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Among Those Injured Is W. M. Tiller
of Los Angeles, Who Suffered Con.
tused Arm — Rigid Investiga
tion Will Be Made
[Associated Press]
• FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Dec. 16.—The
Santa Fe limited fast train wrecked
the overland train No. 6 this morning
at Winona, a small station fifteen mile*
east of Flagstaff In a rear-end collision
at 8 o'clock. As a result of the col
lision one person \v;is killed anil eight
een Injured.
The killed:
ford, Conn.
Mrs. Walter Selzer, Mishcatt, \V;s.
chest and both arms; will recover.
.Mrs. Margaivt, Lincoln, Kan., scalp
Wound and bruited.
ii. F. Donohue, Oakland, Cal., abra
sion of arm.
Miss L, B. Chamer, Elizabeth, X. J.,
brul -i .1 about ii a and left arm.
Dr. D. U Parker, Bl Paso, Tex.,
slight icalp wound.
Mrs. E. P. Purchase, Milwaukee,
v | . contusion of body.
.Mrs. M. E. H irt. Albuquerque, X. M .
broken nose and bruised about face.
Adolph W. Etuttlg, St. Joseph, Mo.,
( ontualon ol i hesi and cut on lefi arm.
Mrs. Eliza Mitchell, Frultvale, Cal.,
nervous si'
.M!ss Florence Moore, Elisabeth, x. .7.,
Wrenched hack.
Mrs. 8. i:. Prank, Media, Pa., scalp
Byron Rhinehart, Lillian, Tex., in
jury tn riuht leu.
J. \v. Mill. Lillian. Tex., contusion
of right cl
T. R. Rals, Chlca ed porter,
contusion of right nrm.
W. M. Ti 11 ■■. i ontusloti
df rifiii' arm.
Mrs. .1. H. Ha*ell, Chicago, bruise of
ri^lii arm and body.
M Jurot, rlii I in of J>.'i<. k and
Charlpa Herngaertner, dining cir
( mdvi tor, ronl
W. H. Tharpc, manager for Over
land Ti li i ny, Flagstaff,
sli^hi Injury
The collision van a n null ".•' a mla
understanding. No. 3 westbound s>
late :ini No i md No. 8 had orders
to meet No. 3at Wlnonn. It ls x reported
th.it the flagman on No. i failed to go
lmck far enough to warn tfo. 4, \
i igid Invesl ration of the c tune of the
wreck will be made hy • • rlt- I
The railroad physician at Flnest.ilf
was • ■ii the «"crne in a short time an l
as assisted by Dr. Parker of rci Paso.
The wounded pasnengen wore t:ikpn to
Wlnslow and were sent oast within a
few hours after the wreck.
largely by your clothes and unless you are a mil
lionaire you cannot afford to be other than ■well
It is not always convenient to pay cash, per
haps. And when the cash is lacking is just ex
actly the time to have your appearance beyond
This firm's business is selling clothes for men
and women and giving its customers all the credit
they want. Thousands of the best people in Los
Angeles have opened a charge account here.
Why not come in and get nobby new clothe:
for holiday wear? You can pay for them later.
123 5. Br»adwa7^•
Christmas and New Year
To and from nil stations on lines of the Southern Pacific, between Xl
Paso, Texas; Ogden, Utah, and Portland, Oregon.
Excui tickets ■■ ill be sold only i ween any two stations In Cali
fornia, or from California to points outside of California, or vice
versa, where the om way fare is 10.00 or less.
TICKETS SOLD DECEMBER 23, 24, 25, 81, 1909, and JANUARY
1, 1910. Good for return on or before January 3, 1910.
at i: ai.i.n is.
Southern Pacific
XICKI2T <)l 1 I' iv
600 S. Spring St., Corner Sixth
Aitsklp Station, 3tli si. and Central A»e.
<Olfitr at 000 S. .-iiiini; St. ihincil on Clirlslmaa ami New Year)
News of the Courts
Embezzlement Charge Dismissed, as
Will Be Breach of Promise Suit,
Against Printer Who Bor
rowed from Swee'.heart
Tin- tanging doors of the county Jail
sounded like wedding belts La tnu earn
of George Mitchell when hi emerge.!
Irom the Institution to go to the court
roorr. of Justice Ling for a preUmlnarj
examination on a charge of embezzli -
ment yesterday. A half hour later he
Wil , wedded to Winifred Cassell, a
p,ttty Wisconsin girl, who had caused
:is arrest Monday. The criminal com
plaint was dismissed and a civil action
instituted by Miss Cassell, in which she
,-,, «red Mitchell with breach of prom
i«,: will be disposed of In the same
'"See Un ß halted the pn ; limi^
examination ten ""'"'^.^l^
.hair by Attorney F^.*"":
proved to be B reluctant witness
"Why don't you children make up an
B et married.- Inquired the justice In
1,1, most fatherly fashion
•■[ am willing," replied the young
"-s-imo here.- said Mitel
■ii,,. justice ordered the case /' ■
niw£a.-and Mitchell, accompanied by
piputy Constable Johnston, went to
fne marriage license bureau s
„,,,,.k ftway , returning in a few minutes
with the permit to wed. »"">
was performed by the justice.
Mitchell, who is a printer, was an est
ed on a charge of embezzling »760 bor
rowed from Miss Cassell during their
love-making season of three months.
New Incorporations
The following article* of In. oi
„,.,, «ere filed In the county (lers ■
,iv ,• ypsti rday:
„,, ,^i Heights Water company, cap
directors, George R Mur
,,- c Palmer, James W. Long, J.
H Falrchlld. E. H. Bagby.
i trus Belt Land company, capital
rectors, Oeorge R, Murdock,
V.Hvard R Peneborn, Jamea W. Long.
\V .."• Bertrand, s. .1. White, Paul H
a . O. Hall.
Railways Made Defendants
The Los Angeles [nterurban, the Pn
clflc Electric and the Los Ai
[v companies were mad( Joini
. m , rult for damagi
„, of personal Injuries Bled in
up, r ior court yesterday by John
Dudley. Dudley demands $15,33
elarlni he wa« seriously Injured July
» when he received a shock from.guy
„ „.,... (vhile decorating the \\ rignt «
„!,.,- building preparatory to t ■
entertainmenj ..f 111 .• Kilts' n-uiin'ii.
Troubles of Big Estate Which Are
Being Aired in Courts Are Added
To by Custodians of Tes.
tator's Interests
Dlsoonslons between tha heirs ol the]
■ i ite of Andrew J. W. Kentlng and
the trustees of the property, Klmei \l.
Mi Dowell und A. VX. Mi'Pheraon, which
nhi hi d the breaking poinl \\ c lne«day I
i w is fliod in tln superior
i-ourl bj Alfred Vincent Keutlng, I-M
--u.ml Keating and Elvera Keating
Forthmann to "n>i the trustees from
their offlei s, were added to yesterday by
Ing of Un <•<■ additional suits. In
the latter actions the trustees are the
plaintiffs and Alfred V. Keating and
Mrs. Poi thmann are defendants.
Tin suits are t.. recover on notes ag
tlng $28,322, representing, it la
sal I. in y advanced to the two heirs,
$23,322 to Alfred V. Keating and >. to
Mrs. Forthmann.
No showing of any security for the
payment of the notes bearing the sig
nature of Alfred Keating is contained
in thi' i omplalnt In which he is named
as defendant, In the unit against Mrs. I
Forthmann, however, is Included, i" I
si.irs tiit- demand tor a recovery of the
$5000, a petition by the trustees for a
foreclosure of a mortgage.
According to the terms of this mort
\]is. Forthmann gave as secur
ity for tin payment of the notes all her
linen st in the estate left by her father.
Missing Man Last Seen Wednesday,
and Theory Is That He Left
the City at That
The mystery unrounding the disap
pearance ut t£liner Ullswurtn Kowetl.
whose presence is 10 anxiously awaited
in jiingr Davis department of mm
urlmlnui court, deepened yesterday,
when lor the sixth time this week ha
failed to respond to his nanio when j
the two cases in which lie is accused |
of obtaining money by false represen- I
loni were ailed tor trial,
Everything was again in readiness
for tile trial at 10 o'ciock. Judge Davis
occupied the first half hour ot the ses- i
•ton in disposing of a number of pre- !
liminary mutters In connection with |
other cases and during that time ever)
person entering the broad double doors
of the court room was scanned closely
by those In the place not familiar With
the description of the missing man.
"1 understand no trace vi Howell has
i" •ii uis< overed. 1 said General John*
stone Juir'.s, Kowell'i attorney, when
Judge Davis called the two casts. "I i
know nothing about him and 1 am,
also Informed ins bondsmen have
learned nothing as to his where
At tlu> suggestion of Assistant D
trlct Attorney McComas, JiniK'.- Davis
stated ill* Rowell cases would retain
their places on ths calendar, in order,
■should liou.Mi bi arrested nr voluntar
ily surrender himself, ths trial may
'it. ili-lay.
it way stated yesterday that Rowell
was luft seen at 6:10 o'clock Wednes
day evening, and officers In search of
him say they believe ha left th<
about that time.
Mexican 76 Years Old Declares He
Stabbed Natividad Ogas to
Preserve Own Life
Ysidro Bali, "i years old, pleaded not
guilty In Judge Willis' criminal xourt
yesterday when arraigned on a charge
of killing Natividad ugas, his nephew,
November 3. His trial ivas set for
February 3. The killing of onus was
the result of a quarrel, .Sals stating he
i stabbed his nephew In self-defense.
A plea of not guilty was also entered
' by J. Jose Gonzalez, charged with rob
bing X. Matsumato of '.'l cents Novem
ber 29, His trial was set tor Decem
ber 23.
Angel Ybarra, charged with grand
larceny; Jesus Hernandez, burglary,
I and K. J. Hart, burglary, were ar-
I raigned in .hi. Willis' court and will
plead at it:3D o'clock today.
I la Judge Davis department of the
criminal court T. Shi ma, charged with
assaulting K. Igarastu with a deadly
weapon November 23 pleaded guilty
■ and will be sentenced Saturday.
Wesley Hinkle, charged with grand
larceny; Arthur F. Schlckl, embezzle
ment, and John Henry O'Keefe, receiv
ing stolen property, were arraigned and
will plead today. A. A. Graham, ac
cused by George P. Luce of embezzling
$250 May -". while employed by Luce,
was arraigned and will plead next
Laborer Gets Judgment
Justice Stephens yesterday gave
judgment against James T. Boyle,
foreman of a construction force em
ployed by the Los Angeles Railway
company, in the Bull of Frlta VVlesch
, ndorff, a 66-year old street i
who demanded (265 on account of per
. somtl injuries.
Wleschendorff said he was attacked
\,\ i loyle .n Qi and avenue Aug i«t 11,
when ml suggested to b number of
Mexican laborers carrying a sixty-foot
rail that they take a,rest. He «vai
i.. in tli" fan- several times, he
i. and was thrown against the
curbing, two ribs being broken by the
Divorce Decrees Granted
Divorce decrees wore granted In the
superior court yesterday to Anna M.
i, Joseph Rubldoux and
to William 11, Martin from Ella Mar
'i he follow Ing BUlta w< re Bled: Anna
Lealr t Harry A, Lesher, Ida
Cooper against Herbei I v.. < looper,
Henrietta 1.. Hayes against Nicholas
]■:. Haj '■ i and J. J{- Miller aga In i Jen •
Carpenter Will Filed
The will of Blanche Hubbel] Car
penter, 'iv ho died at i icatlaw, Mexico,
'\iiif,' an entate In llul
lywood and I." Angeles valued ;it
about $100,000, ivaa filed for probate
yesterday, .Mrs. Carpenter bequeathed
Give a Glove or Mi——«■ ■■ ■■■■■■■■iii| Have Vow Visited
U yO u'l lt7 n 'e jriwL™ tnc | I 'Lor Ttf^s*l^ 'SAS?
on ever, ilnnr and /if advance credit ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ?* " ' '"*\ ",' *
department mam floor. BHOADWAY. EIGHTH AND MILL STREETS Christmas list. ,
In accordance with the request of other large stores in town, w e shall begin keeping our store open evenings on Sa^irday,
cember 18th and every week day thereafter until Christmas. This is done for the purpose of giving those engaged during reg
ular business hours opportunities for Christmas shopping in c ur large and commodious as well asmoncy-savjiig, store. ,
On this occasion we desire to say to the public, however, that WE DO NOT BELIEVE IN LONG WORKNG HOURS.
We believe riot only that the ladies of Southern California who can do their Christmas shopping during regular "ours
should make their purchases then, but that in the interests of the army of employes this shopping should be done as early in me
( a\ We'tm'ther believe thai these ladies, their clubs and other civic bodies should thoroughly organize a movement looking to
ward the closing of every store in town at 6 p. m. every day in the year. Such questions are for the public to decide, ami v
In the meantime, we accede to what seems to be the present popular demand, and keep our store open evenings until Christ
mas. beginning Saturday night of this week. Our Restaurant will remain open until Bp.m. on these evenings.
Don't Wait-Get the Toys and Dolls Now!
J■'•' * £■"*> .Minnie head, moving eyes with Substantially built chairs, In Fur boys and students experl- 4^fljfl K|'*ft
<^2BBB^<^j» eyelashes, shoes and stockings. mahogany finish; gold-tipped top. inent with mechanical models. A^^3 S^
&, i!v '"":#■ Latest fashion dressed dolls, n 11r ,.. , dressers, sideboards, Sheet steel orated and letter ■LTj'**^^^ W
ws^*Ss^%^v "ith hat- *"'"'*' StCK lill';- '■' chlftonlers and china closets here, cd; with 8 sections curved track. Mf^mSfrJ
CJ "— „. ,„,,,. m „.,,, or cabs upholstered m" notary cylinder printing presses that will picas- tf* j£
M briKht colons^ ranisol to match, steel axles and the boy; simple in construction yet mechanically JJ
Women's Imported Kid Gloves—Special for the Holiday Sale QOc
A newly arrived lot of kid gloves, in black, white and all the fashionable colors Come in two-clasp style cable *f (j \\
sewed. Made of the finest selected skins. Every pair warranted and fitted. Be sure to lee these K»ov";__^J^J
Christmas Notes from Our Drug Department
Mirrors make acceptable j^^»«SaS2ftS£^a * J F*^'^SSJK^2l£ §£
gifts. Here are some items worth 852.50, but Friday they are specially $£i J.Tfrat"^.. C.?...??.?:..^"..T . ... . *PU
in Men's Shaving Mirrors ADaUSTABLKBHAVIKa M.UK- .* »*i - ft triplicate MIRRORS—with as- $J M
that are extra values. ADJUSTABLE SHAVING mirrokb a^ j-/\ sorted oak framea. Bent French plato K'j till
tnai are cxi r «i vaiu«. Qm oJ t;| momt popular kinds to be J) /\O\J iai. Each glass Cby 1 Inches In «P / •U\f
Other kinds and Styes had . 6 . 1n . plate glass m , rro r. Priced at kd size An actual ,3.00 value. Special U
range from $1 to $15. _„.,-. ...., _._. L~~I~-—l~l~^-~'-l^-J-'J~I~^l--'— — .—
-WOMEN'S COAT SWEATERS—The Best Ever Offered Anywhere at $^.50 i
We-ve n,ade special P-Parations for this sal. but ;;;".;;•::',':• ngyj^^g l^.?^TonT. ollwdayr^;iSS: ** = |j
£^£a^g^^ Choice of red. R ray. navy and white. These come In all sizes j
Kemnants liress Goods ana Silks cr^"i sss^js, \y cj
At Attractively Low Prices WOOL MIXED DRESS GOODS. YARD 3
/IT S\lTratllVLiy i^uw 1 ""• . iv M . ilulli t an cych«clu and mixed matertali In JkfSC
Note These Few Items il splendid color. Make nice warm dresses for women V**%»
I\O*C i moi- m. \-iv '"-»'" or children •; .•.'•."*.".•■ I'--"! .•"■"• ,
Yarai Pieces $2 to $3 Brinidoth, jB^CII 59 C LINEN n DAMASK CLOTHS AT, EACH $2 .50 "
IaTQ JI,£CSS $1 -iiv «PJ Bi «Jld»J.-0.. -„ JU-ViUl 2 l,v I!-- yards in s,/,-. AM pare linen, mil 1,h,,,1,ed. JSZ.SU
Useful nieces for many purposes. Be sure to pee them. splendid quality and unuaually choice patterns
'' ' - ■>■! hy fi napkin* tv match, dottn, la.flo.
am and Fancy Silks Wortb $1 Ya:: SQ C gsc seamless sheets at, each/q/"
Cnnd useful lengths In all colors. Come 19 inches wide. 2»,» by -'•.• yards square. Made expressly for us. Of (}VC
11 "■ übciui b tough and wear restating bleached iheetlng
«S M. a ~—■ * — ... '69c White, tan and gray. Heavy quality. Bofl and Huffy J) 1 . " O
1-10 " „, „ . ? White, tan and gray. Heavy quality- Soft nnd Huffy j)1,70
$1 39 All-Wool Black Fan:::.: Clotn 7Q C L^^i ii:. ili l. t. a. ti.i' oun. i.". ■ — :-^^^u -
I very popular material., ateh black. Full 50-inch. '7^ ENGLISH MADRAS WAISTING. YARD
Ef« Lot of Woolen Remnants Quarter Off 1 !;::^i^;;^ i;:;^il^:J i ;;,r: 1 ,Isr %Tr
2e.i variety of weaves and c ol ors. . toward pieces. grades 60c and 75c yd. Watrt length*. Nicely boxed....
EndlOM variety Of weaves and COIOW. BtO . >■'■■' '""
M^taM^M ßMiMiMcniatMC«w»waa>i»iWMW»"«"i»i^" Ma**^^C3"''**"al^'M"la^w'll'^'M*'lll!^'''M''^'**Ml>l'll^^
i i hnidißßi In tin- Douglas coin
he, bond holdings £ii rem ainder
old "on. Hubbell
Court Will Endeavor to Determine
Whether Gold in American River
Is Easily Found
Whether or not the bed of the Amer
ican r iver, or that portion of It to
which the N dglnß
company claims ownership, In i' 11*"1
with gold like wheat In a bin a state
ment attributed to Dr. W. R. Prl'
of Long Beach—wbi not deteri
In Justice I ourl yesterday, and
i!,,. preliminary examination <>i Price
„„ .' char ge of obtaining I from
Dr Mary J. Helm ■on false representa
tions was continued until 1 o - locK
Monday. By thai time it la exp<
State Mineralogist Aubury will have
arrived In Los Angeles from San Fran
i-lsco to testlfs In " , :<"/' '.',;'
whether the river bed Is padded with
gold or merely yellow sand.
Mrs Ella Howard of Long Beach,
vho said she was Induced by i>> ■
Price ntations a.- to the value
of the property to purchase stock, was
one „,- t be chief witnesses called by
Deputy District Attorney Mcl artnej
„,,. the prosecution y «ti rday, W hlle
not believing nil of Dr. Pricey* opti
mistic statements, she said she thought
they had some foundation of tact,
.■j waa ■, j r woman and unable to
wo,k,- said Mrs. Howard. "I bought
B tock In the company believing i
receive an Income."
Gets Damages for Injury
A |ury In Judge Hervey'a court yes
terday rei'irned a verdict awarding
si ion to Fred - ordler In hla suit against
Max E H, Keffel for $16,000 damages
,„, account ol personal Injuries. Cord
ler tell Into a well on Keftel 1* prop
erty several months ago and suatained
permanent Injuries,
Repairs Auto; Is Injured
ASBURY PARK, N. J.. Dec. 16. ;
Charles .1 Bowler of this city decided
yesterday to gave c tow dollars by re
pairing his own automobile. Today ne
\ a in t)i>d with painful Injuries. The
oUne tank of hla machine exploded
while he wai searching for :i leak with
•i lighted match. Bowler was blown
through the Bide of the garage, and the
nutomobili ■ ;-'' were both com
-4 ii tely wrecked. The loss is |IS,OOO.
! Mining Man Apprehended on Tele.
graphic Instructions from Gold.
field, Nev., Not Wanted
D R Hughey, formerly a mining
broker of Qoldfleld, N«v., who was ar
rested several Ways ago on telegraphic
Instructions from the dlstr* I ] ttornej
in that city ana later held In Jail on a
fugitive from Justice warrant, uas n
. from the countj Jail yesterday.
■i i,. le lea -■ was ordered following the
receipt of a second telegram from the
district attorney's ofßce at Qoldfleia, in
which it was stated Hughey was not
W The telegram Biking for Hughey'i
arrest Btated that he wa« wanted to
answer to a charge ><t passing a ncti
tious heck for 11961, the complaint
i , ins sworn to by J. H. Lane. He
explained alter his release that there
w is i o basis for the charge, ai he had
unlimited i redit at the bank on which
the check was drawn, exhibiting as a
proof of his assertion a note for 125,
■ ne i by the bank's president, which,
he said, could be used In/the event of
the li Uer's absence and in oasi money
was ded In mining transactions.
.• « ♦
Following were the permits Issued Thurs
.l:i v: '
Warfl»— Permits. Values.
First , l *l.oon
Second 4 e-m
Third : !
Fourth ,'.■.'.■.■.;'."■.;■.■.■.'.'.'■.'.!'.'.'.'.'.".! i" «!im
Fifth 10 17-2'lo
Sixth 4 -'■ m
Seventh ' 6o°
Ninth I ftl-™
Totil 26 »'or'°
Twen >■ c-«.i.■ i street, 1411 VVeit Dr. T.S.
Bin, oi.-ner and builder; two-story five-room
rfslilenee; $400.
Klngsley drlv« and Third Htreet—Mary J.
G;it>>^, owner and builder; »tory seven
room residence; $3000.
i Cahuenga 'street—John M Hall, owner nm]
builder; one-story nvc-room resilience; 11600.
Forty-fifth street, IBM West-Walter P. .
owner; 7.. Mercer, builder; two-story three
room residence; $300..
Grand avenue. 8029 South— Kate Cahill,
owner; J. C. Mel,afferty, builder; two-atory
eevon-room reildQtico] $4600.
Fifty-second place, 708 West—l E. Para
niore, owner; Paulson % Paulson, builders;
one-story six-room residence: $1600.
Fiftieth street, G22-2tS Easi John Thomas,
owner: II Flack, builder; three-Mtory twelve
room residence; $4000.
i. Morgan avenue, $m v. ii. Bherart, owner;
Oeorge K. Palmer, builder: one-story flve
,ruom residence; Jl.'OO.
Santa Monica and I.pmnn« avenuesl*. R.
Payne, owner; Harvey Building company,
builder; one-etory four-room residence; lISOO.
Aidmore avenue and Third street—ll. W. 1
Helm company, owner und builder; two-story I
nine-roam residence; foOoO. I
Terrace Height! avenue, 5243—X. H. Beers,
owner; Enterprise Building company, builder;
one-story five-room residence; $17no.
Forty-fifth street, I-'- 1 ' .inst—Y. Sandovol,
owner and builder; one-story flve-room resi
dence; $;00.
Fifty-third street. 11"S Welt— Darmo
dy, owner; M A. I>nde, builder; one-story
Ove-rooin residence; 11 ISO
Fifty-third street. 1134 West—Rose -Darmody,
owner; M. A. Brnde, builder; one-story flve
room residence; *14.'.0.
Olive street. 957-61 South—Paston Brothers,
owners and builders; alterations of garage;
Votes street, 42* '■'.'> South—J. N. Dunkln.
owner; R. I*. Adam I*, builder; one-story five
room residence; I10i"0.
Western avenue, :i-<S2—Mrs. Amanda Face»
ml»e, owner and builder; one-story elx-room
residence; $2000.
Occidental bouleVard, 706 West—Lucia L.
niervett, owner; O. W. Butler, builder; two
■tory eight-room Id nee; $3r>oo.
Qraniercy place, 851— Mllbank 7i Chase,
owners and builders; on* and one-half-story
reiidenc*: $3000.
Oramercy place, MS Same as above; $3000.
Spring street. 100 West—Equitable Ravings
bank, owner and bulUler; alterations to
building; {400.
San Pedro, Fifteenth and Center streets—
i: M. Denton, owner; .1. C. Wllthrow, builder;
one-atory six-room residence; $1400.
Will Not Accept Honor
WASHINGTON, [»■<■. 18.—Olftord
Plnchot, chief forester of the United
States, to whom It was said an offer
had been made to become president of
the University of Michigan, returned
to Washington today from Chicago and
declared he did not intend to give up
liis governmental position.
Puritas Distillled Water
A Safeguard of Health
Copious drinking Of Puritas- DU
tillt 'i Water is our of the slmptei i
and most effective health precautions
a person can take. Distilled water is
H natural solvent, but the minerals In
natural water clog the system "and
induce rheumatism and kidney trou
ble. Distilled water keeps the body
Bweet and clean.'
Puritas — twice distilled — aerated
with pure ozone—is the only reUattly
pure water obtainable hereabout.
Have a demijohn of Puritas always
in the house. See that every member
of the family drinks plenty of this
pure, ioft, sparkling water. The use
of Puritas will save you many a sick
room bill.
Five k;'H""* cost only fn cents.
.lust telephone us. Home 10053, Sun-
Bel Main 8191—and We will supply
you promptly. Los Angeles Ice an<]
1 c :old Storage < !o,
Christmas Cheer
in Bottles
The season of jollity suggests proper
provision for the Inner man—and wo
man. a cheering "nip" will warm the
cockles of the heart. Every home
should have a bottle of our dollar full
quart "Cedar llrook" or "ItlHck Hawk"
whisky, or an assortment of our choice
wines for the benefit of casual oallei
Hospitality demand i It at this festive
ion 1 and here you can get the purest
and finest In the city.
Week End Specials:
/Infandfl—The great natural remedy
against the dreadful American curse —
dyspepsia.' Take It at meal times in
stead of wine "and coffee. *
!<><■ Grade, Ciallon 30c.
Sherry—lnvaluable for sauces and for
flavoring gravies. "100 grade, (iniion uOc
Tokay Wines of golden color; a real
nectar. ft tirade, (in I Inn ~3<!
Malt Marrow—The great bone and
blood builder, Regular price $2.50.
Dozen $1.73
"Ki<-h Grain" Whisk? The talk of the
town. A genuine Kentucky whisky, 6
years old. Look at the stamp and be
convinced. Regular price $i. jo.
Bottle Mr.
Grumbach Wine Co.
Phones — Main 2293; Home F8266.
F. B. Silverwood
Hutb and Broadway
The Home of Hart, Schaffner .
. & Marx Clothing. '•:<'.

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