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• • © 1 rTH6 Goods Must Goi+[ v . ■ ci • We Give Our Reasons: I ■ TOWIT:-=Having bought heavily last fall for "Spot Cash" an enormous stock m • of Winter Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, etc., for Men and Boys, and being g • handicapped with too much warm weather at the commencement of the ssa= o> ■ son, we find ourselves |] iiii KH S Very Much Overstocked § • and must unload at once to make room for new Spring Goods now En Route 5 ■ from the East, and have made TREHENDOUS REDUCTIONS in every depart= 1 ■ ment in our Store. I 9 © ■ LIS 1 — Q ■ m 2 Men's $12 Suits and Overcoats CA 7C • • • Men's $15 Suits and Overcoats 75 ® • must now go at ■ T 7 must now go at ■ § • Men's $20 Suits and Overcoats CI 2 7 E 1 • must now go at *PiO. I © ■ ty J In fact our whole stock must now go at prices that will prove a sure stumbling block to all competitors. • © ■ M I Chicago Clothing Company, I J W. B. DUNNING, Hanager. ' 1 ■ WA • 125 & 127 NORTH SPRING STREET. © ■ Phillips Block. § 5 Yellow Awnings and Red Letter Prices. 5 • 0 ■ • m ■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■• m JUST ACROSS THE BORDER Arizona and Mexican Towns Are in Holiday Attire The rirand Carnival Will Open at Nogales Today—Elaborate Programme ot Arrangements Nogalei, Ariz., Feb. 23.—Preparations lor the grand carnival are complete, and the lestival will begin tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. The Governor of Arizona and his staff, and the Assembly and the Council arrived at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The Governor's entire staff and the Con gress of the state of Sonora, Mexico, will arrive on the morning train. At 12 o'clock Mayor Proto of Nogales, Ariz., and the Cortina of Nogales, Mexico, with the bands will welcome the King of the Carnival, deliver the keys of the two cities to him, when, with street parades, athletic sports, ball games, bicycle, horse and foot races, a grand masquerade ball will follow, The carnival will be a grand success, and the twin cities will do themselves proud. DANIELS ACQUITTED The Late Unpleasantness of Two Old Warriors Smoothed Over David Daniels was tried in the Superior Court yesterday and found not guilty of assaulting John Whiting with a pocket knife on December 25th, with intent to murder him. The two are old soldiers who reside at the Sunset Home. Daniels was picking his teeth with his knife after having eaten a big Christmas dinner, in which the flowing bowl had a large share. Whiting came up to him, and in a drunken struggle, which followed some "joshing" Daniels' army toothpick found itself encased in Comrade Whiting's abdomen. After the trial was over the late combatants went down to the pension bureau, in the basement of the Court House, signed some affidavits and went away as good friends as if there never had been any little late unpleasantness be tween them. Court Notes George Brazier, a native of Great Brit ain, was naturalized yi iterday by Judge Shaw. J. W. Summers, sentenced to ninety days in the City Jail on December 31st by Police Judge Austin, for being an idle and dissolute person, has appealed from the sentence to the Superior Court. James Lacy, who conducted a steam car pet heating machine within lUO feet of a church OS Centennial avenue, and lined $25 by Police Justice Seaman on the 27th of January, has also appealed. The "District Attorney tiled informa tions in Department One against J. W. Davis for perjury, in falsely swearing to certain facts at the Wilmington Justice Court, in the case of the People against Michael McXulty and others, accused of riot, John Vaughn, assault with intent to murder J. O. Taylor in this city, Jan uary 10; John liugar, burglarizing the room ot Dr. P. M. White, 128 North Main strcit.un Kebrunary Ist,and James Fergu son, burglarizing Henry Cooley's harness shop Decemder 25th. This is the season to get the best val ues and attention in fine tailoring from H. A. Getz, 112 W. Third street. Hollenbeck Hotel Cafe. Grill rooms and private dining rooms. Oysters on shell. EXCURSION TO PERRIS *A Chance for Tourists to View a Charming Valley On Thursday next an excursion will be run from this city to Perris, the lively young city in the famous Perris Valley in Riverside county. J. W. Nance, who might fitly be called the father of Perris, will have chage of the excursion, which is equal to saying that it will be a suc cess. The affair will afford those who have never seen this part of Southern California an opportunity of taking a delightful trip and of visiting some of the wonderful gold mines of California. Added to this they will view one of the wonderfully fertile valleys of the south and find themselves among orange groves, waving fields of grain and orchards of tine fruits. The young City of Perris will give them an Idea of a Southern California town built upon a solid foundation at a time when no boom existed. LOCAL MENTION The regular Sunday afternoon concert at Westlake Park by the Los Angeles Mil itary Hand will begin at 2:30 p. m. A meeting of the Commercial Travelers of the Pacific Coast, called for the purpose of organizing for the celebration of the coming Fiesta, will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the rooms of the Jonathan Club. The music at High Mass, 10:30 a.m., at the Cathedral will be Weber's Mass in G. At the offertory Miss Ethel Graham will sing a solo Aye Verum, by Millard, A. G.Gardner, organist and choir director. The Vespers are at 7:30 p. m. Today is (iuintuagesima Sunday, the seventh Sun day before Easter. flusic at the Park The following programme will he given at the concert at Westlake Park at 2 o'clock this afternoon by the Los Angeles Military Band: March, Pieadore, Sousa. Overture, I.a Gazza Ladra, Rossini. Waltz, Visions of Paradise, BenneL Selection, Maritana, Wallace. Serenade, Moszkowski, March, Our Rudy, Douglass. Overture Fra Diavalo, Auber. Airs of All Nations, Brown, Waltz, The Violet, Waldteufel. Spring Song, Mendelssohn. The Guard Mount, Ellenberg. Tin Roofing W. C. Furrey & Co.. 159 to 165 North Spring street, make a specialty of all kinds of tin work, including tin roofing and repairs. Estimates furnished on short notice. All orders promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. America Leads the World. JUST SO WITH THE GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA COMPANY'S CROCKEY TEAS CHINA COFFEES GLASSWARE SPICES THEY LEAD ALL OTHERS rOR Superior Quality Lowest Prices. HANDSOME rnrr - ft ... ■"tow™ FREE 10 ILL 135 North Main, 3SI South Spring, Los Angeles, LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. I DBS HE Large Sums of Money Paid Out for In competent Medical Services Dr. A. J. Shores' Low Fee System Indorsed by the Rich and Poor Alike—Words of Praise in Favor ol This Expert Specialty Treatment The average doctor's fees are entirely exorbitant, according to the amount of good that they do the patient. Not alone his charges, but you are made to go to the druggist's, and there another bill stares you in the face. It is not rare that you hear people remark: "Well, I have spent a fortune with doctors and druggists and I don't intend to spend any more." That is true, as many readers will verify. The DOCTOR AND THE DRUGGIST of today are the men who make the money. Dr. A. J. Shores has done away with all this high fee business and drug store rake offs. Yet while he has been educating the public to the fact that the best medical service could be obtained at the low fee rate of $5.00 a month and medicine made free, the high fee misfits of the profession have been saying: "Oh, Dr. Shores can't afford to do that. He will get tired of treating people for nothing," etc. This is a grievous error. Dr. A. J. Shores treats his patients at the lowest possible rates and furnishes all medicine free. His expert specialty system is the best known and most successful in Cali fornia. He cures more patients in a day than all other doctors together.and does it at a low rate that makes it possible for the poorest person to take advantage of it. Don't experiment with people who ad vertise impossible things. Don't be "hum bugged" and "flim-flammed" by a lot of irregular and incompetent men who imag ine in their own diseased minds that they are doctors. They are not honest enough in their profession to make honest an nouncements. What would they do when they have the patient's life in their own hands? Dr. A. J. Shores has from time to time exposed this class of medical pretenders, and the effect has been to drive them from the ranks of honest physicians. Read carefully the testimony given today from persons who have tested Dr. A. J. Shores' treatment. em mm Miss Flora Lawrence, Stenographer at the Bradstreet Mercantile Agency, Indorsed Dr. A. J. Shores' Expert Treatment Miss Flora Lawrence, a stenographer in the employ of the Bradstreet Mercantile Agency, has thoroughly tested Dr. A. J. Shores' expert specialty treatment in a severe case of nasal catarrh. Her prom inent symptom has been terribly distress ing headache, so severe, says Miss Law rence, "that I would have to give up my work in the middle of the day; my eyes were very weak and pained me, all from the effects of catarrh. "I did not know I had it, but after be ing cured I am convinced that Dr. Shores understood my case exactly, and can cure any ease of catarrh he undertakes." Miss Lawrence resides at 1318 Main street, this city. aim id i fevTr After Taking His First Treatment fir. J- E. Fithen ol Redondo, says He Experienced Immediate Relief Mr. J. E. Fithen, who is at present stopping at the Hotel Redondo at Redondo has tested Dr. A. ,T. Shores' treatment for catarrh and hay fever. In an interview with the reporter Mr. Fithen says: "Yes, lam perfectly satisfied with the treatment I received at the hands of Dr. A. J. Shores. I was greatly afflicted with catarrh and hay fever. Sometimes I would have to sit up all night, being un able to lie down from the feeling of suffo cation. Hot water ran out of my eyes and nose; my head and throat were also affected. After taking one treatment with Dr. Shores I have never had the slightest return of the hay fever, and 1 have gained twenty pounds, and in the way of recom mendation I cannot say enough in favor of this admirable system. Catarrh oi lie MM MR When catarrh of the head and throat is left unchecked it extends down the wind pipe into the bronchial tubes, and after a while attacks the lungs. Speedy and in expensive cur 6by the Dr. Shoies new system. Have you a cough? Are you losing flesh? Do you cough at night? Have you pain in side? Do you take cold easily? Is your appetite variable? Have you stitches in side? Do you cough until you gag? Are you low-spirited at times? Do you raise frothy material? Do you spit up yellow matter? Do you cough on going to bed? Do you cough in the mornings? Is your cough short and hacking? Do you spit up little, cheesy lumps? Have you a disgust for fatty foods? fs there a tickling behind the palate? Have you a pain behind the breastbone? Do you feel you are growing weaker? Is there a burning pain in the throat? Do you cough worse night and morning? Do you have to sit up at night to get breath? If you have these symptoms, you have catarrh of the brochial tubes. GfllonH ol lie IM The liver Is affected by catarrh through tbe disease extending from the stomach into the tubes in the liver. Speedy and Inexpensive cure by the Dr. A. J. Shores new system. Are you irritable? Are you nervous? Do you get dizzy? Have you no energy? Do you have cold feet? Do you feel miserable? Is your memory poor? Do you get tired easily? Do you have hot flushes? Is your eyesight blurred? Can't you explain where? Have you pain in the back? Is your flesh soft and flabby? Are your spirits low at times? Is there a bloating after eating? Have you pain around, the loins? Do you have gurgling in bowels? Do you have rumbling in bowels? Is there throbbing in the stomach? Do you have sense of heat in bowels? Do you suffer from pains in temples? Do you have palpitation of the heart? Is there a general feeling of lassitude? Do these feelings affect your memory? If you have these symptoms, you have catarrh of the liver. Cirri ol lie Ml. Catarrh of the stomach is usually caused by swallowing poisonous mucus, which drops down from the head and throat at night. Speedy and inexpensive cure by the Dr. A. J. Shores new system. Is there nausea? Are you costive? Is there vomiting? Do you belch up gas? Are you light-headed? Is your tongue coated? Have you water-brash ? Do you hawk and spit? Is there pain after eating? Are you nervous and weak? Do you have sick headaches? Do you bloat up after eating? Is there disgust for breakfast? Have you distress after eating? Is your throat filled with slime? Do you at times have diarrhoea? Is there a rush of blood to the head? Is there constant bad taste in mouth? Is there gnawing sensation in stomach? Do you feel as if you had lead in stom ach? When you get up suddenly are you dizzy? When the stomach is empty do you feel faint? Do you belch up material that burns throat? When the stomach is full do you feel oppressed? If you have, you have catarrh of the stomach, or what is commonly called dys pepsia. (Ml 0! IK Mitt. Catarrh of the kidneys results in two ways—first, by taking cold; lecon I. h ' overworking the kidneys in separating from the blood the p nsona th it have b \ •n absorbed from catarrh, which affects all organs* Speedy and Inexpensive cure i>y the A. J. Shores new system. Do your hands and feet swsU? Is this more noticeable in the mornings? Are they cold and clammy .' Is there pain in small of bapk? Is the urine dark and cloudy? Does a deposit form when 1 (ft st Hiding. Is there a desire to get up at night? Do you see spots flo iti ng before tin- eyes? Are the eyes dull and st .ring? Is there a ba I taste in the month? Have you pain in top o; liej 1? Is your hair getting gray? If so, is it silvery white? Is the skin dry and harsh? Is the hair dry and brittle? Is there nausea aft r eating? Has the perspiration a bad o lor? Is there puttiuess under tli 1 ey Are there" dark rings around ths eyes? Is the skin pale and dry? Has the skin a waxy look? Do you see unpleasant things while asleep? Have you chilly feelings down tlia back? Do the joints pain and ache.' Do the legs feel too heavy? Ml 0! 112 Ml Oil lIOL The must prevalent form of Catarrh, anc, results from neglected colds, ripssdy an inexpensive cvire by Dr. A. .1. Snores' new system. Is the breath foul? Is tbe voice husky? Do you spit up slime? Do you ache all over? Do you blow out scabs? Is the nose stopped up? Do you snore at night? Does your nose discharge? Does you nose bleed easily? Is there tickling in throat? Do crusts form in the nose? Is the nose sore and tender? Do you sneeze a great deal? Is this worse toward night? Does the nose itch and burn? Is there pain in front of head? Is there pain across the eyes? Is] there a pain in back of head? Is there a dropping in the throat? Do you hawk to clear your throat? Is the throat dry in the mornings? Are you losing your sense of taste? Do you sleep with the mouth open? Does the nose stop up toward night? This form of catarrh is the easiest v cure. 1 ... I i j. i m § SPECIALISTS, Parlors I ( 5,6 Relet Nock. CO/?.. FIRST AND BROADWAY, OPPOSITE TIMES OFFICE. Specialties — Catarrh, Asthma, flronohltli Nervous uiseases KheumatNtn, lAlng trouble and all clirouic affaotloiid of the stomach llv r and kidneys. Otßce Hours-9 to 12 mornings; -1 to "i u(t»r noons: 7 to 8 evenings; Sundays 10 to 12 m 4l»-Persoiis living at a distance send for tr alise on Catarrh and Chronic Diseases.