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A POLYTECHNIC PROFESSOR
Expounds tbe Theory of the
SoedtgeiTßay
-A PRACTICAL EXPERIMENT
Makes tbe Abstruse Subjeit Plain to
Common Understanding
High School Pupils Essay the Drama ef Silas
narner -Preparations to Entertain
Hotel Men-Notes
PASADENA, April 15.—Prof. L. H.
Gllmore of Throop Polytechnic gave a
» lecture last evening in the veßtry of the
Universallst church, taking for his sub
ject The X Ray. The lecture was given
under the auspices of the Tuesday
Evening club, and brought out a good
attendance of the club members and
their friends. The latter portion of the
evening's entertainment consisted of a
varied program of music and reading.
The professor illustrated his lecture
by several interesting electrial experi
ments, illuminating the different kinds
ot tubes by the cathode glow and dis
playing photographs taken by means of
the new process through intervening
opaque objects. He explained at length
the Crookes tube and the various ways
'of obtaining the X rays, elucidated, so
far as scientists are able to determine,
the cathode or negative pole, and the
anode or positive pole, noting the four
theories thus far advanced to account
for the phenomenon.
The principal use of the new discovery
so far seems to be in locating foreign
bodies in the body. At present it seems
Impossible to photograph the brain suc
cessfully, as the density of the skull Is
too great. Prof. Gilmore thought that
Roentgen should not have all the honor
of the discovery, for in 1881 Prof. Herz
got rays from a Crookes tube to pass
through opaque bodies, and Leonard
1 found that they could affect a photo
graphic plate. Prof. Stanford produced
X rays without a Crookes tube, and ap
plied them to photographing through
opaque objects. ,
The musical program rendered was as
follows: „ .
Vocal duet. Trust Her Not—Miss
Stoutenberg and Mr. Kyle.
Piano solo, Walze Mozkowski—Ella
Bonner. mT ,„
Song, Voices of the Wood—Miss
Stoutenberg.
Reading—Prof. C. 11. Keyes.
Song, The Skipper—Mr. Kyle.
AVhistling duet, Sweetheart — Miss
Bertha Raymond, Mr. Ernest Howard.
HIGH SCHOOL DRAMATICS
The pupils of the high school will give
the dramatized version oC Silas Marner
at the school building tomorrow (Thurs
day) evening, with scenery, costumes,
and the proper accompaniments for a
realistic representation, and they will
doubtless be greeted by a good attend
ance of friends to see the play.
The following is the cast of charac
ters: Silas Marner, Will A. Wood; Ep
pie, Julia Ogden; Godfrey, Harvey
Randall; Dunstan, Fred Brown; Rev.
Mr. Crackenthorpe, Evelyn Ratcliffe;
Mrs. Kimble, Georgia Holman; Dr.
Kimble, Robert Allen; Squire Cass, Ber
nard Bowron; the Misses Gunn, Grace
Tower. Grace Magee, Helen Flynn;
Miss Ladbrook, Jessie Foster; Jem
Rodney. Charles Gowan; Aaron Win
throp, Mont Bufkin; Dowlas. Newton
Cox; Tookey, John Kelso; Mr. Macey,
Arthur Gould; Butler, Lloyd Macy.
j CARRIAGES FOR HOTELMEN
The committee of the board of trade
having in charge the entertainment of
the hotclmen who are to visit Pasade
na on Friday held a meeting this after
noon and perfected arrangements for
their entertainment with a drive about
the city. Although there have been
quite a number of carriages tendered,
there are not near enough, and citizens
are asked to be liberal In the matter;
also, livery men and all who have a ve
hicle. Several have engaged tallyhos
at their own expense and will tender
them to the committee. All who will
furnish carriages please report to Ed
win Steams, chairman of the committee,
or Secretary Boynton of the board of
trade. Other members of the committee
who will also list offers are Messrs.
Benedict, Cox, Ball, Washburn, Barley,
Dr. Allen, Daggett and Royce.
' ' BREVITIES
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Parker of North
Raymond avenue celebrated their tin
wedding last evening, assisted by a
number of friends who surprised them
at about 8 oelock with a din of tin horns,
beating of dishpans and other articles
appropriate to the occasion. There were
about a score of the visitors, each of
whom brought some article of tin and
some kind of refreshments. Good music
was listened to and a very enjoyable,
social time was spent.
Prof. Jones played the violin, accom
panied by the hosteßS, Mrs. J. E. Park
er. Dr. J. T. Parker also sang a solo.
Those who composed the party were
Misses Stuppell, Maud Mott, Bridges,
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Colwell, Dr.
and Mrs. J. T. Parker, Prof, and Mrs.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Axford, Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Test and Jasper Mott.
The Literary Chit-Chat club met
with Miss Van Ornum last evening on
South Lake avenue for the closing en
tertainment of the season. The occa
sion was a banquet, and the house was
prettily decorated with La France
■ roses. Those present were the Misses
i Carpenter, the Misses Byington, Martin
Roos, Simons, Stace, Mrs.Alien Van Or
num, Messrs. Engle, Nelson, Houke,
Flshbeck, Simons, Van OrnUm and
others.
Miss Iva Leota Sorel. niece of Mrs.
Sarah A. Reed of the Pasadena hotel,
was married to Mr. Don D. Whitson of
Santa Ana, at 5 oelock this afternoon.
Presiding elder, Rev. Dr. Green, per
formed the ceremony. The ceremohy
over, a supper was served in the dlning
hall, after which Mr. and Mrs. Whitson
left on the 7 oelock train for Santa Ana,
where they will be at Home to friends.
On motion of City Attorney Arthur In
the recorder's court this morning, the
case against Captain Findley of the
Salvation army, for marching through
the streets to music, was dismissed.
The captain has tested the ordinance as
he wished, but there is an understand
ing that he will not do it again.
The choir and congregation of the
Church of the Angels at Garvansa pre
ented Mrs. S. F. Post with two hand
some pieces of plate last Saturday, in
recognition of her efficiency as leader
and instructor of the choir. The mem
bers surprised the lady at her home,
and an enjoyable evening was spent,
during which the presentation was
made.
Mrs. G. W. Stimson entertained at
cards at her home on Orange Grove av
enue last evening a number of ladies
who are members of a Tuesday club.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Andrew Mc-
Nalioy, Mrs. H. H. Sherk and Mrs. Ol
hey, and dainty refreshments were
served.
Howard Fish, H. I. Stewart, Merrill
Ball, Will Merwln, W. S. Lelthead and
Rev. Clifford Barnes start tomorrow
morning on a camping trip to the west
™«* °f the San Gabriel, going- by way
Joe si mons circulated a pe
tition today anTong the business men
asking congress to pass the appropria
tion for San Pedro, both for the inner
end the outer harbor. It was signed
ny all the business men with but three
or four exceptions, these having person
al interests at stake.
Mrs. Simh> Hail has "brought suit
against A. W. Hall, her hu.band, for di
vorce. Hall ls the man of many ait
ventures, the last of which occurred
oft the coast of Lower California and
was supposed to have ended his varied
existence. Evidently his wifo does
not believe that he was killed quite
dead.
Mr. Hall, the Jeweler with E. A.
Walker, lost a diamond pin said to be
worth 175 yesterday afternoon and ia
looking for it today.
The following gentlemen have been
appointed aidea by Marshal Steams of
the Fiesta parade: T. P. Lukens, C. H.
Keyes, M. E. Wood, Dr. W. H. Prlttlo,
H. R. Hertel, C. C. Brown, M. M. Morse
and Dr. F. F. Rowland.
Six vagrants were gathered in by tho
officers today. .....
Mrs. Mattern of the Carlton will take
a party Saturday morning to her ranch
at Lankershlm by carriage, where lunch
will be served.
A petition is being circulated asking
John R. Slater, candidate for marshal,
to contest the election. It is generally
conceded that some Irregular ballots
were polled, though whether this will
effect the result 18 not known.
The Keystone restaurant closed Its
doors this morning, the proprietor, Mr.
Werner, giving as a reason that tho
election went the wrong way.
The Marengo Avenue Chautauqua
Circle meets tomorrow evening with
Mr. L. Test of North Raymond avenuo
for an evening with the authors.
Mrs. C. H. Durandand Mrs. S. V. Mar
tin are spending carnival week at Santa
B ftr I* £t i" o.
Robert Strong and Rev. N. H. G. Fife
left today to attend a session of the
presbytery at Pomona.
Among the gueßts of the Carleton are
P. J. Murray of Galesburg, 111., and P. J.
Winfleld of Btnghamton, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hull and party
have returned from Santa Barbara.
E. O. Hull ls home for a short vaca
tion irom tne ujai valley, wnere he nas
been at school.
Miss Dane received news of the death
of her aunt, Mrs. Jas. Bell of Tuolumne
county, and left for the north today.
J. W. Wood returned from San Fran
cisco today.
Among Pasadenans who left within
the last few days to attend the Santa
Barbara flower festival are Miss Pearl
Wickens, C. P. Roraback, the iMsses
Rlgg, C. W. Brown, Dr. E. J. Beach,
Miss Grace Wallace and others.
V. R. Sutlift and party left today for
a stay in the mountains.
SAN BERNARDINO
SAN BERNARDINO, April 13 —
Speculation ls still rife as to what sur
veys W. E. Vaughn Is about to make on
the desert. Another suggestion is now
made, and connects him with the Ne
vada Southern, which tomorrow passes
Into the hands of the syndicate which
bought it six months ago. The right to
redeem expires tomorrow, and unless
the Nevada Southern people or Mayor
Carlson of San Diego pungles up nearly
$300,000 the sheriff and receiver's deeds
will be made out and the property for
mally transferred.
TED DILLON SENTENCED
Ted Dillon pleaded guilty today to a
charge of forgery and was sentenced
to twenty months In San Quentin. The
crime for which he was originally ap
prehended was the forgery of endorse
ments on time checks of the Atlantic
and Pacific at Ludlow. Ho has made
three escapes since being arrested—
once at Barstow ho broke from confine
ment with Oregon boots on his legs and
handcuffs on his wrists and hopped on
his hands and feet in the darkness a dis
tance of four miles. Later he was
caught by a constable at Mojave as he
waß about to board a freight train. The
constable drew his revolver and told
him to throw up his hands. While the
two men were standing thus, facing
each other, the train started, when Dil
lon ran and boarded the train and made
good his escape. Not until he was ar
rested in Pasadena for the fourth time
was he successfully lodged in Jail at the
county seat.
■ NOTES OF THE DAY
Edward Dolch of Victor, formerly a
deputy under Sheriff Booth, was mar
ried in the First M. E. church in this
city last night to Miss Lizzie Greenlee
of Indianapolis. Miss Greenlee arrived
here yesterday, being accompanied by
her mother, and the party went to the
church during the afternoon, when the
nuptial knot was tied by Rev. E. O. Me-
Intler. Mr. and Mrs. Dolch left for Vic
tor by last night's overland.
John Tomiclch of the Commercial res
taurant, who ls charged with violating
the city ordinance by selling liquor
without a license, was before Recorder
Haile this morning, with his attorney,
H. W. Nlsbet. He pleaded not guilty.
The case was then set for trial for Fri
day morning at 10 oelock.
The examination of Judge Charles S.
Huse, who is striving to v be released
from the asylum at Highland, occupied
the whole day before Judge Otis yester
day. At the close of the day it waß con
tinued until April 2Z, and in the mean
time the court announced that three ex
perts, acknowledged authorities on In
sanity, would be summoned, and would
be called as witnesses when the case
came up again.
SANTA BARBARA
The sixth annual festival of flowers
at Santa Barbara promises to be more
successful In many ways than any of
the previous events. The city is Ailed
with strangers and It Is announced sev
eral special trains are on the way. In
cluding those of the National Hotel
Men's Association, coming for the great
day tomorrow. The public bureaus of
information arc busy handling
the immense crowd. Today's feature
has been the indoor flower exhibit at
the festival pavilion, a unique part of
the program being the procession of
flower decorated baby carriages, a min
iature of tomorrow's parade before the
tribunes. The marine band from the
flagship Philadelphia was In attendance
this afternoon, while tonight the Phil
harmonic society gives a concert. Ex
hibits of plants and flowers included
many hundred of rare varieties, grown
only in this section, and the display
greatly exceeds the exhibit of former
yeasr. Tomorrow afternoon occurs the
fioral parade, for whldh there are sixty
live entries of floats other than decorat
ed vehicles. The floats and tribunes
and the scene of the battle of the flow
ers have been profusely decorated for
the occasion, and business will be
suspended while the residents pay their
yearly homage to the floral queen. En
tiles far festival field day sports Friday
afternoon include many athletes and
wheelmen known over the state anil
country. Herbert McCrea. the world's
champion, is entered In the mile bi
cycle race. Ulbricht, Lacy, Whitman,
Casenave and Cromwell of Los Angeles
are also entered in wheeling events.
James Ryan, champion Southern Cali
fornia sprinter, Elliott of Berkeley, Mc-
Nab, Riverside and Stewart of Los An
geles are entered in the running races.
There are eighty entries in all.
Mr. George Newton of Mission Can
yon died yesterday from injuries re
ceived in a runaway accident Sunday.
He was employed as a superintendent
by the Santa Barbara Water Company
and has resided here twenty-three
years. A widow and several children
survive him.
A. F. Fugler of Santa Maria has pe
titioned the Superiorcourt for appoint
ment as administrator of the estate,
ot John Barry, deceased. Barry com
mitted suicide at Santa Maria last week
and has long been a property owner In
this county.
The Equal Suffrage association ls in
augurating a vigorous campaign all
over this county. An organization is
being effected of all ladles whose names
appear on the assessment roll, and
strong influence will be brought tq bear
upon the Santa Barbara delegates to
the four state conventions of political
parties that a woman suffrage plank
be nailed on each platform.
Tickle your palate by smoking Street
Moments cigarettes. They are the best.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THUBSDAT MOBISTNGr, APETX 16, 1996.
THE POLITE WORLD
A very lovely wedding occurred! St
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis, on
Estrella avenue, last night at 8 oelock,
whan their daughter, Mlaa Mattie Da
via, waa married to Harry C. Bowers.
Rev. A. C. Smlthera performed the cere
mony in the presence of about seventy
flve friends of the young couple. The
bride wore a gown of white duchess
satin,trimmed in duchess lace and pearl
passementerie. The latter fell grace
fully across the bodice, which was cut
high. The sleeves were long aad fin
ished with lace. A cluster of white car
nations, held with white satin ribbon,
completed the simple but elegant cos
tume. Promptly at 8 oelock the wed
ding march, played by Mrs. C. Harvey,
announced the bridal party. Miss Bar
bara Fisher, a little, golden-haired tot,
preceded the bride and groom, carry
ing a large basket of white roses and
ferns, that were strewn before the
young couple. She was gowned in a
dainty white organdie over white satin,
with trimmings of Valenciennes lace,
The house was exceptionally beautiful
in the great profusion of flowers that
were used. In the drawing-room the
bay window was a solid wall of callas
and white roses that reached from floor
to ceiling, nearly a thousand lilies being
used in forming the effective back
ground. In the arch of the window a
curtain of Lady Banksia roses filled the
entire side, being looped by white satin
bows. Connecting the floral drapery at
the top was a white satin true lovers'
knot Half-tilted baskets were over
flowing with roses and carnations
everywhere about the room. Pink and
white was the color scheme of the back
room, and in here the flowers were used
with the same lavish beauty. They
covered the mantel and were held In
large bowls on tables and shelves. In
the dining-room pink roses held sway
exclusively. The buffet was massed
with blossoms, and in the center of the
table a growing azalea was surrounded
by roses. Scattered over the table gar
lands of smilax made a charming finish
for the whole. The wedding supper
was in charge of Slaten. The hall was
bright with red roses, that made grace
ful lines over long date palms, bending
in every direction. The library waß de
voted to the many presents which were
received. The bride and groom were
assisted In- receiving by Mrs. Davis and
Mmes. E. J. Holloway, J*. W. Bushnell
Alton, H. C. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Bow
ers win enjoy their wedding trip at
Santa Barbara. The bride's traveling
gown was a becoming dress of novelty
goods, trimmed with spangled passe
menterie and silk of contrasting shade.
A stylish straw toque, with bows of
Persian ribbon and green roses, com
pleted the costume. •
tFltsta Afternoon'
Miss Mullen gave a delightful af
fair yesterday afternoon at her home
on South Grand avenue In honor of her
sister, Mrs. Emlle Hoffman's, fifth wed
ding anuWersary. The rooms were
resplendent with roses, all combining to
form the trio of colors. Great palms
held the blossoms, and on the mantel of
the back drawing-room the flowers
were massed in profusion: and falling
gracefully over the whole were long
branches of Australian palms. Seven
tables were arranged fur seven-handerl
euchre that formed the afternoon's
entertainment. Among the floral ar
rngements was a harp composed of the
Fiesta colors, which was a gift to the
guest of honor. The score cards were of
rough paper fashioned Into olive leaves,
the pencils being held by clusters of
red, yellow and green blossoms. In all
the pretty ideas carried out the com
ing festivities' colors were not forgot
ten. On the hostess' sheer white gown
bows of ribbon corresponding with the
decorations bedecked the costume. The
first prize waa a handsome spoon, the
handle being formed by a figure of the
Goddess of Liberty; in Its hand was an
enameled orange branch. An Egypt
ian fancy comb was the second, and the
third a Turkish filigree silver pocket
mlror. Reynolds did the catering.
The afternoon proved a most delight
ful one, and was enjoyed by the many
guests present. Those invited were:
Mesdames Charles Baker, J. J. Bergln,
David Collins, Henry Flnck, Lewis A
Gfant, Clarence Hall. Eugene Ives, Jas.
Kays, John Mossin, Henry O'Melveney.
J. H. F. Pgck.C. F. Roseorarts, Yon
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Bassett, Bloomfield, Blckncll, Bluett,
Crlmmrngs. Doran, Desmond, Danger
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Fitswllliam. Glass, Howes, Hass.
Howard, Innes, Kenealy, Ktrchkoff,
Kelly. I. Lindley. Lyne, Montgomery,
G. Montgomery.McCormack, McLellan.
Redman, Riley, Schilling. Stqrk
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Miss Elsie Henden left yesterday for
her dome, in Alameda.
Mr. aad Mrs. Fred T. Griffith are re
joicing over the arrival of. a little son
in their family.
Mr. and iirs. Frank J. Hart, Mrs. A.
C. Whitney and Miss Hadley have
gone to Santa Barbara for a few
days.
Miss lone Parsons' will return home
today from the northern part of the
state, where she has been studying
music.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Siegel (nee Flora
Magnin) will return from their honey
moon this week. They will receive
Sunday, April 19th, from 2 to 5 p. m.
at 703 West Tenth street.
Among those who left yesterday for
Santa Barbara to attend the flower
festival were Mrs. John Bradbury, Miss
Will, Miss Mary Banning, Mr. Wilt
Norris, Mrs. Maxwell, Miss Zadie Max
well, Mr. Allen Hancock.
PERSONAL
A H. Vilas and son of Chicago are in
the city on a business trip combined
with pleasure. Mr. Vilaa io engaged
with one of the largest firms in the
Union, manufacturing and dealing in
mouldings, picture frames, etc.
Judge F. W. Gregg of San Bernardino
is at the Nadeau. and will remain in the
city until after the Fiesta.
G. H. Young, a prominent business
man of San Francisco, ls at the Nadeau,
accompanied by his wife.
Judge J. S. Noyes of Riverside is reg
istered at the Nadeau.
W. R. Snape, one of Cripple Creek's
representative mining men, ls stopping
at the Hollenbeck.
Andrew McNally, the millionaire Chi
cago publisher, accompanied by Mrs.
McNally and a party consisting of E. D.
| Neff and wife and Mrs. F. G. McNally,
arrived in the city yesterday and took
rooms at the Hollenbeck.
Dr. Ed Shields ls registered at the
Hollenbeck from Australia.
Mrs. Hugh MacMlllan and Mrs. James
MacMUlan, society ladies of Chicago,
are at the Hollenbeck.
Capt. C. T. Hunt and wife of Sparta,
Wis., are In the city to escape the rigors
of an eastern winter and see the floral
festivals.
Col. J. C. Fox and F. J. Collins of
Bradford, Pa., with H. W. Van Orman
• of Richmond, Va., form a party at the
Westminster.
John W. Lewis, from Dunedln, New
Zealand, ls at the Westminster.
George A. Partridge, a Florldlan, Is
registered at the Westminster from
Tampa, that state.
LONG BEACH
LONG BEACH, April 15.—There is a
great demand for houses, and although
a number of large new rooming houses
have been built, and more are to be
built, there is not going to be anything
like enough to supply the demand the
coming season.
Contractor Shaefer has o force of men
putting up a five-room cottage, corner
Magnolia avenue and Third street, for
Dr. Elliot of Pasadena.
W. F. Ball of Los Angeles, with wife
and two children, came down Monday
to stop a week. They have taken rooms
at Mrs. P. R. Grifliith's Primrose Lodge.
B. M. Hardesty of Los Angeles If
spending the week here.
Mr. Klff, the new foreman on the
Southern Pacific railroad, has moved
his family here from Santa Monica.
Miss Helen Augusta McLoon and
Miss Etta Capelle of Jnnesville, Wis.,
were late guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
A. Johnson at their Third street resi
dence.
Mr. W. Pollard and wife returned
from their visit to the Rev. and Mrs. E.
A. Healey at Ontario Monday.
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SANTA ANA
SANTA ANA, April 15.— T. D. Huff,
one of the most prpmlnont business men
i : and merchants of tho city, dropped dead
; this morning at an early hour from
1 heart disease. Deceased was one of the
| wealthiest residents of this county. He
I had gone out to look after some work
lln one or his walnut orchards, and half
an hour after he left the house he was
found lying on his face, dead, ur.der a
young walnut tree, with a hoe In his
right hand.
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B R EAKF A ST—GU ri'ER,
"By a thorough snowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of dfgostion
and nutrition, and by a careful a. plication of
the tine popertlos of well sclented Cozoa. Mr.
Epp« has provided for our breakfast and sup
per a delicately flavored bevemge which may
save ua many dodo s'bills, it is by the judi
cious use of men articles of diet thut a const.
union may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease.
Hundreds of subtle maladies ere floating
around v- reatly to attack wherever taero H
a tveak point. We may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ouiselves well fortified with
pure blood and a properly nourished frame "
—Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with
boiling water or milk. Sold only iv half-pound
tins, by grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS & CO., Ltd., Homoeopathic
Chemists. London, England
AUCTION
At residence, of the entire furniture of a
0 room home, at No. 170-) Grand avenue, on
Thursday, April 16th, at 10 a. m„,
Cons sting In part of handsome easy chairs,
divans and sofas, oak and wicker center ta
bles, ohiffoniers, handsome oak, walnut and
biroh bedroom suites, wicker rockers oil paint
ings, tollot ware, brio-a-brac, sideboard, hand
some osk extension table and dining chairs,
china aud glass, now kitchen furniture, etc
C. M. STEVENS,
Auctioneer.
Eyes Tested
Drs. Thomp«oo & Kyle
Graduates in Optics
Solid gold frames, warrauteJ 51.75 j
Steel, nickel, aluminum or alloy frames. 230
First quality lensas, per pair $1.00 j
Give us a trial: wa will surely plrass you, I
both in priros and work.
BOSTON OPTICAL COMPANY
aa< W. Second St., bet. Sprint
and Broadway, Los Angelas.
Su Filth St., San Diego.
C. F. HEll^EriA^,
Druggist and Chemist
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles
Presertptlons carefully compounded day
or night, (
__feyELECTRIKURE
CURE,
EVERY HAN who suffer, while he toili.
EVERY Wort AN' who pines from agony while
yet she lives.
EVERY CHILD who languishes in misery's
lap*lot your Wis be what they may, don't de
spair for here is your relief, for its cures bor
der on the miraculous. Child with diphtheria
cured in one night; child 7 years muscular
rheumatism, could not be moved only on a
sheet, cured in 3 days; ann with erysipelas
jeriodically for years cured in a month; also
man rheumatism, 7 months greatly relieved in
'A treatments, cured in 4 courses Another,
general debility so that life was a burden, cured
in a mouth, lady, indigestion, constipation,
Pioducing nervous prostration, cured in .!
week**, t-'oveie cases piles cured, also blood '
diseases, chronic diarrhoea, insomnia Above I
testimonials from ministers, judges, professors,
etc. Remember disease cannot remain when i
the system is charged with OXYGEN.
Treasurer s Ofllce, King Co, Wash.' I
One of the great st wonders of the age ls tho
Kleotrikure. This little,cheap instrument is a
marvel. It carries with it tha hulling proper
ties of the most of the maladies of the human
family. After purchasing one and fully test
ing Its neurits for scarlet fever in 4 different j
cases in our family it completely eradicated
■vary symntuin or" well dcllncd, malignant I
cases in t!4 hours and for general debility hai
noequa,', in fact nothing cen compare 'with'
tha "Llactr.kurc," or this little wonder.
r. W. MA PMC,
County Treasurer King Co.
Come for certain relief.
ROOM (i, CALIFORNIA RANK !U,DO.,
Sun and c ol tf La* Angeles, Cal.
■ ———
Glass & Long
Blank Book
Manufacturers
213.215 New High St., Los Angeles, Cal
LOST MANHOOD! "
racily, Quickly and Permanently Beat o**4,
Cilibbated Bnqusb SIUEOT
It seoid on a ~»itive mm m . j
r -arautea to euro any OM tSB Vf
form of nervous pros- m
tralionor any disorder 1
of the genital organs of I j>
either sex, caused
Bsforo. by excessive nso of After*
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on aoeaeof
of youthful indiscretion or oyer indulgence eto.,
IMtxiness, Convulsions, Wakefulness, Meadaeae,
Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain, Week
Memory, Bearing Down Pains. Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nocturnal Emisalone, Spermatorrhcpe.
Loss of Power and Impotenoy, which it tiegtoctaaV
may lead to premature old age and insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price. $1.00 a box; 6 boxatt
turfj.w. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written
/uurantee furnished witfc every $5.00 order received*
in refund the money if a permanent core la Dot
eHeotJd.
' JS'IiHVTA \IEDICINE CO.. Detroit, IPtaa
For sale by GEO. E. FREEMAN A CO..
southeast corner Second and Broadway.
Radam's Hicrobe.
C All Diseases are Caused
> VOT < by Germs or Microbes.
g MS \ Remove the Cause and
I I Nature will do the rest.
Ca " or wr ' te for P ir nPn "
lets and testimonials.
4J6 s OUt |, Broadway
FREE
To all siifTerlnx with Threat, J.nnx or Wasting Weaenra
Btouuch Catarrh Scrofula, Anhma, or Nervine WW
JEWS" Bl " sly'"" » reirjisr rise bottle of ilsV OQB
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Thomas * Euixotos* Brag Store. £» N. Bating tt.
oor. Temple, Los Angeles, from! to Sand 7 tot p. Z
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