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mostly piece* ot iron ond short, large heeded hob-nails, as well as a number oi smaller nails. Nothing waa found to indicate tbat the bomb was loaded with dynamite, and it is evident that It was not charged with gunpowder. The ceil ing of the chamber near where the bomb waa thrown ia peppered with marks made by flying nails ; a window near the roof ie broken and one of the benches occupied by the door-keepera is perfor ated by a large piece of iron. OTHER PERSONS IN CUSTODY. Among the persona in custody ia a man named Gaunet and a baker who givea hia name aa Guilletiere, whose skull haa been trepanned and who will certainly be detained for further inves tigation. At the hotel Dieu Vaillant haa been placed in a separate room, where he ia watched by several detectives night aud day. Le Noir, the engraver, who waa at first suspected of throwing tbe bomb, baa been released. The opinion ia ex preaaed that several of those not yet al lowed their liberty are accomplices of Vaillant. Suspicion rests especially on four persona, one of whom ia a man named Vincent, who twice gave a false address; the othera also gave false ad dresses and made contradictory state ments. During the night the police made a ■earch of the houaes of a number of suspected people, and are said to have obtained come valuable information. The condition of tbe injured ia satis factory, and it ia now hoped that no lives will be lost through the explosion. PRESS COMMENT. All the newspapers make an energetic denunciation of the outrage. L'Autorite and La Libre Parole lay the responsibility upon tbe teachings of atheists. Le Siecle cays: "It is a lesson to those who do not look upon the social war seriously." I,' Echo de Paris declares the Socialist party is answerable ior tbe outrage. The Radical and La Justice demand prompt punishment of tbe criminals. La Lanterne demands the extermi nation of those capable of such crimes, and adds that punishment should not be extended to those not guilty. Le Figaro demands special repression for these special crimes. Le Soleil says the government is suf ficiently armed and only need apply the existing laws. Le Oauloia is of the opinion that a great remedy for such crimes would be energetic measures against ranters of the tribune and press, who prepare bombs by their utterances aud writings. Le Matin is of tbe opinion that it is not sufficient to strike the arm which threw the bomb, but it is necessary also to strike tbe head directing the arm. Le Petite Republique, the organ of the Socialists, disclaims all connection with the author of the outrage, who is de scribed as a senseless coward. THE INJURED DOING WEI.I-. Deputy Le Mire is still confined to his bed, but hopes soon to be able to resume his duties. The other wounded deputies visited were found progressing toward recovery. M. Henry Boucher said : "My wound, luckily, is slight. I was standing, being about to leave the chamber to attend a wedding. I was the only person on the other side of the chamber who wbb struck by portions of the bomb." Deputy Signe said : "The outrage will undoubtedly lead to the concentration of the moderates, and the majority which the government will thus secure will greatly strengthen it." " A CABINET COUNCIL. A cabinet rjpjincjl wbb held today and the the law of 1875 dealing with, flylamite outrages, and recommended addst onal and stringent provieiona in rega*d to the use of ah ex plosives. The sentiment of the council was in favor oi additional laws to regu late press utterances, and for severely punishing any defense of crimes or any incitement to crime. The ministera present at the cabinet council alio fully discussed measures to be adopted against anarchists. Another cal met council will be held tomorrow, when the subject of dynamite outrages will again be considered. MEETING OF ANARCHISTS. At a meeting of anarchists today, at the house of a wine merchant at Le Valloiaporret, a euburb of this city, eeveral apeakers warmly commended the action of Vaillant. aud a!! rose and drank to the explosion of yesterday. One of the speakers at this meeting said the bourgeoise will certainly see more of Buch deeds. SOCIALISTS CONDEMN THE CRIME. The Soniaiiat-Coliectivii-ta held a meeting .thiß afternoon at Colonibog which was addressed by Deputy Chau- Yin, a Socialist recently elected, ne were all the other Socialist deputies present The houee where the meeting took place waa decorated with red ftagß. During the meeting Deputy Jourde de nounced the outrage iv the chamber of deputies, and said the Socialists would not co-operate with the anarchista. The Socialists did not desire to annihilate society, the only wanted fuller liberty. Deputy Quesde said : "After ttie recent victories of the Socialists yesterday's outrage must be deeply deplored. Our enemies will take advantage of it to at tack us, whom they confound with the anarchists. Our only aim ia to push our propaganda and obtain a majority ' in the cham'ier." A resolution calling upon the Social ists to unite, and urging the deputies to continue the demand for general am nesty, waa adopted. A FI'KTIIKR I'ONFKHSION. The police say Vaiilaut has made the following additional confeßßioD: "I waited for more than an hour belore throwing the bomb, in the hope a favor able chance would present itself to cast it iv a Bpot I bad picked out. At length, thinking the opportune time had ar rived, 1 arose from my neat iv the gallery and hurled the box, aiming it at Presi dent Dupuy'a table. Ao I did ed a woman, who waa in front of me, resenttid my leaning over and pushed me back ward. I waa thus prevented Irom throw ing the bomb exactly aa I intended. 1 did not intend to kill anyone," Vaillant calmly added, "but only to wound a hundred aud fifty or two hundred depu ties. I was especially anxious that Casimir-Perier Bhould be among thoss injured by the explosion." Madame Gerard, landlady o! the Hotel ale i'Union, Bays when Vaillant arrived at her bouse he only brought with him a small traveling bag. Farrar'i* Tribute r„ It rooks. London, Dec. 10.—Canon S'arrar wtiteß the Times that he is about to erect, in St. Margaret's church a small but beau tiful memorial to the late Pr. Phillips Brooks. So Chriatma* and Saw Veat'a tahie should bo without a bottle ot Dr. B.euer!. hnii ii. the world renowned i ; ■; •■' i ot ex quisite flay or. Beware ol coUilturiciu. PACIFIC COAST HAPPENINGS. Three Men Drowned in Lake Washington. Jefferis Acquitted of the Murder of Olga Ayres. Fogey Weather Again Threaten* to In terfere With the Olyrupla'* Trial Trip—The Michigan Geta Sailing Order*. By tha Associated Press. Seattle, Waeh., Dec. 10. — James Klam, Emmet Barbee and Joseph Wer nett, all laundrymen employed here, were drowned in Lake Washington early thia morning. William Stewart, who was the fourth member of a duck bunt ing party of four, waa tbe only one who escaped. They were caught in a heavy storm and their frail boat engulfed. Barbee, chilled in the ice-cold water, Bank almost instantly. Klam, thinking they were near the shore, started to awim and went to tbe bottom. He waa misled by a light on the chore, fully a quarter of a mile away. Stewart and Wernette made a heroic effort to paddle the boat to the ahore. Finally Wer nette failed and let go of the boat. Stewart reached across and caught hia arm. but could get no repooae. He yelled luatily, and when about 50 feet from shore saw help coming. He made a su perhuman effort and got the boat within 10 feet of the chore, when he became unconecioua and let go of the boat and Wernett. Both were picked up amm I ute later. Wernett wae dead and Stew art did not recover consciousness' till a late hour thia evening. The bodies of : ' the other two have not been recovered. THE OLYMPIA'S HARD LUCK. Foggy Weather Again Threatens to Mar Her Final Trip. Santa Barbara, Dec. 10. —After over a week'a pleasant weather, a heavy fog settled down over the channel last night, and has not raised all day. It is even woree than when tbe Olympia'a trial trip waa interrupted by it two weeks ago. A steamer arriving tonight eaya that the fog bank extends 10 miles above Point Concepclon. San Francisco, Dec. 10.—The cruiser Olympia will leave the Union Iron works at noon tomorrow to make her official speed test in Santa Barbara channel. Chief Engineer Morris says the cruiser's machinery ia now running without the slightest friction and ia in better condition than when the trial was formerly attempted. He is confi dent the Olvmuia will make an average of 22Ji knots. ' ROBBERS IN MONTANA. Two Bold Crime* Perpetrated by Un- Bcrnpuloo* Highwaymen. Helena, Mont., Dec. 10. —Last ni»ht two highwaymen went to the houae of John Bower. The door waa opened by a boy. A gun waa poked into hia face and he waa ordered to keep quiet. Then the robbers entered and drove Mra. Bower and three children into a bed room and kept tbem prisoners more than two hours. When Bower came home he waa robbed of $2ti and hiß watch. Then they left and are still at large. Two masked men held up a saloon keeper at Big Timber, getting $90. The Mohican Under Orders. San Francisco, Dec. 10.—The United States steamer Mohican came off Mare Island drydock Saturday night and will begin coaling tomorrow. The vessel ie under orders to # be ready for aea on tbe 10th inst. Her destination iB Honolulu. It is believed ahe ia to re lieve the Philadelphia now a llonoluln. The Mohican will be able to coal in three to four daya. Commander Clark, lately arrived from the Asiatic aUUon, and Executive Officer Wadham, lately from Washington, will command her. Jefferis Acquitted. Sacramento, Dec. 10.—The jury in 1 the Jefferia murder caae, after being out 21 houre, returned a verdict of acquittal. At on" time four were for conviction. , The inability of the proaecution to j prove that Jefferia waa at Brighton the night the station wae burned and Clara '■ Olga Avrea lost her life, was what aaved I him. I j A DISTURBANCE \ . I isn't what you want, if your stomach and I bowels are irregular. That's aliout ail you get, though, with the H!| ordinary pill. It may relieve you for the mo ment, but you're usually in a worse state after ward than before. 'Phis is just •where Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets do most good. They act in an easy and natural L«j»J way, very different from the huge, old-fashioned pills, They're not only I pleasanter, but there's no reaction afterward, p J-Sm iv "' * hc-ir help lusts. Due little sugar-coated IVIIet for a g-tillc lax- ativo or corree«iv< — three for a cathartic. 0 Ijßkwa Constipation, Indiges- II Bl *' nn ' Bilious Attacks, I f v'JflT Dizziness, Sick and Bil- I ons Headaches, are 'itli pt'otnj.t.ly relieved and i—~ cured, //iji They're the smallest, the easiest to take—and Utf the cheapest pill you can buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is re turned. You pay only for the good yor. It won't do to experiment with Catarrh. There's the constant dan ger of driving it to the lungs. You can have a perfect and permanent cure with Dr. Sage's Remedy. Baker Iron Works 930 TO 966 8D2N.4 VISTA ST., L.OS AKOELE3, CAL. Adiaiv.lag the Bomtkcrn Pacific grouudi, Xa> _ __ aafctati**. 7-ai LOS ANGELES HERALD* MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11. 1893 UNPLEASANT FRUIT. Hordes of Tramps Profiting by Governor Lewelllng's Order. ToraKA, Kan., Dec. 10. — Governor Lewelling's recent plea in behalf of tramps la bearing unpleaaant fruit. During tbe past two daya hundreds of tramps have flocked into Kansas, and the people in many towna and cities are demanding tbe sheriffs and other peace officers, not aubject to tbe governor's orders to afford them protection against the idle and begging hordes. City or Mexico Races. Mexico, Dec. 10.—Weather fine and attendance good. Five-eighths mile—Jim Cornwall won, Northwestern second, Morgan third; time, ljP4, t s . Three'-quartera mile —Guard won, Panini second, Haymarket third; time, 1.10. Three-eighths mile —Blakemore won, Tbane second, Sir Launcelot third; time, :37' 4 . An Hotel Panic. Chicago, Dec. 10.—Fire in a wooden lined dumb waiter abaft of tbe Great Northern hotel, thia morning early, caused great excitement among the gutata. The flamea raged furiously the whole length of tbe shaft, 14 stories from bottom to top, but besides burning out the wooden lining did no other damage. Federation or I.slxir. Chicago, Dec. 10.—Delegates to the thirteenth annual meeting of the Amer ican Federation of Labor, which opena here tomorrow, have been caucusing all day. The opposition to President Gompera ia proving quite etrong. Gladstone Recovered. Brighton, Dec. 11.—Glabatone seems to have quite recovered from hia recent attack. He drove out yeeterday and went to the chapel. It is probable he will stay here a few daya longer. Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis tewing machines. Drop postal card to 228 South Main etreet. CEYLON TEAS. 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Fine Silver-mounted Pocket Books, Opera Glasses, etc., etc. S. CONRADI, 123 N. SPRING ST., CORNER OF FRANKLIN STREET. 12-1 lm A PALATIAL PROPERTY AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. 23 acres of choice land adjoining the city, 5 minutes* walk rom the cable car, and on the proposed electric line between -os Angeles and Pasadena, which will be in full operation by Vlay Ist. Beautiful shrubbery, 80 varieties of roses, and a large md valuable collection of imported ornamental trees. Seven 00m, hard-finished, handsomely decorated residence; 4 elegant narble fireplaces, bath, closets and all modern conveniences; ilso 4-room servants' cottage, barns, chicken houses, etc. It Tiust go by Tuesday, December 13th, and is the grandest oppor uuiw. -ff or „J PrOpeiij =_ , m eaate-i «is* .- - icy avenue cars, thence over Downey avenue to third residence jeyond the lake. See MRS. AGNES PAIGE, [ MW OWNER, ON THE PREMISES. WINE WERffIANT,43IK. Main st. [B^m^ Telephone 38. yk IXL Livery and Boarding Stable GEO. PREUTZ, Prop. Successor to 1.. WILHBI.M. 836 S. MAIN ST. » EL B f HON* 307. . 'wmY//vC Fpecial attention in hacks, ladies' and genii, men s saddlehorns* Good rigs. Trices icasonabie Boarding at low ratea. Brick auhlcs J. M. Griffith, Pres't. J. T. Griffith, V.-Pres t, T. K. Nichols, Secy and Trees. E. L. ( handler, Superintendent. J. M. Griffith Company, LUMBER DEALERS And Manulaclurers of DOORS, WINDOWS, UL.INIJB * BTAIRS Mill Work ol Every Description. 1)34 N. Alameda St., Lus Acgeles, 16tf WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON, STE WW L_, Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Ett, JOUN WIGMORB, | 117, ill) and 121 South Loa Angolas BMsA A Cure That Cures! I-vvjvtia l have cured thousands, and can i IXVjVj cure thousands more who suffer as you do, of Emissions, tmpotency. Nervous Debility, Varicocele and Shrunken Paits, caused by !>e f-abuse, by a simple remedy which cured me, receipt for which I will send (sealed) KBEE to any Batterer. Address, with stamp. DAVID B. EMMBT, Englewood, 111. 11-14 lui_ LAND FOR SALE. BY TDK LOT OR ACRE, in Colgrove, Ca hueuza valloy, a western suburb cl Los Ange les, on the L A. Si P. R R. No P>*celike It lor a home. Location beautilul. ihe best of soil, water, climate, "Cenery, and Iroetlesf. Oo and see lor join-sell; a short driveput; or, take the Oahueuga dummy t »''; 0 l acl o ., o F S r urther information apply to C. colk, ci am street, Loa Augeles, or to SEWARD .OLE, Uolegrove. 11-u v GOTTRELL PRESS -AND FOLDER FOR SALE, A Great Bargain. The Cottrell presa and folder on which tha Herald w*b formerly worked off la offered for sale at a great bargain. Practically aa good aa new. Also a vertical engine. Apply to AVERS & LYNCH, HERALD OFFICE. Thia ie an unexampled bargain for caah. £2 DR. JORDAN & CO.'S pejm GREAT MUSEUM OF AHATOMi f 1061 Market St., han Francisco ■ «vlal (Between 6th and 7th Sts.) a tiWrv \ fl ° Rn< * learn bow Arondcrfully you s\\l VW ff isV. are m ade and how to eVotd sickness I aW vn d disease. Museum enlarged with ' \ I 4 thousanda of new objects. Admis • ■ eion 26 cts. frtvate Office— Manio Building 1051 market Street—Diseases of men: stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin and kidneys quickly cured without the use ol mer cury. Treatment personally or by lotui. Beat! lor book. _ ._ THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA Report to Comptroller of Currency, Oct. 8, 1893. RKSOURCKd . LIABILITIES. Cash oa hand and in banks »U43.7117 in Capital stock, paid In coin... fUO,OOO on United States bonds ItlO.tiOO (10 Surplus 8,000 00 Demand loans 133.720 60 Undivided profits 1»,7H4 I • Regular loans IIU.OOO 38 Circulation 188,000 00 School bonds and stocks iio.aou 08 Deposits 201.054 IS Furniture and fixtures (1,000 00 Expenses 8,480 07 *«ii3,S4B"s!) Maaatff •» Tbe Natloual Rank ol California is one of tho (civ banks that successfully stood the shock ol Ihe late panic and maintained lull coin payments right through. The Natloual Bank ol California pays uo Interest on deposits In any form, offers no spe-lal Inducements (or business other than rellabllltv when tho customers exercise their rights to de mand their money. In the matter ol loans It looks more to reliability than high rates ol interest, and desires no loans except Irom good and reliable parties, and then exacts good security, believing that ua bank Is better or more reliable than iv loans. DI RECTORS. 0. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFSKILL, M. H. SHERMAN, W. L. GRAVES, K. F. C. KLOKKE, OEOKiIK IRVINE, X N. MCDONALD. W. S. DbVAN, T. H. NEWLIN. A. HApt.KY, JOHN M. ft MARHI.It. STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO. N.W. Cop. Second and Spring Sts., Los Ansreles, Cal. BUB3CRIBED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000. A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits OFFICERS. W. G. COCHRAN, Pres't H. J. WOOLLACOIT, V. Prei't. JAB, F. TO WELL, Batfy. DIRECTORS. Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnson, P. M. Green, Tellair Crelghtoa, W.U.Cochran, B. F. Ball. H. J. Woollaeott. W. P. Gardiner. James F. Towel!. 8-1011 FABMERB AND MIKOHANTB BANK OF Loa Angelea, GaL Oldest and Largest B>nk In Southern California. Capital (paid «p) $ 500 <">o Rurnltss aad profits 780,000 Total ffl,2So.ouo •rricßßs. ISAIABW. HELLMAN President HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vles-Presldent JOHN MILNBK Cashier U. J. FLXIBHMAN Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. W. H Perry, Osro W. Cbtlds, J. S. I anker •faim. C. E. Thorn, C. Dncouintin, H W. Hell ansn, T. L. Duque, A. Glaasell, I. W. Mellman. Exchange for sale on all tho principal cities of the United States, Europe, China and Japan. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANE 101 8. Bprlng sireet, Nadaau block. L. N. Breed President Wm. F. Boskyshell Vice-President '\ N. Flint Caihler W. H. HolUday Assistant Cashier Capital paid in gold coin ff.'Oo (no surplus and undivided profits 28,000 Authorised caylial 500,000 DIRBCTORS. L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery. Silas Holman. W. rt. Holllday. K. C. Bosby shell. M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Kemioa, Thee, elees. William F. BosbysaaU. 7-1 tl THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELK." Southeast corner of First and Broadway. Capital stock, fully paid fflOO 000 Surplus , 75,000 R. M. WIDNEY. President. D. 0. MILTIMORB, Vioe-Pres't. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier. DIRICTOKS: K. M. Wldney, D. O. MlHimore, 8. W. Little, 8. McKtulay, John MOArthur, 0. A. Warner, L. J. P. Morrill. General banking business and loans on first class real estate solicited. Buy and sell first class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish Ing to Invest In first-class secarittea, on elth* long or shoit time, can bo accommodated. J 08 ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. t'KITBD STATKS DEPOSITARY. Capital ff.500.000 Surplus 82.500 Total 882,500 GEORGK H. BONEBRAKE, President. r. C. HOWES, Cashier. I. W. COB, Assistant Case.or DIRECTORS: Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green, War ren Uillelen, L. P. Crawford, C. A. Mairlner, Geo. H. Bonebtake, F. C. Howes. 0-15 tl CAPITAL STOCK S- 1 , 00 .'^?, SURPLUS 200,000 J.M. ELLIOTT. PresldenL J. D. Bit'K SELL. Vlce-Pres't. , FRAN A A. GIBSON, Cishler. G. B. SHAFFER, Asa'i Cashier. DIRECTORS: J. M. Elliott, J.D. BtcknelL 6. H. Mott, H. Mabury, J. D. Hooker. D. Mr.Garry, Wm. G. KcrekholT. Hmm m tP Kail nl'«fl«n nub lU. I.OS ANQKI.KH DIVIRION. 1»3 SOUTH MAIN STREJKT. YOUTHS suffering Irom results a» lollies or excesses, causing nervous debility, semln»! weakness, loss ol vigor and memory, despond ency, diseases ol the kidneys, blood and re productive organs, gleet, gonorrhoea, syphilis, varicocele, stricture and muny chronic and destroying diseases, HgN older in years, having too (request evacuations ol bladder, with losi ol vital ma terial, phosphates, etc woolly or briokdust depnslia In urine, which are symptomsot sec ondary seminal weakness, tho loss impoverish ing the vital organs. UOHtPLIUATHiNS—The reason thousands cannot get cured ol above complaints is owing to complications not understood by ordinary doctors. Dr. Llebig * Co, have discovered tha secret ol curing the comßitoationa. ritKK—fur confidential book and diagnosis sheet aent Iree on appllcat'ou, securely sealed. orril'l HOURS—U a.m to 9 p.m. Sun days, 10 to IS. THE BASKET. IMPORTED Wioes, Liquors and Cigars, 710 N. ALAMEDA HZ JEAN RAPPET, Prop'r. Telephone 18X 10-'iH I . T. MARTIN JS|HSSK«3KS3 D .aler In Now anl Ash Bedronn .suits, $18. Bewiug Machines, ffr», F. 10 and $28 481 a. SPRING STREET Kerckhoff-Cuzner MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLESALE AND BETA.'L am Office: LOS ANGKLK3. Wholesale Tard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, Asusa, Barbank. Planing Mills—Los Aagalaa md Posaona. Cargoes lurnlshed to order. C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist & Chemist, 222 N. Main St., Loa Angelea. Prescriptions carelulU; compounded ■**»** oivht. *"**.._ — TACOB HILF, /»jS©!o ' *J Manufacturer of TTisa /)r Meerschaum and Briar VEjbei A./ I'iie- KepHlriugol.il] klntls ptompiiy at- tended to. Terms rt a —y souable. First-class work. 122 South Main suect. 12-7 lm BANK OF AMERICA, formbbi.y LOB ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Tern pie Block. Capital Stock paid SB ■300,000. I owibs. JOHN E. FUTER ..... Presides* BOBI'. 8. BAKKK Yloe-rrenldessl 010. H. BTBWART OIUM dibbctobb. Jotham Blzbj, Chai. Forman, kT. Garusey, Lewellyn Blxby, B. laker, John X. Flatar. Geo H. Stewart. AVING9 BANIToFsoDTHBRN OALIFOR NIA, t),B. Cor. fprlng and Court >U., I» Angelas, Cal. Capital atoek $100,000 Surplus 10,000 OFFICERS.. J. H. Braly, President. Frank A. Olbioa, V.-Prea't. John N. Hun:, Cashier. Arthur H. Braly. Asi't Csshler. Director!—H. Jevne, J. M. Blllott, C. W. H-.« -•on, Hiram Mabury, Prank A. Gibson, J. H. Braly, R. W. Poindozter, W. G. Patterson, H. L. Drew, Blmon Maier. Intercut paid on all deposits 11-29 tl UNION BANKOFSAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 223 8. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. officers and directors: M. W Stlmson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay Pint Vic.Pr.it. Ca.likr C. 0. Harrison S. H. Melt R. M. Salter A. E, Pomeroy CRCURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRU3T k> 00., lit) 8. Main at Fire per cent Interest paid on teraa deposits. Capital stock ¥200 000 T. L. Duque, Pricet. J F. Sartorl, Cashter. W. D. Lougyear, Asa't Cashier. Directors: Isttlas W. Hellman, Herman \\. Ileilman, Maurice 8. Hellman, A. C. Roger', T. L. Duque, Wm. MoDormo.it. M. L. Fleming, J. A. drives, F. N. Myers, J. H. shanklhnd, J. F. Sartori. 11-18 Hot L~OBAN(iKLK3 SAVINGS BANK, No. 230 N. Main I) CAPITAL STOCK if 100,000 SURPLUS 38,500 H. W. Hellman, Prest J. E. Plater. V.-Prast, W. M. Caswell, Cashier. Directors—l. W. Hellman, it 8. Baker, H. AT. Hellman. J. t. Platet, I. W. Hellmao, Jr. Interest paid on deposits. Men;y to 'oaao i first-class real estate. Il l tl t~ 'ITIZENB' RANK, ' / Stlmson Block, Third and Spring. T. W. Brothertoa, President T. 8. 0. Lowe, Vlce-Pres't. F. D. Hall, Cashier. IHRICTOKS. »--■■- ■ "~Booairi~iT*l». "TO-TIT*. M'TIN STREET SAVINGS BANK ANii TRUST OtJJsPANY. 9 OV*ia! $200,000 4:t> s Maiu 8t„ "os Angelet, Cal. J. B. LANK«RSHIM , President S C. HUBBtLI. Vice-President J. V. WACHTEL Cashier 11. W, Hellman, X, Coho.J. H. Jonas, O.T. Johnson, w.G. Kerckhoff. at. W. O'Melveny. liit. to.t paid on an deposits. IP-»»Jt DR. WONG HIM, who has practiced mcdi cine in Loa Angeles (or 18 years, and wnose office is at OdO Upper Main sireet, will treat by medicines all dlssasea of women men and children. The doctor claims that ac has remedies thatsre superior to all otbsrsaia specific (or troubles of woman and men. A trial alone will convince the tick that !>-. Wong Him's remedies are more efficacious than can be pretcribed. Dr. Wong Him is a UnlnM* physician ol prominence aud a gentleman of responsibility. His regulation is more than well established, and all persons needing nw services can rely upon his skill and ability. A cure is guaranteed In every case in whlob * re covery it, poaslbio. Herb medicines lor sale. DR. WQNG HIM , HERB DOCTOR 639 Upper Main Street, Los Angeles Loa Angslf.s, Cal., June 17, 1939. To Tiig public: 1 liavo beeu Battering with plies aud kidney trouble for over five ye.us, tnd have tried several remedies, but all (wile I to relieve me. A short time slnee 1 tried D. . Wong Him, tJM!) Upper Main street.and 1 »>n now well and strong, and consider him a ilm class doctor. Your, R . 2388. Hill at., Los Angolo*,'!»', Loa Anoblkc June 0, isn:t. To TUB rttnt.it:: For ovor rive yesrn tin,-, been ttoubled with nervous aick-liesdueh" .n..i liver Lomptalut. I didn't seem in Pud any " ■ . from the many doctors aud ittenioinos ih-i tried until I tried Dr. * oug nITB, UUU t . ..• Main street, laoi now well. Your* truly, MIBSM. (1. HliU r,, AS Uiutuu arc, Lm Augelc,Oil. LOST MANHOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored, cgi.r orated Bneuaß Realtor ftiuirantoo to mire any iffi *p| form o( narroul pros* '.'j. I tuition or any disorder 1 **tfpy or the genital orgatia ol Js^^ef/' Before, by excessive use <.l After* Tobacco, Alcobol or Opium, or en ecu cios of youthtul indisciellon or over icteil;:en,:e etc Dizr-iness, Convulsions. Wakfl ulnes.* I ', ,ob:t'lia. Mental Ilepreiwi.m. tinftenlnr. of th* ilr-Aln-, Weak Memory, Hearing Down Pains, Soadakl Hysteria. Nocturnal Emissions, liperatatorrhtita. Loss of Power and Impntency, which •( neglected, may lead to premature old ago an"' i:i#ar.iiy. Positively guaranteed. Price..!. .iKt a box ; c boxes for $2.00. Sent by mail on receipt c( price. A written Guarantee farniined vitb every (hiortterreGalved. o refund the money if a peroiantni cure* is not affected. NERVIA MKDIOATj CO.. Detroit. 5f icii l'Btf£J£AN a. CARPER, 102 tl. dl'tlng St.