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EXPOSITION IS
GIVEN DISCUSSION
FOUR MEN EXPRESS SECTION-
AL VIEWS
OAKLAND SIDETRACKED BY SAN
FRANCISCO
Business as Well as Sentiment Actu
ates Promoters or Northern
and Southern Panama
Movements
SAN FRANCISCO, March 18.—
pediency rather than strict Justice
seems to permeate and animate tins
controversy between San Francisco
and Ban Diego In the matter of local
tni the exposition in commemoration
of the completion of the Panama canal.
A group of business men were ais
ousslng the rival claims of San Fran
cisco and San Diego In the court of th«
Palace hotel. The orchestra in the
balcony overhead was Inciting peace
and good win in the hearts el men f>*
its excellent rendition Of Bchubert"
serenade, and the music was reinforced
by the comfortable condition of the
stomachs of the audience, for It WM
the luncheon hour in the big tavern.
in the congregation of which I spoke
were representatives of four cities -
Ban Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland
and San Diego. They were hard
headed, practical, up-to-date traffick
ers in the marts of commerce; men
whose business it is to conserve^ the
main chance; experienced, alert high
priests of tho shrine of Mammon;
men accustomed to respond to every
knock at their doors by that Impatient
fugitive Opportunity, whose only hand
hold is the forelock and whose back
hair is clipped closer than the beard
of Hhagpat after the shaving.
One of the. San Diego men had Just
concluded a concise, succinct state
ment letting forth the salient facts In
the case of his city, none of which
were absolutely disputed by the oth
ers, although the San Francisco adyo
rates held to the sophistical contention
that Whle they had not explicitly an
nounced their Intention of commemo
rating the completion of the Panama
canal In their plans to celebrate the
anniversary of the discovery of the
Pacific ocean by Vasco Nunez de Hal
boa, nevertheless that was their In
tention.
Question of Location
"However," said one, "that Is neither
hee ncr there. The real question at
Issue between the two cities is whether
San Diego or San Francisco Is the
better place in which to hold the expo
sition."
"Are you speaking as a geographer
or as a San Franciscan?" the Ban
Dlegan asked. "Do you think San
Francisco Is the better nlaee because
it Is 'more centrally located," or be
cause San Francisco has a larger pres
tige, than San Diego?"
"Both." responded the San Francisco
man. Turning to one of the Los An
geles men. the San Dlegan asked him
what he would think of this argument
if the same question were at issue be
tween-Los Angeles and San Francisco.
"I wouldn't consider It for a mo
ment," promptly answered the Ange-
Jeno. 'Down our way we don't admit
that San Francisco la the geographical
capital of the state, and as for what
you call 'prestige,' we claim to possess
even morn of that Intangible essence
of universal favor than San Francisco
has acquired in the sixty years of her
existence 'as an American common
wealth."
"Yet some of your citizens are pub
licly advocating the submlslson of this
question to a conference of representa
tives from nil the commercial bodies
of the state," said the San Franciscan;
"and some of them have expressed the
opinion that San Francisco Is what
they call the 'logical' place to hold the
exposition."
'•I am not the keeper of my brother's
opinion," answered the man from Los
Angeles. "But, anyway, It Isn't a
question between Los Angeles and San
Francisco. If It were I am sure that
those citizens wouldn't talk as they
do."
"Of course not," retorted the San
Franciscan: "and If San Diego should
offer to turn over her claims to the
exposition In favor of Los Angeles,
every citizen would shout his head off
boosting for it."
..- "I don't deny that, either," replied
the Los Angeles man.
"Then It's a matter of expediency,"
remarked the San Dlegan: "a mere
matter of selfish aggrandizement." "•
"Of course," admitted the. Los An
geles man. "Did you imagine that It
was a problem In trigonometry, or a
philosophical discussion of altruistic
ethics?"
Oakland Sidetracked
"If that Is the view you take of I*."
interjected an Oakland rdtall mer
chant, "I have something to say. For
my part, and speaking for all the re
tall business men of Oakland, I will
say that wo are selfishly opposed to a
San Francisco exposition. Not only
wll! Oakland bo sidetracked by a show
In San Francisco, as she was by the
Midwinter fair and Portola festival,
but she will lost hundreds of thousands
of dollars that wll be spent by Oak
landers In San Francisco—dollars, gen
tlemen, that would otherwise be spent
in Oakland If it were not for the
temptation of the San Francisco ex-
GEO. WARD
Agent for
Goldsmith's
Baseball and
Sporting Goods
. No. 97 Goldsmith Official
League Ball has been adopt
ed by Southern California,
Trolley and Interscholastic
Leagues.
Baseball Headquarters
Rooms 210-211 Lissner Bldg.,
524 S. Spring Street
F2203
mm m^ataHH■mmm■■^^m^^^^^&
. WantaA Any article containing gold,
¥» (UlltU -silver or .; platinum, -Including
„ woru out! watches, chains, rings, j pins, arti
i ficial ; teeth plates, diamonds, coins, etc
Every house contains many articles; of this
kind which; are 'considered *, worthless, but
may be turned Into > quite a sum In. cash.
."all or "send postal. >; U. H. <JI All>, ' 430
Rroadway, room 616. : .
NEWS OF THE DIAMOND
WHEN the Southern State league
passes Into history for the win
ter season of 1908-W, the las! of
this month, all the clubs now playing
in that organisation, with the excep
tlon of the Redondo Beach team, which
will have a berth In the Southern < ai
tfornta Trolley league, will be incorpo
rated, wiih possibly an equal number
of other strong clubs, inio a new or
ganieatlon which Is now In the course
of formation. This new league will
possibly he called the Southern Cali
fornia Slimmer league, which is an
appropriate name, considering thai the
league schedule will terminate with the
approach of the winter months, 'icorge
M. Ward, who is promoting the new
organisation, Is In favor of making H
a twelve or fourtoen-elub league,
which will give the different towns rep
resented by clubs a greater variety or
teams playing on their grounds,
Which should create a greater interest
among the fans. Even In baseball
variety carries a certain spice with it.
and B lourteon-club league composed
,v strong clUbi should prove interest
ing sport to the summer fans. The
. lulv: th;it will ask to join the new
| league are Hughes, Gardenn. WhlHicr.
| v oiMiill-Mulse, Venice, Simla .Monica,
Goldsmiths, Gateways, Racycles, Fra
ternal Aids. Teomans, foiegrove and
Sim Pedro. A meeting of the managers
of the clubs will he held some time
next week at Ward's office In the Llss
ner building, when the organization
will he completed,
Beacon Leßrendt of the Union Hard
ware and Metal eompnny team Is re
(|iiest( d to call up Haskell.
The Teddy Hears go to San Fernando
Sunday and a hot exhibition Is antici
pated.
The Bants Barbara Juniors baseball
team, composed of players from the
I ages of 17 to 20 years, have organized
j and wish to hear from levins in Regard
ito Sunday dates. Answer through
| The Herald,
position. Even the profit of the hotels
and restaurants from the great crowd
that we would assemble would accrue
only after San Francisco had exhaust
ed .all her accommodations. Oakland
has been called 'the bedroom of San
Francisco'; during the progress of an
exposition in San Francisco Oakland
would he the second table, or perhaps
worse than that, for Pan Rafael and
Del Monte would probably Ret served
from San Francisco's 'groaning board'
before the steerage passengers in Oak
land were permitted to feast upon the
metropolitan leavings."
To say that the Oakland man's
creditor! were astounded li but put
ting it mildly. The San Franciscans
were visibly nhockod. They drew away
from the Oaklander as they would
have shrunk from the contamination
of one Infected with a dangerous dis
ease.
"la that your Idea of civic pride,
public spirit and the get-together no
tion of the patriotic booster?" re
proachfully questioned one of the San
Franciscans.
"No, it isn't," declared the man from
across the bay, "not if you are dis
cussing this question from the senti
mental point of view, but if you are
discussing it from the. standpoint of
dollars and nickels I must put my
civic pride in my pocket with the dol
lars. I can only ring up my 'public
spirit' on my cash register, and I can
only 'get together' to boost for my
own town. That's what you are all
doing when you come down to the
brass tacks of the proposition. Civic
patriotism, as you call It, is all very
well when it chimes with the Jingling
of the guinea, but when it doesn't it's a
discord to out torn torn the discord of
a Chinese orchestra. Sentimentally I
am In favor of San Francisco for the
exposition, but my sentiment la not so
deep-rooted In my .heart of hearts as
to bear blossoms to make a floral
wreath for the brow of him who robs
my till."
Sentiment and Business
There wasn't much more to say after
this suburban outburst. The San Fran
ciscans were too polite to remind the
Oakland man that he was in truth a
part of the citizenry of San Francisco;
the Los Angeles contingent was se
cretly rejoiced that they could recon
cile their (sentimentality with their
business principles, and the San Dle
gans laughed in their sleeves.
As a matter of fact even San Fran
cisco Is not unanimously eager to
finance a big exposition. It is ex
tremely doubtful If a popular sub
scription of a million dollars to ex
position stock could be raised in San
Francisco between now and the open
ing of the exposition. What San Fran
cisco is doing in opposition to the San
Diego exposition Is wholly in the hope
that if San Diego can be pushed out of
the running San Francisco will get all
the state and federal appropriations.
Those are the prizes that San Fran
cisco Is playing for. It was put to me
the other day in a nutshell by a well
known San Francisco business man
when he said: "If we don't get the ap
propriations we don't want the fair—
we are Jim .Dandles when it comes to
spending the other fellow's money, but
we are the tightest of tight wads when
it comes to putting up our own money.
We must have millions for rehabilita
tion, but we haven't one cent for the
exposition."
It must be admitted, however, that
San Francisco has achieved wide pub
licity through her effort to monopolize
this exposition. Some of this publicity
has reacted on the metropols with lu
dicrous effect. For example, some
grave and reverend signer of the mul
titude of "committees" conceived the
idea of asking: the navy department of
the nation to "donate" a warship ill
which a select band of boosters might
leisurely circumnavigate the globe
genially boosting for the San Fran
cisco exposition. Perhaps it wasn't a
properly conceived idea after all; per
haps it was an inspiration like some
Of those vouchsafed •to Joaquin Miller
or the Sweet Singers of the Berkeley
Halls of Fame. in idea or inspiration,
however, it was not only funny in It
self but provocative of funny thoughts
in others—like fat Jack Falstaff's wit.
It certainly inspired the secretary of
the navy to , the composition ,of .a
brochure of humor surpassing anything
that has recently been written by
Mark Twain, especially in the subtle
irony that lurks between every line.
Read It again O ye lovers of the re
tort courteous and the. quip modest;
read it again and revel in the Joyous
flavor of it, the exuberant persiflage of
the merry tale. >
The ~ request was certainly another
Instance of what San Francisco pro
poses to "do for her aggrandizement
and emolument on : somebody else's
money. What a jolly junketing party
that would have been if only Secretary
Meyer had chosen to look. upon the
petition seriously! How the glasses of
convivial reciprocity would' have
clinked from Senegambla. to Shimone
sekl; how the glad hands would have
extended across all the . seven seas!
But,.. alas, It . is not to be, and the
Junketers are mourning like Rachel for
her children—like the , whangdoodle in
the mountains of Hepsldam, with spe
cial : emphasis •on ' the last syllable of
the'< mountains. As , one of. the:: most
eminent ' journalists * of San ' Francisco
(himself '• a - humorist • of > irrepressible
mirth ion \ all ■ subjects : except ■> the Bal-
LOS ANGELES HICHAM): SATURDAY MORXI.XO, MARCH 10. 1010-
SOUTHERN STATE LEAGUE
Southern State loagua affairs are
running smoothly, judging, from the
report of the meeting held this week,
at which all teams were represented
with the exception of San Pedro, which
club Is requested to send a represent.!
tive to the next session without fail.
The following Schedule was adopted
for next Sunday;
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boa-Panama-Pacific exposition) gravely
wrote of another portion who made
fun of the Iridescent exposition dream,
Secretary Meyer "might be better em
ployed than In seeking to create a false
and inluiious conception of a great
undertaking." But what of the booster
who inspired the secretary's little joke?
COUNTY HIGHS MEET
TODAY AT HARVARD
Only Little Is Known About Relative
Merits of Ezch, Which Makes
Forecasting Winner
Impossible
Harvard field will be the scene of
the Los Angeles county high school
track meet this afternoon, when all
the high schools with the exception
of the two city schools, Los Angeles
High and Polytechnic, in the county
will be represented by their (leetest
an.l huskli i
As there are so many teams com
peting and so very little known about
the relative merits of each, the pick
ing of a winner In this meet is very
much of a guessing proposition. Sev
eral who think they have a good line
on the situation figure the U. S. C.
preps, Pasadena and Harvard as the
strongest contenders for the honors,
but that remains to be seen.
Long Beach High will come with a
Strong squad, Well supported by stu
dent routers, and as there are among
the entries several seasoned track
men who, with assistance from their
team mates, will figure to run up a
good many points and may develop
into a strong contender for the largest
total of the point columns. Throop is
another school thut is reported to
have a Strug squad.
SHOW TRAIN GREETED BY
BIG THRONG AT TUCSON
TUCSON, Ariz.. March 18.—The din
ner horn had no fascination for Tucson
tonight. The whole city forgot to go
home for the evening meal when the
exhibition train of the Los Angeles
chamber of commerce pulled into the
,s. nit hern Pacific depot about 6 o'clock.
Apparently every man, woman and
child in the place came to witness the
benild*d arrival of the agricultural
vaudeville.
cheers greeted the small army of
demonstrators as the big train rum
bled in and came to a stop.
Tucson was represented by her pub
lic officers, the chamber of commerce
and a big band. After the perfunctory
welcome had been extended to the vis
itors they were conducted to a line of
waiting automobiles which quickly fell
in behind the band for a parade up
Congress street.
The local chamber of commerce was
directly in charge of the reception and
led the way to the Old Pueblo club.
There dinner awaited the sojourners.
Their appetites were ravenous, as they
had hail no opportunity to oat since
leaving Douglas, many hours before.
The guests left the Pueblo club short
ly before D:9O O'clock tonight and went
at once to the t,ratn. where they retired.
They will have to bo up early in the
morning if they expect to receive the
earliest of the eager citizens.
ATLANTIC FLEET BEATEN
BY WARSHIPS ON PACIFIC
l
Sebree's Gunners Roll Up Score Far
Ahead of That Made by
Schroeder's Men
WASHINGTON, March 18.—By a
substantial percentage, the Pacific
fleet, commanded by Hear Admiral
Sebree, achieved a victory in battle
practice over the Atlantic fleet, com
manded by Rear Admiral Schoeder,
last year.
Under the new system of estimating
the efficiency of the fleet, not only in
big gun shooting, but in general ef
fectiveness, day, night and torpedo
battle practice, new averages of grad
ing have been established, with the
result that the grand score of the Pa
eitie fleet is given at 29.922 and that
of the Atlantic fleet at 21.678.
PRISONERS TAKEN TO SAN DIEGO
George 11. Rose and ' Misa Flora
Johnson, arrested Thursday night on
a charge of larceny from San Diego,
were taken to the southern city last
night in charge of. Detective Edward
Forbes. ■ The police- believe they
Sloped to this city. -^
SEEKS REVIEW OF WILL CASE
A petition has been filed in the su
premo court for a writ of review of
the decision of the superior court of
Riverside county in the will case of
Nellie Gla.ss, Who died in January,
1907. leaving an estate of about $9600.
STEAMERS ADDED TO
LOS ANGELES FLEET
Two New Vessels to Ply Between
Local Ports and Puget Sound.
Will Call at San
Francisco
Additional freight and passenger ser
vice between Los Angeles harbor and
Puget sound ports, with San Francisco
as a call port on the trii>, was an
nounced last night by the Alaska. Pa
cific Steamship company, through Man
ager M. TalDOt, At present the com
pany maintains a. service with the
steamer Admiral Sampson, but begin
nlng With the first of April two other
boats will be placed on the Senttle-Los
Angeles run.
These boats will he the Buckman and
the Watson, and a six-day service *\HI
lie Inaugurated. While they are essen
tially freight carrying vessels, both the
Buckman and the Watson have accom
modations tor 100 first-class and fifty
second-class passengers.
The new vessels were originally in the
fruit carrying trade between New York
ami the Weal Indies, and are equipped
with cold rooms ol a capacity Of ZW
tons each. These will be utilized in
carrying perishable freight, fruits and
vegetables between here and northern
points, The cold rooms are kept at a
temperature of 88 degrees,
The schedule to be inaugurated the
lirst of the month calls for stops at all
points at Sun Francisco and Oakland,
and on Puget sound at Seattle, Taco
im.i, Everett, Anacortes, Belllngham
and South Belllnjham, m addition to
these direct points, the company main
tains connections with Vancouver, Vic
toria and Port Townsend.
Thi Alaska I'm Iflc aleo runs boats
from Seattle to points in Southwestern
Vlaska, Including Valdes, Cordova, Be
ward, Saldovlu and Kodiak. Boats on
this run at present operate every fifteen
days, leaving Seattle on the fifth and
twentieth Of each month.
AUTOMOBILE TRAFFIC
REGULATIONS CHANGED
Police Commission Adopts Policy for
otands in Congested Down
Town District
It was a nice little social party of
drivers of public automobiles and
backs that met with the police commis
sion last night to work out some so
lution of the traffic problem. Mayor
Alexander cracked Jokes and every
one seemed to enjoy himself thorough
ly except a few of the automobile men
Who have had stands on the cross
Streets and will now have to hunt
other locations.
As a result of the conference the
police commission adopted the policy
that hereafter no more permits for
public vehicle stands will be granted
on the cross streets between First and
Seventh streets. These streets are so
narrow that this action was found im
perative.
But the number of automobile that
may stand in a block In Spring street
was Increased from eight to ten, five
on each side. The number in Broad
way is limited to two on each side of
the block. Hill and Main streets are
not in the permit district.
DOCTORS AND LAWYERS CONFER
The Los Angeles County Medical as
■Oclatlon met last evening in the art
room of the Blanchard hall building
and discussed the status of expert
testimony in the court room as regard
ed by both doctors and lawyers. The
bar was represented by Judge N. P.
Conrejt of the superior court of Los
Angeles county, J. D. Fredericks, dis
trlol attorney, and Attorneys C. E.
Mattison anil Oscar C. Mueller, and
the opinion of the medical profession
was presented by Drs. Thomas J. Or
btson, Fitch and A. S. Lobingier. All
members oi" the association were urged
to attend the annual meeting of the
State Medical society at Sacramento,
commencing April 18, and an effort will
be made, with the assistance of the
Los Angeles chamber of commerce and
the Pasadena board of trade, to have
the meeting of the American Medical
association, in June, 1911, held in Los
Angeles.
HAWKES FUNERAL ARRANGED
William Rockwood Hawkes, formerly
a weil-known clergyman, died at his
home, 451 South Evergreen avenue,
early yesterday morning. Funeral
.services will be held over the body
at the chapel of the Boyle Heights
undertaking parlors at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Burial will be in Evergreen
cemetery. Rev. Mr. Hawkes is sur
vived by one daughter, Miss Lillian
Hawkes. who resided with him.
PLASTERER HURT IN FALL
A. Anderson, 41 years old, a plasterer,
living at 421 Wall street, foil fifteen
(eel yesterday when a scaffolding on
which he was working in a building
under course of construction at Main
and San Fernando streets, gave way.
Anderson received a severe laceration
of the scalp and cuts and bruises
about the body. He was removed to
the receiving hospital for treatment.
CORONER WILL INVESTIGATE
Coroner HartweU "ill hold an In
quest today nver the body of AUfUStO
Sorpaglli foreman of the Southern Pa
clflo repair shops, who died at the Sis
ters' hospital Thursday night from in
juries received during- the day from
the explosion of an oil tank. Martin
BorpagH, brother of the dead man, was
seriously burned, but is reported to bo
rapidly recovering.
WILLIAM MALCOLM DIES
William Malcolm, 87 years old, for
merly a well-known resident of Los
Angeles, who was committed to Pat
ton several weeks ago, died at that
institution Thursday. The body was
brought to Los Angeles yesterday.
Funeral services will be conducted by
the Odd Fellows at their cemetery this
morning at 10 o'clock, where burial will
be made.
PREDICTS CONSERVATION
CLUBS WILL GROW FAST
ST. P\UL, March 18.—"This Is only
the beginning," said Governor Eber
hart to the delegates to the Minnesota
conservation congress today, when
outlining definitely just what the con
gros's means to Minnesota.
"Immediately after the congress ad
journs tomorrow every county and
district will bo organized by vice pres
idents and eommitteemen and every
county will have its conservation
club."
Chief Chemist Wiley of the depart
ment of agriculture said the best con
tribution to conservation is the con
servation of human life, especially the
lives of children under 5 years of age,
so many of whom die from lack of
proper food and the administration of
dope.
COURT AGREES TO GET
MAN WIFE, BUT FIRST
APPLICANT MUST DO
Kansas City Attorney Found Guilty of
Loneliness and Sentenced to
Wed Willing
Woman
KANSAS CITY, March 18.—If the
sentence imposed on him by Judge
R. 8. Latshaw of the crimnal court
of this city it carried out, Fred M.
Miller, an attorney of this city, will
have to wed the first woman who will
consent to become his wife,
Miller yesterday filed an application
in the court, In which he represented
himself as a "lonely single man, In
spired with the lofty ambition to take
to himself a wife," and soliciting the
aid of the court to this end.
"Here is a man who desires to pre
fer against himself in the criminal
court a charge of wanting to get mar
ried," .said Judge Latahaw when Mil
ler's petition wns read. "File the ap
plication, Mr. ricrk. Enter a plea of
guilty after his name and sentence
him to be married to the first Woman
who will consent to become his Wife."
Miller specified that his wife must
be "well bred, modest and willing to
aspire to the highest plane in life and
the most lofty limit in thought."
SUNSET CHAPTER, O. E. S.,
ENTERTAINS WITH DANCE
Many Novel Features Add to Even.
ing's Pleasure at Goldberg.
Bosley Assembly
Sunset chapter, Order of Eastern
Star, entertained 600 members of the
l.n Angeles chapters and several of
lieers of tli" state lodge With a grand
ball at the Ooldberg-Bosley assembly
rooms last night. The grand march
was led by Phineas F. Ferguson,
worthy patron, and Rosa J. Burns,
worthy grand matron of the Cali
fornia lodge, followed by the officers of
the fifteen Los Angeles chapters. A
novel feature of the evening was the
sinking of the choruses of the popular
song-dances by a trio of male voices
on the ballroom floor. As souvenirs of
the dance the ladies were given deco
rated fans. The programs were espe
cially attractive, being decorated with
hand-painted scenes in .sepia by Miss
Baldwin.
I >r. T. J. Ruddy was chairman of the
general committee, and the reception
comimttee included: Teresa M. John
son, worthy matron; T. J. Ruddy,
worthy patron; Leona C'artwright, as
sociate matron; Ethel Thornton, sec
retary; Marie Yon Weber, treasurer;
Laura Chamberlain, conductress; Delia
Purdy, associate conductress; Mrs.
Cowley, warder; Francis Titus, senti
nel; Gertrude Ruddy, Adah; Graco
Couser, Kuth; Bertha Owens, Esther;
Grind Patterson, Martha; Mary Frlck,
Electa; Mary Bower, chaplain; Olive
Duncan, marshal; Rose Blair, organist.
ASSOCIATION HOLDS MEETING
Members of the California New-
Thought association center and their
friends gathered at the homo of Mrs.
Elizabeth Baker Bohan in Santa Cruz
street last night and enjoyed a mu
sical program presented by members
of the organization. Whistling solos
by Miss Jessie Stafford and piano num
bers by the Misses Grant and Mrs.
Katharine Kent Althouse added to the
pleasures of the evening.
Oraise6FoV€
Trips
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Every Sunday
Leave First street station at
8:35 a. in. for Riverside and
Redlands. Stop of two hours
is made at boih places for auto
and carnage drives.
Round Trip Rates
on Sundays, to Riverside $1.75,
to Redland* $2.05.
The trip takes you through
the orange district, passing
Pomona, Ontario, Colton and
San Bernardino.
Illustrated folders, tickets
and other information may be
obtained at 601 South Spring
street and N First street station.
Sail Lake Route
NATIONAL
AUTOMOBILE CO.
Distributors, 1226-1228 80. Olive St.
LICENSED UNDER BELDEN PATENTS
W. B. BUSH, So. OaL Aimer.
: Oars** and Repairing.
lit?-2* SOUTH ham.
turn* riML m»i» mil
CHfCHESTER'S PILL 3
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JMlllKrirffilSß EVESkiuiM
A Clean Man JL
Outside cleanliness in less than half the battle. A man may WRi
scrub himself a do/en times a day, and still be unclean. Good JKH| ■[%n D *
health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means ifi^P'"'*^^y
■ clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and M fflfrPfSf
new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way jS^ftja ,r2j|
will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think "^ jSOTJpjlffl
clean, clear, healthy thoughts. B&filWj&i
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood tH]Jj*S
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean atom- Ty I^7
nchn. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. " '
Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.
IDr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery
prevents these diseases. It makes • man's inside* clean
and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pore,
clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh.
It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion ■■■
* prostration. It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pel
lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy.

cpclls cured!
% jmv^^ BYASURE,PAINLESSMETHOD>^^I^/>fc,(i
'p. &** \\ NO PAY UNTIL CUREDfAVS-fvl !|
' I 1 HUNDREDS OF TESTIMONIALS ))M
'*■ \GS* -SES- 3a FROM PEOPLE WHO WILL WRITE YOO-^a^fl ,-,< fl^^ tt
'*■ 0**?? tS* 1 S^S\THAT WE SAVEO THEIR LIVES.^_fl ■■l\'
'1/ 41/ BOOK SENT FREE. PRINTED GU*RANTEF.%B«J ," -, ■ I^'
>ft A*r*-K *rj THIRTY-SIX YEARS curing cancers BHBh^"^ \jTti
> \ .„ A ff CANCER NEVER PAINS until last Stage. -J3-'*-' ■V^^ *
5> \ '?Vk! * / YOU MUST COME before it poisons deep B^afCl^*
> \ 1 or attaches to bone. We refuse hundreds W f%,'fmmSr mlf ',
* who wait too long and MUST DIE. Acvm^JLT j*Xk^JJ J V* •■
ri IST W^Zsf .A Tumor, Lump or Sore on the lip, face or fi \
/ fl'^i^/ body six months is CANCER. I will give $1000 If I fall to cure*?
ft W^SrWrM flk »ny CANCER OE TUMOR I treat before It polfoni deep.**]
ANY LUMPin WOMAN'S BREAST
$19 CERTAIN AND SPIEDT DEATH IF NEGLECTED/
>IT POISONS DEEP INTO ARMPIT ANDKILLS QVICKLT.^
>WE TREAT ONLY CANCERS AND TUMORS. IF YOU WILL, NOT COMB TO USS
&BECAUSB WE ADVERTISE THE TRUTH, QO TO A SURGEON QUICKLY.!;
pAddress Dr. S. R. CHAMLEY, FOR THE FREE BOOK!
5 Off loos 745 and 747 S. Main Bt.,CbanileTßld{., LOS ANGELES, CAL. V'
IKINDLY mail this to SOMEONE WITH CANCER|
just
4 hours away
Across the Bay from San Diego
Hotel del Coronado
r«ri>nailo today »tun<l» without peer among the many winter r«aorts that
mark Southern California apart from all the rest of the continent.
IU climate lends to outdoor amusementspolo, golf, tennis, boating:,
fishing, motoring, etc.
Trains leave 8:55 a. in., 2:15 p. m., 12:01 a. in. >
Round Trip rate* to San Diego, $3.001 limit 10 days.
$7.00; limit 30 day*.
KtP^SUjSSUJBt For detailed Informal Just phone or rail on
Iff E. \\. McGEE, Gen. Agt., Santa F«>
ffsßmSßsWijXi 831 So' iS'>r'n6 »tri*et.
jyHyl Santa F c
HARNESS M .&A™s. , t^ SADDLKRYj
i mflr :. American Motor Car Agency. " I
/lIIIUI 11/Qll 1210-1212 South Olive
Ar»*.r>;^i. Ctmtvl^./ Bekins-Corey Motor Car Co..
Amencan-oimplex pkoudFtoU
-1 f|« c Bekins-Corey Motor Car Co.,
AIIU%> Pico and Flown
r llifrkrnia California Automobile Co.,
t)dlll Ornia Tenth and Mala
Hnrrk Bosbyshell-Carpenter Co., i
""« I lO 1226-1228 South Olivo
HirrnrAT Durocar Manufacturing Co.,
I / UrOCar 929 South Los Angeles
FmhirA Munns Auto Co.,
LIIIF" * 1351 South Main
Pft-yl Standard Automobile Co.,
I 01 Cl Twelfth and Oliv«
urcflt nCSTorn H>o Vogel> 1130-1132 soutn ouv«
Ul Cdl TICMOI II 1130-1132 South OHv«
Halladay-lsotta Motor Car Import Co- so U «k o«™
ndlldUdy-ISOTTd 810 south oiiv.
HllfMTinKilo Tri-State Automobile and Supply Co.,
MUpillUUIIu M. C. Nason, Mgr. 600 South Olive St.
lane StAAiriAr Factory Branch 804 So- Olive,
LdllO OlCdlllCl J. A. Tuthill, Representative.
PAturcnn pico Carriae Co
rdiCr^Ull Pi and Main
Patrol Williams Automobile Co^
I "ir"l 1806 South Main
nil W. K. Cowan, Bm
IXamDlvr ; 1140-1142 South Hop«
<Vf rlin/i A- N> JunS Motor Car Co
OlullllllJ 1242-1244 South Flower
T ; i California Automobile Co.,
I OUlloT Tenth and Main
1/ I; Standard Automobile Co.,
YCIIU Twelfth and Oliv«
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