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INDEX OF LOCAL EVENTS
Chronicled on Pages 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
"Colonel" L. Tupper convicted of
a "minor offense."
A Los Angeles boy writes of his
journey to Clondyke.
A boy at Lankershim mistaken by
a hunter for a wildcat.
Pat Dolan, an old soldier with mon
ey, committed as a vagrant.
One Chinaman swears he saw an
other Chinaman murder a third.
Johnnie Bradbury to be again sued
by Miss Mizener, the typewriter.
List of teachers who will receive
certificates in the several grades.
Shooting affray at the Santa Anita
ranch; Joe Reed seriously injured.
The unsanitary condition of the
city hall; a serious menace to health.
G. Wuckerer, murderously assault
ed by Louis Vric, in danger of his life.
Robert Pompey's wooing. After
battering the father he runs off with
A. G. Waldy succumbs to the
charms of a ballet dancer and deserts
Foster held to answer for the ab
duction of the girl, Lee Mayne, at
The congregation of Immanuel
church loth to accept Dr. Chichester's
President McKinley to be invited
to Southern California by the chamber
The second day's exercises of the
Chautauqua assembly. Dr. Strong's
The Creede will filed yesterday af
ternoon; an interesting story about
the Colorado millionaire.
Another investigation into the
whippings at Whittier. Is corporal
punishment against the laws of the
EVENTS OF TODAY
Los Angeles—The Mayflower.
Chamber of commerce excursion to
Santa Monica—3 p. m.
Meeting of the Los Angeles Pres
bytery at Immanuel church—ll a. m.
TEMPERATURE—Report of observations
taken at Los Angeles. July 21st. The
barometer Is reduced io sea level.
5 a. m.
o p. m.
Maximum temperature, S3.
Minimum temperature, 61.
Indications lor Southern California: Fail-
Thursday; fresh westerly winds.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Orr & Hlnes, undertakers, removed to
647 South Broadway. Tel. Main 65.
Call Tel. Main 243 for ambulance.
Kregelo & Bresee, Sixth and Broadway.
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 South Spring street.
For fishing tackle ar.d ammunition go
to the Southern, California Arms com
pany, 113 West First street.
Watches cleaned, 75 cents; main
springs, 50 cents; crystals, 10 cenis.
Patton, 214 South Broadway.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Carrie A
Mulrein will take place from the family
residence, 940 Summit avenue, today at
2 p. m.
Adams Bros., dentists, 293</ 2 South
Spring street. Plates from $4. Painless
extracting, 50 cents. Filling a specialty
Hours, 8 to 5; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Boys' boarding school (military); an
ideal location in country, mile west cf
Westlake park. Send for catalogue or
call. Los Angeles Military Academy, P.
O. Box 193, city.
Fans. We offer our entire stock of
fans, consisting of hand-painted gauze,
satins, feathered and Japanese silk, al
one-third oft their regular prices.
Coulter Dry Goods company.
There will be another rehearsal of the
chorus for the coming musical festi
val at Blanehard's music hall tonight.
Every singer Is requested to be present
and bring their chorus tickets.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson
block, first floor, rooms 133, 134, 13
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women am'
children. Electricity scientifically used
Consultation hours, 1 to 5, Tel. 1227.
The plaster casts of celebrated models
from the art centers of Europe, now on
exhibition at H. Lichter.berger's art em
porium, 202 South Spring street, are at
tracting much attention. They will be
on exhibition in the show windows for
one week only.
Prof. Eckert, now at the Orpfijeum, has
used the "Crown" piano in every cjty
of note in the United States. In Canada
he could not get one—they'have not
caught up yet, "you know." Robinson,
at 301 South Broadway, sole agent for
the wonderful "Crown."
Shy a Quorum
The Southern California Medical asso-
elation was to have held its annual meet-
Ins yesterday at the chamber of com
merce, but as not enough members ma
terialized, to make a quorum, the meet
ing adjourned'subject to call.
ALASKA AND THE GOLD FIELDS
The Herald's premium atlas (given
away with a year's subscription to
the daily edition) contains a fine map
of Alaska and the Yukon country in
Northwest territory. Seekers after in
formation about the new gold fields
will find it a useful document to con-
sult. The atlas is furnished in sep
arate parts, and with a subscription
for three months the subscriber may
select any two of the parts he wishes.
Or, with a subscription to the Weekly
Herald (91) the subscriber is entitled
to one of the parts. He may take that
containing the map of Alaska if he
Supposed to Have Been
Harvey or Harney
A VERY ROMANTIC LETTER
CREEDE FOUND HIS BROTHER
MARRIED TO HIS FIANCEE
So He Changed His Name and Had
Never Spoken to Him Since.
What the Will Shows
Was William Harney or Harvey the
right name of the late N. C. Creede?
Several years ago a mam came to Pu
eblo, Colo., to see Mr. Creede, for the
purpose of borrowing a large sum (if
money. He did not get the money and
thereupon began to throw out insinua
tions regarding Mr. Creede's past life,
claiming that he was living under an
assumed name. People paid very little
attention to the man, the majority re
garding him as a crank. Creede took no
eti DJJ in the matter and it was soon for
Since hlB death, however, the matter
has been again, revived in Colorado, and
rt Deliver paper prints the- following
letter, signed with a fac-slmile of
Amethyst Mining Company, N. C. Creede, Vice President.
PUEBLO, Jan. 25, 1593.
Dear : I knew very well that you would he able to Identify me, but never
once supposed- that you would be able to recognize me by the picture In the paper.
Yes, I am your old-time friend Billy H.. or N. C. Creede, and don't care one straw
who knows It. although hereafter please direct your letters to N". C. Creede and never
mention my old name to anyone, please. 1 am .so very well known by the name ot
Creede it would therefore look bad forme to be known as of old. -glvems
away while out here last summer, lie came here with a view of getting a loan of
$2.1.000 and had no security to offer further than old ac'iunlntance. Of course I could
not let him have such a large amount without proper security. It made him hot. He
therefore told; everybody that my name was not Creede at all. but Harney. Very lew
of them believed' him but put him down as a crank.
My life has been one of romance and no doubt about that. Here Is why I changed
my name, to-wlt: In IS7O I went home with the intention of getting married. On
my arrival there I found my little beauty nursing my brother's child. "While I was
scouting in Wyoming he married my girl. She thought I would never return alive.
I have never spoken to him since, but he did not know that I was very fond of her ■
I believe. Since that time, IS7O, I have been known by no other name than that of
It will be remembered that Mr. I
Creede, In his will, made three bequests
to the Harvey boys, whose whereabouts'
are not known and who were supposed
to have been friends of Creede's In h!»
boyhood days. M. C. Harvey was given
$1500. Jerome Harvey $4000 and J. W.
Harvey $1. The last named Is well off,
Creede recites In. his will, but he men
tioned his name just to show that he hod
not forgotten him.
At the time of Mr. Creede's' death It
was mentioned that he had three broth-
crs: Jerome L. Creede, an attorney, liv
ing at- Manitou. Colo.; J. W. Creede, at
Leon, lowa, and McConnell Creede, liv
ing at Forney, Texas.
It will be observed that In each case
the names agree, except that Harvey Is
used in the will instead of Creede. There
is nothing whatever to reflect upon the
dead man in the story, but it adds a
shade of somber .romance to his life.
From the fact that, as he says In his
letter, Creede had not spoken to his)
brother since he returned home to get
married and found the girl he loved
married to him, it is probable that the
one who is cut off with $1 In the will is
the one who figures in the romance.
, THE CREEDE WILL
The Document Filed Late Yesterday
by Attorney Jones
The last will and testament of Nicholas
C. Creede, the millionaire mining mar.,
whose sudden decease and complicated
marital relations have recently been ex
ploited, was hied late yesterday after
The will was filed by John T. Jones,
the attorney for the estate, and
will come up for probate in the ordinary
way. The terms and stipulations of the
document have already been published,
and the next new move on the part of
the law firm of Finlayson & Finlayson,
representing the interests of the widow,
mhy be expected to be the notice of con
test. ■ .
A PRESIDENTIAL VISITOR
Mr. McKinley to 3e Invited Here by
the Chamber of Commerce
Tb; board of directors of the cham
ber of commerce met yesterday after
noon at 3:15 p. m., with the following
present: Directors Duque, Forman,
Groff, Hooker, Johnson, Klokke,
Mathuss, McKinley, Newberry. Patter
son, Story, Vetter, "Waters. President
Forman, occupied the chair. The follow
ing were elected to membership: J. M.
Glass, chief of police; L. W. Morgan,
A communication, was read from W.
E. Smythe of New York city, stating
that he is about to issue a"book on arid
lands, and wished a set of views to illus
trate how the lands could be reclaimed
by irrigation. The secretary was in
structed, to forward him what he de
A communication from C. E. Burton,
teacher in the Soboba day school, San
Jacinto, was read, asking the.chamber
to use its influence toward getting the
Indian institute- to boldyits next meet
ing in the city in 189S, claiming it will
bring together several hundred teachers
and Indian employes for one week. The
institute this, year is to be held in Port
land, August 2d. The secretary was In
structed, to draft an invitation and.send
it to Mr. Burton.
The matter of inviting President Mc-
Kinley to come to this coast this season
was taken up, and upon motion of Direc
tor Patterson the president was in
structed, to send a cordial Invitation, in
behalf of the chamber. The board then,
on motion, adjourned.
Two hundred and fifty tickets over the
Pasadena and. Pacific line were issued up
to closing the hall last night, and it is
expected that about 300 will visit Santa
Monica today. Parties that have not
supplied themselves with tickets-, and
that intend; to go, must get them-before
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1897
I noon today. Cars leave the Fourth
stTeet entrance at 3 oclock, and every ten
minutes thereafter until all are accom
modated. Dinner will be served at Eck
ert's at 0:30.
DR. CHICHESTER'S RESIGNATION
Congregation of Immanuel Church
Loth to Lose Him
A large congregation assembled In
Immanuel church yesterday to take ac
tion In the matter of Dr. Chichester's
proposed departure. The whole flock,
with the exception of a few to whom Mr.
Chichester had spoken individually and
given his reasons for wishing to make
the proposed change, asking at the sam?
time that they respect his wishes in the
.matter, refused to accept his resigna
tion, refused to be comforted, reYused to
do anything but appoint a committee of
three to go before the presbytery today
and present the claims of Immanuel
This committee, composed of John
Shirley Ward. Mr. Parsons and Dr. Coal,
will go to the meeting of the presbytery
which has been especially called for that
purpose this morning at 11 oclock and
will urge the presbytery to refuse to ac
cept Dr. Chichester's resignation. If
such action be taken Dr. Chichester will
continue to reside in Los Angeles and
direct the .spiritual welfare of Immanuel
church, because, in the uncouth but ex
pressive language of the streets, what
the presbytery says goes.
WUCKERER NO BETTER
A Warrant Issued for Gas-Pipe Wield-
The condition of Gustav Wuckerer,
who was struck over the head with a
piece of gas pipe by Louis Vric last
day, is unchanged and the gravest feat"?
are entertained for his recovery.
The affray occurred at an oil well on
Sixth street beyond Westlake park.
Vric had leased a piece of property from
W. S. Schroeder for oil boring purposes.
He thought that certain conditions of the
contract were not being carried out and
sent his son, in company with Wurk
erer to see Vric about the matter. Dur
ing the conversation which followed the
two men became angry and' Yric picked
up a piece of gas pipe and swinging It
around struck Wuckerer a blow over
the head with it.
A complaint was, sworn out yesterday
charging Vric with assault to kill. Hi
disappeared Monday night and has not
since been heard from.
East Side News
Miss Mary Turner has returned from
Long Beach, where she has been for sev
The Eureka Rebekah lodge held their
regular s.-ssion last evening, at which
Mrs. Tuppen, the district deputy, in
stalled the following officers: Mrs. Bell
Har.ns, N. G.; Mrs. Rebecca Lawrence.
V. G.; Mrs. Margaret Rider, R. S.; MifflS
Blanch Heath, F. S.; Mrs. Clara Gray,
treasurer; Mrs. H. V. Van Dusen, chap
lain; Mr. McGough, outside guard; Mis.
Ruby Sinclair, inside guard.
Burt Storer, who has been attending
school at Spokane, Wash., for the past
year, has returned to the East Side.
Miss Nellie Kennedy of 705 Pasadena
avenue entertained a number of her
friends Tuesday evening. Cards and
dancing were indulged, in until a late
hour, when light refresiiments were
Mr. Polndexter of the West Side Is
having an elegant residence erected
across the- arroyo near Pasadena av
Ed Tinker, who has been In. the gold
fields of Alaska for several months. Is
expected home soon to spend the winter
with his parents on Lecouvreur street.
Fred W. Carlisle Is at home after an
absence of several months in Rands
burg, where he was seriously ill for some
Mrs. F. M. MeDaniel and little son are
at Redondo, the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
J. T. Holllngsworth.
Mrs. M. B. Hall and granddaughter",
the Misses Mamie and Vivian Andrews,
leave today for San Francisco, which
they expect to make their future home.
Rev. Charles Pierce and wife of Mas
sachusetts, in company with hisparenr?
and several brothers and their wivee,
spent yesterday at San Gabriel.
Dr. Charles Gore, a publisher of Ma
sonic literature, is registered at the Hol
A. W. Ballard of the General Electric
company of San Francisco is a guest at
M. C. Helwig of San Francisco, who is
In the service of the Vanderbilt railroad,
Is at the Hollenbeck.
Fred Ritert and James Carr, both min
ing men recently returned from Mexico,
are quartered at the Hollenbeck.
R. I. Rogers, assistant cashier of the
National Bank of California, left today
for a two weeks' vacation at mountain
and seaside resorts.
J. B. Warner, a boiler inspector In
the government employ, has come down
from San Francisco, arriving yesterday,
and is at the Hollenbeck.
Miss Mary Moffitt of Pittsburg, Pa.,
and Miss Rachel Martin of Etna, Pa.,
are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Appel of Burbank.
John S. Welch, a merchant of Hawley,
la., accompanied b.y his wife and sister,
will remain several weeks as-the guests
of Rev. W. W. Welsh at 1400 West
B. Thomas, formerly of Bangor, Wis.,
is visiting Lcs Angeles on his- way east
from the Christian Endeavor convention
In San Francisco. He Is stopping with
old friends on Hemlock street.
Latest style of wan paper ar. A. A. Eck*
Strom's, 324 South Spring street.
AT THE THEATERS
I.OS ANGELES THEATER.—What
ever complaint? the management may
hare been Justified in making at the in
difference shown by the public to good
performances for several weeks' past,
there was a complete revolution in the
atrical patronage last night. Theater
goers had awoke from their sleep or re
turned from the seaside; at any rate,
they filled the house, ar.d it is a remark
able fact that the gallery was alst.
crowded. "The Prisoner ot Zenda"
been played here before, and almost
with the same cast, the most important
difference on this-ocraslon being the sub
stitution of Mary Mannerlng for Isabe.
Irving in the leading part of Princes;;
Flavla—an alteration that is vastly to
the benefit of the representation.
James K. Hackett plays the dual rol,
if Rossendyll and the kins!, Ru
dnlf. with all his old fire,' efl
tigy and humor. The latter dual
ity shines particularly In the coro
nation scene, in which also the fine mil
itary figure of the actor wasi admirably
shown off and would have been improved
If he had put on his gorgeous helmet at
one point of the scene, as he did before.
Mr. Hackett is an actor not onlyof great
promise, but of very considerable per
formance even now. He displays a
range of talent in the course of this play
that is unusual and far beyond the pow
ers of the ordinary leading man whose
experience 1# mostly confined to society
plays. In th= prologue he has a delight
ful and appropriate German accent
just sufficiently marked to be true and
pleasing. In the play he Is-nonchalant,
and even llippant at times, remember
ing, however, the royal part he has to
Play, checking himself in time to pre
vent* being betrayed. The passion h'
•feels for the princess and the cruel posi
tion of the real king awaken in him deep
er feelings, and It' Is In 'the display of
these emotions that the actor excels.'
Beyond this', however, he develops a re
mm kal.le power in the dungeon s>cene
in which he Is for the time the real king.
Here the situation is? so painful that It
evokes the deepest sympathy, and It is
rendered tense indeed by the actor's
Strong handling of the various moods-.
of the unhappy prisoner/reduced almosu
to idiocy by the tortures of his impris
nnment, the mental and bodily anguish
caused by the-acts of his cruel Jailers.
Mr. Hackett does not appear to have
been accorded the credit Jie deserves for
a singularly pat'hetlc Interpretation oi
this setne, his acting in It proving his
ability to compass a wide range In the
gamut of human emotion.
The play also went better in the third
act, where Flavla is l called upon for a.
strong display of feeling. Here Miss
Mannerlng rose to the occasion and
made of the opportunities afforded near
ly all that eoiild be desired. She-is very
happy In portraying the tender depths
of the passion of love—the only line in
which she seemed to miss, to some ex
tent, the significance, being the one she
utters in the betrothal, where Rudolf
places the ring upon b?r finger, and nhe
says "Whatever else I wear, this will I
wear until I die—and after!" a Tenny
s'onian line, the fine meaning of which
is concentrated in its last two words.
In the trying denouement the fair
young actress was as consistent as the
strained conclusion allowed her to be.
and she moved through the play, from
her first entrance, with a . grace and
dignity that were highly becoming to
the character. She l*s both sympathetic
and intelligent, In addition to being,
blessed with an endowment of good
looks, and easily won the plaudits of
the admiring audience. Her costumes
are marvelously pretty and effective,
and she changes them at every oppor
tunity. It is rather puzzling, however,
to know how she manages- to change be
tween b?r visit at Tarlenheim castle in
the evening and her appearance at
Zenda a few hours later; not to mention
that the change was very elaborate,
involving the arrival of the princess at a
iate hour in the night clad in a sort of
ball costume, a white accordeon plaited
.-kirt with sky blue trimmings and- an
ample gorgeous silken wrap of the same
sky blue hue. ( The description may not
be technically correct, but it is near
Tb: other parts in the cast were ade
quately sustained. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wolcot were excellent, as usual, the
former in his Bismarokian make-up and
the latter in a toilette that was resplend
ent. Edward Morgan, as the Black Duke,
played a thankless' part well, and Maude
Odell, with an equally thankless role,
acquitted, herself admirably.
The audience had the curtain rung up
Fix times at the end of the third act, and
then called Mr. Hackett before the cur
tain for a speeohi—Los .Angeles' audi
t-nee? always want speeches. Boor Mr.
Hackett was not prepared, but his rather
bungling attempt was applauded be
cause he evidently meant what little he
said. An audience has no right to ex
pect or to demand speeches from actors,
and if the actors make them badly it is
not a fault to be laid up against them.
+ -♦- ♦
Tonight this excellent company will
present "The Mayflower," an idyllic love
story by Louis N.- Parker. The piece
contains no historical characters, and
thta scenes are laid in Plymouth,. Eng
land, Plymouth, New England, and'Neyv
Amsterdam. 'With the fine mountings
that the Lyceum company carries for all
its productions, there is no doubt of a
brilliant performance. . - •
Midsummer Karnival de Kommerce
The three prizes to be*given at the
"Karnival de Kommerce" are now on
display iii Mullen & Bluett's* i?(how win
dOW. First prize is a lady's bicycle, the
"Anita;" second prize, lady's gold
watch; third prize beautiful ostrich
feather fan. These prizes will be award
ed the young ladies making the best rep
resentations iii. the "Karnival de Kom
merce." The decision will be made by a
vote of the audience, by ballot, uaing
the reserved: seat coupons only for vot
ing. First prize will be awarded by
greatest number of votes; second prize
next greatest number of votes; .third
prize, third -greatest number of votes.
Eighty young ladles are rehearsing
dally and working Jiard to make their
displays interesting and attractive, so
as to win votes. The merchants are be
ginning to realize that the "Karnival"
is to be of considerable importance as a
city enterprise and a notable society
event. Reserved saats at popular prices
will be op sale at the Los Angeles thea
ter box office Friday and: Saturday.
The fantastic oddity of this perform
ance and the fact that 100 Arms are in
terested and 100 young ladles taking
part for the benefit of the Stanton post
• ' ' > ,;-ev*:; 4 v
C. E Tourists
Do not fail to see
Before you return home.
Special ML Rates
And $3.00 per day at the largest
and best hotel on earth.
For only f2.50 per day, by the week
Wiil buy of us
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W. R. C, lead one to expect there will
be crowded houses both nights, Tuesday
and Wednesday, the 27th and 28th inst ,
at the Los Angeles theater.
Chinese Murder Case
The examination of Fong Dip Sam for
the murder of Leung Seung was pro
ceeded with in Justice Owens' court yes
terday afternoon, although the case was
not finished. The principal witness
called was Ah Chung, who swore posi
tively that he had seen Fong shoot Se
ung. He said that he was on North Los
Angeles street the night on which the
murder occurred and saw Seung walk
ing along the sidewalk, Ng Look and
Fong creeping stealthily behind him.
When they neared Marehessault street
Ng Look raised his revolver and tired
and Fong followed hie example. Both
men then disappeared in the darkness
and Ah Chung went about his business.
The case will go on .today.
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Western Union telegraph office for W.
L. Klllebrew (2), T. Kusin, Mrs. M. S.
Edwards, Mrs. John Hamilton, William
Sprouls, Douglass B. Bugg, Mrs. E. A.
Firstly, a pleasant four-room place,
barn, nice location, near car line. Sec
ondly, raise chickens, cows, kids, all
kinds of cattle and cam. Thirdly, pay
for it monthly $10, with interest at rive
per cent. Fourthly, get a home and quit
rent. Hard times, poor, rolling stone
and you can't make a tin whistle out of
a pig's fly brusher. Langworthy Co.,
226 S. Spring.
Wall paper, late styles, low prices, a-
A. A. Eckstrom's. 324 South Soring stretsi
Drink Glen Rock water. Address F. L.
Smith, 21« South Spring street; Tel. £8. I
/»„. 7Ti__C M. WOOD, LtMH.
Jingo (as U neater H _ C- WYATT. MintfU
7)aniel tfrohman's jCt/CQUm Stock Co. Theaterl'New'Yock
headed J ames Jf Jffackett and 77fary Jtfannering
Preseuting the Latest Lyceum Theater Successes
?>on<ght . Uhe 7?fayflower.
Friday Niglu JFfr s f Sentioman of" Curope J ZEWPA
Beats now on sale, Prices 11,60. tl.oo. 75c, 50c, 25c Telephone Mala W
je-*y n LoB Angeles' Society Vaudeville Theater.
tonight - - Uontyht
"f CA RON & HERBERT. Greatest Comedr Acrobats
in the World; KcHERT & BERG, Operatic stars; FREY ■& FIELD 9. Refined Sketch Artlitj;
CHAB. WHYTE, Tlie Great Australian Basso; ALEX HEINDL, CANFIELD & CARLETOK.
ANDY A I'LOUA MeK EE. Prices never changing—Evening Reserved Seats. 25candMc;
Gallery, 10c. Regular matinees Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Telephone Main 1447
Panta Catalina Sstand
Zfhree and One-half Jfours J'rom -Cos jfnyetes
S«p famous Tftarine 52and BFii^
BY THE T Every Evening
THREE BOATS SATURDAY, JULY 24TH, TO THE
Srand Spectacular Stlumination of jfvalon Ray
Round trip excursion Sunday. Dally service from San Pedro.
see southern Pacific and Terminal Railway time tables for steamer connections.
Native Sons' Celebration, Avalon, September 9th, 1897.
Regular round-trip tickets from -Cos jingelee - - £2.75
Excursion tickets - -- -- -- -- - 2. SO
BANNING COMPANY, 222 South Spring Street
ganta Jo Route Announcements
Jfite Shape Urac/c Excursion, roLY24th,n ' t,n AUGrOT7th
Tickets good two days. Round trip $2.75. Train leaves7;lsa.m., returning
0:00 p.m. Two lioura stop at Redlands and Riverside.
San 'Diego and Coronado Cxcursion eth ancF'nh "Sound ZTrip 53. 00
Celebrated Tth fflogiment ffiand
SATURDAY AND <Z> J J A. DURING
Sunday at Ureaonao JJoacA THE BEASOH
Redondo Leave Downey avenue *3:23, «9:53 a. m.
<7> , Leave La Grande Station 18:37, *9:45, ill:03 a. m.; *1:00, »j:40,16:15 p. m.
Mcacn Leave Central avenue ts:4». *9:58,111:15 a. m.; *3:53, t«:» p. B.
7- . * Daily. 1 Saturday and Sunday only.
sun'da\' AY Rnll -Cast ZTrain leaves the beach returning at Sp. m.
ostrich &arm — South Rasadena .....
Barmy floy Will ftide Vh ese
'Untamed Ships of the IDesert
The mnst curious sight in the Ftate. All styles of Tips, Capes and Boas at producer's prices.
'terminal It. R. and Pasadena electric cars stop at gates.
"7Jhe jCos jZngeles Zterminal Railway —
. , 1 . ZThe Catalina Rant*
The only road burning oil exclusively ... jjfc Smoke, tfo Cinders, tfo 'Dust
. . , QUICKEST TIME—CLOSEST CONNECTIONS . . .
Six Trains Daily to Long Beach, Terminal Island and San Pedro.
/O . . P • i Leaves First Street at 6:45 p.m, daily for Long Beech
nailtai/QUa O OeCiat J. nrt Tcrm ln«l Island, returning after Chautauqua
C j O/ 7T • >77 For R n excellent fish dinner, and a dip In the ocean
-0 to iSc Ucrmina/ Oavem i >v , i,., ln r light, round trip tickets 50 cents.
Qfienna Ruffet m AND m COURT
v PAUL KERKOW, Proprietor
Free, Refined Entertainments. Classical Music Every Evening. Austrlan-Hungarle*
Kitchen find Fine Cuisine All Day.
f !rf T .Wheels. X. ®. Winston
07 Thistle Bicycp f4o ; _
All Kinds iPiotofoo! ... For Rent.. II 584 south Broadway
FOO & WING HERB CO.
929 South Broadway.
!>r. I.i Wing, son ol liir^T^l^^^^o^l^x
thc late Dr. Li Po Tal official physician to
of SsnFraneiMO* | the Kmperor of China
Trrats successfully all female diseases. Including
lihrold tumors, suppressed and painful menstrua
tion, lrom any cuuse. KLtiCTIUCAL TItEAT
MKNT A WI'KCIALTY. Twenty-live yoars'ex
perlence. 315 Currier Block, Ji: W. Third st., bet
fepriuu and Kioudway.
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1 Wb tend *ho mnrTeltniß French
J /\£ y, 29 Remedy CALTHOS fw, and n
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V 6 }* Addrosi, YON MOHL CO..
Bo '° -IlirllW Agent*, Cincinnati, Ohio.
B£ Your Choice
WILL YOU BE
Wise . or - Foolish?
Weak - or - Vigorous?
Puny - - or . Powerful?
Manly . or . - Bashful?
Nervy - - or - Nervous?
Now, it has to be one thing or the other
with you, and no one is to be blanied if
you choose foolishly. Poor mortal that
you are. why do you keep on and on in your
folly? That lassitude, that shaking—which
sometimes almost amounts to paralysis;
those fears of death; that bashful and
weak-kneed way that you have of getting
around, and that Knowledge that you have
that you get no joy out of life that is worth
speaking about—all these things are signs
that you are suffering from that danger
ous disease. Nervous Prostration. Get rid
of it! Yes. get rid of it and start in at once.
There's life and strength and manhood and
virility and vigor ahead for you if you
- MODYRN ■
The marvelous remedio-treatment that Is
used at the Hudson Medical Institute, the
great white building at the corner of Ellis,
Market and Stockton streets, San Fran-
Cisco, Cal., has saved thousands upon thou
sands from all the horrors that you are af
flicted with, and' your case Is by no means
too far gone. Go there or write and ask
for circulars and testimonials about this
grand remedy. Why, in thirty days you
won't know yourself, and no matter wheth
er you have got kidney, liver or bladder
trouble; whether you have had a bad case
of blood poisoning and have a face and a
body covered with bad pimples and blotch
es, or whether you are run down and unable
to perform the big functions of nature—lt
will be all the same to those wonderful
physicians. You ask what they will do for
you! They will cure you and make a whole
■MB of you.
DIRECTORY OK CALIFORNIA HO
GRAND HOTEL—S. F. THORN. Manager.
Cor. Market and Montgomery eta..
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r > r ' European Plaaw
HOTEL GREEN—J. H. Holmes, manager,
HOTEL METROPOLE—On Catalina bl
HOTEL ARCADIA—Santa Monica, a
HOTEL HOLLENBECK—Spring and Sec
ond streets, Los Angeles.
HOTEL RAMONA—Spring and Third
streets, Los Angeles.
ABBOTSFORD INN—Corner Eighth and
Hope streets, Los Angeles.
HOTEL PORTLAND—444 South Spring
street, Los Angeles.
HOTEL BRUNSWICK—Santa Ana; Amer
ican and European plan.
HOTEL HOLYROOD —Rlveraide, Cal.—B.
THE ROWELL—Main and Ninth streets,
Riverside; E. J. Davis, proprietor.
HOTEL CARLTON—I3 to Zl East Cole
rado street, Pasadena.
HOTEL AVALON—AVALON, Santa Cata
HOTEL BREWSTER—J. B. O'Brien, pro
prietor; Fourth and C sts., San Diego.
HOTEL BELLEVUE TERRACE—Cor
ner Sixth and Pearl sts.; F. A. Urban;
Cure all Chronic, Nervous and Special
Diseases of both Men and Women. Our
Specialists have attained the highest de
gree of proficiency by twenty years of
successful treatment of those diseases
which have baffied the skill of the medical
profession, and we treat the worst cases
with absolute certainty of success.
South Main Street,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Captain Jack Williams,
The Scientific Swimmer
of the Woild,
Is secured by the BANNING CO. to teach every
body to swim. Old and young pee pie. can la a
very few lessons be made TirnflnlriiiPleiiHmsM
I Avalon, Catalina Island. ™