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RECORD OF A DAY SOUTH OF THE THEACEPHI
PASADENA NEWS NOTES
The Sociological Society Dis
cusses Money
AUSTIN'S ORGAN RECITAL
An Interesting Meeting of the Epworth
League
A Pleasant Utile Party-Southern Pacific
Almost Ready far Business.
News Items
PASADENA, .lime 9.—At tho meeting
of Jlho .Sociological society last evening
the third discussion of the money ques
tion was held, and it was very evident
that a keen interest is taken in these dis
cussions, which increases at eacli meet
ing. G. A. R. hall was well iilled and a
lively debate was kept up until the hour
ior adjournment, when it was decided to
continue the same subject at tlie next
meeting. William Mattoon, an attorney
who has lately come to Pasadena, intro
duced the subject, and others followed in
ten-minute speeches. Mr. Mattoon sup
ported tho gold standard. Ho said in in
troducing his subject that it was hardly
nccessay to discuss the question "Why
any money at all?" for all nations have
found it necessary to havo some medium
Ol exchange in transacting business, and
thov have found gold and silver the most
desirable. As to tlie value of gold and
silver, opinions differ. One says money
receives its value from the tiat of govern
ment, another says troni its intrinsic,
value. These are tho extreme views.
Neither is right. Its value is determined
by supply and demand and by act of tho
government. Gold .s the leading metal
in the industi ies und is used as money
on account of there being so much value
in a small weight, and because it is so
conveniently portable. The Montana
statue of Ada Keliun shows the true re
lation—silver on a gold base. The total
amount of gold in the world is about four
billion dollars. .Silver is about the same.
The money in circulation In tbe United
States is about two billions, of which
about one-quarter is silver, one-quarter
cold and tho other half paper money.
The nations that are the most advanced
have gold as a basis. England once at
tempted to keep Up both gold and silver,
with the result that silver bjcame worth
Very little. Prance undervalued gold,
which placed Her on a silver basis.
; it is not settled yet permanently, and
in tl.e settlement of this question tlio ex
perience of civilized nations is the best
guide. The various money conferences
have all failed in their object. The in
ternational confcience on tho subject
held in Prance, the object of which was
to establish a universal gold standard,
came to naught. The nations could not,
agree. However, us a result, Germany,
Sweden and Denmark adopted the gold
standard,and shortly afterward the Latin
union virtually demonetized silver and
placed their currency on a gold stand
ard. About this time the Bland bill was
passed, providing for tbe coinage of two
to four millions of dollars per month iv
silver and placing it on an equality with
gold. From that time all nations adopt
ed the gold standard. The United States
is under the gold standard today. The
Latin union, Prance, Spain. Italy,Oreece,
Servia, Rouinnnia-comprising 180,000.000
people—is one body against us. Why
should the United States try to insist on
the fice coinage of silver against all tho
world?
This should not cc considered a parti
san question, is it fair to stamp as a
dollar an anion nt ol'j'silver worn about 60
cents? If we do, gold will disappear
Irom our land. Will go to Europe. Where
its true value is known. We will become
the dumping ground of ail the world,and
worse than that, there will bo a greater
panic than wben the note of treason
sounded through the land. Wno is it that
wants free coinage. The silver mine
owners and those directly interested.
These aro the men that are raising the
great hue and cry about the bad condi
tion of tho country. The United States
is the most prosperous nation on the
globe today. Periods of business depres
sion will happen everywhere, hut we aro
hetter off than Europe by far. Why not be
an optimist rather than a pessimist.?
A revolutionary wave seems to be pass
ing over this country. The west und the
south will probably cairy free silver.
Then will come the panic, long And terri
ble, and repentance in sackcloth and
ashes.
Samuel Weight said that although we
had demonetization to a degree by the
Bland act, still the gold did not leave tlie
country. How is It? Isn't gold leaving
the country very fast now? Why did
these money conferences fail? Because
they were backed by tbe money kings,
just like our legislatures. I believe in
Loth gold and silver, and when there is
not enough,then paper money. But sup
posing wo hud paper money only. It the
government goes down, where* is fyour
money? It must huve a basis in metal.
Di. Lyman Allen was called on to speak
by a number in tbe bull. He began by
saying that there hail been niiiiiy talk's
in Pasadena on the money question, and
mostly on ono side. He had spent a good
deal of time in studying the question and
felt perfectly clear as to the real solution
of it, as no doubt most of his bearers did.
But seriously there has been a soit of
evangelistic work done all over tho
country, mostly by tlio silver men, and
no wonder it has accomplished a good
deal. Speeches have been made by tho
score, books published and tracts issued.
The [cople who think differently are just
waking up. Even little Chile, away
down in South America. lias practically
established the gold standard. What
possible sense can thero be in paving
somebody lour or live times the value of
something lor tho privilege of coining it?
Particularly when wu already havo mil
lions more than wo can use.
What do wo mean by bimetallism? I
say thero is no such thing as a bimetallic
standard. The only kind wo can huve is
what we havo now in this country. Wo
must havo ono measure, one pound.
Gold has a definite value, or very nearly
so. Without tho Btamp it is worth just as
much one place as another, whether in
China or Prance. 1 want to read tho latest
word from Marion Cannon, our Populist-
Democratic congressman. The substance
of this letter was to tne effect that Cannon
had been to the treasury department
nnd gazed upon the 13.000 tons of silver
dollars stoied there and tho 5,600 tons of
silver bullion yet uncoined, which object
lesson appear* to have bad some effect
upon the congressman, for he finishes
his letter in this manner: "Don't you
think we'd better make somo provision
lor tho coinage of this silver bullion
(6,600 tons! whicn tlie people own, be
fore wo throw open our mints to the
work.?"
Mr. Tabor wanted to ask a quest o:i or
two. He said ho had scon the 118,000,000
in silvei that has been locked up in tho
San Francisco branch mint for some
thing like eleven years and he wanted to
know wny this money, besides tho im
mense amount at Washington, had not.
been put into circulation instead of the
government issuing bonds? Il was evi
dent that the audience was warming up
to the subject and, from this time on
pertinent questions wero asked on all
tides and there was no lack of answers.
The lost question brought Mr. Dunham
to his feet who said that evidently tlie
' gentleman was not aware that the gorern
ment had made efforts to get this silver
into ciiculatioti by issuing circulars di
rected to the banks all over the country
first issued by a Republican administra
tion, then re-issued by the Democrats—
stating that the government would for
ward, expressage prepaid, any amount oi
silver dollars in return for greenbacks,
to get them into circulation. But the
banks wouldn't have them. The people
had no use for them. That is why these
silver cart wheels remain in the treasury.
Money is a commercial tool of trade, and
people want the best tool, just as a car
penter does, or as a farmer does. The
best tool for money transactions is gold.
We can't do business with the Germans,
Scandinavians, the Latin union, unless
we have gold. You see much in the
papers about gold going out of this
countiy, but little of tho other side.
There are certain times when gold goes
out to pay interest due, but other times
when it comes back to pay for exports.
Less actual money is used than formerly,
owing to perfection of methods of doing
business. Messrs. Swcrdfingei and Larkin
spoke for paper money.
Number Your House Correctly
PABAIJIfv_A. June !).—The_.postoffice
departmo'nt at WashingtorfThas given in
structions to have three of the largo, wat
erproof package boxes placed at the base
of the mail boxes at the principal corners
so that packages and papers may be left
in them instead of necessitating a trip to
the postothce. This is a convenience
that will be much appreciated. The post
ollice department is certainly dealing very
leniently with Pasadena in not taking
away the free delivery service, consider
ing tlio wretched state of the numbering
of houses throughout the town. It is nest
to impossible for a stranger to find any
residence he may be seeking, if lie has
only the numbcrjand street as a guide, for
quite as often ns not a number contain
in a single figure adjoins another with
three figures, and a treat many houses
havo no num her at all. Every resident
can get his correct number by applying at
tho city hall.
Epworth League Meeting
PASADENA, June!!.—The meeting of
the Epworth League on Friday evening
at the Methodist church was well at
tended and the musical programme was
very creditable and much enjoyed by tho
largo audienco. Mrs. F. S. Wallace had
charge of the programme, and it was
largely owing to her efforts that the en
tertainment was sucii a success.
Miss Morse and Mr. Frank 11. Turner
each read a paper on musical themes, and
Miss Morse illustrated her paper by play
ing a Hungarian marc h. Both papers
were well written and showed consider
able knwledge of tbe subject. Miss Ty
son and the (ireen brothers played a
couple of trios for piano, violin and Hutc,
which were much enjoyed. Solos were
given by Messrs. Peck and Smith, and
Messrs. Jones and Smith, which added
much to tlie onjoymont of the pro
gramme.
Dr. Austin's Organ Recital
PASADENA, Jun 9.—Dr. Oliver Aus
tin gave an organ recital at the Univer
salist church this afternoon at 5 o'clock
which was much enjoyed by the large
audience present. The following pro
gramme was rendered: Allegro Maestoso,
G. E. Whiting; Canzona, Op. -17. No. 1,
Ouilmant; Offertoire, op. 25; Batiste:
I'riere. Op. Hi. No. 2, Ouilmant; duet Tha
Morn of landless Light, Owen; Mr. Kla
mrotb and Mr.Kendall: Marche Punebre,
Op. 41, No. 1, Ouilmant; Andante,
Lefebure Wely; Crand choeur, Op. 18 No.
i, Ouilmant. ,
Brevities
PASADENA, Juno 9. —Mr. and Mrs.
Theodo.e Coleman entertained a small
party of their relatives and friends on
Friday evening at their home, in honor
of tbe twenty-fifth anniversary of their
wedding day. A number of choice gifts
wore brought in token of tlie silver anni
versary, and after a sumptuous supper
the evening was spent in listening to
music and in social conversation.
Miss Coleman, who lias lately completed
her music studies in Boston, delighted
the guests with her artistic playing.
The V. I*. S.C. E. of the Presbyterian
church met Friday evening und c c .ted
the following oHicers for the ensuing
year: President, Martha Thomson: vice
president R. 11. Fulton; recording sec
retary, Katie Mosher; corresponding sec
retary, Charlotte Tuttle; treasurer, Al*
free! Cochrane; chairmen of committees,
Robert Pulton. S. M. Allen. Jean McCor
mack. Mrs. P. L. Clark, Jessie Tuttle,
Mamie Bangham, W. M. Campbell, C.
E. Johnson; chorister, C. 10. Monfort:
pianist, Ina Goodwin; superintendent of
Juniors, Scott Ggden.
Tlie Southern Pacific company will soon
be running trains into Pasadena, judging
from the wny the dirt is Hying on Broad
way. Tomorrow will probably see the
rails laid up to Colorado street, the grade
being nearly finished up to that point
already. It is quite probable that the
road will not stop there long.
Wedding announcements, engraved or
printed; mail orders carefully filled ; sam
ples free. H, M. Lee it Bro., 11U N. Spring
CORONADO
some of the People and Events at the Big
Hotel
CORONADO, June 9.—Mr. and Mrs.
Irving L. Blinn, nee Genevieve Nannary,
are spending a portion of their honey
moon at tiie Hotel del Coronado.
S. B. Toby, general manager of tho
Union Ice company, San Francisco, is a
guest here.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dodsworth of Pasa
dena arrived on Saturday and have taken
apartments at the hotel tor the season.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson McNab are
hero from Los Penusquita ranch for one
of their frequent visits.
K. 11. Wade is spending Sunday with
Mrs. and Miss Wado at Hotel del" Coro
nado.
John V. Beekiuan, superintendent of
tho well-known Lidgerwood manufactory.
New York, is spending several months
here for Ihe botlefit of his health.
J. B. Alexander of Los Angeles is the
guest ol Captain and Mrs. Chatles T.
Ilinde at their elegant home on C avenue,
Coronado.
Mrs. Mary Price has purchased the fine
residence of General Wobb on G avenue,
opposite tbe new Episcopal church. Mrs.
Price, who has largo mining interests in
Mexico, is spending her second season at
the hotel, accompanied by her son, E, B.
Price, and daughter, Mrs. Howell Hinds.
? Charles Nordhoff, the veteran journal
ist, has lelt his Coronado home lor a few
weeks' visit In New York. Mr. Nordhoff
is accompanied by his daughter,
h W. Oakley, England, is making an ex
tended visit at the hotel.
ANAHEIM
A Big Beet Crop -Result of the -School Elec
tion
ANAHEIM, June S.—The members of
Co. G expect to hold an election on tho
li'Jd of this month tn select a captain. It
is anticipated that a fiist lieutenant will
also have to be elected, as First Lieuten
ant Laudell is looked upon as the coming
captain.
A hop was held In the Orangethorpe
school house last evening for the purpose
ol securing funds to purchase a hell
for tbe new school building. Over 126
persons were present ami the event is
considered a great success, both socially
and financially, ftiO being the sum total of
the receipts.
t Mrs. Harriet Kelh-gg of San Diego
is in our city, a guest of her daughter,
Mrs. W. A. Kugg.
The following programme has been an
nounced for the commencement exercises
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY JTJTNTE 10, 1895.
by the graduating class at Reiser's opera
house Friday evening. Juno 14th, at 8
o'clock: Lottie Brown, Criticism of Ivan
hoe; Edna Williamsi Criticism of Les
Miserable*; Pauline Netuetz, Ships; Maud
Wilmoth, Class History—poem; Edith
Bates, Tracks; Louisa Rinker, At the
Bottom of the Sea; Alfonso Fossek,
Bugs; Rudolph Fossek, Insects; Clar
ence White, Pipes; Leslie Heald, Han
dles: Bert Elliot, Criticism of David
Coppefield.
At the school election held yesterday
for the purpose of selecting a member of
the hoard of trustees, Mr. M. 1,. Rogers re
ceived all of the votes cast. Ho succeeds
Mr. C. O. Rust.
The principal topic of conversation
among our farmers on the west is regard
ing tho great beet crop.
A meeting of the W, C. T. 11. of this
city will be held in the Presbyterian
church next Tuesday afternoon.
M. B. Fassett's fruit dryer is being put
in order for the coming campaign,
George Bovd is the manager.
Mr. E. ft. Wade of Los Angeles has
been selected to serve the beet growers of
Anaheim in the capacity of chemist this
season.
AMOMi THE BREAKERS
People Whe Enjoyed the Day at Santa lon
ici Yesterday
SANTA MONICA, June 9.—There was
a large delegaton at Santa Monica, all
trains being crowded beyond comfort on
both roads and many longing for electric
communication, though the Southern
Pacific gave a superb servico over their
road, making tlie run on the through
trains in 25 minutes.
The first concert at the band stand by
the Los Angeles Military band came up
to the high expectations of the multitude.
Among those who have taken rooms at
the Atlanta are Mr. and Mrs. J. G. King
and family of Denver; Mrs. W. W. Web
ster and family of Pasadena; Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Fudickur and family of Los
Angeles.
S Tlie Horald'S work in favor of the resort
is receiving enconiums on every hand.
Fred Voting, Isaac Gable, J. E. Gibson
and J. E. Cavanaugh of Chino registered
at the St. James.
R. W. Watson, jr., Robert Watson, jr.,
Edward Matner, Victor Lang* of Los An
geles lunched at the St, James.
J. C. Copp of Lincoln, Neb., is at tbe
beach for a few days.
H. W. Augustine, L. F. Vetter wero
seen enjoying Arcadia luxuries.
Dr. C. Fortune of Chino is at tho Ar
cadiu.
Mrs. James C. Webber of Los Angeles
is spending a week at the Arcadia.
J. C. Copuge. Philadelphia: 10. S. Wad
del, St. Joe. Mo.; E. P. McNaught, San
Francisco,are among tlio transients reg
istered at Hotel Arcadia.
■ The charming Miss Ohio Howell of St.
Paul enjoyed her Sunday beside the sea.
B. F. Harrison is at the Arcadia.
Enoch Knight cai*.e down Saturday
evening, spending Sunday at Santa Mon
ica, at the Arcadia.
John R. Byrne, general passenger agent
of the Southern California railroad, ac
companied by his sister, Miss Mary
Byrne, is at the Arcadia.
A. 11. Gross and Irwin Kerr of Chicago
were at tho beach.
Miss Wheeler is one of the Chicago
folks who lunched at tho Arcadia.
Miss Brown, G. W. Thomson, H. G.
Wilsliiro and wife, Mr. ami Mrs. C. O.
Carpenter of Hudson, Mich,, enjoyed a
day on beach and bluff.
J. F, Forester and wife of the Angel
City are registered at the Arcadia.
J. F. Burns of I'aso Robles was more
than delighted with Arcadia luxuries.
W. W. Weis of Washington, D. C, is at
til c St. James.
0. It. Stone. 11. W. Stone.W. S. Smith,
C. F. Smith and (I. A. Tuttle are a jolly
quartette at tbe St. James.
CARLSBAD
School Election—Progress of Silk Culture.
Harvesting in Pull Blast
CARLSBAD, Juno 9. —Friday tho
school election took place. Thero was
somewhat of a contest, and a full vote
was polled, resulting in the election of
Dr. Shirley, (leorgo Sbeifer and C. P.
Nelson as trustees for the coming year.
Our young neighbor. Minneapolis
Beach colony, is improving. They have
erected a'Cocuonory and 160,000 worms are
busy consuming all the mulberry leaves
they can secure. Another cocoonery is to
be erected in a short lime, and every
offort is being made to build up tho in
dustry.
Harvesting is in full blast. The yield
is good, if the prices will only remain
proportionately so.
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The noblest words that ever wero spoken,
Have, been from sorrow and suffering wrung.
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E'en the harp is meaningless, dead and dumb
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The only Doctors in Southern California treating
Diseases of JViEIN 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 mske a specialty cured quickly, and at prices within the reach of all.
Cor. Main and Third Sts., over Wells Fargo. Office Hours: 9to 4, 7108:30. Private side entrance on Third Stra^
DR. WONG HIM, who has practiced medt*
cine in Los Angeles for BO years, and
whoso office is at 039 Upper Main street, will
treat by medieino all diseases of women, men
and children. Tho dor-tor claims th»t he hat
r. medics that are superior to t-.ii others as *
specific tor troubles of women and men. A
trial alone will convince the sick that Dr.
Wong Him'R remedies are more efficacious than
can he prescribed, Dr Wong Him is a Chinese
physician of prominence and a gentleman oi
responsibility. His reputation is more than
well established, ami all persons needing hie
services can rely on his skill aud ability. A
cure is guarantod in every case in which a re
covery is possible. Herb medicines for Bale.
OR. WONG HIM
HERB DOCTOR,
6)9 Upper Main Street, Los Angeles.
P. O. BOX ii'J7, STATION C.
Los am.ki.ks, CAL,, June 17, 1894. j
To the PUBLIC: I have been suffering with
piles and kidney troubles forever five years,
ami have tried several remedies, but all failed
to relieve me. A short time since I tried I>r,
Wong Him, 689 (Jpuer Main street, and I am
now well and strong, and consider him a first
class doctor. Yours truly,
W. 11. HILLYKK.
235 S. Hill st., Los Angeles, CaL
Los ANGKLH, June 9, 1893.
To thb Pi'blic: For over five years I hnv«
heen troubled with nervous sick lieadaohe and
liver complaint, 1 didn't seem to find any help
from the many doctors and medicines that I
tried until 1 tried iJr. Wong Him, 639 (Jppej
Jiaiu street, lam now well. Yours truly.
MISS M. ti. iiIIOCK,
48 Ilinton aye., Los Angeles, CaL
TO THE PUBLIC:
Los AXGBLBB Cat, July I*l, 1894.
PR. WONG HIM. 639 Upper Main st.
Dear Bx'R: 1 take pleasure iv adding my tee*
tlmony to the many you nave already received.
1 will say that after taking your treatment foi
catarrh ol the head and throat, that I am now
well, and ask you to refer to mo any person
that may feel skeptical ami 1 will satisfy them
es to tho efficacy of your treatment. Yourf
truly, i. X KING,
Attorney ana Notary Public,
faiarveuita, CaL
De JARNATTS
TEXftS
Horse • Liniment
For Man or Beast
What Mr. C. A. Durfee, one of the
most able drivers in California and
developer of the most fashionable
bred horses in this state has to say
about De Jarnatt's Texas Horse
Liniment:
I was persuaded by Mr. Ed. Geers
to try your liniment while in this
city, and I cannot say too much for
it, after your veterinary agent, W. H.
Murphy, instructed me how to use it.
! shall use nothing else as long as I
can get it. No stable or household
should be without it, as I use it in my
house as well as in my stable, with
best results wherever I use it. It is
one of the best liniments for lumbago,
sciatic pains anywhere about the body
for man or beast. It should be used
by all humane horse owners and fam
ilies. Yours truly,
C. A. OURFEE,
Los Angeles, Cal.
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
FARMERS & HERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS KNGELES, CAL,
CAPITAL (PAtD I P) 9 3no,00»
SURPLUS AND RESERVE 820 000
TOTAL $1,820,000
OFFICERS; I DIRECTORSi
I. W. HELLMAN President jW. H. I'errv, C. E. Thorn, A. Glasseli.
H. W. HELLMAN ..Vice-President ■ O. W. Childs, C. Ducommua.
H.J. FLEISHMAN Cashier I T. L. Dunne, ' J. B. Lankerahim,
G. HBIMANN Assistant Cashier I 11. w. Hellman, I. W. Hellman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange—Special Collection Department
CORRESPONDSNCE INCITED
STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
OF LOS ANGELES
CHPITHL, PHID UP lIS GOLD COIN. $500,000
A general bfnking business transacted Interest paid on time deposi's We act as
trustees, guardians, administrators, etc. Safe deposit boxes for rent.
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS:
H. J. WOOLLACOTT. President. J. F. '10WELL, First Vice-President. W\RRE.NGI'
LELEN, Second Vice.pr'Sident. JNO. W. A. OFF, Cashier. M. B. LEWIS. Ass't Cnshl.»
GEO. H. BONEBRAKE. X F. PORTER. F. C HOWES It. H. HOWELL P M GREEN
W. V. GARDINER, B F. HALL. ' " *"
MAIN RTREKT SAVINGS RANK AND
TRUST COMPANY. Junction of Main,
Spring and Temple streets (Temple Block).
Capital Stock IjI^OJ.OOO
Surplus and fronts II.UUO
Five percent paid on term deposits.
Money loaned un real eslato only.
OTfXCSRSI
T. L. IH'QL'E. President
J. 13 KANKBRSHIM, Vice-President.
.1. V. WACHTEL, Cashier.
DIRBCT0B8:
IT. W. Hellman, J. B. I.ankorshim,
L N. Van Nuvs, O. T. John on,
Kasparc Conn. 11. W. O'Melvenf
W. O. Kerekhnff. T. L. Uuquo,
Daniel Mever, S. V
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS HANK,
2JU N. Main st.
Capital Stock $100,000
Surplus 35,000
J. E. Plater, Pres. tt. W Bellman, V-Prsa,
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors—l. VV. well man, J. K. Plater, H.
W. Hellman, 1. W. Hellman, jr.. W. M. i as well.
Interest paid on deposits. Money lo loan oa
firsl-cUsb real ental*.
UMBANKOFSAViiGS
CAPITAL STOCIf, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
OFFICERS AMD OIRCCTons:
>». W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson IN. E. McVay
Prest. VTC-Pmt CMhltl
C. G. Harrison S. H. Moil R- M. Bakor
A. C. Pomaroy S. A. Butler
INTER EST FA! P O N D m P 2m!7?
SOUTHEBN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
101 s. Spring si.. Nadeau Mock.
W. U GRAVES ....President
WILLIAM P. BOSBYSHKLL ...Vloe-Presldenl
C. N flint Cashier
W. 11. uul.l.lDAY Assistant ( ashler
Capital, p«id in gold coin $200,000
Surplus and undivided profits 25,000
Authorized capital JOU.OUO
niRBOTORSI
I. N. Breed, H. T, Newell, William 11. Avery,
Silas llolman, w. H Holllday, F. C. Bosby
shell, w L.Graves, Frank Under, D. Remlek,
Thunuis uoss, E. P. BoibyshoU,
DR. SPARREVOHN
DENTIST + DENTIST
218 NORTH MAIN STREET, ROOMS 10 & U
7VSV PRICE-S I=OR DENTSL WORK:
Set of Teeth $8 00 Best S. S. White Teeth $10 00
Silver Filling ... 50 Gold Crowns $5 00 and $9 00
Gold Alloy Filling 100 Gold Fillings $2 00 and uf
My work is as painless as good work will allow. I.ADY ASSISTANT. Office open SUNDAY!
anil svenlaattt Office over lleinremail's emu store
THE PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU
110 West Second Street,
LOS ANGELES,
Supplies Business Houses daily with all infnr
mation in their line, covering the entire
Const.
OF LOS ANOEI.E& "*
'-np-.tal Mock.. »400,000
, ..?.)","'■ Il " d "nd'd profits over 2:i0,00J
J. U. EL.1.101 r, l're*i<Jeut
VV.O. KKKCKHOrr. V. Prcs't
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier
0. IS SHAFFER, Ass'l Cashier
UIHtcrORS:
j. m. Eiiuott, j. a BiokaalL
F. 0. Ktory, 11. jcvnc,
J. l>. Hooker, \v. c. Patterson,
Win. 0, KercUhoff.
Ko publla fundi or other preferred denoeiti
received by this beak. '
•J OS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
OHtTSD STATES UKPOSITORY.
Capital SJMIO.OOO
Surplus ;)T,500
Total *537,r>00
GEORGE H, BONEBRAKE President
W v BRKMiI LLKLEN Vice-President
F. ('. HOWES Cashier
li. W. COE Assistant Cashier
DTRBCToas:
H. Boaobrake, Warrea Glllelan, P. 51.
Green, CbarletA. Marriner, VV. C. Brown. A.
W. rrancisco, K. P. Johnson, M. T. AlUn. F. 0.
Howes.
'ihis bank lias no deposits oi either tha
county or city treasurer, and therefore no pre
ferred' creditors.
SAVINGS BANK St TRUST CO.
148 B. Main St., near Second.
Capital Mock $200,000
Five per cent interest naid on fiecosits.
Money loaned on real estate only.
Directors—J. F. Sartori, Pres.; Maurice 8.
Hellmun, V.-P.; \V. 1). Longyear, Cashier;
rteriuan VV. Hellman, 11. J. Fl-ischman, M. L.
Fleming, J. A. Graves, C. A. Shaw. J. H. Shank
land. F. O. Johnkou. Dr. VV. 1* Grave*.
I - HADTI PV The Hatter makes g
I ® I IrlK ILC T „ ld ~a IR ucw . 9
* 164' ■. SOUTH MAIN STREET. %
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