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JABEZ AND HIS NEIGHBORS.
What Pasadenans Say About
Treasurer Banbury.
They Think He Has Failed to Meet
the Charges.
Hie Feilow Townsmen Express Their
Vlews-Hls Alleged Explanation
Generally Considered to
Be Very Weak.
A Herald reporter interviewed a
number of representative Pasadena busi
ness men yesterday* to ascertain the pre
vailing public opinion in regard to the
charges which have been made by the
Herald againßt County Treasurer Jabez
Banbury. Pasadena is the home of Mr.
Banbury and the opinions of bis friends
and neighbors are especially valuable at
this time.
The serious charges which have been
made and stand unrefuted have raised
a very decided opinion among the voters
of that vicinity, of all parties, that Mr.
Banbury has forfeited all rights of sup
port from any personal or party feeling,
and there is no doubt but that, they will
most emphatically back up these opin
ions at the polls next Tuesday.
A general indisposition to talk was
manifest especially among the Repub
licans, who are exceedingly crestfallen
over the position in which their nom
inee for county treasurer has been
placed.
Jas. G. Rossiter, attorney, a strong
Republican, was tbe first gentleman in
terviewed. I'pon being asked his
opinion, he said: ' 'Colonel Banbury is an
old friend of mine, and it does not seem
Eossible that the statements made about
im can be true. The charges are, bow
ever, of a very grave nature, and if
proven would dieqnalify any one, in my
opinion, from holding office."
Mr. E. H. Lock wood thought the
charges could not be proven, but would
Tote for the gentleman in any case.
Mr. T. A. Smith said: "I am glad
that the Herald has|taken up this mat
ter. It is due to the people that theee
charges be fully examined into and Mr.
Banbury be compelled to show into
whose pockets the public moneys have
gone. Personally I have nothing against
the gentleman, but most serious charges
have been made by a responsible journal
and they should be investigated."
Mr. Joseph Simons, when asked for
his opinion said : "The Herald charges
are certainly .sufficient grounds for an in
vestigation by the grand jury. In jus
tice to both parties this should be done.
If Mr. Banbury has conducted his
office in an honest and straightforward
manner he should court such an investi
gation."
Mr. W. T. Clapp—"l don't care a darn
what the Herald says against Banbury,
I am going to vote for him."
M. A. Elson, a Republican and mem
ber of the G. A. It. said: "I cannot think
that Mr. Banbury can be guilty of such
acts as have been charged against him
and cannot believe they are true until
they are proved beyond a doubt, but I
would like to se the colonel effectively
refute the charges."
When asked for his opinion as to Mr.
Banbury's answer to tbe Hkrald
charges, Mr. A. O. Bristol said: "In all
my life I have never seen a more flimsy
answer to any charge than that of Mr.
Banburv, in replying to the Herald
charges as appeared both in his letter
and the charges, that appear in the suit
against that paper. If Mr. Banbury
waß innocent it would have been the
simplest thing in the world for him to
submit his books to the public, agree to
have Wells, Fargo & Co.'s books exam
ined and prove his entire innocence. In
stead of this he comes out witb a letter
that denies nothing and files a complaint
that answers no charges."
Mr. H M. Sargent stated: "I can nee
no possible excuse for the actions of Mr.
Banbury in this matter. The charges
made by the Hkrald have been most
direct and convincing. The gentleman
has been given every opportunity to
answer all charges, and it seems to me,
as a business man, that nothing could
be simpler than to prove by receipts
that he had actually paid out the money
charged to the county. As he has failed
to do this, no other conclusion can be
drawn but that he is guilty as charged.
As for the libel case, that has nothing
to do with the ease, but would seem to
be tbe last resort of a man in a corner."
Mr. Z. L. Underwood, a merchant and
Republican, said: "I am a Republican
and always expect to be, but if tbe
charges made against Mr. Banbury are
not disproven, I cannot vote for him."
P. G. Wooster—"l have watched the
case very closely, and it certainly seems
to me th.it Mr. Banbury has failed to
meet the charges in any particular."
Mr. R. M. Thompson—"Mr. Banbury
haa, in my opinion, taken a wrong
course in this matter. If he is innocent,
he should have made a clear, plain state
ment of what disposition has been made
of this $4700 of the county money, in
stead of instituting a libel suit at this
late date in tbe campaign."
A prominent Republican and also a
member of the board oi trade and a
neighbor of Mr. Banbury made tbe fol
lowing statement: "I have had long ac
quaintance with the colonel and have
in fact been a close personal friend of
his. When this matter first appeared in
tbe Herald, I bad no doubt but that
Mr. Banbury would explain the matter
to the entire sati faction of his constit
uents and suspended judgment until he
ehruld answer the charge. His letter
as published in answer to tbe com
plaints was most disappointing to me,
and I believe to most of the colonel's
friends in this vicinity. I most sincerely
hope that he can clear up these charges,
for as they stand at present they look
bad."
The truth of the matter is that the
Republicans and tbe public generally
are astonished at the charges which
have been brought against Mr. Ban
bury, and the fact that he is powerless
to refute them.
Tbe libel suit is regarded by Pasadena
citizens generally as merely a campaign
dodge with no significance either wav
except to Bhow more plainly, if pos
sible, the absolutely indenfeneible posi
tion in which the future would-be county
treasurer is placed.
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IN THE POLICE COURTS.
Minor Cases Which Were 'Acted Upon
Yesterday.
In Justice Owens' court yesterday F.
Forrest was given 00 days in the county
jail on the charge of petit larceny in
stealing a razor. Forrest is a recent re
cruit from San Diego.
Fiank Dirr, alias Joseph Darsey,
pleaded guilty to petit larceny and will
hear his sentence this morning.
John O'Laverty and William Mar
grave were fined $10 each for battery.
In Justice Austin's court yesterday
Tom Smith was fined $10 for battery on
Wm. Wilßon.
G. T. Leroy waß taken Charge of yes
terday by the police and will be ex
amined as to his sanity. He has been
in the city several months, ever since
his release from the Stockton Insane
asylum.
The case of Alberto Lopez, charged
with assaulting Joseph Alauzet, was
continued in the police court yesterday
until the 12th instant. It seems that
Alauzet, who lives on San Fernando
street, has two vicious dogs that are in
the habit of attacking passers. This
became monotonous to Lopez, and he
shied a stone at the dogs. Alauzet
came to the front with apparent hostile
demonstrations, Lopez states, when he
struck him in the face. Hence the ar
rest.
WORK OF THE POLICE.
PROCEEDINGS AT YESTERDAY'S
SESSION OF THE COMMISSION.
Monthly Report of the Chief—Liquor
Licenses and Protests—An Officer
Suspended—Routine
Affairs. |
The board of police commissioners
met at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, Mayor
Hazard in the chair. Commissioners
Mackey, Snyder and Shatto and Chief
Glass were present. .
MONTHLY REPORT OF CHIEF.
The chief of police filed his monthly
report. There were 279 arrests during
the month of October, of which 63 were
drunk, 42 lodgers, 35 for medical treat
ment, 29 loose horses, 20 for battery, 16
for disturbing the peace and the rest for
miscellaneous charges. Warrants served,
39; jurors summoned, 90; witnesses
summoned, 106; days prisoners in the
chain gang, 498; meals furnished, 2254;
destitute cared for, 48; sick and wounded
taken to receiving hospital, 14; bail
money to courts, $730; partial fines,
$240; value of property recovered, $1497;
saved by having the cooking done in
jail, $105.
LIQUOR LICENSES AND PROTESTS.
A letter was read from Bishop Mora
against the granting of a liquor license
to G. Aladino, to keep a saloon at 270
South Main Btreet. A letter was also
read from Police Secretary C. P. Moffatt,
reporting against the granting of a retail
liquor license to Steinke & Bruning, at
237 and 239 South Main street. Also,
from Police Secretary .rloffatt against
granting retail liquor license at 270
South Main street, although the appli
cant had a petition covering over two
thirds of the entire amount of frontage.
On motion of Mr. Mackey the petitions
were laid over until tbe next meeting.
SPECIAL POLICEMAN FOB MISSION ROAD.
In tbe matter of tbe appointment of
G. Talamartes aa special officer without
pay, for Mission road precinct, the
chief waß given discretion to appoint
him temporarily if he bo desired.
The petition of H. Glaze for continu
ance of vacation until the 3d day of No
vember waa granted, as having already
transpired.
TRANSFER OF LICENSE.
Police Secretary Moffatt reported in
favor of transfer of license at 141 North
Main street from Fred Hoppe to Peter
Mayerhoper, as he believed trie alleged
Bale of the saloon to be genuine and for
a proper consideration.
Charles F. Kuhl applied for a transfer
of license from Charles Lehmer to him
self, at the premises 246 South Main
Btreet. Laid over till next meeting.
OFFICER BAKER FIRED.
The chief reported the suspension of
Officer P. 8. Baker, on the 25th of Octo
ber, for being in an intoxicated condi
tion on duty. The charge of drunken
ness against the officer was made by
Sergeant Jeffries under date of October
1, 1892, who stated that he had removed
Baker and placed another officer on his
beat.
Commissioner Mackey inquired what
was the reputation of the delinquent of
ficer.
Chief Glass replied that Baker's char
acter for sobriety and good behavior up
to date was good. He had never before
been guilty of any negligence or offense
of any sort.
The commission then decided that the
officer should still be retained on the
force but must forfeit a half month's
pay, any subsequent offense to result
in peremptory dismissal from the force,
and the chief was instructed to notify
the officer to that effect.
CLAIMS AGAINST THE COMMISSION.
The following claims against the
treasury were audited and ordered to be
paid: Jay T. Conley, $12 50; Los An
geles Lighting Co , $88.80; Union Ice Co.,
$4.32; Thos. Holmes, $32; F. H. Long
ley, $85.
APPLICATIONS FOR POSITIONS.
Tbe following applications were filed
from tbe parties named, asking for ap
pointments on tbe force:
E. E Falconer, 52 years, and a native
of Scotland. Formerly a watchman at
the Union Iron works and also at Re
dondo Railway depot. Referred to chief
of police.
H. E. Griffin, position on police force
asked without pay, on account of beiog
foreman of tbe Btreet sweeping business.
He is a native of Massachusetts, aged
57 years. Referred to chief.
AN IRRESPONSIBLE COMPLAINANT.
Ad Comans, a resident of Lob Vegas,
N. M., addressed a letter to the board,
ln which he stated that a few weeks ago
he was in l.os Angeles and got thrown
out of a saloon in the Jennett block, at
Arcadia and Los Angeleß streets, being
very roughly bandied. He says they
have a curtain there in front of tbe bar
on Sundays, and people can go behind
tbe curtain and drink all they like; that
the barkeeper goes to tbe theaters witb
tbe policeman on that beat, etc.
As the complaint wan not verified,
and as the injured party bad not made
any complaint to tbe police before leav
ing tbe city, the commissioners decided
to take no notice of it.
At 3:25, on motion of Commissioner
Snyder, tbe board adjourned.
TOTT'3 FILLS are enemies to disease.
Children Cry for Pitcher's. Castoria.
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APOLLINARIS
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N. Y. TIMES, Mar. ioth, 1892.
MURPHY'S RECORD IN COURT.
An Alleged Counterfeiter in a
Bad Light.
Poisoned Sheep Cause a Curious
Damage Suit.
Yesterday's Happenings ln the Various
Tribunals—New Cases Filed.
Conrt Notes and Minor
Matters.
James H. Murphy waa paralyzed by
United States District Attorney Allen
yesterday afternoon, in the United
States district court.
It was caused by just two or three
little questions put by Mr. Allen when
he bad Murphy under cross-examina
tion.
Murphy squirmed and twisted under
tbe torture, but it did him no good, and
he was obliged to answer questions that
will probably have much influence in
his cane.
He is on trial, the second trial, charged
with passing eight counterfeit silver dol
lars at Fresno flats last year. His first
trial was only a few weeks ago, and upon
it three jurors were found who did not
find to their satisfaction that he had
committed the crime. It will be remem
bered that Murphy was tried twice at
Fresno upon the charge of having mur
dered his partner, McKay, near Fresno
flats, and that tbe jury disagreed on the
first trial and acquitted him on the sec
ond. McKay was killed by Murphy,
who pleaded that the shooting was acci
dental, and was successful in convincing
the jury to that effect.
Since his trial a few weeks ago on the
charge of passing counterfeit silver dol
lars the government has not been idle,
and there was some new testimony yes
terday which was very bad for the de
fendant.
In the main the testimony was the
same ac upon the former trial. Wit
nesses were examined who said that
Murphy was in Fresno flats on the day
and night tbe counterfeit money was
paßßed ; that he spent several dollars in
saloons, and amongst the money he
spent were several counterfeit dollars.
He played in a poker game, and bis
movements that day and night were
presented in a comprehensive manner.
A young girl was introduced, an en
tirely new witness, who lived at the
house where Murphy and McKay lived
before the latter's death. She testified
that she saw them melting and pouring
lead one night into moulds in their
rooms.
Murphy's defense was substantially
aB at the former trial, that he did not
pass any counterfeit money, knowing it
to be such. If he had any such money
he did not know it. He is very self
possessed and a smooth talker, and
makes a good impression on his direct
examination by nis counsel, Mr. Dunlap.
Mr. Allen first questioned the defend
ant about hia life during the past several
years, asking bim where he had lived
and what business be had followed. He
replied glibly that he had lived in
Idaho before coming to California and
been through several of tbe western
states, had followed the stock business
and anything he could find to make an
honest living. But he could not re
member any one he had worked for.
Suddenly Mr. Allen asked:
"Murphy, do yon know a man named
James A. Cross man?"
Murphy turned color and said, "I
don't remember."
"Were you not with Grossman,"
plumped out the district attorney, "tried
before a military court martial at Van
couver barracks in 1885 and convicted of
the highway robbery of a Chinaman,
and did you not serve three years' sen
tence at the Salem, Oregon, penitentiary
for that crime?"
Mr. Dunlap jumped to his feet and
strenuously objected to the question.
He was taken by surprise, he said, and
it was not fair to alow the question to
be answered. After some discussion
the objection was overruled. Murphy
appealed to the court, and said that he
did not want to answer a question that
tended to incriminate him.
The court quietly remarked that he
could not be punished again, and com
pelled bim to answer.
"Yes, 1 waa convicted of a crime I did
not commit," said tbe prisoner.
"Murphy," mercilessly continued the
district attorney, "were you not in 1888
convicted in San Francisco of petit lar
ceny and served six montha there, yonr
sentence for that crime?"
Murphy squirmed again, but was
obliged to admit the-truth of tbe ques
tion.
Mr. Allen then produced a slip from
the San Francisco county authorities on
which was pinned a photograph of the
prisoner, No. 9299, and Murphy admit
ted that it was his photograph.
This closed tbe case, and, it beinglate,
Mr. Allen had only finished his argu
ment for the prosecution when court
adjourned until this morning, when the
arguments will be concluded.
A Curious Damage Suit on Trial Before
Judge Van Dyke.
, Tbe trial of a novel damage suit was
begun before Judge Van Dyke and a
jury yesterday. It ia a suit brought by
Leon Gazave against 0. C. Steele and E.
J. Briggs, for $5000, for sheep alleged to
have been poisoned by the defendants.
Tbe plaintiff is engaged in sheep rais
ing on tbe Repetto ranch, three miles
east of this city, and ia the owner of a
large number of cheep. The defendants
occupy 1000 acres adjoining upon which
tbey are railing grain.
The plaintiff alleged tbat on or about
POISONED SHEEP.
January 25th of this year, and upon sev
eral occasions up to May Ist, the defen
dants put out poison on their land, and
also upon the land occupied by him,
with the malicious and felonious intent
of it being eaten by his sheep.
He alleges that the poisoned wheat
waß eaten by tbe sheep, and that 150
fine ewes were killed; that they were
worth $5.50 each, and he asks for dam
ages in the sum of $5,000.
The defendants bring a cross com
plaint, in which they deny that they
ever put out any poison as charged.
They allege that in January they had
800 acres of land in growing wheat and
barley, and that it was worth $10 an
acre.
They allege, that from the months
of January to July, incluaive, the plain
tiff allowed his sheep to herd on their
land and destroyed their crop, for which
they ask $5000 damages.
The plaintiff put in his testimony yes
terday afternoon, bringing a number of
witnesses who testified that they saw
Mr. Steele put out poisoned wheat on
his own and on Gazave'e land. They
testified that the poison they believed
to be strychnine, aB the sheep swelled
up and frothed at the mouth, dying in a
short time.
The trial will be resumed this morn
ing.
Court Notes.
Judge Wade granted a judgment for
$1423.34 as prayed for in the foreclosure
suit of Witherow vs. Baker et al.
In tbe foreclosure suit of W. Blythe
vs. J. C. Dune an et al., Judge Wade or
dered the case dismissed as to the de
fendant Johnson and gave judgment as
prayed for for $400.
A venire of 50 term trial jurors, re
turnable November 15th, to serve until
January 1, 1893, was ordered by Judge
Wade.
A decree as prayed for for $1000 was
granted by Judge Wade in the foreclos
ure suit of the Main-street Savings bank
vs. Scarborough et al.
Judge Shaw gave judgment for the de
fendant in the caee of D'Artois vs. Webb.
In the case of Cbaffee vs. Green,
Judge Shaw appointed John 0. Thomas
receiver and fixed his bond at $300.
Judge Clark granted a petitton fur the
sale of realty in the matter of the eßtate
and guardianship of T. A. Saxon, fixing
the bond at $5000.
The appeal cases of the People vs. Ah
How etal.,and Ah Wong et al., were
continued by Judge Smith to November
| 14th, by consent.
In Judge Van Dyke's court the pro
ceedings in tbe case of S. M. Sevier vs.
J. C. Whittington were continued to
November 15tb, to adjust the coßts.
The jury in this case returned a verdict
for plaintiff for $350 and $150 exemplary
damages, and for defendant for $50 dam
ages.
A complaint was firtd in Justice Stan
ton'B court in which I N. Baker charged
Bud Louis with embezzling a ton of
hay.
New Suits Filed.
Among the documents filed yesterday
in the county clerk's office were the
fol lowing:
Petition for letters of administration
upon the estate of Eugene Elftman by
Martin Elftman, the estate being valued
at $1675.
Southern California Insurance com
pany vs John Lang. Writ for enforce
ment of judgment requiring sale of prop
erty.
Rebecca B. Spring vs. AWilda V.
Locke et al. Suit on promissory note
for $300.
C. S. Delano va. Frank B. Alverson.
Suit on promissory note for $350.
E. Bouton and Long Beach and Ala
mitos Railway company vs. Alamitos
Land company, I W. Hellman and Jo
tham Bixby. Suit to direct Hellman
and Bixby to execute to plaintiffs deed
for a number of lots in the town Bite of
Alamitos Bay, and that any claim of the
Alamitos Land company is subject to
rights of plaintiff Bouton.
CLEARING HOUSE REPORTS.
▲ Week's Record of Busluess Done
Through Banks of the Country.
New Yoke, Nov. 4.—Following is a
record of the volume of business trans
acted through the clearing houses of the
principal cities of the United States, for
the week ending Thursday :
Per ct. Pe' ct.
Clearings. Incr'se. Deer'se
New York $814.405000 21.8
Chicago 119,511,000 25 5
Boston 116,802.000 2-9
Philadelphia... 89,327 000 28 ri
St. Louis 23.410,(00 1.8
fan Francisco.. 20,770 000 10 9
Baltimore 16,847,000 13 2
Pittsburg 14,959,000 10 1
Cincinnati 16,155.000 13 5
Kansas City ... 11,571,000 10.3
New Orleans... 9,560.000 ... 20 5
Minneapolis.... 11,461,000 17.7
Denver 5,020,000 7.3
Bt. Paul 6 307 000
Portland, Ore . 2,733,01)0 13.1
Salt Lake City.. 2,761 000 G.'d
Seattle 1,126,000 23.8 . .
Tacoma 1,478 OnO 44.1
Los Angelas ... 652,892 33.3
Galveston 8,660,' 00 .... 5.3
Helena, Mont.. 721,061
Great Falls. ... 327,120
Spokane 1,151,202
Total for leading cities of the United
Statea for the week ended November
3d, $1,398,798,448, an increase of 20 2
per cent, as compared with the same
week of last year.
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This remedy is intended especially for
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Mullen, Bluett oi Co.'s bays' and young men's
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Porßßle in Los Angeles. Oat, by GODFREY A MOORK, brngglsto, 108 tbHprlngst
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED
X ~ CPAUTCn NWVTNP The great nerve and brain restorer ie
Xl) ***W** n A 1""" sold witha written Kuarantee to cure ail
. *X) J# ntrvoos diseases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Fits anr«
,2V I J*r- Neuralgia. Hysteria, Dixzinesß, Convulsions. Wakefulness. Lost Manhood.
\" * Nervousness. Laasitudeand all drains or loss of power of the generative or
\g , y4mL gans in either Bex Involuntary Losses, or Self Afmso caused tiy Over Ezer>
tion. Youthfnl Indiscretions or lln. e-e of Tobacco, Opium or
Btimnlantß which ultimately lead to insanity. With every $5.00 order we
Befo*"9 and After Use give a written guarantee to cure or refund the money, t- a package er 6 for
$0. Spanish Medicine Co., Madrid. Spain. Address U. 8. Agents, Detroit, Mich. Circular Free. Mention papen
For sale in Los Ange'es by C. F. HHTNZBMAN 222 N. Main street
AMUSEMENTS.
GKANIi OPERA HOUSE?"
Under the direction of AL HAYMAN.
McLain & Lehman, Managers
EXTRA!
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
Btk and 9tk.
the t. c. duff opera company in
cavallkria rustic ana
: and :
trial by jury.
And the Great London, Paris and New York
Success,
MISS HELYETT
Bale of seats opens Wednesday, November 2d.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE]
Under the direction of Al Dayman,
McLain Sz Lehman, Managers.
MARGARET
ATHHR !
And her own company in the follow
ing repertory:
Thursday, November 10th,
THE HONEYMOON.
Friday, November 11th,
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Saturday, November 12th —matinee,
THB, LADY OF LYONS.
Saturday, November 12th—night,
NANCE OIDFIELD end THE EGYPTIAN.
£ttT" Seats on tale Monday, November 7th.
NEW VIENNA
114 and 116 Court street.
F KERKOW, Propbietob.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FREE, REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT EVERY EVENING.
First appearand on this coast of PROF. A. L.
GLrtABxN with his
$10,000 CHALLENGE DOG CIRCUS.
MISS LENA HOLT and MIS J LINA CREWS.
THE BffRTH FAMILY,
Miss Marguerite Berth; directress.
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11a,n..t0
2 p m. and from 8 to 7 p.m,
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOUtS.
The only place for imported Bavarian beer
on draught, aud Berlin Weill beer; also Lt ruu's
Extra Pale. 4-3 tf
AMUSEMENTS.
THE PALACE,
Corner First and Spring streets.
( Family aud Ladies' entrance on First st.)
— THE
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert every flay, from 12
1:30 p m. (during lunch hour).
i ALSO A GRAND CONCEHT i
Every evening from 7.30 p.m to 12 m.
The best commercial lunch in the city
11 a.m. tilt 2 p m., and (rom 5 to 7 p.m
A la carte from (ip.m to 12 m. 9-6 I m
ATHLETIC PARK,
Seventh aud Alameda.
BAS EBA LL, \ j
LOS ANGELES VS. SAN JOSE.
Last appearance of the Dukes this m aeon.
WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY | FRIDAY,
SATURDAY | HUNDAY,
November 2 ', 3d, 4th, sth and 6th
GAMES CALLED AT 2:30 P M.
LADIES' D.\Y FRIDAY.
Don't miss the last five games of champion
ship ball. 1
IJ'KEE LICTURE AT TEMPEKANCE TEM
pie,
SUNDAY, NOV. 6, AT 3P. M. ON
THE SECOND COMING.
By Capt J L Skinner, President L A. New
Church sotlety A hearty welcome to all.
* * acme: # * '
Dental om% Parlors,
: 226 S. Spring; St., Los Angeles.
( Between Second and Third.)
I All work warranted. Charges reasonable.
Gas given. Open evening!-.
I 9-28Smdw A. D. GLEAVES, D. D. 8., Mgr.
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