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How an Engineer Was Scared
By a Salute
Charley Webter, the Lightweight Jockey,
Will Probably Ride
tßey Del Carrerras Hal Been Working
Well and Has a Chance in the
Derby at Chicago
"Lucky" Baldwin's string of horses was
•hipped to Memphis on Sunday evening
The meeting at the Tennessee track opens
next Monday, The list of tlie horses is i
as follows:
sintispo b, b. 8, Grlnitoa '-clara P.
valon d. b. m. (>, Grinstead-Jennte D.
t:\ liorndo gr. g. f>, Rutherford-Uphir
hey el Santa Anita, It. 0. 4, imp. Cheviot- ,
Arapahoe, eh. f. 4, imp ChoviotATente,
Happy Day, br. g. s. Kmperor Felicity.
CaracOds, L>, c. 1, Kmperor Norfolk-Clara D. ,
Key del Cnrreres, b. c. 3, Emperor Norfolk
dura D.
tiranada, b c. 3, Gano-Gtenlte,
Alamo, b. 0 3, The Hook-A In ho. .
Santa Cruz, eh. c. 3. hu.porcr Norfolk- Vio
l.a Fiesta, b. f. 3, Kmperor Norfolk. Savanna.
Chlqutta, eh. f. 3. Kmperor Norkolk-Paola.
l.adv Diamond, eh. f. 3, Kmperor Norfolk- >
£\ Capllan, b. c. 3, Qeno-Miai, Ford.
Florentina eh f. 3, The ll<-ok-l.a
\a raloimi, D, f. "J, Kmperor Norfolk-Alalio ;
Auttola, be f.'-. Emperor Norfolk-Atalanta,
cinsi.sks, b. c. 2 imp. The Hook-Santa Anita. 1
Klaine, eh f. -', imp. The Hook-Sllter Anne i
lilt Coronado, b. g, 2. imp The Hook-Jen I
nic B.
Vi<a'ia, eh. R. 2, Verann-iierinosa.
Aiba, b. f. 2, Kmperor Norfolk-Santa \
A«i» Helle
\biatile, br. f. 9, Amigoßelinda.
Argentina, b. f. 2. "«no-i oily L
IR, miro. It 0. '-, Gano Cuban Queen.
Falling Water, b, g. 3, Kmperor Norfolk-
Ja nova.
i.a Vienta. b f. 2, I'mpertr Norfolk-VTente.
Alvaradn, on. g. 2. Amigo .Santa Margarita.
Santiago is one of tlie iio>t handicap
horses tn the country. Rey el Santa Anita'!
is the winner of last year's derby. In Rey
Del Carrares, Mr. Baldwin thinks lie has '
a three-year-old that will take down the
blue ribbon again this year. He is v big I
leggy colt, and last year had remarkable j
speed. On account of liis size, however,
he was apt to stop as most big two-year- |
olds will do. This spring, however, he has j
been working well over a distance of |
ground, and it will take a mighty good |
one and give him a beating at any dis
Mr. Baldwin has not yet engaged any
light weight boy to ride for him, but said
a day or two agb that Charley tvebber who
is now riding in San Francisco, would
probably be secured.
Rather an amusing incident took place
Sunday evening when the train bearing
the horses left for the East. The two
special ears containing the horses were I
taken on at Santa Anita station. Gathered !
at the Oakwood Hotel were Mr. Vnruh,
Mr. Baldwin's superintendent, and a
number of frinds. and as the train
passed they determined to give
Trainer Sink and his corps
of assistants a send-off. So they
gathered a battery of blunderbusses, shot
guns, revolvers, etc., and waited for the
train. When they saw the engine coming
they began waving their hats, shooting
oft the weapons, shouting and yelling. |
Tne engineer lost no time in reversing I
his lever and bringing the train to a
standstill. The express messengers locked
the sifes and barricaded the car doors.
Passengers hid their money and jewelry,
and everybody was excited.
When they" got up to Oakwood the
conductor was asked why the train had j
stopped. He didn't know, so he asked j
the engineer, and the latter explained ■
that he thought an attempt had been
made to hold up the train, and rather
than take chances of being shot he had
stopped the engine.
Some Young Stock to Be sold Here and at
Santa Ana
Frank \Y. Covey, superintendent of the
Palo Alto Stock Farm,'is in Los Angeles.
Today he will have a sale of some young
trotting stock at Santa Ana, and tomor
row a similar sale will be held at Agricul
tural Park, this city. Some colts, tillies
and geldings of the mo=t aristocratic
breeding in America will be offered.
Mr. Covey is one of the best known
horsemen in America and one of the most
The Odd Fellows Will Dedicate It This |
The Independent Order of Odd Fellows i
will celebrate a red letter event in the
history of the order this afternoon in tlie
dedication of their new Odd Fellows' Hall ;
which lias just been completed on Main
street between Second and Third streets, i
The building complete lias cost tbe order j
$40,000, and it is certainly one of the
handsomest belonging to the orguniza- ;
tion on the P cine slope. The dedication i
ceremonies will be held in Memorial Hall |
and will he of unusual interest. The fol- I
ling programme lias been arranged:
Music—Professor Carl Angelotty'! orchestra. ■
opening ode - Audience.
prayer- (j and Chaplain.
Dedicatory ceremonies,
oration —itev. W ill A. Knlgbten,
Remarks -N. E. Stephens, G. M., New
selec ion Orchestra
Address—Grand Master J. H. Simpson,
Benediction—Rev, A W, Edelman.
In the evening there will lie an exempli
fication ol degree work by the subordinate
lodges in Memorial Kail while a joint
meeting of Etebekah lodges and exempli'
ncation of degree work hy Una Etebekah
lodge. No. 172. is on the programme in
Fraternity Hal!.
The Ontario Bank (jets Possession of the Money
Robber Barnes Stoic
The suits of tne Ontario Bank against
• Barnes were dismissed yeaterday, by stip
ulation, in Department Two. Humes is
now awaiting trial in the San Bernardino
jail for the robbery of the bank. At the
time of his arrest Detective Goodman re
covered nearly 13000, which was iv a valise
belonging to the robber. The bank, hav
ing received v tip from the police, imme
diately attached the money which hail
been deposited with Chief Glass. Barnes,
through bis attorney, ma-lean applica
tion to Judge Clark lo have the attach
ment dissolved on tne ground that an at
tachment would lie only in the case of a
Contract* express or implied. The Court
refused to release the money, and Barm s,
seeing that there was no further chance to
get it again, consented to a dismissal of
the suits, in return for some little conces
sions on the part of the hank.
Chaperoned Party for San Diego
iin Thursday, March I4tb, Miss Whit
lock will chaperon a party to San Diego.
Panic- wishing to make the trip should
communicate with Miss 1,. L. Whitlock,
excursion agent and chaperon, care
Santa Fe oflice, 129 North Spring street.
Evangelist "lad ane
f The services at the First Christian
Church, at tbe corner of Eleventh and
Hope streets, were of more than ordinary
interest last night. The song service was
spirited and the special songs were excel -
lently rendered. Evangelist Macl.ano took
for his subject the Divinity of Christ.
His divine nature was attested by the
divine works He wrought, the divine
words He spake, the divine denth He
died. The divine uttes ation of his resur
rection. "Never man lived as this man."
He spake as never man spake. He died
like a God. and only a God could over
come tho grave and rise from its embrace
in triumph. The Hie of Christ was a
model for humanity to strive after, our
example is found in Him. The committee
in charge of the song service has arranged
for solos nnd special songs at every ser
vice this week. Much good has already
been accomplished and much more is ex
ported. Tbe public is invited to come
ami hear this earnest evang 'list.
Corsets fitted ut the Unique.
Life read ins, II; satisfaction guaran
teed. Fanny Green. 41 S. Main, room ,'!.
Henry J. Kramer will form a class in
dancing (or adults Thursday evening,
March 14th,
Rev. JL. tj. A. Henry, of San Francisco,
will lecture at Music ilall Friday evening,
Match 15. Topic. American Citizenship
Against the World.
Mrs. Anna Smti-te, mother of Mrs.
Stephen M. White, died yesterday at 4:30
p. m. The funeral will take place from
the Cathedral tomorrow at 9 a. m., at
which hour high mass will be celebrated.
Miss M. A. Jordan, of 318 South Spring
street, extends an invitation to the ladies
of Los Angeles, Pasadena and visiting
ladies to attend ii millinery reception
given March loth and tilth. No cards.
Spring Millinery Opening. O. P. Wol
cott, 871 North 'Main street, Opposite
Baker block, most respectfully invites the
ladies to attend his display of Spring
millinery, Monday and Tuesday, March
11th and 12th.
There are undelivered telegrams at the
office of the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany's ollice, corner Spring and First
streets, for Ralph W. Baily, Gay Rose, P.
J. Herliin;, Sophie Gricshuber, Emma
Jones, Rev. P. W. Horsey, A. B. Judkins.
The member of The Herald staff whose
bicycle was stolon last Saturday night is
indebted to Office? Vlgnea of the police
force for its recovery. He found the
wheel concealed behind the barn of the
California Truck Company. The thief
was not apprehended.
On Tuesday evenings during Lent,
March I2lh. l&tb and 26th, and April 2d,
and Oth. the Reverend Richard 11.
Guinea will deliver a course of addresses
to men only, in the Guild Hall at the rear
of St. Paul's Church, Olive street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, beginning
at 7:45 p. m. Ad men, especially young
men. are invited to attend.
Santa Catalina Island steamer connects
daily, except Sunday, at San i'edro with
Southern Pacific Company's train leaving
Arcade depot at 12:. Vi p.m. The Wil
mington Transportation Company's
ocean passenger steamer Falcon will
make daily trips. Sundays excepted. The
company "reserves the right to change
steamers and days of sailing without
Pr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson
block, tirst Moor, rooms 129, 180, 141.
Special intention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women and
children. Electricity scientifically used.
Consultation hours Ito 5. Tel. 1227.
S. Conradi, jeweler and watchmaker,
113 S. Spring street, makes a specialty ol
ty.e watch and jewelry repairing, dia-
I mo.nd setting; an elegant line of optical
goods. A line stock of watches and
j jewelry always on hand.
i Loa Angeles Cure Bath and Massage lh
! stitute. b3O South Broadway, gives rirst
! class massage treatment and all kinds of
baths. This is the cleanest place in town
i for taking baths. We also give first-class
vegetarian diet.
Teachers of the public schools can buy
portraits of Washington, Lincoln, Colum
i bus, and of all the authors, for decorating
schoolrooms, at Lichtenberger'a Art Em
| porium, 107 North Main street.
I Adams Bios., dentists. 239 1-2 South
, Spring street. Painless tilling and ex
tracting, Best sets of teeth from $6 to
$10. Hours: sto 5; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Mathushek and the Briggs sweet tone
pianos for sale and to rent at No. lIS
Winston street. A. O, Gardner, practical
! piano timer.
Dr. W. H. Ward. Mueller block, Fifth j
I and Broadway, rooms 24 and 25. Res., ,
\ KTJo Flower st' Tel.. office 1421: res. 116. !
Dr. E. 3. Hadiield, of Philadelphia,
| surgeon and physician: office Bradbury
I bklg., tel. 123; res. 53'J Olive, tel. 1168.
The Advance Davis sewing machine is
i the best. Office, 128 South Main street.
| Sharp it Samson, funeral directors (in-
I dependent), 53b' S. Spring St.; tel. 1029.
Sewing machines, in good working or
i der, for $5 each. 128 South Main street.
All kinds of sewing machines to rent;
128 South Main street.
j Booms St'- a week and up. U. S. Hotel.
Photos, any size, $1. Plaza Gallery.
The True Orange Belt Line
;Is the Kite-Shaped track. Special excur
sion tickets allowing stop-overs at im
portant points now on sale. Get descrip
tive pamphlets at Santa Fe ticket office,
; 128 North Spring street.
I.ud Zobel, of the Wonder Millinery in
augurates the new season next Monday
I with the opening display of a millinery
j stock, Unit ranks high above all others in
j magnitude and completeness of assort
ments, elegance and exclusive ness of
j styles. Ladies have eagerly anticipated
Ito view the limitless wealth of new and
' artistic designs and creations displayed in
! that popular establishment which has
been entirely renovated and embellished.
Several experienced ladies have been
added to the trimming department,which
j lias already given ample proofs of its
artistic achievements under the superin
tendence of Mr=. Martin of New York
Trunks and Leather Goods.
All styles and varieties Large stock always
on hand, and repairing a specialty. J. C. Cun
ningham, 2;jo S. Spring street. TeL SlB.
Our Home Brew.
Maier <fc Zobelein's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street; tele
phone 91.
New York Catsup Works, 1706 New Main
street, matiufurturers of superior tomato
catsup and Taylor's Worcestershire table
sauce. Hotels, restaurants and families sup
plied at wholesale rates. Send postal card for
free samples.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
In bulk and cans, 60 cents, full cpiarts; fine, fat
and juicy. Cans AO cents. Discount to hoieis,
and restauiants. Fred lianiman's Mott Market
Caledonian Coal Co.
Removed from 22S South spring street to 130
South Broadway. Telephone 42i> for the best
domestic coal in the market.
l adies' hats cleaned, dyed and pressed in
the latest styles. California Straw Works, 264 ■
South Maiu street.
Wall Paper.
An immense stock at cost at 234 Now High
street. Get prices.
Home made Concord Bottlers at the Big
Tree Carriage Works, 12S San Pedro, street.
Wi-no-na. Grcateit life reader, 421 West
Seventh street.
A Cheap Family Mill
For distilling water. Send for circular. F. E.
Browne, .No. 314 South Spring street.
250 envelopesuOc; V 3 ream writing paper at
Langetadter, 367 N. Main St.. opp. Baker block.
Dr. I). S. liifferbacber, dentist, rooms 4 and
5, 119 S. 3priag St., Los Angeles.
Mrs. John W. Mitchell a Whittier
School Trustee
The Appointee Outlines Her Views on
the Position
! She Will Devote Her Time and Energies to
the Varied Interests of the
The announcement yesterday that Mrs- j
! John W. Mitchell, the wife of the promi
nent attorney, had been appointed by ]
I Governor Budd as one of the trustees of j
' the Wbittler State School to succeed Dr. |
| Harris created intense interest in the city,
I and on all sides the appointment was
I discussed. The selection was commended
;as a wise one, and many were the ex
! prcssions that the Governor could not
I have found a womatj in this community
! better qualified for the position than Mrs.
j Mitchell. She is recognized by those who
! know her as a woman ot peculiar ability,
i combining as she does the most varied
j social talents and accomplishment! with j
splendid Judgment and practicability.
Sue is known far and w ide as a beautitill
i musician and accomplished entertainer,
I and besides a most thrifty ami able hou.se
! wife. All of which raaKe her eminently
fitted for this position, which is one of |
tiie most important to lie tilled in this
section by Governor Budd.
Upon the announcement being received
that Mrs. Mitchell had been appointed, a
Herald representative called on her at her
home to secure an expression from her as
to her appointment and views, ln reply
to congratulations upon the honor con
ferred and the request to give her views
for publication she said:
"Yes, I have just received a private dis
patch saying the Governor has appointed
me a trustee of the Whittier school. 1 can
scarcely tell you how surprised I am for I
never thought of being so much as an ap
plicant for any office or public honor of
this kind.
"But you -will accept it. will you not?
"Most assuredly I shall. The work at
Whittier lies very near to my heart—es- i
pecially with the unfortunate girls. I
have always been interested in children
and young people. I love to have them
around me anri love to work with them I
and entertain them and help them. This |
will give me an opportunity to interest j
myself in them in a way entirely congenial
to me. 1 shall devote much of my time to
the position and do all I can in my hum
ble way to promote the welfare of the in
stitution. "
"To what influence do you attribute
your appointment? Is it part of the
woman's movement, and were you sup
ported by them?" was asked.
"As I stated in the beginning it was a
surprise to me—therefore I do not know
exactly what influenced Governor Budd
to single me out among the many able
women in Southern California for this
honor. But one thing gratifies me, nnd
it is that, so far as I am aware, my ap
pointment was not due to petition-- and
importunities of so called 'representative
women.' Neither am I obligated to
woman's clubs and societies or men's
political cliques. I will go into this office |
free and untrammeled to do what 1 think
is my duty. I have met Governor Budd,
and I know him personally. 1 think him
a genuine man and that he means every
word he says. He stated before his elec
tion that he intended to appoint women
on the different boards, and this shows
he is keeping his word. This promis.', I
think, prompted him in this instance to
recognize my sex by an appointment."
"There ha's been considerable adverse
criticism of the Whittier school. Can you
give an outline of your policy?''
"That will be impossible until I ac
quaint myself with the duties of the
position and also write the other trustees.
There are two others you know.ami I un
derstand amicblc gentlemen, and I havn't
the slightest doubt but that we shall work
together harmoniously. lam not, lam
glad to say,one of the "new women," who
at this time think it her special mission
to reform the world. I am, I hope and
believe to a great extent an old fashioned
one. St ill I believe however in reform
but I must see and judge for myself if
reforms are needed."
"Will you be in favor of making any
change?'" was then asked.
"Pardon me, I do not desire to say
more, except that I might add that I ap
preciate in'c.-itly Governor Budd's compli
ment to me personally and my sex gener
ally, though I do not pretend to be spe
■p billy worthy to be marked out as I have
been by him. But 1 shall endeavor to ,1,,
what l can to carry out his avowed policy
of economy in "the state institutions.
Now, I will ask you to excuse me fur
ther." With this the little lady ended
the interview, during which she demon
strated that she know exactly what she
Wanted to say and how to say it. Ihe re
porter left with the idea that the Gover
nor had selected not only a most attract
ive young woman personally for the
trustee at Whittier, but a competent,
womanly woman for the position.
Two Brothers Abandon a Rig
Richard and Joseph Doherty hired a
wagon belonging to Patrick Cunningham
yesterday afternoon. They drove off with
it, but late last night bad not returned,
so Mr. Cunningham told the police about
it. The Duhcrtvs were shortly afterward
located in the Tlialia saloon. Both were
pretty well intoxicated und could not re
member Just what they had done with
the rig. They had a faint reminiscence of
leaving it out in the direction of Pasa
dena, so they were locked up in order that
their memories might undergo a revival.
Perhaps this morning tbey may be able
to tell Mr. Cunningham where he can
find his horse and wagon.
A Royal Bribe
The Ex-Khedive Ismail is a choice
specimen of t c voluptuous, sensual,
salacious Oriental. The best of every
thing was scarcely good enough for him,
and he had the best, at all or any cost,
from a cigar—he never smoked otic un
der 12—to • mistress whose jewel-backed
hairbrush would stand him in something
like ftOOO. O, he was. or, rather, he is—
for he stole $70,000,000 be ore he quitted
the throne of the Ptolemies—as elect a
type of former rulers of Kgyt as could he
possibly found; and only yesterday he
was traveling with a suite and a harem.
Every hotel keeper from London to St.
Petersburg strained might and main to
entrap his mightiness for even one
night, for the piasters flowed from his
royal right hand with that disre
gard to items of details which the happy
landlord gloats over, even in his happiest
Great Britain being urged on by
France, as France got its back up, called
uopn the Khedive to abdicate. The
Kuedive didn't lee this, and stoutly re
fused to listen to persuasions. France
gave England another reminder, and
John Bull was compelled to say, "Get
The Khedive, driven to bay, and find
ing that bluster would not produce the
desired effect, resolved ujiun another
course; and two days after his deposition,
while the English' consul was pressing j
him to abdicate, he. offered him heaps of
gold, and engaged to nssunic the entire j
debt and discharge it from his own re
source! if allowed to remain. Then seeing j
,"lrs. John W. .Titchcll
that bis appeals were in vain, he sent to
his harem for fifteen of his most beauti
ful slaves, and when tbey arrived, be
decked with diamonds, he said. "These
are my favorites; the jewels they wear
are worth $3,000,000; they arc all yours
if you will only leave me a little longer
i n peace."
Now, it is fair to a«k of what stuff
was the English consul made? Was his
wife close to the lattice, or was his
mother-in-law ou band? What an offer to
J P Molon Philadelphia; H P Aldrich.
Needles: H S L Verier, Kingston, Jamaico. W
I; S W Brown, Winona Minn: II A Magee. F
F. Brown, Chicago: G W Mcl'herson, O L Levy.
F X Melntyre, E W Aekerman. D A Spencer, A
L Morgenstem, San Francisco; G W Carson,
Milwaukee: -Mr and Mrs E A Converse; Chi
cago: J D Thomas. Norfolk, Va; G R Van
Anken, St Paul; M Wolf, New York; Dr J.I
Maher, Arcadia: C C Fowler, Monrovia: J T
Trenery. Pawnee. Neb; .111 Fuller, Marvsville;
Mrand Mrs W F Rsv, Allison, la: J W Knight,
W Walker, Murietta: G R Turner, Dundee: T
L Armstrong, Oakland: J W Nance, Perris;
.1 M Reid Hilafax, N S; .1 Lane. De roit; Mr
ami Mrs C E Houghton, Mrs S C Houghton.
Baltimore, Md; J X Fisher, Santa Barbara; C
A Smith, Minneapolis.
Fitzgerald, house and sign painter, 222
Franklin; telephone 1449. I-ow prices.
A. A. Eckstrom has removed to 324 South
Spring street with his stock of wall paper.
Christ*an Johnson, tan D ego 37
Jacobinellarum, San Diego 33
Alfred M. Smith, Los Angeles 23
Emma Alexander, Santa Paula 20
Louise Dunn. Los Angeles 43
Lucinda Davis, Los Angeles 41
Benjamin J. Jones, Artesia 34
Alice Waymire, Artesia £9
Fine wedding Invitations and visiting cards
our specialty, see samples. B. M. Lee & Bro.,
printers and engravers, 140 North Spring st.
1 Peck a Chase Co..
> 3* St BROADWAY. ■
MARSHALL—At the family residence, corner
oi Eleventh and Santee streets, on Sunday
evening. March l()th, at 8 p. m., Eleanor
oeloved wife of William Marshall, aged 65
Tlie funeral of Wm. If. McCarthy will take
place from the residence of his parents, 124
West Fourth street, Tuesday, March 11, at the
Cathedral .St. Viblaua, where solemn requiem
mass will he sung at 0:31) p.m. Friends are
respectfully invited to attend.
j | Leading Funeral Director \
I hiUlren's Carriages
(feSmtSn Invalids' Chairs.
' iBBPrCnI Highest ptlee paid for second
| '&MByVyQ»hand furniture and carpets.
1 «SaTOJf£- |. T. MARTIN, 451 S. Spring SU
f f SPECIHLI * *
The second of the season, which, like the first, has been a wonderful success. Ihe
reason Is plain onough - we do exactly as we say.
All-silk Japanese Silks in colors at 20c per yard.
All-silk Fancy Silks for waists, beautifully figured, at SOo per yard.
All-silk Fancy Checks, in a dozen d fferent combinations ol colorings, 50c per yd..
All silk 24 inch wide Back Rhadames at 800 per yard.
All-silk Satin Duehesse, 24 inches, ln bleci and colors, atOOo per yard.
The above are but a few of the many Hyles wo are showing. Samples displayed In
show window, in addition to the special sale of silks, we are offering 101 !• ULL
DRESS PATTERNS In all-wool dress goods, in itrlpos, checks and lancy mixtures,
ats2.73each; worth $4. .__
This advertisement changed every other day. It will pay you to watch this spa c It
will be hard to duplicate any of our offerings. Goods delivered troo in any part of Pasade ,a.
Mall orders solicited. _ ' _ «m
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c» Opposite Los Angeles Theater
jZZU O. spring aJtt.e and Hollenbeck Hotel.
Itching Tiles are known by moisture like perspiration, caus
ing intense itching when warm. This form, as well as Bltnl.
Bleeding, and Protruding, YIELD AT ONCE TO
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let aw \S For sale by all Druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of prloe.
50c and BJL.OO per box.
Address, Mrs. Van, 308 E. First Street,
I Offer the Public the Following Prices for Dental Work:
Best sets. 8. White's Teeth... .$7 00 reg. prioe $10 00
Aluminum plate $12 00 reg. price $20 00 Gold crown $5 00 reg. price $10 00
Gold alloy filling 100 reg. price 200 Silver filling 50 reg. price 100
LADY ASSISTANT. Teeth extracted free from 8 to 0 a.m. Office open evenings and
Sundays Office over drug store.
Blank Book 'Manufacturers.
S„ WHITE, the oldest es
tablished specialist, has de
voted more time, as city pa
pers show, to the exclusive
treatment of sexual and
chronic diseases of men and
womon than any other adver
tlsing physician in this city
B ood and skin diseases, red
spots, pain in bones, s ire throat and mouth,
blotches and eruptions of the skin, ulcers,
painful swellings, etc ; kidney and bladder
diseases, frequent micturition, scalding, In
flammation, gravel, etc.; organic weakn ss,
undeveloped organs, impediments to mar
riage, nervous debility, Impaired memory,
raentsl anxiety, absence of will power, weak
back, lost vitality, melancholy and all dis
eases resulting irum excesses. Indiscretion or
overwork, recent or old, speedily, thoroughly
and permanently cured. "Where shall I go to
get cured?" many a sufferer asks, not know
ing nhom to trust, Go where thousands of
others have gone and be res ored to perfect
health, the comforts of home and the enjoy
ment of soclety-to Dr. White's old-established
office,located eight years in Los Angeles. All
lingering chronic diseases that have been neg
lected or have failed to yield to the treatment
of lessskilliul hands soon get well under Dr-
White's superior treatment. Patients wishing
speedy relief and sure cure should consult Dr.
White, whose long, extensive experience en
ables him to apply the proper t eatraent at
once without useless experiments, thus saving
the patient much time and expense. Office
and private laboratory, 128 North Main street
Los Angeles, Cal. Out-of-town patients
treated by mail and express
Burns, FOR MAN Bruises,
Rheumatism AND BEAST. Stiff Joints.
I Have Been Robbed! Jfr
J\fterThi) lit <roTo<la
& ABB. TheTaAcr IL
312 South Spring street, below Third.
When what you read is entertaining and when
you don't ha.c to strain your eyes 1 i perusing
it You can afford to be rectless with anything
but your eyes; you oan afford to tak .1 chances
with anything but your sight. We make all
sor s of glasses for all sorts of eyes, and for
their expert examlu tlon no charge is mad ■.
You will find in our fine stock everything to
Improve one's evo:i?ht in tne way of glasses.
PACIFIC OPTIijaLcO., Scientific Opticians,
167 N. Spring st. g&T~Bon'% forget number.
POLAND Address
W/\ l C/\ TELEPHONE 1101.

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