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Turned Into a Nightmare
by Cruelty
«Lou" Turner Arraigned—Chapman's
Well a Disappointment —Train-
jumping Artist —Court Notes
The case of Mary Majors vs. Harry
Majors was tried in Judge Allen's court
yesterday. Young Majors and hissweet
heart, Mary Gray, In 1594, when they
were 17 and 14 years old, respectively,
went to their parents with a fairy story
of having been married at sea off Santa
Monica. The Majors and Gray families
held a hurried consultation and decided
to make the best of matters. Rev. A. C.
Smlther of the First Christian church,
was called in, after the securing of v
marriage license, and. the two young
persons were made one. According to
the story of the child-wife, Majors had
never fullysupported her, ar.d' within a
few weeks after the marriage, began to
treat her cruelly and heap unusual in
sults upon her.
He began by insisting that there
should be no children as the fruit of the
marriage. In spite of this, however, the
young wife was compelled to inform him
that she would before long become a
mother. The defendant was 1 so angered
by this that he kicked the plaintiff in the
back, saying, at the same time, "I guess
that will settle the matter."
After the birth of the first child, Ma
jors continued his violence to his wife,
and even went so far as to compel her
by intimidation, to take some private
mecilcines. The medicine not having the
desired effect, Majors, attempted, with
out success, to compel her to visit and
Submit to treatment by a notorious male
practitioner, on Spring street at thai
time. The second child was born a few
months later.
As, after the birth of this child, mat
ters had got to such a pass that thewife
was in constant fear of violence on her
husband's part, a suit for divorce was
Instituted by Attorney Calvert Wilson
of Los Angeles. Tanner & Taft of Santa
Monica answered as attorneys for Ma
jors, but did not deny the charges of
cruelty. They sought only to avoid pay
ing costs and. attorneys' fees in the suit.
On the suggestionof Mr. Tanner that his
client was not of age, the attorney was
appointed his guarcjian ad litem.
It developed from the testimony of
the wife's mother yesterday that the
affidavit upon which the license for Ma
jors and his sweetheart were married
•tated their ages to be IS and 15 years,
respectively, but that they were really
Just under those ages, which made it
impossible for them legally to enter into
marriage. The mother said the affldavii
was made at the suggestion of "Lawyer
Jordan," who said no one would, ever
question its correctness. As soon as the
license was secured, the mothers of the
young persons huntedtup Rev. Smither,
who performed the ceremony without
The two children born to Mrs. Majors
were in court, spectators of the grief of
their mother at the cruelty of their
father. Mrs. Majors is a childishly
handsome young woman, and the chil
dren quite pretty and apparently well
cared for.
Judge Allen listened, with occasloml
evidences of annoyance, to the schemeof
circumlocution by which the marriage of
the children was brought about, ar.d
concluded, the hearing with some com
ments 1 on the matter.
"If the court had the power," said
Judge Allen, "it would make an order
against this man who undertook to mar
ry children of that age, and these wom
en who seem to have brought it about
by some sort of female conspiracy. I
don't know what to say about this thing.
It Is one of these outrages that seem to
be perpetrated under the guise of our
marriage laws, where a girl under »he
age of consent, and a boy under the ag3
of consent, who are lying around in a
lascivious manner together, and. the
parents conclude to legalize that by hav
ing them go through the forms of a mar
riage ceremony. To do that perjury Is
committed and a certificate is issued,
and then they find some minister with a
very limited idea of the proprieties of
life who has united in the sacred bonds
of matrimony these two children under
circumstances. What is the re
sult? Here are two innocent, inoffens
ive children brought Into existence by
virtue of thisscandalousprocedureupon
the part of the parents and that preach
er. And then thiseourt isasked. to make
some order tending to correct the evil
that has been done.
"I guess probably the better solution
of the matter is simply this: This mar
riage ought never to have taken place.
It was an outrage and it is an outrage
that it exists, ar.d I guess no violence will
be 6jne to the public—for it is the public,
after all, that is largely concerned in
these matters—to grant a decree to these
children. The question about the sup
port of these little children, the product
of this marriage, is a difficult thing."
The court then ordered that the de
fendant, who is now in Kern county and
did not appear at the trial, should pay
his wife $10 on the Ist of each month as
alimony. She was granted the custody
of the two children", till further order of
the court, but was not allowed to resume
her maiden name.
Constables So Hot After Him He Can't
Get Out o* the County
R. J. Wilson is locked up in the county
Jail, where he will serve a ten-day term
for vagrancy. Wilson would like to
have some one tell him where there is an
underground passage in Los Al geles
county that will help him in getting into
some adjoining county and keep the
suburban constables off his trail, for a
short while at least. He has been ar
rested In every little town in this* county
to which a wagon road runs from Los
Angeles. Every time he is released
from the county jail some constable
pops up along the side of the road which
he takes out of the city, for the sake of
the $2 fee In it, and Wilson Is back In thf
i county jail almost before the, en try of his
discharge is dry. If there is any one
who would be willing to lend Wilson a
suit of clothes and an electric diamond
to deceive the hungry constables with
, he will be pleased- to meet them any time
■ In the next ten days. As the matter
stands now it would pay the county to
buy Wilson a ticket to same other
Chapman Compelled to Pay for His
Unsuccessful Oil Hunt
Judge Ballard of Sarjta Ara, who
has been holding court for Judge Shaw,
during the latter's absence on his vaca
tion, heard the case of J. W. Brookins
and H. S. Akinsvs. L. S. Chapman yes
terday. The plaintiffs bo<redi a well for
the defendant, under a contract for $750,
but instead of oil being struck the well
furnished only water. This was a great
disappointment to the defendant, and
he refused to pay for the work of boring,
on several grounds, chief of which was
the alleged carelesn-ess of the plaintiffs
In not properly casing the well. As there
was no evidence that the casing of the
well would have hadi any 'effect upon the
flow of oil, if there had been any, and as
the well was bored only for oil, the court
gave Judgment ln the amount asked for,
Hew Suits Filed
The following new suits were filed in
the county clerk's office yesterday:
Nellie M. Chapel et al. vs. the City of
Los Angeles—Suit to quiet title to dif
ferent parcels of land owned by the in
dividual plaintiffs in Goldsworthy's
Ninth-street tract.
Matter of the estate and guardianship
of Winston Eugene Gould, Theodore
Gould and Dorothy Marguerite Gould-
Petition by their mother. May I. Gould
to be appointed their guardian for the
proper care of the children's interest ir,
a policy of life Insurance of Euger."
H. Gould, their deceased father.
'Ihe Methodist Episcopal church of
I Compton vs. G. D. Compton et al.—Suit
to obtain, possession and quiet title of
the church property now held In trust
by the defendants.
Matter of the estate of Dionicia F. de
Carillo, deceased —Petition _pf Jose
Carillo for letters of administration.
New Grand Jury Drawn
In. Judge Smith's court yesterday the
new grand jury was drawn, returnable
Nov. Ist. as follows: F. P. Boynton, F.
W. Partridge. John Kenelie, Harrison
Fuller, Russell Kincaid, N. B. Black
stone, H. Jevne, G. H. Pike, George
Irvine, J. R. Boal, G. H. Frost. C. M.
Davis, W. L. Graves. W. J. Washburn,
J. E. Courtney, Elon Hart. Milton
Frazier, F. O. Cass, S. N. Lan,don, C. J.
Ball, O. A. Stassworth, Charle? Frager.
E. M. Kellar. Robinson Cahill, David
Bayliss, H. M. Russell, D. R. Brierly, G.
W. Stimson, J. W. Hinton, John D.
One-legged Train Jumper
John Smith. last of Glendora. was
locked up in the county jail yesterday
for stealing a ride on a- Southern Pacific
freight train. Smith is an ordinary
brake-beam tourist, on to all the tricks
of blind-baggage and other free modes
of locomotion, and though having but
one leg is an. enthusiastic and artistic
train jumper. He resisted arrest by
a constable with a threat that he would
jput a ventilating aperture in him with
his left leg, which Is of wood and sharp
jon the end.
"Lou Turner" Arraigned
Lou Turner, the crippled half-breed
Mexican, who jumped from a train and
escaped while being brought to Lop An
geles from Whittier on, April 26th last, i
by Constable Woollomes. and who was
rearrested on the 11th inst., pleaded
not guilty to charges of assault to mur
der and assault with a deadly weapon
upon Frank Paytor, in Judge Smith.*
court yesterday. Nov. 22d was set for
trial. Turner's alleged crime consisted
of an attack with a kr.ife upon Payton.
Four Men and Some Tobacco
Harry Lewis and Jack Smith were
lodged in the county jail yesterday by
Constable Dowler of Lancaster on a
warrant charging them with the theft
of a caddy of tobacco, which was on the
Southern Pacific platform awaiting de
livery to a Lancaster merchant. Two
other men, who ran away with the to
bacco after the theft, could not be found,
but Dowler expects to have them inside
of the jail within a short time.
Court Notes
Judge Smith granted a decree of di
vorce yesterday to Jennie Adamsof.
from R. Adamsnn (both colored), on the I
| ground of cruelty.
The supreme court adjourned at noon
yesterday for the October term, and will
reconvene next at Sacramento on Nov.
Bth. Justices Harrison.. Garoutte, Van
Fleet and Temple left for San Francisco
last evening.
In Judge Allen's court judgment waa
rendered in the case of Georgf Brown,
guardian of the estate of George B.
Maldonado, a minor, vs. Mary H. Fin
ney, for the foreclosure of a mortgage on
three lots in the Falrview tract on a note
for $3750 and for $100 attorneys' fees.
Judgment was rendered by Judge
Clark yesterday in the case of Nora
O'Laverty vs. Thomas Savage. John
Gorman and Ramish & Marsh for $400:
principal, $21 interest and $40 attorneys' '
fee on a promissory note executed by-
Savage and endorsed by th? other de
In Judge Smith's court Albert Lewif
who, with Ralph Lowell, took a guitar
and a revolver from the room of M. T
Williams in the Express building on the
Bth inst.. pleaded guilty to a charge of
burglary ln the second degree and wasj
sentenced to a term of two years in the I
state prison at Folsom. Lowell will ha j
arraigned on a charge of burglary next
Cases to Be Called In the Departments
Nothing set.
036) In re habeas corpus Guadalupe
N. P. (227) Charles E. Breed; probate of
(28,573) Klokke*Vs. Escalller.
N. P. (2246) Sebastian Stuckle; probate of
N. P. (2243) William P. Barber; probata
of will.
N. P. (2244) Julia A. Bell; probate of will
N. P. (1167) Edith J. Seymour; final ac
count and distribution.
N. P. (2218) Henry Elsfeller; letters with
will annexed.
(27,077) Treconiz vs. Hellman.
(29.2310 Thurman vs. Thurman
(28,730) Hayes vb. Plummer et al.
(28.866) Rogers vs. Ytuelde.
(20.702) Slaney vs. Mueller.
Clark vs. Harkness, trial; 9 a. m.
Blackle vs. Osbourne, trial; 1:30 p. m.
Skinner vs. Cantley, argument; 4 p. m.
Reyes vs. Miller, demurrer, 10:30 p. m.
L. A. Windmill company vs. Parker et
tl., demurrer; 11 a. m.
To Be Called Tomorrow
Nothing set.
I N. P. (1788) Jaret-Slmpson; petition to sell
real estate.
N. P. (2248) Emma M. Vanderlip; probate
» of will.
(11,667) H. C. Lincoln; final account.
(9586) Hiram Francis; final account.
N. P. (65) Michel Wagner; final account
and distribution.
(15.439) Bridget C. Kennedy; confirma
tion of sale of real estate.
O. P. (201) Jean Louis Vignes; letters with
will annexed.
N. P. (626) Camilla W. Lanford; final ac
count and distribution.
N. P. (2163) Moses C. Dunkelburg; letters
with will annexed.
N. P. (1638) R. A. C. Wilson: petition to
set apart whole estate to widow.
N. P. (2224) Isaac C. Williams; probate of
N. P. (1197) Louise Madeline Stout; mat
ter of estate and guardianship; second
annual account.
(26.764) Brown vs. Mill.
(28.675) Woollacott vs. Hoppe.
(28.529) Bush vs. Way.
(25.006) Morlux vs. McLain.
(28.740) Henry vs. Gerdts.
Gibson vs. Tobin, supplemental proceed
ings; 4:30 p. m.
Smith vs. Sadkes: 4:30 p. m.
Dorsey vs. Beatus; 4:30 p. m.
Cleburn vs. Decker; 4:30 p. m.
Howard vs. Whiting, trial; 1:30 p. m.
Adcock vs. Cowell, trial; 2:30 p. m.
Hersey vs. Shlbley, demurrer; 9:30 a. m.
Husbands and Wives Cannot Receive
Each Others Letters
The postofflce department, has issued
a recent order prohibiting the delivery
of registered mail without a written or
der from the person addressed. By this
order a wife cannot receive matter ad
dressed to her husband, nor a husband
to a wife. The order is as follows:
The attention of postmasters Is here
by called to the rule laid down in sec
tion 1113 of the postal regulations, that
registered matter must in r.« case be
delivered to anyone but the person ad
dressed, or upon his or her written or
der, which must be verified andi filed In
the postofflce as a voucher. No matter
what the relationship of a person apply
ing for a registered letter may be to the
addressee, this rule must be adhered 10.
The sender of registered matter has
the right to restrict its delivery" to the
addressee in person, by an endorsement
to that effect upon the envelope or wrap
per; and in that case delivery must be
made to no other person, not even upon
the addressee's order. Section 1051 of
the regulations holds postmasters ac
countable for registered mail coming
into their offices; their own interests,
therefore, besides those of the sender
and addressees, of ths, matter, demand
the exercise of the utmost care to effect
its proper delivery.
Third Assistant Postmaster General.
Salvationists to Procure Clothing' for
the Children's Home
The Salvation Army will give an en
tertainment this evening in Armory hall,
327 V& South Spring street, for the pur
post of raising money to provide winter
clothing for the little folks, of the chil
dren's home. The work among the chil
dren will be fully explained, and an In
teresting program has been prepared.
The Pasadena Salvation Army brass
band will play several selections; music
and recitations by the children will be
given under the direction of Captain
Burges and Ensign Manhart, lassie of
ficers of the regiments. The drawing
card- of the evening will be big Bili
Burke, an ex-pugilist, who will give a
sketch of his life before and after con
version. Burke was a sailor, and has
carried off the heavyweight champion
ship at Galveston, Tex., and as he has
had a varied and picturesque career the
recital is expected to be highly enter
Mrs. Dunham, wife of the divisional
officer for Southern California, is col
lecting clothing for the children, and
has interested many of the prominent
women of the city in the movement. All
the benevolently inclined are invited to
contribute new or second-hand gar
ments, and to lend assistance in remod
eling contributions already donated.
East Side Notes
The Baptist church is soon to have
some much-needed repairs and be re
The East Side Odd Fellows and Re
bekah? furnished twenty-five cakes and
flvf gallons of Ice cream Tuesday even
ing as their portion of refreshments for
the banquet given to the visiting broth
ers and sisters who are in attend
ance at the grand encampment now be
ing held in the city.
T. R. Carpenter and family have gone
to Seattle, where they will locate.
Mrs. C. Medler of Albuquerque, New
Mexico, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barra
clough of Pasadena avenue.
John Gage and wife of Strowhegan,
Mass., have come to Los Angeles for
the winter, and have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Neil of Pasadena
Mrs. J. Acker of Hamilton street has
returned from an extended eastern trip,
where she ha-s been visiting relatives and
Wilber Overholtzer, who has been
quite ill, Is now much better, and will
soon be out again.
The new brewery on East Main street
is being rapidly pushed to completion.
The funeral of Charles McNider, who
died last Sunday at the residence of Mr.
Phillips, 1303 Primrose avenue, will be
held Friday afternoon from the parlors
of J. R. Paul & Son.
Mrs. E. H. Lewis of Hamilton street
entertained a number of friends Friday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Dr. Dwight of
Danville, 111. Those present were:
Mesdames Dwight. S. C. Balch, H. K.
Gregory, A. J. Probsi, Mrs. Barnett and
J. R. Gilbert.
Have you seen the Columbia Chainless
at Stephens & Hickok's store? Every
one is talking about it—everyone is en
thusiastic. Almost everyone has seen it
at 433 South Broadway.
Bright's Special Delivery
Will check baggage to any part of the
world. One trunk. 35c; round trip, 60c.
404 S. Broadway; tel., main 49.
Royal make* the food pure,
wholesome ant delicious.
Absolutely Pure
Secretary Filcher Tells the Chamber of
Commerce About It
The board of directors of tine cham
ber of commerce met yesterday after
noor, at 3:15, with the following present:
Messrs. Buett, Duque, Forman, Groff,
Klokke, McKlnley, Newberry, Patter
son, Slauso-n, Story, Waters. President
Forman occupied, the chair.
j J. A. Filcher, secretary of the
state board of trade, San Francisco, was
present and addressed the board on the
subject of the chamber's exhibit at
Hamburg, stating that the exhibit con
tained a greater variety of exhibits than
any other In their collection. In (act,
you could not mention an article but
this chamber had a sample of it. He
had taken 'extra pains to have the in
stallation so arranged as to retain, the
identity of the exhibit, that any one vis
iting the exhibit could easily distinguish
the Los Angeles county exhibit from the
others. He was confident that good re
sults would be forthcoming, as the
whole California exhibit was the center
of attraction, especially among the
tradespeople. He also dwelt on the
matter of preparing an exhibit for Paris,
and suggested that a thoroughly organ
ized effort should' be made to ascertain
the exact amount of money it would
require to make the display so that it
could be intelligently placed before the
next legislature and a sufficient appro
priation secured, to place an. exhibit
before the world that would be In keep
ing with California's resources.
T. E. Gibbon appeared before the
board and called attention to an article
that was published in the New York
Times in relation to San Pediro harbor.
The same, on motion, was referred to the
committee on commerce, with instruc
tions to take up the matter in behalf
of the chamber.
Communications addressed to Prof.
Foshay with reference to the education
al convention' were read, and the same
referred to a special committee consist
ing of Directors Slauson, Story and
Waters, with Instructions to take up the
matter of railroad rates with the trans
continental lines and ascertain whether
amy definite rate could be guaranteed
for the convention if held here in IS9B.
A communication, was read from the
joint committee to promote a depart
ment of commerce and Industry, with
headquarters at Chicago, asking the co
operation of the chamber of commerce
in a movement to secure this new de
partment of our national government.
This was referred to the committee on
commerce with Instructions to draw up
suitable resolutions lo be forwarded to
the committee.
Samples of the Klondike- pamphlet
were shown to the board and an extra
edition of 2500 was ordered published
with a differc-nt cover, containing the
same matter with the exception of the
Alaska map, which is to be substituted
with a Southern California map. for thetj
use of the chamber ln. supplying th-e
eastern demand.
The following were 'elected! to mem
bership: Charles E. Geiger, cabinet
maker; E. W. Potter & Co., upholstery
supplies; George Elliott, art dealer;
Arthur B. Thomas, druggist. The resig
nations of J. W. Winston and T. E. Ro
wan were, on motion, accepted.
Licensed to Wed
The following persons were granted
licenses to marry, in the county clerk's
office, yesterday:
Charles Sangster, a native of Canada,
40 years old, of Los Angeles, and Nellie
Genevieve McDonaldi, Illinois, 26 years,
of Los Angeles.
William W. Seaman, Kansas, 25 years,
of Pasadena, and Mary L. Lewis, Mas
sachusetts, 25 years, of Los Angeles.
Joe David Ames, Minnesota, 22 years,
of Los Angeles, and Edna May Soward,
California, IS years, of Los Angeles.
Ulysses S. Glover, Kansas, 29 years,
of Azusa, and Mary A. Rebhan, Kansas,
17 years, of Azusa.
James H. Martin, Kentucky, 65 years,
of Los Angeles, and Maria Kyle, New
York, 50 years, of Los Angeles.
Walter A. Dexter, Vermont, 33 years,
of El Monte, and Augu9ta S. Barz, Cali
fornia, 22 years, of Puente.
The San Gabriel Electric company, now
developing the water powers In the San
Gabriel river, will be in position to supply
arc and Incandescent lights and power for
all purposes February 1, ISSS, at prices
lower than can be made by companies
using steam. They would, therefore, re
epectfuly request that users of light and
power make no contracts extending be
yond February 1, IS9S. Consumers will find
it to their Interest to wait. San Gabriel
Electric Company.
Our Hume brew
Maler £ Zc.'ielein's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the principal
saloons; delivered promptly In bottles or
kegs. Office and brewery, 440 Allso street;
telephone 91.
Hawley, King & Co.,cor.sth st. and Bwy.,
agents genuine Columbus Buggy company
buggies and Victor bicycles.
Largest variety Corcord business wag
ons and top delivery wagons. Hawley,
King & Co.
Agents Victor, Keating, World and
March bicycles. Hawley. King & Co.
Everything on wheels. Hawley. King
& Co.. cor. Fifth street and Broadway.
128 NORTH MAIM E»tb. we
Diseastv of MEN only.
Wood, Pti Kidneys. Veins,
w«akn«uw. Poisonous I>i»
-chnrgoß. Fees low. Quick
Cures. Call or write
Men's Swell Clothes
d—X*. New laurels have been added to the fame of t" ~i
this already most popular store by the addi-
JPr/ tion of a complete Men's Outfitting depart-
merit. As in every other line, so have we
/ \ taken the lead in this, and made it in a few /Tu^/^\
\ short weeks the most popular clothing store / f> \ \
4 \in the city. Success brings success. The / ft, \ \
=g. LJ many money savings to be made are equally I i i J
5? ' o fr as mtcrestm ? as tnc unlimited variety to / — \
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I J / Men's Fedoras, Staple's The latest craze in / \\ |
j I Alpine and Stiff Hats, Men's Headgear is the \ \]
, / all new blocks; worth bottle green Fedoras. \ V
1 1 / t-i • i We have them In the / \
/ $1.50. This week, new blockS( at \
/ 98c $1.49 1 \
A Black Thibet /( I I A\ / /Iff V\ A suit that equals
Double-breasted IwULJ I / Ul 'JU an - v merchant tail "
Sack Suit, extra I k or make. Style is a
good Italian cloth \~\ —T f button cutaway
lining, full French / \ N I v, ?
faced, with satin // j\ \ H\tA 20 OZ ' cla y
piping, 2 inside // \ ' X \\ worsted.■ linings
breast pockets, tf h'+ V JM and tnmmin ? s are
trousers cut to , U the best in the
fashion plate. . gf Doubie-breasted c.ay market - our P rice
Represents our Imported, Worsted Sack Suits, satin this Week.
Unfinished Worsted Sack PiP ed facings; also a navy
and Frock Suits, lined blue Kersey Melton Over-
AP throughout with Skinner's coat, velvet collar, extra
*K* J " ing; good value in any Farmers'satin. Choice of I 111 I
house $15. Our price this Suit or Overcoat, V*"*""
$9.95 $9.95
Showing 250 doz. more Gent's Walking and Gent's Fine Camel's A new line nf Neclr
styles in fine Laundered Driving Gloves, in dog- H air Underwear silk r- .
Shirts, Percale and Mad- skin, out cut seams, ™ir unaerwear, silK Dressings, in the lat
ras front, long or short new shade of red and finished, drawers with
bosoms, brown, patent crotch. cil iwe " P urrs > at
98c 1 5Qc 1 $1.00 5Qc
Our $3.50 Shoes for Men Beat All Others
1 Doing our • 1
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pg Our best, we will yen- g|
p| ture to say, is consider- lp|
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p| of any other store in the |f|
p| ribbon trade in town.
pj| We are not given to
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H w/tfrA that are sold in all H
other stores for 35c a yd., HJ
igg and our price is d°*
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From Primary through Collei late work. Su
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We positively guarantee to cure Varicocele, Piles and I riWw/ft/
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#eeks. Blood Taints, Stricture and Acute and Chronic wkjtli'fcLmW A^wimt
Discharges a specialty. To show our good faith FWW.«ffi
We will not ask for a dollar
until we cure you. wlii^Miiro»l
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We occupy the entire Wells Farjjo building with the wk.
most completely equipped office and hospital west of New i A
York for the accommodation of out of town patients and Ik V\. '-tffifflvl J?i &Sm*mm\
>thers wishing to remain in the city during treatment. %tt!r \ssm vMcSIkS
Correspondence cheerfully answered, giving full y
Cor. 3d & Main Sts., Los Angeles.Gal. '
if Open Evenings — 1
| Schiffman oassil Pental Co - i
S\3 Rooms 20 to 26, 107 North Spring Street Sj
Dr & Co/s Dispensary
. -TV IS3 SOUTH MAIN STREET. The oldest Dispensary on the
/ *N Coast—established 25 years. In all private diseases of mas
I it'tk ■*s"® CATARRH a Bpeclaltv. We cure tho worst case. In two or tares
B*/*v H*"" '/ months. Special surgeon from San Francisco Dispensary In ost>
1H I, (/ staut attendance. Examination with microscope, including anal
. VjK^\_fTV/' \ ysla, FRKE TO EVKRYBODY. The poor treated lfee from 10 SS
. v- 3r A^Wv! 1 12 Fridays. Our long experience enables us to treat the wolW
/ -4*3.;/ y " S?\i cases of secret or private diseases with ABSOLUTE OKBTAHrrTi
if TTuOittlwi I" OF SUCCESS. No matter wbat your trouble Is, oome and talk
~'< ( (ill. VI IP A iML with us; you will not regret It. Cure guaranteed lor Waatlaf
iCAJiVkjM J/ Drains. Undeveloped Orfans and Lost Vitality.
"Where Summer Holds Full Sway"
....Santa Catalina Island....
Three nnd one-half hours from Los Angeles, Cal. A summer and winter resort without a eoua
terpart un the American continent. Urandest mountain stage road in the west Famous flak
in: and hunting grounds. Wild goat and doves ln thousands. Ulass bottom boat reve.lma
the wonders or ocean's depths.
Hotel Metropole—Remodeled and enlarged Open all the year. Round trip service dailr
except Sunday, leaving So. Paclfio and Terminal Depots, Los Angeles, for San Pedro at 9-IXI anSi
liMjLfiu respectively. BAKNINQ CO.. Agents. 222 gqmh Spring St.. Los Angelas,' <?ajj_

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