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Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
Time. | Bar.
I :C0 «,. m. 90 02
6:M> |). in.i29.07
Maximum temneratuie, 70.
Minimum temperature, 43.
lor -ca>t for Southern California: Continued
I, -: weather: marly stationary temperature;
In tit wc«t to north winds.
Isaac Wolf bae #5 on deposit at the
police etation for violating the aidewalk
A gold watch chain waa picked up on
the atreet yeßterday. It ie at the public
station awaiting an owner.
The Young Temple Street [cub de
feated the Cyclones yesterday afternoon
by the score of 7to 6. The feature of
the game wae tbe batting of the Temple
Cbarlee Smith ia a character picked
np by the police. He had a Bet of har
neee and could give no plausible excuse
for having the same in hie poeseeeion.
The harneae ie awaiting the owner.
Two burclars attempted to enter the
house at 928 Myrtle avenue tbe other
night. Officer Major happened along,
when tho fellows ran away. He ahot
twice at one of the me t but both of them
T. E. Turner and family of 458 Grand
avenue attended the Salvation army
meeting on South Spring street yeeter
day alternoon. When they went down
stairs their fine buggy carriage waa
found to be miesing. They think it
Editor J. L. Edmundaon of the Ban
ning Herald is in tbe city.
D. W. Shanks, Jr., left Saturday night
for a trip through Colorado aud the
H. B. Maxaon, J. C. Rice and M. O.
Tbrelkild of tbe United Statea eurvey
are guests of tbe Hollenbeck.
Fred J. Behre ie in the city, engaged
upon the preparation of a relief map of
Los Angelee county for the midwinter
fair. The map is to be 10x15 feet. It
will firet be modeled in clay, and then a
plaster caet will be taken, after which it
will be painted. It will show the cur-
I face of the county and be quite an addi
tion to the exhibit.
For Santa Catalina Island.
Steamer sails from San Pedro every
Saturday, connecting with morning
trains from Loa Angelea; returning
Monday following. Wilmington Trans.
Co., 130 W. Second et.
COLONEL HANNA'S VENTURE.
Ua la Charged With Beating People at
Another dead beat haa been brought
np with a round turn. "Colonel"
Hanna, aa he is pleased to call himaelf,
'ia in the meehea of the law at Santa
Barbara, and aa aoon aa they get
through with him up there he will be
brought here on a aerioue charge.
Hanna ia aaid to have beaten numer
ous meat markets in tbia city, though
the livery atablea were the particular
object ot hia attention.
He is laid to have added forgery to
hie smaller erimea. He gave the San
Marcos hotel at Santa Maria a worthleaa
'cheek for $150 and borrowed (50 on a
similar piece of paper. He will be tried
on numeroua charges this week at Santa
World's Fair Colombian Edition Illus
This beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, is now on sale by
ail tbe newsdealers and at the Herald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustration. As a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it haa
never been equalled. Price, 15 centß in
Howry & Breaee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
The San Francisco Examiner will exhibit a
choice selection of views from its World's Fair
Fortlo lo at the old courthouse, opposite the
United States hotel this and several eveningß
following. These views will be projected on a
mammoth canvas by the most powerful
■tereopticon ever manufactured, and the en
tire exhibition is a treat to thofe who did not
visit the fair and a pleasant reminiscence to
those who did. Do not fail to see this exhibit.
Corran's Los Angeles Directory.
The canvass for this directory for 1804 Is
about completed, and tbe compilation of same
rapidly progressing. The pnbllc are respect
fully requested to send any changeß of business
or resldeuoe to our office. This is tbe old and
reliable directory of Los Angelas,established in
1887, See that your name is in It correctly.
Corran's Los Angeles Directory, 103 South
At Heng Lee's, 505 N. Main St., Chinese and
Japanese bazar. A choice line of bric-a-brac
and fancy chiuaware. Manufactory for ladies'
underwear and gents' shirts aud furnishing
goods at reduced pricea Complete stock.
Wall Paper Down.
We are going out of the wholesale business,
and must sell retail at wholesale prices; will
show goods with pleasure whether you buy or
not. CHICAGO WALL PAPER HOUSE, 237 B,
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobelein's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught In all the principal ua
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Allso street. Tele
phone til. _
A t wholesale, good paper, sc; price ot hang
ing, 10c. a roll; your chance now: get samples.
F. J. BAUER, 237 S. Spring.
The ladles of Los Angeles are all wondering
at the prices charged for fine Imported black
dress goods at 235 S. Spring st. J. J. Hailinan
J. C. Cunningham.
Manufacture and dealer In trunks and travel
ling bags, 236 8. Spring St. Tel. 818.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 45a-5S
6. Broadway. Tel. 427.
If You Need a Truss
Callat Beckwlth's pharmacy, 303 North Ualn,
A Sit guaranteed.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman ii Co., 240 8. Spring at
Fancy Northern Grapes.
New crop navel oranges, Finest assortment
fruits and vegetables at Althouse Brothers 105
W. First street; tel. 398. Goods aellrereu.
Dr. D. S. Diffenbacher, Dentist.
No. lltfK 8. Spring street; room* 4 and 5,
In these hard times when money is
scarce it pays' more than ever to read
advertisements. Be sure and look over
tbe classified columns on the sixth page
ol the Hkbald daily. You will be sur
prised to see how much you can gain
and save. You will find situations
offered; good help advertised; bargains
in real estate; cheap rooms and board ;
chances to buy paying business houses;
real estate at prices which make it ab
surd to pay rent; and bargains ol all
descriptions. Advertising in these col
umns iB very cheap, costing only live
cents per line a day.
Hotel Tustin, two miles east of Santa
Ana, Orange connty, Cal., has about 20
more sunny rooms not yet engaged.
Most pleasant family resort in Southern
California. Surrounded by beautiful
orange |groves. One hour's run irom
Loa Angeles. Good hunting and fishing
close by. Stage meets all trains. San
lord Johnson, proprietor and manager.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doreey, Stimson block,
second floor, rooms 129 130-131. Special
attention given to obstetrical cases and
all diseases of women and children. Elec
tricity scientifically used. Consultation
hours 1 to 5. Telephone 1227.
Go to Ebinger's restaurant. Third and
Spring streets; regular dinners and best
order honse in tlie city. Everything
first-class. Attentive white waiters: no
Chinese employed. Open from 0 a. m.
to 12 o'clock midnight.
If you want to get a 50-cent meal ior
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining
hall. 219 and 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro
Bead S. Conradi'e display art. on the
second page. Finest bargains in the city
in the jewelry line. Here is a chance to
buy holiday presents at very low prices.
123 N. Spring street. He has to move
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block. Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun
days and evenings by appointment. Of
fice telephone, 1150; residence, 1056.
Get one of those beautiful parlor easels
now on sale nt Liclitenberger's art em
porium, 107 N. Main street. Price, this
week, $1 to $5. Holiday goods now
ready for inspection.
Toys free with your purchase of
boots and shoes at the great gilt sale
now on at the cheapest place on earth,
118 East First street, between Main and
Los Angeleß streets.
The beet remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and soreness in the lunge is
Rowell'e Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Alwaysopen. BaaementTimPß building.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 230 and 23i". South Main street,
and get one dozen full length cabinet
photos until further notice for 75 cents.
The finest photographs in the city at
greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75
cents per dozen for a short time only.
Lamson studio, 313 South Spring street.
Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
(unions resort at the Hammam bath,
230 South Main street. Los Angelea.
Business men who secure their' job
orinting at the Hkbald office receive
courteous treatment and neat, attract
ive work at moderate prices.
Don't pay high prices for your cloth
ing, but order from Joe Poheim, the
tailor, and you can save $5 to #10 on
each suit. 143 8. Spring Bt.
For good meat and Baueages of all
kinds, call at Louis Streuber's. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St.,
Adams Bros., dentists, 238% Sonth
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Tbe best sets of teeth from
|6 to $10.
We will Bend Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Los An
geles. Call or address 123 South Main
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel atsoc ocr gal. T. Vache .v.Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 300.
Mme. l)u .Barry's wrinkle cream and
balm, the queen of skin foods, sold at
242.. South Broadway, next to city hail.
Pianoe for sale, rent; tuning and re
pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los
Angeles street and 054 S. Spring street.
Dr. A.Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 254.
For pure Sonoma Zinlandel, call at E.
Fleur'B, 404-406 N. Loe Angeleß st. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
Dr. Joieph iCurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians aud surgeons, have removed
their office to 147 South Main street.
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, 137 S. Broad
way, specialist in catarrh, throat dis
eases, bronchitis and consumption.
Dr. K. D. Wise, ofiice 226 South Spring
street. Office hours from Btoloa. m.
and 2tosp. m. Telephone 316.
Dr. C. B. Jones has removed hia office
to the Stimson block. Telephones:
Office, 460; residence, 544.
Rooms ana board at the Windermere,
Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. Special
rates given for the winter.
Look for Stover & Oliver'a ad in busi
See W. P. Mcintosh's display ad. of
orange and lemon lands in another col
Look for Stover & Oliver's ad in busi
Robert Sharp & Co., funeral directors
(independent), 536 S. Spring st.; tel. 1029.
Twenty per cent discount on holiday
goods at Campbell's, 325 S. Spring at.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main,
telephone 1159, opp. St. Elmo hotel.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at $1.25 per day.
Look for Stover & Oliver'a ad in busi
Insure with A. C. Golan, 147 South
Mechanical maeaage institute, 755
Drß. Rogers & McCoy. Eye, ear, throat.
Dr. Parry, ear and eye, 129.; W. Firat.
Big aale at Campbell's. See ad.
World's Fair Go Inn. (Man Kdttlon Illus
Thia beautiful publication, printed on
the finest book paper, ie now on sale by
all tbe newadealera and at the Herald
business office, It contains 48 page* of
information about Southern California
and over 50 illustrations. As a publics,
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price, 15 cente in
s> I.". Kaward.
Offci Vaughn, druggists, corner Fourth
end Spring streets, are authorized to re
fund the above in any case that a single
bottle of Smith's! Dandruff Pomade fails
to cure. Never known to fail. Try it.
Finest Variety anil Cheapest
Place In town for fish, &ame, oysters, etc. Fred
Hanniiuan't. Mott market.
LOST ANGELES HERALD MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11. 1891%
SAYS HE WAS WRONGED
COMPLAINT AGAINST THE POLICE
Jamas F.. Demorest Is Kept In tho
Prison for Nearly Two
Days aa » Sus
About 2 o'clock last Sunday morning
a man was brought into the police sta
tion and booked aa a suspect. Tbe
arrest wae credited to Officer Talaman
tea of tbe Sonoratown beat. From
papers in tbe man's pocket it waa
aacertaincd tbat hia name waa James E.
De mores t.
He declared that he wae innocent of
any wrong, but no attention wae paid to
bim, and ho wae locked up and kept
confined all of Sunday and part of Mon
day. In vain did the "suspect" beg the
jailer to give him a chance to get to his
friends, ac he desired to get out and go to
work. Again he wae disregarded, but
finally the chief of police was called.
Alter hearing Demorest'a statement he
promptly ordered him turned loose.
Demorest is a recent arrival in thie
city, and runs a sandwich stand nightly
on Main etreet, between Third and
Fourth streets. He called at the Her
ald office recently and gave hie vereion
of the affair. Demoreet seeme to feel
hie position keenly, and saya that a
great injustice was done him. "I bad
finished my work about midnight
on Saturday, one week ago, and
had been invited by a friend, Mr. R. S.
Cumminge, to spend tbe night with him
at the Detroit bouse on New High
etreet. I reached that vicinity about
two hours later. I had not been drink
ing. Beinß a stranger in that neigh
borhood 1 mounted the etepe of what I
supposed waa tbe Detroit house. I had
hardly rapped on the door before a big
white dog ran up and sprang at my
throat. A man coon followed and asked
what I waa doing. I told him I waa
looking lor the Detroit house.
" 'Well,' he replied, "this ie not the
place. But you come with me and I
will put you where you won't bother
"He led me down the stairs, and,
taking me across the etreet, delivered
me toa police officer, saying something
"I told the officer who I wae and
what 1 was doing. He said that I had
no business to be prowling around at
tbat time of the night. I replied by
ashing him to go to the Detroit house
aud arouse my iriend, who would verify
all I had eaid.
"Tbe officer refused to do this, and
eummoned the patrol wagon and had
me taken to the station hotiae.
"No attention wae paid to what I said
there, and I was locked up and not re
leased until the following Monday.
"I am employed in thia sandwich
wagon, and by being kept in prison Sun
day night was prevented from working,
which 1 am not well able to stand."
Officer Talamanteß waß asked for hia
version of the affair, which in substance
corroborated Demoreat's "tatemeuta.
Tbe officer a>>.id that Mr. Florae, the ed
itor of a Spanish paper, waa the man
who had turned Demurest over to him.
Tti6 prisoner was perfectly Bober, but
Talamantea eaid he had no right to be
prowling around. He had also been
looking after another man, and did not
know whether Demoreet waa his pal or
Mr. Demoreet stated that he had taken
legal counsel and proposed it possible to
obtain reparation from the police de
partment for the injury to him and the
apparent abuse of authority.
WHAT ALL WANT TO KNOW.
A Letter from Director-General IS. H.
De Young to Sir. Frank Wiggins.
The following extracts from a letter
from Mr. M. H. De Young to Mr. Frank
Wiggine will anewer many of the ques
tions hourly asked concerning the mid
"No plana have been matured for the
disposition of perishable materials after
they have been on exhibition and where
they are not sufficiently deteriorated to
render their sale impoßaible. I have no
doubt, however, but permission will be
given to exhibitors to remove auch ex
hibits and aell them outside the fair or,
if inside the fair, on euch terme aa will
be mutually eatiefactory between the
exposition managers and the owners of
"Police and fire protection will be
"In regard to awards, it ia the in
tention oi the committee to formulate
rules aud regulations which will be in
harmony with the exhibitora, and the
details will be announced in future.
In regard to rule 12 (requiring all ex
hibits to bo installed by December 12th)
concerning exhibitß, pleaae consider
December 10th and December 20th
obliterated, as we will give the longest
poeeible time for installation.
Each county wiii have entire super
vision over the installation of tbeir ex
hibits in the county building, subject of
course to all sanitary and other reason
able rules of the executive committee.
Every opportunity will be given your
counties to change their exhibits and
replace with freah material when neces
"Ventura county eende word that at a
meeting held there Saturday, the mid
winter fair committee accepted the
epace aßeigned them in the Southern
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
FOP. FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also, first premiums above all competitors at a fair held
O'-tober, ISK2, and at all previous exhibits wherever work was entered for competition iv the
state. Largest and mo.t complete photographic studio in Southern California. All tha latest
styles and designs used.
IQ7 NORTH SPRING STREET. 11-2 am
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO
DR. J- P- TUDOR, MANAGER.
RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER. S\
Ist grade, 2d grade, tfS.5O; 3d grade. $3. f^^^^y^^S^-^^^
Aluminum Plates $12 OtolflSOO (^S^k^^kr^^'^C^^
i u.ri.-.ain Crowns - "■• °0 Wf'*?fcSSSsS§SßVSE=r^J c 7K"i<%iffl
(iold Crowns »0" '°, 7 00 fft
Go d Fillings rromslsou,. W '' M
! Sliver or Amalgam Fillings... 600 to fl fe Vafc 7 <t**Mjrl
■ Cement Fillings , 60cto_<oo _ r/P**Jt liWi
I Teeth extracted for 25c. Painlesr. extraction. <JJ(|H i riTY/Cf \' II iU
I The administration of gas a specialty at 750. [ tjj^^
£«JP-ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO. 2t i„ B 'S£f2r
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
California building by tbe Sontbern
California Midwinter Fair association,
and tbat F. A. Foster had been ap
pointed manager for their county ex
hibit. He intends to have a lieutenant
on the ground to scour the country and
keep him supplied with freah exhibits
during the fair.
"The Loa Nietoe walnnt-growera will
make individual exhibita of walnuta in
dependent of the walnut tower.
"San Diego county holda a midwinter
fair meeting tonight in that city, when
the final arrangements will be made for
the permanent installation of tboir ex
The Sooth at the Fair.
San Franciaco Chronicle: Yester
day's Chronicle contained a picture of
the building which Southern California
is to erect at the midwinter fair, and we
desire to congratulate that part of the
state on the excellent taate displayed.
The central portion of the edifice will
have a frontage ol 65 feet by a depth of
95, and will be 50 feet high, while on
each aide will be wings, each of which
will have a frontage of 47 1 feet and a
depth of 65 feot.
The building, as our illustration
showed, ia a harmonioua and symmetri
cal edifice, in what ia called the Spanish-
American style of architecture, and we
may say, without being unduly com
plimentary, tbat it will be one of the
moat characteristic and effective build-
inRB at the midwinter fair. It will mean
something, and, whether architecture
be an art or a profession, all are, agreed
tbat the beet Bpecimens of architecture
in the world are those that have some
thing to say for themselves and whu-h
teach a lesson to those who possess the
eyes of understanding.
Having provided for this splendid
and commodiouß building, Southern
California may be trusted to make tbe
inside as attractive as the outside, and,
in all kindness and good faith, we
warn Central and Northern California,
that the people of the south are
"rustlers" when they get started, and
that the rivalry, however generous it
may be, will be pushed to its extreme
limit at the coming exposition. Tnere
are a great many things in Southern
California beside citrus fruits, and it ia
safe to say that the very best of every
thing will be exhibited at the midwinter
And this ie just as it should be.
Tbe midwinter fair is not intended to be
a Cheap John show. We want to show
tbe world, or as much of it ac will vißit
ne, the very best tbat the great state of
California can do. arid the mimibilir.iei
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3-7 12m LOS ANUELMS, CAL.
RED FROKfr MARKET;
255 S. MAIN ST.—TEL. 276.
Sell fine fresh eggs, doz 2Sc
Creamery Butter, roll lOrj
Best quality Rex ham, per lb 13>4c
Picnic ham, per lb 11c
TomiHoes. 3 cans 20c
Poultry T.ab, Qaroc, Pickled Meats, Fruit
ana Pro! c and hundreds of other articles
sold In a. jporttm. Imourtod and domestic
cheese. Prompt delivery free of charge,
of the future ac well, and tbat can be
accomplished only by dieplaying the
very beet and choicest exhibits from
every part of the etate. Southern Cal
ifornia will assuredly put her beet foot
foremost, and unlees other parts of the
state do the same they will have only
themselves to blame if they do not re
ceive tbe attention which their intrinsic
merit should beetow upon them.
FIRED TWO SHOTS.
Two Petty LaroanUte Oaatjht While
Officers Kinney and Walker had a
midnight cbaee after two petty thieves
night before last.
The fellows were detected in etealing
aauitof clothes from the "Poor Man's
Friend" store on Main atreet. Whether
they mistook the intention of the name
haa not been learned.
The thieves attempted to eecape and
nenrlv succeeded when Kinney fired
two ehots to frighten them into a halt.
They ran almost into Walker's arras.
Tbey gave their names aa John Kelly
and William Card.
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The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
aonthing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, tbe
most gratifying results follow ite uee;
no that it ia the boat family remedy
known and every family ahould have a
Flrp Insurance Rates Kedueed.
Independent of the "compact." See Basker
vllie. North Main (Lanfranco buildlnu) and
280 envelopes, 50c: \ j rm writing vapor, 25c.
Langstsilter, SUi W. Second, Hollenbeek hotel.
j Holiday Goods j
♦ —SATS— *
S KAN-KOO j
V Curios from everywhere, Silk I
♦ Handkerchiefs. Ncreenes, Silk ♦
} Shawls, Silk Embroidered Dress-X
♦ iiii;' Gowns und Smoking Jack- X
♦ els.Larqner, Sandal Wood, Husk- •
X ets, SatsnmM, i f>i«si>iuie. Force-X
♦ lain, Bronzes aiid all kinds ot X
♦curios irom China and Japan,J
% Mexii-sn mi Indian Goods, in £
♦ eluding Silver Filigree, Sombre- ♦
♦ ros, (ipals, Hair Ornaments, j
X Stamps! Leather, Bows and Ar- X
♦ rows, Zerapt-s, etc. Fine Lot ol'j
x Navajo Blankets. All kinds ofX
X I aliforuia Souvenirs. X
j Fine Stationery and Copper ♦
J plate Engraving. X
♦ French and Crape Tissue ♦
t Faper iv all shades. j
1 KAN-KOO. I
X 1108. Epring it., Opn. Nadsau Hois'. X
«. 10-8 Sm X
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, &c.
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