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R port of observations taken at Los Angeles,
lime. Ber. Ther.
..ii p. a, :io <5| M>
vnxiinuni tcmperstnre, 50.
KlUlssaa temperature, 38.
"or. cast lor Southern California: Fair
a Stnur: nearly stationary temperature, ex
„c. le; Friday morning: north to east
Thee was nothing new yesterday in
the hunt for ihe Roecoe train robbers.
Tn* oiiicers are anil looking for them.
No dull times at Dtßinoud'e in the
Hrv»on blork. His greit, values in
12.60 ulk and stiff hats and 50c ties are
in* key to it all.
Look over Desmond's snpnrb line of
»2.5(i soft and etifl hats and then yon will
nnUer.'acd why his store in the Bryson
b.oi k if always crowded.
Toe tain record at Burbmk from the
24 h in- :.. :it 6 a m. to tbe 27th at G a.m.
eNiws I incbe", msking a total for the
season "Mice October of 5 5 H inches.
.It,- K. Hunter, the well-known at
torney, will ninvH into h:s ollices in the
Bum w.ii block tomorrow, where he will
have c immodioui nnd elegnrul} titted-up
V] r«. \nniT P. Andrews of this city
tin" w rttte-i a history and pocket manual
ol the Ancient Order of Foresters of
America and its branches. It is bright
ly wiuteiiand lull oi valuable inforiiia-
Oi.e hi tl'.s fcne»t series of lectures ever
given n L"i Angeles will be the (-iayley
ci.iir°e on Knglisii Comedy, from Shake
"••ears t.i St sr dan, at the Church of the
Unii >. commencing January 2d. Tickets
L.r lt»e c iiirso, six admissions, $1; on
es.e i-l Stoll it Tl.ayet's.
J l.c tJorglniu studio, in the St. Vin
ceo'-'s bai!din„'. is closed for a holiday
vscati. n, and elapses will not be re
moiH until January 31. Mr. Borglnm
is busily engaged organizing the mid
wiii.er lair art committee, and gives his
assurance that the local exhibit will be
a most creditable one.
Go on New Year's Day
To Bob Kern's B ohelieu ualoon, Bryßon
block, lor your turkey and egguogg.
Beautiful Catalina Island.
Regular steamer nervice from San
I'tiro. Two and a half hours'sail lo a
different tointry and charming climate.
Inquire Wilmington Transportation
company, 130 West Second atreet.
The primary class of the Firat Con
i/'eiiatiouai ehiircli will give a Chriet
m.vi eutertaiiiuieut aud doll drill in the
i.mU.iß of the church Friday afternoon
lit. '2:30 o'clock. Admission, 10 cents.
I ii-keta for sale at Brown's mueic store.
!i the weather is unpleasant the enter
■» nment will be postponed until Mon
i iv «ltern'on, January Ist.
On account of the rain Tuesday night
litis* Christmaß eutertaiumeut of tbe
ii« hesda Sabbath school was post
notied until tonight, the 29th inst. The
exercises will consist of a very pretty
■mi ata entitled A Jolly Christmas, aud
a pleasant evening it promised all who
H you want to see orange groves and
nnoa-eapped mountains at tbe same
inn* take a trip over the kite-shaped
irnck of tbe Santa Fe. You will pass
through mountains, valleys, orange and
lemon grovei. Call for information at
city ticket office, 129 North Spring
For all the latest novelties in Christ
mas goods call on Sanborn, Vail & Co. 1
133 South Spring street. Their stock ie
complete in framed pictures, photo'
frames, screens, toilet and traveling sets
and a large line of novelties. Call and
Warnon gospel meetings every night
at Temperance Temple hall, corner of
Broadway and Temple street.
Snow In the Mountains.
In a few minutes from Echo Moun
tain House thousands ot Christmas
trees all ready trimmed, aiong the line
of tbe Mount Lowe railway. Through
Christmas week and thereafter maple
sugar parties and turkey dinners. Now
is tbe time to visit the mountains. See
Los Angeleß Terminal and Mouut
Lowe railway time card.
HrttUh Flagthip Itoyal Arthur nt Port
On Saturday and Sunday, and through
the courtesy of Rear Admiral Henry F.
Stephenson, C. 8., will be open to
visitors on both days. Port Bos Angeles
is reached only by the Southern Pacific
company. Round trip Saturday ucd
Sunday 50 cents.
To Ssu Diego.
Only $8 for the rouud trip tickets,
good for five days. Also round trio tick
ets, good for 10 days, $7 ■ ', via tbe eurf
line of the Santa Fe. Trains leave at
8:16 a. m. and 4:110 p. m.
Fassilsas Tournament i*f the Roses.
Take tie Terminal railway for Pasa
dena. 1 >ne and one-third fare round
trip. Trains every hour.
At Feng Let's, 505 N. Main st., Chinese ard
jspanese bazar. A cliolce line of bric-a-brac
and fancy cbinaware. Manufactory for ladles'
underwear and gents' shirts and furnlshlug
goods al reduced prices. 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 PAFKR HOUoit, 837 S.
I ring street. _
Our Home Brew.
Maler a Zobeleln's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught In all the principal sa
loons: delivered promptly In bottles or kegs,
office aud brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele
At wholeiale, good paper, 5c; prtce of hang
lnjr, 10c. a roll; yonr chance now; get lamples.
K J. UAUIK, 237 S. Spring.
J. C. Cunningham.
Manufacture and dealer In trnnki an! travel
ling bags, 230 8. Spring at. Tel. 81e.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
eelli.'actton, promptneie, reaaotable; 4atV56
fc. Broadway. Tel. 427.
If You Need a Truss,
Ball at Beckwirh'a paaraacy, 303 Houn Vain.
A ill aiiaiautaea.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman 4 Co., 240 8. Spring it
In these bard times when -money ie
scarce it pays more than ever to read
advertisements. Be enre and look over
the classified columns on the sixth page
of the Herald daily. You will be sur
prised to ace how mnch you can gain
•nd save. Yon will find situations
offered; good help advertised; bargains
in real estate; cheap rooms and board;
chances to boy paying business houses;
real estate at prices which make it ab
surd to pay rent; and bargains of all
descriptions. Advertising in these col
umns is very cheap, costing only five
cents per line a day.
Hotel Ttißtin, two miles east of Santa
Ana, Orange county, Cal., has about 20
more sunny rooms not yet engaged.
Most pleasant family resort in Southern
California. Surrounded by beautiful
orange |grovee. One hour's run from
Lob Angeles. Good hunting and fishing
cloee by. Stage meete ail trains. San
lord Johnson, proprieter and manager.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimeon block,
second floor, rooms 129 130-131. Special
attention given to obstetrical cases and
all diseasesof women and children. Elec
tricity scientifically need. Consultation
hours 1 to 5. Telephone 1227.
Buy Christmas presents at Licbten- [
berger's art emporium, 107 North Main j
street. Prang's Christmas cards, pic
tures, frames, mirrors, easels, artiste'
outfits and articles for decoration at
prices within the reach of all.
(io to Kbinger's restaurant. Third and
Spring etieete ; regular dinners and beat
order house iv the city. Everything
firatci»se. Attentive white waiters : no
Chinese employed. Open from ba. m.
to 12 o'clock midnight.
Music boxes from Title to J75; guitars
and banjis from $1 to 5.70; vioiinß
and mandolins at your own price; all
the latest music: also a catalogue of
8500 nieces 10c music—Eicon & Cist, |
329 S. Spring street.
Toys free with your purchase of
boote and chocs at the great gilt sale
now ou at the cheapest place on eatth,
118 East Fir.-t street, between Main and
Loe Angeles streets.
Read S. Conraili's display ad. on tbe
second page. Finest bargains in the city
in the jewelry line. Here ie a chance to
buy holiday presents at very low prices.
123 N. Spring street. He has to move
It you want to get a 50-cPnt meal for
25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining
hall. 219 anil 221 West Second street,
between Spring and Broadway, next to
HIwALD office. Shoup it Elliott, pro
Dr. Charles de Szigethy is now located
in the Bryson block Residence, Baker
block. Office hours, 11:80 to 3:30 Sun
days and evenings by appointment. O!
--tieo telephone, 1150; residence, luoli.
Pepoeityour Mexican dollars and ali
kinds of old silver at the silversmith's
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Alwavsopen. BasemeutTimes building.
Come to the old reliable Sunbeam
Studio, 230 and 23S South Main street,
and get one dozen full length cabinet
photos until further notice for 75 cents.
The finest photographs in the city ot
greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75
cents per dozan, for a short time only.
Lamson studio, 313 South Spring street.
The best remedy for irritating bron
chial cough and sorenesa in tbe lunga ie
Rowell'a Cough Mixture. We recom
mend it. A. E. Littleboy, 311 South
Dr. A. Z. Valla, phyßiclan and surgeon.
Office ami residence, 120 North Main,
new McDonald block ; telephone 2«4.
Kleinoie Hot Springs and Lake View
hotel. Full particulars regarding this
famous resort at the llanima.ii bath,
230 Sontb Main street, Loa Angelea.
Business men who secure their job
printing at tbe Herald office receive
courteous treatment and neat, attract
ive work at moderate prices.
The beet aud cheapest is tbe genuine
Rochester heater and cooking Btove at
$3.90, sold by Meyberg Bros., the
Crystal Palace, 138 S. Main street.
Fifty cents round trip on Terminal
railway to Long Beach and San Pedro;
good going Saturday and Sunday, re
"Best Tonic"—Recommended highly
by leading physicians. Germain Fruit
company, wholesale agente. For sale
by all druggists.
For good meat and sausages of all
kinds, call at Louis Streubor'B. Orders
promptly attended to. 138 N. Main at.,
Adams Bros., dentists. 239)4 South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The beat eeta of teeth front
|6 to $10.
We will send Advance sewing ma
chines on trial to any lady in Loa An
geles. Call or address 128 South Main
For a good table wine,order mv Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50c per gai. T. YacheetCo, j
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Mme. Dll Barry's wrinkle cream and
balm, tbe queen ol ekin foods, sold at
242.. Soutb Broadway, nest to city hail.
Pianos for sale, rent ; tuning and re
pairing. A. (->. Gardner, 222 South Lob
Angeles street and <>o4 ts. Spring street.
Sanitarium —l'ico and Hope sts.; tel.
lb'B. Dr. Gowles, Wilson b!k., First and
Spring; tel. 888. 10 to 12 a.m., 3tosp.m.
For pure Sonoma Xinfandel, call at K.
Flenr'e, -104-406 N. l.os Angeles et. East
ern shipments a specialty. Tel. 224.
l>r. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and Eiirgeons, have removed
their office to 147 South Main street.
Dr. M. Hilton Williams, 137 6). Broad
way, specialist in caturrh, throat die
eases, bronchitis and consumption.
Dr. K. D. Wise, office 220 Soutn Spring
street. Office hours from Htoloa. m.
and Jtos p. m. Telephone 346.
Dr. C. B. Jones haa removed his office
to tbe Stimsou block. Telephone:,:
Office, 460; re»Mence, 544.
Rooms ami tuard at tbe Windermere,
Ocean aven.. j , Santa Monica. Special
rates given (or the winter.
Go to the Park bakery and restaurant,
325 W. Fifth st., and get a good cup of
coffee with your meals.
Thirty dollars allowed for old Davis
sewing machines. Drop postal card to
128 South Main street.
Dr. Wallace A. Duuton, 304 N. Main,
telephone 1159, opp. St. Klmo hotel.
A. F. Schiffman, dentist, removed to
Schumacher block, First and Spring sts.
Howry & Breßee, Broadway under
takers. "Independent of the trust."
See W. P. Mcintosh's display ad. of
orange and lemon lands in another col
Robert Sharp & Co., fnneral directois
(independent), s:i(i B. Spring et. ; tel. 1029.
VJie Dr. Trout's antiseptic tooth pow
der. N. W. cor. Sixth and Broadway.
Board and room at the Bellevue Ter
race at J1.25 per day.
Insure with A. C. Golih, 147 South
Campbell's onrio store for X mas pres
Dr. Parry, Mr and eye, W. First.
Vn. Rot em & McCoy. Eye, ear, throat.
LOS ANGELES HERALD FKIDAV MORNING. DECEMBER 29. '893.
THE FRUIT EXCHANGE.
CHAIRMAN PERRY ISSUES A
SCHEDULE OF ORANGE SIZES.
The Knlea aa K.esrua Shipping Stand
ard Carloads-The Matter of !>!■
oonnts — Consignments to
W. A. Perry of Riveroiiie, chairman of
the Eeneral executive committee of the
Southern California Fruit exchange, baa
issued a circular, as follows:
The general executive committee have
decided that the following schedule of
Bizea shall apply during the months of
January aud February, 181)4, as a stand- !
ard carioad, nnleee future developments
should compel an eariier change:
Washington Navels—£t>i to 200s, in
clusive ; not over 25 boxes litis or 20
boxes 200e to be put in a car. We re
serve the privilege of putting in 10 boxes
80s and 10 boxes 216j at a discount of
25 cents per box.
Seedliuga—U'tts to 22(Ja, inclusive. Not
over SO boxea 120s or 40 boxes 226 ito be
put in a car. We reserve the privilege
of putting in 10 boxes of 112 a and 20
boxes 250 at « discount of 25 cents per
Off sizes, other than above mentioned,
subject to special arrangements. Iv or
dering you should etate what sizes you
prefer, and as lar ac possible we will
comply, but we must avoid irregular
sicss accumulating in the packing
During the peat lew years the sizes
and discounts have beon somewhat
mixed. The exchange prices will be so
much lower this season that the present
discount of 25 cents per box will be
itbctit the rime percentage as former 50
--cent discounts. Should prices on navels
sdvance to over $2 per box the discount
will he chanced.
We intend, bb far ac consistent, to
protect our patrons. Remember that
in purchasing of the exchanges you are
dealing direct with tbe growers.
It any consigned oranges or lemons
should arrive in your market, cr if you
hear of any to arrive, please wire me,
also giving number of boxes of exchange
oranges you have on hand.
Thej Southern California Fruit ex
thiwigee were organized for the purpose
of doing away with all consignments
and Eelliii!! nl! California oranges F. O.
E. We trust all responsible houses
will nid tie in this movement by pur
chasing exchange oranges exclusively.
POLICE COURT CASES.
Harry Prlea Dtote SJtothaa— A Fatuity
Raise ti, Itn \ Hiiiiiuteit.
Justice Seaman had a light docket in
tbe police court yesterday, tbe Christ
mas celebrators having very noticeably
Harry Price was convicted of stealing |
a suit of clothes, and will be sentenced
Guadalupe Hosss occupied a seat in
the dock on n charge of disturbing tbe
peace. He was arrested on complaint ot
Joe Mirandette. The alleged deed is
said to have been committed near the
city limits and not. within a quarter of
a mile of my house. It is the remain
ing feature of a fami.y row. Rosas was
released on his own recognizance, to ap
pear for trial today.
Morris Martinez and William Nye,
jr.. got into a row, in tbe couree of
which Martinez struck Nse and tbe lat
ter responded by smashing Martinez
with his elophontine cate. The famous
humorist's protege had .Martinez arrest
ed for battery, but tbe court discharged
Harry Dobson was among the few
prisoners charged with drunkeuness.
He told a pitiful tale of how he hnd lost
his money end a rmliond ticket to hia
.home in El Puso. Ho was lined |S, The
experience he long gained, though ex
pensive now, will be worth much to Mr.
Ah Hing woe lined $1(10 for conduct
ing a fan tan getrie in Chinatown. The
cases against Hum's countrymen will
come up today in Judge Austin's court.
William O'Neal got into a had crowd
in an Last First-street saloon aud was
attested for disturbing the peace. He
Last Wedneede.y evening the officere
elecf. of Southern California lodge, No.
278, F. find A. M., were installed in the
presence a* a large number of Masons and
their families. The following ofheers
were installed :
Charles Horn back, N. M. ; Cnarlej L.
Come, S. \V. ; Arthnrlirookman, J. W. ;
V. J. Cooper, treasurer; F C. Wood
bury, secretary ; Andrew Pessley, mar
shal: George Sinsbaugti. S. S.; H. S.
Uundrum, J. D.; J. C Cunningham,
8. S. ;S. J. Dußter, J. S.; M. C. Ford
After the installation tbe retiring
master, W. W. Seamans, was pre
sented with a beautiful past master's
jewel by Judgo M. T. Owens, on behalf
of the members of the lodge. A fine
collation was prepa-e.l, which was en
joyed amid many pleasing addresßOß.
ftlile*' Nftre arift Liver Pills
AC on a new principle-r" . at In/ the liver,
blomecli and bowel* thvvv , iao nerves. Anew
discovery. Or, Hllea' pills speedily cure bli
loumesa, bad msu-s. torpid liver, piles, constt
patiou. L'nequjled for in n. woraenan I call
uren. Smallest, mildest, 6urest. Fifty doses
cents, i-cmples free. (J. H, Hancj, 177
WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO
l"OR FINB PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; also. Drat premiums above all competitors at a fair held
October, 1883, and at all previous exhibite wherever work was entered for competition In tho
stale, l arges-ami mo>t complete photographic studio in Southern California, Ail thj latest
Eijries and designs used.
-IQT NORTH SPRING STREET. 11-2bm
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO
DR. J. R- TUDOR. MANAGER.
THE TUDOR DENTAL CO. XT
8 23 ly.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— T.ntcst U. S. Gov't Report
Cases on Trial Yeatenlay — Now Snit*
The trial of the case of Mrs. Karen
A. Danieleon vs. George P. Yoakum,
which haa occupied the attention of
Jndge McKinley and a jury in depart
ment six for the pact five days, was
concluded, co far as the latin;* of tag'
timony ia concern?d, yesterday after
noon, and after part of the arguments
had been heard, went over till this
morning, when it will be submitted to
tbe jury upon special issues.
T. J. Cuddy vs. .Albert Kimpau—An
action to recover t175 for commission
npon the sale of real estate, came up for
bearing in department tive yesterday on
appeal from the township conrt and
resulted in judgment for tbe plaintiff,
thus affirming the lower court.
.Indue Smith duly arraigned James S.
Porting upon tho charge ol robbery.
Messre. Reddy and Young were ap
pointed by the ciurt us defendant's
conusel, and allowed him uutil tomor
row in which to plead.
A suit for divorce, upon legal grounds,
has been commenced by Clara M. Gor
don against Thomas Gordon.
The defendants in tlis cuee of C. Pitt
hlado vs. F. H. Lowell et al. having sub
mitted to a default. Judge McKinley
yesterday morning ordered a decree in
iavor of the plaintiff' therein as prayed
for. This was an action to foreclose a
mortgage for $2460 S5 on a lot in Kast
Judge Shaw yesterday heard and
granted tbe motion of the plaintiff in
the divorce caße of Viola J. Craft vs.
Elgie Craft, tor alimony, and ordered the
defendant therein to ray into the court
the sum of $5 per week pending the ac
Judge Shaw a'sn tried the case of John
C, Cline, receiver, a suit for $210.68
same being amount of rent for the oc
cupancy cf Wagner's jewelry store, 725
South Spring street, in August Inst),
which was appealed by the defendants
from the townsh p rourt. On the evi
dence tbe court ordered judgment for
plaintiff for $180.
In department one yesterday James
Furner, a waiter, ap| eared before Judge
Smith and a jury ior trial upon the
charge of having stabbed John Mack,
on November Oth last. The case was
given to the jury at 5:10 p. m., end at a
late hour they returned a verdict ol
See the W-orld's F*lr for Fifteen Con ta.
Up to receipt of your address and 15 cents in
posugcstamps,\vc wl 1 ratil you, prepaid, our
souvenir l'ortfouj vi the Wurla's Cjiiimbiau
Exposition. The regular price i« 5./ cent*, but
as we want yi.u 10 have on 3 we make the piice
nominal. You will fln 1 it a worx of art »nd a
thing to he prised it contains lull page views
of 1 lie (treat lm Idings, wuh descriptions of
same, aud U exicntel iv >tyie of art
If not salaried w.th it. you tret it, we will
refund the stamps and let you k ep tn ; boot.
Ada revs -t H. Uuckleu & Co.. (Jbica-to, 111
Kamanie Pink Oil
Cutis All Pain. 25 cents a BDttls.
! Kamanie Bitters
' A Standard Remedy for Stomach, Liver
Kidneys and Blood. 50 cints a Bottle.
Kamanie Pink Pills
A Wonderful Nerve and Digestiv;
! Kainame White Pills
Ihe Great Bowel Regulator. 25 cents
a Box; bath kinds in one box.
| Kamanie Remedies
Are the Cheapest as Well a* the Best
in This Market. $1 per Set.
KAMAME REMEDIES are for sale
by Off & Vaughu, corner bpring and
Fourth sts , Heinzeman's Drug atore,
Main at., and all first-class druggists.
HE MUST ANSWER.
Forrest Haiti I n a Tunisia Mao and
Now He Is Held.
William Forreet, whom Officer Rob
b.ns cleverly captured for "holding up"
8. S. Painter, a tamale man, last Sun
day morning, had his preliminary ex
amination iv Justice Austin's conrt yes
Painter and the a.resting officer were
the only witnesses examined, and from
the evidence adduced they were snf
cient. Painter identified Forrest as one
of the men who robbed bim, and the
codrt held him to answer, with bail
fixed at $1500.
His companion in tbe robbery has not
I'.tu UU u'rt Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises,
sore., ulcers, srit iticiim, fevar sores, lei tor,
chapped hands, chllb aius. corns and all skin
etu linn*, and positively cures piles or no pay
reo,al<eo. it is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
IslaQtlonor mou-y refunded. Pries 25 cents
per box. P.ir salo by t). F. Heiuieruan, 2'J'J N.
Now being delivered is of fine vintage;
present couvees excelling all others.
VAWi'iK—in Smta Monica. Dec. 27, 1893,
Cliir n't A. Vawle •. wile of W. 1). Vawter,
agttl 74 y -ars.
Funeral from the family re«idence at 10:0
a.m. Friday, liec. 1.91k. Krlendi aud scquaint
ai.ces Invited without further no ice.
This week KAN-KOO of
fers the following dis
-Ilk Handkerchiefs. 10 per cent dlrcouo'
Siia Ja. Lets and Gowns
I O per cent discount
-Ilk D-ess floods . lo per cent discount
Bronx* Goods . . -. 0 per cent discoun'
utuiuer . tlO, per ' entolscou 11
LeauierGoods (Mexic-11 leather
excepted) . . . 85 pr cent discount
Bi-hets . *.5 po cent -'Iscouui
Ku<> . . . 10 ncr cent dl coum
Kalian Furniture . 10 per cent discount
Mr c-a Ilrac, obice-e or Jarsne c
-5 p e r cent discotn
Don't lose this opportu
nity. It will last this week
110 S. Ipring it., Opp Kadaau Ilo'.al.
IP S Urn
DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY,
I'M N. Main st.. L->s Angeles, Cal.
[ ESTABLISH BD ISHIi ]
K«iai ant weak uc it, lm potency, uti\, tnduuiuf;
R' tiie of Ibe following symrtom-*, kmuz/Juhh",
liOUf llftttn. of ifltm-, ilrf-i'lU'n it I - It! "TV,
..-,•:■«■<.;. to atiQiety* blotche*, t* iiil»»iori*>,
t» xhimKi'-'iiH, Turloocnlf*, etc., are per ma
.j.in,\"V, KjnWJjT *N'i) IH,*IH)EH
trouu.u-, wtMk h.m: », luuoiiiiutiic-, _,ouo rlicei
fftefeft. str clur*i aud all uiinatnrat discharge
nru quickly and perfectly cured.
SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS,
ni using UlCetT t.-i-'iptionß, sweti Imx 1 n groi n ,
sore . uroat, falling hair, and other symptoms,
are retnovpfl. t.'i'l a 1 prison permanent y erad
icattd from ihf? t-yptem.
£'JkW~ Tv ATMfcNT m office or by express. All
letters strictly contldentUl.
_V TO ORDER
ifM&sr s> py cst. : >6T* fHE Tailor
312 S. SPRING ST.,
Just Below Third.
~R. W. PRIDHAM,
BLANK BOOKS AND PAPER BOXES.
110 AND 112 N. LOS ANGELES STREET
NEAR FIK3T. TEL. 643. 7-15 1
HpERRY, MOTT & CO. S
AND PLANING! MILLS.
Sit OiißmarQUl street, Los Aug ties, caL
mmv, i hedge, \
' -Lfz? ». •** Proprietor and lHan-fpr.
Hotel Terragina :
JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun- '
tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea-
CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. I
WM. M. TISDALE, Manager.
I THE HOLLEIECK \
<J| Best Appointed Hotel in
- Los Angeles.
tW)4k :t m '$ • American ami European Plans.
§ % *l & * < antral Location.
Ipß ,i First-class Service. "*
') Reasonable Rates.
Finest Cafe in the City.
-' A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
' *P go 7 iim FaofKHTOB
GET • BOY THE
BEST. BICYCLE. '
HAW LEY, KING & C(j
2IC-212 North Main Street and 164-168 North Los Angele3 Stre c
ANNUAL REDUCTION SALE!
Original James leans Celebrated Shoes
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The $2.50 Shoe Reduced to $2.25. I The SA.OO shoe Reduced to 83.50.
The 83.00 Shoe Reduced to 82.75. | The 85.00 Shoe Reduced to BLOO.
BOSTON SHOE STORE, Sole Ag't,
COR. MAIN Si STS Ig-sa-t.n
WINE 1 st. Telephone 38
IMPORTING GROCER, 136-138 N. Spring