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Oxymel Club. DAILY HERALD. On last Monday evening there was a meeting of the Oxymel Club at tbe home of Miss Laux, 833 South Fort stieet. The subject for the evening, Napoleon, proved a very interesting and profitable one, ard good music wus rendered by the lady members. Tbe newly elected officers entered upou their duties, and the meeting was a very gratifying oue to the club. There are three new names ur.on the list of membership, Mr. 0. Haralson, Mr. J. G. Scarborough, and Mr. F. G. Finlayanm United States Signal Service. Reooit of observations taken at Los Au gelesVOal., April 19, -87, by War Departm't: ■*aaaS-i"Z i_L__ |W a- th.-c I « i N 81 W 64 W ■i 8 It lUMM (Mo»r >:rdy Max. temp.. 71.0; mm. temp., 47.0. The Illustrated Herald. A full supply of the Asncai. Hbkaipr •re now on hand. Newsdealers and others should avail themselves at once to send In their orders. No better evidenoe of South ern California's advautiges could be sent to Eastern friends. Officers Lindheimer and Moore last night arrested at the Pico Hou-e a com mercial traveler named Ed. Holmes, who is wanted in Sun Francisco on a charge of felony. The warrant does not state of what tbe felony consists, but it is alleged that it is embezzlement. Holmes has been drinking considerably while here, and was charged with being drunk and disorderly, to hold him until be can be sent to Sau Francisco. STRAYED GIRLS. A Subject that Should be Seri ously Considered. Below is a letter from Mrs. Watson, whic i is worthy of tbe careful consid eration of the people of this city. Some provision should be made for a young girl who through tho perfidy of some brute in human shapo makes a slip. Tbey cau be redeemed if the proper effort is made, and if the linger of scorn will relax its rigidity. Mrs. Watson tells of a harrowing case of a young girl only sixteen years of age, who is compelled by her father a d brother to lead a life of shame at home, and the gill only sees a life of shame before her if she leaveß home. On last Saturday night two young girls of this city, one the inmate of a family of the highest respectability, aud the other living with good, honest pa rents, left their homes, aud despite the efforts of the police have not been found. It is very evident that they read the stii3aticn published in some misguided morning papers a few days ago ot two young girls who had iett their homes and these two maidens thought they would follow suit. The Herald does not care to publish the names of these two girls, for they will doubtless be found by their friends and placed again in the paths of virtue. Let people tbink for an instant of the fate of a young girl who makes a misstep, and who has no loving, forgiving friends to look her up and cover her fault. That girl baa only one recourse, and that too horrible to contemplate. Au effort ehonld te made to reclaim such girls, and the suggestions of Mrs. Watsou are good ones. No Exaggerated Boom-No After Regret. Buy at your own door the splendid lots of South Los Angeles—JlCo lv monthly install ments. City banks of granite, brick and freestone are convenieut. Public schools on tbe premises. Hale's storo wit hiu easy baying distance andJevneand the Grange salesrooms for your groceries. Obtain map from the Southern California Land Corr. pauy. Baker Block. Excursion to Gladstone to morrow. tVo,> [«»■ store. Another big list of bargains to be sold at special pric. s to-dsy: Iu our Dress Gojds Department we will sell the full line of double-fold, all-wool goods, 36 inches wide, that were ou show iu our wiudow.for 30c a yard. Tbey are not o.d goods, mi a full assortment all of the new shades. In our Domestic Department we will sell a Hue of fancy ginghams, handsome new plaid*, stnnd.wd goods, at >' ,c per yard. to our Parjsol Department we will sell k full line of elegtnt parasols at H.W, worth H 00. Iu our Notion Department we will sell a large line of ladies' fsueycollars at .1c each, worth fully It! 1 a % and a maguiflceut assort ment of colored percale collars and cuffs to match at 2ac rer set. These go:ds are ex ceptionally good value. people's store. Excursion to Gladstone to-morrow. Something Worth Knowing. For *350 an acre we will sell you the finest land one mile from Los Angeles City, sur rounded by magnificent improvements. Los Angeles National Bank block, up stairs. WIESENDaNGEK & BONSALL. AN AI'PKAL, Los Anuklks, April 19. Editor Herald:— Trusting you will allow this a place in the columns of your paper, 1 pen a line to the public stating the necessities of the hour, and the urgency that demands immediate action. I commenced a work here •specially for children, having obtained permission to forward to ; he Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, San Fraucisco, those for which we have no provisiou here, I am receiving applications from parents and guardians (also girls who are strang ers here and need help and protection) to take charge of a class for which there is no home, every door is closed against tbem. Where snail the young girl go? To whom can she appeal for aid, to assist her to rise above a life of shame. With all the avenues of sin and death that wait to ensnare her, aud lead her down, tbtre is ntt tne place in our city where welcome is written over the door, to one who would turu from a life worse than death—cast out from society, friendless, what is left for poor, fallen woman? Last week I received notice that two young girls must be looked after or they were lost; yesterday three more such cases were reported to me. I appeal to the Christian public to assist iv •a work that demands immediate atten tion. The officers, policemen and judges, are doing all in their power; but, as one of them said to me, you have no home for them, shall we search them out and rescue thtm, to send them adrift again. My answer is no, it shall not be. This oity, famous for its unbounded charity, will surely respond to the appeal for help for this'class. They will uot "weary in well doing," till a home is providtu, where every returning wanderer will tiuu a hearty welcome. Very truly, Mrs.. H. A. Watson. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity and wholesomeness. More econom ical than tho ordinary kinds, und cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, sh »rt weight, atum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baiiko Powder Co., 101 Wall street, N. Y. mr'J-ly IMPORTANT INVESTORS! Valuable Property AT LOW FIGURES! Eighty acres choice land, two miles from the University; icracre 81360 Twenty acres flue damp land, ou Western ave&ue; per acre £50 Forty acr.s— lo acre, iv fruit, soil sandy loam, on Weste n avenue . 12,000 Five acres iv Lick tract; choice prop erty; per ace 500 Ninety acres, Lick tract, iv lo's of 5, 10 and 20 acres; ncr acre *;;.">0 and 400 Seventy acres in ci'tv limits, all sub divided into 310 lots; lots 00x140; wide streets, 20-'oot alleys. At a great bargain. A chance to double investmeut. Twenty threo acres, Marengo tract, Pasadena Fine tract lor subdivision; at a bar gain Sixiy-one feet on Spriug st., with two story building; now paying good rate of interest, with prospect of large increase 887,000 Sixty feet on Spriug St.; a first-class investment 25,0 0 Forty-flvo feet on Spring st., with good building 76,000 Sixty feet ou Fort st., 330 feet deep: *10,000 building; very near busi ness center; a No 1 lnve-tment 40,000 Sixty feet in the best business block on Spring s'.reet 78,000 Fifty-four acres on Maiu street: flue property to subdivide 100.0 CO Forty-five thousand acres of laud lv the San Jacinto Valley: per acre . 13 Four thousand acres choice agricul tural land: per acre 12 50 One hundred and twenty feet, corner Pearl and Sixth streets 14,000 New house aud lot, 1 bompton street. Ellis tract 4000 Five fine lots in Ellis trsct: each .. 1000 Five hundred nud sixty-two acres land adjoining city limits; excel lent for subdivision; per acre 400 Ono of the flues' corner lo's for a residence on Figueroa street; a bargain Three lot*, 180x190 to 23-foot alloy, corner Figueroa and Manhattan streets; elegant residence prop erty ; at a bargain Two new hard-finish; dc tta?es, one block from street cars, at a bargain. Beveral choice lots on Figueroa street at a bargain. Choice property on Washington street, near line of street cars, at a bargain. Choice acre tracts near city at a bargain, RUSSELL, COT& BRANDT, 31 New Los Amoilks National Bans, buildino / News Notes. The Board of Supervisors met yester day and spent the day in examining plans for a new Court house. The Southern Pacific Company haTe iaaued orders for tbe construction of a depot at Rosamond and an additional 1000 feet of side track. J. L. Ayers, who resides tit No. 40, South Stirirjf! s'reet, reported tho loss of a seal brown ov- rccat yesterday from a carriage on South Spriug street, south of Sixth street. Frank AlleD, fourteen years of age, came here frcm Riverside yesterday, ex ptcting to meet his uncle, J. C. Powers, but was unable to find him. Frank is stopping with W. C. Wright, at No, 22 Clay street. Answers havo been tiled iv the cases of A. Weill vs. Leopoldo Lopez and Day.d Caho vs. Jose Maria PwOchin, iv the U. S. District Court. These suits were brought to recover possession of lands in hunta Barbara county and the answer of the defendants places the mat ter fairly before the Curt. The beautiful eighty-acre tract, a por tion of Governor Stonemau's ranche, ami located near the Raymond hotel, has been mapped off and the lots will he opened to purchasers ar the Lin d Bureau office next Friday. There is no more inviting locality in the county for villa sites tnan this tract affords. With charming Pasadetta on one side, the finest hotel in the country on the other, Alhambra only a few rods away and a street railroad running through it from the latter place to the Arroyo Seco and Pasadena; nestled at the foot of a beau tiful spur of hills, and facing some of the grandest peaks of the Sierra Madre, a home in this tract will be something lo make life perpetually enjoyable. Personal Mention. Dr. Maynard left yesterday evening for San Francisco. Mrs. T. A. Stombs has just returned home after a year's absence visiting rel atives in Ohio and different parts of the Eastern States, The editorial sanctums, business office and composing rooms of the Tribune, will be moved shortly to No. 20 North Spring street. Jndge C. P. Hall, of Calico, is in the oity. The Judge is making a deserved success in the silver camp, both in repu tation and in silver. * W. H. Norway, the well-known and robust pioneer surveyor, arrived from Prescott, Arizona, yesterday en route to San Francisco. Mr. Norway has evi dently "strook it rich." Justice Wood tf the United Suites Su preme Court, has been spending the winter at the Sierra Mad re Villa, for tbe benefit of his health, lie ia euffer ing from ohronic diabetes for which no remedy of climate seems to be avsihibl . He haa started homeward but will not be able to attend to his judicial duties lor the present if at all in the future. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APKTL 20. 1887. More Presents! WE HAVE RECEIVED another large INVOICE OF PRESENTS] To those who failed to receive tbeir presents during the ptst week we would say that it you will come to us now we will give you all your presents. Come early II you want an ELEGANT PRESENT WITH ALI YOUR HOOTS AND SHOES. We have also received.another iuvoice of those splendid $2.75 Ladles' trench Kid II lit ton ShOCS. HEADQUARTERS Boot and Shoe House, SOO W. main St.. Itowney mock. FOR SALE, 100.000 Brick. At #0 per 1000 If Applied for Inl ine t lately. At P. 1MB*»•»•**■»*» gplfitf Office 201 New High St. THE NEW UNDERTAKER. W. 11. It ■OIIA X » H* New Ucdartaklng and Embalming Parlors, 19 West Second street Rest goods am* attention at reasonable prices. Special facilities for caring for remains prior lo shipment s*o2P~Olliee open day and night."tJEl i Telephone 024. aplti lm A Drummer Arrested. Better Accommodations. More Pullman palr.ce cars are now arriv ing via the Santa Fe route, which are to be used between bos Angeles aud Kansas City to sccommodate the increased travel cast bound. This company is also running daily emigrant tourist cars direct from Los Augeles to Kansas Cily. Excursion to Gladstone to-morrow. Ghirardolli's eaele chocolat is the most poputur drink iv the market. •prktj'i porter strengthens aud tones the system. The best malt liquor. You Will Miss It X You Miss It. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION To the Foothill Paradise, ONTARIO! Monday, April 25, 1887. $I.6O—ROUND TRIP—SI.6O THE CITY OF ONTARIO is known throughout tho country as the .Model Colouv of Southern California One o.' the few cities laid on a broad and liberal with wide streets and broad avenue-; it Is tho homo of the Orange, Lemon, Lime and Olive. Tho water supply of the Colony is one of tbe graudest features. It comes Irom the melted ► now ou Ihe summit of Old Baldv aud adjacent peaks, Mowing over the rocky bed of the far-famed Son Autonio Canon. Its educational facilities ".re first-class, viz; A college, two public schools, churches, gi nd hotels, ncwspa per, fifteen mercantile and other busi ness houses, aud the city is booming. We will place upon tbe maiket on Monday, April 25,1887. O rs j 198—Choice Business and Residence Lots—l9B f c j In Clublne & Oakley's Subdivision at Ontario, A lieautiful Tract of Land lying one-quarter of a mile on the west side of the lamous Euclid Avenue, adjoining tbe new Sent* Fe Railroad, and within oue minute's walk of the new depot. These lots will be sold ou long credit and easy terms, viz; One-thir.l cash, balance iv C, 12 aud IS mouths, at prices ranging from S2OO to $175 each. ONTAUII • is situated on two Hues ol railway aud a third is r.ipidlv app.-oachtug. They have four mail and ten express trains daily, equal to the transportation of many large cities. The famous Euclid Avenue, which extends from the railroad uo'tb to the mountains, seven miles in leugth, is one of the finest boulevards in America. It is 200 leet wide, lined on either side w:th Australian feru aud euca'yptus. Two central rows of fern, palm and pepper trees alternate within the limits of this magnificent drive. It is constructed for two roadways on either side and the eeuter for en electric railway, a part nf the ma terial for which is now on the ground. Slauding at the Southern Pacific track aud look ing north toward tbe mountain the view is grand in the extreme. Hut Irom the upper end of the avenue looking south, it is sublime, and beyond our pen to describe fltS* GRAND CREDIT SALE !*Ssgr ISTo A_uotion ! N"o Excitement! Special Bargains ! j MP*REMEMBER THE DAY, Monday, April 25—Go and take your sisters, your I cousins, uncles aud aunts—Avenues and streets graded—Pure Mountain Water unde ■ pressure piped along every avenue. On April 25th a reduction of 10 per cent, will be made to all buyers Irom list prices. After that date au advauce of 20 per cent, will be '< made j ROUND TRIP FARE, #I.oo.—Tickets for sale by Band holt &Co , 230 Nnrlh Main s street, or at the California Southern office, 231J North Main street, and railroad depots. ' Train leaves new depot at II: lO A. M sharp. Return tickets good on all trains this day. On that da'e we will make a reduction of one-third of fare from Los Angeles Pasadena. Riverside, Sa-. Bernardino aud all Intermediate points to all buyers Irom these places. Sile openß at 10:30 a. m. sharp. No choice of lots until opening of sale. First ' come, first seivod. For maps and lurther information, J CALL ON 1 BANDHOLT & C 0. ,-230 North Main Street, CLUBINE & OAKLEY, Ontario. FOR SALE—BARGAINS. 207 acres near Santa Ana; alfalfa, corn, grain or fruit soil, artesian water, elegant location. Also 20-acres, 6-year-old Huoat vineyard \% miles irom beautiful Tnstln, 2 miles from Santa Ana, \'% mi'o from street rail road ; superior location and condition. A1.-0 6(0 ac-cs of fruit or grain land in Beaumont; soil and location unsurpassed. A. .1. VIELE, Koom 23, Schumacher Block. WASHINGTON GARDENS. OSTKICH 1'AKIfl. BkT- BIKDS NOW ON VIEW QH Admission, 85 Cents. Take tbe Main-street car*, which stop at the gate. GAWSTON & FOX, Lessees. miSCELLANKOIIS. Joeßayer&Co's CALIFORNIA Wines and Brandies KENTUCKY WHISKIES rhe Finest and Purest in the Market. MT-COME AND TRY THEM I^tJKa I M. P O X T E D LIQUORS. Zlnfandel, Iticslliiff, nock, 3UTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Muscat, Tokay, Ere. Also, 3 to 10 year-old Whisky for medicinal ise. Term ant's Ale, Guinness' Porter. Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry A'ine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham >agne, etc. YOU CAN MAKE PURCHASES By the Bottle, Uallou, Barrel or Ilotgethcad. ALSO AGENTS FOR Peruvian Bitters! JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS, in I<i. .'lain Street, Los Aiigclcv. Azusa Land and Water Company. THIS COMPANY has again resumed sale of its remaining TOWN LOTS at an advance of 10 per cent on its first offering. Also, has subdivided about 5000 acres of its choicest land into and 5-acre lots and now offering the fame at $800 per acre, except corners, which are $900 per acre. Will ofl'ersame For Sale at AZUSA Thursday, April 21, 1887. At its office, 10, Court Street, LOS ANGELES, Friday, April 22d; at AZUSA, Saturday April 23d and thereafter both at its office and Azusa. ' ' TEUMS OF SALE. One-third cash, balance on or before one or two years, from April 21 1887 with interest annually at 8 per cent, per annum, 5 per cent, off for cash, and will be sold subject to leases for the present crops of hay and grain, the rents to go with the land sold. present The company, in its contract of sale, will agree to put water on the land on one side of each avenue in ran crete pipes not Iohs than 8 inches in diameter by January 1, 1888. This company has sold to the Azusa Airricu tural Water Company 0-11 of its water rights from the San Gabriel River, reserving the other 5-11 for the town of Azusa, for which said (i-11 the Water Company will issue to this company 5000 shares of stock and this com pany, in its contract of sale, will agree to sell and deliver two shares of water stock for each acre sold when deed is made. Water will, in the meantime, be furnished by the company under ita regulations. ap20-tf LEWI* BROS., NHOE DEALER*. A Home for Nothing! TRUE PHILANTHROPY. WHEN WE GIVE AWAY, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Lots ill Beautiful Garvanzo So that the Fortunate Owner Can Have A HOME IN AN EARTHLY PARADISE, '.V Believe Wo ape Exercising; True Philanthropy. WE SELL NO GARVANZO REAL ESTATE COT- WE «I V E IT AWAY FREE! Every 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»V3 the only HOOT and SHOE HOUSE in California that is giving away valuable real estate free. Photographs of the Land Can Be Seen at Our Store. LEWIS BROS. Nos. 101 and 103 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles. mr22fir.i AT LAST ! Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves! THE BEST MADE—TRY ONE ! MANTELS and GRATES, STOVES and R AN GES '■''"'&} Nos. 133 and 135 West First Street, Next to uew "Times" building, corner Fort aud First streets. CRANDALL, CROW & CO., Los Angeles, California. miMm ALHAMBRA TO THE FRONT. The Booming Suburb and the Equal of Pasadena! Now is the Time to ©elect a Home Site IN THE BEAUTIFUL DEL-GO-SHAR TRACT I Right at tlic Southern Pacific Railroad station, And facing 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 and plenty cheer the labor ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as to live there and enjoy its SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE and enchanting view of valley and mountain. "DEL-GO-SHAR," which means place of plenty, tells the whole story. It is all the name claims. There is no place like it; just enough slevation 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. CUT- 1 V> CHOICE, LARGE LOTS, covered with trees and vines; Five Daily Trains ;ach way; Mount dn Water piped to every lot; well graded streets; near tbe *2i 000 hotel tud close to schools and churches. Prices low and terms easy. Call for plats' and full particulars ou FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY, Sole Agents, No. l»o WEST FIRST STREET LO S ANGELES, CAL mr:iltf SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED. M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.I)., If, C. P.8.0, Continues to Treat til the Various DISEASE?) OF THE HEAD, THROAT AND CHEST, INCLUDING THE EYE. EAR AND HZ ART By HtsNewand Comp'ete System MEDICATED INHALATIONS, Combined With PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES FOR TltS STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC. Office, 815 North Jlaln Sf.ee (A lew doors south of the new Postoffice) LOS ANGELES, - - - • CAU FOKNIA BRONCHITIS. Acute ICronchltls. This is nn iutlnmnttou of the mucus membrane lining the Bronchial Tubes, n'.d Is one of the most OOBUnon ol all the pul monary diseases. It is n dangerous disease, ns it prevents the oxygenation of the blood, and in msnv esses, particularly after It passes into the chronic stage, the substance of the luugs becomes seriously involved, giving rise to what is very properly called Bronchial Consumption. Iu iho acute form there is a sense of tightness or pressure across the chest, with considerable wheez ing. severe cough md expectoration. Thlt, is at first a white glairy muois, which after a time becomes purulent. The patient in some eases Is obliged to sit up iu bed, the oppression across the chest Is so great, the skin is c'ammy aud prostration rapidly sets in, and iu fatal ca.-es there will lie mutter ing delirium, coma aud death. Chronic Bronchitis. Chronio Bronchitis is also nn inlUmma tiou 01 the mucus mi mbrane of bronchial tubes. But tuis torm more often occurs later In life. When a cold settles on the luugstho disease either ends in broncMtis or pneumonia. If it ends in bronchitis, ;t usiia*../ passts off as a cold in the chest, and still the patient does not feel entirely well. He feels tired and languid, aud is incapa ble of taking his usual amount of exercise, and experiences a shortness of breath with more or le-s warmth iu the palms of his hands. Soon after this a cough ppears, ac companied by nn expectoraiiou of thick mucus, followed by a hectic Hush, loss of tlesti aud strength, and night swoit« con tinue, when the patient assumes nil the ap pearance of having u genuine case of con sumption. But this is simply catarrh of the lungs, or chronic bronchitis. 1j the latter stages of the disease the mu cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes solteus, while the smaller tubes and air cells of the lungs the nitidis membrane be comes congested and inflamed. There are no c ivitics or tubercles in the lungs, but merely a wasting away of the larger bron chial tubes, and denth takes pisce ironi ob struction of the bronchial tubes and air cells of the lungs. The patient dies from exhaustion mid 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 smnll in quantity, but more comnvuly copious, of a light straw or yellowisn green. Oftentimes streaks of blood make their appearance lu the mucus, aud nt times there is a disagree able smell. Persons thus nlllicted are very liable to take cold.nt which tuno tho mucus becomes rlearand frothy and is i ot uncom monly the case that tho patient dies iu oue of these attacks. Humid bronchitis (from hume'.e, to be moist) is so called from the profuse quanti ty of watery secretions which comes from the air passages of the luugs. At times it becomes quite ropy, like the white of nn egg. This form of disease usually attacks old people. liry bronchitis. This disease, the very opposite of the above, is a very common nifectlou. Very many people who regard themselves as quite healthy arc to day un der its influence, and are slowly but surely becoming the victims of this treacherous complaint. This is the most Insidious of all pulmonary diseases. Tfiere may at first ho a slight hacking cough, and an expectora tion of a bluish whito mucus And herein lies the danger. This mucus inhabiting the air cells of the luugs, being ditllcult to raise, after it becomes solidified, perma nently obstructing portions of the luugs, causing shortness ol breath, and a feeiiug of oppression ou the chest, particularly af ter meals or a slight exertion. After a time the cough becomes more severe and conies ou in paroxysms, and 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 Inst becomes fully aware of the terrible changes that have ta ken plnce, and the inevitable results that are Bure to follow. Inhslntlou Is the only system which will cure these diseases aud yet the treatment of the two forms are entirely different. In the oue wemust allay the irritation, while in the other we must stimulato a healthy action. This will convince us of the necessity of fully underftnnding the system of medicat ed inhalations in the treatment of the vari ous diseases of the pulmonnry organs, for when properly applied thire Is no system of medicine to be compared to it. Persons desiring treatment by thls system of practice can use the remedy at home aa well 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 thechest and that both lungs are seriously involved, liven then the Inhalations aid us In dissolv ing the mucus mid In contracting and heal ing the cavities, which nothing else can do with the same success. The very best references from those al ready cured. CO.S*SI'LTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me In rcto.rd to thoir cises hnd better call at the nfRee for consultation and examination, but, if impos lble to do >u, mu write for a copy of mymedioal trrati-e, containing a list of questions. Address M. IIILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., 27S N. Nsin St., Los Angeles, Cal. Offla boon from 9:30 a x to 4 p. h.