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THE HOODOO REMOVED.
The Angels Will Hereafter Be
Able to Win on Friday.
King: Hoodoo Holds High Carnival
How the Hoodoo Was Removed—Red,
Blue nnd Yellow Lights anil a
Very Interesting Cer
The hoodoo haa been dissolved and
the Lob Angeles baseball club will hare
after be able to win on Fridays, [ladies'
days. The followers of baseball are all
doubtless aware of tbe fact that a hoo
doo haa been hanging over the Angela
on ladies' day. Thia ia not imagination
as five defeats on the only five ladies'
days thia season go to prove.
At midnight Wednesday the following
card waa left on the Herald sporting
"Yon are commanded to be at the
corner of Winston and Main streets at
midnight Thursday; come alone and do
Thinking that there might be a meet
ing of Anarchists on the tapis the writer
hastened to the place designated.
"Jump in that hack" said a voice
from inside the federal building, and
when you are in a predicament say:
'Rus in urbe.' " The reporter obeyed
the instructions of the strange voice and
was driven all over the city, the writer
knoweth not where, as the blinds
of the hack were pulled down.
About half an hour later the hack
stopped somewhere in the neighborhood
of the river bed. "Yonder is thy
destination," aaid the Whittier hack
driver aa he pointed to an old adobe
building. Tbe reporter started to go in,
but waa stopped by an old patriarchal
looking man whom he had never seen
before. "Rub in urbe," whiapered the
scribe. A smile illuminated tbe old
man's face as he invited the
writer to put on a mask and
a robe of white. "You may enter now,"
said the old man aa he threw open the
main door. The reporter stood for a
moment transfixed. Dozens of people
sat around the large room all clad in
multi-colored gowns—some were more
gorgeous than tbe othera, but all looked
beautiful, as the room was flooded with
light. The decorations were very elab
orate, but there waa no time for sight
seeing aa each one nudged hia neighbor
with, "Here cornea King Hoodoo."
Everyone arose and made a profound
bow aa King Hoodoo marched in, ac
companied by hia princes, Voodoo and
"Why am I honored by ao many dia
tinguiahed fans?" spoke King Hoodo in
"Moat noblo and honored king," came
from a visitor in a far corner, with
a voice very reminiacent of Reginaldo
Del Valle, the king of the fans, "we
have assembled here at midnight
to invoke your all-powerful aid
in dissolving the hoodoo. Moat
mighty king, our champion team
of giant ball players are as pigmies
when Friday comes around, and are in
variably beaten by our hated "adversa
ries on this day."
King Hoodoo —You ask too much.
I cannot grant your request. Did I not
give you splendid weather for the Native
Sons celebration. You surely do not
want the world.
There was aiience for half a minute
than arose another knight with a voice
very much like Will Hicks.
"All-powerful king and ruler of the
baseball destinies of all clubs, lend me
your ear while I make a home run.
Grant us our request, moat potent king,
and I will insure your life in the beat
companies in the land. In the name of
'Monte' and 'Hop,' who went to
school with your highneaa, come down
from your mighty perch and disaolve the
Thia speech was received with great
applause, but King Hoodoo looked aa if
he bad juat got through with a secret
"Most extraordinary ruler and king
hoodoo, my name is Williamua M. Ed
wardua, lately of Alameda. I have Been
the Angels beaten in every Friday's
game, and it made me very" sad. My
heart ia bowed down with woe."
King Hoodoo—Enough of that. I
will prescribe a dose of Figueroa atreet
for your malady.
The next speaker said:
"I come from the University bank.
My pockets are lined with gold—Van
derbeck's gold. We will give you un
told gold to remove the hoodoo. My
address is Soto street, and I have a seat
in the box behind the home plate. My
card reads, George L. Arnold."
King Hoodoo —I scorn your offer of
gold. Tempt me no further; I may do
that I should be sorry for.
"I am Mr. Van Derbeck. of Lob An
gelea," said a very modest young man.
"I am a great admirer of the fair sex,
and it breaks my heart to think that the
Angela always lose on ladies' day."
King Hoodoo—l pray you to stop this.
I heard about yon at San Joae. At the
bazar at San Joae Mayor Rucker called
upon you for a speech, and it ia reported
that you hid behind a chair instead of
explaining how the Angels lost four out
of five games with the Dukes.
The next speaker waa a portly gentle
man. He bore a striking reaemblance
to Judge Hendrick. "I am a hard loeer,
King Hoodoo. I now make a motion
that you dissolve the hoodoo, for which
service I offer you the freedom of tbe
city of Lob Angeles and Mayor Hazard's
patent key." »
There was a consultation and it was
suggested that Jim Mellua be induced
to address King Hoodoo. With hia
usual modesty he refused, aa also did
Andy Francisco, Fred Barman, A. Ram
ish, Anthony Schwamm, John Brink,
Walter Cosby, M. Polaaki and several
others. As a last resort the
writer waa prevailed on to address
King Hoodoo. Here ia a verbatim
report of the speech: "The Dukes,
Colonels and Hank Harris's aggregation
say you are a Jonah, and that your
name should be mud."
King Hoodoo:—Who dares dispute
my authority. I ahall at once proceed
to remove the hoodooo. The king then
uttered his abracadabra and waved hia
wand above hia head.
In a moment twenty little pickanin
nies entered, each carrying something
in his hand. An enormous cauldron
was placed in the center of the room.
King Hoodoo pointed hia wand at the
cauldron and a big blaze started up aa if
by magic. The pickaninnies circled
around, and each threw hia mys
terious parcel into the caul
dron. The flames were of all colors.
Then began a most impressive cere
mony in which King Hoodoo and his
cohorts took part. It was watched with
the most intense interest by all present.
The hoodoo was finally burned and there
was the greatest rejoicing among the
fans who, all took occaaion to thank
King Hoodoo for hia services.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
Mrs. Ponat'a Report for the Year—Elec
tion of Officers.
The Lob Angeles Catholic Ladies' Aid
society met on Sunday in the cathedral,
when Mrs. Victor Ponet, the president,
read the following report:
Bight Rev. Bishop, Very Rev. Father Adam,
Reverend Clergy and Members of Ihe.Aid
My term of office is at aa end. Before
laying before you tbe financial condition
of the society, I wish, aa well for myself
as for the active members of our society,
to return to the benefactors my beat
thanks. Our labor during the past year
has been much more extensive and va
ried than the preceding one. That there
is much poverty in our midst is undeni
able, and that the cases of poverty in
many instances are very touching ia
equally certain of those whom we may
in very truth call our own. There are
many poor; they were not always thus;
and still they retain their noble feelings
so that we cannot hurt them by any dis
tinctive reference. The beautiful cli
mate of Loa Angeles brings to ua many
who, after their little means are spent,
find themselves alone and sick in the
midst of strangers. Of courae, theae we
have endeavored to help every way in
our power; some we have, at their own
request, sent back again to their homes.
For some we have obtained suitable
labor, and the balance we have endeav
ored to assist to the best of our ability.
The cases of the latter we have found
particularly bad; not a few of them were
lying sick on the hard, cold floor, with
out a bed, without food, without cover
ing. In some of these cases, as in oth
ers, it is only just to say that kind neigh
bors have taken the work off our hand*
just as soon as they were made aware of
tbe fact that poverty and sickness were
around. Other cauaea have brought
persona here. These cases we may not
mention. Poverty is poverty and de
mands assistance, whatever way it may
be caused, and if we can gladden a heart
and bring joy to a home, even when in
the opinion of the worldly wise it is not
needed, we have never regretted bo do
ing. In all these spheres our work has
been large and laborious, in some cases
far from pleasing, but prompted by
what we hope is a nobler spirit, and
encouraged by the kindnesa and practi
cal good feeling of our citizens, we have
gone on with the good work, and in re
tiring today from the position which we
have held we can assure you that what
ever our position in the society may be,
our zeal and anxiety will be no leas in
the future than it has been in the past.
To mention some of our benefactors to
the exclusion of others may give
pain, yet we cannot refrain from thank
ing our good bishop and the reverend
gentlemen who have uaed their eloquent
appeal on behalf of the poor. Our spe
cial thanks are due to the board of su
pervisors, to the presß for their kindly
public encouragement, and we cannot
forget tbe courteous treatment and gen
erosity experienced at the hands of the
officers of the Santa Fe railroad and the
steamship company, not to mention
many others whom we fear a mention
would hurt. Our warmest wish, in con
clusion, is that many will join the soci
ety and aid ua in the work.
I will now read tbe report. As we see
by the treasurer's report, the amount of
money received during the past year
haa been $2,133; which, with the bal
ance from the year before, made a total
of $2487.05; expended during the year,
$2223.20; leaving a balance of $264.15;
families helped, 458; articles of clothing
An election was then held, resulting
in Mra. Ponet's re-election aa president,
Mrs. D. F. Donegan and Mrs. Dr. Reed
as vice-presidents, Mra. Lecouvreur as
treasurer, and Mrs. Holmes secretary.
A VERY FINE DAY.
That's What the Old Man Said and It
Came Near Being a Very Cold One.
An old chap, driving a venerable
horse, attached to a light wagon, full of
aole leather, was nearing the northeast
corner of Spring and Second streets yes
terday afternoon. Juat in front of the
Bryson-Bonebrake block he espied two
acquaintances, talking together on the
curb. He hailed tbem and after they
had aaid hallo, the old man, keeping his
eyes on tbem, although driving on,
called out a couple of times that it was
a very fine day. As be was then almost
upon an electric car bound for Westlake
park, whoae motorneer was not very at
tentive either, the old gentleman's as
sertion that it was a fine day came very
near being negatived. Warned by the
shouts of come people on the sidewalk,
he gave a whoop and his whip came
down on the old plug with such force
that he cleared the car, and after all it
was a fine day.
THE BONES OF A WAIF.
They Still Lie TJnbnrled on Terminal
A complaint waa brought to the coro
ner's office yesterday by the Terminal
Railroad company that the remains of
an infant discovered on Terminal island
a short time ago, are still on the island
unburied, and asking the coroner to
take some action, or the supervisors, to
have them interred. They remain in a
box and while scarcely any thing but
the skeleton is still in existence the
Terminal people think it should not be
allowed to be above ground.
The remains were discovered and an
inquest was held aeveral weeks ago,
when no evidence of the identity of the
infant was discovered. Tbe coroner's
jury returned a verdict that the infant
In order to secure tbe burial of the re
mains the board of supervisors will be
obliged to give an order to that effect.
This annoying scalp trouble, which
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Davis Sewing Machine office, 128 South Main
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Santa Monica tbe Beautiful.
Come to the Boehme block for a olean, sun
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or at the Boehmo Villa, corner of Ocean and
Oregon avenue. Oeorge Boehme, proprietor.
Answer Thia Question.
Why do bo many people we see around us
seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable
by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Loss
of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow
Skin, when for 75c we will Bell them Shiloh'g
Vitalizer, guaranteed to cure thorn. Sold
wholesale by Haas, Baruch A Co., and all re
New Process Gas Stoves,
With atmospheric burners, on exhibition at F
K. Browne's, 314 South Spring street A three
monthe' gas bill for one family's cooking, $4.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1892.
AMONG THE COURTS.
The Cathedral Burglar On
Frank Westervelt a Witness in the
Some Odd Evidence in the Suit Against
Hoff et al.—Traded For Mules.
Ah Yung Trial—Notes.
There waa a large attendance' of
apectatora in Judge McKinley's depart
ment of the superior court yesterday, at
the trial of A. E. McDonald, who was
charged with breaking into the sacristy
of St. Vibiana's cathedral on November
.26th and stealing a number of sacred
vessels made of precious metals and
particularly valued as antique specimens
of the kind, having come into the pos
session of the church through the early
The prosecution was conducted by
Diatrict Attorney McLachlan, assisted
by William A. Ryan, and the defendant
waa represented by Jamea Callen, a San
Diego attorney. The following jurors
were accepted after nearly exhausting
the panel: W. L. Ballard, W.
Brigham, O. F. Johnson, D. E. Merri
am, R. E. Wireching, J. T. Wilder,
Jamea Bell, C. A. Schrode, J. M.
Mitchell, N. S. G. Todd, William F.
Hall, I. B. Dolley.
Father McDonald of the cathedral
was the first witness. He testified that
about 6 o'clock of the morning of No
vember 27th he was aroused and told by
one of the attendants that the cathedral
had been robbed. On going down into
the sacristy be found the safe opened
with powder grama lying on the top
and the air impregnated with smoke
from powder and clothing that had been
ignited. On going to the altar he found
that several valuable silver-gilt vessels
used in tbe services of the church had
been taken. The door leading from the
sacristy into the hall waa open, also one
of the windows.
A number of fragments of the silver
vessels which had been traced to Mc-
Donald in San Diego, were then shown
to the father, and identified by him.
Rev. Father Adam, Joseph Mann is the
sexton, and othera, gave similar testi
mony, all going to fasten the chain of
guilt to McDonald.
THE KAWEAH COLONISTS.
Frank Wester velt Subjected to a Search
ing Cross-Examinatlon Yesterday.
The entire day waa consumed in the
United States diatrictcourt yesterday in
the cross-examination of Frank E. West
ervelt, a witness for the government in
the Kaweah colony case.
Weatervelt had been delegated by the
colonists to make an examination of the
books of the colony aa an expert, and
suit was instigated by reason of the dis
crepancies in the accounts revealed by
him, It was shown that the defendants 1
bad received about $60,000. They ex
pended $15,000 for machinery, and were
accustomed to place $400 per month to
the credit of the "unknown fund," al
though nobody haa been able to explain
what was the purpose of this fund. It
was also discovered that at one time
$1026, and at another time $721 had
been placed to the credit of Burnet G.
Haskell, and witness had not been able
to find any bills of accounts therefor.
The cross-examination was conducted
by Attorney H. C. Dillon, and was of a
very searching character.
TRADED FOR MULES.
How the Edwards Horses Were Disposed
' of by Wadbam and Watson.
Yeaterday Sheriff Gibson received
word that George Wadham and A. Wat
son, who drove away from Loa Angeles '
with a team of gray horses belonging to
W. Edwarda, had turned up at the town
of Victor, about forty-five miles eaßt of
San Bernardino. At that place it ia al
leged that thay traded the horses with
M. Vader for a span of mules. Vader,
who was in the city yeaterday, aaid that
they wore constables' badges, and ex
hibited a pißtol which they aaid had
been given to them by Sheriff Gibaon,
which statement was false. They
claimed that they were in search of a
couple of horae-thievea who had cap
tured some horaea at Whittier.
SOME OLD LAND MARKS.
Pieces of Tree Bark Put in Evidence in
the lloff Case.
Several sections of the bark of a tree
were put in evidence in the suit of the <
Los Angelea Farming and Milling com
pany va Hoff et al yesterday.
They were produced by surveyor C. A.
Ehriqu in proof of a survey which he
bad made many years ago of the San
Fernando ranch. Tbe bark had been 1
cut at that time and bore the marks of
having been one of the corner monu
ments of the survey. The teatimeny of
Enriqu went to ahow that all surveys
have placed the boundaries of the ranch
ao as to embrace the landa claimed by ,
the small army of defendanta. The trial
will continue for the balance of the
The Ah Jung Trial.
There were quite a number of wit- .
nesses examined for the defense in the
case of Ah Jung, charged with complic
ity in the murder of Fow Ah Lung, in
Judge Shaw's branch of the superior
court yeaterday. Among othera who
gave testimony were Henry Ward, Wong
Gunn Fung, Ben Ferner, Ah Lin, Dr. N.
H. Morrison and Officer Orlando Roehn.
The testimony was subatantially the
same as that given in the Ah Len trial.
COURT NEWS IN BRIEF.
The suit of Thompson vs. Butler is on
trial before Judge Clark.
Thos. Monk of Denmark was natural
ized by Judge Shaw yesterday.
Judge Wade yesterday granted ten
days' stay of execution in the caße of
Rogers vs. Duhart.
The case of Hellman vs. Weis was
continued until June 20th in department
A petition was granted by Judge Clark
to exchange stock for real estate in the
guardianship of the Dexter minors.
The defendant in the suit of Yeager
vs. the Southern Pacific railroad was
given ten days' additional time to an
swer by Judge Van Dyke yesterday.
The case of Smith vs. Southern Pa
cific Railroad company was reset for
trial for June 2d by Judge Clark yester
A decree of foreclosure was granted
by Judge Shaw yesterday for $2400 in
the caae of the First National bank of
Pasadena vs. Palmateer et al.
Suffering from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST
or FAILING MANHOOD, INVOLUNTARY
EMISSIONS, IMPOTENCY, MENTAL WORRY,
PERSONAL WEAKNESS, LOSS OF MEMORY,
DESPONDENCY, and all other diseases Of
mind and body, produced by youthful tollies
or overindulgence, quickly and permanently
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OFFICE HOURS: From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sundays, from 10 to 12. 11-14 6m
New Suits Filed.
O. H. Churchill va. A. A. Mitchell et
al. —Suit on a mortgage.
Dayton Heights Improvement com
pany vs. M. W. Conner et al.—Suit to
Pacific Bank va. T. J. Martin et al.—
Suit on a note for $1489.
Wm. Boehn vs. E. D. Gibson—Suit
for $719 damagea on account of seizure
Clark & Humphreya vs. O. F. Hunt-
Suit on a note for $700.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.
United Statea va. B. G. Heakell et al.
SUPERIOR COURT —DEPARTMENT ONE.
Application to place Anna Becker in
the reform school.
People va. W. Manning.
People vs. D. Quartarollo.
People vs. John Moran—Sentence.
Eat. of C. A. Browm—Probate of will.
Est. of T. B. McDonald—Acct. and
Est. of Jonas Simpson—Assignment
Eat. of J. Lazzarevich—Probate of
Eat. of Martin R. Gaddy—Firat acct.
Eat. of Mary Follett—Acct. and dist.
Eat. of Sarah A. Clark—Acct. and
Est. of Jamea Ellis—Acct. and diet.
Est. and guard, of Ralph Talazec—
Return of sale of realty.
Eat. of A. Crevolin —Letters.
Est. of Rachel C. Locke—Return of
sale of realty.
•Eat. of C. A. Paige—Citation.
Cozad vs. Trundy et al.
Eat. of Calvin P. Austin—Acct and
| Orth va. Orth.
Moir va. Miles et al. I
Sevier vs. Whittingcon et al.
Gage va. Hubbell.
Yeakel vs. Yeakel.
Lockhart vs. Haynes et al.
Laaar va. Kelly et al.
Suakind ye. Kelly et al.
Jones va. Henry et al.
Smith va. L. A. & P. Ry. Co. et al.
Patton va same.
The Plans for and Scope of the Exam
The following circular lias been
Examinations in all entrance subjects
will be held June 9th, 10th and 11th in
the following places: Palo Alto,
quadrangle; MarydVille, High echool
building; San Luis Obispo, school
building; Los Angeles, High echool
buitding; Ban Diego, High school build
ing; Seattle, room 13, central school,
Seventh and Madison atreeta; Portland,
High echool building; Salt Lake City,
High school building: Denver, High
school building; Moline, 111., High
school building; Honolulu, High school
The examinations will be held in the
Thuraday, June 9th—Phyaiology,
9:00 to 10:30; elementary algebra, 10:30
to 12:30; plane geometry, 1:30 to 3:30;
English, 3:30 to 6:00.
Friday, June 10th—Advanced algebra,
Spanish and physics, 8:30 to 10:30;
German and Greek, 10:30 to 12:30;
solid geometry, Engliah history, and
French, 1:30 to 3:30; Latin (22—23),
3:30 to 6:00.
Saturday, June 11th—Latin (24),
chemistry, and botany. 8:30 to 10:30;
trigonometry and Engliah literature,
10:30 to 12:30; American history and
zoology, 1:30 to 3;30; Grecian and
Roman history and free hand drawing,
3:30 to 6 :QO.
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Wagner's Jewelry Establishment
125 S. SPRING STREET,
We will sell from now on Jewelry and Silverware at Greatly Reduced Prices to
make room for our large importation of goods we get from Europe this fall. Yon
will be surprised at our low figures. Then tbe old stock haa got to go,
no matter what price we get. Make ua an offer and you will get them.
We have a large selection in Sterling Ware, and will give you lower figures
than any house in the city.
L. M. WAGNER,
125 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
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LO3 ANGELES BRANCH—Rooms 41 and 42 S B. corner First and Spring sts.
ROBERT D. MILI.BR, Manager.
FOX THE LUNGS
Has been a never-falling family remedy for
COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "LA
GRIPPE," BORE THROAT, HOARSENESS.
PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA,
ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS.
ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
PLEURISY, PAIN IN THE SIDE AND
BREAST, SPITTING OF BLOOD, and all .dis
eases of tbe
Throat, Chest and Lungs
Leading to CONSUMPTION.
DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM contains no
opium, morphine, nor any deleterious drug. It
soothes and heals the Membrane of Ine Lungs,
Inflamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents
night sweats and tightness across the chest. It
is pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for
DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other.
Trade supplied by F. W. BRAUN & CO.
Los Angeles. Price, 25c, 500, $1.00.
DR. WM. HALL & CO, NEW YORK.
The Celebrated Frew!} Guro,
' A GUARANTEE b W
ty) to cure any form /Cj Jw
JKb of nervous disease if
3/ or any disorder of
the generative or- JuiFzJmlk*.
. gansof eithersex,
\. whether arisingw
from the excessive/ asP
_ BEFORE useof Stimulants, AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, or through youthful indiscrS'
tlon, over indulgence, Ac., such as Loss of Brain
Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in the
back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcca, Diz
liness, Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Impo.
tency, which if neglected often lead to prematura
old age and insanity. Prico 11.00 a box, 6 boxes
Jor J5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price*
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is given ff
every $5.00 order received, to refund the I'
a Permanent cure is not effected. We have
tliousandeei testimonials from old and young
of both «»es, who have been permanently curel
by the use of Aphroditino. Circular free. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
H. M. SALE & SON. Druggists, Los Angeles, Cal
WE "jjSn B ijlj Written Guarantee
... " n w'-'/ situde, all drains' and
Before &. After Use.fl loss of power of the
Photographed from life. 1 Generative Organs, In
cither sex, caused by
over-exertion, youthful mdescrctlons, or the excessive
use of tobacco, opium, or stimulants, which ultimately
lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Pnt up
in convenient form to carry In the vest pocket. Price
SI a package, or 6 for S5. With every »5 order we give
o written guarantee to cure or refund the
money. Sent by mall to any address. Circular free.
Mention this paper. Address,
MADRID CHEMICAL CO., Branch Office for U. S. A
368Dcarborn Street. CHICAGO. ILL.
FOR SALE IN LOS ANGELF.S, CAL, BY
OFF & VAUGHN, Druggists,
N, E. corner Fourth and Spring Streets.
S~\ PH. JORDAN & CO R
V GREAT MUSEUM OF AIATOMI
ffi9Q& 1051 St., San Francisco.
IHH (between Slh aud 7th Sts.)
A Go and learn how wonderfully
* sbssssb \ J" 11 are ma^e now to av °id
ImvWi jL sickness and diseases. Museum
v» H V en l ar S e< i with thousands of new
\ U objects. Admission 25 cts.
Private Office, 211 Geary St. Disease* of
men: stricture, loss of manhood,diseases of the
skin and kidneys quickly cured without the
use of mercury. Treatment personally ' ;by
tetter. Send for book 1
A CURE GUARANTEED
DR. BELL'S CELEBRATED GERMAN
Cures all private, syphilitic, ohronic, urinary,
skin and blood diseases; catarrh, luDg affec
tions, female complaints, piles and all such dis
eases as are brought about by indiscretion and
excesses. $1. No cure no pay.
DR. BELL'S French Wash cures all private
diseases, blood poison, old sores and ulcers, G
&G, iv two or three days, fl. No preparation
on earth equal to it For sale only at the old
reliable BERLIN DRUG STORE, 506 South
Spring street, Los Angeles. Cal.
They have over 31,000 unsolicited testi
monials of wonderful cares.
Consultation free and strictly confidential.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
njE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It ia a (seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to hurt the feet; made of the best line calf, stylish
and easy, and because we make more shorn of this
grade than any other manufacturer, it equals hand*
sewed shoes costing from 84.00 to (5.00.
ttR 00 Genuine Hand-sewed, the finest calf
fPmfm shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals Freucn
Imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to $12.00.
Ot A 00' Hand-Sowed Welt Mine, lino calf.
stylish, comfortable and durable. The best;
shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as cus
tom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00.
<EO 30 Police Shoe: Farmers. Railroad Men.
and Letter Carriers all wearthem; nnecalf.
seamless, smooth inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edge. One pair will wear ayear.
SfiO **0 flue calf; no better shoe ever offered at
■Vsfia this price; oue trial wilt convince thosa
who want a shoo for comfort and service.
Ctn SIS nnd $2.00 Worklngmnn's shoes
fPrnrnm are very strong r.nd durable. Those who.
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
Rf>Ve' $2.00 and $1.75 school shoes aro
SHSwJ 0 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell
ou their merits, as tho increasing sales show.
■ Off Sacs $3.00 llnnd-scwcd shoe, best
Smd Vi Dongola, verystylish; equals French
Imported shoes costing from ttM to *6.nu.
. Ladies' 2.50, $2.00 una $1.75 shoe for
Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable.
Caution.—See that W. L. Douglas' namo and
price ore stamped on the bottom of each shoo.
BTTAKK NO r}CBSTITUTE._«I
Insist on local advertised dealers supplying you.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mans. Sola by
L. W. GODIN, 104 N. Spring St.
If flavor, purity, mildness
and aroma have no weight
with you when selecting
smoking tobaccos, why not
smoke cabbage leaves or
brown paper ? If you appre
ciate quality, you will ask
for MASTIFF PLUG CUT.
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmon Virginia.
Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install
481 SOUTH BPSINO STKEBT,
Between Fourth and Fifth Streeri.
Telephone 084. P. Q, box 1921. 7-21 -if
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist
" 5 « **« Kaitt St., liOi Anopsias. Cad.
Prescriptions carafully compoorded day sod