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NEW YEAR'S EVE
L A. ATHLETIC CLUB PLANS
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BOXING MATCHES AND VARIOUS
Progra, ■ of Physical Btunts Arranged,
the Exact Nature of Which Is
Kept Concealed from
Many events of great Interest to be
pulled off In the near future are being
arranged' by the Los Angeles Athletic .
club. The usual New Year's eve jinks j
will be celebrated as never before ln
the history of the club. A very elab-!
orate program which is being arranged
by the committee ln charge ls kept a j
secret, and many surprises are said to
be In store for the members of the,
club. . ' i
There probably will be a few fasti
rounds of boxing by the men working I
under Professor Van Court, followed (
by exhibitions on gymnastic parapher
nalia, wrestling bouts, fencing matches ;
and various other athletic contests.
Then several special stunts, not to be ■■
given out before the night of the en-1
tertainment, are rehearsed secretly. !
' The handball tournaments Just fin
ished probably were the fastest and
best ever pulled off In this part of the
state. There are many members of
the club who specialize ln handball as !
a form of athletics and from year to,
year have become more and more ex
pert until now the club boasts as fast
a team as can be found ln Southern
The minstrels rehearse every Mon
day and Friday evenings. The amount
of talent found among the club mem
bers surpassed the expectations of the
committee and an attractive program
undoubtedly will be arranged. The ex
act date for .the appearance of the
troup of minstrels has not been de
cided upon, but It probably will be
pulled off some time ln February. '
CONSIDERS THREE BIDS ON
PAVING SUNSET BOULEVARD
Public Works Board Has Not Awarded
Contract, but Pattillo Contracting
Company Appears to Be
Bids were opened yesterday by the
board of public works for paving Sun
set boulevard. No contract was award
ed, but as far as can be determined,
until the city engineer has had time to
po over the figures and estimates, the
Pattillo Contracting company is prob
ably the lowest bidder.
This company agrees to do the pav
ing for 14% cents a square foot. There
are nineteen Items in the specifications
for this pavement, and three asphalt
contractors put ln bids for the work.
An experiment ls to be tried with the
pavement for Sunset boulevard. In
stead of being the regulation asphalt
It will be asphalt-concrete. This is a
mixture said to make a harder and
better pavement than asphalt, and is
BINDERY GIRL CAME NEAR
LOSING HER RIGHT HAND
Her hand caught between the jaws
of a folding machine, Freida Stahl, a.
bindery girl at the Home Printing com
pany, 115 North Broadway, came near
losing her right hand yesterday after
Miss Stahl, in a moment of weari
ness, allowed the two rollers of the
folding machine to catch the end of her
lingers and draw them in. Her outcries
brought the other employes to her as
sistance and the machine was stopped
just as the Jaws were about to crush
the upper knuckles of her hand.
It was only the prompt action and
presence of mind of several •of her
fellow employes which saved her hand
from being crippled for life. The In
jured girl was taken to the receiving
hospital. Two of the fingers were
crushed and may be useless for many
years. The Index finger was not so
severely crushed, although several
stitches were necessary.
"I Want a License to
Start an Anti-Race
The Dimity at the Clerk of the Courts
office glanced up at a merry pair of
eyes, In a handsome young man's face,
and then at the blushing dimpled face
of the pretty girl beside him, who was
puttine; a repressing hand on his arm.
Baying, "Oh, Tom, don't say such
things, please; please." The Deputy was
about to tell him he was mistakenno
such thing to be had ln that Court
house (He was English, or of strong
English tendencies), when a light sud
denly dawned on him, and he said,
"Certainly, marriage license, I sup
Overhearing this gave us an Idea.
More life members would be born Into
these "Anti-Race Suicide Clubs" (as
the Club starts with one couple and
new members have to born in) lf the
future of these new members was well
provided 'for, and at a Board of Di
rectors meeting of The Eucalyptus Es
tates company offices, ground floor
Chamber of Commerce building, It was
decided to make a liberal offer to all
buyers of our Eucalyptus Grove this
week, to help along these Anti-Race
Our Eucalyptus Grove (only 18 miles
from the Chamber of Commerce) sells
the balance of this month only at $150
per acre (15 shares to, the acre, $10
per share). Price goes to $225 per acre,
$15 per share, on January 1.
We will give the buyer one additional
share for every acre that he buys, to
be made out to every child he has ten
years old or under.
This is a big offer, as each $10 share
will In. ten years grow to be worth at
least $280, as attendance at our lec
tures, 2:15 p. m. and 8 p. m., will show
Put a few shares of Eucalyptus Es
tates stock in the children's stockings
and reconstruct your home into an
Anti-Race Suicide Club, as that means
an education and a right start in life
for them. ,
■ Come to' the lectures afternoon and
evening at the big , hall, ground i floor
Chamber, of Commerce • building, and
our . offices the same < place, open 8:30
a. m. to 10:30 'p. m. * balance of this
TO BE REFORMED
SECOND CONFERENCE SHOWS
COAST. -.EAGUE MAGNATES MEET
Cal Ewlng Appoints Committee of
Three to Draft Playing Schedule
for Next Year Looks Like
No Change In Lineup
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. From
I all present Indications the State Base
! ball league will not enter Into any
I combination with the Pacific Coast
| league, but will remain outlaws dur-
I ing the coming season.
Cy Moreing of the Stockton State
I league club and H. Jarman of the
San Jose club were In conference with
| the Coast league committee today, but
as the meeting adjourned without any
, action being taken it is believed that
j they found it Impossible to reach a
I mutually satisfactory basis upon which
I the State league would be willing to
I enter organized baseball.
| Today's meeting of the Coast league
i was not the regular annual meetingl
; of the organization, although it was
, started with that Intention. It was
| found that it would be necessary to
! postpone the annual meeting until to
morrow, owing to the fact that certain
reports were not ready for submission,
! and an adjournment was taken. The
I appointment by the president of a
! committee of three to arrange sched
ules of games for the coming season
j was the only actual business of the
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SAYS JEALOUS MAN
TRIED TO SHOOT HER
San Francisco Walter Charged with
Following Sweetheart to This
City and Attempting
Edward Lundgren, a waiter from San
Francisco, who is charged with having
followed his sweetheart, Mira Bohanan,
to this city and trying to shoot her
December 9 In the St. Croix rooming
house, 704 West Third street, was ex
amined before Justice Frederickson yes
terday afternoon and held over to the
superior court under $3000 bail.
Jealousy and lost affection composed
the story unraveled ln the courtroom
yesterday during the three hours of
tedious cross examination of witnesses.
Miss Bohanan admitted having lived
with Lundgren in San Francisco, where
they were both employed as waiters.
Losing her love for Lundgren and tir
ing of the life she was leading she de
termined to come to Los Angeles.
But the discarded man refused to be
shaken off, and followed her to Los An
geles. He is charged with going to the
woman's quarters at the Hotel Edison,
corner of Fourth and Los Angeles
streets, where she was rooming with a
friend, Maude Griffin, displaying a re
volver and threatening to kill her. "If
you do not return to me I shall kill you
You shall never live with anyone else,
and I Cannot live without you," are the
words which Lundgren is alleged .to
have uttered. <
Later, It is claimed, he followed the
object of his affection to the St. Croix,
where he entered the room of the two
young women, locked the door and
fired at his former sweetheart. The
bullet shattered several rungs on the
chair on which Miss Bohanan was sit
ting. . y * ■
Patrolman C. H. Crow was ln the
building at the time, and, although off
duty and suffering from a broken arm,
entered the room where the conflict was
taking place. With his one available
arm he grappled with Lundgren and
took the revolver from him.
SAYS HE WAS HELD UP AND
RELIEVED OF ALL HE HAD
Fortunate Victim of Desperado on
Aliso Street Had but 85 Cents
When He Encountered
J. Snyder of 1570 N. Vlgnes street,
claims he was held up and robbed on
Aliso street Sunday night at about 10
o'clock. '.''■'',■• *-.
Snyder says he was walking along
Aliso street near the plant of the Maler
Brewing company when he was
stopped by a man ,who pointed a gun
at him and commanded him to hold
up his hands. His pockets, he says,
were then searched. The robber se
cured only 85 cents, all the ' money
Snyder had. The victim' was able to
give a fair description of the holdup.
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Poker sets, chess, dominoes, playing cards,
Sanborn, Vail * Co., 434 and 735 S. Bdway.
BRACKETT THEATER LEADS DOWN
TOWN MOVING PICTURE SHOWS
In the face of the usual falling off Christmas week theater at
tendance, the Brackett Spring street theater continues to offer enter
tainment to hundreds of downtown shoppers and children out of
school. The bill now running is one of the best yet given at the
popular house and The Herald's guests have not been slow to take
advantage of the daily issue of free passes. The educational features
of the entertainment have been highly commended and teachers are
frequently seen in attendance with children. aa
Mr. Brackett brings the widest experience to bear on his work
in the management of the Spring street theater, having been identi
fied for years in notable educational entertainment and lecture en
terprises. He is making every possible effort to give his patrons the
best yet produced in the moving picture field. All you have to do to
gain free admission is to clip one of The Herald's daily coupons.
(Good Only on Date of Issue.)
~ ! rpms coupon entitles the bearer to one Free Admission to
X the famous Brackett Show at 428 South Spring street, be
>:■:' tween the hours of 18 o'clock noon and 6 o'clock p. m. If
y ' ■ presented no later than the date at the bottom of this coupon.
The BRACKETT SHOWS are guaranteed to The Herald In writ
ing by Mr. Brackett to be HIGH CLASS, CLEAN AND EDUCA
TIONAL In character. This la In keeping with The Herald policy
wherein nothing morbid, no horrors or monstrosities may be pre
sented to It* readers. [Charge to Lo* Angeles Herald.] A elty
. ordinance prohibits children less than fourteeu years old from en- , iV
tering any place of amusement unless accompanied . by an older
■ ]'.-'_'. person. -.-■ .'■'.■ _ .
Tuesday, . December 22, 7 1908. , * J .-
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1908.
JAPANESE IS FINED $200
FOR OPERATING BLIND PIG
Convicted Oriental Also la Given Sus
pended Sentence of Forty Days
In Jail for Alleged
For violation of the city liquor license
ordinance T. Ishlmetsu. Japanese, was
fined hi Judge Frederlckson'a court yes
terday morning and given a suspended
sentence of forty days.
Ishlmetsu conducts & wholesale mer
chandise establishment at 308 North
Alameda street and is said to have in
cluded a large supply of liquor in his
stock of goods without previously tak
ing out a license. It ls said a number
of Japanese stores are suspected of
secretly carrying on liquor traffic as a
side Issue to their regular lousiness. As
they pay no license they reap a largo
proflt as a remuneration for the risk
Ishlmetsu is said to have had two
barrels of whisky, large quantities of
sakl and several dozen bottles of wine.
Tlie entire outfit was confiscated by the
SECOND TRIAL BEGUN OF
WOMAN'S SUIT FOR DAMAGES
A retrial of the suit of Mrs. L. E.
Carpenter, who several months ago
i filed a complaint against the Barber
' ! Asphalt company asking for damages
i of $5000 on account of personal injuries,
', was begun In the superior court yes
' terday. Judgment of $760 was ren
dered In her favor ln June, but a new
trial was granted later.
Mrs. Carpenter was injured In a pe
culiar manner. While walking along
, Olive street near Fifth ln December a
steam roller operated by the asphalt
company broke down a fence, some of
the lumber striking the woman and
Injuring her spine.
FOREFATHERS' DAY IS
400 Persons, Born Near Spot Where
Mayflower Landed Her Human
Freight, Hear Pleasing
One of the most delightful entertain
ments given by the New England so
ciety of Southern California was that
of last evening at Blanchard hall be
fore an audience of more than 400 New
The soloists, Mme. Johnstone-Blshop
and Mrs. George Francis Drake, sang
exquisitely,, their duet calling forth
many encores. iV" , _ _
Miss Suzanne Dean, the talented
reader, read several selections, which
she had to repeat. "A Summer in
Maine" was told beautifully.
Miss O'Donoughue, organist of the
Independent Church of Christ, was the
pianist of the occasion, and her accom
paniments were excellent.
Dr. C. Ellwood Nash spoke enter
tainingly on "Religious Liberty," and
Hon. Waldo M. York gave an address
on "The New England Society."
The celebration was in honor of
"Forefathers' day," which is generally
celebrated in New England almost as
a holiday. V , '"_ ■ '- . _
This organization was founded by Dr.
W. A. Lamb, and Judge Waldo M.
York was elected president and Fred
W. Fuller secretary.
The present president is H. W. Chase;
the first vice president is Dr. Sherwln
Gibbons and the second vice president
Marshall Stimson. The other officers
are: Secretary, C. P. Vernon; treasur
er D. L. Durand; executive committee,
Judge Waldo M. York, Fred W. Fuller,
Will D. Gould. Wilbur David Cook,
Jr. Miss Augusta Lamb, N. Wheatou
Dexter, Mrs. Ida Newbro and H. A.
Palmer. . ..
The following program was renderea.
Voc*l solo, "Sunset"—Mrs. Qeor»e Francis
Selection. "The Automobile Story"—
Suzanne Dean. 'rii' ' :'„' ,_„.i„.\
Duet, "The Power Eternal" (Rossini)—
Mme. Bishop and Mrs. Drake. ,____
Story, "A Summer In Maine"—Su.anne
Vocal solo, "The Palace of the -__,.
Vocal »010, "The Palace of the Kins* —
Mme. Qenevra Johnstone-Blshop.
Address, subject, "Religious Liberty* —
Rev. C. Ellwooa Nash. D. D. „,__„
Story. "Jane's Christmas Slipper —
zanne Dean. -_.-„-
Vocal solo— George Francis DrlW.
Miss O'Donoughue, organist of the Inde
pendent Church of Christ, pianist
Believe Coleman Insane
C. Q. Coleman, 153 Surf street. Ocean
Park, who ran amuck Sunday night,
cut M. J. Gllkie's finger with a pen
knife and blackened his eye, will be
examined by the lunacy commission
some time this week. Gilkle tried to
get a warrant for Coleman's arrest
yesterday on a charge of assault with
a deadly weapon. Coleman's mother,
Mrs B. C. Burt, appeared at the dis
trict attorney's office about the same
time and her application for an insan
ity complaint was given preference by
Deputy J. W. Ford. Coleman ls now
in the county Jail.
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He—Won't you miss me when I'm far away?
She— No; I'll always think of you as very
VICE INQUISITORS SUMMON
MAYORS AND POLICE
HARPER AND FORMER CITY EX-
Chief, Captain and Four Commission
ers from Department of Safety
journed to Monday
With the mayor and three of his pre
decessors, four police commissioners
and two high police officials as wit
nesses, the grand jury passed a busy
day yesterday, the session ending al
most an hour later than the usual time
Chief of Police Edward Kern is the
first person who was called into the
jury room and he remained about an
hour. He was followed by Capt. Thos.
Broadhead of the police department,
whose examination lasted a short time
only. Mayor Harper was then called.
He was ln the room from 11:15 o'clock
until the noon hour, and again ap
peared when the afternoon session be
gan at 1:30 o'clock. He was released
at 3:15 o'clock, after an examination
lasting two and a half hours.
Three former mayors were then called
at Intervals of fifteen or twenty min
utes, Owen McAleer being the first. He
was followed by M. P. Snyder and Fred
Eaton. Police" Commissioners Nathan
Cole, jr., and Harbert W. Lewis were
next on the list, while H, W. Woodlll,
also a member of the commission, after
waiting the whole afternoon, was told
he could not be examined before next
Monday, to which time the jury ad
journed. Isndore B. Dockweiler, the
mayor's attorney, was a witness easly
ln the day.
The fact the grand Jury has ad
journed until Monday leads to the be
lief that a report on the Investigation
Into charges of protected vice may be
prepared In the" meantime and te ready
to be handed to Judge James the first
of next week.
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Loses Damage Suit
Judgment for the defendant was ren
dered by Judge Conrey yesterday ln
the suit of Albert McFadden against
the Los Angeles Railway company for
damages of $15,456 on account of per
sonal Injuries. McFadden was thrown
from a trestle near the Blmlnl baths
by a car October 20, 1907. The trestle
is on a private right of way main
tained by the railway company.
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Find a uso for a want ad—a task for It.
Needn't be a usual or an easy task.
Strongly Backed Brokerage Company
Establishes Offices in Los Angeles
The financial interests of Los An
geles have been heavily reinforced by
the establishment here Of a branch of
Dick Bros. & Co., bankers and brokers
of New York. This great Institution
has just opened offices on the ground
floor of the Bradbury building, pre
pared to do the largest possible busi
ness In stocks and bonds. Included in
the list will bo all New York stocks
and bonds, cotton, coffee, grains, pro
visions and foreign stocks.
Dick Bros. & Co. are members of the
> New York stock exchange, Coffee ex
change. Cotton exchange, Philadelphia
Stock exchange. New Orleans Stock ex
change, Chicago board of trade and all
other Important exchanges, besides be
ing associate members of the Liverpool
Dick Bros. & Co. entered the business
in Philadelphia In 1879 and now have
offices ln New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Los Angeles. Their credit is
said to be among the very best in tire
j United States and they rank as one of
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription ~Q_
la the best of all medicines for the curs of diseases, \_XJBs fo f
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the MKVBI
only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu- ~fm W| *!\
ated physician—an experienced and skilled specialist in tj, _j&£jy
the diseases of women. il^_l_StS"~~)
It is a safe medicine in any oondition of the system. _K*lil_l__i__3_L
THE ONE REMEDY whioh contains no alcohol "*|^^^^
end no nsjarious habit-forming drugs and which ftfjfgjj^
creates no craving for such stimulants. <B5^ = |S3"C!_^^t
THE ONE REMEDY so good that Us maker* '" |l(]f.
aire not afraid to print its every ingredient on Ml 'i
esteh outside bottle - wrapper and attest to the ,^ll
truthfulness of the same under oath. <M-*^l
It it sold by medicine dealers everywhere, end any dealer who hasn't it eon
get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine of
-onowm ootgpoeiTiOM. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist
who soys something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierces" is either mistaken
or is trying to deceive you far his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
trusted. He is fitting with yoar moat priceless possession—your health
may be your hie itself. Sea Out yon get what yon ask for-
' INTERESTING ROUTES TO TRAVEL
Santa Catalina Island
Via BANNING LINE— Service.
S. S. Hcnnosa capacity 450 JSf_*lL Los.^sf cI
The only steamship line to Catallna Island. . Salt Lake Ry......1:M a. m
We flo not operate gasoline boata. Paclflo Elect. Ry..»:l- a. m
Extra trip Saturday evening via Paclflo Electrio Ry 6:00 p. m train.
The Wilmington Transportation Co reserves the right to change steamers and time of
tne wiiininai-.. galling without notice
BANNING CO. 104 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles.
Phones: Main 4492. F«6"«
PACIFIC MAIL S.S. Co. I For Honolulu, Japan
CHINA, MANILA. INDIA AND AROUND THE WORLD
Steamers Manchuria. Mongolia. Korea. Siberia and China now In aervice being thi
largest vessels sailing from the United States for the Orient via Honolulu.
SAILINGS FROM SAN FRANCISCO
December **; January «... 18, S3, SO; February «, 16, 18; March 0, 10, »6, etc.
Sailings from Eastern Ports for all Transatlantic Steamship Lines at frequent Intervals
For literature apply to T A Graham. Agent, ton South Spring atreet. corner fllsth.
HOTELS-RESTAU RANTS-RESORTS ;
THE MARYLAND 'Pasadena-
Now Open for the Season
Pasadena, more beautiful than ever, assures all a
welcome at her home Hotel.
••..•; D. M. LINNARD. Manager.
•-i^ - --. - ii ' i iilnmmg
A dining: place for ladles and gentlemen.
Appointments are superb. Music by
Bristol orchestra. . - ■'. ,
Entire Basement H. W. Hellman Bldg.
, . Fourth and Spring Sts.
TAKES ONLY FIVE MINUTES IN
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY AND
JUDGE BOTH CONCUR
Prisoner Sits Trembling, but Ap.
parently Unable to Comprehend
Proceedings Hears Familiar
Name and Weeps Audibly
Little more than an hour was taken
up by the Jury In Judge Jamison's de
partment of tne superior court yester
day in listening to testimony and re
turning a veruict of Insanity against
Henry J. Dufty, charged with killing
his son, Fred A. Dufty, and a daugh
ter, Mrs. Zaidah La Com, at the Duf
ty home, 247 North Mountain avenue,
Dulty gave little heed to the pro
ceedings. He sat apart from his law
yer, A. A. Sturges, trembling and ap
parently at a loss to understand what
was taking place. Sometimes when
the name of a member of his family
was spoken he stared at the speaker
from under his heavy eyebrows or
Expert testimony was given by sev
eral physicians who had examined
Dufty at the county Jail Saturday, all
tending to show his mental Incom
petency. Depositions from relatives
living in Minnesota also were read,
telling stories of his Insane actions
while visiting his old home; how he
stood on the streets of the little city
of Austin, Minn., and aped passersby,
and how he lived on oats and moved
all his furniture into the street, telling
his brother he had sold It at auction.
No contest was made by C. C. Me-
Comas, deputy district attorney, in
charge of the prosecution. He agreed
with Mr. Sturges that the prisoner
should be tried for Insanity and not
murder, and the belief that Dufty ls
mentally deranged was also expressed
from the bench by Judge Jamison.
The Jury was out only five minutes,
returned a verdict ■ of Insanity and:
committed Dufty to Patton asylum.
Dufty decapitated his son and killed*
his daughter with an ax. He followed,
this by trying to cut his own throat;
with a razor.
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Held for Trial
Clarence Blakemore, charged with
passing a worthless check on the Com
mercial National bank December 12.
was held to answer In the superior
court by Justice Summerfield yester
day. He went to Jail in default of
$2000 ball. •:
the foremost financial Institutions of
New York and elsewhere.
In entering Los Angeles this company
made a Wise choice in manager for the
local office in selecting C. E. Crary,
who will have full charge at this end
of the circuit. Mr. Crary ls well known
here and in Arizona and New Mexico.
He has been in the same business In
Los Angeles for ten years and was the
first to start the private wire service,
which has done so much toward build
ing up the business Interests of the
When E. R. Dick was here a short
time ago to look over the field and ulti
mately to decide upon Los Angeles as
the best point of entry to the south
west he became enthusiastic over the
possibilities here for his business. He
lost no time In organizing the office
and bringing ln private wire service. It
is acknowledged among influential bus
iness men that the coming of Dick
Bros. & Co. ls a great credit to Los
Angeles and the region It represents.
All Xmas Shoppers
Will Be Wise and Take Their
Lunches at the Famous
I LEVY'S CAFE
Overstock of Bicycles
Credit BARGAINS Credit
Big reduction ln prices to reduce our stock. We have to do this ta r
order to take care of our incoming stock of bicycles, Racycles and ..;
motorcycles. For the coming season we have bought $200,000 worth
of Racycles, bicycles and motorcycles. They are coming ln every day
now and we need the money as well as the business. Here is the way
we are going to help you as well as ourselves:
BICYCLES that are worth $40, NOW $32.50
BICYCLES that are worth $35, NOW $30.00
BICYCLES that are worth $30, NOW $25.00
BICYCLES that are worth $25, NOW $20.00
RACYCLES that are worth $50, NOW $35.00
Motorcycles that are worth $210, NOW $175.00
In addition to tl.e above we have a small stock of select second-hand,
slightly used and demonstrating bicycles and motorcycles that we are
going to offer during this sale at very low prices:
BICYCLES that cost $50, NOW $30
BICYCLES that cost $40, NOW $20
Motorcycles that cost $200 and $225, now $125 and $150
These prices will be withdrawn after the first of January, lf the stock
lasts that long. You can buy any of the above the same as you have
our regular stock—on the easy payment plan. Come in and see the
wheels, as will ss to get our easy payment plans on the same.
639 S. SPRING ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL.
( Electrical Novelties
* For Christmas
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Oo to an electrio store for electrio goods. Two days before Christmas we
will have 1000 American Electric New Superior 6-lb. Iron that we will
sell for $1.50. WAIT. We have handled this line for 13 years; It Is no ex
Woodill-Hulse Electric Company
276 SOUTH MAIN ST. (Cor. 3d and Main.) "
The House of Electrical Appliances.
On sale Dec. 23, 24, 25, SI and Jan. I—all good for return
until Jan. 4, 1909. One and one-third fare between all sta
tions when one way rate Is not over $10.
Take the Orange Grove Trip
Via the Salt Lake Route
And see the beautiful cities of Riverside, San Bernardino,
Redlands and other points. Full particulars at 601 South
Spring St. and First St. Station.
Shoes Half Price and Less DRUG HABITS
Over two hundred big display oargain .... __': „
tables are displaying shoes for men. Morphine, Opium, Cocaine, Liquor
women and children, on sale in many ana all naroe'-:. addictions are, boms suo-
Instances for half price and less. Con- cessfully treated and cured by our palnlesi
vlnce yourself and come to the home treatment. Nervous and physical con-
MAMMOTH SHOE HGI'SB, dltlon restored. DR. BAHRENBUHO, 483
CIS Hooth Broadway South Broadway. _________
I JL MONEY
If If Is Not Always the Entire
TT/\* Pay of the Doctor
I/ « When a physician or a surgeon, by dint of good hard
1/1 conscientious professional work has succeeded ln curing
/ 1 his patient and is tendered the appreciative thanks and
fj 1 heartfelt gratitude of the newly cured, It ls then that the A
mm «V fee ls only an Incident; there remains to him the ' far ;
more Important satisfaction of having the power to relieve suffering, to ,;,
know that he is the piaster of the situation,, to feel safe ln making a
promise, knowing by experience what he can cure as a justification for
THE POTENT REASON FOR OUR CONFIDENCE
in ourselves is that we have the best equipped offices In the state,' and I
we are especially equipped in all the latest electrical vices from the
X-ray for diagnostic examinations to a full Una of Instruments used In .
- Our laboratory ls the repository of all the latest and
VERY BEST MEDICINES
that chemistry has given to the world or that money can buy.
We freely Invite you to consult with us about your condition, and It ft
will cost you absolutely nothing, for It Is free. . .-.*■ .» t ■ ,
DR. FOSTER'S MEDICAL OFFICES
; 316% SOUTH BROADWAY
Office Hour- a. in. to It—l to 4. ."renin?*, Ito Ip. a.
SUNDAYS, S TO I ONLY.