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JONES DIES OF HIS WOUND An Inquest Held by the Coroner on the Body JURY SCORES MRS. JONES Errington Charged With the Murder of the Husband Heartless Behavior ot the Woman—A Re volting Story ot Cruelty to a Cat Learned of the Joneses Herbert E. Jones, the man who has been lying at the receiving hospital with • bollet embedded in bis backbone for several days, died yesterday morning at 7:25. The body was removed to the nndertaking establishment of Kregelo A Bresee on Broadway, nnd Coroner Camp bell held an inquest upon it yesterday afternoon. The post mortem which was had befoie resulted In finding the bullet in Jones' spinal column from which it had to be chopped. The bullet had also pierced the left lung. Mrs. Jones was at the inquest and dis gnsted many by her unseemly c-induct. While tbe mutilated body of the man whose death she is indirectly guilty of, lay not thirty feet away from her in a coftin, she stood out on the sidewalk holding a conversation with a man and a woman, wtncb, judging from her smiles, must have been pleasant and en tertaining in its nature. Among the objects which lay upon the table before the coroner were several alleged Dieces of poetry composed by Jones and which be had addressed to bis Wife. They were retrospective and were a plea for reconciliation. Another one was some terribly badly spelled rhymes about bis dead baby. Some of the neighbors ot the Jones' tell a very revolting story in connection with that little child. When it was very sick Mrs. Jones went the rounds ot her neigh bors' houses for the purpose of securing a cat to show to tbe infant. A man chased nis cat and when he had caught it handed it over to Mrs. Jones. Sbe took it away but never brought it back. When the wife of this man missed the pussy she made inquiries as to its where abouts and by dint of much questioning learned that'the poor animal had been skinned aliTe|ancl some oi its viscera placed upon the sick baby's breast. Tnis remedy of the middle ages had no effect and the little one succumbed. The Joneses narrowly escaped arrest for cruelty to an animal at tbe time. Errington was brought from the city jail by two policemen, ami was present throughout the inquest, although he had nothing to say. He was anxious to have a little chat with Mrs. Jones, but his guards would not allow it. Dr. Bryant. Mrs. Cora Jones. Miss Ba con and Andy Springer, the fireman who arrested Errington. gave testimony. Their evidence was not materia ly differ ent from the story of the shooting related in these columns at the time of the deed. Mrs. Cora Jones admitted that she had gone to tbe theater with Errmirtou. but she denied that anything of ■ mure crim inal nature had occurred between them. Her husband, she said, had no revolver, althoueh he bad threatened to shoot Kr rington. When sbe had warned the lat ter he bad replied, "Weil, let him shoot away. The verdict of the jurr was tbat "Her bert E. Jones came to his death on the 20th day of June by a gunshot wound in flicted with a M2-ca*liber revolver in the hands of J. Bidwcll Errington: and we believe Mrs. Cora Jones was indirectly the cause of I er husband's death, inas" niuch as she refused to heed her hus band's pleadings to not keep company with Other men. Furthermore we deplore the fact that rirearms are carried and used so freely on the streets and in pub lic places, rendering it unsafe for people to appear in public, and we recommend that, the full penalty be dealt to those wno are guilty of such offense." This document was signed by H. C. Poyser, foreman, Carlos 1.. Smart" Albert K. Fox, Oliver O. App, Andrew Thomp son and .1. S. Freeman. A brothet of Errington has arrived from Napa to look after his brother's interests. Messrs. Bowon A Holloway, attorneys at law. bave been retained to defend him. Tbis man, who is older than Bidwe'.l. Ufcugbed when he referred to the immense wealth which his father is credited with possessing. That opulence, ne said, existed merely in tbe mind of Oscar Smith, the silly youth who is now in jail for carrying a* loaded revolver. A complaint sworn to by Detective Hawley was tiled yesterday w'itb Jtustico Morrison, charging John Bidwell Erring ton with the murder of Jones. He will he arraigned this morning. Superlnr Court Notes C. B. Gray, charged with burglary, was granted a new trial yesterday by Judge Bhaw, and the case was ordered trans ferred to department one. Charles Pinard, charged with grand larceny, in the theft of a Fowler bicycle from tbe local agency, was found guilty as charged by a jury in Judge Clark's court yesterday. The court adjourned to 10 a.m. today ior sentence, pending a motion for a new trial. Anna B. Gibbs yesterday secured a di vorce, on a cross-complaint, from H. L. Gibbs, the court allowing her $100 attor neys' fees and $20 per month alimony. In tbe suit of Bridget Flaherty against the city, to quiet title to a strip of prop erty on Geary avenue, condemned for sidewalk purposes. Judge McKinley yes terday decided in favor of the city. Plain tff's only witness, Nora O'l.earety, nearly fainted from nervousness when placed oil tbe stand. Frank Incalls ot Chicago versus Mrs. T. E. Wilkinson of Pomona, for the pos session of the former's child, Eva Inyalls. aged 4, was decided yesterday by Judge York awarding the child to the father. "Argument in the suit of J. E. Hunter against J. F. Martin for attorney's fees was continued before Judge Shaw yester day. and probably the case will go to the jury today. William Wbitnev, rharged with assisting Flavio Medinis to escape from Whittier, was discharged from custody yesterday. The jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal, so he was discharged. The case was considered too insignificant for retrial. The suit of Moses Dawson for $50,00 damages from tiie Southern Pacific com pany for the loss of a limb, will be taken up again at 0 a.m. today. Tho argument is almost completed. A Strong Team R. S. Basset of "I Sell ttie Earth" fame. #tid Fred J. Smith, another reliable ami •nergetic real estate dealer, have formed a co-partnership and will continue to dis pose of large and small section? of tlio universe at the old stand, I'omona, (Jul. To Catalina Island via Santa Fe Bpecial leaves La (Irande station every day, except Sunday, at 1 o'clock, making direct connections with steamer for Ava ion. Excursion rates. Particulars ut iSanta Fe office, 1211 North Spring street. Try a gal. Maltese Club whisky, $;i.SO. Unexcelled for purity and flavor. T. Vaclio & Co.,cor. Commerc'l ,fc Alameda. Xe1.809. Usi German Family soap. Wall paper So, 7Hc per roll, 328 S. Spring Highest of all in Xeavening Tower.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report PUKE j TRIED POISON Henry Meybach Took a Deadly Drue but Will Recover A saloonkeeper at the corner of Com mercial and Los Angeles streets informed Officer Stephenson last evening at 7 o'clock that a man who had taken a drink in his place, just previously, swal lowed something immediately afterward, which he suspected to be poison. Stephen son hunted up the man. who admitted readily that he had taken a dea fly drug because he wanted to die. The ollicer I rang for the patrol wagon at once, but it was nearly half an hour aftter the man had taken the sttuff that Dr. Bryant, the : police surgeon, had a chance to use the : stomach pump upon him. At the receiving hospital the man. who ;is a German, gave the name ot Henry Meybach, and stated that he is a cousin of the Shafer Bros., who run the South ern Pacific hotei at Oceanside. He is sub ject to heart disease, and hud bought a hve-drachm bottle of hyoscine hydro broniatc. He had taken one drachm ac cording to prescripion since buying the i buttle, but when the desire to commit | suicide camejover him he swallowed the entire balance remaining in it. He will recover. MEMORANDA The most wonderful discovery of the age. | Something to take the place of oil : paints. Old or young who have never i painted can learn to do tbe most exquis | its work in a few hours. Call and see these colors at Lichtenberger's art stores, 107 North Main street,or 235 South Spring slreet. Dr. Rebeccal.ee Dorsey, Stimson block, first floor, rooms 120. 130, 131. Special at ' tention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and children. Electric ity scientifically used. Consultation hours, Ito 5. Tel. 1227. S. Conradi. jeweler and watchmaker. 113 ; South Spring street, makes a specialty of ■ line watch and jewelry repairing and I diamond sett.ng; an elegant line of opti i cal goods. A fine stock of watches and jewelry always on hand. Adams Bros., dentists. 2&0 1 , South ■ Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting. Best sets of teeth from $6 to j $10. Hours. Sto 5; Sundays. 10 to 12. The sweet-toned Bnggs pianos can be j bad at A. G. Gardner's piano house, Ha i Winston street, also the Mathushek, ■ Swick aud Apolo. Best security at cut rates. Sewing ! machines, in good working order, for $5 I each, 128 South Main street. Insure in the Phoenix Assurance com ! ranv. A. C. Golsh, agent, 147 South Broadway. Tel. 020. Step at the Atlanta Hotel, opposite Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica; new, neat i and clean. F. K. Cunningham, dentist, removed ' to Stimson block.corner Third and Spiing. I Tel. 45. ! Sharp i Samson, funeral directors (in ; dependent), S.'lrj South Spring street. Tel. 1 i 1021". The Advanced Davis sewing machine is tha best. Otlice. 128 Soutli Main street. I An elegant upright piano for sale at a , bargain. C. E. Day. 127 S. Broadway. Dr. A. Z. Valla's office. New McDonald i block: residence, 211 Boyle avenue. All kin-Is of sewing machines to rent; ' 128 South Main street. P.oonn $2 a week and up. I*. S. Hotel. About Those Sunday Trains to Santa Monica We have added an B*6oa. m. "Fish" train runnng through on fast time tn Port Los Angeles stopping only at Winthrop, University and Santa Monica. : ( Pompano are biting again.) The 9:35 a. m. special is a hummer. 25 minutes to Santa Monica, no stops after leaving Ar cade depot. Here's the time-table: Leave Arcade depot. 8:50, 9:05, 0:35, 9:55, 10:30 a. m., 1:00. 1:10 p. m. Last train leaves Santa Monica ti:ls p. m. Southern Pa i cities round trip Saturdays and Sundays, ■50 cents. St. Vincent's College Commencement Week Sunday. June 23d. at 10:30 a. ra.— Solemn uiaas of thankgsiving: sermon by the president, St. Vincent's church. Monday. June 24th. 8 p. m. —Literary exercises; distribution of premiums; col lege hall. Wednesday, June 20th. 7:30 p. m.— Alumni meeting, college hall. Thursday, June 27th, 8 p. m.—Com mencement, exjreises, Los Angeles the ater. Girls Wanted One hundred and eighty girls between the ages oi 12 and lb' years, ar..' wanted for the Fourth of July celebration, to as sist in a marching, living representaion of the United States tlag. Costumes fur nished free. No expense to the girl.-. Report at Professor Kramer's assembly ; looms, 139 West Fifth street, between Main and Spring streets. .Saturday morn '■ ing, June 22d, at 10 o'clock sharp." RUPTURE To the people who are suffering from rupture. Professor Joseph Kand ry, : formerly of Berlin. Germany, now of i Santa Barbara, is a practical rupture spe cialist and truss manufacturer. Infor | mation free whereby you can become oured. Those having tried all kinds ol patent trusses and found no relief, also have given up all hope, to those people I am calling their attention and especially ask them to send me their address. Grand Canyon of the Colorado An excursion to the Grand canyon un der the personal direction and in charge of Miss WnitlocK, will leave Los Angelea ;atG p. tn. Monday, June 24th. Particu j lars fit Santa Fe "office, 129 North Spring j street. $90.05 to Boston and Return Tickets on sale July Ist to sth and Au gust loth to 21st. Particulars at Santa Fe ottice, 129 North Spring street. Redondo Beach Trains via Santa Fe Leave daily ac 9 a. m., 10 a. m., 1:20 p. m., s:2fi p. m. Santa Monica Trains via Santa Fe Leave daily at !) a. m., 10 a. m., 1:20 p. m., 5:25 p. m. Coolest place in the city to lunch. Lit- I tie Neck clams on shell. Hollenbeck cafe, Kregelo & Bresee, funeral directors. Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 24. J. " Christian Endeavor Excursion to Boston"" A special excursion will leave Los Angelea July 3d, and Man FriineUeoand other northoi 11 California points July 4th, via Shasta route and Northern Pacific for Boston, to attend ihe Christian Enteavor meeting, to be held there July 10th to 14th. Round trip rates,slo6.os, good going N. P. R, R. and returning any other line., All parties tbat decide to go east by any other line can return by way of St. Paul, Mi n neapel a, Yellowstone Park and N. P, R. R. Bend 6 cents in stamps ior ill net rated book, "Sketches of Wonderland '* T K. Siaieler, General Agent, t>3H Market st., Han Francisco, or John Clark, 22!) S. Spring St., L is Angeles. A. A. Kckstrom of 324 f?. Spring st.. is where you want to go looking for good wall paper at the right price. Dr. D. S. Differbaeber, dentist, rooms 4 and 5, 110 H. Spring St., Los Angeles. Wall-paper hung 10c a roll, 32H & Spring. LOS ANGELiES HERAIjD: FRIDAY MOBOTrTCt. JTOTE 21, 1895 SOME SELECTION TODAY Most of [the City Jail Site Bids Thrown Out The Land Committee of the Council Views tbe Different Properties—Selection Down to Four — a The land committee of the council, ac companied by President Teed and sev eral of his colleagues, yesterday mado a tour of tho city for the purpose of in specting the various sites recently offered the city upon which to erect the pro posed new central police station. After going over the grotina thoroughly it was tactily agroed to throw out of considera tion all of the various locations except tbe following: From F. W. Wood and tbe executors of P. Beaudry, the lot fronting 84.43 feet on the west sido of New High street ior $21, --500, and if desired will increase the frontage on New High atreet at the rate of $1.05 per front foot. Lot fronting 170 feet on New High street, for $17,000. Lot 1 having a frontage of 175 feet on west side of New High street for $18,000. Lot hav ing a frontage of lo.'l feet on west side of New High street, for $15,000. From McGarvin ,fc Bronson, the lot fronting lit; feet on the south sideof First street, between Hill and Broadway, $20, --000. Lot frunting 70 feet on south Hide of First street, bet.veen Hill and Broadway, $20,000. Lol fronting 85 feet on south side of First, between Hill and Broadway, $;i2, --500. including ten-room hou3« fronting on Hill st^ret. Lot fronting 116 feet on south side of First street, between Hill and Broadway, including ten-room house, $40,000. Lot fronting 5u.73 feet on San Pedro street and 2*) teet on Second street, $13, --00X1. From Nolan <t Smith, tbe property lo cated on Broad way, hptween Court and Temple, for the sum of $27,600; being lot 2 of the Mott tract and tho east 100 feet of lot 1. Mott tract. Also tbo property located on Broadway, between Court and Temple streets, being lot 2 and the south 100 feet of tho north 40 feet of lot 1 of the Mott tract, for the sum of $13,900, From George S. Patton ami H. R. Simpkins, trustee, by I). Xeuhart, agent, the L shaped lot fronting 01 feet on Main street, opposite tbe Plaza, for tbo sum of $J4.500. Chairman Savage of the land commit tee thinks the last named site th? best of all those offered. Tho land committee will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon for the puprose of making a final recommen dation. ACCIDENT TO MRS. GLOVER She Rides Intoa Deep Hole on Broadway With a Bicycle A well-shaped hole, fifteen feet deep and almost six icet in diameter, has been , dog in tiie middle of Broadway at the ' Third street crossing. Such a place is j dangerous in tbe daytime, but at night it !is worse. Tbis bole had been left uncov ered and hardly protected at all last night, i There was one lantern, which if anything ' aided in making the place a death-trap. At 0 o'clock last night Mis. Charles Glover, a lady who resides on Court street | near Broadway, was riding a biycle in ! company with her young daughter along j Broadway and went into the pit, biccyle and all. She fell on top of the wheel and thid probably saved her from breaking a . limber losing her life. As it was, sho I lauded on her beau and after falling over . remained motionless. People who bud seen the accident ran for a ladder and a man went down into tbe bole, He found Mrs. Glover bleeding profusely from a scalp wound on the left side of tbe bead and badly scared, Sbe was able, however, to climb out of tho pit unaided and was then taken to the drug store in tbe Bradbury olock, where a doctor dressed her wounds. She was sent borne in a back. LOCAL HENTION Sacramento Asparagus, Althouse Bros. The Los Angeles County Sunday School association will hold its eleventh annual convention next Tuesday and Wednes day, June 2.3 th and 28tb, beginning Tues day at 10 a. in. and closing Wednesday at 4::J0 p. m.. at the First Baptist church, corner of Broadway and Sixth streets. An excellent programme has been pre pared and a good time is expected. En tertainment free to delegates from a dis tance, A call was made at the Butler institute, South Spring street, yesterday after noon. Dr. Butler was found in the labor atory connected with his Offices. The doctor stated that business was good, and as eight men were engaged in read ing magazines and papers in the club room, his statement was fully suustan tiatid. His treatment being purely veg etable, is therefore safe and reliable, and he is sure to meet with the success his efforts merit. Attempted Suicide of a Thief A petty larccnist named John Johnson, serving sixty days in the city jail, re moved his clothes yesterday foienoon while locked up in his cell and set fire to them. Then he laid down in his bunk, awaiting death by asphyxiation. Instead of the grim reaper, however, it was Jailer Monro who appeared. Johnson was dragged out of tno cell, and was very thankful for a few whiffs of relatively fresh air alter so much smoke. An Original Process Of removing tan from the face, neck and arms in forty-eight hours without remov ing the cuticle is unexcelled and a boon to the ladies. Electrolytic removal of superfluous hair a specialty. Imperial Hall Bazar. 224 nnd 220 West Second stieet. Telephone 1155* Fifty cents round trip on Term inal Rail road to Long Beach and San Pedro. Good going Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday. Wall paper nouso of tne coast. 328 .S Sprin? B:QO F(D7VfsJ WAIIO R 104515 l?R I ISIG STlr i: ET " 1 ' i m.m mm 1 ■ i 1 i 1 i i 1. ' Every Wr.rr.qri Should know about mantels as well as about tables. Lots of you have been coming to see our display, but not enough yet. We want you ALL to come. Every woman in the city. We shall keep the store open Saturday evening, so if you do not get a chance to come before you may come then. It's worth your while. The Tuttle Mercantile Co. 308-310 South Broadway BRADBURY BUILDING FROM CALIFORNIA'S VENICE One of Los Angeles' Prominent Citizens Returns Home C. G. Bilicke nnd wifj of the Hotel Hollenbeck have just returned from an extended trip to San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Cruz. Mr. Bilicse was a visitor at the Santa Cruz carnival, and speaks of it in terms of tbe highest piaise. 'It was a grand affair," said he last evening, "and I as ] sure that we enjoyed it immensely. Of course it did not seem to me to excel our own Fiesta, but if the citizens keep on we shall certainly bave to look well to our laurels. The parades were most ex cellent and shoved careful arrangement and good generalship in every particular. "The feature that commanded the most attention was the nightly display of fire works. It was held on the lagoon, and the reflection on the water greatly en hanced the general beauty of the affair. I believe thnt the citizens intend to make the artificial lake a permanent one." The Signal Corps Inspected The annual inspection of the signal corps, N. G, C, by Lieutenant Colonel John K. Berry of tho Ninth infantry, took place last night at the armory. Tho corps, which consists ot twenty privates and non-conimissione.l officers, was com manded by Lieutenant George A. Law rence. The men were in field uniforms with brown .hats and regulation leg gings, canteens and haversacks. The in specting officer examined the accoutre ments and arms of each man carefully, as well as their flags and the poles by means of which the signals are made. Tonight the field and staff officers, com panies A, O and F. and the band, will bo inspected in their turn. Detective and Doctor Detective Joseph E. Gross' suit to re cover $70 payment for services rendered Dr. Annie K. Hammell has almost been concluded before Justice Young, and a decision is expected this morning. The parties aro neighbors in the Stimson block. The detective claims pay for ser vices in shadowing her husband before ins death to obtain evidence for her on which to found an action for divorce. She claims to have paid him all he was worth, $50, and on principle refused to pay more. The Contempt Case Tho case of Harry A. Warren, charged with contempt of court, was continued by Judge Shaw this morning until next Sat urday ot 10 a. m. The attorneys for the accused are Stephen M. White, W. Davis, Burns, T. E. Gibbon and A. S. Hal sted. Cupid's Aim Poor Yesterday only one couple took the lover's leap, Frederick K. Gatke, a native of Germany, aged 66 years, taking out a license to wed Elizabeth 8. Wilsjn, a native of England, aged 35 years. A Change.ma Name In the article in yesterday's Herald concerning the normal school tne name of Professor Monlux should have appeared in place of Professor Molyneaux. Just Like Finding Money The pleasant effect and perfect safety with wnich ladies may use the California liquid laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite rem edy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co.. printed near the bottom of the package. $60 to Denver and Return Tickets on sale July 2d to sth inclusive. [ Particulars at Santa Fe office, 12U North Spring street. Terminal Island The pavilion and bath house are open for the season. Fish dinners, fine bath ing, boating and sailing. JOTTINGS Pabst Beer The Olympic Hall is the only place In town where you will find the celebrated Pabst Mil waukee beer on draught. Leave orders for bottled beer. W.Garms, 121 W. First. Tele phouc 274. Our Home Brew Maier <fc Zobelein's lager, fresh from their brewery, on draught in all the principal sa< oons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street; telephone 91. Hanlman Pish Co., San Pedro Fresh fish and lobsters shipped dirtct to all points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from cannery in San I'eUro, at lowest wholesale prices. Save Undertakers' Commission Hire your hacks for funerals, $2.50 each, from Gus Graham. Stand, Arcade depot. Tel. 553. Dressmakers—All fashion books at Luug stadtcr's, 214 South Broadway. Dr. Robert 11 Dorsey will keep afternoon oflice hours for Dr. Wills during his absence. Buy the Whitney make trunk and traveling bag. Factory 423 South Spring street. Eckstrom docs the wall paper business of the city. He has a large stock, good taste and cor rect prices. Get wedding and visiting curds from H. M. I*ee <fc Rro., printers and engravers, 140 North Spring. They are specialists in tins line. 1 PECK A CHASE CO.o .The BRoaDway ■ ■ UNDCRTAkCR;. ■ 39 A BROADWAY, i ■ ■■■[■■■■■■BafS THE BUTLER CURE For LIQUOR, MORPHINE, COCAINE and TOBACCO HABITS. The only GUARANTEED vegetable cure for these diseases in the state. 445 1-2 SOUTH SPRING STREET. FLED FROM INVESTIGATION The Rev. P. W. Dorsey Has Left for Other Fields His Late Administration as President ol the Daptlst College Was a Rank Failure Rev. P. W. Dorsey, ex-piesident of the Baptist college, is missing, and rumor has ft tbat there are good and sufficient reasons therefor. Those who have been assocated with Doisey during his term of office hold that his conduct toward those in his charge bas bcon very inhuman and at times his wife came in for treatment thnt was positiely cruel. In speaking of tho matter Professor C. Yon Falk, teacher of the modern languages and blstoiy at present connected with the college, said: "In all my experience I have never met a man so utterly unable to control his temper as this man Dorsey. He was very jealous of his wife and accused her of too much familiarity with the older students. At one time lie struck her and at anothor threw her down two flights of stairs leading from the upper floor of the school building. "When he left he stated that he was about to go to Arizona on husiness and took with him the only child, a boy of live years of ago. Since then ho has not returned." Dorsey, it is understood, was threat ened with an investigation by a promi nent Baptist minister of this city ond left in preference to facing exposure. Ho telegraphed to his wife from Tho Needles asking her to come and live with him. He is said to be worth some $15,000. A suit for a divorce was brought by bis wife some time ago and is now pending. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA niv hi 443 South Broadway. 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Again the offensive matter hardens and deposits itself on the membrane in the simp: oi dry, hard coneretious which an' dischu ged of a deep green tint This condition is indicative of ulceration which, in time, nitty destroy the bony structure of th*' nose and produce a sub. sequent flattening of that organ, (.'uses aro met with in which, the mucous membrane of the nasal cavities putrefies, giving a stench which Is really overpowering and sufficiently foetid to poison the atmosphere of a whole room, and in these cases the disease is almost as infectious a* smallpox or scarlet fever. Thus the patient is subject to repented colds, each attack aggravating the disease and spreading it throughout the System from organ to organ. 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MULLINS, MANAGER Pacific Coast Branch* POLICY HOLDERS who have not already bad a reduction made la their rate are requested to present policies to the undersigned. If offers are made by any agents to rewrite in any other company, policy holders will consult their own interests by not accepting any offer be fore getting new rate from us and amount of return premium we will allow on existing policies. CHILDS. HICKS & MONTGOMERY, . y RED RICE • > Save > /HAMPERS! OH, YOU CAMPERS! Hello; you About w ho wish to camp out, either by the sea or on J? ne the mountain. We presume it to be a positive, indis g putable fact that you can get most all your supplies of Trading tne cc * cc Furniture Co. Yes, and save enough by With so doing to pay your expenses for quite a while. When Us. 1 y ou m t en d to go to luxuriate, recuperate, or get good 351-353 i nea ' tn an J happiness, we have cots, we have springs, \ we have mattresses, we ltave comforts, we have blankets, we oeea- NortD S sionally have tents, wo have pots, kettles, dishes, etc. Drop in Main f ftul ' Bt 119 before you start, any way. When you call if you don't I'tain M. ) gee whet ynu wan r ask for It. FURNITURE CO. • - d» F r)/-i*« AH To Treat and Cure Catarrh $0 rCI JYlOntll And Special Diseases. C. I. SCHULTZ, EUROPEHN SPECIALIST, Makes this most generous offer to the afflicted. J M]n( WsSvV^L. Remember, my new process, with medicated va- / j'JLjC pors and all necessary medicaments without extra Sjjfl Qp ffl charge. WEAKNESS, DEBILITY, NIGHT LOSSES, J# lH etc., restored by a new remedy now in use in Europe, f"""\ %Si in a very short time. SKIN DISEASES. SYPHL Wlf J\\ N|i LITIC POISONS and all impurities of the blood promptly eradicated without the use ot mercury. »w s- \ SPECIAL ATTENTION given to all Chronic In- "J flammations, Discharges and Irregulaties in female diseases. LIVER, KIDNEY, BLADDER and all GENITO URINARY diseases permanently cured. $2000 ,n Qo,d for an y case undertaken that I cannot cure. SANITARIUri: 120 NORTH MAIN STREET New Hellman Block. CONSULT Dr. WHITE 128 N. MAIN ST. Middle-Aged and Young Hen You have led a gay life or indulged in the fol lies of youth. Self-abuse or later excesses have impaired your health, mentally, physically and sexually. You are not the man you used to be or should be. Are you nervous aud weak despondent Hiid gloomy, specks Moating before your eyes, back weak and kidneys Irritable, sinking spell*, palpitation nf the heart, dre ami and losses, sexual weakness, pimples on the face, eyes sunken, varicocele, poor memory, distrustful, lack Ol energy? Dr. White's treat ment will cure you. No risk, BLOOD AND SKIN syphilis, eruptions, blotches, falling hair, bone pains, swellings, sore throat, mouth, tongue ulcers, cured for life. URINARY kidney, bladder troubles, burning urine, gon orrhea, gleet and stricture receive prompt re lief and cure. Consult Dr. White. OUT-OF-TOWN PATIENTS treated with success through correspondence. One visit desirable, but not necessary. Dr. White is the oldest .Special Doctor for Men In the city. PROCRASTINATION i' 2 bad for everything, but—Obi how muck worse it is for the correction of defective eye sight! There has never been a truersaying ilian the words: "Delay is fatal," especially ll applied "to otto's most precious and most deli cate orgaa, the eye i" We are ready to assist you with our ability and knowledge to remedy existing sigh l defects without charge, our va rioui departments for making nnd furnishlni yon with that wonderful but much abused lit tle instrument, the Spectacle or Byegless, are at your disposal at moderate charges tor timt elassup-to-date work. Bstabltsbedelt.ee insa. PACIFIC OPTICAL CO., Bolentifle Optlotan*. 167 N. Spring it, B. MARSH DTZ, Prop, Cuotiv— "Thit Is father 311 Expensive Suit' you have on. Old Mjn " Albert— "Oh,no : I had il Made to Ordtv for </S.o£> at J Gabel the Tailor., 312 BOUth Sprint; ht. Loa Auiioln.. J. 11. riASTGRSi Maiiufnrturvr of nnd daalSV in TENTS AND HWNINCS TENTS POR HUNT, iv COMMBkCIAL. ST., Lo. Angeles Cal.