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tron*. THE HERALD.
To Give Reception
The Kant Los An*«»lf>s Hnptldt church
will give nn Informnl rerpptlon Tum
day evening, November 7, to their new
pftstor and hla family nt their church
parlors, corner of Workman street find
Manltou avenue. Hey. F. O. Creaaey,
Ph.D., of FnlnPHvllle, Ohio, has but
recently assumed the pastorate of this
church and an invitation Is extended
to sll members and their friends to be
PREACHES TO YOUNG DOCTORS
Rev. Frank DeWltt Talmaga Talks to
His Hearers of the Good
In his sermon at the First Presby
terian church last nl*ht Hey. Frank
DeWltt Talmnge preached about the
good Christian physician. His text was
taken ColosslanH 4 and 14: "Luke, the
The speaker said that the good
Christian physician today Is the one
of the most honored of all men. This
Bentenca would have been a very
startling one to have been made a cen
tury ago, said Mr. Talmage. Doctor
"vV. B. Davis, In a late address before
a Kifiit convention of doctors and sur
geons, declared that in the early part
of the last century physicians were
practically nonentities. They had
virtually no place in European so
ciety. They wero looked upon in the
same way as playwriters nnd actors
were regarded during the Shakespear
ean era. But now among tho most
honored men arc to bo found the doc
tors. , As Sir Morrell McKcnzie was
honored for prolonging the life of the
Emperor Frederick, bo each scroll of
honor and knighthood In every court
of Europe has placed upon it the name
of one or more physicians. The phyßl
c-ian's advice in political matters has
often made and unmade cabinets.
But as I go on showing to you young
medical students the golden oportuni
ties of future usefulness which the
consecreated ten-talent doctor can
•wield, I must here and now halt. I
must stop long enough to show you the
great opportunities for good always
Imply great oportunitles for evil. Oh,
young man, about to enter the noble
medical profession, I beg of you not to
prove false to your trust. I beg of you
when you enter the home of a man
■who surrenders into your care the life
and the safety of his children, that you
'never prove untrue by advice or action
to the trust reposed in you.
That the chief triumphs of the medi
cal profession have been won during
the last century in the prevention of
disease rather than in the cure, there
is no doubt. How have the great
plagues, which used to sweep over
Europe been halted? By the power of
the sword? No. By the power of the
bacteriologist's microscope and the
physician's pen. Doctor Earle, a lead
ing professor In the Chicago College of
Physician and Surgeons, told me that
•when he first commenced his practice
in Chicago, thirty per cent of all his
patients' sicknesses were due to bad
■water and poor drainage. With the
Improvement of Chicago's drainage sys
tem that thirty per cent of sickness is
being gradually eliminated. ■ 7. '. ■ ■'. ',
ywhy is the longevity of the human
race being Increased year by year?
Because people do not work as hard as
they used to work? Oh, no! An aver
age man today goes through more
hard work and nerve exhaustion and
excitement in a week than his grand
father did in a whole year. The longe
vity of the human race is increasing
in spite of the strenuous life we lead.
It is increasing because the doctor,
year by year, is telling us how to eat,
how to dress, and in what kind of
houses we should live.
• Young man, about to enter the med
ical profession, you are soon to be one
of the great band of teachers of physi
cal hygiene. Can you not be a leader
in spiritual hygiene also?
Oh, my young friend, will you not
here and now consecrate your life to
the Cross? By the grace of Ood will
you not be a Christian family physi
cian? Be a good Doctor Aronson or a
good Doctor Luke.
TALKS.OF WOMAN'S SPHERE
Rev. Dr. Rider Says Highest Spirit
Is Best Exemplified Through .
'"The high ideal that leads Christen
dom today is the exemplification of the
epirlt of Christ through the woman
soul. As says Goethe in 'Faust,* 'The
■woman soul leadeth us upward and
on.' Womanliness first, then after
wards, what you will," said Rev. Dr.
"W. Rider yesterday morning in his
sermon. on "The Sphere and Recogni
tion of Woman." Dr. Rider took his
text from Jesus' tribute to Mary at the
cupper.at Bethany: "She hath done
what she could." He said in part:
'.'This act of Mary was personal to
Jesus and was a beautiful Innovation
on the dignities and formalities of the
occasion. The circumstance Is signifi
cant of woman's unique relation to all
the affairs of the kingdom of Christ.
That unique relation is her personal in
fluence and power of sympathy and
love. It is the thing that a good man
adores and the power that makes a
bad man a good man. It Is God's high
est exemplification of the Incarnate
spirit of the gospel among men, second
only to the power of Christ himself.
Frances Willard maintained that per
sonal charm all through her career as
a reformer and philanthropist. So have
multitudes of her sisters.
"It Is no more historic! that woman
led us out of paradise than that man
did it, but if historic, she who led us
out Is, under Clod, to lead us back.
Hhe is to do bo first and bent of all
through the home life and through In-
Htitutions, the church and others re
lated to that home.
"We appeal to the women In this
congregation to wield this Ood-glven
power; to anchor men to the home
life, to the church, to the state and all
good institutions. The W. O, T. U. con
vention in this city was a great world
power exemplifying this spirit and we
bid them God upeed In this and all
noble and philanthropic work In
church and state, to which the great
commander had called them."
A llrllnliln Ilt-nieily for Croup
with the dry, cold weather of the
early winter months, parents of croupy
children should be on the alert for
ominous symptoms. There Is no cause
for anxiety when Chamberlain's Coujth
Remedy Is kept in the home. If this
medicine Is given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse or even after Hit.
croupy cough has appeared, the attack
may be warded off. Mrs. 8. Jtoslntha)
of Turner, Michigan, says: "We have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
ourselves and children for several
years and Ilks It very much. I think it
la the only remedy for croup and can
highly recommend Jt." For gale by ull
SCRIBBLES FAREWELL NOTE TO GIRL AND COMMITS SUICIDE
MARTIN J. YUILWICH
AT WATER'S EDGE
WRITES FAREWELL LINES AND
Man Seeks Secluded Nook in Westlake
Park and Fires Fatal Shot at
Water's Edge — Death Is Instan
"Oh, girl, I want to live, but what I
do I do for the love of you, my darl
After writing these words on the
margin of a sheet of poetry torn from
a book of verses written by Marie Van
Vorst, Martin J. Yuilwlch shot him-
self through the brain while standing:
beneath a spreading palm in Westlake
park yesterday afternoon.
His body was found at about !>
o'clock by T. Becker, of 431 South Al
varado street. It was lying on the
bank of the north side of the lake at
Westlake, and he apparently had in
tended that his body should fall into
the lake, and had ho fallen forward
instead of backward that is what
would have happened.
The address of the rooming house
where he had been staying was writ
ten on a sheet of paper and thrust
into his side pocket.
No information could be obtained
from the proprietor of the lodging
house at 215 Boyd street, where he
had for the two weeka previous to his
suicide been rooming.
No further reference to the girl with
whom he is supposed to have been In
love is made other than the one which
he wrote Just before he died.
Scribbles Farewell Message
Whether he had been refused by
some woman with whom he was in
love or whether he was simply insane
is matter of conjecture.
IJe was very well dressed and wore
a small diamond pin in his tie. but
there was no money whatever on the
body when found by the police.
Printed on the leaf from the book
of poems upon which Yuilwlch had
scrawled the farewell to the girl were
the following lines:
Where is all the sunlight Bono?
Dearest heart and dearest;
Will It come again with dawn?
Dearest heart and dearest. '
Will It, stealing after ni(?ht.
Fold tho dreary hours, till bright -
Tomorrow breaks the clearest;
Best of every day we've had —
Fresh and gay and good and glad?
Dearest heart and dearest.
Death Comes Swiftly
It wns stated by the police surgeon
that there Is no -doubt that Yulwlch
died instantly after he fired the shot.
One of the lodgers at 215 Hoyd street
said that Yuilwich, who Is said to have
been a cook, had often talked to him,
and that ho, the lodger, always
thought that Yuilwlch was a little
crazy. He said that Yuilwich said that
he was a Hohemlun and that he had
had a great deal of trouble in his early
life. What this trouble was Yuilwich
did not state. His peculiar form of In
sanity seemed to bo that he thought
that every man that saw him was
jealous of his Rood looks and that he
was so handsome no woman could help
loving him at first sight.
If that wns the cam? It wns Rtated
by tho police that perhaps the woman
with whom he seemed to be Infatuated
did not respond to his wooing and in
pique he killed himself.
The body was taken to Bresee Bros.'
morgue and an inquest was h(fd on
the remains by the coroner. The ver
dict was suicide by shooting.
O. W. Lure and O. W. Whitaker of I
the Southern Pacific freight depart- I
merit, San Francisco, are registered at |
the Angelue. ■
K. M. Chester and wife, tourists from »
Beaumont. Tex., are guets at the ~
William A. Throop, a tourist from \
Toledo, Oil Js stopping at the banker*
Henry V. Klklng, identified with Kng.
Huh rallroadß of London, 1b quartered
at the AngeluH. |
Jumeg \V. neld, proprietor of the
Fulrmoiint hotel, Ban Kranclsco, Is at
the Vun Nuys.
A novel hat for o young girl of 15 or
16 la of white kid. The Hhape Ih of the
summer— tilted ' up on three sides— and'!
the brim is stitched In rows about onu-j
quarter of an Inch apart. The t riunniUK
U a simple affulr of white curded rlbhim
— rnw'tte.H uilU bunds— and kid covered
button*. . ', 1
LOS ANGELES HERALD j MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1905.
RAP AT THEATER
CRITICIZES COLLEGE "FRATS' "
Rev, F. T. Berry of Highland Park
Presbyterian Church Insists Influ
ence of Stage Isßad— Congre.
gation Is Startled -
"Christianity and theatricals will not
mix," said Rev. F. T. Berry, pastor of
Highland Park Presbyterian church,
in his discourse Sunday morning to his
Following that line of thought Rev.
Mr. Berry insisted that absolutely no
real , good emanates from before the
footlights, contending that those who
had endeavored to place theatricals on
a high moral plane have made a dismal
failure in that respect.
To sustain his assertions in this re
spect Rev. Mr. Berry pointed to the
fact that when stage talent is converted
to the Christian religion it at once
forsakes the footlights.
Before leaving the subject Rev.
Berry severely criticized the action of
students of Occidental college, who ap
peared In a semi-theatrical production
about a year ago in which one of the
characters mimicked a drunken man.
"The action of the students was un
wholesome," said the preacher, "and
I am opposed to college theatricals and
advise everybody to remain away from
theatricals of whatever character," as
members of the congregation took sly
glances from pew to pew.
B/sk W^ 0 * S l^ C *°y °* t ' 1C ' louse h°ld> for without
iH\ lisC W' it no happineßs can be complete. How
tv*B& iS§9 M SpS sweet the picture of mother and babe,
Hna Dufttr v >£Mr angels smile at and commend tho
¥sflSk H sfl^lh HI . Noughts and aspirations of the mother
gOi la g|H if™ bending over the cradle. The ordeal through
HK]pjf| g. |$3 which the expectant mother must pass, how-
VS3? la HJM? Ll'q ever, is bo full of danger and suffering that
she looks forward to the hour when 6he shall
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,
a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and render*
pliable all the parts, and
value to all women sent free. Address Br Hm HK| DhJIB
ORAOFIELO REGULATOR CO.. Atlantm. Om. M OMB Kg M 111 BEfc*
It is not generally known that a largo portion of the
cheap furniture on the market is nißdo by convict labor,
east and Bouth. These goods are known to the trade as
"installment stuff." The men who make it are not
afraid of losing their job If they slight their work, and
• • the men who sell It, having no reputation at stake,
. charge any old price for it. Wo are not in the get-rich-
quick class. If we were we would handle a different
grade of gooda from I hnso we now offer to our cus-
Broadway Drapery & Furniture Co.
447 South Broadway
We Mulutalo Our Reputation of llandllnß
The Best Lines of Ranges
Both cast and steel, made In this country.
THREE THOUSAND QL.ENWOODB In use In Los Angeles and vtdnlty
testify to their popularity and suocess. To these we have added
. THE QUEEN •
An up-to-date steel rant*, offering it at prlcea unprecedented In this mar-
ket, considering quality, weight and finish.
Glenwood Hang» from 921. l/|». Queen Steel nances from 931.80 U»
James W. Hcllman 161 North Spring St.
■ IPS ANGEI.Bg .
The mission of this ad. is to tell you of an entire "New Feature" of the Coulter Store—a
Bargain Department, altogether removed from the regular sales-sections. You may
have a little trouble in finding it, but ask any of the clerks or floor-walkers, and
they'll direct you. This department is located in a Special Room, arranged for the
purpose. Follow the Left Aisle, from the Broadway entrance, to the extreme rear,
and you'll see the sign, " Bargain Department."
Sale Begins This Morning at Store-opening Time
MEV B3 fVI lO jffi^^^ <W^ssssssssssso(^^?^^^^ V^ssV
Nothing Under 5 Cents Many Articles at 10 Cents W£^T
Upon entering you may, at first, be a little disappointed at, the "Rocky Appearance" of some of th«
Merchandise — but just wait until you see the prices at which it's to be sold. Truthfully, none of it is
new; but there are some good things to be had— if you get here in time. For instance, there are
quite a few fine hand-painted Gauze Fans in the lot; and ever so many Bclta and Belt Buckles; while
perhaps the best bargains of all are several pieces of Mousseline de Soie and Tucked Taffeta Silk.
Still Others at 1 5 Cents Nothing Over 25 Cents
There are Stocks and Collars for women — and Undershirts and Suspenders for men; also women's
and children's Hose Supporters— but don't expect any of the things to be in perfect condition, or
you'll be disappointed. Dress Steels, Velveteen Bindings, children's Band Combs and fancy Dress ,
Buttons about make up the assortment — except some Work Baskets, that we were about to forget
One of the conditions of this sale Is that nothing can be brought back or MM
exchanged — the goods not being sufficiently desirable to justify us in offering J M
them as regular stock. WL
Coulter Dry Goods Co. %|/j3T
225-227-229 South Broadway 224-226-228 South Hill Street >^'
Pay Last Honors to Father Burns
High mass will be said at the cathe
dral 8:30 Monday morning over the
body of Rev. Father James E. Burns,
aged 36, who died Friday morning of
consumption. Father Burns was pas
tor of Riverside, San Bernardino and
other parishes. A surviving sister Is
housekeeper at Rev. Father liyan's
parish in Riverside. The body of Father
Burns will be shipped to Green Bay,
Wls., for burial.
Agt. Illinois Central R. R..'23'8 8. Spring!
• Of Superb, Rare, Antique — •
Beginning Tuesday, Tomorrow, Nov. 7, at 2:30 P. M.
and All Week. Goods Now on Exhibition Inside
H. W. Hellman Building
Cor. Fourth and Spring, Main Corridor, Ground Floor
In order to introduce our now OBtabliahment we will inaugurate the most satisfying sale over held in this city.
Our rugs ure select, every one has been carefully examined and selected with artistic taste. Every ruff will be
positively sold to the highest bidder and guaranteed as represented or money refunded. We are bound to
satisfy every buyer, as we are hero to stay.
Ml TEW I I AIM RfJO^i Formerly With Paul Courian
j^\J ST SSLfLfUWt* DK.V/O. Directors and Auctioneers....
Hotels""' Beach Resorts,
<Santa Uataiina Ssiand
Dally Btenmer service leaving San Pedro at 10 n. m., making direct connection
with Southern Pacific, Snlt Lake and Paclflo Electric trains from Lob An-
geles. Extra steamer Saturday evenings.
Hotel Metropk Opei AH tine Year
Banning Company Pacific Electric Bldg. Both Ptooies 36
®/7 <f/S>/ North Beacll » Santa Monica
/UlJ 1 €ITII7I <=/ £Mlfll@Q Filled fresh every day and heated to a tera-
""^^ tJ perature of 85 decrees Unrivaled and abso-
lutely safe surf bathlnK. Now Is the most beautiful season of the year at the beach.
/f* a /D a ' A 5T ISo Gigantic Birds
(UaWStOTt USgVSQM Beautiful Seml-Troplcal
tiroimilH nnd the largest
stock of Ostrich Feather Goods In America for sale at producer's prices.
/° «~.~. "» French and Italian Dinners
<yampt s a specialty
609 San Fernando Street Tel. Main 3470
<fiTh * WJ) a T* Up-to-Bate Restaurant
£Pei tifonte uavern 219-221 w. Third st.
/° Z' ' a j Business Lunches Dinners Complete
tyatr® After-Theater Refreshments -Room for 1200
. UN DISH 11. AY. HELLMAN BUXLi DINO, FOUHTIi AND HI'IUNG.
N«pa, in Napa County, has Urge Facto-,
ries making Gloves and Overshirts. Both
factories want many operators. Steady-
work all tho year at good wages. Climat-
ic, social and farming conditions equal to
any. If you seek such opportunities
writs to tho undersigned, or to Napa
Chamber of Commerce, or better yet,'
come at once and get work.
_. n - The California Glove Co.
Slgned The Cameron Shirt Co.
I Sporting 1
I Goods I
138-142 So. Main I
See Wolf.kill for Fine
Flower* ii -.t. t
208 West Second ;.