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A Verdict for the Contestant.
John Wilson
The Old Man Grows Young Once
An Eloquent Appeal to the Jury Which Had
Its Effect -Favorable Upon Every
Yesterday was the field day in the
Bridget Wilson will contest case. It was j
known that Senator White would address
the iury in the closing argument for old j
man John Wilson, the contestant of the j
Lestame.it nod codicil. As a conse
quence d rrv vv-i. i of tbe superior'
noun was fut. v*jv-*ing, and after
tbe senator had t **i "•/•;■• wanned up in
his talk the sounds of his
?oice had foe pM.'.- V-aw away from
ihe other .\*partmon>-» loiterers who all .
cocked if to Judge Claris'* court room
until at*ilAte% r*ow "Ten was at a pre
St«pb*r - : . WtoHewts more than or
dinarily eloquent in hfa appeal to the
jury to break dm Instrument which took
from an*6ld man the property which he
had earned during a lifetime of toil, to
go to a number at strangers who had no
particle of right to it. The senator read
▼ohirninous extracts from the testimony
to show to the iury that, contrary to the
argument* of counsel for the proponents
of the will, Mrs. Wilson was not drunk
occasionally, but so often that she might *
very r.ptt*. ha y e been described as always I
full. Her condition had been the same
for rsanv years; no long, in fact, that it
could be "sa.d that the memory of no
ploneir ran :.s the contrary. It would be
hard io realise fcbat the mind of any per
-B*- addicted to convivial excesses of such
eiie*H c#.«ys».l be sound.
Cowing town to the times immediate v
L«acadft£d ,?e making ot the last will,
Y*'t4ctl trot oK John Wilson with a paltry
tofftftiorj oi $50 per month, counsel dwelt
■msi lie character of tbe wounds which
iira. «;iscn had received at the time oi
ff.e tire. Her lack of suffering, when tier
gfcftVtlv wounds were of a nature to In di
ctate kfcafi she might to undergo atrocious
rafr,*. evidenced that the sensory nerves
at Use unfortunate, woman bad been rie
- troy ad by the burns received, and that
fae *as incapable of evoluting ideas con
cerning ordinary propositions, let alone
the disposition of her earthly effects. Mr.
dwelt upon the undue influence
sbat must have been brought to bear
ip«cn Mrs. Wilson while she was at the
•>nrrans' by some of tho beneficiaries
der the will. In which Mr. McCon
v.chie was not spared.
With reference r. > tbe alleged intimacy
between John k Wilsou ana Kloisa Gutier*
fea, ihe senator drew a pathetic picture
of the old horseshoer coming home after
v hard day's toil, evening after evening,
V.d finding home desolate because 01 the
wife's intoxication. Who could wonder if
'mdci such circumstances John Wilson
may have forgotten his vows and sought
Sfce'society uf another woman with wnom
h* might talk and not tind her in a stupid
condition superinduced by never ceasing
Old John Wilson, who during the whole
trial might have carried off the cake for
the champion wooden-laced man, bright
ened up considerably when Senator White
depicted him as a hard-working mechan
ic, who for a quarter of a century, at
least, had toiled from early dawn to dark
dusk earning the wealth an unjust will
had deprived him of. and he positively
looked young again under the incanta
tions of Magician White.
At ten minutes to B o'clock the case
was given to the jury, after Judge Clark
had read his instructions, which occupied
over hall an hour.
At 10:30 p.m. the jury returned a ver
dict for the contestant, John Wilson upon
every Interrogatory. Oil the first ballot
th*j jury was unanimously in favor of
breaking the will.
Did Not Perform His Contract
The suit of the city of Los Angeles
against J. V. York and others was tried
yesterday betore Judge McKinely in de
partment six of the superior court and
submitted. In June. 1893, the city con
tracted with York to have him grade,
gravel and curb Montreal street, between
Bellevue avenue and Boston street. The
defendant afterward neglected to do the
work and the city asked judgment against
him for $299 and costs.
Au Interesting Meeting
The L. A. W. C I", held its regular
meeting in the parlors of the Congrega
tional church, corner of Sixth and Hill
streets, yesterday. There was a full at
tendance ard a very interesting time was
had. Tbe devotional exercises wero led
by Mrs. Mary M. Finney, and proved
very instructive. other meetings and
work were planned.
The Ladies
Tho pleasant effect, and perfect safety
with which ladies may use the California
liquid laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all
conditions, makes 11 their favorite rem
edy. To get the true and genuine article,
look for the name of the California Fig
byrup Co.. printed near tbe bottom of
the package.
To the people who are suffering from
rupture. Professor Joseph Fan dry,
formerly of Berlin, Germany, now of
Kant a Barbara, is a practical rupture spe
cialist and truss manufacturer. Infor
mation free whereby you can become
cured. Those having tried all kinds of
patent trusses and found no relief, also
nave given up all hope, to those people I
am calling their attention and especially
ask them to send me their address.
Flax Flower, the New Shade
Paris Letter: Blue is the favorite color,
in all the shades uf cornflower possible to
conjecture; that of ilux llower, which is
aomewhat deeper than lavender, and also
with several degrees nio.'e of a violet
■hade in it, is about tlie most recent de
velopment of the craze for this color.
Fifty cents round trip on Terminal Rail
road to Long Beach and San Pedro. Good
going Saturday and Sunday, returning
Base Ball
The I.os Angeles high school and Occi
dental college baseball clubs will try con
clusions this afternoon on tbe Occidental
grounds at '1 p.m Buses leave at 1:30.
Water pipe and fittings of every descrip
tion that can be found on the surface or
under the surface of this globe, can he
found at the Furrey company, 161 North
.Spring street.
91,00 buys v good low shoe, tan or
black, at M. P. Snyder A Co.'j, opposite
fctimson block.
Santa Fe to Santa .Monica
Trains leave ilaily at '■> t, m., JO a. m.,
1 -AO p. in., 5 |>. in.
TrjT a Ml. Maltese Cluh whisky, $3.50.
Unexcelled for purity and flavor, 'i. VaHic
& Co.,cor. Uommero'l <4 Alameda. Tel.3oJ.
The Wilttus aprinkler is acknowledged
to be tuu l.est. For sale or.ly at Surrey's.
JHI North Spring street.
Sacramento Asparagus, Althouse Bros.
Pennsylvania society picnic at Vantage
park, Saturday. June Btn. Special traiu
at 10 a.m.. Terminal railway; 23c for the
round trip.
V. W. C. A. gospel meeting. 107 North
Sprin st., 3:45 p. in., led by Miss E. 1).
Stowell of Pasadena. The topic is of
general interest. Amusements From tbe
Christian Standpoint. Bible class at 9
p. m. All young women invited.
Moon Ugh* excursion to Echo mountain
Saturday. June 'Bth. Trains leave on the
Terminal road at 4 and G:'Jt) p. m., re
turning by 11 p.m. Illuminations, tele
sccpe, searchlight, music and enter
tainment free.
A grand moonlight excursion to Echo
mountain Saturday evening. June Bth.
Terminal trains leave at 4 p. m. and 8:20
p. m. j returning leave Echo mountain at
!»:J.~>p. m., giving an opportunity to wit
ness the gorgeous sunset, the great search
light and Saturn and tbe beautiful star
clusters at the Lowe observatory.
The best hardwood dry-air refrigerator
at Parmelee's $7..'in up; ice chests
from $") up. Tnese are special bargains
and are eoing like hot cakes. The Wnite
! Mountain ice cream freezer Is tho best;
. come and get one. Z. L. I'arnielee Co.,
I 232 and 234 South Spring street.
1 A call was made yesterday at the Butler
institute. 445 1 2 South Spring street, yes
i ter day afternoon. Dr. Butler was found
in the laboratory connected with his
offices. The doctor stated tbat business
was good, and as eight men were engaged
in reading magazines and papers in tbe
club room, his statement was fully sub
stantiated. II is treatment being purely
j vegetable is therefore safe and reliable,
and be is sure to meet with the success
I his efforts merit.
The Free Kindergarten association will
give an entertainment Saturday evening.
June Bth, in the Friday Morning club
rooms. No. 331j Broadway. Tbe follow
ing excellent programme has been
arranged ;
Rem ark*—Mrs. Kate Tapper fialpin
Vocal solo, selected-Mr*. Anita Kay Simp
J'nper. Ethics of Hospitality — Mrs. J. A.
Violin polo 1, a, Adagio, Kies; 'J, b, Mszourka
Caprice, Wlenieawakl—Mrs. c. B. dark; Miss
Eva Ellsworth, accompaniste.
Reading, The Famine, H. W. Longiellow—
Mr. Edward Fabian
Tenor solo, selected—Mr. .T. A. Osgood
Cornet solo. Culver polka, P. steinhaiiser—
IflssMadilee Loeb; U Loeb,aeeompauist.
Vocal solo, selected—Mrs, Anita Ray .-imp
Reading—Anx Italiens, Owen Meredith—Mr.
Edward Fabian.
Admission 26 cents.
A Family Affair
Generally speaking family affairs re
quire attention. For tbe sake of every
family in Los Angeles there's much in
Desmond's stock nf summer hats.negligee
Shirts, underwear, etc., etc., that re
quires immediate and frequent attention.
No novel has yet been written that is
half as interesting as Desmond's pi ices.
You should take an interest in what will
pay interest. Certainly nothing can pay
you as handsomely as realizing on the
Opportunities Desmond is offering at his
special hat and uderwear sale today.
Photographed on Brains
A young couple lived happily together
until" one fine evening the dutiful hus
band was Informed by his loving wife
that she had seen something so beautiful j
that day on her shopping tour that tin- I
less sJie possessed one she would be on- j
happy. The startled husband, who '
thought of bloomers etc, asked her what
would make her happy. She replied,
when once seen it is photographed on
the brain, and when used brings joy and
happiness to every household, namely '
that marvel of beauty and perfection, the
celebrated Glenwood range. Surrey Co.,
161 N Spring street.
Sunday Steamer to Catalina Island
The magnificent steamship Hermosa
will hereafter every Sunday connect with
the Southern Pacific com pany's special
train, the Catalina flyer, leaving Arcade
depot at 8:46 a. m. Returning passengers
will arrive at Los Angeles 7:16 p. ni..
over font hours on the island. Hound
trip, $J..*»o. Tickets sold Saturday and
Sunday, good to return until Monday.
dm ml Canyon of the Colorado
An excursion to the Grand Canyon un
der the personal direction and in charge
of Miss Kelso will leave Los Angeles at
sp. m. Monday, June ICtu. Particulars
at Santa Fe office, 129 North Spring
Visit San Diego and Coronado
Fine beaches; luxurious hotels; excur
sion rates; parlor cars on all trains.
half Rates on Sunday
One fare for the round trip from Los
Angeles to any point on the Southern
California railway (Santa Fe route) on
Ladies' spring-heel shoes, cloth top, or
kid top, elegant goods, at $2.50. M. P
Snyder <fc Co., opposite Stimson block.
Cookinc made a pleasure by using the
Glen wood range. For sale by tbe Furrey
Co.. 161 North Spring street.
The Free Kindergarten Association
Will give an entertainment Saturday evening,
June 8th, in the Friday Morning Club room*.
No. 3'.iO l 3 Broadway. Mrs. J. A. Osgood will
road her charming paper, which was Riven at
the Woman's parliament at Santa JJnroara.
Music and recitations will also be on the pro-
Gramme. Admission 2."i cents.
Our Home Brew
MaieT & Zobelefn's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the principal «a
--o oris; delivered promptly in bottles or
Oflles and brewery, 414 Aliso street; telephone
Hanlman Hsh Co., San Pedro
Fresh fish and lobitors shipped dtrtot to all
points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from
caunery in San Pedro, at lowest wholesalo
At the N'adeau cafe you can get the finest
lunch or dinne*, including a bottle of wine,
for 50c, that would COlt yon $1.50 anywhero
else. Al?o meals itrved ala carte*
Mrs. Elsie Reynolds, material ng pea nee
Saturday evening, 312 W, Seventh street.
Room 4. 8
fashion books at I.ang-
stadter's, 214 South Broadway.
Pr. Robert R. Doney will keep afternoon
oflice hours for Pr. Willi during his absence.
Go to tho Aurora for good square meols.
LOS West Third at., 8. O. Eikenbery.
Buy the Whitney make trunk and traveling
bag. Factory 423 South Spring street.
Latest Building News
Read Builder and Contractor, oflice 132 8.
Broad way.
A A. Eckstrom has removed to 324 South
Spring street with oil slock ot wall papcj
[IfiGSE allVorK Pvmk
LAMinMaH * NO tssnESssssm
* EPT IN r«T|T(Ttl
m£amM r^ 0Hl mtuima
Public School Teachers Yesterday Hade
Their Annual Reports
The teachers of tbe several schools of
the city, to the number of 2SU, yesterday
made their annual reports of attendance
and otner educational statistics to Super
intendent Search, as is required by law.
From the data thus obtained is made the
apportionment of that portion of tho
school funds obtained from the county.
The school buildings where during the
vacation months private classes are to be
taught are as follows: Breed street.
Spring street. Alpine street. Castellar
street! East First street, Tenth street
and tlie high school.
Saturday special at Vollmer's. 116
South Spring street,near First street. To
day has been set aside as a special Moral
day. We have just opened a choice lot of
jardinieres, dower pots, vases and jar
dinieres on pedestals which we offer to
day at factory prices. Jardinieres for
tlie garden, jardinieres for thn conserva- j
tory, jardinieres for the lawns, jar
dinieres for the thosands. Beautiful art
vases for the mantel, vases for the library,
vases for parlors, vases for the nursery. I
Surprise your wife: surprise your bus- [
band, cousins and friends. One hundred
jardinieres at 00c each; 10H jardinieres I
at $1.10 each; 100 jardinieres at $1.36
each: 100 jardinieres at $1.60 each; ion j
art vases at 55c each; 100 art vases at 70c ,
each. Besides the above we have a lot
Of odd pieces of decorated semi-porrelain
to be (dosed out at cost. Let i.ll come.
Tbe Z. L. l'armelie company has had
a great week on its special values as ad
vertised. and today offers many bargains
never givtn before. Irs method of spe
cial sales through tbe Week enabled cus
tomers to buy every day what they can't
get In one, and in so doing it pleases all.
So today don't fail to call and see its
large lino of bargains, ami next week
look for specials that will interest all. Z.
Ij. I'armelee company, 232 and '1?A South
Spring street.
Tho most wonderful discovery of the age.
Something to take the place of oil
paints. Old or young who have never
painted can learn to do the most exquis
ite work In a fpw hours. Call ami see
these colors at I.icbtenbergei 's art stores.
107 North Main strnet.or 235 South Spring
When yon want an artistically framed
picture call on Sanborn. Vail it Co., 133
Spring street, if they have not got what
you want in stock they will make it for
you. All kinds of odd shaped frames in
special tinishes. See the new oval frames
with bow knots and wreaths.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block,
iirsc floor, rooms 129, 130, 131. Special at
tention given to ohstotrical cases and all
diseases of women and children. Electric
ity scientifically used. Consultation
hours, I to 5. Tel. 1227.
s. Conrad 1, jeweler and watchmaker. 113
South Spring street, makes a specialty of
line watch and jewelry repairing and
diamond sett.ng; an elegant line of opti
cal goods. A tine stock of watches and
jewelry always on band.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239)1 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ci
tractinsr. Best sets of teeth from $b" to
$10. Hours, Sto 5; Sundays. 10 to 112-
Tissue paper and all the accessories in
the stationery department at Sanborn. Vail
| <Sc Co., 133 South Spring. All kinds ol
; tissue paper work to order.
The sweet-toned Bnggs pianos can be
■ had at A. G, Gardner's piano bouse, 118
; Winston street, also tho Mathushek,
Bwick and A polo.
Ask to see the new picture. Spring, by
Alma Tad em a at Sanborn. Vail it Cos.,
133 South Spring street. It is a beauty in
finish and conception,
i Insure In the Phoenix Assurance COtu
| pany, A. C. Golsh, agent, H7 South
Broadway. Tel. 9UO.
Best security at cut rates. Sewing
machines, in good working order, for $5
each, 128 South Main street.
The Advanced Davis sewing machine is
the best. Office, IJB South Main street.
P, R, Cunningham, dentist, removed
to Stimson block.corner Third and Spring.
Tel. 15.
Sharp & Samson, funeral directors fin-
I dependent), 536 South Spring street. Tel.
I>r. A. Z. Valla's office. New McDonald
block; residence, 211 Boyle avenue.
All kinds of sewing machines to rent;
12s South Main street.
Sanborn, Vail &. Company are the lead
ing stationers.
Booms $2 a week and up. IT. S. Hotel.
Musical Festival
Friday, June 14th, Pasadena chorus,
one hundred voices, O. Stewart Taylor,
conductor, will render The Redemption;
Simpson's tabernacle. Superb orchestra;
eminent soloists; great pipe organ. Re
served seats, 50c, 75c and 25c. now on
sale at Bartlett's, 103 North Spring street.
Santa Monica Trains
Via Santa Fe leave today at 0 a.m.,
10 a.m., 1.40 p.m., 5:25 p.m. Sunday at
9 a.no.- 10 a.m., 1 :20 p.m., s:'-'0 p.m.
Round trip, 50c.
Do you sprinkle your lawn? The most
complete assortment in the city will be
found at tbe Ftirrey company, 169 to 165
North Spring street.
Santa Fe to Redondo Beach
Trains leave daily at 9a. m. 10 a. ni.,
1:40 p. m. ( 0123 p. m.
Overland Route via the Northern Pacific
After « wintor spent in Southern California
nothing is more desirable for the tourist than
to return east via tho rihas.a route and North
ern Paelflo railroad. The Yellowstone Park
and Dining Car lino. All trains vestibuled.
Tourist ears elegantly upbolitared. Scenery
unsurpassed Weather cool and delightful',
send t; cents in stamps for illustrated book.
'•Sketches In Wonderland. Por Information
communicate with John Clark. 2*l* 8. Spring
Stt., Los Angelet, cr T. K. Statelcr, Qen'l Agt.,
SSS Market street, tan Franclseo.
Down goes the price. People who wants
cheap machine can buy a new machine, oak
finish and attachments [or 915. We have just
received another car load of our famous $20
imii nines, which is tho best inach Ine un earth
No matter what price you pay, you can t buy a
better. Freight prepaid to all parts of South
ern California. Whites. M. office, 235. South
Dr. P. 9. Pifferbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and
ft, 110 S. Spring st., Los Angeles.
Adolpn H. Henning, bos Angelos 42
.Urn i: 1. Haves, I.Anceles ... 4-
Get wedding and Visiting cards from 11. M.
Lee A Hro., printers and engravers, 140 North
Spring. They are specialists iti this 1 n**.
pi RICH—In this v.\\y, June 6th, KM Putlch, in
liis 23d year.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Sun
day) St 2 p. ra . from the undertaking parlors
of Orr & Patterson, under tin* auspices of the
X nights of Pythias. Resident and visiting
X nigh l* are requested to attend. By order oi
\v. E. Pritehard, c. c.
PANT -In Prescott, Ariz., .Tune Ist, Prank L,
Pant, brother 01 Mrs. Pr Pritehard ot tliis
city in his v>:<\ year.
Funeral services will be held today (Satur
day) at 9:30 a. m , from the Cathedral. The
friends are Invited to attend.
Flr«t-CISSS carriages for funerals: drivers i n
full livery, established twenty years. The only
stable* that caters exclusively to the livery
trade tv ihe city. Wo have stood the test
Special rates to drummers. Fashion Stable
ami < arriaee Co., 217, 210 and 221 X First st.
t» i t:i i
1 peck & Chase Co b
■ uNoeafAKcß^!
ULBUBJUI ■ ■ a ■ ■ ■ ■
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Frank Byrnes of Evansville, lnd., is
at the Hotel Kamona.
Miss H. K. Mier of Cleveland, Ohio,
has returned to the Hotel Kamona from
Mr. C. G Bilicke of the Hollenbeck.
left for San Francisco yesterday on a
business trip.
Mr. Frank Cox, one of the ablest and
most popular attorneys of Arizona, is at
the Hjllenbeck, acompanied by his wife.
R. P. Marshal of Philadelphia and H.
C. Dolph, Chicago, have arrived at the
Hotel Kamona.
O. J. Brown with his wife ot Pomona
are guests of the "Nadeau. Mr. Brown
is a lumber merchant.
H. O. Pinkelspiel of San Francisco ar
rived in Los Angeles yesterday on his
wedding trip and has taken rooms at the
Other guess arriving at the Nadeau
hotel yesterday are William Allen of
New York J. B. McCune of Boston and
A. S. Levy of New York City.
A parly of prominent Redlands people
came to "town yesterday. Tbay are A. ti.
Hubbard, A. "li. Cook, J. O. Drake, J.
l'oundston and C. H. Hobart.
Dr. WinsloW Anderson of tlie Chronicle
staff, San Francisco, its at the Hollen
beck. He came down to attend the an
nual convention of the Southern Califor
nia medical men.
Robert Smilfe, owner and proprietor of
the Hotel Metropole. Oakland, is at the
Hollenbeck. Mr. Smilie is one of the
heaviest stockholders in the Hotel l'alo
marcs at Pomona.
James S. Francis of Morena, N. R.
Fulsom of Santa Monica and A. Graves
of Pasadena, were in town yesterday,
stopping over night at the Nadeau.
'They came to attend the Mys tic Shrine
meeting at Masonic hall.
G, W. Lynch, the propictor of the
Florence hotel, San Diego, arrived at the
Westminster yesterday. Other arrivals
at this hotel were Chas. N. Fox of Oak
land, Herman H. Graw of Sacramento,
Carlos F. Bowers, M. G, De Bowers and
A. J. Bowers of Alimos, Mexico, a
famous mining district.
■ C. B. Jacobs, one of the most popular
hotel clerks in the country, has a now
position behind the Hollenbeck desk. Mr.
Jacobs was chief clerk of tbe West
hotel, Minneapolis, for eight years and
for the past two years lias been at tho
Hotel Del Corona do. His experience
and ability will make him a valuable as
sistant DO Mr. Jenkins and assures Mr.
Bilicke that his interests will be well
cared for.
More of the Council for the Suppression of the
Tbe newly oiganized council for tbe
suppression of the saloon, which has al
ready become a factor in several cities of
tbe north, will probably soon be such In
several of Southern California's cities.
Invitations will issue tli is morning to all
organizations in sympathy with its object
to be represented by their presiding offic
ers and a delegate from each, at a meet
ing on next Thursday evening, at tbe
V.M.C.A, rooms. At this meeting it is
expected that organization will be effect
ed. The especial feature of strength
with this organization, as even tbe liquor
papers recognize, is that many who keep
aloof from what they deem too radical
movements are drawn to this as a mod
erate and practical line of work; and in
stead of having to rally a new body of
workers, this enlists tbe ulrcidy organ
ized ami disciplined bodies.
Mr, McDougal. the organizer, bus made
a hurried round of Pasadena. San Ber
nardino. Redlands, Riverside and Santa
Ana. He will visit several of these
places next week with a view to perfecting
organizations. The intention is to unite
all the local councils in county councils,
and these in stale council. "How soon
Ibis will be done Mr. Mcl>ou£ral cannot
say. He will address two or tince meet
ings here tomorrow.
New Arrival*
Anna Gould, catchy and spry, in all
colors, just the thing for ladies' wear.
Brittania, a new sailor, in tine straw;
very becoming.
Ida Clare, in white; the prettiest hat
for misses and childien.
Fantasma, also in white; hring your
pets and see how cute they look.
All tbe above are entirely new hats;
They have not before been shown in Cal
Our sale of millinery is still going on;
our styles are the best; our assortment
tne largest, and our prices the lowest.
Haker's millinery. 267 South Spring
street, corner Third.
Santa Monica Sunday
splendid programme of twelve numbers
by tbe magnificent Los Angeles military
baud. Surf bathing is just right. The
big plunge in North Beach bathhouse in
running order. Hotel Arcadia open.
Pompano biting at Port Lcs Angeles.
Trains leave Arcade depot 8:30, 8:25,
11:35, 10:30 a.m.; 1, 1:10, p.m. Last train
leaves Santa Monica b' p.m. The South
ern Pacific is short line; makes fast time
over rock-ballasted roadbed. Bound trip,
Rregelo »fc Bresee, funeral directors.
Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 243.
Our Annual Remnant Sale 1 HL-L
-commences June fi And closes 1 . _ _„_
July 1, durinir which time $22.50
wo will sacrifice 875 suit |
Patters, no two alike, at ——and
One-half their former price. $20 00
Positively no reduction i "
aftcrJuly 1, 181*5. SUITINGS
GUARANTEED Mark , d l)own
C" Piiriwr This
Cp 1 O.V-Jv-J Male Only.
iZ bad for everything, but—oh. how muoi
worse it is for the correction of defective eye
sight! There has never been a truer saying
than the words: "Delay is fatal," especially il
applied "to one's most precious and most d-'i
cats organ, the eye I" We are ready to assist
you with our ability and knowledge' to remedy
exlstlngrsight defects without charge. Our va
rious departmenti for making and furnishing
you with that wonderful but much abused lit*
tie Instrument, the Spectacle or Eyeglass, ars
St your disposal at moderate charges lor tl rst-
Olass Up-to date work. Established since 1888
PACIFIC OPTICAL CO.. Scientific Opticians,
IB7N —'—a O. MA RSHIJTZ. Proa,
They Began Their Vacation by Fighting
With Stone*
Two small boys, Hugh Keenan and
Arthur Slater, were brought before Judge
Owens yesterday afternoon charged with
having assaulted another small boy, Rufns
Heynolds. All the boys appeared with
their parental attendants, and the two
defendants tiad the additional Guardian
ship of an attorney.
It appears that while returning from
school they engaged in a battle in Which
stones were the weapons, resulting in
the injury of one of the Reynolds hoys.
Their mother complained tnat her dar
ling had been shamefully misused; but
it turned out thai her sons* had indulged
in Oil* same stone throwing pastime.
After patiently bearing all the evidence,
the court decided that all the boys wore
equally culpable. ami acquitted the
youthful defendants. His honor used to
th row stones himself when a boy,
Foresters Entertain
A pleasant entertainment and social
was given on Thursday evening in For
ester hall by Angelina Circle No. 10C,
Com pun ion sof tho Forest. The chair
man of the reception committee was W.
F. Steele, assisted by Mesdames McCoy,
tiamblu and Charles Blumenthal. An
enjoyable programme was rendered, par
ticipated in by Miss I'illard, Miss Soboon
man. Miss Annie Levy, \V. Itoach, Mast*
ers Willie Coiiirhlin and Leo Clev. laud,
Miss Sadie Blumenthal. Carrie Hodg
man, Fauhne Cleveland, Miss Motte, Miss
Hell, Mary Truan, Flora Hi v men tha I.
Mrs. Furgerson, NVllie, .lessie, Tilly. Sadie
and Lily Green hart, Willie Hodgroan,
Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Tuckler and Mr. Hat
field. A pleasant social was held after
wards. During the evening a telegram
was received from San .lose announcing
that Mrs. Andrews, a resident of Los
Angeles, was elected grand chief com
panion of tbe order.
To Catalina Island on the Santa Fe
Next Monday, June 10th, a through
car from I.os Angeles to Long Beach and
San Pedro, connecting with the steamer
for Catalina, will leave La Grande sta
tion, every day except Sunday, at \
o'clock on special train. Returning, this
car will leavn San I'edro at 10:36 a. m.
after arrival of steamer from Catalina.
Redondo Beach Trains
Santa Fe trains leave today at 9 a.m..
lo a.m., 1:40 p.m.. s:i-5 p.m." Sunday at
it a.m., 10 a.m., 1:20 p.m., 5:25 p.m.
Round trip, 50c.
The leader for Tine millinery, Mrs.
Joseph Moffatt, 8129 South Spring "street.
Coolest place in the city to lunch, hit
tie Neck clams on shell. Hollenbeck cafe.
Wall paper at Eckttrom'ft, 324 s. Spring it*
At Highland Asylum —
Reporter—How long has he been
Keeper—About six months.
Reporter—What's his trouble?
Keeper—Doctors say softening of
the brain, due to Nervous Debility.
He is constantly jabbering about
"Free Prescriptions," "Electric
Belts, 1 * "Not a Dollar Need Be Paid"
propositions, etc. At lucid intervals
he talks quite intelligently and
mentions a Dr. White of 128 North
Main st, the specialist for men's
diseases, whom he very much re
gretted not having consulted long
before the lunacy commissioners
sent him here.
Reporter—Any hope for him?
Dr. Gomez
345 South Broadway
Manufacturer of and dealer in
221 COMMERCIAL ST., Los Aneeles.Cal.
Complete Cure j^^f^^
The oniy Doctors in Southern California treating
Diseases of ]WEEN Exclusively
To show our ability, we will not ask for
A Dollar Until We Cure You
We are specialists for every form of Weakness and Private Diseases of Men. and nothing else.
We cure every form of Seminal Weakness in eight weeks. We cure Varicocele in three days.
All other Private Diseases of which we make a specialty cured quickly, aud at prices within the reach of all.
Cor. Main and Third Sts., over Weils Farg;o. Office Hours. 9to 4, 7108:30. Private side entrance on Third SUct>
1000 Tarda all BIU ,lapane«e Silks, cardinal, pink. ->fk f„„f £ Pjit* Vn Vl\
salmon, blue, cream, black WBHkS rCI
1000 yards all-Silk Fancy Silks, in stripes and broken 25 CdltS Per Yard
500 yards, 25 Inches wide, all-Silk Mack Rirah Silks EJQ CetltS Pef Yflfd
DISPLAYED IN BROW WINDOW. Our prim, cannot be equaled. Our assortment can
not be excelled. Waist silks 'JOe per yard to por ytird. Everything yoti can possibly
ask for.
SPECIAL SALE TODAY in our Ladies' ani Gentlemen's FURN
ISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT. 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black
HOSIERY, in all sizes, at 12 l-2c per pair, worth almost double.
Paper Patterns 10c apiece.
THI3 ADVERTISEMENT changed every other day. It will b -hard to duplicate any o(
our bargains. Hoods delivered iree in any pn ri <n Pasadena. Mall orders solicited.
Gibson's <m
Closing=Out Sale
Of Ladies' and Children's Vj
shoes fr\
At 142 and 144 North Spring Street h%V??ffe
His Prices enable me to %i£^^V*
have a greater variety k-^tt/M Ag£ r
for my money than if I " -^^o
bought elsewhere.
Beautiful MAT Surface
Price same as ordinary finish, at
I.argeat and moit complete Photwraph S'udio in Southern Californ-a
Hlrnett Award Diplomaat Übloag. ■< or'd's Fair. ISSM.
First Prise Gold Medal abav* all competitors at Midwinter Fair, San Francisco
And Highest Award abone all competitors wherever work was entered In com on rf
lion in the state.
Studio, 107 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Going at THE BUSY BEE See Our
2 rKIUL MbSS&S^ Shoes
Mostly small «»„,.„ $ 3 sf.
sizes. ibVji. «P»-'«»-7\J
Grand Prizes to be given away June Ist. Every $1.00 purchase
* gets a ticket.
The Place 18 The Busy Bee, 20! N. Spring
Of General Merchandise and Grain Solicited. Household Goods carefully
handled. Goods covered by insurance if desired.
telephone 162 WIT. M. HAURICE, Lessee and Manager.
th^™hS re ||(![ 10 DISTILLED 11
The only GTARANTEED venerable cure ! At the Crystal Ice Co.
for these diseases in the state.
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