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title: 'Los Angeles herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, August 11, 1905, Page 14, Image 14',
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GROCERS SPEND A HAPPY
DAY AT PICNIC ON BEACH
SCENES AT GROCERS' PICNIC— DINNER TIME AND FORTUNE TELLING ON THE SAND
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LAY CARE ASIDE
FOUR TRAINS REQUIRED BY
::"y: :"y ' EXCURSIONISTS
STORES IN CITY ARE CLOSED
Three Thousand Persons Attend Out.
Ing at Terminal Island and Enjoy
' ■ Elaborate Program of Sport.
: ' ■: Ing 'Events
Retail grocers of . Los • Angeles and
their families, numbering: 3000 " persons,
spent yesterday at Terminal Island on
the' occasion of the fourth annual out
ins of the Southern California Retail
Grocers' . association, t ' ' ' '.' •
,The party, .which -was one of ■ the
largest to attend 1 an ■ excursion from
Los Angeles in several years, went to
the . scene . of ' festivities ■ via the Salt
Lake road, four trains. being required
to accommodate the excursionists. An
elaborate program of sports and amuse
ments was furnished for their enter
tainment and $700 was awarded in
prizes to winners of the numerous
A game of baseball was one of the
features of the program and proved to
be one of the most exciting events of
the day. The Pirates, true to their
title, won with ease from the Innocent
Victims, the score standing 15 to 7
when the ' participants became ex
hausted and 'mutually agreed upon a
suspension of hostilities. Umpires Wil
son and Stevens attempted to settle dis
putes and keep the score, escaping with
their lives afterward.
Program of Events
The grocers , wives' race was won by
Mrs. J. W.. Hergerer, Mrs. AY. Wood
bridge receiving second prize.
.Girls-r ace was won by Miss Edna
Angel, with Miss Stella Gonzales
second. . : . , , .
Married women's throwing contest
was won by Mrs. C. E. Chase, with Mrs.
A. S. Anderson second.
Commercial travelers' race was won
by C. B. Chase, with L. C. Turner
second. . . £;••'»''••
. Married women's race was won by
Mrs. G. F. Colton, with Mrs. Graca
Grocers' broad Jump was won by
John Dalton, with W. I* Hepner sec
Fat men's race, with bathing suit a«
prize, was won by M. A. Dutton.
Fat men's race was won by F.
Thompson, with J. Williams second.
Grocers' race wag won by E. p.
Flower, with B. Steer second.
jj Swimming race was won by • Archie
SB. Brahm. with Arthur Weldon second.
Tug of war between wholesalers and
retailers was won by the latter.
Women's long distance throwing con
test was won by Mrs. J. Clark.
Boys' race was won by Carl Myer,
with F. Falsman second.
Grocers selling most tickets, ■ J. J.
Forbes; J. A. Fessenda, second; E. P.'
Potter, third; L. Humphrey, fourth;!.
Flnkensteln, fifth. 7
Back race was won by John Andrews,
with A. M. Melzer second.
Women's potato race was. won by
Mrs. Emerson, with' Mrs. J. Messelln
second. " ' . ' .' .■'.'.- '.-
Grocers' sack race was .won , by J. W.
Reed, with' E. Mendell second.''. V
i Grocery clerks' race was won by G.
McDonald, with J. Finkenstein second.
| During : the . refreshments were
served to the large throngs and dancing
at the pavilion concluded the program.
; C. Mattaz, president of the;associa
tion, with .J. ,F. Pauldlng, secretary;
J. R. Newberry and ,W. . H. Poston of
Pomona will, attend the . state ■ conven
tion at Stockton, to convene August 21
and 22. ■• .■' - :
FIGHTS DOG CATCHER TO
SAVE HIS WIFE'S PET
Liveryman on South Flgueroa Street
Routs Suppressor of
' " Canines ■■ ' '••
John W. Shirey of the Tunnel stables
on South Flgueroa street Is the latest
to follow ' Henry Stockbridge ; of -the
Burbank theater Into the arena against
the dog ' catcher. Yesterday afternoon
the suppressor of canines attempted, so
Shirey says, to gather In a licensed dog
belonging to Mrs. Shirey. •..•
Mr. Shirey, assisted by two stable
boys, not only rescued their pet, but
also vented their wrath upon the pros
trate forms of the three dog catchers.-
Good health - depends .on pure food,
Burnett's Vanilla is pure, - .
Keep your, eye on Santa Monica
I We Save You Money , We Sell the Best
We H ave . No Ji gents
Rotary Sewing Machine
Tension Automatically Adjmted — B«ll-bt«rinj — Qul»t—F«tt— SlmpU.
Finest tAtt«chment»— Guaranteed S«ti«f«otton— All kinds of Fancy Work
Taught Fret. Sold on Easy Payments.
Old Taken as Part Payment— B«wlng tTWachinei Rented and
Repaired— Supplies for All cVVl.kei.
Optn Thursday and Saturday Evningt
Fiske & Company
Telephone Home 8230 .. 327 . W. Fourth Street
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNIKG, AUGUST »*, 1905.
FOLLOWS SANITY TRIAL
W. D. Montgomery Asks Courts to
Straighten His Tangled Affairs.
; William D. Montgomery, former pro
prietor of the Lincoln hotel, who three
weeks. . ago, j .under peculiar circum
stances, was sent to the Insane ward at
the county hospital on a charge of in
sanity, preferred by. his foster daughter,
was released . "Wednesday and yesterday
filed a, petition in bankruptcy in the
United States district* court." His lia
bilities are placed at $2316.28 ! and his
assets at $2214.15. ■•' • •■ : -
i Following 1 Montgomery's. first appear
ance before '■ . the Insane commission,
which continued his trial for two weeks,
sensational assertions regarding the
conditions' under • which his hotel was
sold .and' the causes which led to his
confinement, in a cell of - the insane
ward, at the. county hospital, became
public. . . ' . : . ■ ' ..
I Ostensibly. ■ the v bill, of sale showed
that the Lincoln hotel had been sold to
Mrs. Belle McWilliams for $6900. ' Later,
Dr. Vaughn, who had arrange/! the sale,
acting -for ' Montgomery J under power of
attorney,'- explained that r the sale was
for $6900 and a rooming house valued at
$1100, ; which was. not inbluded in the
bill of sale but which had been turned
over to ■ his (Vaughn's) | daughter on a
claim' of indebtedness.
i The wholesalers' board of trade, which
is Montgomery's principal creditor,
learned .the . , facts and Montgomery's
petition of bankruptcy is expected to
bring out the inside history of the
affair. . ,
After Montgomery had been in the
hospital for twenty-four hours physi
cians there gave it as their opinion that
he was perfectly sane, but his release
was not ' possible until his hearing be
fore the' commission yesterday.
Keep your eye on Santa Monica.
A WOMAfTC ORDEAL
DREADS DOCTOR'S QUESTIONS
Tbouaand* Writ* to MraTlnkhara, Lynn,
M«m, and Rec«lv« v»iu«M« Advlc*
Ab«olut«ly Confidential and Free
There can be no more terrible ordeal
to a delicate, sensitive, refined woman
than to be obliged to answer certain
questions in regard to her prirate ills,
even when those questions are asked
by her family physician, and many
continue to suffer rather than submit
to examinations which so many physl-
clans propose in order to intelligently
treat the disea«e ; and this is the rea-
son why so many physicians fail to
cure female disease.
This is also the reason why thousands
npon thousands of women are corre-
sponding with Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn,
Mass. To her they can confide every
detail of their illness, and from
her great knowledge, obtained from
pears of experience in treating female
Ills, Mrs. Pinkham can advfce women
more wisely than the local physician.
Read how Mrs. Pinkham helped Mra.
T. C. Willadscn, of Manning, la. She
Dear Mrs. Pinkbam:— •" •, • •'
'.' I can truly say that you have saved my
lifo. and I cannot express my gratitude in
words. Beforo I wrote to you telling you
how I felt, I had doctored for over two years
ifeady, and spent lots of money in medicine*
ix'-id»>3, but it nil failed to do mo any good. 1
bad femnlo trouble and would daily have faint
\n% spoils, backache, bearing-down pains, and
my monthly periods were very irregular and
Inally ceased. I wrote to you for your ad-
rice and received a lotter full of instructions
lust whnt to do, and also commenred to take
Lydia E. Pinktaam's Vegetable Compound,
iivi I have been restored to perfect health.
Had it not boon for you I would have been it
my ftrave to-day "
""Mountains of proof establish the fact
that no mcaicino in the world equals
Lydia E. Pinkham"s Vegetable' Com-
pound for restoring women's health.
Y^S££3sf?Ks What hotter proof
V >«i*3s!i&™ nr mcirp sincere
V^^HSaM? assurance can i 1
J\ [ A^v offer than that I
*A. I A* am willing < to
DR. O. C. JOSLEN wa it for my fee
Leading Specialist until I effect a
"■ """""^ ' ~~ "~™~~ cure? Could I af-
ford to make such an offer If I war.
not absolutely certain of curing every
case I take? And I do cure every case
I treat. In my seventeen years' prac-
tice ns a specialist for men , I have
never failed to restore perfect health.
Such Invariable success Justly, en-
titles me to the title of the leadlnj
specialist. ■ . . ■■.
My method of curing Stricture is
new nnd -entirely original. No
cutting or dilating. The stricture
Is dissolved and completely re-
moved, and. all affected mem-
branes thoroughly cleansed." ' •
Cunlmi'tril IHnonlrrn, Pile*, I.ont ,
Sfrenßth. -. Hydroeele, Organic
WraknrM,.. etf., nre olno nn>"iiK
the diNPnnes I cure »o utoy cured.
"LIVE AI.l. YOUR TEARS A MAN."
My InMtructlve nnd vnluulilr pamph-
let free In periion or by mall. -
DR. 6. C. JOSLEN
Ilainona Block.' 30.-% SprloK St.
A Hoegee Biße
Rides AU Right
The Wtn. H. Hoegee Co. (Inc.)
138-141 So. Main St.-Es'a 87
GOTO - ,
C. FA. LAST
Pure V/ines; Whiskies
and Liquors for Use
During your summer outing
. and you will never purchase
anywhere else. -\ X r I
The price is regulated by
the age and quality; satisfac-
tion in both guaranteed.
oMail orders given prompt
and careful attention.
Both Phones Main 38
r 129 • 131 North Main Street
LOS ANGELES, CAL
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Bargain-Friday No. 296
Annual August* Clearance Sale Continued
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Solid OaK Chiffoniers Cl 1 QA
Easily Worth $20.09.... „ *P * . \ ' :
Solid oak chiffonier*, made from well Masoned nuHrter-suwed oak: full, swell front; *!
French plate mirror, size 18x2«; five large drawers; n hnnrlsomr, substAntlnt ftnd Ij ,\
useful piece of furniture, such as furniture dealers sell for (20.00. Bargain-Friday, fl ',
on the third floor, lim . • . m i '• n
Other Third Floor Bargains
Heavy Smyrna tuks, hnndsomp rtrslgns; Ooorl. frnthrr pillows, clean, pur* l fnnlh- *£f$W/%?J f /sfin f
liost of rnlors; plzn 27x51 lnrhPF, with cr»; covered with heavy Rtrlpert tick; Just Vfffsy %Ht?Jr^A\i f-
frltißert ends; worth JI.4S. Frl- ftO- the thlnff for benrh or cnmplng A(\~ iWtl^^SSjfSit^iil ft
•lay, each VOC use; worth 75c. Friday, each **-'C \
I.arße, size comfort*, covered with best Tlnln colored French rep, Rf» Inches wide; sU^^f/SitlMW^ 1c
Krade sllkollne niled with pure white. pood shades of (treen; suitable for )>or- % rfffiw-iisbv>A '' * I
sheet cotton closely tufted; worth $1.48. tleres. couch covers nnd furnlturo cov- IT I■*iiim^^S"SsjA}I ■ *iiim^^S"S$jA} \ (
nnrgaln-Frlday, c>| |<- erhißs: excellent value at 7r> ( .. liar- iQ. Jt'' i^V^T<^ite^, ' $
each «pi.l3 gain-Friday, the yard Ht7\. \2^%y^J%Ssj\ fr
11-4 white cotton blankets; fancy colored Fancy bwlss Btrlpes nnd dots; worth lji\H"f/jy!jJ'' \%^ \ , \
borders; Rood welßht; soft nnd <»| no reßulnrly 2(tc. Harßaln-Fridny, Q_ 3^Ct's*»Vil\mß I'i
fleecy; worth $2.60. Friday, pnlr..«jll."O the ynrd "t f»22S^^^^^ ; •??
ff*t**£!rfiSti^ Upholstered Couches $ I
M^M^M^*^^\ Regularly Worth $10.00 tp J—^
S^vQXWAWutltim&ialM^jdF^ Oood, comfortable couches, covered with figured velour nnd splendidly up-
IM\Wk\W^W^WMiatis*>V&. holstered: 15 best steel coll sprlnKS used In the construction: best of material
WHYVHASf dJ^IKBI i)3 Frfr iS^fti and workmanship throughout; an ornament to any room where restful enae.
(ff9* *'*lTrTri*EVWfttK an»^*™ ana c° mfor t '« desired; couches well worth $10.00; similar to the Illustration.
"MjiiiJ Bargain- Friday, on the third lloor, $5.98.
30c Art TicKing 15c Yard
Art ticking In dainty designs; suitable for draperies and furniture : coverings; worth regularly 30b. Bargain-Fri-
day, the yard, 16c. . . : ] ; ' '• ' • ■ ■ ■ ■
Annual $1-52 Hat Sale I
Felt Hats of All Shapes and Colors S^S^^^^^^ I
All Sizess AH Styles for Men, Youths and Boys— Values to $3.0) g '^ |j
.™ mwmrr ' — :— — — —-*-*—^*------ —
V AN OFFER TO ALL A
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\\ White House Ck>ok Book / /
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lr ....THE HERALD.... " Nk,
'Do You ' ;•
Want to Double <\
. Your Money ..
We Are Offering . .
10 1-2 Acres
Choice piece of ground -■
'■ ■ '.. near corner -
4th and Western Ave.
Al'h«re a New Car Mne
• Is .soon to be built,
$850 Per Acre
You can't bur another piece
of ncreage near this (or ■
$1500 Per Acre
Thin la located In the direct line
of growth of the city to the veil,
your uioor y.
I 315 So. Hill Street
V . •-■■_ j
I Curtis ParK Tract
28th and Compton Ave. Cement walks,
curbs, street gradsd, oiled, finished.
Lota 40x135, *4&0. Can you beat this?
Agent on tract. WIESENDANQSR,
281 Laughlln Block.
AMERICAN OOU) CO. BEN HUH CO.
VUUXA G. * O. CO. MT. VBBMOM CO.
HMd«urt*n Are •*
W» mu bar(Una la all «ood mining
... iruok* ■ .. . ' ...
Tbvar'The Jfew Motel at Or&nd Canyotv of .Arizona ptfflS
6Rk (Reached only ~by thcX -X|^ ■ :
£i <^ -m^Sh TT^k SUSS
Inclusive Excursion \
\C Monday, August 21. Eight-Day Trip :
Including railway fare, meals and berth, going and returning. >'
on the ■•
California Limited : |
And elx days at Kl, TOVAII, the elegant hotel at Grand Can^TM:
yon under Harvey management.
Leave Los Angeles 6:15 p. m. Monday, August 21." ".
■ Arrive Grand Canyon 4:80 p. m. Tuesday, August 22. :
Leave Grand Canyon 3:00 p. m. Monday, August !IS. ' •
Arrive^ Los Angeles 2:15 p. , m. Tuesday, August 29.
Full particulars £00 South Spring t street