, 28d Full chor.l evensong at 7:30
p.m .fo lowed by au open conference on the
tn) t'be I.svrnen and the Kingdom ot God.
of ~H hy Mr. J,>hu Baeftfl tt lit nun Diego.
(b The Di semination of Church Literature,
ot'.-uLd ii Ki.'v. 11 W 11, Taylor, rec.or of b\.
John's eim eh, Los Angelea.
'1 ue.d y, 2'lth—Ceiebratlon of the holy
cuet.arM at 10 a.m . the Rt. Rev Bishop
Slchols being celebrant, and the nev. W yllys
Hail of Pi. mien* being the prtacher.
Roll cull of relegates.
In tlio afternonn a business session will be
held, du'itig whioh Rev J R, de Wolfe Cowie
will read a paper i,n The Oiigln and Uses of
At 7-.:: op m. a public missionary service will
be held, at which addresses will De mede by
the V, iy Rev H. B. Reslarlek. dean oi convo
cation; the Rev J. R. de w. Cowie convoca
tiQnal ml.sm.nry; tho Rev. J. D. H. Btowne of
P< monti aud others.
w,-tinesd-y, 2 th—(Festival of the Conver
sion ol Nt. Psu!) Cel.-hrrttion oi the holy
euoharist at 7:110 a.m.; niorm g prayer at 9;
closing busiu ss of the convocation.
All the above meetings and services
are open to the general public. The
offerings will be devoted to missionary
purposes after the expanses oi convoca
tion hay. been paid.
JOHN SONTAG'S FATHER.
lie I'ays South Kiversula a Visit Bin
Route to Ttinescal.
The Btep-father of John and George
Sontag, the train robbers, was seen on
the streets of South Riveraide yesterday
morning, Bays Friday's Press of that
city. He was recognized by a resident
of that place who used to be acquainted
with Mr. Sontag and the boys, John and
George Constant, while they were living
in Maukato, Minn., Mr. Sontag keeping
a hotel at that place.
Mr. Sontag and his companion, a man
of about 50 or 00 years, came from the
direction of Los Angeles, and after tak
ing breakfast at the bakery and restaur
ant aud inquiring the road to Temescal,
left in that direction. Their outfit con
sisted of a horse and buggy, with a com
plete camping outfit. Tbe horse showed
bard driving. There is no doubt about
its being Mr. Sontsg, as Mr. Lilly was
well acquainted with the family in tbe
east. The supposition ie that Mr. Son
tsg ia driving through to Lower Califor
nia to Bee his eon.lohn and ChrisKvauß.
AROUND THE WORLD.
Tho Arrival Here of Two Notable
.inn ii in Bicyclers.
W. L. Sachtleben aud J. G. Allen, jr.,
the two plucky Americana who have
been making a tour ou bicycles around
the world for the past two yeara, arrived
in the city yesterday morning from the
A delegation of local wheelmen went
out to escort the gentlemen into the city
but missed them.
A road run will be given, compliment
ary to them, today. The ride will be
through Pasadena, Santa Anita and
Izuea to Monrovia, returning by nearly
the same route hunch will be taken at
Monrovia. The Albamhra and Azusa
wheelmen will meet the party on the
road. All wheelmen are invited to join
in the run, which will start from the
Athletic club rooms at 9 o'clock this
Not from a Financial Standpoint
"I do not recommend Chamberlain's
Cough remedy from a financial stand
point, for we have others in stock on
which we make a larger profit," says
Al Maggini, a prominent druggist of
Braddock. Perm., "but because many of
our customers have spoken of it in the
highest praise. Wesell more of it than of
any similar preparation we have in the
store." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman,
222 N. Main, druggißt.
INVOLVING THE PROBATE LAWS.
A. Supreme Court Decision on
the Estate of C. P. Haas.
Pretty Mrs. Tigcliauser Sent Back to
Jail by Judge Shaw.
A Wedding Bight After a Divorce.
Notes on Cases in the Courts.
New Suits That Were
Deputy Supreme Court Clerk Ash
more received an opinion of the su
preme court yesterday in a case in
which points in probate law are in
volved of considerable interest. The
case wsb that of an appeal in tbe matter
of the estate oi Christian P. Haas, de
ceased, and the court says:
"This is an appeal by the executor,
Jamps F. Mooney, from an order settling
bis annual account. Wti-n the execu
tor died his account a legatee under the
will objected thereto, upon the ground
that he had a large sum of money and
also other personal property in his pos
session, which was the property of the
estate and for which he had not ac
counted. In answer to these objections
the executor set out that he was the
duly appointed, qualified and acting
guardian of Ella V. Haaß, a minor; that
said property was her property and he
held it an euch guardian, and had re
turned it to the court in his inventory
and appraisement of her estate, and be
thereupon objected to the court hearing
and determining these matters, upon
the ground that as a court of probate it
had no juriediotion thereof. The court
proceeded to a trial of the issues raised
by the pleadings; made findings of fact
to tbe effect that this property was the
property of theeßtate, and by the decree
charged tbe same to the executor in his
In tbe present status of this case tbe
executor occupies a position which ia
not at all pleasant to him, viewed from
a pecuniary standpoint, for ha is now
charged with this property in the estate
of his ward, and also in the estate of the
deceased Haas; and for that reason be
has such an interest in tbe final deter
mination of the appeal as to justify bis
appearance in this court. But his two
positions of trust are in direct antag
onism upon the question of property
rights involved in this proceeding, and
if it were not for the prospective per
sonal liability against him in one or tbe
other of these estates he should not be
heard here at all, for in representing
both trusts he would necessarily mis
The minor Ella V. Haas was not a
party to tbe proceedings in tbe trial
court and not a party to tbe appeal,
although the decree o' tbat court which
is befoie us holdß this property to be
tbe property of the estate. The neces
sary effect of this decree is to declare
that ehe has no title therein, for the
auestionof her title was the only issue
involvi d The execntor was not in a
position to represent the ward at the
trial of that issue for the reasons al
ready stated; and the affirmance by the
court of the judgment of the trial court
would in no degree quist the title to this
property as between the respective
The issues raised by trie objections of
tbe legate* to tho account, and t.tie an
swer of the executor to such objections
directly involves! the question as to
where the legal title to this personal
property rested, and that was an issue
the probate court had no power to hear
and determine. There are many mat
ters relating to the estates of deceased
persons of which the probate court has
no jurisdiction, and the determination
of tbe question of title to property is
essentially one of them. When it be
came apparent from the pleadings that
matters of title to property were at
ißeue, such matters should have been
left to other courts for determination,
care being exercised th-f all parties in
terested should be fairly and fully rep
resented at the trial.
We think the judgment of the court
wae one beyond ite power, and for that
reason let it be reversed and the cause
The opinion is by Justice Garoutte,
Justices Paterson and Harrison con
JUDGE VAN DYKE'S OPINION.
The Snpreme Court Paya Htm an Unuanal
An opinion waß also received in the
case of Henry W. King et al., respond
ents, vs. J. T. Sheward, appellant, in
which the supreme court quotea the
judgment of the superior court in full
as ite opinion, and affirms the judgment,
l'he caee was one in regard to a differ
ence arising from a loss on the return of
some goods from J. T. Sheward to the
firm in Chicago, Henry W. King et al.,
and the judgment of the superior court
was against Mr. Sheward. This judg
ment is affirmed. Tbe original judgment
in the case was rendered by Judge Van
Dyke in department No. 4 of the superi
or court of this city.
The Concltiilon of an luterestitig Cou-
Several days ago Judge Shaw fined M.
Hreciach $100 and five days in jail for
contempt of court in saying about the
court tbat he would "Bee it in h —l" be
fore he would obey the order made in
bis partnership controversy about a res
taurant where a receiver was appointed.
Hreciach was taken by his counsel on
habeas corpus proceedings before Judges
Clark and Van Dyke, Judge Shaw also
Bitting with them, and it was claimed
tbat tbe contempt judgment was not
legal on various grounds. It was urged
that the contempt was committed out
side the presence of the court, and that
he had not cited the defendant before
bim in proper form.
An opiniou was filed by Judge Clark
and Judge Van Dyke yesterday, Bigned
also by Judge Shaw, in which the judg
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ment of Judge Shaw was sustained. The
opinion was quite lengthy. Ite leading
idea was tbat the facts ac to the con
tempt were correct, and that the courts
would not dieturb a judgment of that
kind for a mere irregularity.
The defendant appeared before Judge
Shaw during the day and apologized for
his remarks, stating that they were
made under a misapprehension of the
facts in conn-ction with the statements
made to him by the receiver of the
restaurant business. Upon this state
ment Judge Shaw remitted the balance
of the sentence, Hreciach having been
in jail pending the disposition of tbe
habeas corpus proceedings, and the de
fendant was discharged.
MRS. TISCHAUSER REMANDED.
Judge Bhaw Cannot See that Hhe Waa
Justtflod in Throwing stoned.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Elizabeth
Tischauser came before Judge Shaw on
habeas corpus proceedings for her re
lease from the county jail, instituted by
her attorney, Hugh J. Crawford. She
was sent to jail by Justice Bartholo
mew, not being able to give the $500
bond to keep the peace rtuuired by
him in a case of threatß brought against
her by Mrs. Martha Hebler.
Tho case waß presented to Judge
Shaw, and be remanded tbe poor woman
to jail, not being able to do anything
else under tbe facts in tbe case.
The troubles between these two fami
lies hove frequently been before tbe
courtß and have excited various com
ments amongst those who know them.
In case Mrs. Tischauser is unable to
give the bond she will be obliged to
stay in jail for some time. The fami
lies reside close together, and there is a
disturbing element in their relations
which leads to periodical outbreaks of
feeling, in which, so far, Mrß. Tischauser
seems to have bad the worst of it.
Close Upon the Divorce.
Yesterday Judge Clark granted Mrs.
Sirah French a divorce from her hus
band, Arthur A. French, upon the
ground of desertion. During tbe after
noon, and not very long after the judg
ment of the court had been pronounced,
John M. Clvman, a gentleman giving
hie age 83 57 years, while Mre. French
is 38, secured a marriage license from
the county clerk and the two were soon
after united in tbe bonds ol matrimony.
Judge Smith heard tbe appeal case of
Viellier Cenataut yesterday, from a
judgment of tbe justice court, and mod
ified it from $20 to $10.
Albert Slack, indicted by the grand
jury on a charge of embezzling a cow,
waa discharged by Judge Smith yeater
day. It seems that Slack told a man
who built a fence for him that he could
have tho oow in payment, and after
wards the cow was not forthcoming,
whereupon the man had him arrested
A hearing in the case of E. Fimbres,
convfeted by Justice Owenß of firing a
revolver on First street, was continued
by Judge Smith yesterday until Febru
A number of the interminable Chi
nese tan tan appeal cases cameuphefore
Judge Smith vesteiday, and time was
allowed respondents in which to file
J. Albeitus was before Judge Smith
yesterday, be being accused of assault,
the case heing on appeal from justice
court, and after evidence the caee was
taken under advisement by the court.
Hearing on the demurrer in the Claud
L. Hill cases waa continued by Judge
Smith yesterday until January 23d.
Judge Van Dyke yeßterdav gave judg
ment for plaintiffs for $2509.46 in the
foreclosure suit of Dr. Le Moyne Wills
et al. vb. Adams et al.
A judgment of foreclosure for $2020 98
was rendered by Judge Van Dyke yes
terday in the case of the Torter Land
and Water company vs. Hensler et al.
The case of Glassell et al. vb. Verdugo
et al. waß argued and submitted before
Judge Van Dyke yOßterday. The case
involved valuable water rights above
Judge McKinley yesterday rendered
judgments for plaintiffs as prayed for in
the cases of J. Weber vs. C. B. Wilson,
J. Weber vs. E. R. Doan et al., and J.
W. Weber vb- A. H. Sanborn et al.
An additional order was made by
Judge McKinley yesterday in the case
of 11. Schiebler vs. H. Behnsen et al.,
suit upon a promissory note. The order
was that the special verdict being incon
sistent with the general verdict, in that
interest was not allowed by the general
verdict on the $212 partial payment on
the note, the clerk should enter judg
ment for plaintiff for $G4B 57, less
$212.22. with interest at the rate of 10
per cent from July 12, 1892.
New Suit Filed.
Suit was commenced yesterday by G.
F. Chevalier vb. F. R. Kills and com
pany. It was a suit to recover judgment
for $301.50 on account of goods sold.
Patrick Conroy'a Will.
Yesterday's Hkkai.d contained a re
port in the above matter, which should
be corrected bo as to state that tbe later
will names no one as beneficiary, and
differs principally from the first will in
that it omits the names of the two
pißterß as executrixes, and names instead
Martin D. Currigan of Denver and
Michael F. ODea of Los Angeles. No
question has been raised as to its gen
uineness, it having been written entirely
in hie, own hand while sick at Rooseevelt
hospital, in New York, and dated
August 8, 1892.
MASHERS OUT IN FORCE.
Theae Gentry ahonlri Receive the Atten
tion of the Police.
The street corner "mashers" were out
in full force yesterday—Saturday being
tacitly considered by these bipeds as the
principal flirting day of the week. These
fellows live by some mysterious manner
unknown to respectable people.
Someof tb.emu.re confidence operators,
who lay in wait for tbe stranger, mike
his acquaintance nnder some plausible
pretext, and either borrow money from
him, "rope" him againßt a dice game,
or into one of the numerous poker
games, and eve a against some female
adventuress. In either event the stran
ger is robbed, and the flashily dressed
masher and confidence operator gets his
These professional loafers stand upon
the principal street corners, insulting
by their leers and vulgar remarks every
loung lady who passes. Any stylish
lady who paeseß is sure to attract their
attention, and the fellows have tbe au
dacity to tip their hats, with the view
of indulging in a flirtation.
No woman with any self-respect
would, of course, pay the slightes atten
tion to these vermin. Knowing tbat
ladies do not like notoriety, and that
complaints are not likely to be made to
the police, theße fellowe feel Becure.
They are more contemptible and more
deserving of punishment than the
drunken vagrants who hang around the
corner of First and Main streets.
Theße well dreßßed fellows are clearly
vagrants and should be treated as Buch.
Tbe police should ferret tbem ont and
run them in.
THEY CAN WED.
People Who Yesterday Secured Their
Marriage licensee were issued yester
day to the following persons:
M. J. Nolan, aged 29, a native of New
York, and Carrie Mansfield, aged 22, a
native of Illinois; both residents of Lob
John M. Clyman, aged 57, a native of
Illinois, and Sarah R. French, aged 38,
a native ol Utah; both residents of Lob
J. J. Dickner, aged39,a native of New
York, and Nellie Fogg, aged 29, a native
of Maine; both resident?of Loa Angelea.
John j Clark, aged 49, a native of
Canada, and Maria Jesus Libas, aged 31,
a native of Mexico; both residents ol
To make the hair grow a natural color, pre
vent baldntß.. and keen the scalp healthy,
Hall's r-air Itenewer was invented, and lias
prov d itself successful.
CRAW—Tn thin city, Janua-y 10th, 1893
Joseph Woltfilf.ll], son of Alexander Craw;
aae<i,'lo yi ars aud 3 months.
The funeral will take place from 71< Bast
Third street, and Rervioe at Grace M. tt. church,
Mm street, today (Sunday). January 32d, at 2
o'clock p. m. Friends sra invited.
YOUNG—In l.os Angeles, Cal., January 20,
18P.', kobert yo ingest son of Mr arid Mrß.
X B. Ycuug, aged 1 year, 8 mouths and 24
Funeral from the family residence,42s South
Broadway, Suuday, January "-1-M, at 2 30 p.m.
Friends inritnl toniicnd. 1 21 2t
J. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer and Dealer ill
TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS,
136 South Main street.
Opposite chamber oi Commerce, l.os Angeles.
Telenn ne BIS.
Orders called for and delivered to all parts oi
the city. U-2a
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M. F. Losey, M 1) , of the above well known
firm of « fclaluta will be at
HOTEL RAMONA, €OnNrK THIIID AND SPRING Sts,
From JANUARY 27 to KEBaUaRY 2 Incisive
Can refer interested uarties to prominent
Los Angeles citizen, who have he. n treated by
him. Cure guaranteed. 1-ft 2m daw
THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE.
Sod. iLterestiog Ftatfmeits From
Wonderful Cures Made by
the Doctors of the
IGNACIO L PEREZ, with Cohn Brother!,
says: "I have suffered from catarrh and
nervous debility for several years, and have
continually been treated by different doctors
without benefit I commenced treatment two
weeks ago with the Eur -pean Staff aud am
happy to say that 1 am better than I have been
ior years. To any person calling upon me I
will be happy to prove this statement."
A AftiCK ON, (120 Philtdelphla street, says;
"I went to the doctors two weeks ago a very
sick man, I was suffering from chronlo malaria
and acute la grippe; tho doctor cured me in
ten days. lam now a well man."
MR. H. M. TAYLOR says: I have suffered
untold misery for 16 years from Valvular
Heart Disease and Intercostal Neuralgia, and
have been treated by eminent physicians in
Europe. Australia and America, but no relief
came. I placed myself under treatment with
the Doctors of the Gcrman-Enalisb. Staff three
weeks ago, and am happy to testify to their
ability lam bett r than I have been any time
within 10 years. I feel it a duty to sufferlngbu
manity to make known their healing power.
I believe it was the hand of Providence that
led me to them. H. M. TAYLOR,
BI3K South Spring street.
MR II no v X says: I am happy to certify
that my boy has been successfully treated for
bront hitis and asthma of long standing by the
Doctors of the European Staff. To any one
calling on me, I will gladly verif 7 this state
ment. H. J. NOYK,
414 Montreal street.
MR. E. B. BELjDEN says: I havo been under
treatment with the Doctors of the European
Staff for diabetes and lumbago, oi several
months standing, and my condition has bsea
wonderfully improved. lam still under treat
ment and feel that lam getting well. loan
heartily recommend their methods. Anyone
callng on me can be convinced of the truth of
this statement. E. B. BELDEN,
1021 Monmouth street.
JOHN HAAO, of John Haag &S)ns, 557 San
P.dro street, says: I have been treat d by
several leading physicians for phtbis pulrco
nalis, but none did me any good until I placed
myself under treatment with the European
Stsff, in three weeks my improvement has
been wonderful. lam getting well; my rough
is gone; I breathe easy and am getting fat.
MRS. M'LAUOHLIN says: lam the hap jiest
woman In town. I hive Buffereo untold misery
for over a year; was never tree from pain. I
placed myself under treatment with the
Doctors of the European Staff one month ago
and tbey have cured me of a uterine tumor
without the use of the knife, and I haven't had
a pain for two weeks.
MRS. J. A. M'LAUGHLIN,
431-* South Spring street.
Others who indorse our methods;
MRS. MARGIE ALEXANDER, 229 West
V. P, BROWN, Santa Fe Springs,
HERMAN BOKTTOHER, I,os Angeles.
' A. BADSESBURGER, 229>< Twenty-fourth
MISS S. fl. BARRETT, 328% South Spring
MRS. A. M BSOWI. 334 Anderaon street.
MKS. CHAS. BARTLHTT, Hotel Brunswick,
M tS. ELIZABETH DANIEL, Santa Monica.
MRS. HENRY DBMING. 107 North Lea Aa
gt les street
H. DUBE, 1403 Beuna Vista street.
H F. HR-38, Pico Heights.
JOHN H AAG, 557 -an,Ptdro street.
W. E. JONES, m Geary street
JOHN A. JEFFERSON, 316 Clay street.
S. 11. KENEDY, corner New England ana
P. N. LUNDSTROM, 112 First street.
M OLSEN, sierra Madre, Cal.
ANIOMO MORENO, 730 Date street
MISS E. PALME It PALMER, IllS'j South
THO3. RE I LEY*. 447 Flower street.
D. M. SMITH, San Fernando, Cal.
MRS. ELLA STEELE, 408 La Fayette Street.
MRS. I.IVIE SMITH, 133S Newton street
T STU.vi;., 310 West Klrst street.
CHAS. SOHI .1.1 IG, 200 Wilmington street.
MRS. W. S. SMITH, 522 Mateo street.
MRS. W. A. SMITH, 526 Mateo street.
H. M. TAYLOR, Nalick hotel.
W. H. THORP,SI3X South Spring street.
N. V. VALIN, 713 Alpine street.
WHERE OTHERS FAIL.
With tho best system of treatment known to
the wond, the German and English Staff
Physicians find little dlfflcQity in curing the
W rstcases ol catarrh aud other chronic dis
e*ses. Their pr-ictice is m*de up ol patients
whofallelto obtain relief fro,n other physic
ian*', who are delighted to receive a mild and
painless treatment after being cruelly experi
mented upon by men who do not know their
if you are skeptical, call on any of the abovo
patties and find what their experience has
TREATMENT BY MAIL.
We have so perfected our system of mall
treaim .'tit that we succeed quite as well In thia
way as we do in our office practice. All who
reside at a distance and canuot conveniently
call at the . nice, should write their symptoms
fully and frankly. Questions about ail chronic
troubles cheer, ul y answered,
$5 PER MONTH.
All patients placing 'hemselv-'s nnder treat
ment before FebruH-ry Ist will be treated until
curedat the rate o£ a month.
Catarrh, bronchitis, consumption, f hiric,
r-'ctal ami griiito-u mary di testes, nerroui
debi lty and b xual diseases, impote ey, etc.,
We cure piles in 30 days; no pain or detrAnion*
TUMORS AND CANCERS
Cured without pain, burning or cutting; ab
sorption treatment; cur-a guamnteert In all
tuabe cases. If your case is incurable we
will frankly tell you so also cauiion agaiuit
spending more money for useless treatment
Kuropenu PtafF of
GERMAN I ENGLISH PHYSICIANS,
308H South Spring street, Los Angelas, Cat.
Office hours; 10 a. m. to 4p. m Eves lugs
7to 8. Sundays 9tolla. m.