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Art Union ;lembers Draw for Prizes—A
Pleasant and Proltabte Wild flower
Luncheon - A Bicyclist and His Baby
Come to Grief—News Notes
Pasaden a, March 20.—The concert given
by the Choral society of the conservatory
of muaic at the Universalist church last
night was well attended by an audience
which waa enthusiastic in its reception of
the program offered. The llrst part con
sisted of the sacred cantata, Gallia, and
the well-known Inliammatus, the second
pert being devoted to solos, duets and
quartets, aud the work of the Toneweavers,
aa they were styled, sixteen young ladies,
whose voices were accompanied by the
guitar anil mandolin club. The chorus
was composed of about seventy-five ladies
and gentlemen. The organ was skillfully
•manipulated by Mr. T. W. Wilde of l.os
Angeles, the piano by Miss Ellsworth and
Miss Marshall. Mrs. I'lapp carried the
solo parts in Gallia and the Inflatnmatus
las well as singing several solos in the sec
ond part, sustaining tier reputation po well
that she waa frequently recalled. Mrs.
Gibbs was also encored as was Mr. Cornell.
i Mob. Clapp's solo was the Cavatiua from
Las Hugenots, Mrs. Gibbs sang the Aye
Slslria by Mascasni, and Mr. Cornell gave
Hatidell's Honor and Arms. Mr. E. H.
Clal'k's violin solo was well rendered and
'he .received an enthusiastic encore, re
sponding with a selection of Pirini's. The
work of the Mandolin and Guitar club was
highllv appreciated by the audience and
1 they ii esponded to encores, as did the Tone
weavefs, whose work was vory creditable.
The eticore fiend got in his work indis
criminately, as usual, which had tbe effect
of making a very long program. It was
I announc ed that the next and last concert
of the season will be given June ltd, when
Haydn's JCreatiou will be presented.
The sect nd day of the annual exhibition
of tbe Pass dena art union brought out a
good attend nice of art lovers to view the
work of th c local artists which is very
creditable. This evening the drawing for
pictures by ft >c lay members of the union
took place, wvien six members chosen by
Jot selected or. c *U.:> picture and five $10
STbe artists n 'presented are A. M. Farn
nam, four pic to. res and several $r> sketches;
W. L. Judson, eighteen paintings in oil,
-mostly landscapes; H. I). Nichols, seven
'watercolors: Julius Lodovici, fifteen pic
tures covering a variety of subjects; Edith
White, sixteen c ntries, principally flower
pictures: Mrs. E ateman one, San Juan
Capistrano: Alice Bell Dane, four fruit and
flower pieces; Mr.i. Ellen B. Fan. seven
oil paintings, including flowers, Indian
baskets and still life pictures: Miss John
son, four interior stn dies in oil; Marie A.
Key, twelve water colors of fruit, flowers
and landscapes: Mrs. Packard, one, "Peb
ble Beach:" Miss Meeker, two, fruit and
flowers. Each artist entered from one to
five $5 sketches.
Tbe wildflos cr luncheon at noon today
in the Sunday School room of the Presby
terian church was a decided success and
reflects meat credit to the management of
Mrs. H. L Stewart, under whose auspices
the affair was given. Over $35 were
netted, and the supplies and tables, each
of which latt.Br seated from four to six
people, were ta.xed to their limit of utility.
The tea and .coffee tables were presided
over by Mrs. Ei nil Kayser and Mrs. Shir
ley Vance Ma rtin, assisted by Mamie
Holmes and He len Visscher.
The poppy table was in charge of Misses
Caldwell and X dith Gardner: the acacia,
Misses Perkins and Ltly Dodworth; fern.
Misses Ball at d Young; lupine. Misses
Bangham and Jutonfort: buttercup, Miases
Bolt and Fife; peach, Misses McClintock
and Lutz; wilti forget-me-not. Misses
Visscher and Front; baby blue eyes, Misses
Church and Katlterine Gardner, while tho
email table for tiie sale of wildflowers was
presided over by yAlarjory Bolt and Glad ys
Mrs. John E, Jardine gave a progressive
euchre party Tueeiay evening at her home
on Garfield avenue in honor of her nunt,
Mrs. E. W. Peck of Burlington, Vermont.
Yellow daisies and ferns decorated the re
ception room, while the drawing room was
enveloped in wild mustard and brodea, aud
the dining room with Duchess roses. At
the close' of the games a collation was
The guests were Mesdarnes Patton, Pttr
cell, Swanwick, Gibbs, Adams, Warner,
Allen, Shoemeker, Le Grand, Betts, E, W.
Peck, G. H. Peck, J. H. F. Peck, Cattern,
"Winston. Hutchinson, Bichosky, Williams.
Black, Morse, Abbot, Story, Misses Fur
ceil, Adams, Stoneman, Allen, Edith Alien,
Craig, Eleanor Craig, Newton, Black,
White, Shoemaker, Deverne, Talent and
Henrietta Talent.
The rioneer stationery business owned
: and built up by Mrs- Al. J. Suesserott at
30 East Colorado street lias been sold out
to A. N. Fessenden, a young man from
Boston who is <iuite well known in Pasa
dena, having spent much time here during
the last two years. Airs. Suesserott suc
ceeded to the business after the death of
her son fome years ago, and now retires on
account of ill health.
George A. Sham, aged 27 years, died at
the residence of the family on North Fair
Oaks this morning from a hemorrhage.
The remains will be taken east for inter
ment in Chicago, Saturday evening. Mr.
Sham came here stiveral years ago, and
has since lived here off and on to try and
recover his failing health. He leaves many
friends who deeply sympathize with the
bereaved mother.
W. I. F, Randolph lias been arrested for
perjury and was arraigned before the re
corder thts morning, when he was held to
answer in the sunt of $1000, Dr. Hodge
going on the bond. It is alleged that he
failed to substantiate the statements sworn
to in his complaint against Dr. ( Ireen, who
was tried and acquitted upon Randolph's
complaint of cruelty to his norse yesterday.
The time for examination was not set.
Marshal Buchanan arrested yesterday
three Mexicans, Daniels, Solicido and
Homos, for stealing wood on the liugus
place northeast of tlio city. They were
examined before the recorder this morn
ing and will be tried at a date not yet de
cided upon.
While riding his bicycle this morning on
Raymond avenue with his infant son iv a
basket at tiie handle-bar. Prof. A. J, Mc-
Ciatchie was thrown to the ground with
the child. The cause of the accident was
• dog, which rata in front of the wheel.
The infant was picked up unconscious, or
nearly so, and both he and Frof. Mc-
Clatchie were carried home in a passing
carriage. The infant is not thought to be
seriously hurt.
The party of Xew York millionaires and
railroad magnates, Messrs. Cornelius
Vanderbilt, Chauncey M. Depew, John
Hone and George ii. Fearing, came up
from Los Angeles about noon by the
Southern Pacific and went up to Echo
mountain, the guests of Prof. T. S. C.
Lowe and Manager Clarke of the electric
road, who bad a car waiting for them on
Colorado street. The party took lunch and
remained the afternoon. The train in
which they came is made up of four cars,
one of which is that of General Manager
Kruttschnitt of the Southern Pacific. There
was a large crowd assembled at the corner
to see the party of distinguished people.
Mrs. Helen M. Cougar, who is to lecture
at the Methodist church on Saturday even
ing under the auspices of the W. C. T. LT.,
will take for her subject Organized Muscle
ys. Organized Money. Mrs. Cougar is well
known as an unusually fine platform
orator and will doubtless be greeted by a
full bouse.
Professor Charles F. Holder is in receipt
of the sad news from Washington, D. C„
of tbe death of his grandmother, Mrs. John
: C. Gove, who was an old resident of Pasa
dena and will be well remembered by
tnaur here. She has been prominent in
W0 tasjetr ef Priesxie ever atone the late
war as a philanthropist and stout advocate
of education for the freed man Mrs. Gove
was on the point of starting.fctr Paaadena
with her daughter, Mrs. J. B.,Holder, in
tending to make this her home. Her bus
band died during the past yoar.
The following party enjoyed a tallyho
drive and picnic in canyon yester
day: Mrs. Hurt of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Stevenson, Mrs. McGregory, Miss Steven
son, Mr. Vroman and Bruce Turner of ■
Pasadena and Mr. F.lwell of Boston.
A party of her friends were pleasantly
entertained Tuesday evening by Miss
Bertha Sroat at her home on South Moline
avenue, in honor of ber birthday. Music
and games were enjoyed and a dainty sup
per served. Tho guests were: Misses
MacMahon, Simons, Byington, Messrs,
Price, Nilson, Knignten and Hoggins.
The following named enjoyed progres
sive hearts last evening at Evanston Inn:
Mr. and Mrs. Rouse. Mrs. A. H. Heed,
Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. George H. Daniels,
Mrs. th B. Hamlin, Mrs. C. A. Blodgett,
Misses Shilling, Greenwood. MacCloom,
Capell, Blodgett, Howlaud; Messrs. Hemp
stead, Smith, Fry and DeHawkes.
The death of George Dane of Chicago
occurred last night on N. Los Robles av
enue. The young man had been here
some years.
F. Hennessey of llochester, N. V., is
staying at the Carlton.
Gen. A. K. Z. Dawson of Deadwood, is in
the city for a few days.
Mrs. H. R. Warner of San Gabriel, was
a visitor in Pasadena today.
S. W. DeWitt of Washington, D. C, is
registered at Hotel Green.
Mrs. Joseph Grove and daughter. Miss
Hazel Grove, of New York, are guests
of Mrs. F\ H. Jones of Wichita avenue.
Prof. A. J. McClatchie is anticipating a
lecture tour through Southern California,
leaving tho latter part of this week.
Miss Pearl Wickens of Madison avenue
will entertain her young lady friends, Sat
urday afternoon, March 28th.
Mrs. Helen If. Gougar will lecture at the M.
K. church next Saturday evening;. Suhjeet:
Organised Muscle vs, Organized Money. Tick
ets at C'rillip's. *ic
Santa Ana. March 20.—Mr. and Mrs.
Mennig yesterday celebrated their golden
wedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
James McCord, on North Main street.
Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Mennig of Dcs Moines, la.; Mr. Mennig of
Pasadena, Miss Pereival of Dcs Moiues,
Mr. and Airs. McCord, Rev, J. P. Cooper
and wife and other friends and relatives.
David Himes, a San Francisco capitalist,
one time resident of Tustin, is spending a
few weeks here on business.
The city council's committee on lights
employed George E. Nolan as expert elec
trician, and to report condition and value.
His report is now ou file, and his conclu
sions coincide with those of the average
citizen in stating that $3000 would be a
fair valuation; but that the investment of
that sum by the city would not be a judi
cious one.
Tlte handicap bicycle race on Saturday
will start at 3 p.m. A large number of
prizes are offered.
There will be a game of baseball Satur
day at Athletic park between the Santa
Ana team and W hittier school.
J. T. Nottrse, secretary of the chamber of
commerce, has in charge the petitions to
ascertain the views of citizens on the city
ownership of electric light, and has so far
found seven to one in favor of city owner
Leo Stephen, will not down, after be
ing fined $250 for selling liquor without a
license, ihe board of supervisors will to
morrow appear in the superior court to
show cause for refusal to grant license.
San Pedro, March 20.—The thresher
shark caught by James Mason and Charles
Lowerance at Redondo yesterday is said to
be a rare specimen in this vicinity, though
another specimen was captured hereon the
3d day of July, 18H4, by F. It. Blanchard
and Mr. Offerman, engineers of the steamer
Jewel. It was carried aboard the steamer
and there placed on deck for exhibition.
It measured sixteen feet long, tho body
being only five feet long, while tho tail was
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kellogg left yester
day for Colorado Springs, Colo., where they
will take up their future home.
A large number of sheep shearers are at
work on Palos Verdes ranch, shearing the
largo flock of sheep owned by Mr. A.
The steamer Pasadena, Captain Hamil
ton, arrived yeßterday from Eureka: 320..
(100 feet of lumber for K. C. M. and L. Co.
The Pasadena hatl a collision with the
steamer Noyo, north of San Francisco.
The steamer Tilaniook, Captain Hansen,
arrived from Humboldt: 334,000 feet of
lumber to the Southern California Lumber
D. P. Clay of Los Angeles was here yes
terday looking after his property on Tenth
CoKON.\no, March 26,—Miss L. L. Whit
lock came down yesterday with a party of
fifteen for whom she is acting as chaperon.
A large number of railroad people and
special car parties have arrived during the
past few days. Among them are H. F.
Marcy, president of the Fitchburg road,
accompanied by his family; Don A.Par
dee of New Orleans and Joseph H. Durkee
of Jacksonville. Fla.. with party: Benjamin
Brewster, vice-president of the Chicago,
Rook Island i& Pacific, with Mrs. Brewster,
Miss Brewster and F, F. Brewster; Thus.
C. Peck of Columbus, 0., chief clerk for
the "Buckeye Route in the general pas
senger and ticket department of the
Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo
railway, accompanied by his wife: John C.
Stuart, superintendent of the tlalena divi
sion of the Chicago and Northwestern rail
way, accompanied by his wife and daugh
ter: and Mrs. W. K. Gillett, wife of the
general auditor of the Atchison, Topeka
and Santa Fe in Chicago, with her son and
Long Beach, March 20.—The Thought
Exchange Club will have a public meeting
on the 31st, the anniversary of modern
spiritualism. C. Payson l.ongley and wife
of Boston will tako part.
The municipal ticket is completed.
Thore are five candidates for trustees,
namely, Mlntxer, Wilson I incumbents),
J. J. Kort, K. Alraind and C. W. t'osa
hoom: for city clerk. Frank E. Cook. Harry
llarndollar, H. H. Stephenson: for treas
urer, Amos Walton antl present incum
bent. A. W. Goodhue: for city marshal, N.
T. Kinman, J, C. Baiter antl Joe Morgan-
Mrs. Lulu Hughes of Downey, sister of
Mrs. I. L« Feltmau of this place, is spend
ing a few tlays as tho guest of that lady.
Mrs. Gale and Miss Doiison of ltedlands,
who have been the guests of Mrs. R. P.
Griffiths, Primrose Lodge cottage, left for
home yesterday.
Robert Eubanks and daughter of Los
Angeles spent yesterday nt the beach.
Anaheim, March 86.—After his runaway
accident yesterday Philip Davis lay on the
ground ab -v" three hours with his arm
broken and f ace badly wound6d before
asoistance re d blm. He is resting as
comfortably . r as could be expected. •
Joseph Oma vitclnnan at the crossing
below town, hi sturned from Fresno,
whither he was c d by the death of his
Will Lawrence, c -ator at Shorb sta
tion, was in town sev 1 days this week.
Mr. Botsford raadl sale recently of
thirly acres of his i iroved Placentia
property to an eastern p-'ty at $400 per
George Bauer, one of Anaheim'* native
sons, is homo again after a prolonged ab
Rev. Kinney of Los Angeles and Rev.
Allen of Norwalk were guests of friends in
Anaheim the first of the week.
A Pleasant Surprise ;
You'll be SUprised to find how much bet
ter Tip Top is than any cough remedy you
have every used. Better in effect, better
in taste, better every way. It is because
Tip Top is so much bettor than all others
tbat it's so popular. Price 50 cents. All
sVnsggists sail v
Ths Brown Case at San Fernando Worae
Than at First Reported
Sheriff Burr yesterday returned from
San Fernando with the four children of
Kdwin E. and Sarah Brown, to secure the
possession of whom the father applied for
a writ of baoeas corpus. The sheriff found
the condition of affairs was even worse
than was reported. Brown is an old sol
dier, hnd draws a pension of $12 per
month. There are four children, three
boys and one girl, the latter about thirteen
years of age. Some three or four years
ago Mrs. Brown left her husband and
went to live with a man named Mohan.
After some months Mehan tired of the
woman, and she then went to San Fer
nando and took up with a half-negro nam
ed Dominguez, wdth whom she has since
been living. They have been occupying
a half-ruined adobe house, almost
the sole furniture of which is two
old, rickety beds. The woman and
Dominguez occupied one. while the
girl and a Mexican named Anto
nio Mareno occupied the other, the chil
dren sleeping ou the floor. Mehan had
also followed the woman to San Fernando,
and he also cohabited with the girl. When
the sheriff got to the house the family
were almost in a state of destitution, the
only provisions found being half a sack of
When the children were taken before
Judge McKinley several witnesses were
were examined, and the fact tbat the little
girl bad been ruined was brought out. As
sistant District Attorney Williams at once
swore to complaints against Mehan and
Moreno on a charge of rape, and they
were arrested in the court room and taken
before Justice Young, where they were
held in ¥2000 bail each. They will be ex
amined this morning.
The habeas corpus proceedings were
continued until 2 oclock this evening, in
order that a place might be found for the
helpless children.
General C. P. A. La.it Talks About the Vote
for Annexation
General C. F. A. Last, who is president
of the Lets Angeles county auxiliary
branch of the California State Protective
association, says: That the statement of
Colonel J. B. Neville that the threatened
suit to set aside the annexation election is
being investigated by the association, or
tbat tbe association has any connection
with it whatever, is entirely and utterly
false. If John W. Mitchell has been en
gaged to conduct this litigation, says Gen
eral Last, it is by private individuals. It
is true Mitchell is the attorney of the asso
ciation, but his engagements to it do not,
it is stated, preclude him from accepting
other legal employment.
John W. Mitchell returned to the city
from San Bernardino last night and when
interviewed stated positively that the as
sociation had nothing whatever to do with
the contemplated suit and that the state
ment of Neville was entirely gratuitous and
without the slightest foundation in fact.
Mr. Mitchell says he has not been able to
go thoroughly into the facts of the recent
election on account of being called from
the city, but what little he had beard led
him to believe thai there were great irregu
larities. There will be a meeting at Mitch
ell's office today at 10 oclock, when the
facts will be submitted by tiie citizens of
the annexed districts, and the final de
termination as to the contest will then be
determined upon.
Gave Another Resiling Last Night at Turn
verein Hall
The second reading given by Professor
Cumnock, director of Northwestern Uni
versity School of Oratory, occurred last
night at Turnverein hall before an audi
ence even larger than the one that greeted
him Monday evening, when the hall was
nearly filled to overflowing. The hall was
prettily decorated in callas and green, and
the game charming young women did duty
as ushers as on the previous occasion. The
program last night contained nine selec
tions that were given with the most satis
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from humor to gravity as the character de
manded with as much facility as if con
versing. There are many "elocutionists.''
but few artists, and l'rofossor Cumnock
comes certainly under the latter descrip
tion, and discriminates with nicety the dif
ference between art and artifice.
The program opened with Portraiture of
the Miser, from Dickens. The Gowk's
Krrant was a humorous little story of
April fool's day; then came a scene from
Henry V, and Henry's wooing of Kaiherine
of Arragon; the Death of Dr. Maclure,
from lan Maclaren; a Sketch from the
liiirlington Hawkeye, The Charge, Humor
and Wit, both by Lover.
Criticism of any of the readings would
be that they were (lawless in the intelligent
interpretation which I'rof. Cumnock gives
them, it is decidedly refreshing to Und a
reader whose conception of his profession
is not measured by a mounting of pieces
and one who loses sight of stagy affecta
All the Defendants Discharged
A case of disturbing the peace that has
caused much talk in I'niversity, was tried
before the justice at Kedondo yesterday.
Some time asto Frank Warner, Jesse Mc
i ombs, Charles Wettenfali, Roy Warner,
George Henderson, Clare Dalley, John
Manville and John Wetz, youths living in
I'niversity. were arrested on complaint of
one Dr. Campbell, on a charge of disturb
ing tho peace. The doctor was courting a
girl in tho neighborhood, and he claimed
that the boys' talking disturbed him. He
alleged that, after abusing the hoys, tie
tired a shot at them, and afterwards swore
to a complaint against them. As there
was some feeling iv I'niversity over the
matter, a change of venue to Redondo was
taken, and yesterday all of the defendants
were acquitted. Deputy District Attorney
McComas rtpresented the people, while
W. I. Hiatt looked after tha interests of
the defendants.
Proposed Benefit
Public interest seems to be aroused on
behalf of May Nannary ana the Dailey
company in their present unfortunate
position, and means are being provided to
very materially assist them in their pres
ont necessity. The remaining members
are not in a happy financial condition, and
Miss Nannary is confined to her home by
sickness and will be for some time. Many
parties have interested themselves on be
half of these players, and Manager Wyatt
has been requested and will doubtless ac
cent the management of such an enter
tainment. A large number of volunteers
have manifested a desire to assist these
players, and it is highly probable that a
monster benefit will be arranged for an
early date at the Los Angeles theater,
PKE3COTT, Ariz., 26.—Sholto Douglas
and John Coker passed through Prescott
tins morning on the train bound for Phoe
nix. This is tho initial trip of their "thou
sand miles of back sauce.'' They came
by train direct from Los Angeles and ad
mitted to friends that the horseback part
of the program was a fake, as they stated
they intended leaving the train at Glen
dale, nine l miles from Phoenix, and to ride
on burros from there to Phoenix. Sholto's
satire occasioned considerable merriment
at the depot as he strutted on the platform
during the ten-miuu'.e stop of the train.
Architect Edbrookr Dead
Chicago, March KB.—AY. J. rxiDrooke,
the well-known architect, is dead, aged 51).
He was supervising architect under Har
rison's administration and supervised all
the buildings at the world's fair designed
for government exhibitions. His handi
work was also seen at the Atlanta exposi
tion. He bore oil the honors in both de
signing and building the state capital
building at Atlanta. Among his most
notable works are the Notre Dame uni
versity structure at South Bend, Intl., and
the Tabor grand opera house at Denver.
He was a brother of F. F,. Edbrooke of
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yacht, and pleasure launches* Telephone 3.
136 Commercial Ptreot, l.os Anpelcs, Cal.
I VHfede §jjf| Paris f
J Pioneer Broadway IHf Potomac Block |>
| Dry Goods House 221-3 S. Broadway
! No Effort I
/ Has been spared to make the Spring and Summer season the most
V successful in the history of our business, and we are confident that X
X tiie values offered will surprise and delight everybody. *'
<§> Ladies' Silk Waists Kid Gloves <§>
Willi detachable collars, box ' High-grade 3-ollip chamois Gloves-
X pleats ai.rf cuffs nunc ol /J. _ heavy embroidered, backs ia o N s'
<4i> striped tsffets silk in 8 pretty J> / ; white and yellow: Xt?r /£v
X coloring.; each *X * I pair CJ 'ajC
# <|>
New Veilings Novelties in Belts <§>
f r^^„' ,^^''■, VciU ' ,8, Patent „ c f
I R? di f S L • Par asols f
f Black Hosiery M u.> * f
X Our buying power enables ns wis, with double 2)2.7'? V
<&•> to offer tha regular l!Boquality rl "" e * <£>
fast black Hose at "20C Cheaper ones and better ones in X
v*> l 1""' white, pongee and fancy colors. r4»
<§> = -44== <§>
\\/«c.!-i Clll -r- Checks, stripes and oorded effeoti, In t largo (fit »r»
T wash bilks $1.50
NO, 123 SOUTH MAIN STREET. -sstS 3 ""'*' s^
The Oldest Dispensary on the coast Established
20 year.. J:i all PRIVATE DISEASES OV UEH, .? h^^gSjSS^Wr/S^
Need" be Paid
CATARRn i\ spe.flaity. Wo cure the wortt cam s*^^v^^^*^^
Special surgeon from ; m Francisco Dispensary
In constant Examinations with . -
The poor treated free from 10 to 12 Fridays.
Our long experience enables in to treat t
oM«eciot or nnv:uo diseases with -'.Ji- jj^^pgi^ ■■^^y^^^^^^^M
No mats«T what your trmihlo is, corao and tallc
With us; you w ill not regret it.
lure guaranteed for drain*, nniltv»i.
133 soutiFmaln street,
s rSacf M il£ !NG mnr B-^'loteX^W
-— Y T o,ltll last year * of Lost Rla " hoo( ''
il&ra L Nightly Emissions, and nil Seminal weakness of
rJwT JSisS rT wtfe" 9rir au y na t ur < arising fro:a disease, over-indulgence
? '-Ja : * (7 ' or abuse of any kind of eithei s HsvetheDrug
'6|&€?sv f t3&l&t\S >3!!* I: ' rf ' how you testimonial* c: address with stamp
fir TIlS.' ; s 4*K and we will send them A:t Elilli cf 7mth, t^saj
c **- a; - : -- P er l: ' lt! ■ 1 : usQer r ' Euaraa-
i t« to cure or mr.uc', reft: led Prepared only by
A\u^^ m*zzz Qi&un zmui wm? a. arau forus.luA
l or sale by THOMAS & feil.lfi.Mi LuS, Corner Temple and spring .streots.
The Massachusetts Benefit Life Association of Boston
L.sues policies $IC(X> to SFHU.OOO at lowest possible roles consistent witli safety. Alio ;jiHO )to
$900 on monthly payments, specially adapted to persons oi small meuna. Jn ease of peitna*
neut tottii irisablHtf wo pay half the face of policy. Gush surrender values; noii-forfeiture
clause: no lestriutions on residence or (ravel. We want an agent in everytowu m Southetl
C'alllornia. I-'irat-class iudueciucntH. CorrdHpondoneo i.oiiciied.
J. H. HANbY, Oeneral Agent,
Currier Building. 212 \V. Third st,, Los Angeles, Cat
|m H /W S 3 aa West Second stre?t
Tronipt delivery to all par 1p of city.
A Paint for Floors
L J U. R. BOWBRS & SONS, 431 S. Sprinj |
•• • . .. ••iasiSaBHOIB llessf
life nothing
if/ Arthur S. Bent j
\ty 051 Bdway, Near 7th
Made by Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis.
jl mil SUMMER IP
The Taiior
Has much pleasure in jp^lPy
ol his New Stock for the 3 OKM
Incoming season. The R BJfHI
Styles are complete and BJirII
artistic in every way. 8 lp3
Si Is to Order $20 lif ffi
Pants to Or.'.er djt^
All garments shrunk before malting.
The largest Tailoring Establishment in Los i
143 S. Spring St., Bryson Block
J. F. Henderson, Manaeer.
Glass & Long
Blank Book
213.215 New High St., Los Angeles, Cal.
EUREKA OIL CO. 204. Soulh Broadway
Producer? and Dealers in
| Jjpfe, WEAK,
! 1 wki> \ NERVOUS,
1 MEN,
| vate Disease doctor in tho state. Gonorrhea,
i | Gleet, Stricture. Seminal Weakness, Ner
f vous Debility, Blood Poisons, Impotency,
12 Varicocele. skirt ami Kidney Diseases snc
-9 ly treated. Medicine prepared in pri
! Hvate laboratory. Both sexes consulted In
j I confidence, Dr. While has no hired suhsti
: Htiites —you sec tbe Doctor only. Dr. White
' Bis tbe on 1 v Specialist iti tiie state who exclu*
[ BsivHv treats private, nervous, and chronic
■ diseases. Cures guaranteed in all curable
; jSi-nscs. If you have any sexual trouble con*
; H.iultPr. White. .Scientific Treatment. Rea
\ I con able charges. Medicine sent to any ad
; Hdress, Dispensnrv,
j[g 138 North Main Street, Los Angeles.
..nry syphilis permanently cured In UM
36 days. You can bo treated at Homo rot
the eama price under Hame guaranty. If
you prufor to eonio here we wilt coiitrao|
to pay railroad fare and botel bills, and n«
I cnarge.if we fall to cure. If you have taken rner»
oury, iodide potash, and atlll have aches an<|
ralna. M UOOUSPatches In mouth, here 1 nroat.
Pimples, Copper Colored Spots. Vlceia oa
any pan, of the body, Hulr or KwbroitJ
i>lit,!tisthlßSyidi:;iUollL<>*»l»>*Ol s ONtlll.t
wo guarantee to cure. We acllcittho mi st obsti
nate cases mi'! cEialleuere the world for a
case Mb cannot euro. -I'hls disearo has a.<raya
Dallied the skill of the most eminent physi
•iaiia. SjnOO.OOO capital bohlnd our uniondl
aona I caarauty. Absol lit c juroofu sent sealed oa
.pplicSf.;;. Addrcßß COofi KKMEDV CO,
iu'. - Masonic 'Xemple CHICAGO. ILL.
Poland Address
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