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Magnificent Display Hall Where Tenth
Annual Automobile Show Is to Be Held
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General view of the main floor as arranged for the tenth annual show of automobiles in the city of New
York, and which thousands from all over the country will attend in Madi son Square garden, January 8-15.
100 MILES IN
EIGHTY MINUTES
SCHEDULE TODAY
JAKE DE ROSIER'S TIME FROM
THIRTY TO 100 MILES
TRACK RECORDS MADE BY THE
FRENCHMAN PREVIOUSLY
But It Is Expected Every Record of
Park Will Be Wiped Out Today
When Speeders Take
to Track
Ever, since ho arrived here Jacob
li,-rosier lias been anxious to take a
crack at the 100 miles record. On the
day Jack Prince opened his now world
famous Coliseum track he sought per
mission to attack it, and was consider
ably aggrieved when it was refused.
However, he obtained the opportunity
and realized his ambition. In compe
tition he rode 100 miles In less than 100
minutes, setting up a world's record for
the distance of 1:37:59, which cut near
ten minutes off the previous record,
1:17:44. held by Robert Btubba of Bir
mingham, Ala. Derosier bettered all
previous track records from thirty
miles upward, his time for each five
miles being as follows:
Deroßier's /"World's
Mile.. Time. Record.
. * 4 -23 ;|_s „ 3:56 3-5
1i'....!...'"... • 8:45 8:18
11...: * 13:12 12:53
10 •<• 17.11 17:01 2-5
:21)............. "• 25:07 23:1S
* *• Ken 31:20
•;r, M 3403 2-5 37:13 2-5
ii..'.'.....'.;.... •> 88:64 42:32 3-5
If , " 43:29 47: 2-5
M •• 4S:l'l 53:11 1-5
THE
White
CAR
i _•■■ ■ .
jh Bk^M^^H
You owe it to yourself to thor
oughly investigate the White
Steamer before purchasing : a
car. '
Did you ever hear of an en
gine, the WHITE STEAM
ER, being stalled on a railroad
track in front of a train, or in
front of a street car?
*?
: INVESTIGATE
The improvements in the 1910
engine make it beyond any
question the smoothest run
ning automobile power plant
manufactured, today.
THE WHITE COMPANY spent lingo
sums of money In ten years' time matt
ing absolutely Impartial tests in com
parisons of different gasoline machines,
with tho best corps of engineers In the
United States to judge.
Not being committed to any fad or
preconceived ideas, and not having largo
sums invested ln < out of date patterns
and machinery, you, MR. BUYER, get
the benefit of this when you buy a
WHITE GASOLINE! CAR. If you want
the best and latest In gas car construc
tion you can only get it by buying a
WHITE at »2000 or a foreign at twice
the WHITE prtoe.
: 'See these wonderful cars at
our new salesroom and garage
—the largest on the Pacific
coast on one floor.
ONE ACRE OF IXOOU SPACE
Pacific Motor Car
and Aviation Co.
GEO X.' (TMMIN'tiS, President.
11. 1). KVI'S, Manager.
1217-31 South Flower Street
I.OS ANOEtWI, CAI..
■ Telephones Main 8«80i Home 601.11.
Arrange ' with us now to store your
car. Belt prices and bent aervlce.
65 •_• 68:14 4-5 DS:23 4-5
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15........ ** 1:04:21 4-5 1:03:22 4-5
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--, •• 1:13:46 1:20:00 '-»
80 •• 1:18:34 l-B 1:25:10 2-5
s.-, 1:23:25 8-6 1:30:37
0.1 " 1:28:18 1-',...,. 1:36:03
M »« t:33:12 2-5 1:48:03 1-5
100!...'......... "1:37:59 1:47:44
•Derkum leading. "World's records. "*Mit
cbel leading.
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Moon Increases Plant
To make possible the fulfillment of
the large orders placed by agents from
Florida to Washington for 1910 Moon
cars, the Moon company has found it
necessary to make further additions
and changes in its St. Louis plant.
The adoption of compressed air for
factory use was signalized last week
by the installation of a high-capac
ity compressor. . Air-driven drills and
riveters-will now be used to facilitate
assembling. This will make it pos
sible to complete ehasls of two new
models—the $1500 thirty and tho $8000
forty-five—more promptly. The com
pressor is electric driven, of the West
inghouse make, similar to those used
by traction companies for compressing
air for brakes.
— m—m
Business Necessitates It
Charles S. Howard of the Howard
Automobile company Is in Los Angeles
to look after the Interests of the I."
Angeles branch of that concern, who
are Pacific coast distributors of Bulcka
and OldsmobHea. Howard ls accom
panied by William Powers, the well
known salesman, who lias been con
nected with the San Francisco sales de
partment of that firm for the past year.
It is understood that Powers will re
main ln the southern city for a month
at least, his services there becoming
urgently needed by the unusual and
early activity in the sales of Buick
automobiles.
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Buys a Buick
M. S. Gregory, a prominent club
man and meniber of the city council,
took delivery Christmas day of a
model 17 40-horsepower Buiek. The
car was equipped in the handsomest
manner possible and drew much fa
vorable comment at Ascot park Sun
day, when Mr. Gregory went to view
the Buick car driven to victory in the
fifty-mile race.
* , * .
Moline Joins Licensed Association
Wilson & Buffington, agents for the
Moline, ate in receipt of a, telegram
from the Moline factory stating that
they have been elected members of
the Association of Licensed Automo
bile Manufacturers, and hereafter all
Molinea sold will be licensed under the
Selden patent.
. *».*-
Growing by Leaps
The demand for electrics is growing
by leaps and bounds. Years of steady
growth have been followed by a sud
den popular demand. There are now
electrics in many places where a year
ago not one was in use.
•♦—»
Buy Diamond Grips
Among the many recent purchasers
of the Diamond grip tires are George
.1. Birkel, Harry Turner, Irving E. In
graham, E. K. Braley and O. Jay
Johnson.-
Sultan Still in Business
The sultan of Turkey seems to be In
business at the old stand, as he has
just placed his order for live more elec
trics.
ANNANDALE RESIDENTS
WANT NEW SCHOOL RULES
i
Dissatisfaction with Trustees Causes
Filing of Petition with County
Superintendent
Dissatisfaction with the three trus
tees of the Annandale school district
culminated yesterday when Annandale
residents filed a petition with Mark
Keppel, county ■ superintendent of
schools, asking that the district In
question be divided into five small dis
tricts.
There are five school* at Annandale,
each located In a small valley, and
each building some distance from the
others. Keppel has referred the peti
tion to the district attorney, who will
pass upon Its legality, if the Annan
dale district legally can be divided as
is requested Superintendent Keppel
probably will comply with the request.
Under the state law. the inn.ls of
families of a school district to tha
number of thirteen must live more
than two miles from the schoolhouse,
provided there are not more than 3000
school children in the district.
As the districts, If made at the pe
tloners' request, would be much less
than two miles square, and as tin-p
--are only 293 children In the district, it
ls not likely that the petition will be
granted and the new districts made,
MARIE LOUISE LOGAN
TO MARRY BELGIAN
NEW YORK, Jan. I.—Mrs. John-A.
Logan, Jr., has announced the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Marie
Louise Logan, to Henri de Sincay of
Brussels, Belgium. M. do Slncay ls the
son of Gaston de Sincay of Brussels,
who is at tin* head of the zinc in
dustry In Belgium. m. Sincay came
here last summer with excellent letters
of introduction and was In Newport for
tin- season, Where he gave a dance at
Bergers in return for many courtesies
received. ■ .. v
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1010.
GRAND AVENUE
ON HIGH GEAR
OAKLAND "40" DEMONSTRATES
ABILITY TO CLIMB HILLS
Little, Noiseless Machine Takes to 23
Per Cent Grade Like Duck
to Water Time and
Again
Should you see a handsome machine,
painted a subdued red, without any
glare In it, but radiant in colors which
please the eye, ami .01 the hood of the
machine in gold letters you read.
"Grand Avenue on the High Gear,"
you are looking at the Oakland "40,"
the car that actually does what that
sign reads. What does it mean? Sim
ply this. That this car will take you
If you wish to have a personal demon
stration, and from an almost standing
start will run you up the heavy 23 per
cent grade of Grand avenue, one of the
hardest and steepest hills in the city
of Los Angeles, and do it with so much
ease that when you have reached the
top you will wonder how you ever
reached there, and the little car Just as
fresh to do it over again as when she
started.
There can he no doubt about this, for
the camera of the Herald official pho
tographer cannot tel la lie, and only
last week the Herald auto man, with
the photographer and the manager of
the Woodill Auto company, did it over
and over again, Just to gee what the
car would do.
"On the high" means the fullest speed
gear the car may take, and -when The
Herald tells you that this car went up
that grade she did it on the "high," but
this is not the strangest thing she did.
A. O. Woodill, superintendent of the
Woodill Auto company, was driving
the machine, with Gilbert Woodill ln
the tonneau of the car. Having reached
the summit of the grade, which, as
stated, ls a 23 per cent hill, the car
came down half way, and without a
stop turned on the street and went to
the ten as easily as though she had
been on South Olive street. Hence the
new trade mark which appears on the
hood of the car, "Grand Avenue on the
High Gear."
The splendid success achieved by ,
Oakland motor cars since their concep
tion ran only be attributed,to the fact
that they have met every require
ment demanded by their purchasers.
By Its meritorious and consistent
performance the good qualities of the
Oakland "40" were at once recognized,
and the record made by this car dur
ing the season has been convincing
proof of its worthiness. As a hill
climber (and this is undoubtedly the
severest test) the Oakland "hi" has
proven tiself to be leader among all
cars regardless of price.
As a contestant in numerous hill
climbs this ear not only won in the
class in which it was entered but was
usually victorious in tie $5000 class
.111,1 has taken the honor in the free
for-alls, defeating cars of higher rat-
Ing and selling from $3000 to $5000.
' For 1910 ibis model does not differ i
materially, except In refinement of I
detail, Every Improvement possible j
has been made, and among them ,
might be mentioned a mahogany dash
which Will take the place of the
shroud (on the touring ear): brake
drums have been increased to 34
Inches in diameter; the oil tank is in
tegral With the crank case; tniim-a |
doors have metal panels and alumi
num moulding: Hi" accelerator pedal
has been placed between the clutch
and brake pedals; the gasoline tank
has reserve compartment tor two-gal
lons and there is a sight teed on the
oil pump. __„,- i
In general appearance the finish of
the car is all that could be sired,
and (Ids model deserves the fullest in
vestigation by those contemplating
the purchase of a car of the Oakland
"40" type.
. ___._.___,—i—i—
Knows All About Car
Among the recent deliveries of llulcks |
by the Howard Automobile company is
a forty roadster to Joseph Rose, for
the as ( year connected with the L_o,i
Angeles branch Of the Howard Automo- j
bile company, hut now of Warm
Springs, Hose is an automobile man
of wide experience and Information I
and was guided In his own purchase hy |
the high regard In which he holds the I
Bulck products, and his knowledge j
gained from his Intimate association ,
with these cars, of their superior quaNj |
ltles and great durability. ,
See That Wheels Run True
See that the wheels always run true.
The unequal planes of some wheels
will cause unusual strains which wear
the tire out very rapidly.
3%
Wo pay 3 per cent on checking account*
where minimum balance Is not lew*
than $300. LOS ANGELES Till AMI
SAVINGS BANK, Central Building,
sixth and Main.
I I '
Shoes Half Prict aad Less
Over two hundred big display bargain tabid
are displaying shoe* for man.' woman and
children, on Ml* In many Instances for ha;.'
price and I***. Convince yourself and conn
10 tb* MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE,
MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE,
tin South Broadway.
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"Just as Good"!
|||l!lfill| j|l""«ij pi jj
i;|| Hi I H'j
\ i. ij §
I; lit "
111 "Just as good as aB.& K. 1 3
|l System made-to-order suit," =- t
j is an expression heard fre- ~ s
quently when men talk ' =£■ 1
clothes. MAYBE so—but J_— I
to know that men consider ate J~ |
,B.& K. Tailoring the stand- lll^T^ I
ard is mighty gratifying. \'_^ \/\ I I
11 I And it's' a certainty no one 'f t~r»" \\ E
1 has ever truthfully said 9 *~A^|l |
J "better than B. &K. | J .V.Vfl I
We have a reputation to N_2r*¥T jl I
protect and. you may depend 1 1
on it that a garment never Unl f §
leaves our shop unless the Imi E i
style, tailoring and fabric iP^ II
have the approval of the l^rjA 1
critical eyes of our depart- C^^wyll \
ment of inspection. Vfif r ll f
We are always ready to I' jib I
impress you with the superi- './''(li 1
' ority of B. &K. System (fT jjjlß I
made-to-order clothes. They |||| I
cost no more, but you'll find |||l 1
them much more satisfac- ll|| I
tory. So why not let it be: . I |i|| 1
RESOLVED, To wear i illl §
B. & K. clothes during 1910. |||| |
Suits to order, $20 to $50. lIEB I
Overcoats to order, lEII I
liiii II 11 bull 111 I
BRAUER & KROHN
"Tailors to Men Who Know"
128-30 S. SPRINO, Cor. 3th mi Spring 114% S. MAIN
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CONSTIPATION
AND PILES
<^?}^SvV^vv»A\V&/fc permanently cured at HOME by using
Jjr^flr^^^^^r^fll A ELECTRO-THERMO DILATORS, the
-^^tcrTDnliw^t^H) guaranteed drugless cure. Sold in
-^j^C.l.fc.CTyo 4|P* l'llil| sets of lour. If not entirely satisfac
"tSCN., » nil atop rzAiil tory, arte,- a. trial of thirty days, re
•«KS^.oi**s,!r^ o o'yE/n0'yE/nr y turn to '""' office and we.will refund
-^yy^issg'JJ )')'J)/*V§ " the purchase price. Electricity com
■*J47f'*' fi*'>£ay* hlned with dilatation cures where
,_.„ „,,., nttent modicTnes failed. The following is one of the
S2H us from cured patients, if you will call at our
■',- , ,ii evil n the use of "in- appliances nnd show you many
lelini^:,, f pnti" t«'who'h.nv Leen cured by the use of Blectro-
Thermo Dilators, If you cannot call, write for free illustrated booklet.
WESTOATE, Gal., Dec. 11, 1909.
Electro-Surgical Appliance Co., Lo* Angeles. Call
Cienflemen-Some two months SCO 1 purchased a set of your J-.lectro-Ther-
Dio Dilators far constipation, piles, kidney trouble and a general run down
condition. At that (line I bad to use a cane in order to walk around,
caused l.v DO circulation in Ibc left leg, which had been broken, rawing
congestion. Within three week* after beginning the use of your dilators
i was abb- to throw the can* sway, and can now walk a* well as I did
twenty year* ago. Mv bowels move regularly every day, and the piles nre
entirely cured. Mv kidney* are belle- than they have been for forty year-,
i cannot say too much In the way or praise far what your appliances
have done for me, nnd thank you and the Ira-Therm,. Dilator* far my
present condition. 1 have formerly used the rubber dilator* boat any
result*. Ite«i.e ifaily yours, JOSEPH H. K1.1.15, Bos IT.
What we have done for others we can do for you. A trial is all we
olt Jo convince Call at our ofllce and examine these appliances, on
*uUat?on Strictly confidential. ELECTRO-SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO..
Rooms 407-409 I. W. Hellman Bldg., 411 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
y. ''
Strictly High Glass
Painless Dentistry
Discriminating people investigate
before having dental work per
formed. It costs you nothing to
come and have a talk with me.
Main Dental Parlors
308 SO. MAIN ST.
Dr. H. ErwOOd, Proprietor
4Qfe NEW YEAR'S^m
\s_VTjr___Jl'l "'k^" resolutions and tuin*s333uf
*£&§sSe over leaves. Thousands of
aa people annually resolve to do thing*, at
II January l. 1910. resolve to do and to Jf
11 open a bank account where you can If
/I get the *am* conveniences nearly l/V
9* 15,060 men and women found to he Off
n not .i novoltay but a necessity. Just
If ask any of them if they would «l
l\ chango back to the old way of not fl
|| being able to get into the hank be- M
if fore I" In tha morning and to M U
If scolded if they i.-.imn in 5 minute* «
fl past 3. Think of the convenience a
M and the satisfaction of knowing you m
M can deposit, draw or borrow any «
Sl time night or day! II
MLLNICmDJXjI
NOTICE OE ANNUAL STOCKHOI.UEKS'
MEETING OF THE MINEKS AND
i MERCHANTS BANK.
: Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular annual stockholders' meeting of
the Miners and Merchants bank will
be held at their "branch" banking
room at 847 Central avenue on January
10, 1910, at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose
of electing nine directors and such
other business as may come before
the meeting. -
It is desired that all be present.
RALPH E. DOBBS, Secretary. I
.'■"■., :*_£-,■- ii.i.-V- inr.i" -r\ *--!*-, ,-Hc»\tn mtim-^n
J First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast *:
J. C. WILSON
MEMHEIt NEW YOHK STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE. 8. F.
CORRESPONDENTS '":.■■."■
HARRIS, WINTHROP & COMPANY
OFFICES—HOTEL ALEXANDRIA, 11l Wet Ilfth St.
HOTEL DEL CORONADO. Coronado
MILLS BUILDING, San Franciaco
PALACE HOTEL, San Franrlacn _.. .
Open December 15. ,
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by
Calling Home 119
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
FI2S2—TELEPHONES— MAIN 8798 _
CLEARING HOUSE EANKS
-~5aM officers.
IT 1 |.. .%■■■■>,_-,_.- president. ,
Commercial National Bank . . ggmtM^wcs. c«h..r.
Ommei Liai »*■* Capital, 5200,000.
_ . «.™„ Fourth ' Surplus and Undivided Fronts. 145.00*.
1,1 S. Spring, comer Fourth. _^_ _ _ ■—-—■ Freal dent.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank charles setleb. caahi.r.
„ 'aZ'm'mA Main Surplus and Proflta, 11,900.000.
Corner Fourth and Main. ___ ,
. — " J M ELLIOTT. President. • „,
F, ,=♦ Ma ional Bank W. T. S. HAMMOND. caahiar.
.ISt Na ional W'"l Capital Stock. 11,250.000.
_____,_^i^^ij^ .lua and Proflta. 11,628,000.
«a ir corner Second ana spring. . __________ - —■—
S. E. corner —H. HOLLIDAY. Prealdent.
Merchants National Bank chas._ mjwb* cm.,.
__n^ ss «r____»_ S s & ■ rrrtMsra£*i —
National Bank of California f^SSSt 0"""- .
• V E corner Fourth and Spring. Burplus'and Undivided Proflt.. MM**,
— . ■ " ' S. F. ZOMBRO, PrealdenU
C ntral National Bank james b. gist, caahi.r.
ill.l Capital. 1300.000.
8 k corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Proflta. Wig;
■ ' i — _ WAHRE.'. QILLELEN. PiealdeoU
Boadw-v Bank & Trust Company R . w . kenney. caahier.
JUU *ia i- Capital. 1250.000. > ._.«
-,08-310 Broadway. Bradbury building., ■. Surplua and Undivided Proflta. >20»,00».
■ ■- ■ ■ — —— J 1 ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, PraaldenU
United States National Bank f. w. smith, caahiar.
■aaawf w Capital. J200.000.
8 E corner Main and Commercial. Surplus and Proflta. 173.000.
■ ' ' -— ~~~ R. J. WATERS, PrealdenU „j>Ki
Citizens National Bank w:.i. w. woods, caahi.r.
Capital. 11.000,000.
8 W. corner Third and Main. ' Surplua, WO.OOO. ___
J^SJNGELES^SAVjNGS 3ANKS _„,.
Title Insurance and Trust Co
(Corner Franklin and W*w High Btreeta) ' . ,
ISSUES POLICIES OF TITLE INSURANCE. ;; ?!
IBSUES CERTIFICATES OJ" TIT 7 **.
at*r» in AM, tbp«t rAP»riTIE«I. tel. EXCHANGE IX » ...^
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J^J_ HO MORE
COLD FEE!
• Poor circulation of the
->«o~* Ir'i.'B blood, nine times out of ten,
—fc_iC"*ff» 3«■ -a is the direct cause of Co'
SZT?S=3E^«I%; * 'JkwLa Feet. Electropodes stimula
*m\\»P *V% the circulationand male
2JMC PLATt-* cold, clammy feet warm ar
taunts mtaar/ee dry. .-,
A NEW ELECTRIC TREATMENT
Electropodes are metal Insoles, worn in the heels of the shoes. One is ««*«-
Uve and one. positive plate. The body becomes the battery, the nerves the
connecting wires—over which a gentle flow of electricity passes, building up the
entire system. •
What They Cure Your Protection
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head- Your Druggist signs a contract to
ache Kidney Trouble, Backache. refund the $1.00 you pay him for
Weak Heart, Sleeplessness, ,I,umba- Eloctropodos if they fall to effect*
go, Stomach and Liver Complaints are cv or . f they shouldi ater 30 days'
i^ yney CUr re ef2nd^. " CtrOPo,, " free trial, prove unsatisfactory,
,i.oo El^w^n a£^
or gentleman.
WESTERN ELECTROPODE COMPANY
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA
INTERESTING, ROU TESJ^nWEL ______
. _ ymmm FOR THE SUPERB
CZfl f _^___\<^l4-^* SERVICE, POLITELY
)l I l/CJ I IN GUIDED AND
*m*J\J V-^V-/'I--1-V,W-r INTERESTING
Reß°each Excursion •
Special Parlor Car Service
Initial Trip Monday, January 3rd
And. Every Day Thereafter i
Through the Heart of Los Angeles; the Garden Spots of the Southland,
Strawberryland; to the World's Greatest Bath House. Power Plant, Car
nation Fields, Moonstone Beach and many other attractions.
EVERY DAY FROM 2D AND SPRING STS. AT 10:20 A. M.
LOS ANGELES & REDONDO RAILWAY. '
BANNING LINE-Daily Serricc to
Santa Catalina Island
S. S. HERMOSA
GREATEST FISHING KNOWN
Miss Bottom Beats to View the MARINE GARDENS
BANNING CO., 104 t'arltlo Hie (trie building, Lo* Angel**.
I'linnes— M aln 4482: For.'*.
HOTELS-RESTAU RANTS-RESORTS -------
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The Largest and Best Tmti6i*lril C*flii>
Ventilated Restaurant imperial \JI*J*Z
From Spring to Broadway between Second and Third streets. Best ma
terials and conking dally from 7 o'c lock morning to 1 o'clock night. Mualo
from noon to close. Hear the tolling of our novel patented Electric Chimes.
C" A ITI7 RD ICTHT for the very best fare
v_j/vri!y DIVIO J. taJLs Go ._. iv ud ]ate and often and all
A dining place where out-of-the- the time W hen' you are hungry tOSS
ordinary dishes are the rule, where - _, - >''
flawless service is a fetich and where I £*"V"V C jJllfi --*$!?
music, real music, can always be M-A\^ V J *~9 V>fc*x%^
counted Ba.em.nt H. W. n.U»» bid,. *. W. CORNER THIRD AND MAIN.
Entire Basement H. W. Hellman bldg. "• " l ««««.« ""^ **" „„
Fourth anil Spring. Oars to Pasadena and all points.
/^^Mtf^.. et^f^t^J^ Y|esias Helminthological Institute
' Tapeworms, stomach snfl Intestinal irqrma.
'iS^ _^> >SOw anil all other parasites that may Infest th*
-a^L* *aS. body and »re the run mi of «o many aliment* ■
ingfci^^*^ ■" humanity I* heir to ran easily he removed
_ aiiiinh,.. without loss of time or lnennv»nlenca to th»
Cr^ patient by the Tgleela* Treatment • We are
*m A* -„- -sstm. th* sole no«s*«*or* of th» -"'■'•" remedies ,;
" IB t»*3^,m>zr*-» of the lat Hr. Marine! Vgleslaa. the great
•___. "JJ laT***' H.lmlnthologlst. All treatments under th* I
.-ar I I .upervlslon of Dr. C. J. Schmidt Conrolta- <
m^Ksern^ 'MM t l on j re ,_ Hours »a.m.toi p. m. 715 * ,
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I IN MISSOURI "~ "
a farmer "skinned" a stranger by selling him a *****fa.i n the ?••««'• '« :* e'
The .ganger soid It for „00. can Jj, a. weh righ« her* {,ow Ca" B 'eTd"fo, «
"THE MIRACLE TREE «-.*> «i. *$&$_
AMERICAN FORESTRATION COMPANY
.----. - 414 Beiurlly bldg.. ■■<.» Angeles
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