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TO AID IMMIGRATION.
Msalsriti. Plan of rree Railway '
A plan by which California will
gain a very large population in a very
short time is under consideration by
the directors of the Southern Pacific
Company. That corporation, as is
well known, holds the keys of immi
gration to this State in its hands.
When, under the stress of bitter com
petition, it reduced the through emi
grant rate to a merely nominal sum
hist year, it brought to our shores
thousands of persons of limited means,
among them many able-bodied young
men, who came here to grow up with
the country and share in its pros-
I»erity. It Is known for a fact that the
general run of these immigrants, who
came here solely for the reason that
they could come cheaply, have settled
down in our midst, Borne of them to
join the army of hewers of wood and
drawers of water, but the great ma
jority to till the soil and assist in de
veloping the agricultural resources of
It is tho knowledge of this that has
set Senator Stanford to thinking. He
has taken tip a train of thought which
probably no other railroad President
in America has ever hit upon before.
This idea is free immigration to
It is proposed to do away entirely
with the tax levied by the railroad on
incoming settlers, so far as the lines
of the Southern Pacific Company are
concerned. The Eastern railroad
companies will be asked to join in the
scheme, and make their fare to this
class of passengers as low as they can
without suffering any loss in the way
of expense. Senator Stanford believes
that he can secure the co-operation of
the other lines in an arrangement by
which each will accept its proportion
of as low a rate as $15 between Chi
cago and this city.
The present rate of fare is $47.50, so
that the reduction would be about tiO
iier cent. Between Ogden and this
city the Southern Pacific Company
will haul immigrants free, and it is
likely that the Union Pacific will be
prevailed upon to make a nominal
rate, so that from the Missouri river
the total expense of passage would be
about |5, not including meals, al
though the giving of the free table as
well as railway fare has been consid
ered, and may yet be adopted.
Senator Stanford knows that this
plan is a bold one, and is likely to
subject him to the ridicule of Eastern
railroad magnates, who never do any
thing for nothing, unless a question of
policy is involved. He will show,
however that indirectly the plan is
not wholly an unselfish one, but that
the selfishness is of that enlightened
order which benefits all parties con
The Senator's plan has not been
fully elaborated and time must be
taken in filling in the details, now
that the rough sketch has been
-drawn. If adopted, as it is very
-likely to be, the scheme will be based
on these conditions, which must rule
the traffic under consideration.
First—The free-fare privilege will
be exclusively for immigrants and
Second —It must be shown to the
satisfaction of the railroad company's
agents that the traveler's stay in Cali
fornia is not to be transient; other- i
wise full fare must be paid.
Third—The passenger must contract
with the company not to transfer his i
ticket to others.
Fourth —He must give some proof
Of his intention to take up permanent j
residence on this coast.
Although the third condition is l
seemingly a simple one with which to ]
make people comply, it is the danger |
involved in the possible transfer of,
tickets which alone causes the leading ;
spirits of the Southern Pacific Com
pany to hesitate in putting the free
ticket system in force. They know
from experience that where local fares j
are high and through fares are low the
seal pet is bound to steal insidiously ,
to the front and shave off revenue j
wherever he can. How much more |
revenue he would succeed in shaving '
off were free through fares to be set j
against high local fares only a skilled
railroad financier could estimate. I
To prevent scalping, the contract of |
the passenger with the company is
not held to be sufficient, as past ex- |
perience has fully shown. Unless the j
most careful watch is set upon it the
System would no doubt fail on this ac- j
count, and the railroad company could i
not afford to have the privilege of free
travel abused by its transfer to per-'
stins not entitled thereto within the j
meaning of the plan proposed.
One scheme by which this evil |
might lie avoided, and which has al
ready been suggested to Messrs. Stan- j
ford, Gage and Crocker, is that in- 1
stead of allowing the free-ticket hold-1
ers to string along the route and have j
ample opportunity for transefrring
their privileges, the immigrants should i
come in parties on set dates, the,
tickets being good for passage only up '
to a certain day, and each party being
in charge of an agent who saw to it
that no such transfer was made.
It is more than probable that such a
plan as this will be adopted, and that
the knotty point of scalping will be
overcome. Unless they see their way
clearly in this matter, the general !
plan will not be put in operation by
the railroad people.
Senator Stanford feels that, while
inviting the criticism of that part of '
the traveling public which is to re- ]
<»ive no benefit from the plan, no real t
injustice will lie done. Those who '
are able to pay first-class fare would ]
not ride in third-class cars, even if I
they were free, while the majority of 1
the so-called "emigrants" ride in 1
them merely because they can
get a cheap rate, and they
are not privileged to growl at free
travel under the conditions by which
it is to be granted. At least, so the
railroad people hold, and it would ap
l>ear that they are not far from right.
In speaking of the subject to a
friend recently Mr. Stanford said:
"I had rather that 10,000 people
came to this State at a $15 rate of fare
than that 50,000 came at $60."
In this one sentence the Senator's
views on the mutter are tersely
Hummed up, and the fact is fully set
forth that he sees very clearly how his
roads would receive in time the bene
fit which increased population and
rapid development of resources afford
to any line of railway.
The substance of the above informa
tion was given yesterday to a Chronicle
re|Kjrter by a person of intimate per
sonal relationship with the head offi
cials of the Southern Pacific Company.
It could not be learned when the plan
was lo be put iv operation, but the im
pression was conveyed that it would i
not bo long liefore the announcement I
of its inauguration would be made.—
[San Francisco Chronicle.
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LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, SERTEMBER 16, 1887.
A ~C. LUTGENS— ARCHITECT, MAX- |
A., well building, corner of Court and Main ,
street*. " au2otf ]
B REEVE—ARCHITECT ASI) SfRVKV I
. or, room 10, Phillips Block, Main St-
Resldeucc, West Wash! ngton street, Los An
geles, California. Twenty-two years' expert- .
encc. au4tf j
JW. FORSYTH, ARCHITECT. ROOM 15, '
. Bumiller Block over People's store, ]
l,os Angeles, Cal. ag'JH lmo j
R. B. Carpenter. 11, A. BAM lay. ,
R. N. C. Wilson. \
IBARCLAY,1 BARCLAY, WILSON A CARPENTER, |
I Attomevs at Law, Rooms 1,3 4 and 5,
Bumiller Hloek, No 31) North Spring street, >
Los Angeles, Cal. }y3l-3m ,
LMtKDKRICK McGRKGOU, ATTORNEY
A? and Counselor at Law, 130 N. Main St.
Advice free. Will practice in all the courts .
of the State, S3 lmo. |
W"S.' KNOTT, ATTORNEY AND COl'N" ]
, sellor at law, Court street, opposite
Court House (rooms S and 0 Moore building) 1
Lot Angelea, Cal. aprlgtl
M B. LOOKWOOD, LAWYER. NO. 7,
O. Market street, entrance 88 N. spring
street. in'Jstf ]
D. P. HATCH. .1. UKOSSKAI". |
BKOSSEAU * HATCH. ATTORNEYS ANII .
Counsellors at Law. Nos, 81,83and06 ;
Baker Block, Loa Angelea, Oal, tf j
/COMMISSIONER OF OEEDS EOR OHIO,
yj Illinois, Wisconsin, Mich gan, Kansas
and Oregon. E. P. Sutherland, attorney-at- ,
law and examiner of titles. Room 10, ller- I
alii Block, up-stairs, Los Aug les. aug2tf ,
HEN It V N. Galloway. Altornev-at Law. . ,
CHAS. W, Ciiask, •
/I ALU)WAY A CHASE, EXAMINERS OF
\JT Titles and Convcvaneers, Room 4, Allen i
Block, Los Angeles. Cal. austf I
Griffin Johnston. Sheldon Borden, i
B. A. YORBA.
JOHNSTON, BORDEN A YORBA, ATTOR
neys at Law and Examiners of 'titles.
Rooms" and 8, Jones Block, 75 North Spring
street. Abstracts and certificates of title fur- |
nished with promptitude and accuracy, tf '
GF. WHITWORTH, M. I)., HOMtEOPA- .
• thist, 23 South Spring Street. Hours, 10 t
to 12, Ito 5 and 7to 8. Telephone 029. I
AS. SHORB, M. D., HOM *KO PATH IST. '
• Otlice 132 North Main street, Mascnrel
Block; residencecor Adams aud San Pedro .
streets, Ixis Augeles. Otlice hours 11 t022 a.; i
M., 1 to 4 p. w. Telephone No. 82. residence. 1
office, 82. jlylS-tf 1 1
R. F. HILLER, SLUGF-oN AND PBYBIC-1J
ian; practices Homeopathy. Ofliceand
residence corner Third and Spring streets.
Telephone 050. ap27-tf ,
S. SALISBURY, M. D., HOMIKOPATII
iS' ist. Office ill Los Augeles National
Bank Building, corner First aud Spring J
streets. Hours 10 to 12 a. M., 3to 5 and 7 lv |
BP. M. KesidcHcc 53S S. I'earl slreet. Tele
phone Nos; Residence, 577; Office, 597.
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D., —HOMUCOPATH- 1
J. Ist. Office Hours—ll to 12 a. m., 2 to 5
p. m.. Otlice—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows
Building. Los Angeles, CaL Residence,
■ins South Main street. jlvlltf
D RS. DARLING A MURPHY—OCULISTS
aud aurists. Office 120 North Main
street. Office Hours—9 a. m. to 4p. m.; 7to
8 p. M. OCt3l-dA;wtf
T.R. J. H. DAVIS SO N—OFFICE,
XI South Spring street. Telephone 592.
K. B. F. KIERULUFF, SPECIALIStIn
treating diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat. Eyes scientificslly tested for
glasses. Office 132 North Main street, over j
Los Angelas Savings Bank. Hours from 9 j
a. m. to 5 p. M. Residence, 840 Temple
DR. kTc."MANNING, OFFICE AND RESl
denee 37 South Fort street. Otlice
hours—9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. M. Telephone
ipLIZABETH A. FOLLANBBEB, M. D.— 1
j Office and residence 240 South Fort .
street. Office hours—S to 10 a. m. and 4to
0 p. M. JlylO
i-.it. jThTutley REMOVED HIS OFFICE
U to new Kurtz Block, 33 S. Main street.
Hours 10 to 12 snd 2 to 4 p. m. my4-tf
OSE TALLBOTT, m7~D.—OFFICE 240
South Fort street (with Dr. Follansbee.l
Otlice hours, 10 lo 12 A. M. Rcbideuce, 020
Flower Btseet. 013-tf
MILLS iIOAL, AL D—39 NORTH
• Spring street (over People's store.)
Hours—lo to 12, Ito3, 0 to 7:30. Residence
347 Hill street, two doors from Fifth street. ■
Telephone Ko. 135. 0c24-tf
/l E. CLAtTUS, If. D.—PHYSICIAN AND
\_7. surgeon. Otlice 75 North Spring ;
street, rooms 17 and IS. Hours from 11 a. m.
to 2 p.m. Specialty—skin and sexual dis
eases and chronic diseases iv general. n7-tf
11 US. DR. MINNIE"WELLS—FIRST LADY
Jl licentiate of Kentucky. Specialty.
Diseases of women and children; also, in
connection with her practice, Electric
Thermal Baths. 341 S. Spring sheet. nl7-tf
DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF
women a specialty. Rectal diseases
treated by the Brinkerkoff Painless Sys
tem. Hours—9 a. m.to 4 p. M. OllU'es—
Corner of Spring and Second streets, Hol
lenbeck Block. scps-tf
DR. M. HILTON WILLIAMS—27B NORTH
Main 6treet (opposite Wells. Fargo A
Co's Express Ollice). Specially—diseases of
the head, throat and ciicst, together witli the
eye, ear and heart. Ollice hours from 9:30
a. M. to 4 p. M, sep2stf
I.R. CHARLES W. BR.Yr.oN—DISEASES
If of Women a Specialty. Office No.
South Spring St, in Solomon Block, Rooms
1 anil 2. Otlice hours: Ba.?i. to 12 If., 2 tos
and 7loBp. M, Ri sideuce, corner 12th st.
and Maple avenue. mlStf
DE. BENNETT—OFFICE NO. SOW SOUTH
Spring street. jyls-tf
B. B. WERNIGK—DISEASES OF EAR,
nosa, throat and chest specialty. Rooms
24and 28, No. 75 N. spring Bt au3 lm
F. P. Hoy, M. D.
OCULIST AND AURIST, LATE RESIDENT
Physician of the Eye and Bar Hospital,
Worth street, New York. At 45'.j North
Spring street. Hours—9 a. m. to 4p. If., and
7 to 8 p. m. inyntf
DE. A. E. DE CAILHOL, ACCOUCHEUR
and Burgeon, Ollice nnd rest donee 207
Temple street, Wheu desired, lady putients
are boarded during treatment of diseases
peculiar to their sex. BuSU
"ITRS. Dr. 0. 12. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
ill. Bonrcey), has removed her residence,
145 Bellvue avenue, near Montreal street,
and will make a specialty of midwifery.
Ladies wishing to be cared for can be accom
modated at her house. Orders promptly at
PARISIAN STEAM DYEING AND CLEAN
ing Works. Dyeing and cleaning of
every description. Ladies' dresses dyed
Without ripping. Kid Gloves, Flannels,
Ribbons and Blankets made to look like
new. Office: III! South Spring street. Dye
Works: Corner New High and Bellevue
o2tf J. VOLLET, Proprietor.
PACIFIC COAST OVERLAND I
sion Parties least September sth and I
19th, October 3d and 17th. Call on or ad
dress GEO. F. COTTER A L A CO., Manages,
230 NorthMalu street, Ixis Angeleß, CaL
P Ull.I.IPS' POPULAR PLEASURE PAR
ties, for all points East, leave Los Angslei
August 25th, September 15th and 29th.
Call ou or address A. PHILLIPS it CO.. 134
N. Main street, Ixis Angeles. nil-tf
EMPLOYMENT Kit REAL S.
MfQk TjIMPI.OY.MEN I' OFFICE, I:. R. i-~r.
JtKiiS Vj 'ticket Broker and Real Es
tate Agent. Property sold on Installments.
E. NITTINGER, removed to 151, N. Spring.
Telephone 113. Residence Fifth and Hope
en<jSlNei:rs and surveyors.
w. r. M'CLUaa, john c. m'clire.
M(CL PRE BROS., CIVIL KNGINKKRS
and Surveyors, 134 North Main Street,
l.os Angeles. augls-lyr
M \\lUn( ill Eit'Ei'°A viciliiiofvo'it'h
l\l i' \IIUUII fnl Iniprudcnce, causing
lxxv/ \j v prejnnture decay, nerv
ous- debility, lost manhood, etc., having
tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple wlf-CUrS which he will
send FREE to his fellow sufForcrß. Addrcs. 1
C. J. MASON", P(,stollicc box 3179, New York ,
THE I.os ANOLI.ES CITY WATER CO.
will strictly enforce the following rule: The ]
hours for sprinkling are between 0 and 8 1
o'clock a. M. and 0 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a
I violation ofthe above regulation the water
will be shut off and a flue of two dollars will
be charged before water will be turned on i
"It should be used everywhere where im
pure gases are generated from decomposing
matter." —Holmes Smith, M. D.,Savauuah,
The Mexican remedy for diseases of the
kidneys and bladder is Damiana Bitters.
Michel Levy A Co., wholesale ratos.
j£K Lt» ttsss
Cures al! Diseases originating iron
a disordered state of the BLOOD 01
LIVER. Rheumati.-jn, Neuralgia
Soils, Blotches, Hmplss, Scrofula,
rumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to its piirifyinf
wop*, ties, it leaves the BJood pur 6,
he Liver and Kidn?y3 healthy ant'
;he Cortiplexira. bright &ad clear.
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THE BEST IN THE
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Kidneys and Stomacb.
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nervous. To prevent a more serious con
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stimulants and take Simmons Liver RegulatoS
If yo; * aye eaten anything hard of
digestion, t, feel henvy after meals or
sleepless at Mtl a dose and you
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If you are c snfTerer with
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Simmons l.iv-r Rupulator. It does not
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trifle. It wi!; cure ycu.
If you wakt up in the morning with a
bitter, bad fin your mouth,
Ifl ■ ¥TV3 Liver Regulator. It cot-
I A X ■* Tcr;s mc * iili * , ' JS Stomach, sweeten.i
A AslrssmU tht- lireath, and cleanses the Furred
Tongue. Chil'ln*'! of'en need some safe Cathar
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I iimmons Li\cr Regulator will relieve Colic, Head
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cleansing, toning, wuhout violent
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LAND IMPROVEMENT CO.
Wilson Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
j FACTS ABOUT ll I,[.HRTO>.
I Fullerton is a town site on tho San Diego
: division of the Santa Fe Railroad, twenty
three miles southwest of Los Augeles and
three miles north of Anaheim. It is a regyi
(lar station on that railway aud all trains will
i stop there.
[ ADVA STAG KB.
I Fullerton has the most productive country
: , tributary to it of any new town site laid out
} in Southern California; the country around
jis noted for its fertile soil and the great
| abundance of water. The water is derived
t from the Anah im ditch, which, as is well
I known, is the most copious supply in South
iem California. Oranges grow to the greatest
! perfection. The famous Gilman ranch ad
; Joins the town site of Fullerton. The Gilman
i place is the "show" walnut grove in the
; State, visitors being taken there from all
! parts of the country a nil shown it as a sample
' of what can be done iv the way of having a
' perfect walnut grove. Oranges and limes
from this section are noted throughout the
I State as being the finest produced anywhere,
1 and commanding the top market price.
| Land in the vicinity of Fullerton is still at
j a very reasonable figure, as the country is
I comparatively little known, being at present
' out of the wav of the general line of travel.
I With the advent of the Santa Fe Railroad,
j which is expected within ninety days, prop
■ erty will advance very materially, as it will
; then tirst be introduced to many seeking pro
| ductive land at lower prices than that asked
j for in and about Pasadena.
j The origiual and largest ostrich farm is
! oniy one mile from the town, aud is a great
1 source of interest to tourists. One hundred
j ostriches may be counted.
> runs through the center of the town, one
hundred feet wide aud ten miles long. This
j will be oue of the linest avenues in the Houth
lem country. Lined with umbrageous shade
! trees, and the soil is naturally adapted to
' road-mnking, packing as hard as asphalt,
and never dusty or muddy.
Immense deposits of oil and asphaltum
occur in the neighborhood.
PRICES OF LAND.
Ordinary land without water can be pur
chased for from ,*7o to $300 per acre i oast
land with water at to ,f7OO per sere,
and there is but little doubt that all this land
will sell readily at ijilOOO peracre within six
mouths from date.
IMPROVEMENTS IN TIIE TOWN OF FLLEERTON.
A 835,000 hotel is now in course of erec
tion and will be finished withiu ninety days:
two other $10,000 brick buildings nre now
contracted for and will be finished within
the same time. A bank with $100,000 capi
tal is incorporated, and will put Bpasls,ooo
pressed-brlck building immediately,
a number of houses arc now in course of con
struction and many lots have been sold con
ditionally upou brick buildings being erected
A cement sidewalk six feet wide Is now be
ing laid upon all the principal streets; water
piped in heavy iron pipes and under good
pressure through the streets.
pp.ices or LOTS.
Lots range in price from .<1">0 to $700: all
streets are graded aud there is not au unde
sirable lot in the entire town site, as the
ground Is perfectly level, with a slight fall
from the foothills.
The soil is a fine sanrtv loam which neither
gets muddy nor dusty.
Fullerton being but eight eight miles from
the ocean, gets the sea breeze much sooner
than towns on the othi r side of the foothill,
thus producing a low temperature in sum
mer, and at the same time the proxhnitv lo
the ocean "SUSSS a more eouul and warmer
temperatn in winter.
Fullerton .as the best soil, the best water
the best climate, the largest and most pro
ductive territory tributary to it, the liest rail
road facilities, and there Is more cash being
expended iv It ou permanent Uaprovements
than ou any new town in Southern Cali
For prices of town lots and acre property,
lnquireof IVILSHIBE &. CO.
Ameiuoe Bros., M N. Spring St.,
Anaheim, Cal. Los Angeles.
The Original and Only Genuine.
B.SjtuidSMfSßS Bell.blo. Bfwmno: worthleMiln'Miczt.
lmt.neoi.blo to LADIES. Ask ;onr Orn/rd.l Tor
"C&lebMiert K>nll.a*.nd uk» »o oiher, or (Ti to . 1.-.
(buhjml w .. ftYjMrtleßlara in Utur br n-u m .uu,'!.
Hi: AI, KOTATK. It I. AI, ESTATE.
TTNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THE McGARRY
vJ Tract, bounded by Ninth, Tenth and Alameda streets,
near the new Passenger Depot of the Southern Pacific
Railway Company. $80,000 worth sold already. The
whole tract cleaned out in less thau two weeks by private
sale, exceptiug a few choice lots still to be had, if taken
Secure them from first hands and make the profit, as
the lots sold have already doubled in value. Those left
are now worth double tht price we will close them out at,
They are the cheapest lots ou the market to-day in this
booming section of the city. Come and see tiie list of
, lots sold, and secure a lot at the present low prices.
STFREE CARRIAGES. -&3
STAUNTON & MATTHEWS,
3 NORTH MAIN STREET.
THE GRANDEST OF ALL
Secure a Lot at First Prices and Double Your Money in Thirty Diys.
THE WELL KNOWN
MEADE AND DALTON TRACT
* Situated on Washington and Alameda Streets,
HAS BEEN SUBDIVIDED, AND WILL BE OFFERED AT
Private Sale, On and After Wednesday, September 14th, 1887.
187 Beautiful Level Residence Lots
Each lot in covered with the finest and choicest Vines und Fruit Trees.
THE ELECTRIC STREET RAILWAY
Will be completed and running through the tract in ninety days, making the entire tract of easy access to the
£PJJ~TIie prices are so low (450 to $1150) that they will insure quick returns to the purchaser. Kemcmber there are
only 182 lots, and they will sell rapidly. Secure a lot liefore it is too late.
TERMS—One-third cash; one-third in eight months; one-third in fourteen months.
The Sale Commences Wednesday, September 14th, 1887
By the following reliable firms, and maps aud full information can be obtained from them :
W. W. BARNES, N. E. Cor. Main and 2nd Sts. HUGHES & JACOB!, 316 North Main St
SMITH BROS & SHUMWAY.3.2 1-2 N. Main. CARLTON LAND CO,, 28 N. Spring St.
sepl3 .i m J. E YOAKUM, 404 North Main St.
On MONDAY, Sept. 12, 9 o'clock,
The Occidental Improvement Co.
Will begin the Sale of Lots in
[SANTA FE SPRINGST
444 Lots From so Feet Front to IO Acres!
PRICE, $SOO—Only $50 Cash. The most liberal scheme yet offered.
(Quick Sales and Small Profits is our Motto.)
Water will be Piped to the Front of Every Bcmldeiice, BUNluess and Villa l.ot.
The Homestead JPlan of Distribution!
Soinolxidy will get the Sanford home place, worth $15,000 to $20,000. (This Company guarantees to pay $10,000
cash for same on day of distribution.)
.Several 10-Acre Tracts, each worth #5000
Fifty or more 5-Aere Tracts, each worth #3000
One Hundred Villa Lots, each worth 01500
Business Lots, 50 feet front, worth #500
We guarantee $3500 cash for a 5-acre tract, or $1503 for a Villa lot, or $750 for Residence, or $1500 for a Business lot
as designated on map. You can make money by looking into this. Maps, circulars, etc., at
OFFICE, 18 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
Opposite Nadeau House and Stock Exchange.
gmf* '»•" Carriages Leave the Office Tuesday, Thurnday land Jaturday of Each JWeek, at 9 a. m. aaara
BSS-BIGNET CHARTER, NO. 57, K. A. M
Meets statedly on tho first Thursday
of each month, ut 7:15 r. M.. at Masonic
Hall, McDonald Block Sojourning com
panions iv good standing cordially Invited.
J. 11. MARTIN, H. P.
R. T. Mcllard, Secretary.
■apaMBRICAJI LEGION OF HONOR.—
Safety Council, No ti()4, meets second
and fourth' Thursday evcinugs of each
month at their hall, Evening Express build
ing. SojouruinK companions in good stand
ing are cordially Invited.
W. T. BARNKTT, Commander.
George W. Knox, Secretary.
KS=L(IS ANGEI.EI* COUNCIL, No. 11,
■53** Uoval ami Select Masters, F. and A.
JL, holds it's stated assemblies on the fourth
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at
7:30 p."m. Sojourning companions in good
standing are fraternally invited to attend.
Hv order of the Th:. 111:.
J. E. 8. BILL. Recorder.
TEMPLAR. — CIEUR DE
Lien commandery, No. 9, K. T„
holds Its stated conclaves In the asylum in
Masonic Hall on tlie third Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p. K. Sojourning Knights
Templar in good standing arc cordially ill
vlied to attend, By order of the E. C.
K. T. ICpllabd, Recorder.
■SX=Lo.s ANGELES CHAPTER, No. 33,
v. ,\. M.—Stated convocations ou
the Becond Monday of each month at. 7:30
P. m. at Masonic Hall, Spring street. So
journing companions in good stauding are
fraternally invited. By order of
G. F. McLELLAN. 11.
T. J. CPPDT, Secretary.
AXGELKS LODGE, No. 8030 K.
of B.—Regular meeting! are held
every Wednesday evening at old Masonic
Hall, Spring street. Visiting brothers ure
cordially in\ilcd to attend.
H. c. AUSTIN, Dictator.
av-s»].OS ANGELES LODGE, No. 35. I. 0.0.
m^e r F. Regular meeting hcldon Wednes
day evening of each week at 7:30 o'clock.
Sojourning brethren in good standing are
11. 11. CRAWFORD, N. G.
En. F. Pkaiso, R. s. ,
gnatOKANOX COC NCI 1., No 26, 1. 6.0. F..
meets every Wednesday evening of
each week at 7:80 o'clock in Good Templars'
Hall. Visiting member! arc cordially iu
vited. R. W. HEADY, N. G.
A. J. E. Fckbisii, R. s.
■SW.TRI-COLOR LODGE. So. 00,' K. of P.,
meets every Friday evening in Py
thian Castle, 24 Spring slreet. Sojourning
Knights invited. 11. T. PAYNE, C. C.
Isaac S. Smith, K. of R. and
■p-apI.OS ANGELES LOI'GE, No. 55, A.
JjKf? ii. f. w.—Regular meetings are held
every Wednesday evening at A. O. U. W.
HalL Child!' Building. Main street. Visit
ing brethren are cordially invited.
A. F. MACKEV, M. W.
Walter Devkracx, Recorder.
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