Newspaper Page Text
AROUND THE TOWN
f h« ReraM will par 111) in cash' fo anr
m« furnlshls* «l<J«nes that will Isad n
th« arrest and conviction of any parroa
caught stealing eoplu of Th« Herald from
ths prambMS ef our patrons. ■
Strangers «f» Invited to visit th« mhlblt
•I California produeti at th» Chamber ef
C«mm*re« bulfdlnf. en Br«s<l*s.r. b«tw*««
rir»t and B«cnn<l •«•»«■«, wh«r« fr»« Infor.
mttlon -will b* flr«n an all «übj«cu p«f
tilnlnr to this sutlcn. ' '•* ,' '
LIVE CITY AGENTS
WHO SELL THE HERALD
IN LOS ANGELES
tIOTTCti VAN NVY9 nitOADWAT nrnm
- Mkikl, 41 n gonth Broadway* cltjr>
HOTIOI. N A TICK news mtnnA, UOWeat
' Flrat afreet, rltr.
HOTlfll, iioi.l.NNnrcciC lem ataad,
... Drrnid and Spring streets, rl«y.
n. V". <* A II UN Kit, non Booth Spring
HoTiti, ANtmi.V* «™« niniia, corner
Ponrth nnrt "prliis; Mreets, cliy.
llOTint. WHSTMINITEa n«n «tand,
corner Fnnrth nnii JHnln »lrr«-<», rltr.
HOTIfll. IIOSSI.YN.I 4.1T Sonth Mnln
■tract, city. /
It. A. 110 1 IN, BIS South Rprlnar street,
iMOFrx^OOMßinf** tjfum, oorn«» Bevanth
'"ttAMOIVA OI Bt7oS COMPAIfT, 807 West
Firth uttrrt, city. _ .
11. W. COLLINS, 683 Booth Mala street,
J. UAWAK, n»«el L«nker»hlm news
•««iid. comer Seventh and Broadway
' KBwTinnA BOOK COMPANY, 051 Booth
110I I :MES T "B'6o ll K r COMPANY. 441 Booth
Mnln alrfrt. rliy. .
' lIOTldl, NAUMA V ,4iew« atand, comer
Flrat and Spring ntrrrt*. city . .
OMVim A HAINBB, 108 South Spring
■trret, city, -ill -.„
HOTKI. VAN NUYB news atand. Fourth
and Main mttretm, city.
to. B. MOOntQ, 1023 Pnsndena ay*.
H. NIOI.INO, corner Seventh and 11111
. . rHEKMAIf MBCOMnB COMPANY, Slx
,. teeath and Main atreet*, city.
HR. HARMON, 104 . North Daly street,
M HR. OANSBRT, corner Seventh and
Al-varndo iitreets, city.
MRS. ICOUDIOI.I,, 18«8 Bnat First street,
BANKS A GRBBIN, 1000 South'. Main
lloi/M l l*s""lioOK COMPANY, SST Bouth
Main Htreet. city. " x •
i;Vt. A. RENN, «1« Bnst Fl«h atreet, city.
N. • I.OKNNECKEH, *$1 Kaat Fifth
•• street. ■ city.
O. WETIIKniIX, 944S South Main
" - street, city.
B. AMOS, M-t'Wcht Seventh iitrcet. city.
B. JOPB, 52» West Seventh street, city.
O. SAKELARBS, SIB North Main atreet,
t" JACOB MORTBNSBIV, 813 X«. Mala St.
HFIVRV PORATH, 62S Centrni Aye.
; A. 8. .RALPH*. 11T Commerrlnl St.
m xv. l. siinniariY. i«i No. Main st.
S MAX ROTH CIGAR CO., 100 South Main
SW atreet, rlty. • ' ,'
' % J. B. AM.ra. IMfl Bunt Flrnt street.
, ■ l,Al>n A STOnV. 21.1S Bnat Klrat street.
" C. TATE; 2SOO Fnst Fourth street.
'JII.PHKI.PS. ITW Bant Seventh street.
_; J. DII,F.RIVIA,JSn4 Enst Ninth utreet.
A. MRTZnRA; 810 Knut Ninth utreet.
MR. CITTBUSII. corner Eimt First and
'i.P.'DfRHMLQW, 2r.n» Went Pico atreet.
' NOR FOLK STOVE CO., 2003 Weat Pico
, E." nTfriuRLINGAMB. 281R Weat Pico
A.*BI'.M«TEAD, 2020 South Main iitreet.
H. STRirK»,IIV. ?ons Rantn Fe avenue.
p. C. AUtrc. r.24 Bast Fl«h streot.
, A. M. DUFF, Twenty-first atreet nnd
-' ■ -Mnple nvenne.
Wa, K. miKE. 202« Centrnl avenue.^
DAVIS A SATCHEL!* 105 Nfcrth Boyle
T. J.'hoIJSB. 2001 En»t Main «trcet.
'/ J. VAI.DEZ. 1820 East Mnln street. '
Dr. Myer Returns
■ Rev. Dr.' Isadore Myer of the Congre
gation 1 Beth Israel returned Tuesday
■.evening from a vacation of ten days in
HTjrSan Francisco, >7Vt
,'■',.'■' ilrs! C.'M. Johnson, who was arrested
in the Aberdeen hotel on the charge of
stealing a pair of glasses from the room
:, of Mrs. L. Drake, was fined $10 by Police
Y'i, Judge Rose yesterday afternoon.
Thieves. Steal Clothing
•'; Thieve? entered the room of Nick
, Orfln, 316% South Spring • street, Tuea
day and stole, a considerable amount of
clothing. ,When the Intruders left they
locked the door, carefully concealing
Mass for ijlshop Mora . . ,
j Solemn requiem ,mass will be cele :
.;' bra ted this morning at 9:30 o'clock at
the Plaza church for the repose of tho
soul of the late Bishop Francis Mora.
Bishop Mora was at one time pastor of
the Plaza church. Rev. J. Caballeria
-''•wlif beg celebrant.
Two Petitions In Bankruptcy '
,j, j "Two^petitions in bankruptcy wers
filed in the United States district court
yesterday; > A petition was 'entered by
'Vc. ! F.- I ciurnee.'-;The iiablllties are 9449.60
but there are no assets. Deguchio Broa.
•"also' filed a petition, the ljgbillties being
$4229.8Qjand the assets J2612. / . ■ .
• .» Dr. Molyor.Tyndall Lecture . ., .,
" Dr. Alexander J. Mclvor-Tyndall will
lecture* at 1 Blanchard hall Sunday even
ting' on 1 "The Mastery of Fate." dealing
.with the problem of Inherited tenden
cies and how to master circumstances,
environment' and what Is known aa
"fate." Mußjlo and psychio phenomena
./■will bo features of the lecture.
Bishop <6onaty'a Portrait
' The llfe-slsed portrait of Rt. Key.
Bishop (jonaty,; being displayed in the
windows of the Mackle-Fredericks com
pany,"'is' attraotlng attention for Its
merit as an 011 painting;. Miss Lee Mar
shall Brown, the artist who executed
the work, came here recently from the
"art Institutes of New York and Parla,
*$ and will make her home here. This
t^portrait la conaidered superior to any
other of B^ahopConaty.;.,
HUMBLE OIL FIELD
HAB DISASTROUS FIRE
By Associated Press.
HOUSTON, Tex., Aug. 9,—The flre In
the Humble oil field burned Itself out
during the night The loaa la (760,000.
Chamberlain* folio, • Cholera and
. Diarrhoea "Remedy
Thla ia unquestionably tha most buc
ceasful medicine In use for bowel com
plalntß'and tt Is now the recognized
standard over a large part Of tha civ.
HUed I world. A few dopes of It ' will
invariably cure an ordinary attack of
diarrhoea. It hm been used In nine
epidemic* of dysentery with perfect
success. It can always bo depended
upon, even in the more severe uttacks
of cramp coilo and cbolera morbua. It
is equally successful for summer di
arrhoea and cholera infantum In chil
dren, and la the means of saving 1 the
lives of many children each year. When
reduced with; water .and sweetened it
U pleasant to take, which is important
wheii ui<sdU-ln« la to be given to small
children, ttvery nuui of family shuulil
Kfep'tliU rumeay In h!n honm.. Jluy it
noVi It may a*V« life. ■ For sale by aji
leading druggists. .. ,
Keep your eye on Santa Monica.
SPEED MAD SCOTT
SEEKS NEW RECORD
MILE A MINUTE TO NEW YORK
BARGAINS WITH SANTA FE
Death Valley Miner Has Completed
Arrangement* With Pennsyl
vania System and Says
:;-' ; He Will Make Trip
Across the continent from Los Ange
lea to New York City, a distance of
82.1!) miles to be traveled jln as many
minutes, this the latest proposition of
speed-mad Walter Scott, took form
yesterday In an hour's conference be
tween the Croesus of Death Valley and
J J. Byrne, general passenger agent
of the Santa Fe railroad.
Should the arrangements be made,
"Scottlo'B" special train, consisting of
an engine, a baggage car loaded with
aand and two Pulman sleepers weighted
with fifteen tons of lead will leave
Los Angeles Sunday morning, October
18, at 10 o'clock.
The distance by the Santa Fe be
tween Los Angeles and Chicago is
2265 miles. Mr. Byrne asks "Scottie"
$6000 for the train, an advance of $500
over that paid for the first special and
will make no guarantee that his road
will make the speed asked for by Scott.
In truth he believes such to be impos
Pennsylvania Makes Offer
The Pennsylvania road has refused
to put on a special train as have also
all the other roads between Chicago
and New York but has agreed to this
plan: Officials of the road are will
ing to run their eighteen hour limited
on an open schedule to please Scott's
fancy and for the sum of $1500, with
an additional $500 for every hour that
is cut off from the regular time.
Mr. Byrne refused to give . Scott a
definite answer yesterday, saying that
the question would have to be taken
up with the president of the
road, K. P. Ripley. As the Santa Fe
will be under no contract to make the
mile a minute speed which "Scottie"
demands, it is probable that the road
will be willing to take the chances of
the train going into the ditch for $6000
and an inestimable amount of advertis
ing. In addition it Is the desire of the
Santa Fe officials to gain the contract
for carrying the United States mall,
now held by the Rock Island and the
Southern Pacific. . Another fast run
like that. of the first special would de
mand for them a hearing.
To Run His Own Train
Should : the contract go' through,
Scott will run his own train as far as
La Junta with twenty-three engines
at his disposal. After, that the Santa
Fe will again take charge of Its equip
■ "My only 'motive," said Scottie last
night, "is to make a speed of a mile a
minute across the continent. I am
spending my own money. I estimate
this will cost me . over $10,000. ' That's
all right, the money belongs to me. I
say, and it is no one's business how I
get rid of it. I shall be able to do
what I claim is posible, Ideas of rail
way officials to the contrary, and I am
willing to bet any amount of money
on the proposition."
"Scottie" will take his life In his
hands, as the railroads will disclaim
any responsibility in case of an ac
"SCOTTIE", SHOWS NEW TRAIT
Apologizes for Accusing Walter Un-
justly in Bristol Cafe
At the Bristol cafe Tuesday night
Walter Scott' exhibited a new trait of
character. In company with a woman
he entered the cafe and ordered a bot
tle of wine, at the same time placing
a $10 bill on the table. A moment
later when he looked around the money
had disappeared. Scott accused the
waiter of - having taken the money.
This statement was borne out by | his
companion, but met with a denial by
the accused. ■ A bank cashier, who
was listening to the dispute said that
Scott had replaced ' the money in his
pocket. "I had just $410 when I came
in here," said Scott as he pulled out
a roll of bills and began to' count.
There was but $400. The Croesus paid
for the, wine saying he believed the
waiter had pocketed the green back.
| When he and his companion reached
the street, the woman drew forth j the
$10 from her right sleeve^ with the re
mark; "Here is your tenner."
Scott immediately returned to the
cafe and walking up to the waiter
whom he had / accused, made an
apology accompanying it with a ?5 tip.
| "I'm willing to bawl out • the whole
thing right here in public/ 1 he said
a« he dropped the gold piece into the
waiter's itching palm, but the latter's
anger was already mollified. . ; ' ■
Scott will leave Los Angeles today
for Barstow, thence going to Death
Valley with the expectation of return
ing to doa Angeles October 2.
BREAK GROUND FOR NEW
- METHODIST TABERNACLE
Formal Ceremonies Beginning Con.
atructlon to Be Held at Huntlngton
Ground will be formally broken for
the tabernacle on the Methodist camp
meeting grounds at Huntlngton Beach
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
: - The following program • will be;ren
dered : ' Original hymn, 'composed by
Rev. p, . g. ( Cory -of Vincent church ;
prayer, Rev. T. C. Miller of Santa Ana;
scripture reading,' Rev, Isaao Jewell of
LOS ANGELE9 HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST to, igog.
Covlna; addrean, Dr. 3. 1a Pltner, pre
siding elder of the San "Dle-rCO district;
addretfl, Dr. Wilson, president of the
Huntlngton Beach board of trade; ad*
dreta, Dr. S. A, Thomson, presiding
elder Pa«adena district, "Glimpses
of thft Future;" address, Rev.
O. B. Foster, pastor of the New
man church, "Construction;" addresa,
Dr. W. A. Adklnson, presiding elder of
the Los Angeles district, "The Utility
of the Camp Meeting;" address, Rev.
B. A. Healy of the University church,
"The Conference and the Camp Meet-
Ing;" addresx, Rev. J. C. Elliott of
North Pasadena, "Th« Need of a Per
manent nesortj" music, ■ Foster brass
quartet, Mrs. O. E. Foster, mellow
phone, soprano; Master Emory A.
Foster,' alto cornet; Miss Hut (In K.
Foster, tenor cornet; Hey. O, B. Foster,
French ballard,' basa horn.
THREE IMPORTANT SALES
OF BUSINESS PROPERTY
SPRING STREET FRONTAGE GOEB
AT $3500 A FOOT
Bought by Isaacs Broa/— Large Dual,
ness Block to Be Erected at Hill
and Seventh Streets by Thum
Bros, at an Early Date
Several notable real estate deals were
closed yesterday, indicating renewed
activity In central business property.
Tuesday Abbot Klnney sold to R. A.
Rowan & Co. a business lot 40x120 feet,
on the west side of Spring street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, im
proved with a three-story brick build-
Ing, for $180,000. Yesterday Rowan &
Co. sold the same property to Isaacs
Bros, for $140,000. This is at the rate of
$3500 a front foot, j
Isaacs Bros, have purchased from
Thum Bros., the millionaire fly paper
men, through R. A. Rowan & Co. and
M. B. Merwln, a lot on the northeast
corner of Hill and Seventh streets,
eighty-five feet on Seventh street an J
eighty-eight feet on Hill street, im
proved with a two-story frame. Con
sideration, $156,000 cash.
Another Important deal which means
the early erection of a large business
block was the purchase by Thum Bros,
from E. S. Rowley of the lot on the
southwest corner of Hill and Seventh
streets, fifty feet on Seventh street and
135 feet on Hill street. to an alley, im
proved with a frame apartment house.
Consideration, $135,000. Thum Bros,
own the fifty feet on Seventh street ad
joining the lot purchased, and it is the
purpose of the firm to erect a sky
scraper in the near future. The deal
was closed by R. A. Rowan & Co. and
M. B. Merwln.
FORMER OFFICER IN
TROUBLE WITH ENEMY
Charles Schroeder Is Arrested Again
for Attempting to Assault A.
Charles Schroeder, former deputy
sheriff, who was arrested several days
ago on a charge of assault with a
deadly weapon and later released on
ball, was again arrested yesterday af
ternoon on a similar charge.
Schroeder, as soon as he was released,
bought a new revolver and when near
his home on West Pico street, shot at
several boys who were playing in a
After causing the youngsters to flee
for their lives, Schroeder went to Al
fred Chamberlain's brickyard and asked
for Chamberlain, with whom he has
been on unfriendly terms for some
time. As Schroeder's first arrest was
for attempting- to' shoot Chamberlain,
several of the employes called in the
officers to prevent trouble. '
Schroeder's friends say his actions
have been peculiar for several months
and a warrant . charging insanity may
be applied for. . .
3 The Cubanola is absolutely even in 1\ \ C .*^| ■ H
It quality because the tobacco for the filler I \ > I B
(] is specially grown for it in Cuba, and t \\ h M
[j cured, graded and blended in heretofore i ■ o\ El
I] It's five cents better than its price i^^^lf^S^^
[i because that genuine Havana filler is tSESr -1
m rolled in a high-quality, even-bodied S
ri Sumatra wrapper I '-and made into Cubanola cigars in lots ■ t
[| of 500,000 instead of a few thousand at a time. fj
•—And back or it all the American Cigar Company's v M
admirable system of manufacturing cigars and delivering I
them to the smoker faultless in make-up and nothing less I
than faultless in condition* I!
D«Uv«rcd tp'the dealer In perfect condition! direst from the FJ
buraldwrt,-* every box separately caned Iq a dust-tUEbt, » II
vvcsthcf'Df t>of. paraffine wfappcft i-i
B y/'n, QEO. W. WALKER^ Los Angelea, CaL £ f -~W |j
OFFICIAL ASKED TO FIND
"NICE LOOKING OLD MAN"
MISSOURI WIFE WANTS NEWB OF
Public Administrator McGarvin Is
Appealed to by Woman to Aid In
Search for Handsome Helpmate
About 78 Years Old
"Han nny one seen a nice looking,
clean shaven, married man, 78 years ot
age, 6 feet 4 Inches in height and 120
pounds of weight?" Is the question Pub
lic Administrator McOarvln is asking
his friends Ihete days, and numerous
old gentlemen of Los Angeles are being
puzzled by questions of strangers who
mistake them for the old man sought
by the administrator.
All the trouble started several dnv*
ago, when the administrator received a
peculiar letter from a woman living at
Carl Junction, Mo. The letter was ni
follows: , ,
"Dear Administrator— l am an old
woman, 64 years of age, and am nnilct»vl
with nervous prostration."
When McQarvln read the. first pecu
liar sentence he called In his deputy,
J. J. Petermlchael, and the two care
fully reread the first sentence that they
might determine whether the woman
was trying to propose marriage or sim
ply thought the administrator was a
new form of "John D.," with plenty of
money to distribute among old people.
McGarvin finally continued the letter:
"I have been married Iwerity years,"
was the next statement and McGarvln
breathed easier. "But my husband has
left me, and I think he is in Southern
California. His name is E. H. Brlttaln
and I think he has quite a little sum of
money saved up and I want some of U.
"He has never given me anything !n
my life and If he is dead I would like
to have a little piece of the receipts.
A few hundred would do."
McQarvln has given the epistle the
attention of a philosopher and has
studied the question of the missing hus
band's location, as learned men have
nosed for the missing link, but to no
Some of the men selected by McGar
vin as the old gentleman in question
have filled the description to the last
dot and have turned up without the
clean shave. Others have had the shave
without the height, until McGarvln has
at last decided to offer a modest pre
mium for the man who is lucky enough
to find the missing husband.
ACQUITS YOUNG WOMAN
CHARGED WITH THEFT
"That Goldsboro girl was Just Jealouß
over my husband," said Mrs. Agnes
Sammls Bla'lr-Mathewson when dis-
charged by Judge Chambers yesterday
after trial on a charge "of "stealing a
bracelet. "Probably we will have her
arrested now," she continued, "on the
charge of false imprisonment. I knew
when I was arrested last Wednesday
on the charge of stealing her bracelet
that the case would go our way, for I
did not steal Miss Goldsboro's property.
I was disappointed until Mr. Mathew
son balled me out, for f.ear that we
could not be married. But I guess
everything Is all right now."
No proof could be presented that Mrs.
Mathewson stole the bracelet and the
court discharged her.
LOOKS AT APARTMENTBJ
STEALS WOMAN'S PURSE
Mrs. J. S. -Woodward of 847 South
Hill street reported to the police yester
day that an unidentified woman entered
her house Tuesday to look at rooms,
and while she was showing ' different
apartments the woman stole a purse
' _ ■ i ■■■.■■ ' t _ < ;
MM €Ekw °1 1 '
-jto At Bargain Prices
jfSr-Si? We want to tell you, in all earnestness, that if you're likely to
need anything in the line of Black Silks ; any time soon—
"Don't Miss This Opportunity 1" Present prices, quality con-
sidered, are lower than they will be again before this time
fcr 1 ! y )V Following are a few hints of how the values run:
tf ffi *Cn| % 87 inch French Taffeta, fine luater-beau- 86 inch Peau de Sole, heary and fine
c\Sr /rv>>. jk .... „ , , .. , —rich tone; finished the game on
W \\9^fl^ m*Tth«tttoat|lB7%ayd th •« ldea : ' e^ lar »« B « U » U R-
%*/Jlr// f ft v\ 27 lncll Cnlffon Taffeta - deep Other strong numbera In Peau dej
//llfAv f l & \ VV raven black; regular $1.26 qual- Bole— l9 inch, 85e ; Qaullty.v at*
ffsl C. V\t V Ity; in the Bale at 82V4c a yard. *W> 21 lnch ' -J l - 00 '*>**&■ at
/ m \ /' I £•■ « L*' 85c a yard.
/// / f^^S^S^t 21 lnCh blaCk Tafteta ~ 75c 19 inch Poau de Cygno, uaually
ll V7 ■ I *%gftfF r °*' quality at 62i^c nnd tho 85c gßc, at 07^c a yard; 20 Inch Meaaa-
ij^JgfejL Jt-£/^ quality at 67V6c a yard. line, usually 11.25. at 87%c.
$4 Jap Lined Waists oi\ New Fall Dress Goods
Sale Today at $2.50 Arriving Almost, Daily
Whild or black— pleated back and front, stock collar, Early fall favorites— fabrics \ that meet the popular ;
tailored cuffs— quality regularly .sold at . $4.00— t0- demand of New York's smart Bet— are, now ,;oo>-U»l ,
day's price $2.50, and a finer quality, in white only, play here; the new grays particularly, In soft shades,,;
worth $4.50, at $3.25. 48 to 60 inches wide, $1.00 and up.
Summer Vests Silk Mixed
n p j., rp j Ponlins
Fine lisle vests— low neck and' sleeveless— crochet Half -wool and half silk— in a wide range of new fall; ;
finish; white, light blue and pink; regularly $1.00; colorings; a fabric .that la proving very popularjfor i
on sale at 75c today. Others/In white only.at $1.00, dressy gowns, and then, too, there are lota of new
$1.25 and $I.so— reduced from higher price's. colorings among the mohairs— sl.oo up.
TEAROOM * ./£ -, ':■"*:'■• - //^>^- t *;
Tempting luncheon (special bill) .V^^^^^^^g^^^^y^^^^^-—^ ;
served from 11:30 to 2:80. Dainty r v*»*^»' >^^/^^>' ''''^^^■■■'
dishes, such as tea and wafers, etc., VsV.:;' '■, C^-_ '
up to 6:30. Faultless service; mod- 225-227-229 South Broadway/-
erate prices. ' . 224-226-225 South Hffl Street
; :: — "■ ■ — : — .. . . ' .... -■. .■■ ■ ■ ■■■__i^___i_i_i;i^i^_^^__i^__ j^ ;.
' ' • ■'• ''"'''■ ■ ' ' ' : ■" ; "' " •'"'"'' ■■ ' ' ; '•••-'•' •"' ''■ '" "''''"'
.__ — _ — — Todciy Bt>t ~ — ~— *
Corner Third and Spring Streets
Positively Nothing Reseroed. The Results of Our
Eastern Purchasing Trip
If you s.r*» hard up. or for any other
reason you muit economise, we cao mak»
you a CUBA* PLATE as low as
mo CO On Red Rubbcr>
' We r«f»r you lo the Merchants 1 National
Hunk a. to ojr relUblllrr or responsibility.
We hav» be«n her* U years and hav« toe
largest dental praotlce on the coatt.
No Boys or Students
Tt experiment on .you. Don't be deoelved
by persons oiterlng a ten years «uarante*.
Ask ; younelf where they are liable to be
Mr ten years, or only even la one or two
Schiftman Dental Co.
107 K. Spring, Over Uale's
Visa opsn evening! and Sunday torenooai
Si-e specimens of our up-to-date work st
FUty-fUth street. Qardena ear. Only
-»400 for elegant lota. 40x135; cement
walk* five leet wide, curbs, streets
graded, oiled. Agent oa tract. No auch
T. WIKt.KNUANmiU.aa-L I.au»hlln Ulds.
■ uuiuulawe servl**, we have twured ' tht
uuiei coavealeat a«4 «u-to-dat« v«hlule
u .»nut«ctur«d. Personal alteatlon. Pronipl
«.»Vuu»» to calls-day or ul«t»L 'rbOM U.
ouit * uu(k» courxux. 1
Hoegee's Handsome Hammocks
Others In Proportion |
The Wm. H. liocgee Company (Inc.)
Ex's 87 " 138-142 South Main Street
California Medical and Surgical Association
Rooms 414420 Mason Building
Fourth and Broadway
Home Fhono t-.o Ano»lp.u Pa lifnrnin Sunset Plume
7763 Angeieb, uautorrua Main 4070
Thta Association consUts of SEVERAL SPECIALISTS •> who '■ for ' many ; vear»
lmv« devoted th«lr best eneririea to CUHTAIN FIKLD3 of ■ STUDY.- Aidod JSL-'f--
wld» cxperlenc*. they wIU giv« you th« most skilled «n«dloal hyln avallabl*. Jfhitf
dlasnosia U absolute; their cuie» are permanent. The OFFICES of th« Califor-
nia Medical and Surgical Association are equipped with the moat modern "clan-
lino apparatuses Invented (or the relief of suffering humanity. ■ Tha ■ 01'JfiHA.TINO
HOOM Is unexcelled. The LAUOUATOKY of the Aiwoclatlon prepaxea all m»dl-
clno prescribed In the most vonsclentloua manner. ; Tlie alegant office* ar» op*n to ,
LADIKB AND UKN'ttIiMKN. There are special departmenta for PlMaae* «»
Men. Female TroiibU'n, Chronic diseases of both s«x<w. etc. ''i"^^^^
PKHSONAU VISITS me always piefened. but If you cannot call at* tb« otfleM
of the Association write for Symptom Wank* and you may be cured b» COn«
UKSPONDKNCK. Medicine sent to all towns of Southern Callfajiila and Hfi«tvt
boiluir t>tnt«s ■. -. ■ -
' . FUES r-Mtaonable and within the r«aoh ot aIL ,
Hours: 9to 12; 1-4; 7-8 Evcnini»