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acrc-ta crc-t Manufactory. „ Pe-ru-na Is an American Product Used in Millions of Homes the World Over. . ?^ »1? d «.^?S^i M^ «ceiient f«* «iy
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A representative of this paper had the . , ;'2-4l'- . • ; ..•.'.• ' . , Hon. Geo. C. Hazelton. ex-member of
pleasure of viewing the greatest mcdi- * A Doctor's Prescr'ptl'"!!. I section where the doctor practiced mcdi- , P.'-ru-n.l Contain *> NO Narcotics. . ty-flve ? years Peruna has stood the test in this particular. It is no wonder when Congress from TTr «sconsiiu writes as fot-
clne plant in the world and presents the Before Pprnna was manufactured as a ■ cine - Already thousands of people knew -„,_„ '■ '■ „'" • at maT , v M t a rrh mr pv of 6Vel *y 'opposition. - one stops to think of It. Catarrh Is an lows: 1 can cordially recommend your
- -win* interesting facts: prorr^ry modicTne Th f S pc of its K° od qualities. This is exactly ln T . " e wn a . *™ a * Tost of them are > Made lii large cuantlties to supply the Insidious disease. While 'it does not Peruna to any one suffering with »
IV plant of The Peruna Drug Manu- SedbvD™ Hartman for ma! years, i what has happened in every other local- J he F^w of themTre to imn^ en^ demand for It. ■it - requires the of ten make one actually sick abed, it is a **"*•
facturing Company is the largest propri- The doctor used to^rTctice medicine in ' if >' where Peruna has been used. be used Sternanv utmost -vigilante to maintain the purity very annoying ailment. It hangs on. Governors Praise Pe-ru-na. J .;,
ctary medicine manufactory in the world. Pennsylvania and was Drobablv one of It is not like so many other remedies TT „ . miernany. , .^ -; *»,■„•■'.' and excellence of every, single bottle, year after year. It yields neither winter Hon. W. M. Lord. Governor of Oregon.'^
Its buildings are of the most modern and I the larU«t Drictlttoners In that State that pass away as soon as the flr3t two Unfortunate y, a large number of these Sent as it: is to the cold wintry climate nor summer. It becomes a drag and a writes as follows: "I have had occasion
expensive kind, including within them I Every day ho found himself writing; his bottles are used ' The longer Pcruna is catarrh remedies, especially the ones of the North. or the hot. torrid climate drain. from the vitality, a disfigurement to use Peruna In my family for colds,
Pharmaceutical apparatus equal to any ' f^t^lr^^A^^S!Sti^ use d in any community, the more popu- of;the ; South Peruna^must be so pre- as well as an annoyance "SoVS^HoSeU Glelve's fS^SSftf
establishment of the kind in the world, tarrhal ailments- lar it becomes. . , . . SJv and othnucot are ? used' P ! red -that -neither -cold; nor heat Can To be rid of SUCh a disease after re- South Carolina, says: "I am glad to
The plant covers a large area in the „ ... M * „ Pc mna Artuallv r«r M ' wmsKy ana other narcotics are usea. change Its composition or alter its ap- peated failures to cure It. is sure to speak my best possible words for Peransj
thriving city of Columbus a^many of I " Preset** for Years. .Th PC " r " " 3 Actually Cures., These remedi es give temporary-, Hght pearance . .^ awaken feellngs of strained grati- as a remedy and a- a tonic"
the buildings in the point of architecture With very little change this prescrip- The reason why Peruna has become a .T^e patlent..thinks he however right *„ In All Directions. tude - i . ' ' Prom nent Army Generals.
ai^d materials are the finest structure tion was used year after year. So fre- standard catarrh remedy the world ovei coders h°s m^rakT^toXisV hfsca- ic or th Sm^wS^t * I"A Grateful Pubic Gen. Wm. Cooper Talley of Washteg-
ln the State of Ohio No expense o» fluently did he have occasion to write Is simply because It cures catarrh. There covers hlsr^ Ist ak c. wt a niyjs nis earth.a rth. South.~Eastan<T West, carloads ' Humtiu. ruu.iu writing of Peruna. nyi:
pains have be^n spared to make Peruna the formula for Peruna that he could do lls no other possible explanation of it. It }*"* no better, but he has acquired the of Peruna are being rapidly conveyed to This is why so many prominent people .. Y o ur Peruna has be en used by me aVid
one of tie VoiPntific. T/ «if a^ iit ■' the dark with his eyes shut. Is simply idle talk for any one to pretend habit of using some narcotic. | their destination by hundreds of rail- give public endorsements of Peruna, my friends as a relief for catarrhal trou-
ceutical products the world L ever People would take the prescription to ! that advertising can create a popularity This happens in a multitude of cases, roads. ,' .. ! • C;n They have received a cure, have been lib- bles with the most beneficial results/-
known P l nas Ser ! the drug stores where they would*pro- , for a medicine equal to that of Peruna. Such remedies cannot succeed. People . Not a single bottle of this vast amount crated from a thralldom' that may have _. Gen - J. G. hilov to Siv I h!vi ££?
The "rapid growth of the Peruna Drue ! cure the medicine. Unfortunately, one j If Peruna did not cure catarrh, people find them out very quickly. ... contains a speck of impurity or the j imprisoned them for years. No wonder "ceded In cuiing pp^ at threatened to b«
Manufacturing Company is as Dhenome- druusist would put. up the prescription a j would soon find it out. Perhaps a well- f . •.» - Hume Reiiedv slightest; difference in composition. The they are willing to praise such a remedy. a Mrious affliction by taking Peruna."
ral m th» buMinPM wnrM .« th» univAr little differently than another druggist, ! worded advertisement might sell a bottle ... .- .« »aTe nome nwncoy. contents of every bottle are exactly alike. No other inducement would have se- en. Robert Smalls. Beaufort. 3. C. is
*~i MMhritrnf thrir f.™ m « ™™»^*i The color would not be the same or pos- )of Peruna, even though Peruna were no One. reason why Peruna has found per- All these difficulties have been overcome cured the consent of Senators, ; Govern- a recent letter, says: "I find Peruna ben-
PenS famous remcd>. sibly the taste would be a little different, ; od. . ; manent use in so many homes is that it and Peruna is furnished to over two mil- ors. Congressmen. Consuls. Bishop*, eflcial and to bei all .that :it ■9™***«£~
The accompanying cut cives a crlimose One druggist would fix Peruna so that j But. after a person has bought one bot- contains no narcotics of any kind. Pc- ; lions of homes, each bottle in spotless prominent physicians and clergymen of £«■ X oH^ w , n % have no hesitation
of the home of Peruns as it stands to there wo " 1 ' 1 be a lu tle sediment -In it. tie of a useless medicine, no advertise- runa is perfectly harmless. It can ■be j purity and pharmaceutical Integrity. all creeds. .No Inducement but genuine £ recommending Peruna to all persons."
day A visit to its bu«v laboratories while another would compound it in such I ment can induce him to buy the second used any length of time without acqulr- i endorsed by Prominent p..m gratitude could have procured such tes- Gen. John Middleton\aays: "I feel It a
bottling and lsSrmlne rooms constitutes a way as to maintain it perfectly clear, bottle. If. on the other hand, he finds Ing a drug -habit. ■ Peruna does, not pro- ' timonials. ;V../ : duty to recommend Peruna's usefulness
one Sf ihr4hts PP o P f v ™ C ° DSUtUteS I For years Dr. Hartman used Peruna in the medicine to be what It is recommend- duce temporary result, It is permanent tf^^^XZ&JZ Coiliressiwn Recommend Pe-ru-n^. tO G^ W ToIS < SSu. from Washing-
Ms nr?\.-ato nra/>ti*»o aa a rcrrnl'n- nyn ed then he reauires no further arsrument In Its effect - proaucea nas reten cu me unquaiinea en- . • «jr»rn. a. o. iwa """" a i •
Mnl etis of Visitors. I scrir : tior . an^ had no thuUgh^ of ma P n^. or inducement. er argument It has no bad effect upon the system, dorsement of so many prominent people 1^ FY_Fi tzpat rick Con g^resaman dSf ul I have found Perun* tO be a won-
Hundreds of visitors are conducted factoring and advertising it as a propri- p , ... __._ p " ;„„-,.„ and gradually eliminates catarrh by re- .as Peruna. ( , . -•■ , from Kentucky, says : ;I; I can .cheerfully O™ ™ L tuna Washington. D. C.
through the establishment every month. ' etary medicine Pe-ru na S Popularity. . moving the cause of catarrh. There ar* ; . ' All classes praise Peruna. People of recommend your remedy to any one suf- I Bays tne rollowlnr: »i can cheerfully
where everything concerning the manu- : /; ,.-.: «rt . Th<Mi*a'n-i Patient* This exactly explains why Peruna has a multitude of homes where Peruna has national prominence, who are busy , ferlng with catarrh or who needs a good recommend your remedy as a perma-
facture of Peruna that can be compre- ori mv usan^ raiienis. become so popular. It cures catarrh, been used off and on for twenty years, with] professional and official affairs, do | tonic." v, , . , nent and effective cure for catarrh." • •
hended by the nonprofessional visitor is Dr. Hartman estimates that he must This is an amply sufficient reason why it Such a thing could not be possible if not usually take time to\write letters of. Ex-Congressman Phil B. Thompson Gen. Ira C. Abbott says: 'I am fully
fully explained. ; have prescribed Peruna for over forty should become popular. Catarrh is al- Peruna contained any drugs of a narcotic , commendation. Such people are gener- from Kentucky says: "I take pleasure in Jr^Yi 1 m en t tonic peruna. is
Although Peruna is a proprietary mod- thousand patients before It was adver- | most universal. Catarrh is difficult to j nature. . . ' ally very ; cautious • about allowing their ! testifying to the merits of your mcdi- u.'«.i*» » n _, M »rrm
icine, the details «/ its compounding are j tised as a proprietary medicine. In fact, I cure. The doctors do not care to treat ||«pd fnr Tu/pntv «v«» Year* ! ' names or photos ;to be used in public I cine." r^ Write IO ur. nariman.
no secret, and nothing gives Dr. Hart- ; circumstances -forced Dr. Hartman to \ cases of catarrh at all. It therefore fol- * tseu weii.y-iivc ibois. print, especially to recommend a remedy, | Hon. H. F.Bartine. ex-member of Con- If you do not derive prompt and satis-
ma: greater pleasure than to show the. manufacture the remedy himself in order lows that when a remedy is devised that Peruna has been before the public as a ; even, though they believe the remedy to coe o or" r Peranai^agrrat remedy foT'cf : writ"/ at r oni to D? H^rtman° iriv^^
many friends of Peruna all of the es- j to insure a standard purity and a uni- can- be used by any one in the home at a catarrh cure for about twenty-five years, be a good one. ; - • , : tarrh and all its incidentals." full statement of your case and he will
eential processes by which Peruna is form appearance. , - moderate cost,, such a remedy should in- Previous to that time it was the private; But Peruna . arouses such enthusiastic Congressman J. A. Barham of Santa, be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
made. ' Perunn. needed no advertising in the I evitably become popular. _ prescription of Dr. Hartman. For twen- approval as to break down all precedents Rosa. Cal., says: ,"I can cheerfully. rec- vice gratis.
Continued FYoni Paffe 27. Column 7.
friendly terms %ince the breaking of
the scandal. Jordan and French were
her a great deal on the very night
of the expose, and he has been with
Emmons and the others many times
It is quite apparent that there is
rained relations between the Sen-
and their reputed agent.
Assembly Committee Hears Testimony .
Against Accused Jurist.
SAN DIEGO. Feb. 4.— The Assembly '
committee appointed to investigate the
charges brought against Judge E. S.
Turrance by the Los Angeles Bar As
tion, in an endeavor to secure his
impeachment, began hearing testimony
•"-day. The Lus Angeles Bar As- .
:ion was represented by W. H.
Anderson and Russ A very, and Samuel
M. Shortridge of San Francisco repre
sented Judge Torrance. J. C. Hizar, a
Itwjrvr of this city, was the first wit-
He slated that he thought the
Judge was under the influence of
liquor. About the middle of the year
15?O3, he said. Judge Torrance had
■Jgned an order in a probate case and
had placed his name below the line
provided for the signature. At the
time of making the order the Judge
B.iid he was of the opinion that he had
not the authority to do so and an
nounced that he would not be bound
by it. Witness thought his remarks
were peculiar. He was of the opinion
that Judge Torrance had been drink
TThen asked why he was of this
opinion Hitar said that Judge Tor
rance seemed to have difficulty in
ep^aking and the fact that he had
Bigned his name ln the wrong place
was peculiar. Witness, however, was
rot prepared to say that Judge Tor
rance was intoxicated on that day.
Later Hizar said he thought Torrance
was intoxicated.
This opinion was based upon the
general actions of Torrance. Mr. Hi
tar further declared that on one occa
sion, going dnto a saloon, he found Tor
rance boxing with a "rough looking
fellow." Hizar stated, however, that
Torrance was "not much intoxicated."
Hizar said that he never saw Torrance
Intoxicated before or since that time.
Under questioning by Attorney Short
ridge Hizar said that at the time Judge
T«rranee signed the order in the pro
To Itself
In what it is and what it docs— con-
taining the best blood-purifying, al-
terative and tonic substances and ef-
fecting the most radical and perma-
nent cures of all humors and all emo-
tions, relieving weak, tired, languid
feelines and building up the whole
system — is true only of
Hood's Sarsaparilla
No other medicine acts like it; no
other, medicine has done so much
real, substantial good, no other medi-
cine has v restored health and strength
at so little cost.
Stood* sa.r«aparlll* promises to oars
fjftA keeps the promise.
bate proceedings he did not think the
actions of the court unusual. His later
opinion was based upon comment of
attorneys in the courtroom.
Judge George W. Puterbaugh was the
next witness. Judge Peterbaugh said
that he had observed Judge Torrance.
when the latter was in an intoxicated
condition, several times during the last
two years.
Seek Passage of Bill Providing Fees
for Defending Indigent Prisoners.
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 4.— There is a j
strong lobby of "rising young attor- j
neys" here working for the passage of !
Senator Bauer's bill that relates to the I
payment of fees to attorneys as- |
signed by courts to defend per- '
sons unable from lack of means |
to procure counsel. As the law i
now stands the court may appoint any
attorney to defend an indigent prisoner
at the bar and the only compensation
the attorney has is the small measure
of gltrry he may reap by winning a
victory for his client. Bauer's bill pro
vides that if the defendant is accused
of any crime thai may Involve death
or life imprisonment the attorney ap
pointed to defend him shall receive $20
a day for his services. For any other
felony charge the attorney defending
the accused shall receive $10 a day,
but in each instance the attorney must
make affidavit that he has not directly
or indirectly entered into any contract
by which he is to receive further com
pensation for such services from any
; source. Only one attorney in each
case will receive the fee ln event of the
passage of the bllL
Will Give His Views on Measure
Aimed at University Professors.
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 4.— President
Wheeler and nearly a dozen of the
other learned professors of the Univer
sity of California will appear before the
Assembly Judiciary Committee at a
special meeting to be held next week
in relation to the bill introduced by
Gates of Oroville prohibiting the tak
ing of any fee for or the use of any of
the time of a professor of the universi
ty in making private research or
analysis for hire.
When the bill was introduced it
should have been referred to the Uni
versity Committee, the proper one for
all such measures. A request was
made, though, that It go to the Ju
diciary Committee and, as the requests
of authors of bills as to reference are
usually heeded, the Speaker so re
ferred it.
Waste is chairman of the University
Committee and he heard that Gates
had made a remark that he didn't
want the bill to go before that commit
tee, as it would be "stifled" there.
When the bill was called up in the Ju
diciary Committee Waste demanded
that Qates retract his alleged state
"I made no such statement," said
Assemblyman Gates. "Furthermore, I
do rot care anything about this bill.
It was handed to me with a request
that I Introduce it."
Tn-o Bills Are Introduced ln Assembly
to Curb Their Rapacity.
BACRAMENTO, Feb. 4.— Two bills
have been introduced by Assemblyman
Busick that if passed will go a long
way toward curbing rapacious bill col
lectors and others that take advantage
of the ignorance of law on; the part of
their victims. The records of this (
i county are particularly prolific of judg
i ments obtained in outside townships on
outlawed and. unjust claims, where the
defendants, being either ignorant of the
law or absent in other parts of the
State, have had judgment taken
against them and been put to endless
trouble before they could legally ex
plain their position. Usually they have
been forced to enter into a compromise
I to the advantage of the plaintiff, woh
nine times out of ten is a professional
collector, whose canvassers dug up the
claim out of some ancient and almost
forgotten controversy.
The bills introduced by Assemblyman
Busick provide that where actions ar»
commenced ln Justices' Courts where \
the court has no jurisdiction of the per- i
son or subject matter of said action ,
there shall be added as part of the i
costs of the defendant, to be assessed j
I against the plaintiff, an attorney fee ol
\ not less than $10 as a penalty therefor,
| and it shall be the duty of the Justice
j before whom such action was com
| menced to assess said costs and cause
i the same to be entered as a Judgment
I against the plaintiff and in favor of
the defendant.
The bill also provides that where a
default has been entered in a township
where it does not properly belong or
where the court has not jurisdiction of
the person or subject matter of the ac
tion, then the defendant may, at any
time within two years, move the court
before whom the action is pending to
vacate and set aside the judgment, and
upon a proper showing the court must
vacate and set aside the same. It is
further provided that the earnings of
the Judgment debtor for his personal
services rendered at any time within
thirty dayß next preceding the levy of
the execution or attachment, when it
appears that such earnings are neces
sary for the support of the defendant's
family, are exempt except where the
debts are incurred for the common
necessaries of life and the defendant's
earnings are at least $100 a month, then
one-quarter of such earnings are sub
ject to execution to satisfy the debt.
The bills have the support of many
of the most prominent attorneys of this
and other cities of the State — of attor
i neys who have given their time with
' out charge in defeating for unfortu
nates the efforts of collectors and hun
%ry lawyers to loot them of their homes
or deprive them of their small means
of subsistence.
. The music lovers of this city will be
glad to learn that ; the Tivoll ; manage
ment haß succeeded ln : securing the
services of - the Italian Opera , Com
pany or, two more wtfeks. The, efforts I
of the V singers met t with such ;J great j
success 1 during their engagement ■' that j
many ■*. demands were ,: made ; for a re- j
. newal of the operas. .' ! .. '"_." '/■'.'•.. - - : .'■ {
- The ; opera ';• house will be ; closed - to
morrow evening. On , " the . following
night v the opera i company will • render ]
- "Lucia," with ' Tetrazzlni ;v in the title I
. role. "Andre ; Chenier" " is "• to . be r sung ,i
on Wednesday night for the first time
and Berlindl and Frosini are to appear
in the principal roles. Among the
other productions that will be rendered
during the engagement are '; "The Pearl
Fishers," f;^ "La p : Boheme," . , "Carmen"
and Ty "Traviata." The first of these
I operas has never been sung . before ) a
I [ Ban Francisco audience ." and promises
to be a great success. ; rr > -. '
Special Dispatch to The Call.
BABYLON, N. V., Feb. 4. — Rev.
John D. Long, who had a successful
pastorate of fifteen years in the Pres
byterian church here, is determined
to have a church of his own. To this
end he has paid down toward the pur
chase of the old building of the Lenox
Road Methodist Episcopal Church
Goldfield-Herald Stock To Be Strong Features
Withdrawn From tHe MarKet coldfie!d!i«rald
" „., ,-,r .'vv ' „ ■■■■■' -x:: ■ - :; . MINING COMPANY
■ ; .;.• ; Ihe sales of this stock have been unprecedented. There is now left only a small block of stock to ■". . . ■ . .-i"
be sold at the low price of five cents per share (par value $1.00), when the stock will be withdrawn. This i^w Capttaiiutua (9UB— »>••)
may happen any day this week, and certainly not later thart Saturday; so if you ever desire to get in on Com^ete«t^[«i««mwl
the ground floor of the best prospect in Goldfield you will, have to act quickly. s«peri»r L«««ttoa »t "—-bit ....
i' /■ „''..,.,, ;•' . ' •'- ■ ■ ' - .' K!neSmrf.oel»dl«ti«M . -. ■
j| Opportunity to Share Millions "^-/..siiH^Sr
"' Goldfield is the most wonderful mining camp in the world — millions have been produced in the past nm Pal- omeen**? !>!»••«•••
eleven months and millions more will ; come out of the ground in the months to come. The eyes of the in- stock (to a Skar*
vestors and mining men of the universe arc on Goldfield, and the time to enter "and , share in the virgin Quick Advancement is VmMwm •«*•
.; wealth of her undug millions is now. We are in direct touch with' a new company just organized to de- . ; ; — r .^.^..^
velop and put on ■ a dividend basis a splendid - property situated ;in the heart of the richest portion .of this eo^wr^i'uSXse* SSfnu^oi itnTvSi
( s . splendid . field. v Every surface ; indication is in favor of our property — the pay . or mineral zone extends on •om B buck ox;d« of iron and «<;c»«ioaaliy «•»-
every side with profitably working claims as neighbors. ' " . p«r tulnt. Som« «r tiie«« »m Maay "xa«s»
,; £ »'/*• Upon the best obtainable evidence it will be found that Goldfield -will produce within its first-year up of a »cry op«n-iraintd quart*, u«arUy «lHel-
. : over $8,000,000, and this with the fact in mind that companies were slow in beginning operations. fled.— •'The Mining lay— tar."
- •-.••;{ Now is the time to take advantage of an opportunity that will without doubt lead on to a fortune. * To-Borrow. tb«-n«t last. •-»• Combb«tl«
'■ But it means "a. prompt acceptance of a waiting proposition. ;In the search for gold the man with a small Mine* Company will p*y it»tilr* taijt*"-*. toj-
sum stands as great a chance as the capitalist in acquiring an independence. We know that our property, {^l 'Yt^^Mhler^'ruM that th.com-
•j 1 surrounded as ;it is; with paying mines that are shipping ore running almost a thousand dollars to the ton, puV Intend* to make tals dividend regularly
; •- that we will i have a paying ! property. At least, our. offer ;is worthy of serious ; investigation— a matter that •*•** month, | n ite * d d of^*^ - t r as'a^LSsrof
■ will cost you r but a ; stamp ? and a moment of time. Surely, this is something you can afford,' and when lit- '\l£ tbirhaTs been placing an «<iuai amount
"erature" reaches you you can have then time to most thoroughly investigate our offer. If, after' the ''close or the past two months into a reterr* fund. •»<»
> study which ' you give ; the matter = and you find iit does not appeal to you, you ■ have Most little. 111 con h tln "* t tB ,.* O !;b3S «^atui " X*i*Sda
: -v; Fill out the ;i coupon - and mail to-day. We will , send ' you , map and ' pictures of Goldfield and full "par- wtUDetncreaied a» these dividend* are being
>'. ticulars of our charter. (member price. Don't fail to call or write at once, for this adv. will not appear P»W <"» "hipping ore only. * a <" • lth °° "£?
■again, and , after this week you ; will never have an opportunity ■ to share in the ' profits 'of the Goldfield- if- 0 " ?L p n tw 1C min n begSf grinding ouVbuil»«n
■': Herald Mining .Company. r ; , •';";; ■/ - '' / ■ . a dividend o( 50 per cent monthly U nat ia»-
'* v^v;-- -■:• ■ . . ? -j.'- ; •■'-'■ ' ' ■■■". -'.I;- ■■■•:■'■■ .-'■. ,• ■ ■ : . : ■-.. - '" .. * ' probable.— News."
;:,3J^:-.^ : Concise Statements Concerning' A,
"%, the Goldfield-nerald Company Jy
'* ''"'• ' ''■'■ " '' ; '■-'■' ' ' :: ' : - '"'". : ' : 'r'"'-' '".Vj ■■'- ; r •■■ •' • A*A ■
+ £>&\. ''■'■ The Goldfield-Herald Mining Company controls two and one-half claims, or $o acres of : Ay ,
o\ vv : : land adjoining the richest mines in the mineral belt. Capital stock 1,500,000 shares Ay /
"W'-.N^v ; with a par value of $ 1 each, fully paid and non-assessable. No debts will be »A A -'' -'' y
V\W NgV incurred by the company. The Board of Directors will be chosen from Ay .•"-.•• ' / /
l ' % V-. W >§Sw ;thpse;subscribing4f r stock. Reports of conditions will be made reg- - As ••**••**.•*'••*>: '
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$1000. He claims to have the back
ing of Miss Helen Miller Gould. The
Lenox Road Church went out of ex
istence two years ago, when it con
solidated with the new St. Mark's
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mr. Long went to Brooklyn and for
a little while held meetings in what
was called "The Spite Church" in
Flatbush, it having been erected to
prevent a saloon locating in the neigh
borhood. He claims to have been
compelled to resign in Babylon owing
to unpleasant relations with his con
gregation, it being claimed that he
was not congenial and was brusque
and somewhat dictatorial in his man
The purchase of the Lenox Road
Church is cosidered to be in line with
I Mr. Long's expressed desire to have a
! church in which he can preach the
j gospel independent of any presbytery
;or like authority. He is regarded as
; a strong preacher and an able man.
"The Liars," which was given with
so much success by the amateur actors
of the smart set at the Columbia
Theater last week, will be repeated at
the Tivoli on Monday evening, Feb
ruary 13. The production this time
will be for the benefit of the San Fran
cisco Polyclinic. of which Dr. J. Wil
son Shiels is president.
On all sides there was a demand for
a second production, and Dr. Shiels.
"who gave a great deal of time to the
preparation of the play, promptly
agreed, if the polyclinic were made
the beneficiary. The cast will be the
same as before. The distribution of
the parts is as follows:
Edward Falkner. Lloyd Lowndes;
Gilbert Napean, H. McD. Spencer,
George Napean, Thomas R. Eastland;
Freddie Tatton, William H. Smith Jr.;
Jessica Napean. Miss Frances Jolllffe;
Lady Rossamund Tatton, Mrs. Mark
Gerstle: Dolly Coke, Miss Eleanor C.
Haber; Beatrice Ebernow, Mrs. J.
Wilson Shiels; Mrs. Craspln. Mrs. H.
McDonald Spencer; Ferris, Miss Olga
Francis L. Mathias, whose good
judgment and ability as a stage di
rector assures, will take charge of the
second production.
The lady managers of the polyclinic
Archibald Coke, E. Courtney Ford;
Gadaby, Joseph L. Eastland; footman
at Cadagan Gardens, S. L. Ford; Lady
have agreed to make the price of ad
mission the same all over the house.
$1, with an additional charge of 50
cents for reserved seats. As every
seat in the house Is a good one, It was
thought best to make the price uni
form and within the reach of all. The
sale will begin Thursday, February 9,
at Sherman. Clay A Co.'s musio store.
Positively no tickets will be sold in

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