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A Large Cheek-Bryson Pays Up. DAILY HERALD. War Department Signal Service United States Army. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the benefitof Commerce aud Agriculture. Re aonof observations taken at Loa Augeles, Cal, April 18.18872 ,l 1 y sM 9 2" S I* l IT I I' I 3 2 II I • I I a a \n 3 i f | f_ Hi tiß AM.I 80,15 4i> «iNE 151 Fair 0 p.m. 88.18; 61 SO S UC dy T«7 r.M.I 30.1? i 54 60 |W[ 41 Cldy Maximum temperature, 62.0. Minimum temperature, 41.0. Clerk Teed yesterday received from John Bryson a certified oheck on the Los Angeles National Bankfor $119,000. This was the balanoe of the payment on the lot 103x120 feet on the corrn rof South Spring and Second streets, $1000 having been paid previously. This was the largest oheck ever turned over by the Clerk to the Treasurer for any single item in the history of tbe city. It might be remarked that the Herald bad a little to do with Mr. Bryson com ing to time. The interest on $119,000 Is nearly as good to the city as to Mr. Bryson. Sheriff Kays has spared no efforts to capture the prisoners who escaped from the county jail on Tuesday night. He has offered $480 reward for the capture of tbe prisoners, or $30 each. Deputy Constable Alfredo Arguello yesterday caught one of the escapes on the Los Alamos rancho. The one caught is Miguel Eati ado, and he was the last one to get out of the jail door. News Notes. Joseph Encinas, of Maricopa, Arizona bas been appointed a railway mail agent between Los Angeles and Deming. Mr. Edmund Mulvihill, an esteemed citizen of this oity, died yesterday. He wss tbe father of Mrs. M. T. Collins. The new Ahrens engine "Walter S. Moore No. 4," arrived yesterday and will be tested on Saturday. It is a tine looking machine. The regular spring vacation of the pub lic schools will oommenoe on the open lag of the Teachers' Institute April 18th, aad continue to May 2d. The Rancho San Jacinto Viejo, the property of the Estudillos, was sold yes terday to new people, mostly Germans. The area is about 11,000 acres, the price $36,000 or about $13 per aore. The Lynch-Vandever contest was con tinued yesterday until to-day, because George J. Denis was unable to preside, on account of business in the District Attorney's office. Captain \V. H. Sea- 1 mans will officiate during the remainder of the bearing of the testimony. The Abstract Title Insurance Compa ny yesterday purchased the northwest comer of Franklin and New High streets for $14,500. They will erect a three-story and basement brick and iron building for their abstract business, to be thoroughly fireproof throughout, i- Yesterday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock the horses attached to a milk wagon be came frightened on Temple street and ran down to Main, where they tnrned and ran to San Fernando street, where they turned again and continued in their flight nntU tired out in tbe sand. No one was hurt and the wagon was unin jured. Mr. Sanborn, whose large transactions at San Gabriel, in real estate, were men tioned in the Herald a few days ago, has since then bought Mr. Fcord's place, fifty acres, near the great Rose Sunny Slope tract. The price named is $50, --000, or $1000 an acre. This is where the water for the land on the lower levels is to come from. It is reported that Mr. Sanborn is also negotiating for Mr. Titus' ranch, adjoining Mr. Foord's. Mr. Titus has over 200 acres and holds it at probably $250,000. J. L. Vignei left yesterday for Sau Francisco, where he will remain a few days and then go to Virginia City to at tend the sessions of the annualencamp ment of the Native Sons of the Golden West. Mr. Vignea was elected to rep resent tbe Los Angeles Parlor in con junction with Homer C. Katz. This is the third consecutive time that Mr. Vignes bas been elected to represe nt the order, and as such honors do not go a begging it speaks volumes for his popu larity. ' B, J. Tobin yesterday purchased the lumber lo erect a pavilion, grand stand aad club house at Santa Monica, near the Hotel Arcadia. He will have splen did baseball grounds and a bicycle track. The place will be opened on the first of May and will be conducted in the nicest possible manner. There will be a band of music iv attendance each Sunday. Baseball will enliven the afternoons and dancing and picnics will also be fea tures. There will be no gambling al lowed and drunkenness will be frowned down on. A much-wanted young man is Harry Hasford, who has been in the employ of Conlan & Howland for some time past. He waa discharged last week aud has not been seen since. Orders from vari ous firms have been accumulating very rapidly at the office of Conlan & How land. It appears that Hasford has been in the habit of purchasing goods and giving orders on tbat firm for tbe pay ment thereof, tbe amounts to be charged to bim. This Messrs. Conlan & How land refuse to do, under the circum stances, and in consequence his creditors are looking for him. Mrs. Lydia Harris, wife of Col, T. S. Harris, editor of the Antelope Valley Newt, published at Roaamond, died yesterday afternoon in this city. She had recently undergone a surgical oper ation, which was successfully performed; but caught a severe cold last Saturday, Which resulted in peritouiti". and death. Mrs. Hatris was a true woman, and f - ently beloved by all who knew her. he blow will fall with great severity on her husband, who had just established a pleasant home for her in his new loca tion. The Herald sympathizes with the Colonel in his great bereavement. The funeral will take place from tbe parlors of Orr & Sutch, at 3 r. m. to-day. The deceased lady's husband was a member of Los Angeles Lodge No. 42, F. and A. M., and therefore the re mains will be deposited in the Masonic cemetery. Personal Mention. E. E MoKinney, of St. Jo, Mo., is in the city. Col. A. B. Paris, District Attorney of San Bernardino county, is in the city. Mrs. J. A. Barnes, of Santa Rosa, is visiting Mrs. S. A. Randall of this city. Hon. Byron Waters, of San Bernar dino, is visiting Los Angeles on law business. Mrs. W. H. Blodgett, Miss Blodgett ana W. H. Blodgett, of St. Louis, are at the Nadeau. John G. Rumney, Geo. H. Russell and Levi L. Barlow, of Detroit, are at the Nadeau. Chas. Goodall, Miss T. Goodall and Miss Ella Goodall, of San Francisoo, are at the Nadeau. Hon. J. Fred Hclbrook, the great ex ponent of pure American ideas, was at Long Beach yesterday. Mr. E. D. Keck, of Boston, a promi nent teacher of singing, is in the city and will probably locate here. Dr. T. B. Lester and wife, of Kansas City, Mo , is visiting S. A. Randall, cor ncr of Ninth and Alvarado streets. Bishop Kip arrived from San Fran cisco yesterday and went toSan Gabriel, where he is the guest of Mrs. B. D Wilson. Col. I". D. Mott'noes up to San Fran, eiaoo by the train to-day. He will re tarn in a few days with hia daughter, Mian Gteorgie, who has been making a iittia visit to friends in the B»y City. LOS ANGELES DAILY HETtALD. APRIL 14 . 1887. BIISCELLANEOI >. More Presents! WE HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF I'UESENTS, To thosS who failed to receive their presents during the past week we would say that il you will come to us now we will give you all your presents. Come early if you want an ELEGANT PRESENT WITH ALL YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES. We have also receivedjauother iuvoice of those splendid $2.75 Ladles' French Kid Button. Shoes. HEADQUARTERS Boot and Sboc House, 80» IV. Main St., Downer Block. . LLMUfftH STATIONERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, s^s BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 215,217,219 "MS* SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Bank Supplies, Slock Certificates BONDB, MAPS, VIEWS. Raisin Labels, and Labels ot All Kinds, iVSIIOW CAKDS.-tM. Address, lor samples or estimates, W. A. VANDERCOOK, Resiobmt Agent, Nadeau Bouse, Los Angeles, Cal. sp 12-1 m NOTICE OF SALE. \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT VI il to lOo'clook a. m. ou Saturday, the 16th day of April, I wilt receive bids in writing for" the stock of goods, wares and merchan dise, store fixtures and tale, horse, wagon and harness, formerly belonging to Ihe Brm of Phillips, Finney iz Walker, at the office of Ileilmari, IMas & Co., ou Los Au geles street, In tbis city, sud if no satisfac tory bid is received of the (»me by tbat time, I will at the hour and day above in dicated sell all of said properly at nubile auction, at the store formerly occupied by said Phillips. Finney & Walker, on Main street, near California street (in the Morris Vineyard tract ) Terms of sale, cash in gold coin. For inspection of said property apply to me. ABE HAAS. April 13,1557. al4 3t The Escapes. The First Ward. The Democrats of tho First wird last night nominated Mr. W. Vickery as a candidate for Councilman. The elec tion takes place to-morrow, and the people of the First ward will surely con sult their best interests by electing Mr. Vickery. He is an old resident and thoroughly understands the needs of the : ward. The Republicans have nominated a Mr, Gibb?. Removal. The old established fire insurance agency of Wm. J. Brodrick has beeu re moved from No. 6 to No. 10 Commercial street. Santa Monica Auction Sale Of residence and business lots continued again to-day. Yesterday's sales amount ed to eighteen thousand dollars and was conducted by E. W. Noyes in a masterly manner.. The purchasers were Mr. John Jones, Mrs. Eliza Kimball, Mr. A, E. Dixon. Mr. Houser, Mr. Teed (who sold for a handsome cash advance before taking tbe train home), Mr. A. Rob inson, H. C. Graham, E. Jackson, M, A, Forestall, James Bethune. Mrs. J. Houser, Joseph Bayer, J. R. Bethune. The public are respectfully invited to at tend the sale to-day. Take the 9:30 train, returning at ,3 p. M. R. S. Baker. Walter Van Dyke. Removed. Office of the Travelers' Insurance Company of Hartford has been removed from No. b to No. 10 Commercial street. W. J. Brodrick, Agent. Peoples' Store. To-day our first special sale of parasols takes place. Our Boston buyers have sent us the largest invoice of these goods that have ever been received iv Los Angeles, and the only reason we bave bought so largely of them Is that we got them at our own prices, and are consequently enabled to offer them at prices which arc really as tonishing. For the past few days we have bad a beautiful assortment of all shades and styles with novelty handles, iv our window to show the ladies what we intend to do with tbem. They will be ou our counters to-d:\y at $1.1)5 each, and are worth fmly 84, In addition to that Hue we will offer fancy poncee lace-trimmed at 82.25, worth (4 50. Black satin-lined and lace trimmed at S?OS. worth 15. Childreos' sizes at 25c,worth 50c, and many other styles aud prices too numerous to mention. In our Shoe Department we will again surprise the public with our bargains, such as Misses' grain leather solar-tip shoes, worked buttonholes, for 81.75, worth fully 82.25. Childrens' pebble goat button shoes, sizes, Bto 11H, for 9Se. Childrens' Curacoa kid shoes, with or without heels, extra quality, for $1.25. In our Hosiery Department we have placed on tbe counter tbe largest, best selected and newest styles of ladies striped goods ever seen ln tbe county, at 25c a pair. • <> would never get through writing about tbem If we attempted to do tbem justice in tbe papers, so we will simply say call arouud and be convinced tbat tbey are the best value for 25c ever shown over a court- ter. Last evening we added to our already Immense stock of novelties iv tbe Dress Goods Department, some n*w effects in double fold grey goods, which we just re ceived from ihe East- They are really very elegaut Oue line is a solid t:reyof different shades with a pretty hair- ue silk check straight through It; they will he sold at 75c. Tha plain to match them at 70c. Tbey are 42 inches wide, all wool nud would easily command from 81 to 1L25 Another line, also 42 inches wide, in the newest shadesof grey, be: ?e. tan, etc., will be sold at 35c a yard. We will not comment any further on these go ds: just call and look for yourselves. ARCADIA! Lots in this Beautiful Town Still on Sale AT 106 NORTH SPRING STREET, L. A. MAPS WILL BE BEADY ON TUESDAY, TIIK IL'TH. PRICES WILL BE MARKED ON EACH LOT. TERMS. ONE-HALF CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS AT 8 PER CENT. ALSO 10 LOTS ON ORANGE AND FIRST AVENUES ; ANITA AND LORENA STREETS, AS ABOVE. H. J. STEVENSON, No. 100 NOHTII SI-KIM. STREET, LUS ANUEEES, CALIFORNIA. TO HOME-SEEKERS AND SPECULATORS I If you desire a bargain in handsome building lots situated in East Los Angeles, apply to T. J. j FLANAGAN, 269 North Main street, as he is offer ing his entire property for immediate sale, consist- i J ng of 100 lots. SSCSee maps at 269 North Main street. apl3-tf , THAT HACKING CoUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar uitoe it. C. F. Heinzeman, agent, Los An geles. DIED. PINKRAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. DOCKWEILER—Iu this city, April 12,1887, Henry Dockweiler, native of Bavaria, Germany, 611 years, 1 mouth, 13 days The funeral will take plaje from his late residence, 18 South Hill street, at 9 o'clock a. m., Thursday morning, April 14th. Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral on Main street. All friends aud acquaintances are respect fully Invited to attend without further notice. San Francisco, Cincinnati, Biooklya and Buffalo papers please ccpy. MULVIHILL—Edmund Mulvihill, a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 67 years. Fuueral from his late residence, 128 Pearl street, to-day at 1:3 i) o'clock. Friends ol the family are invited to attend with out further notice. COX—At Los Angeles. Cal ,ou April 12, 1887, from Injuries received while driviug across the track of the Los Angeles aud San Gabriel Valley railroad, Louise Rosa lind, beloved wife of Ernest A. Cox, aged :>4 years. Funeral and solemu high mass at Santa Vibiaua cathedral at 10 a. m., Thursday, Thursday April 14th. Friends are re quested to meet at resldenoe, 911 Hill street, at 9:30 a. m. without further notice. Toronto papers please copy. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity and wholesomeuess. More econom ics,, than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be i sold ln competition with tbe multitude of i low test, short weight, aium or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans. Royal Basino Powdkb Co.. 100 Wall street, N. Y. > mrt-ly I UEWIH HBO*., HHOE DEILEBR. ___„ A Home for Nothing! • TRUE PHILANTHROPY. WHEN WE GIVE AWAY, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Lots in Beautiful Garvanzo So that the Fortunate Owner Can Have A HOME IN AN EARTHLY PARADISE, We Believe We are Exercising- True Philanthropy. WE SELL, NO GARVANZO REAL ESTATE _»T~ WE VIVE I I AWAY FBE E ! "—f\ Even* purchaser will receive an equal opportunity to secure a lot for nothing Our Boots and Shoes Are Marked in Plain Figures. WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE, And we are the only BOOT and SHOE HOUSE Ln California that is giving away valuable real estate free. Photographs of the Land Can Be Seen at Our Store. LB"WI8 BROS. Nos. 10l and 103 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles. mr2B fim REMOVAL &ALEI«^ Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves! THE BEST MADE—TRY ONE ! MANTELS and GRATES, STOVES and RANGES Will Move April 15th to Our New Booms, Nos. 133 and 135 West First Street, Next to new "Times" bnildlns, corner Fort and First streets. CRANDALL, CROW & CO., Nos, 30 and 38 North Spring Street, Eos Auaeles, California, mlO 3m ALHAMBRA TO THE FRONT. The Booming Suburb and the Equal of Pasadena! ISTow is the Time to Select a Home Site IN THE BEAUTIFUL DEL-GO-SHAR TRACT I Right at the Southern Pacific Railroad Station, And lacing Garfield Avenue, the splendid thoroughfare leading to the Ray. mond Hotel, on which a Street Railroad is already in successful operation Many lots already sold. Do not buy elsewhere until you have visited this delightful locality, where all the fruits of the temperate and semi-tropic zones grow side by side, and where "health I 'and plenty cheer the labor ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as to ItVfl there and enjoy its SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE and enchanting view of valley and mountain. "DEL-GO-SHAR," which means place of plenty, telle the whole story. It is all the name claims. There is no place like it; just enough elevation to command a grand view up, down and across the enchanting San Gabriel Valley, only 7 miles from Los Angeles, in easy driving dis tance, and the nearest stopping point for the Raymond Hotel tourist. ra>lso CHOICE, LARGE LOTS, Co vered with trees and vines; Fivo Dally Trains eachway Mountain Wator piped to every lot; well graded streets; near the $25,000 hotel aud close to schools and ohurches. Prices'low and terms easy. Call for plats and lull particulars on FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY, Sole Agents, I No. 180 WEST FIRST STREET LOS ANGELES, CAL 1 i i 1 i mr'iltr m_—m_m t __ m I HOMES IN MEADOW PARK COLONY. FIVE TEN AND TWENTY-ACRE LOTS, »75 I'ER ACRE—ONE-THIRD CASH, ONE- ? third in one year, one-third in two years. Tho finest fruit and vegetnble land in I Los Angeles county. Every foot under cultivation. Situated 16 miles south of Los c Angeleslandl4miles[northwest.of Wthntngton near the ocean. , "■a*- FREE CARRIAGE from Wilmington, on arrival of morning train from Los Angeles, every Tuesday and Friday. For foil .calli on or address A. ». WALTERS, Wilminoton. Cel., Or De LACY A MAI.COLMSON, Real Estate, Insurance Agents and Auctioneers. 85 2 Temple street, Los Angeles, apl-im miSCEIEANEOFS. LEADING ALL COMPETITORS In the Race for Trade, JOE BAYER & CO., 2ft North 3taln Street, WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBEKB I California Wines and Brandies KENTUCKY WHISKIES, ImPOB T E 1» LI 4 COIIIi Zlnfnnrtel, Kieslliig, Hock, GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Mi-scat, Tokay, Ere. Also, 3 to 10 year-old|\\'hisky for medicinal use. Tennam's Ale, Guinness' Porter, Finest French Brandies. Gin, Blackberry wtne, Blackberry Braudy, Cider, Cham pagne, etc. CALL ON JOE BAYER A CO., 89 North Main Street. tMT~ Lowest Prices and Free Delivery. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Peruvian Bitters! JOE BAYER & CO.. 89 North RfaVtN Strnet. TO TEACHERS AND f*a-SCIl<»OI, OFFICERS. THE ANNUAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE of Los Angeleß couuty will convene in Los Angeles on ITlonday, April IS, ISB7, And Continue in Session Five Days. The Institute will meet for organization at 11 o'clock a. at, ln the Masonic Hall, en trance 25 North Main street, where the afternoon and evening sessions will be held for lectures, essays aud discussions. Tbe morning sessions will be devoted to sectiou work, snd will be held in the Spring Street School. All interested iv the cause of education are cordially Invited. W. W. SEAMAN, ap!2-7t County Superintendent. BENTISTg. ADAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING street, rooms 4 and 5. Gold fillings from t2 up. Amalgam and silver fillings, $1. Painless Extraction of Teeth by vitalized air or nitrous oxide gas, SI. Teeth extracted without gaß or air, 8 .50. Best sets of teeth from St> to 110, By our method of making teeth a misfit is impossi ble. We make especially of extracting teeth without pain. Office hours from Ba. m. to sr. M. Sun days from 10 a. M. to 12 M. d 7 tf SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED. M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.D., It 0( Pi h. 0 , Continues tOTreatSll tlio Various DISB&BBa OV TUB iikad, THROAT AND CHBiT, INCLUDING THE EYE, EAR AND HEART By His New and Complete System ol MEDICATED INHALATIONS, Combined With PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES FOR THI STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC. Office, 275 !\ort n main Stree (A few doors south ot tho new Postofflce LOS ANGELES, - • • - CULTFOKNIA BRONCHITIS. Acute Bronchitis. This is au luflaraatiou ot the mucin membrane lining the Bronchia. Tubos, %ua is one of the most emmou of all the pul monary diseases. It is a dangerous disease, as it prevents the oxygenation of tbe blood, and iv mauy cases, particularly after it passes into the chronic stage, the substance of the lungs becomes seriously Involved, giving rise to what Is very properly called Bronchial Consumption. In the acute form there Is a sense of tightness or pressure across tbe chest, with considerable wheez ing, severe cough and expectoration. Tbis is at first a white glairy mums, which after a time becomes purulent. The patient in somo cases Is obliged to sit up in bed, the oppression across the ohest. U so great, tbe skin is clammy and prostration rapidly sets iv, and in fatal cases there will be mutter ing delirium, coma and death. Chronic Bronchitis. Chronic Bronchitis is also an inflamma tion 01 the mucus membrane of bronchial tubes. But tois form more often occurs later ln life, When a cold settles on the lungs the disease either ends iv bronchitis or pneumonia. If it ends in bronchitis, it usually passes off ns a cold iv the chest, and still the patient does uot feel entirely well. He feels tired and languid, and Is incapa ble of taking his usual amount of exercise, and experiences a shortness of breach with more or less warmth iv tho palms of bis hands. Soon after this a cough appears, ae ' companied by an expectoration of thick mucus, followed by a beetle Hush, loss of tlesh and stsength, and night sweats con tinue, wheu tbe patient assumes all the ap pearance of having it genuine case of con sumption. But this is simply catarrh of the lungs, or chroulc bronchitis. ' Iv the latter stages of the disease tbe mu cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes softens, while the smaller tubes aud air cells of the lungs the mucus membrane be comes congested aud inflamed. There are nocivities or tubeicles iv the luugs, but merely a wasting away of the larger bron chial tubes, and dentil takes place (rom ob struction of tbe bronchial tubes and air ! cells of the luugs. The patient dies from exhaustion and and suffocation, being una ble to expectorate the mucus which accum ulates in tho passage leading to the lungs, which in some cases is sticky and small in quantity, but more commonly copious, of a light straw or yellowish green. Oftentimes streaks of blood make their appearance In the mucus, and at times there is a disagree able smell. Persons thus atllicted are very liable to take cold, at which time tho mucus Incomes c lear nnd frothy and is cot uncom monly tbe case that the patient dies iv one of these attack". Humid bronchitis (from humere, to be moist) is so called from the profuse quanti ty of watery secretions which comes from the air passages of tlie lungs. At times It becomes quite ropy, lite the white of an egg. This lorm of disease usuilly attacks old people. Dry bronchitis. This disease, the very opposite of tbe above, is a very common altection. Very many people who regard themselves as quite healthy are to day uu der Its inllueucc, and are slowly but surely becoming the victims of this treacherous complaint. This is the most insidious of all pulmonary diseases. There may at first bo a slight hacking cough, aud an expectora tion of a hlulsb white mucus. And herein lies the danger. This mucus Inhabiting the air cells of the lungs, being difficult to raise, after it becomes solidified, perma nently obstructing portions of tbe lungs, causing shortness oi breath, aud a feeling of oppression on the chest, particularly af ter meals or a slight exertion. After a time the cough becomes more severe and comes ou in paroxysms, aud as the shortness of breath increases, It almost assumes the character of asthma. The • mucus mem brane also becomes more and more thick ened, which arises from the frequent fresh cold, and the patient at last becomes fully aware of the terrible changes that have ta ken place, and the inevitable results tbat are sure to follow. Inhalation Is tho only system which will cure these diseases and yet the treatment of the two forms are entirely different. In tho one we must allay the irritation, while ln the other we must stimulate a healthy action. This will convince us of the necessity of fully undemanding the system of medicat ed inhalations in the treatment of the vari ous diseases of the pulmonary organs, for wheu properly applied tb' re is no system of medicine to be compared to it. Persons desiring treatment by this system of practice can use tbe remedy at home as I woil as at our office, and which will cause no Inconvenience or hindrance to business whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cured that I do not consider any case hopeless un less the disease had advanced to tbechest aud that both lungs are ser.ously Involved, Even then the iuhalntious aid us iv dissolv ing the mucus and In contracting and heal ing the cavities, which uotbing else can do with the same success. The very best references from those al ready cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Tbose who desire to consult wjth me In regard to their cases bad better call at the office for consultation aud examination, but, if impossible to do so, can v.'rite for a copy of my medical treatise, eontainlng a list of questions. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., 875 N. Nsln St., Los Angeles, Cal. Offio hours from 9:80 a m. to 4 r. it.