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of the church officiated. The bride «•«.•
gowned In a b*comln* trtrelln* suit
of brown cloth, with hat Ito match,
and carried a. cluster of violets. She
was given away by her father, Thom
as Campbell. Only Intimate friends
witnessed the ceremony.
Recently Elected Officer
Recently- elected and Installed offi
cer* of Union Circle. No. 10, Ladles of
the O. A. R. are: Mrs. M. H. Olbaon,
president; Mrs. Lillian Leslie Page,
senior vice-president; Mrs. Minnie
Jackson, Junior vice-president; Mrs.
M.'C. Tlngrtrom, chaplain; Mrs. Millie
Wales, treasurer; Mrs. Hulda Parker,
secretary; Miss Montana Olbeon, color
bearer; Ml«s Laura, Sanborn, guard,
and Mri. Grace Walton, musician.
For Brownson House
A dance will be given for the benefit
of the Brownson Settlement house as
sociation, February 21, on the eve of
Washington's birthday, at Kramer's.
The proceeds will be for the benefit of
the work of the association.
Home Wedding
A pr«tty home weaaing was ceie
: broted at the home of the bride's par
ents, 1808 Brooklyn avenue, when Miss
Helen May Fears was united In mar
riage to John Rich, Rev. Mr. Sterling
officiating.
Knights Will Dance
Lo» Angeles council, Knights of Co
lumbUH,'-will give a dance January 80,
at Kramer's.
Social Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Roth Hamilton of 915
,West Eighteenth street had as their
guests Thursday evening members of
the Thursday Night Whist club. .
| Phllolethea club members entertained
their friends with a dancing party at
Kramer's last evening.
I Miss Ethel Border left the" early part
of the" week for an extended visit with
relatives and friends in Chicago. ■
The students of the Los Angeles
Business college will give a social and
dancing party,' Thursday evening, Jan
uary'2(s, at Kramer's hajl,','. p . . ,-.j
The Merry Makers will entertain
with their tenth dance of the season,
Wednesday evening, January 18, at
Blanchard's hall, .with Schoneman
Blanchard's orchestra. ■
Dr. and Mrs. ' Thomas 'Davidson, of
327 South Alvarado street, entertained
a small company of guests with an
informal whist party Friday .evening.
: Mrsl'L. M. Powers, of 1940 Lovelace
avenue, will entertain members of the
Hyacinth club at their next meeting,
announced to take place the first Fri
day In February.
;. ,Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sutor, of 124 South
Flower atreet, entertained guests at
dinner Friday evening. ;
Miss Rose Lulse Black, of 2110 South
Grand avenue, will be at home to her
friends each Wednesday afternoon this
winter.
Mrs. Frank E. Stevens, of 1711 To
berman street, will have as her guests
next Wednesday afternoon members of
the" Harmony "Whist club. .
• Miss Jessie G. Cressman, daughter
of Mrs. Alexis Geddes, of 429 Molino
avenue, will be married next Wednes
day evening to Robert H. Bell of this
city. The ceremony will take place at
f o'clock at the bride's home and Miss
Folly Drullard and Charlie Green will
stand with the couple.
SUBURBAN NOTES |
PICO HEIGHTS
At the Pico Heights Congregational
church there will be interesting ser
vices today. At 11 a. m. Rev. J. M.
Schaefle will preach on the subject,
-The Revival that Revives." At 7:30
p. m. Professor Dobbins will speak on
the subject "The Potter and His Ves
sels," illustrated with stereoptlcon
views from the Ram's Horn.
Professor Dobbins will assist at. the
evening meetings during the week.
t Mr. and Mrs. George R. Long from
Cleghorn, lowa, were calling on rela
tives on Thursday. They have taken a
cottage at 3739 South Hope street.
Mrs. S. Barber and daughter, Miss
G. Kirkpatrlck, who have been staying
at 1328 Reid street, have gone to Holly
wood for the remainder of the sensor.
Mrs. Anna Jackson Is entertaining
her son at her home at 1421 Vermont
avenue.
Mrs. M. Penrod of 1313 El Mollno
atreet Is recovering from a severe at
tack of pneumonia.
Miss Hasa Partienso of 1316 Vermont
avenue is entertaining a friend. Miss
Daly of Burbank.
J. L. Decker of Twelfth and Fedora
streets has removed with his family
to Emmett, Idaho.
F. Charles Spelgle, formerly of Ke
wanee, Ills., has purchased as an In
vestment through Ramsdall and
Keever, a business block on West Pico
street of Mra. Margaret Clark for $7000
Judge Henry Barnum and wife, re
cently arrived from Freeport, Ills., paid
calls on former Illinois friends, Mrs.
Russell of Alvarado street and Mr. and
Mrs. Reeves of Reid street, on Thurs
day.
Mrs. H. C. McClure of Gibson City.
Ills., died at the home of her brother
in-law, A. B. McClure, 1409 Reid street,
on Wednesday evening. Mrs. McClure
had taken several trips to Europe ay.d
lived for a time In the Klondike and
In Old Mexico. Latterly she spent the
winters In Lob Angeles, where she hu.l
many friends. Interment will be ut
her former home In Illinois.
.Miss Lucena Huntley, 1030 Arapahoe
street, is the guest of Miss Cavanaugli
of Ocean Park for a week.
BELMONT HEIGHTS
An addition liaa been made to the
third floor of the Yale school building,
MM> South Union avenue, to accommo
date more boarders. Tha room* will
PART Ilk
b« ready for occupancy February 1.
Harry Humphrey of El Cajon U a
late accession to the boarding school.
He Is an expert athlete..
t,. 0. Maxwell and family, who re
tided at 114 South Union avenue, re
cently removed to EUlnore.
O. 8. Farewell of SOI North Soto
street. Boyle Heights, haa broken
ground for the building of three cot
tage*, corner Belmont avenue and Cor
tez street.
Mrs. E. A. Men*les and her family
have had as their guest the former*
father. Rev. J. H. Henry, pa*tor of
the Methodlat church of Selma.
t>. ,\V. Campbetl and family, former
ly of the Indian Territory, occupy
room* In the new building, corner
First and Bonnie Brae.
HIGHLAND PARK
A. 11. Moore, engine driver nt En
gine No. 12, went to Indlo on a busi
ness trip recently.
Col. and Mrs. Dalgk and daughter of
Washington, D. C, visited Col. M.
Mudge, at hi* home, 209 East Avenue
52. Col. Mudge la still obliged to use a
crutch from his Injury sustained while
In the east.
Ground ha* been broken for the new
church building of the Highland Park
Presbyterian church, corner Pasadena
avenue and Avenue 53. The church
will cost about $13,500 when completed.
Mrs. D. W. Poor and daughter-in
law, Mrs. D. W. Poor, Jr., of Orange,
N.'J.. are the guests for the winter of
W. F. Poor and family, 120 West Aven
ue 54.
George Hoffman has purchased,
through the agency of Poor.& Wing,
the property of Phillip O. Galr on
West Avenue 52, for his home. "
C. H. Mayo and family occupy the
Mrs. Harris residence on West Avenue
65.
Mri. Laura Hanhn has purchased of
Poor & Wing a lot on Pasadena aven
ue, between Avenueß 58 and 59, and
will build a business house.
T. A. ..Thompson h»s purchased a lot
of Myron Murkettroys on West Aven
ue 53.' '
Mrs. W. H. Glass and two sons, Dud
ley and Willie, have come from Red
lands, artd now occupy the residence at
6207' Pasadena, avenue. Mr. Glass is
employed in Bakersfleld.
SOUTH PARK
The carpenter department of the new
Los Angeles Railway company's shops
has been occupied the past week by the
force, consisting of twenty men, under
the direction of L. Stephens.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wagner of Monro
via, A. J. Wagner of Kansas City and
K. C. Byer of Victoria, Tex., are recent
new comers at the Urban home.
F. \V. Rosenbaum will build a home
on hla lot recently purchased on Lee
street, near South Par}c avenue.
W. 11. Martin will build a modern
residence on his lot purchased on East
Fifty-second street, near South Park
avenue. Mr. Martin has also purchased
a lot of I. V. Kroesem on East Fifty
fifth and Walrath streets and will build
a business block.
Robert Plerson, motorman, 'is now at
his home on Lee street, having re
turned from a hospital, where he had
an operation performed.
F. L. Bedell has purchased a lot on
East Fifty-fourth , sereet. He will
build for a home.
Robert Tedford is planning to build
a two-story residence on his lot pur
chased on East Forty-seventh street,
rear South Park avenue.
W. P. Hill will build a residence on
East Forty-sixth street. He has re
cently purchased three lots there.
EAST LOS ANGELES
E. P. Stafford of Haywards, Cal.,
was a recent guest of his brother, N.
O. Stafford, and family, 317 South
Daly street.
L. L. Newerf of. 318 North place,
went on a business trip to Tulare, re
cently.
J. W. Banthrum of 420 Avenue
Twenty-eight, has exchanged property
in East Los Angeles, for property near
Modesto, Cal.
A deer park will be arranged at
Eastlake park, near the present en
closure. Five large deer are awaiting
the new quarters. A lion is a recent
■acquisition to the animal quarter. The
new sulphur baths at this park will be
ready for the public in the near fu
ture. The water is supplied from a
sulphur spring at the upper end of the
park.
Mrs. M. V. Springer is now residing
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spring
er, 2824 East Main street. She came
here from Pueblo, Colo.
BOYLE HEIGHTS
H. L. Balzer and family of South
Omaha have been guests of Mrs. O.
Williams, guest of the Hotel Mt. Pleas
ant.
Dr. J. C. Cameron and family of
Michigan are guests for the winter at
the home of Jerome Winder, 366 South
Boyle avenue. Mrs. Cameron Is a
sister to Mrs. Winder.
Emil S. Nußsle is building a cottage
on one of his lots recently purchased of
the Beer Brothers on St. Louis street,
between Michigan and Brooklyn ave
nues.
D. Garvey will improve his lot pur
chased on North St. Louis street.
William Waleh and Guy Carpenter
have purchased three lots on Michigan
avenue, between Cummings and San
Benlto. They will build on each lot.
Dr. Ernest Allln will build a two-
Btory residence corner Pennsylvania
avenue and St. Louis street.
UNIVERBITY
Mrs. P. M. Van Aken has sold her
stock of groceries on Wesley avenue.
Her husband was killed by electricity
about three years ago, who had been
In the grocery business nine years.
She then bravely took his position in
the store and has maintained It sine*
that time and has won muny friends.
' Mr. and Mrs. A. Watenpaugh and
daughter, Dora, who were guests of
Mr. and Mra. L. 8. Buck of 3213 Key
Weet street, have returned to their
home In Gibbon, Neb. Shortly before
"LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUAK* »5. *9°S>
their departure Mr. and Mrs. BucK
entertained In their honor.
A. H#lntemfln and family now oc
cupy their new home, 100J Magnolia
avenue.
Mies M. Cook hn« an her guest Ml*i
May Allen of Michigan.
Miss Annie Wheeler of nockford,
111., Is the guest of Mr«. N. B. Carter,
3618 South Flower utreet, for tho
winter.
VERNON
Mr. and Mr«. E. F. Duvall and Mrs.
M. Walker of Vernon and J. 8. John
ston went recently to San Francisco
and other northern point*. Mr. John
ston takes the party on a pleasure
trip. He has large mining lnteresU In
South America.
Mrs. M. Bataleskl of Chicago In oc
cupying the cottage at 1029 East
Forty-iilxth utreet.
Warren Flsk and family of Lompoc
have been guests of relatives In Ver
non.
Martha Oarus Will Improve the lot
she purchased on East Forty-seventh
street.
Robert K. Nichols is planning to
build on his lot recently purchased o.i
East Forty-seventh utr^eet.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Central Avenue Congregational
church gave an enjoyable "Old Maid's
convention" Friday evening.
SOUTH LOS ANGELES
Mrs. Edith Dolan of Fullerton was
the guest of Mrs. M. E. Bnlrnky, 1008
Eftßt Adams street, last week. Mrs.
Balrsky and son and their guest en-
Joyed a trip to Whittler.
Grant Van Ness, who enjoyed a visit
with his family at 2706 Central ave
nue, has returned to Havilah, where
he is president of the Headlight Gold
Mining company.
M. H. Couch Is occupying the cottage
at 1347 East Twenty-second street, hav
ing recently removed from 4101 South
Park avenue.
R. M. Mcßeynolds of 1100 East Twen
ty-fifth street Is slowly Improving. He
has been a great sufferer from ery
sipelas on his face, having lost the use
of his right eye.
GARVANZA
\V. F. Judson, who was the guest of
relatives here, has. returned to Oak
land. ' :.
The Sunny South Tennis club has
been reorganized. The tennis court,
on the College of Fine Arts ground 3,
will be Improved.
Mrs. Charles V.' Mllllgan and two
daughters, Misses Maud and Helen,
have arrived from Chicago and are re
siding at 223 Thorne street. They will
remain several months.
Much interest Is being manifested in
the Fortnightly club. The regular
meeting was held last Thursday even
ing at the home of G. W. Wilson on
Avenue Sixty-six.
ASCOT PARK
John R. Walker of Oakland, H. L.
Russell of Berry vllle, Cal., and John
Kreubel of New York are among the
new comers at Ascot hotel. Mr. and
Mrs. DaVles, who were guests of this
hotel, recently, removed to 1315 South
Figueroa street.
J. M. Isley is preparing to build a
cottage on his lot recently purchased
on East Fifty-third street, near Central
avenue.
C. M. Poyser of Salem, Ore., has pur
chased a lot on East Fifty-fifth street
He will build for a home.
Dr. J. A. Hasemeier and family have
recently removed from 1180 East Fifty
seventh street to 1141 East Fifty-fourth
street.
Out-of-Town Society" |
TROPICO
Mra H. H. Davenport and Miss
Madeline Malcolm planned a most de
lightful surprise for Miss Blanche
Davenport, who had been spending the
Christmas holidays at Irvlndale and
who had Just returned home Monday,
where they entertained a coterie of
friends complimentary to Miss Daven
port. Music and whist furnished a
pleasant evening and whtled the hours
away all too soon for the merry
makers. The guests included: Misses
Ruby Borthick, Ednah Ballantyne,
Evalena Ayers, Lucte Bettannler, May
Cornwall, Mmes. Hess, Brewster and
Ella Porter; Misses Carolyn Wilson
and Clara Lunn of Los Angeles;
Clarence Peck, Will Faucet, ) Albert
Marple, Jean Bettannler, Jay Rice,
Guy Maxwell, John Kirkham and Ray
Goode; Lester Welton of Los Angeles.
Misses Grace Johnson and Oda John
son and Clarence Harrison and J. Gar
rttt of Los Angeles were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Corson the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. George W, Itehn, who
have been visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bollone, have gone to
Bakersftold on a visit.
ELSINORE
A pleasant social was given last
night at the Methodist parsonage, the
program consisting of literary and mv-
Hical numbers, games and refresh
ments.
Oscnr G. Maxwell and bride, who
were married this week In Los Angeles,
arrived yesterday to spend a week here
with Mr. Maxwell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U O. Maxwell of the Hot Springs
hotel.
Mrs. F. L. Osenburg and little eons
returned from v month's visit in Los
Angeles yesterday. 8. L. Lauler, Mrs.
Orenburg's father*, accompanied them
home and will remain some time for
the benefit of his health.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson returned
Friday from Riverside.
Mrs. F. B. Bmith and daughter Flor.
enC« of Seattle are here to spend the
winter, They will occupy a cottage.
Mrs. Wilson of Pasadena Is spending
some time at the Lakevlew hotel.
Mrs. J. A. Crane has gone to Santa
Monica to remain for. some weeks, to
visit relatives and to recuperate from
* recent Dines*.
C. It. Albert and party of five of
St. Louts arrived yeat«rday and will
•pend some time at th» Lakevlew. Mr.
Albert has extenslte Interests In El»l
nore. . . °. "
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Emerson, Mrs.
Josephine Cole, Mr. and Mr*. L. A.
Bonrlo, Mt. and Mrs. Lewis Grant and
Dr. J. Fore, all of Los Angele*, are
among the many recent arrivals at the
Hot Springs hotel.
Mrs. Henry Langstaff Is spending
some time In Riverside with her daugh*
ter, Mrs. Guy Ros*.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dutton returned
to Santa Monica recently, after spend*
Ing a month In a cottage.
Mr*. O. W. Atnesbury returned to
Riverside Friday noon.
Amontf Lakevlew arrival* are: H.
C. Hall, J. W. Badgley, Los Angeles;
W. J. Anderson, S. E. Clark, San
Diego; A. H. Smith, Los Angeles.
COVINA
On Wednesday evening the members
of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges
and their families witnessed the Instal
lation of their newly elected officers.
Those who were installed by the I. O.
O. P. were: A. R. Evans, P. G.; Ed
ward Blanchard, N. O.; Jasper Baker,
V. G.; L. Souther, right supporter to
N. O.; A. Adalr, left supporter to
N. O.; J. Jackson, right supporter to
V. O.; Frank Ohaver, left supporter to
V. G.; George Coolman, secretary;
Otto Anderson, treasurer; G. H. White,
chaplain; Ira Bell, warden; I* L.
Ratekln, conductor; J. W. Mcßrlde,
outside guardian; John Houser, inside
guardian. Those who were Installed
by the Rebekah lodge were: Eva Reed,
P. Q.; Florence Armel, N. G.; Josephine
,Stumpf, V. G.: Henrietta Faulder, sec
retary; Elsie Spencer, treasurer; Pearl
McKlrahan. chaplain; Lola Coolman.
warden; Gertrude Smith, conductor.
After the Installation a sumptuous
banquet, which had been prepared by
the members of the Odd Fellows' lodge,
was served In the banquet hall, after
which the remainder of the evening
was spent with music and games.
On Tuesday afternoon the Child
Study circle met at the grammar school
auditorium, where the question of cor
poral punishment was brought before
the members. Miss Baron also read a
paper to the young people, entitled
"Manual Labor." Mrs. C. E. Bemls
rendered a solo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Laymen were guests
of Charles Warden of Los Angeles dur
ing this week.
NOTES FROM ABROAD
Mrs. Phillip A. Leonard and two
children of Dubuque, la., left, there
recently for Los Angeles to spend the
winter.
Miss Bessie Fowler of this city has
been spending the holidays with her
parents at Nogales.
Miss Bonnie Fassett of St. Joseph,
Mo., has as her guest Miss Pearl Pitt
man of this city. . . : . ■
Miss Ava Rave of this city was the
guest of honor recently at a reception
given by Mrs. L. P. N. Landrum of
Louisville, Ky., whose guest she is.
Rev. Father Glass of this city is vis
iting with the family of his father,
James Glass of St. Joseph, Mo. .■
Miss Helen Loewen of Kansas City,
Mo., has as her guest her cousin, Miss
Selma Vierick of this city.
. Mr. and Mrs. "William Dickey of
Brookvllle, Pa., left there recently for
the west to spend the winter in this
city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beelman of I.
Fremont, 0., have as their guest Ralph r
Fox of this city.
Miss Lilian Dodge of this city has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. S.
Hopley of Tuscon, Ariz.
J. H. Conklin of this city is at St.
Augustine, Fla.
Thomas Spurgeon and family of lowa
City, la., are spending the winter here.
T. L. Myers of this city is at present
in Bucyrus, O.
Albert Gilkerson and family of this
city removed recently to Telluride, Col.
Arthur T. Steams of Willlmantlc,
Conn., who has been spending some
weeks here, has returned to his east
ern home.
When a man misses his dinner In
keeping an appointment with a girl she
may be sure he loves her devotedly.
Restores Eyesight
SPECTACLES A THING OF THE PAST
"Actina," a Marvelous Discovery That Cures
All Affliction* of the Eye and Ear
Without Cutting or Drugging
Th*r« Is no need for cutting, dru»elti« or
probing tha eye for any form of dlseaae, for
a new system of treatlnc afflictions of the
**>'* lln " h "" discovered
whereby all torturous and
w^£"ifiKSS£i&. barbarous methods are
eliminated. There Is no
■tdtiuffifflfflfir^iy r '"' c ol • x P <mm 'ntlng, as
">gSX^J5g5?££JT hundreds of pfoplf havtr
N^^Bjf^^ ' been cured of blindness,
* SiiiJW falling eyesight, cata-
racts, granulated llrts and other afflictions
of the eye throuxh this grand discovery,
when eminent oculists termed the cases In-
curable,
General Alexander Hamilton, Tarrytuwn-on-
the-Hudeon, N. V., highly recommends
"Actina."
Louis Meyer, 91 Herman Street, Rochester,
N. V., writes: "Actina" has effocted a won-
derful cure In my wife's case, curing her of
a severe »>■• troubla and I would not b*
without It.
Mr. A. I* How*, Tully, N. V.. writes:
"Actina" ha* removed cataracts from both
my eyes. I can read well without my glasses;
am sUty-flv* years old.
Robert Baker,- Ocean Park, CaL, writes!
I should have been blind had I not used
"Actina."
Hundreds of other testimonials will be sent
on application. "Actina" la purely a borne
treatment and self-administered by the pa-
tient, and la sent on trial, postpaid. LI you
will send your name and address to the New
Tork and London Electrlo Ass'n, Pspt, 5411.
12? Walnut St.. Kansas City. Mo., yuu will
receive absolutely free a valuable book, Prof.
Wilson's Treatise on the Eye and on Disease
In General.
Actina
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H Wfe J. JL° On All Brohcn Lines, £:
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«2 Every man will find opportunities here that will interest him. Hundreds of women are also «-
*jj taking advantage of the big sale, buying for fathers, brothers, husbands and sons. 5j
I $3 and $5 Sample Hats $1.85 |
3" This does not include all hats in the store, but broken lines and sample hats of the highest g£
Ha quality. Pew of a kind, but such a big lot to pick from. All prices $1.85. . «£
% s ■ Clean-Up Prices in Underwear ||
ig 800 Balbrlggan Underwear 400 11.76 Wool and Worsted Underwear. lUB •£
"m 75e Cotton Ribbed Underwear 60c $2.00 Wool and Worsted $1.63 m*
2* 76c Merino Underwear We $2.50 Wool and Worsted $1.83 S&
1 5iSwSrUni^"KJMM:^::: So 13.00 Woo. .ndWor.ted $2.15 &
% l\S> Woo! and Wasted Underwear $1.16 $3.60 Wool and Wonted .$2.45
1 Clean-Up Prices in Shirts j|
I A.u 2 wsosH,rt juj M^— :::::::- 2 |
All $3.00-$3.50 Shirts $2.35 All $1.50 Shirts BSc *S
I Clearance in Tailoring |
~m Spring Street Store g=j
*2 $7.50 discount on the price of all tailor-made suits. Usual high standard of fit and finish. 3j
I Clearance in Clothing 1
«2 Broadway Store "*■?.
5; One-fourth reduction on all suits. Equally attractive reductions on all overcoats. This is the g»
*2 highest grade of ready-to-wear clothing, all this season's styles. ■£
"5 221 S. Spring Street* Broadway and Sixth jg
Come Drinh of the Spring of Youth, the Source of Happiness! It Is
Electricity as Given by Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt!
Wkmßgm Thß^ t0 " cn '™„
iftffl Young or Old
WTo Men Who Feel .•• •
WVHBw^ To Men Whose
\^^^^^^ Strength Is Wasted
1/ To Men With Pains and Aches
I » To men who have from any cause lost the buoyant spirits, the courage
/ / and confidence which belong 'to the perfect man. To you I offer new life,
/ ' , fresh courage and freedom from the effects of the past.
I Show me the man who would not be a better man than he Is. It mat-
1 I \ ters not how the rocks and shoals of life have worn the edge off the spirit
' | / of joyousness, have dulled the enthusiasm of youth and left the nerves less
/ / vigorous, the eyes less bright, the step less springy, the mind less forceful and
I >. I the general vitality less powerful than they ought to be at your age; you
I / / want to be strong. Electricity applied my way makes men feel young.
I / // i want to talk to men who have pains and aches, who feel run down physically,
/ / // who realize that the old "fire" and energy which were bo evident In youth are
/ . // I absent now; men who can't stand the amount of exertion they could years
/ / 1 11 ago. I want you— if that means you— to see what I have done for others who
/ / / wore Just as bad off. That's my Introduction. If a friend In whom you had
" . I I \ confidence presented some one to you and said: "Jack, here's Brown; he haa ,
t ' [ \ i made good with me, and I trust him," wouldn't you trust him, too? -
•*•'■> I^^y > Mr - E - Beebe ot Kirkland, Ariz., sent this reply to a man who asked
3v ) J J -^4 mm what I had done for him: . •
J'\«U, ' n, i .. In answer to your letter regarding my opinion of Dr. MoLaughlln's Electrlo Belt.
/^y ,«*frnUV would «ay that It Is a godsend gift to all suffering humanity. In my case I was a
ffKy] T*"*^ Zlu-llme eatterer trom weak back and vital weakness. It cured me entirely in a few
lIFKfcL/ ek-*A/*^5 p *» Kcekl and Mnco using It lam like a new man. The Belt does not burn or blister the
V&J =::^LjL , k in "All you can feel is a gentle, invigorating glow, which strengthens the weakened
\&4? fhyJi'cß and there ill no reaction, aa some people think. I gladly recommend it to you
and pledge you my word it Is all they claim."
v™- ff ™,i rir.n-t r»oi ri ff ht T can cure you with my Electric Belt. If you are full of rheumatic pains, I can
knock ihem yy o O ut d ?canpoufo t |l 'into your joints and limber them up. I have often said that pain and electricity,
Can ' t r\! n n t \VZv h :r«:rtLrT^n«r V , e n»r S .»U Barbara. Ca... writes: "Your treatment earthly do« what
'■%'^^^^^ii^cJ^^S^V^^nSfftt* Dolt too highly, and gladly recommend it in any ca*> of
vital weakness. ' _ _ number of fake* In the land I would not bo able to handle the buslnesa
BsiSrIMMM k",k 3 ™ S#sSjsv»*v2 - " ""■ " v - -* ™" ° m
you back gnd % n B|ye you the name „,,„,,„ rye cured , (
Tell me your trouble and I will tell you honestly, whether I can cure you or not. If I can't cure you. I
don't want your money. I have been In this business 24 years, and I am the biggest man In It today by long
Md &o^oTdn^«^ sleep every n.eht. and fee. Us slowln*
' warmth pouring into "you and feel yourself taking on a new lease of life with each application than clog your
• intestines up with a lot of nauseous drugs? Surely. Try me.
Mr C I- Fletcher, 1332 Held street. I.os Angeles, Cal., wrltea: "I tm cured it all my former ailments, and you have my
' heartfelt gratitude for >vhat your treatment haa done for me." ■
: If you will come and see me I'll explain it to you. If you can't call, let me send you my book, full of the
• things a man finds Inspiring to strength and courage. Free, If you send this ad.
•<< T\T> lif A Mr»T ATTfTHT TM 129 South Sprinß Street
»; , DJ\.» ITX» A.* IIHZIjJrLU VJH.J-iJa.l^l • . L ou AngeU«. CHI.
> . Office Hour* — 0 a. m. to •p. m. Sundaya, 10 to 1. ,;'.' ;'/ ;
IMPERIAL VALLEY
EXCURSION
EVERY TUESDAY.
$10.50 Round Trip
Tickets good (or ten duys. Tourist
sUtpiDR oar l.nvts Arcad* Depot
•vary TUESDAY. I o'clock p. m.
B.veu towns rapidly growlnc Into
oltlss
A rare ehanca to malt* big monay.
Lithographed colored maps 'res.
Com* and see v* today.
The Emerson Realty Co.
m 8. Broadway, .JLoa Augslea, Cal.
<■ k Jts£-2 x3f»' X 5« JLxm.i.lX Manufacturer, whole* (l
< ' ■_ .- . . ealer and retailer o( ,
!;. /I ,>- i BAMBOO ART GOODS, Fancy Furniture and ■< > ,
|< i -z~Pr J Bedroom Hettj and Decorating- Everything In tha <
' ' !?!■'- ■ - Japanei* Htyls of building. \
I p Contract* Work a Specialty... <
' : Phone Main 3063 527 S. Spring Street |
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