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QUAIL TOO SOON
. ARRESTED BY DEPUTY AFTER
TAKEN 3Y PASADENA OFFICER
A^ T. Dickey, Former City Electrician,
Held, for Trial ori Charge of
114 Knst Colorado Street
'■PASADENA, Aug. 9.-J. N. Hellotls
of 121 [West First street, Los Angeles,
and \,Q. L. Legakes of Pasadena,
Greeks', were arrested . this evening.
Hellotls Is charged with 'resisting an
officer" and a charge of shooting quail
out of pen son Is to be preferred against
both.' Deputy Sheriff Snrh Wallls made
the complaint and warrants were Is?.
«ued_ tonight by Justice Congdon.
The"^'arrest of the" Greeks was
brought about through *Dr. Demlng,
•who went , to the rifle range about 4
o'clock ;thls afternoon for pistol prac
tice. -When he' arrived there he found
two men hunting with a shotgun on
the west' side of the arroyo. He con
cluded they were shooting quail, as
the ' birds were' flying about as though
they Avere startled. Dr. Demlng hur
ried "^back to town In his automobile
and 'notified Mr. ■ Wallls, who Is the
game warden for Pasadena, and when
they .approached the- hunters both ob
jected to being placed under arrest.
The 'officer went Into their pockets,
however,: and found a dead bird se
creted on Legakes.
>/ The searching so angered the Greeks
that they, showed fight, and Hellotls,
who; is "of powerful build, struck
Wallls-'across' 1 the left arm with the
butt •of I the shotgun, causing a frac
ture.of v the bones.' After a few hasty
words the men surrendered, but not
before -they noticed the- approach ' of
two officers from th& 'police station,
/whom ; ' Chief Pinkham dispatched to
the assistance of Wallls. The Greeks
claim they did 'not know it was unlaw
ful-to shoot quail. Wallls will receive
a : reward of ,$25 from the Game Pro
tective, society for making the arrest.
Former City Electrician Held
■;'A..T.' Dickey, charged with the mis
appropriation .of city funds, must go
to trial 'in the superior court. This Is
the .Judgment , of Justice ' Congdon, be
fore the complaint was made
and | before "whom the ■ preliminary ex
amination' was commenced last Mon
day; and concluded today. Dickey was
city "electrician "during the administra
tion of Mayor. Vedder, and recently al
leged; irregularities ' in the accounts of
Dickey : Mayor . Waterhouse to
prosecute the young man.
<The; ; Dickey, case occupied an allday
session' of Justice Congdon's court and
the principals were Mayor Waterhouse,
prosecuting witness, and Attorney J. G.
Rossi ter,' counsel for the defense. The
latter interrogated the mayor as to his
motive's for prosecuting Dickey and in
timated .'to the 'court by his cross ex
amination that none other than poll
tics .was the real cause of the. execu
tive's interest" in' bringing t)ickey into
court.',".",-, A number of other witnesses
were* examined, and at the .conclusion
of the i testimony brief arguments were
made: by the attorneys. Judge Cong
don announced; that the case was one
for" ttigy superior -court . to . decide and
he bound- the "prisoner over, fixing the
amount, of ball at $1600. It is thought
that .: Dickey will be able to furnish
'bond."'"; During the progress of the ex
amination this afternoon Mrs. Dickey
fainted, and was carried Into an ad
joining ■ room where she quickly re
covered.'. The congested condition of
•the 'court room and the excitement at
tending the trial caused her to give
.way."'- "..- ;■',';-;
■','Joaquin Miller, the "poet of the Si
erras," Twas- a visitor in Pasadena to
day, as <r the guest of W. C. Stevens on
South ' Los I tobies avenue. He Is hale
and- hearty and has met a number of
old time friends during his stay In the
Miss . Flora Kerr is spending a few
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas : Kerr, on East Washington
street, \' previous to her departure for
India" to labor in . the missionary field.
Miss Kerr has ' completed a course in
special training at the Moody institute
.In" Chicago and 1 starts oh' her trip to
the fair east on August 26. ,
\A. '.F.' Lightbody, a former , merchant
of Evanston, 111., died Monday evening
at his home in Altadena. Deceased
was i&i \ years of : age. The remains
were accompanied by deceased's father,
J ll.' Llghtbody, his wife and a sister.
H. L. Elsworth and family have re
turned from Redondo where they spent
following young people will go
to Mount Wilson to spend a week ,ln
camp; ' In ' regular outing fashion ; Mrs.
Harriet Preston, chaperon; Misses Eliz
abeth Bulrd, Sadie Proudfoot, Phoebe
and Jennie , Balrd, Nellie '' Shingler,
Messrs. George Haylor, "Albert Dally,
AlexTi Dodge, Elmer Aull and James
Cool, comfortable, Hotel del Coronado.
THREE VETERANB DIE
V AT SOLDI ERa 1 HOME
By Associated Press
SOLDIERS' HOME, Aug. 9.— Three
more deaths have occurred as follows:
William Green, L, Third Pennsylvania
"cavalry, ,who was given a Catholic
burial '■' service yesterday. Royal , W.
ScovlUe, X, Third Missouri cavalry,
Colonel Glover's regiment, . who ,was
given ', the 'ritual ' servica • Qt John ■A;
Martin ft. A. R. post this morning.
Oustave A. Herman,' A, Sixth Missouri
Infantry, was given a military funeral
at 9 p. m. today, with the Union Vet
eran legion service.
Coronado rates as low m $17.(0.
SAYS MONEY OBTAINED'
Long Beach Man Hat Former Agent
of Building and Loan Com
Special to The Herald.
LONG BEACH, Aug. «.— E. H.
Moonny, charged with obtaining $20
from C. W Stewart of this city under
false pretenses, was brought here from
San Bernardino, where he was arrested,
by Marshal J. J. Conklln today. Ball
will be given before a local justice.
Stewart charges that Mooney took the
$20 by representing himself as an agent
of the Continental Building & Loan
Co. of Los Angeles.
Over $100,000 has been subscribed for
stock of the new hotel company'organ
ized here and this amount was secured
In six hours of canvassing. The direc
tors expect to get the desired amount,
$175,000, before the end of the week.
Each of the twenty-one dirctors has
pledged himself , to secure $5000.
The Christian' Woman's Board of
Missions began Its part of the Chris
tian convention program here today.
Mrs. Grant K. Lewis of this city prer
sided and a lecture on "Women's Mls-
Blonary work was delivered by Rev. H.
C. Calhoun of Kentucky.
. Assistant Postmaster Fred W. Mo-
Cullough has struck a balance of busi
ness In the office, for July and made the
following comparison: Gross, receipts
of the office for July, 1904, $1,982.06; for
July, 1906, $2,709.45; Increase;, $727.39.
Eleanor, the 4-year-old daughter of
P. E. Hatch, cashier of the National
Bank of Long Beach,' who resides' at
439 West Eighth street, , was seriously
injured last evening.' The child was
playing around her father's barn with
several companions when a sliding door
became loosened , from- Its fastenings
and fell upon Eleanor. Dr. Wood
found that her collar bone was broken
and that there were several other In
Temperature at Coronado yesterday 70.
BUSINESS MEN FORM
NEW REALTY BOARD
Group of Representative Men of
Ocean 'Park Perfect an
Special to The Herald.
OCEAN PARK, Aug. 9.— To replace
the recently organized but now defunct
United Realty association the Santa
Monica Bay realty board' was formed
last evening. Twenty-two charter mem
bers and the following staff of officers
will further the interests of the project:
President, C. H. Brown; first vice pres
ident, Ives E. Cobb, second vice presi
dent, T. A. Moody; ' secretary, J. C.
Conklln; treasurer,- J. R. Speck; finance
cdmmlttee, James r R. : H. Wagrier, C.'A;
Shlrey, Fred- E. -Stockwell; -legislative
committee, A. C Walter', W. P.' Win
ston, George R. Whitcomb. •'.' :: ' • '.'
Cars were run' today for the first time
over the Los Angeles-Pacific company's
new road, extending from the Soldiers'
home to-Westgate. -The line -will be ex
tended to Santa Monica canyon.
Seventy-five electric lights and seats
for 3000 persons' will be installed In a
monßter tent to be erected on Pier
avenue ' for the Bulgln-Gates revival
services ;to begln^ext week. "" The ar
rangements are In the hands of the
local ministry. " ! X- " r .'
"Mrs. N. W. Kelson of 27 Paloma ave
nue, while in a" Pier avenue store last
evening,' was bitten on the arm by a
black, bug of' "repulsive" appearance
which became secreted in the folds of
her dress. Soon afterward she com
plained of feeling ill, and while being
escorted home by friends was again
bitten, causing her to collapse com
pletely and necessitating the : services
of a physician. The bug was finally
killed and Mrs. Kelson revived suffi
ciently to continue her way. -...
Frank Lawton will tomorrow enter
tain a party of local business men
aboard his new forty-foot launch. . The
host has arranged for an excursion to
San Pedro and a great time is prom
ised. . .
John C. Ince, superintendent of con
struction, and Engineer Henry D. Hut
ton of the Abbot Klnney j staff wer«*
presented with gold watches by th-J
men of their respective divisions at a
reception held at the Country club last
evening. An informal program of ad
dresses and literary selections by spe
cially engaged talent was enjoyed.
Warm is it? Try Coronado.
TWO SISTERS ARE BRIDES
Brothers Take Wives From- Santa
Special to The Herald.
SANTA ANA, Aug. 9.— A double wed
ding of two brothers and two slaters
was celebrated this evening at < the
home of Mr. ' and Mrs. G. P. Hill on
North Spurgeon street. The princi
pals were Miss Emma Elizabeth Axel
son, who was marled to Edgar E. Mc-
Dowell, and Miss ' Hilda Christine
Axelson, marrying E. Raymond Mc-
Dowell.* The ceremony was performed
by Rev. J. Herndon Garnett of the
First Baptist church and was wit
nessed by many friends of the couples.
The grooms are sons of Dr. 8. Mc-
Dowell iof Elko, Nev., and the brides
are sisters of Mrs. G. P. HIU of this
city and of C. F. and G. A. Axelson
of Los Angeles.
A week at Coronado 117.50.
Venice ol America company. Direc
tors: Abbot Klnney, M. T. Klnriey,
Thornton Klnney, Frank Peltret and
John D. . Pope of Ocean Park. ' Capital
stock, $1,000,000, with 1500 subscribed.
Oak Hill Water company. Directors:
Hugh ; Glassell, Ralph Roger*, W. Q.
OUssell..CapltaV stock, 128.000, with all
subscribed ',: ;•"■•* • .
LOS ANGELES HERALD : THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST to, 1905;
THE GAME LAWS
SAN BERNARDINO SUPERVIS
ORS TAKE ACTION
NEW ORDINANCE FOR DOVES
Much Indiscriminate Bhootlng Hat
Resulted Prom Recent Decision
of Appellate Court—Forger .
Gets Eight Years
Special to The Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, Aug. 9.— The
recent decision of the appellate . court
In the county game law case has rather
upset conditions In this county with
the result that hundreds of hunters
have been killing nearly all sorts of
game recent' f. ',
But the supervisors at once got busy
and have passed a new game ordinance
ai to doves, which gives a thirty-one
day season. , A close examination of
the court decision has convinced the
local officials that the court did not
disturb the balance of the game or
dinances of this county and they will
remain in force as heretofore.
George W. Kohler of Redlands has
been engaged as game warden for the
county and a strict enforcement of the
game laws. will be sought.
A list of the county game. ordinances
Is to be made. Warrants were issued
today here on complaint of Deputy
State Game Warden Dewey for L. H.
Cooper, C. C. Bass and Ralph Van
Baridlnl, all' of Los Angeles, for killing
deer in violation of the county or
dinance. The cases are purely test
cases, as the district attorney contends
that the deer ordinance was not dis
turbed by the appellate court decision.
. The county supervisors have abol
lehed the office of county health officer
as a separate office and combined its
duties with those of the county physi
cian, Dr. J. H. Meyer flilllng the place.
The combination was made with a view
Forger Is Sentenced
W. H. Buchanan, the man who swin
dled : a Redlands bank out of $576 by
forgery of his employer's name and by
raising a pay check he had received,
was this afternoon sentenced by Judge
B. F. Bledsoe to eight years in JFol
som prison. Buchanan is believed by
the officers here to be a crook with a
history but he steadily refuses to give
any inkling as to his past life.
Prof. C. A. Rector of Muncie, Ind.,
has been secured by the local board of
education as instructor in science in
the high school for the coming year.
.He come highly . recommended and hjs
selection completes the faculty. ."■; :..■'. ■
'■ A large numbmer of the grape grow
ers of this "valley have signed up con
tracts with the California Wine asso
ciation for their crop at $11 per ton.
The contract Is considered a very ad
Administrator for Doyle Estate
George R. Jones has' been granted
letters of administration on the estate
of the late John N. Doyle who was
murdered in his cabin in Cajon Pass
last \ spring. .. '■ Jones claims to be ; a
cousin of the deceased and he had a
bitter, fight in the . courts with Public
Administrator Wood,^ who claimed that
Jones was not a relative of the , de
ceased, and, that^there, were brothers
and a sister of, the deceased living in
Tennessee. But Jones proved his case
to the satisfaction of the, court and got
the letters. There may be further liti
gation over the matter.
Howard B. Smith, who has been
cashier of the First National bank of
m V b "9 ' ' ffiU^SH^S^WPj^aM MBsT SBhH&A - ' BJB»jSJCBEBBBWI|Pafc
skill — for only by exercising intelligent discrimination and gathering the £jfti
leaf at correct intervals is uniform quality secured. The system of the g
American Cigar Company begins in the field withthe tobacco plant, and
ends only with the delivery of the sealed box of cigars to your dealer. '
v CIGAR 5c '•' ■ ' ■"
Every process in the culture and manufacture of tobacco from the farm through •;'; '
the curing and storage barns, " stemmeries " and factories to the humidors is scientifically v
perfect, and under the immediate direction of the American Cigar Company's own experts. *
The /'Recruit" cigar, represents the uniformity of quality and mellow, thoroughly
matured, scientifically-blended aroma obtained through the employment of these exdu- •
: « sive methods." "";>*•■ *' . ' ,
A "Recruits" are stationed wherever good cigars are sold yL
/r^\ TILLMANN iOk BBNDEL, Pacific Slop* Distributers, San Francisco, Cal $?;'£* ---^\ V
Colton since ISW, ha» resigned to give
attention to his personal Intercuts. He
will retain his place on the directorate
and will be elected vice president.
One of the best sales of Valencia* re
ported to date Is from lilalto where
the Citrus Union sold a carload of
"Rlalto Girl" brand getting $179* for
A week at Coronado $17.K0. .
SANTA FE TO RUN
SPECIAL TO BULL FIGHT
Railroad Anticipates Heavy Traffic to
Exhibition! at Tla Juana by
Americans may deprecate the exhibi
tions of bull fighting which cause Mexi
cans to rejoice, but they will be on
hand to witness the sport, nevertheless.
In anticipation of this fact the Santa
Fe road Is making a special rate to Tla
Juana, where August 13 and August 20
Senor Felix Robert, the great French
bull fighter, with his company of pica
drones from Spain, will enter the arena.
Not only does the Santa Fe expect to
sell a round trip ticket to Tia Juana
but In addition It Includes an admission
to the fight. .Special trains will be run
from San Diego, to Tla Juana August
11, 12, 18 and 18, 19 arid 20.'-
ESTATE IN EAST FOR
LOS ANGELES. RESIDENT
Police Seek Aaron Rowe, Whose
Brother Died Recently
• In the East ■ '-■
Chief Hammel has received a com
munication from Frank' End , of 1?lne
Plains inquiring for Aaron RoWe, for
merly of ' that place but presumably
now of. Los Angeles, stating that nn
estate , has been , left . to ) him . .by, ,'h}s
brother, 1 Oeorge Rowe. . It- !■• thought
that Rowe Is well along In years.': ';
Inquiries are being- made by the
police department about relatives of P.
A. Craig, who are supposed to be living
in this city. A letter ■. was received by
the firm of L. A. Craig & Co., grocers,
from the firm of H. M. Mans & Co: of
Prescott, Ariz., stating that Craig died
there recently and his relatives are sup
posed to be in Los Angeles.
REV. B. F. COULTER IS
Well Known Minister ■ and Business
Man Recovers From Recent
Following a restful night Rev. .B. F.
Coulter, pastor of the Broadway
Christian church and bead of the Coul
ter dry goods firm, who was taken
suddenly 111 Tuesday night while ad
dressing an audience of young men
on "Success in Business," was re
ported in a much Improved condition
The ' congestive ' chill which caused
the collapse was the result of a recent
cold- contracted by Rev. - Mr. ■ Coulter,
according to the ' statement of ' his
physician. ' His . rapid ; recovery, is I as
sured."-^ '. ' V." ■'"•': '' ' .■'■.'
Frank " Townsend of Tuma, accom
panied by his two daughters and his
son, are In Los Angeles for (a month's
Visit. , f;; rf -,. . .■:■:'.•.■/ "t" t
■ H. L. McGee, who „ three s weeks ago
resigned his 'position as 'general super
tendent of the Wabash-rallrpad, arrived
in Los Angeles -yesterday from j St.
Louis over, the Southern; •Pacific and
after a stay , of three hours continued
his < journey, to Santa Barbara. It is
extremely probable that Mr. McGee will
make his permanent residence in Los
Angeles or the near vicinity.
J. M. Wilklns, proprietor of the. Cliff
house at San Francisco, arrived in Los
Angeles yesterday and is staying at the
Lankershlm. .... .
PLANS SHORT LINE
HUNTINGTON ROAD TO TAP
BIG REAL ESTATE DEALS
Extension of Avenue 64 Branches of
Pacific Electrlo Planned by
By two extensions of the Avenue
Sixty-four line of the Pacific Electric
railway, work on which will commence
within the next ninety days. It is stated
on reliable authority that one spar will
form a connection with the Olendale
line at Troplco and that the second will
make a Junction with the California
street line of Pasadena, making a third
and most direct route from Los Angeles
to that city. >
The spur to be built to Troplco will
extend through Eagle Hock valley, open-
Ing up a large fruit and truck raising
district hitherto undeveloped. ■
This new proposition of Mr. Hunting.
ton will undoubtedly give Lob* Angeles
a new ' suburb, as the' valley, [ one of
striking beauty, has been neglected by
residence builders because of a lack of
transportation facilities. The district
is about a mile and a half north of
Highland Park and within twenty
minutes' ride of the business district of
Los Angeles. '
The new line to Pasadena will pass
through the Campbell-Johnson ranch,
a portion of which has been purchased
by H. K. Huntlngton, who now also
holds large property Interests in Eagle
Rock valley. •
Largely instrumental in the agitation
for the construction Of fin. electrio' fall
way through the valley, has beenT J.Ai
Gates,- who until recently was a 'i large
land holder there. Mr. Gates said last
night: . ■> .
"Upon the understanding that a' road
is to be built within the next few
months by Mr. Huntington, Los An
geles and Pasadena investors have pur
chased from me over $48,000 -worth of
Eagle Rock property within the last
thirty days. As to the exact line to be
followed by the new road I have noth
ing to say, as that would be a' breach
of confidence. I will say, however, that
Mr. Huntington has purchased over 600
acres of land in - the I northern part of
the Campbell- Johnson ranch^-. Of this
property 340 acres lie in the ' ranch
proper, while the remainder 'lies along
the foothills to the north." .. -'• ' : - .
,'. Through the agency of John D. John
son, D. P. and R. Richardson, together
with ,F. G. Schumacher, - have pur
chased forty-three acres at a price ag
gregating J21.000, while G. J. Kuhrts,
chief engineer of the Huntington lines,
has also acquired 160 acres of land' in
the valley. , ,
"SCOTTY'S" RIVAL TREATS
PRISONERS TO CIGARS
Appears at Police Station With ,500
. "Regards" for Inmates With^Whorn .
He Spent Few Hours Recently
Walter : Scott's rival, in the person of
Ernest ' Branscheldt,' appeared at' the'
police statloir early last night' with 'a
bundle of 500 ' cigars under his I ' arm
with a request that each prisoner in
the city jail be allowed to "have one
Branscheidt was arreßted Saturday
night for carrying concealed 'weapons
and remained in the city jail until Mon
rlfiy mornln tr, wh«n he waa fined $2S.
He asked permission to go with a po
liceman to secure sufficient funds to
pay the fine. He went to a local gar
age and demanded his automobile, In
which ha drove the officer to Frank
Bullfinch's pawn show, 111 Hewitt
street, where h« secured a loan of $25
on his machine.
He went to the police station last
night In an old wagon drawn by two
broken down horses, with a sufficient
number of cigars to give everyone "a
He said that he was just starting- to
Death Valley where he owned several
mines "which laid those of Scour's
completely In the shade," and declared
his Intention of returning to Los An*
geles In a few months with enough
money to show the people what a real
"Scotty" should be.
He admits that he is broke now, but
says that he made $760,000 in Klondike
a few years ago and spent it In such
a way that It put the man of Death
Valley fame on a back teat.
He says the automobile which he
pawned to secure his release from jail
will be used by him to go to and from
his mines and also to run the machtn*
cry at his mill.
SECURES .DIVORCE FROM ■
HER RUNAWAY HUSBAND
Mrs. J. Edgar Turner Submits Letter
From Man Who Eloped With
On an allegation of desertion ; and
misbehavior ■ Mrs. J. Edgar Turner
was granted a divorce yesterday by
Judge James in department seven of
the superior court.
j They were married three years ago
and a short time afterward Turner
Opened a photographer's studio on
South Broadway. Business at the
studio prospered, and Turner em
ployed Mrs. B. W. Barnes, the pretty
wife of B. W. Barnes of the Newberry
Grocery company, as his assistant.
Turner lis said to have become S In
fatuated with his assistant . and an
elopement resulted. The runaway
couple went to New Orleans. From
that city Turner Journeyed to "New
York alone. ....
The only word received from the
missing husband was a letter to Mrs.
Turner a short time after his depar
ture. The letter <was as follows:
,"I am writing this on the train. I
235-237-239 SOUTH BROADWAY
Until September Ist This Storm Will Closa on Saturdays at
I o'clock. Other Days at S:SO
• 7— — High Grade — - — - — -•
Corsets at Half
Or Near It
"Sapphire," "Bon Tons," "P. D's" /Jg^
'Kabo" and "Royal Worcester* '
Corsets in models only recently
• Few of a ikind— -often only one ;;^^^^^*\ >
or two of a certain model — S 9'^^^^^^\ \
don't expect much of an assort- ''^^^^^y<y
rheht'after the first hour's selling; \ v3lp%V^:
$10.00 Sapphires at $7.50 I|l<^
$ 8.00 Sapphires at $4.00 iS|HOI|k
$ 6.00 Sapphires at $3.50 /jjpjU % "f^ ,
$4.00 "P. D's" $2.00 $10.00 "Kabos" $5.00?
3.00 "P. D's" 2.00 5.00 "Kabos" 3.50
2.50 "P. D's" 1.50 3.50 "Kabos" 2.00
Vt,' 1W 1.75 "Kabos" 1.00
$1.75 Royal Worces-
ters — all sizes in $6.00 Bon Tons $2.50
white— at $1.00. 6.00 Bon Tons 3.50;;
(/Z«ar of Ground Floor Jinnex)
Regular Thursday Bargains
At Brent's Big Anti-Trust Store
In addition to all the special values advertised in Sunday news-
papers the following cut prices will be on sale Thursday. Every
item quoted below represents a value of the most extra-
ordinary kind. ■
6Vi-lnch French granite eeamlesa 42-plece handsomely decorated din-
sauce pans 10c. ner set, complete for 6 people, $3.60.
7V4-inoh French granite seamless 11.00 summer blankets, U-4 size,',
sauce pans 15c. pretty pink and blue borders. 65c.
8-lnch French granite seamless Extra heavy crocheted bedspread, ,
sauce pans 20c. ■ ■ ' - large enough tor double bed, ii&o.
250 Standard flour sieves 15c. Mrs. Potts' polished irons, ■ 3 in ' a
2 and 8-ut. heavy tin coffee pots set. with wood handle, %a. *
100. . tt.25 solid oak chair, high post ,
Handsome hand engraved 20-pleca back, well braced, cane seat. Sse.
toilet set 12.75. ?1.00 iron bed, very beat. baked on. ;
H-gallon engraved tankard 850. enamel, - brasj vases, J2.00. ■
Handsome, blown tumblers, fancy 13.00 strong- woven-wlre ~ spring, ,
deHlgns, ti&o dozen. with heavy cable and coll. spring ..-.
Fine quality atone comblnettos, support, J3.00. . :, ■• -~ ;
balled and covered. 78c. 13.00 comfortable cotton top; mat-
No. 9, large size stone chambers, truss, good ticking, double ntltched •
BSo. ' -■ • , . edged, J2.00. '
, 60-Pleoe white dinner set, complete New upright piano, 7 1-3 octaves, .
for 6 people, »3.«. walnut or mahogany case. U5O. . .
530-532-534 S. Spring
have left for -rood and will never «•#
you again. I realize now that I hare
done wrong", as Mm. Barnes Is r too
good a woman to ever love me," and be
sides atie Is already married,"
"I will- never forget the kindness of
yourself and your. mother toward me,
and I shall pay your mother what
money I secured from her as soon nn
"I have left you because I could
never love you, although I shall .al
ways respect you."
ROOTED IN THE BLOOD
Old Bores are the result of a deeply
polluted, foul blood supply. The blood
is filled with poison*, and M it finds an
outlet through the ulcer, the surround-
ing parts become diseased and the tore
eats deeper into the tissues and flesh and
becomes a permanent trouble.
Some years »ro while at work, Z fell
ovar a truck and lererely injured, both
of my shins. My blood beoame poisoned, '
as a result, and the doctor told me I
would have running sores for life, and
that if they were closed up the result
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