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FOR SALB—RBALJBSTATB Country Property FOR SALE! —201 ACRES IN SAN LUIS Obispo county, six miles from Santa Mar guerite; wood enough on land to pay for It- $12 per acre. For particulars Inquire of M'GARRY & INNES. 227 W. Second st. ]_ FOR SALE —SAN GABRIEL-ONLY A few 5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right. Now Is the time to buy. If you have any thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX ANDER, 145 S. Broadway. tf FOR SALK—WINERY AND STORE; 80 acres of tine land, 10 acres In vine, best paying place in county to right party. CHARLES SIESS. National City, San Diego county, Cal. 7-8 FOR SALE—ALFALFA RANCH FOR sale; one of the best ranches between Los Angeles and Sanla Monica: ample water. Inquire of M'GARRY & INNES, 227 W. Second St. 7 FOR SALE-52400-S ACRES IN CITY, nicely improved, biggest bargain offered. BEN WHITE. 221 W. First si. Read my . ads. in Real Estate and Exchange col umns. ' FOR SALE—A MODERN COLONIAL home, In Wllshire Boulevard tract: in rooms, porcelain bath, etc.; $5750; easy terms. WILSHIRB CO., 143 S. Broad way. " FOR SALE-275 PER ACRE—THE cheapest place In Los Angeles county, 20 -ajcre orchard: small house. Particulars. OWNER, room 214, Currier blk. I FOR SALE-LOTS IN SANTA MONICA at $90 each; 40 feet from; $25 cash: $10 per month. WILSHIRH CO.. 143 S. Broad way. tr FOR SALE — MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE-TREMENDOUS BARGAINS In pianos! ! ! 1 square piano. $25. 1 square piano, $5". 1 square piano (Stelnway & Sons), $100. 1 upright piano, $100. 1 upright piano, $125. 1 upright piano, $130. 1 upright piano (Decker Bros), $2G5. 1 upright piano (Stelnway & Sons), $200. The above pianos are warranted to be In good condition. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO.. 216-21S West Third street, Bradbury building. 13 FOR SALE—REMOVAL TO SIXTEENTH and San Pedro streets —Owing to building j on our present location at Fourth and Los Angeles streets, we have a lot of plants still on the ground, which we will sell at a sacrifice, rather than move them to our new place. The present entrance Is on Fourth street, next to Flower Festi val boarding house and through drive- Way In rear of Westminster hotel. CHRISTENSEN ft HUSTON", nursery men and florists. 7 FOR BALE—YOUR NEIGHBORS BUY homes at $15 monthly. Why not you? New modern 4 and 5-room cottages, close In; bay window, closets, cement walks; bath room: ail for $15 per monih. R. D. LIST, removed to 212 W. Second, bet. Spring and Broadway. 7-2 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—ONE MlL ier's Little Giant hay press. 3 wagons, 1 Ideal 2-horse power, and feed mill. 3ft horse power electric motor: want a 4 horse power gasoline engine. MILKS DODD, JR.. 240 Bradbury block. tf FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD GOODS, GEN tle horse, harness, n top buggy and 15 chickens; $75 takes all: cottage and barn for rent, $11: sixth house from Vermont aye.. on Olivia St.: take Washington st. or Traction cars to Vermont aye. 7 FOR SALE-THE CROP OF A 1 H>-ACRE apricot orchard, situated on Hill aye., bet. New York aye. and Mendocino St.. Altadena. Cal.: offers per ton on trees so licited. Address OWNER, B. T.GRAY, Beaumont. Cal. 7 FOR SALE—CHEAP: 600 POUNDS BRE vler type; was used on The Herald until Mergehthaler typesetting machines were put In April 15. Address Business Man ager, The Herald, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE—AN ALMOST NEW TAB or's business buggy for just ft of what It cost less than 1 year ago. This is o hlg bargain, so If you want it call early on F. B. WILLIAMS, 200'- S. Broudway. 7 FOR SALE—TRAP. ONE END SPRING, top buggy, and one phaeton, ail Colum bus, OTiio, make. Buggy and phaeton never used; at a big sacrifice. No. 416 E. Twenty-third st. 9-10 R. D. LIST REMOVED TO 212 W. SRf ond, bet. Spring and Broadway. Notary public: legal papers carefully drawn: ex changing of property a specialty, 7-2 FOR SALE—HANDSOME UPRIGHT Grand Steek piano, a' a great sai rl- ! flee. Room No. 6. The Stanford, Fourth I and Hill sts. Call mornings. tf FOR SALE—ONE WEEK. PRIVATELY, parlor, bed room suits, stoves, dishes, sewing machine; cheap. 631 S. Spring, 11 FOR SALE—I FINE THOROUGHBRED bull terrier imps: $5 for male and $2.50f0r females. 200 San Fernando st., city. H FOR SALE-FARM WAGONS AND IM plements. or trade for hay or spring wag ons. E. MOAT, 222 E. Second si. 7 FOR SALE—S2SO BUYS FURNITURE OF a 9-room house, rent only $25. close In. E. T. CASEY/ & CO., 223 W. First st. 7 FOR SALE—A GOOD LIGHT TOP BUG gy for $25, or trade for spring wagon. E. MOAT, 222 E. Second st. 7 FOR SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK elevator at a sacrifice, inquire at The Herald business oflice. 12-tf FOR SALE—WALL PAPER AT 5 CENTS per roll: borders ai 23 cents per room. 601 S. Broadway. 7 FOR SALE—BLACKSM ITII TOOLS. OR trade for spring wagon or hay. E. MOAT, 222 E. Second st. 7 OLD WAGONS A X D BUI IGIES B( lUGHT, sold and exchanged. WILLIAMS, 1028 N. Alameda st. 9 BOOKS IN ALL LANGUAGES BOUGHT and sold at GINSS', 315 s. Mam, near Third. 7 FOR SALE-GOOD TALKING PARR' T with cage. $>. no,; w Nln ; Notice to Contractors SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RES oaiyed up to June 10th, 1".",. at th- office of M. Bchwed. clerk of board of si hool trustees. Los Nletos, Los Angeles ounty for the construction of an additional to the school building !u Los; Nietos. Good ami satisfactory sureties will he exuded from ihe successful bidder for the faithful' performance of contract aid against liens. The hoard of trusties reserves the right to reject any and all iocs. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of A. M. Edi Iman, architect 242 ■ Soulh Main sired. Los Angeles, and ai ofiicp of clerk of board. By order of board of trustees, 8 M. BCHWED, Clerk. IHE WAV OF THf: WORLD Two men went down to the sea In a shin Flushed with the scarlet of drink an i song; A ribald jest was on eithe-r's lip And their pulls at the bottle were deep and strong. A storm arose and the vessel sank. The s. a rejoiced In triumphant' hate And two lought d.aili on a narrow plank That sunk and shivered beneath their weight. Then one cried out: "I must leave you Jack: You have babes and a wife, bul luckily I ' Have none who will mourn If I come rot back, And one may live, but one must die." "True," said th-other, "mv wife win wall ■ "Pis a cow ard deed, bul I must live on ■' Two hours laier a passing sail Took up the one. bin the oilier was gone. The blind world cheers for the Inan wrlQ wins. And looks not under the si a or the sod- Bo It says of tile one "that he dii d In his sins." While the other "was saved by a loving God. —FRANK PUTNAM. Every man should read the advertise ment of Thomas Slater on page 23 of this paper. THE WAY MILLIONAIRES PLAY A Qreat Pleasure House on the Hudson BILLIOiNS ARE BEHIND IT — Some of the Bit; Men Who Are Mem bers Official Opening el Ardsley Caslne-All the Luxuries of a Fifth Avenue Club House In the Country NEW YORK. May 29 — Tomorrow the very swell people of New York celebrate Decoration day by officially opening the Ardsley Casino, a place destined to play an important part in the society drama of the metropolis. It is an entirely new thing, but Its suc cess is assured simply because it has the driving force of boundless millions behind it. In fact, its success has al ready been demonstrated. For more than two weeks the place has been un- officially open, and It has been thronged I night and day by the people who make the wheels of fashion go round. The Ardsley Casino is the effect of sev- 1 eral causes. It Is located near Dobbs ] Ferry, some thirty odd miles from the : city. On all sides of It are the country homes of millionaires—not ordinary mil lionaires, but millionaires whose millions are counted by the score. During the last ten years it has been a fad with these great men to buy lm mense estates along the east bank of the Hudson river. This bank is some thing like 140 miles In length, and It would seem that there was enough room and some to spare to give each of them a fine home and a fair sized park. But the customary greed of the millionaire soon consumed all of it. The whole mat ter soon developed into a race between the Astors, Rockefellers, VanderblltS, Morgans, Mortons, Goulds and others of that ilk as to who should get the most 3f it. Naturally prices went up with sky rocket speed. All of these people now have fine homes thing the Hudson, and when that much Kid been accomplished they began to look about for some of the pleasures or' ilty life. The first thing to ha"ye was a •lub house, something that would be lust as luxurious and just as exclusive js the old Union club on Fifth avenue, md something that would have a rustic flavor. All of these millionaires hunger ed fur club life even when surrounded IN THE SEWING ROOM by the cnuntl»ss luxuries of their pala- I tlal homes. So the Ardsley Casino was ' projected. This was lust a year ago. Part of the Cyrus Field estate, the land owned by the old Manhattan college, and the farms of several small owners were purchased, and then Oeorge Par sons, the landscape gardener of central Park, was employed to lay out the grounds. GILT EDGED OFFICIALS. Officers were appointed, and they speak for themselves as follows: J, Plerpont Morgan, worth 165.000,000 John D. Rockefeller, 1190,000.000, William Rockefeller, $70, I, Cornelius Vanderbilt, $95, .000. Chatiii< ey M. Depew. J5.0n0.0n0. W. Seward Webb, 530.000.000. Edwin Gould, $13.000,01111. General Sam Thomas, 13,000,000. Henry Villard. $20,000.0110. J. J. McComb, $6,000,000. Cyrus Field Judson, $2,000,000. Philip Schuyler, $3,000,000, J LOS ANGELES HEBALD: SUNDAY MOBNTITGr. JTTN'E 7, 1896. I There are Just about 400 members, and ! their aggregate wealth Is something like $2,000,000,000. When all the plans of ' the Casino are carried out It will have cost something like $1,000,000. a mere nothing for a playhouse for so many millionaires. Ground was broken for the building last August, and It was hoped to have it In readiness for an official opening on Christmas eve last. But the plans of the club men were too elaborate for such hasty work, and even now the grounds are not complete. Three hundred work lngmen are employed on them all the time, and within a few weeks It Is ex pected that the whole place will be In tip-top shape. THE CLUB HOUSE. The Casino consists of three stories and a basement. The basement Is the ground floor on the river front, where the building is really a story higher than on the other side. The house Is of an Elizabethan style of architecture. The lower part is built of brick and stone interspersed, and tbe upper part is of wood. The exterior Is finished In half timber, which consists of orna mental woodwork filled In with white plaster, the whole presenting a plain surface. This effect begins with the sec ond story, and in part is carrleel up to tbe roof. Specimens of half timber work are rare In this country, but arc plenti ful In England, Germany and Brittany. In other respects also the building is of great picturcsqucness. It abounds in gables nnd dormer windows, and above the main roof rise two lowers, one hex agonal with rounded top and the other THE CASINO peaked. Next to the hexagonal tower is a chimney of ornamental brick -work. The building is 130 feet long and the same In width. It is roughly triangular In shape, with two sides slanting from the entrance on the river side. This gives a view up tbe river and another down. A covered piazza fifteen feet wide runs entirely around the house on the first j floor. In front it widens out to twenty- i five feet. This will be used as an outside I dining room, being left open in summer ! and inclosed with glass In winter. Above 1 It an uncovered piazza extends around ' i the second story. In the basement, be- | j sides kitchen, boiler room, etc., is a j large room for bicycles. There is also a swimming tank 11x2 feet, lined with white glazed brick, and a number of showers and dressing rooms. The main hall on the first floor Is 50 feet long ar.d L'O feet wide. On the north It opens on the piazza and Into the din ing room, which is nearly of the same size. On the south, corresponding In position to the dining room, are the card room and the billiard room. In the front of the main hall, toward the river, is the club room, with many windows opening on the two slants. At the cen ter of the floor are the office and the stairway, and beyond them the vestibule leading to the piazza aI d port-cnehere. Above the vestibule Is a small halt / story to be used as a music gallery. By opening the main windows of the first I story and a set of small windows at ! tlio top of the half story the music can | be heard not only cm the Inside but on i the lirst and second story piazzas also. On tin-second lloor are parlors and about fifteen sleeping rooms. There are twen ty more sleeping rooms on the third floor. FOR FAIR WOMEN. The second floor will be largely given up to the women of the families of tho members, and in this respect the club is unique. There is a large sewing n*"n, In which, however, there will be ro/ghty little sewing done. This floor alsc holds the club's library, in which standard works on sport and games play 11 most important part. There are a number of small parlors and baUirooJftS also, and these, with the bedrooms Mave, been dl \ Ided int., suites. Some of the rich men whose wives have been in the habit of going to Newport for the summer, leav ing their husbands to wrestle with the 1 cares of business during thi ihot months, hope that the Casino will prove suffi ciently attractive to keep the women | folks within its confines. This is the pur ! pose of the various suites of rooms on the second floor, and they are arranged iso as to afford every luxury and con venience for the occupants. tine of the notable features of the club is a fine dock running out into the Hud son. It is for the use of the yachts of i the members. It cost $20,000 to build. The men who go to town for a few hours i each day can steam down the river In : their yachts and run back again In the I afternoon with great comfort. A hand- I some railroad station has been built for I the convenience of the members w ho are j not fortunate enough to own yachts. I Great stables have also been built, capa i ble of housing 300 horses and all kinds , of traps and rigs from the ponderous four-in-hand coach to the light runabout i wagon. I Much care has been taken in laying j out the golf grounds, and It is now the : boast of the members that the links form I one of the largest nine-hole courses in ; the world. Both the outgoing and In | coming teeing grounds are near the Ca i slno. In starting out the player's drive is southward to the putting green, lo i cnted in a saucer-shaped mound, due i hundred nnd thirty-three yards from ! this Is a deep ravine a dozen yards wide. A strip of turf 100 feet in width is next I and then comes a second ravine 90 feet ; wide before the first hole Is reached. I The difficulties in reaching the second | hole consist of a deep glen, a network :of logs nnd bunches of trees. All the rest of the holes are full of hazards, such as sand piles, artificial bunkers, ' trees, ditches, the Croton aqueduct, ra vines and fences. The longest run Is 600 yards, and the shortest Is 220 yards. Championship matches will be played on the links later on in the season. It Is the hope of the projectors to make of the Casino the finest millionaires' playground the world over, and it looks as if these ambitions were destined to be fulfilled. Accidentally Shot Henry W. Preston, who resides at 77? San Julian street, corner of Eighth, met with an accident yesterday evening which came near proving serious. He had in tended going hunting today and was clean ing a lil-gauge shotgun. It went off acci dentally, the load grazing Ills head, but in flicting a merely superficial wound. VARI-CO-CELE Wasting Weakness, Failing Aian= hood and Nervous Debility Are Easily Cured by While you sleep at night Electric this belt soaks your Be,t nas a newly pat weakened nerves full of e °ted regulator which electricity and restores makes the current mild , ... ~ . or strong while the belt your health. It is surer f J>> S7» * is on the body. No other and cheaper than mcdi- bslt made ca „ be cine. 'ated. The disease known as varicocele has baffled the medical profession at every turn. The various al • mpts to remove It have all proven Ineffective, and Rome of them even more Injurious than the disease Itself. The knife, vacuum, compression and massage have all be< n tried, and all failed, and yet Varicocele and Its large following of wast ing w< aknc isi h can be cured. Varicocele Is a congestion of the stagnant blood In the veins with considerable distention of tbe glands. Klectriclty will decompose this congested mate and drive the stagnant blood Into the circulation, relieving the veins •of the weakening strain, at the same time contracting the glands which have grown weak from the disease, thus curing the whole trouble. DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT, Recognized by the medical profession as the most scientific mothn-irfor the application of the electric current to the body, and backed by many of cures of various nervous and chronic cases, is now acknowledged the best means of reaching the dread wasting disease. VARICOCELE. Its power over this disease Is remarkable. Cures have been completed in one month, and the worst cases can lie reached In 1 liree months by this belt. As an evi dence of recent results the following wdll be interesting: "The losses are nearly all stopped and the varicocele almost entirely gone. Your belt is a good one." J. N. ESTHER, Emigrant Gap, Cal. "My varicocele, which was very bad and painful, so that I had to wear a support, was helped right away, and in one month had disappeared altogether." A. A. KURTZ.Taulltan, Or. "I had varicocele and weakness of 26 years' standing. Tour Dr. Banden Electric Belt has cured n c." 1.. 1.. JACCARD, Jeweler, San l.eandro, Cal. Many <''i < r cures can lie found by referring lo the little book. "Three Classes of Men," which can be had free upon application. Those wdio have tried our treatments will Und miieh ot interest in this book or a visit to the salesrooms of SHND6N ELECTRIC CO, 204 ,' Soutn Broadway, Corner Second St., Los Angeles, Cal. OFFICE UOLUSi-8 106: evenings, 7 toS; Sundays, 10 to 1. ANYBODY CAN QUIT The Matter Made Easy by the National Liquor Cure Company No More Hypodermic Injections of Daagereus Drugs, Nor "Institute" Nonsense, buta Rational Home Treatment that Outsiders Need Know Noth ing Whatever About The widely-known National Liquor Cure Company has at last established a California office in this city, in the Wil son block, rooms 122 and 123, and are ready to be consulted by any who may desire to avail themselves of their serv ices. This is the company, so much talk ed about In the east, whose antidote for the liquor habit is a purely vegetable composition, entirely harmless but won derfully efficacious, which the patient tnkes*home and uses, according to direc tions, as he would any other medicine, lv a little while he is cured of all desire for stimulants and finds himself gain ing dally In health, strength, zest for business, and the respect of all the peo ple who know him. He Is a new man, and nobody but himself and the com pany from whom he obtained the cure knows how it came about It has cost him $35 for the reformation, and he wouldn't go back to what he was before for $35,000. The basis of the formula of the Na tional Liquor Cure, as used at the pres ent time, Is. ft Is claimed, the only spe cltlo treatment for liquor craving with in tbe knowledge of man. It quiets the Irritable stomach, relieves the congested lining of that organ, thereby restoring the suspended flow of gastric Juice; re moves the engorged condition of tbe liver by stimulating the flow of bile, quiets the nervous Impulses, Imparts vigor and soothes and satisfies the gnawing, burning desire for strong drink. It Is free from alcohol Itself and does not leave another habit In the place of the one It has relieved. Those who have used the remedy testify In the highest terms to Its harmless yet tonlo effect. No trouble of the heart is felt, no weakness of the eyes or double vision Is experienced, no nauseated feeling or depressed condition, no loss of memory, no mental derangement, no unpleasant physical effects. Ladles who wish to. investigate our system of cure In the Interest of relatives or friends will find in our offices In the Wilson block a woman of broad culture and refinement, whose life has been de voted to good deeds and the uplifting of humanity, and who will be glad to an swer all Inquiries. Those living at a dis tance can have their orders filled by ex press. Correspondence promptly an swered. Address National Liquor Cure Company. 122-123 Wilson Block, Los An geles, Cal. Here Is one of the many stories about Colonel North, the nitrate king, which Is tTild In Vanity. "One day he had an appointment to meet John TA'. Mackay on business of Importance, and as was usual with the English millionaire, the meeting was arranged to take place at luncheon. Colonel North was famous as a good liver, and the proceedings began with cocktails, followed by champagne, 'etcetera.' As Is bis custom, Mr. JMackay declined wine and drank nothing but Johannis. After the luncheon North re marked to a friend: 'Mackay Is a very nice man and ha 9 a fine business head, but I'll be hanged If I can see how he ever made fifty millions on a diet of mineral water.' An hour later, Mr. Mackay, having arrived at his ncuse, said to the same friend. (Colonel Ochil tree): 'Colonel North Is a very fine man and a business executive of great abljlty but I am blessed if I can utiderstand now he ever made fifty millions on a diet of rum and champagne.' Thus did two millionaires estimate their respectlive advantages." Taint, buggy, 75c. 328 S. Spring. __lil■M. . - . . . , 135 SOUTH SPRING ST. •f 5 pec i a 1 To-morrow, Monday, June Bth zcodoz. DR. WARNER'S SUMMER CORSETS at, Zt)C per pair The best Corset bargain of the season. All sizes represented from 19 t» 30. Five-hook, extra length, double reinforced. Displayed in show window. Special sale of Hosiery and Underwear. Ladles', Misses, Boys' and Children* from 5c per pair to 25c. Paper Patterns 10 Cents Apiece FIXEN & CO., 135 South Spring St. The Crowning Honor Is Truth r DISTINCTION MARKS I HI AND IS WI Dr. Tom Foo Yuen, the Imperial Chines* physician. Is known by his works. Tt was I>r. Foo who made the famous cure of little Clara Humphrey after she had given up by the bos: physicians la tho city. Dr. Koo has severed hii connection with the Flowery Kingdom Herb Hcnvdy Co.; he ha> nothing to do with saltl company In any way, shape or maimer While Dr. Too WM the m* Ileal bend of the Flowery Kingdom Co. $10 of tho very worst forms of chronic r»A-ies wore treatod, AND NO ONB WAS EVER TURNED AWAY. Of those MO cases Dr. Koo with his magic herbs made positive abso lute enr** In Tl p*f cent of tho cases; in the balance of th* case* bfl nave grant relief. The aueoesa of the Flowery Kingdom Herb Remedy Co. was due solely to Dr. Koo's great ability, and now that Dr. Foo I* no longer with the company the public wilt do well to take no chances, but should come direct t* Dr. Tom Foo Yuen 903 S. Olive Street Womb Dr. Foo has hundreds of testimonials from women who know of his most wonderful abll -1 roubles tty and th* healing of his herbs. Dr. Foo Is tho only phystolen In ihe United states who ~ . can In every lust mice dln-.-nose the diseases c women n Ithout a bodily ex am in it Ion; ;he Ctireu complaint aitd ihe seat ot the disease Is told by the touch of the pulse alone. No poison laden drugs are used; ttie horrible fleam of tba knife Is never seen in Dr. Koo's parlors Kidney and Bladder (so called) complaints, Piles, Rheumatism. I'aralysls, Neuralgia, the worst cases. Chronic Constipation, Liver and Stomacb Complaint*, spinal diseases. Catarrh In all forms. Lung troubles. Night sweats Asthma and all other Broucblal troubles. Including Hemorrhage and Cancer, have hern treated by this wonderful man with the most satlnfai tory re ■nit*. IV takes but a few moments for hlui to describe your ailments, and he doe* It without questions. He tells the cause of your trouble In a* few words and as goo 1 English as Is nt his command. He ha* no time to hunt up of manufacture Oreok or I.atlu names fur your disease If your liver is affected he tells you so: if It be your lungs or any other of the Aye vital he diagnoses the case In words ihal all can understand Is not here to run counter to other physicians In a bombastic way. Hia T"V I A purpose Is humanitarian. His one wish I 9 10 h* of asals'-anee to his fellow. I I#* refill bPiB Xi- He is only too willing, when It is within his power, to help tbe WJ W • W afflicted. When he tells you that he can help you, you may depend upon It tnat he will. If he hiivr he cannot, he will not take your oat* at any price. A large majority of his cuaos up to now have been of enrouic aud of long Many of them have been given up as Incurable. Such was tho case of little C \ *iF*SI Hll m rth rpv (>f Ann St., Lo* An • "les. whom oUht of the best local phy viai ** ■ »*•■**■*▼■■■ vw ilclani had pronounced beyond tn* skill of all m edtoal science. Hhe was suffering from what was called a bono cancer. They removed a portion of the shin hone, and then stated that unless the entire limb was taken off the child could not live nouf*< Dr. Koo cured her, and she Is well and sound of body today. An aooontof this CM* *fa* published tn the Los Angeles Times of Sunday February 10, Ibvl, Tills and scores of Other t**tlmonlali have been published In the same paper ,from time 10 time, by those who have beeu benefitted by Dr. Koo's skill the originals ef which can be seen upon application. Dr. Tom Foo Yuen Begs to thank all his many friends and thegeneral public for the past favors,an 1 hop«s by strict *U lent ion to his art to still merit a continuance of the same, lie wish** to Inform the public that he has t<o bpocial representative drumming up trade for htm, and t bat he 1h not connected wltb the Flowery Kinfionm Herb Remedy C0.,0f 17 Baruuid Park, Los Angeles, for his co-partnership with B C. Piatt and that company has expired . Dr. Koo can be found only ut his new address. All wishing to con sult him are invited 10 call at his office or residence. NOTE — Address Imperial Herb Remedy Co., Dr. 7. Foo Yuen, Medical Director, 903 South Olive street, Southeast Corner Ninth and Olive; » William Maybury, Business Manager. Take Grand Avenue, Traction, Pico Heights or University Cars to Ninth Street. Examinations and Advice Free Office Hours: Monday P«• m - '° 7P- Tuesday 9 a. tn. to 7 p. m. Wednesday 9 a. nt. to 3:30 p. m. Thursday 9 a. m. to 8 p. m . Friday , 9a.m. to 3;30 p. m. Ever troubled with your Eyes? m ™ DOfllCSllG Ever tried n»T We harelfltted slaves to 11H11ll!SiIRfsS thousand* to their in'ire satisfaction. 1 UUUIIIUiI UUU Why not Rive us a trial? We will satisfy *f»«a»» L flriflrin you. Eyes tested free. LOWEST PKICEa. LiUllUuG S.O. MARSCHUTZ, Scientific Optician And all other machines $20 to $35 245 8. Spring atreet, opp. Stimson block. • Established here nine years. . .... „„. M m White Sewing Machine Office OT- Look for the Crown on the Window. I »i» S. Sprlnr St.