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gs*k*ft» aepasaaiodale the pirWle T%m »sgfM
Iwaswl, agaooias, where utalai «ff
■W Sally aad gfjaity wlB be oa sal* and a*ige>
gkikeg aad aubacrlpnons takea and Ban nisi ta
$Ba sasma atßce as aaan aa raostTed.
Thane branch agencies da aat lacladw tha tas>
a>ts\s e# eeefe aterea and aaws stands la aU patea
<g%a csty where The Herald la also for sale.
M. DONNELL, Newsdealer, 219$ East M 1
KAfiT liOS ANGELES
MRS. E. C. THACKER, Newsdealer, m .
North Daly street.
•AN FERNANDO STREET
M'ZtNNIE S PHARMACY, 141$ BtSl ff«a>
DONALD A. ROSS, Newsdealer, UOO Wssß
H. L. PARK, Drugs, Stationery.
(SOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE
CHICAGO rnARMACY, corner CeotffM
avenue and Twelfth street.
fPHK HARMONIAL SPIRITUALIST ASSO
JL ciation meets every Sunday afternoon and
evening i" their New Music hall, 231 s. Spring st.
At2:3i a conference or medium meeting, clos
ing With spirit messages by our pastor Mrs. Ada
Fove. Evening services commence at 7:10, with
an Inspirational address by Mrs. Foye, following
<wlth tests, messages ami full names of your spirit
friends, proving conclusively to the unprejudiced
tbat the so-called dead can and do return aud com
municate with their triends. S. D. Dye, president,
832 W. First st. 3D
DT. PAUL'S CHURCH, EPISCOPAL, OLIVE
O It. opp. the park. Open everyday In the year.
Dally service at 10 a. m. The clergy will respond
to all cslls for the offices of the church for strang
ers or visitors, without respect to creed; burials,
•nniTlages, baptisms or visitations of the sick. Use
of the chinch cheerfully given tree for funeral
services. Tel. 143 red. tf
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE MEETS EVERY
Wednesday at 2:30 st Foresters* haR. 10?ifi N.
FOLLOWING is A LIST OF THE CHlL
tj.ren who hu\e been admitted lv the Los An
jjele.s Orphan Asylum since the last publication :
Half orphans—Marguerite Klncalu, aged t years;
Rosa Louis. 12; Georgia Emuierson, v.; Mariana
Romero, 8; Heine de Lorle. s; Emma Manica. S;
Pauline Manh a. «: Frances Manica. 4; Caroline
.•reei, 111; Charlotte Green, 5; Jennie Save, 11;
Mary Save, io; Bertha Cook, 8; Antonio Martinet
$; Bertha Martinez. 0; Murie Bounlat; Cousuelu
Whole orphans Usaura Real. 12; BenitaMonua.
13; France-, Monuu, 8. SISTER CECILIA.
April Ifi, 1800,
BU SI NIS S S NEWSPAPER— THE DAI L V
afourual; a business newspaper, publishing all
the county official records, real estate transfers,
mortgages and liens, building news, contract work,
financial news, and alt news relating lo the re
sources an>t development of Soot hern California
and the great territory of the southwest. One dol
larper month, or in advance $iv per year, 227 W.
First St., Los Angeles,Cal. *»-ltf
yOTUMv TH E LOS A NGELESCITY WATER
Co. will Strictly enforce the following rules:
The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of
Sand Boclock a in. and 8 and Boclock p.m. For a
violation of the above regulations the water will be
abut off and a tine of $2 will he charged before the
water will be turned on again. 4-29
ABEPTOLIN-DR. CYRUS EDSONS AL
leged cure tor consumption seems to be
f roving Itself a success; cases treated at coat of
be remedies used for one month, he
DR. PILKiNoTuN. The Wluthrop,
so 330 s. spring st.
BIOS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
Office of the undersigned for the sale of a
b-illdlng situated o:i the northeast corner of Main
and Third sts,, up to April 80th. L. J. B. BOUR
GEOIS. Architect, 121 W. Fifth st. 28
The M. K. system. For W cents a month yon
can read .v> leading magazines at your home, call
at 4)10 S. Broadway. 0-»
\t EU" GERMAN ODD FELLOWS LODGE,
Alemnnnla lodge will organize about July
Ist. All Germans of good character aud health
are invited to call at 220 S. Maui to till out applica
iIXCHANGE-FEKD AND SALE STABLE;
j buy ami sell on commission horses, wag
ons, harness, liav anil grain. Advances made.
Stall:* for rent day or month, -"to* 1 , s. Pi road way. 3-7
T AMI s SPRING,
fl Carpenter ami Builder.
Ail kinds of repairing neatly done to order,
■vi 2 43:1 s. Flower st.
OJ. DAVIS. CONTRACTOB AND BUILDER.
• Houses built for cash or installment plan.
Money to loan to parties contain plating building
del:*, Broadway. Tel. Un Main. 4-9 tf
£1 END 10 CENTS FOP. PACIFIC CUPID, A
IO matrimonial paper; particulars of bureau iv
•his sue. MRs. M. B. HERTZ, Manager, 312
Hydetl . San Francisco, 5-19
CjEE BATTLE nr FLOWERS FROM SANTA
o Fe stand; a few choice seats for sale, ou tbe
greu.al, 11 a. ni.. 1 lope st near si xth. 25
"\IT ANTED STOCK - 1200 ACRES PAS
$> turageai Bnllona. see WILH ELM, $20 s.
Ma- U st. 5 18
Jli F t%i »V A, PR A< !T ICAL ililMN X V
• sweeper. !:■ is id em • 700 Macy st., Los Afige
les. Q 'j
If IS ANGELEs' BUSINESS COLLEGE. IN*
.J corporated. occnples the entire fifth floor of
ihe new Currier block, 212 W. Third st ; large**.,
•Meal, best; elegant and commodious rooms, in.
tensely practical courses ol study, abloiand expe
rienced specialists as teachers, complete equip
ments, perfect lighting and ventilation, rooms
beated by steam, tir* -ctasi elevator setvlce; live
courses of study cummerctal, short hand and
ty4Mw rlting, preparatory , telegraphy und assaying;
theachotd Is thoruugnly live and progressive; it
Inspires as well us teaches; day und evening tea
aio:is; individual ami clast Instructions; successful
graduates; due class ol students: visitors cordially
welcomed; fuij Information,personally or by mall.
E. it. «H i:a her. pre« E. K. Isaacs, viee-pres.
I. \. INSKEEP. sec. 2-:0-7
\V r ' 'DDBUR V BUSINESS COLLEGE 'IN
ST corporated), 22« s. spring st., is the oldest
ami largest commercial school in Southern Califor*
da; the mint bentitlfifl college rooms and equip*
aieut to be found in thettaio; elevator for nuptuV
use: a large faculty of experienced an I able in
atructors; o|m»u the entire year] bo hdAy and '■yen.
IB* sessions; a practical English course, a thor
nhgh business course au I a courst in shorthand
and type wi it in L- under au ex neriencad stenogfa
pher. Write or call for illustrated uatalogus aud
full Iru'ormat io,i. iv\. HoUGH. president; N. G.
FE LKEB, \ Ice-president.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S SCHOOL
of Elocution «,ici Dramatic Art. sios. I'aarl
Si, formerly of Washington, D. C; special terms
to schoola; thorough vocal irHltt'iig; private lea
sons or classes; also dramatic training lor theatri
cal profession. 4-vi<7
ITSBOEREL INSTITUTE /('ASA DE ROSAS)
training school for kindergarten; also school
fur bo\s Hiid girls of a:l grades; opens s,-pienit»er
23d. Apply to MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE.
TJOVNTUN NORMA L. Ft)it TEAL*HE RS
JJ only, beglos Septeml>er Ittth; teacher-! aided
In getting positions; teachers, governesses and
tutors supplied. Room 325 Stlmson hlo -k. ii-BTvf
LOS ANGELES TKAIM.V; SCHOOL FOB
klndergartners Fall term September lath.
MRS. N. D. MAY HEW, 07 J W. Twenty-third st.
iITON SCHOOL I'nß BOYS, NO. 138 W. PICO
AS* HORACE A. BROWN, LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. AiRS. J. M. JONES 1003 W.
Seventh st. 0-0
MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, CHIROPODIST,
treats feet; gives suit glow, massage; hours,
B a. m. to sp. m. 215 and 2K> Wilson block, First
and Spring sts. 6-2
DR. ZACHAU—DISEASES OF THE FEET
2AS S. Spring st. 0-26
VOX SERKE V M ANUFACTURIN<i 'co.T 231
-•l*6 E. Second st., manufacturer* of special
machinery, dies and models: only uccura'.e work;
v ? ATTORNEYS-AT-LA
4$S Bradbury blk., Los Augeltst M
HELP WANTED—MA L B
ItetM far advertisements under this c! aa* IB ca
tion—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week. SO cents per
line; l month, $1 per line.
HUMMEL BROS. A CO.,
PETTY* UUMMBL «fc 00.,
800-302 W. Second st., in basement
California Bank Bldg.
Office hours from 7a.m. to 7:3} p. m%m except
MEN S DEPARTMENT.
Elderly man, chore, milk, etc., SI" etc, mo.;
practical oi-chafd man, $40 mo.; orchard hand,
German, $2u. eta,, 2 wond choppers, Sweejatorchard
hand, $20, etc., ma; German boy, rano|g£l2, etc.
niu.; shoemaker, country; itoy for dalryyViu, ute.,
|M j chore.mm, $2-. etc.; ranch Band, most mflk,
I $20, etO., tin).; first-class i-onchu.au, city. rel'er
ences. white or colored, $30, etc., mo.; boy lor fue
| lory, $3.30 week.
All-round cook. 2u cook, handy boy about hotel,
: country, $i2.eic, mo. J dishwasher. $20 mo.; bak
er's helper. fi6, etc ; second girl, hoarding house,
$20, etc.; cook for 12 to 20 people, foil, etc., uao.
0 house girls for coon try. from 915 to $2.1 mo ;
cook, family -I, Santa Barbara, etc., mo.; cook
for Pasndeiia, family 2, $25, etc., uio.; ti house gii la
for city, irom silt to $25, etc., mo.
M HCMMELL BROS. A CO.
VJIT ANTED —TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN
tt from each school or college In ihe city to
work a portion of the. time for Tlie Herald. Twen
ty-flve cents inearth will be paid for each new
imntf nnd every canvasser will have m q opporiu*
nlty to win one or more of the fullowlngprl7.es:
One 1100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunting-case
watch, a six months' scholarship lv a business
college, double-barreled breech loading shotgun,
! 'A) suit of uluVnes, |2u overcoat, round trip to Sao
Jieco or CaLuttna and return. Either of the lat
ter Includes a lri>e dinner at the Coronado Hotel
or Hotel de Avalon 3 U tf
~\\T ANTED - SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
TV for appointment for young men in railway
mnii service. Examinations soon In every state.
Particulars about all government positions free.
NATION A L CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington, D. C. 8-14
"TTT ANTE ©—SALESMEN-SlOO TO $123 PER
" month and expenses; sample line; position
permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address, with
stamp, KINO MF'O CO., F. 73, Chicago. 7-29
fVT ANTED-YOUR PATRONAGE. HELL
>V able help furnished premptlv. REIDS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. l2t W. First St. if
E. T. CASEY A CO., HUH S. BROADWAY,
employment olllce; we furnish reliable hotel
aud household help. tf
TtT ANTED— MESSENGER BO Vs. APPLY
?V at Loa Angeles Diet. Messenger Co , First
and Spring. 23
~\\T ANTED —HELP FREE—27 SITUATIONS,
>T S. Broadway. E. NITTINGER.
HELP WANTED^- FEMALE
TTTTANTED—WE MUST HAVE HELP. WE
» ? pay men nnd women »10 to *18 per week for
easy home work. No books or peddling. Steady
employment guaranteed. Send stamp for work
and particulars tit oti"e. HERMANN A SEY
MOUR, 213 South Sixth St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
4-7 31 a wk
TI7"ANTEI)-A YOUNG GIRL, 14 to 16, CARE
Tl of children. Apply 80*. Hawkins St., near
WANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE, Posi
tions to take care of small ranch or orchard.
AddrastO. X., Herald oflice. 5-1
\\J~ ANT EI'—SITU A I'lON BY A MARRIED
*\ Freiichumnj iindersiHitds cooking, willing
todo all kinds of work. Address or call, 5&» linn
WANTED— A LOT ABOUT 50x130 AND SOB
■1 room house, and I will not pay over |300 or
|t>or> for satne, aud 1 want to pay $30 down and $12
orftSa mouth. I don't care If this Is out in Ihe
suburbs, ,iif*t so tt Is convenient to get lo town-
Call on HIN TON A W HITAKKK, 123 W. Second
st., If you have anything to nfW. 4-22tf
WANTED— PARTNER IN WEI.L ESTAB
llslied and paytUfe office; business reason
forselling; more business tliuu J can attend to;
capital required $330. y. boi ao Herald office.
AV AN -'''-n-PA lITNER WITH $230, TO OPEN
it Bplendtd cash business, out tit complete
owned by me, if you are looking for something
gsnulne answer, it, box So, Herald office. 2i»
XJtrANTED— WHO WANTS TO KAKE $1000?
TT 1 will give equity lv good imjiroved city
property of fSSw toktty one that will build me n
house and barn worth $l">uo. [nvSSttgate tins and
see for your.selt that I mean bUsIU6SS, Call
Hand st. * 2ii
TTTANTED-PARTY WITH »!i»0 TO TAKE
TT half IntertfSt in fully equipped circus. H ,
WALLACE, big lent, Tenth ti arid Grand aye. 2ti
"Vf?"ANTED—A NICE SINGLE-CINCH SPAN-
Tt Ish saddle, hlgli tree; must be cheap. Ad
dress W, box 80, Herald office. If •
WJ" ANTE D— Elt O M 200 TO 300 HEAD OF
hogs to feed on shares. Address J. K.
FETTERMAN, Vernondale, Cai. 2!)
ITT ANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE, A3 PAT
TY tern. Must he In good condition and low
price. M, box 30, Herald office. tf
TTTANTED-BIDS-BUILDERS AND CON
m tractors can see plans And specifications for
house at 717 College st. 2*
I" OST—A ROUGH COATED ST. BERNARD
U dug,yellow body.with white legs,white aud yel
low face; ears yellow Shading to black; answer to
the name of "hear; will weigh about 190 pounds.
Liberal reward will be dssld for return of sajne to
GEO. GOLI>SMITH*roora 34 Phillips block or to
Kennel show; telephone main HS'J. tf
LOST—BETWEEN WELLS' CANDY STORE
and AbbOtttford Inn, Wednesday afternoon.
[ smell biuck ami yellow silk knitted purse, with
plHin gold rlna attached, Containingss in currency.
Leave at, Herald office and receive reword. 25
lOSTI OST- A DARK SORREL MAKE. WHITE
j face, three white stockings, weight about
1200,aire about 10years. Anyone returning same
lv 701 st. John's aye., Paaadetm, or giving inform.
ation, wilt be suitably rewarded. 27
106T-ON FRIDAY. BETWEEN FIRST AND
U Seventh his., a iady s gold locket, heart
•haped, with one diamond iv center: also gold
I nadlocke |10 reward, Return to Hotel Vincent
]tio:-.d kvay. 27
lOSi -WEDNESDAY, BETWEEN TERM I.
j bat railway depot ami armory, gold hunting
case watch and nhain; monogram, J- 0., on luce.
Return to SI ate Loan and TrUSt Co. and get liberal
1:100 ND—A HORSE—CAM ETO>l V
' place. Owner can bay the same by paying
expenses. F. A. YOBBA, Shorb Station, Cal. 29
I' OST-AT OR NE AR Til B PAVILION,
J Wednesday evening, a lady's diamond pin.
tja reward tor return to P. K. RULE. 20
lOSTI OST—BLACK CLOTH CAPE, FIRST AND
Jl spring, 5 p.m. Wednesday. Return to 1001
j i tou oey aye, 2u
1' JIOUND—LADY'S PURSE. CALL AT 251 8.
Rr iadnay, and give description. *_**■
ONCE a WEEK PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapo
lis und all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every
Thursday via Southern Pacific, Union Pacific
"World's Pictorial Line," and Chicago and North*
western railway, crossing ihe sierra Nevadas and
nasatng all points or scenic iuterest,hy daylight.
Upholstered tourist ears of latest Pullman pattern,
lighted by gas, and run through without change.
Competent conductor* accompany each party.
Fastest time Lowest rates For tickets and
berth reservation*;, apply to J. 11, PEARMAN,
Manager, a. P. Herr, T. P. a,, 223 s. Spring st-.
Urn Angeles, or to any agent, Southern Paellic
company. 0 3-0
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
excursions via the Rio Grande and Rock Isl
and route, leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, cross
the Sierra NeVadas and pass the entire Rio
Grande scenery by daylight. We have a tourist
sleeper running through lo Minneapolis an.l St.
Paul in connection With every party. Our Boston
car stop* ou* day at Niagara Falls, office, 138 s.
I TURLINGTON ROUTE-PERSONALLY CON-
J ducted excursions to the east every Wednes
day over the scenic line ol the world; upholstered
tourist cars without Outage T. II in /an,
agent, 222 H. Spring st., Lou Angeles, Cal.
1 T|R. DORA "king, 'germ AN '- ENGLISH
\J special! Ist; diseases of women; all irregulari
ties restored: treatment conlidenital; cure guar
anteed* s. Broadway $441*
DR. R.O. COLLINS, OPTHALMK'OPT.'f I AN,
with the Los Angeles Optical Institute ; eyes'
examined freo. 123 S. Spring nt.
RUPTURE CUBED WITHOUT DETENTION
from business. DR. WUITEUILL, U«* S.
Dpi Ing at. <i»
BATlllkDAr mor-ntng. APtttt ioT iawtr
Bates far MTntUMntt tinder this clamlflro
tion—l time, s <*uta per line; 1 week, So cents per i
line; 1 month, 91 per line. I
• Tie neither birth nor rank nor atate, but '
'Git up and tilt' that make men ureat." 1
K. T. I'ASKV A CO., I
Employment and Business chatiecn.
4-ls-tf Xo. 113\, s. Broadway. '
FOR RALE —AT A BARtIAI.V; I.OIIUING ■
house; must tie sold on account ef other busi
ness. Call at once, for yon enti make a good pur
chase, llalfcaeu SI. P. IiOA'KN, H'J'. N. Mnln
FOR WAI.E—PHOTOGRAPH ftALLKRV ON" '
easy terms; do.ng :, itouil business: imp*, i
pertr-nc requlml; a guoil opening fer lady or '
ceiHlentan. Address A, boj Til Herald. 17 I
FOR BALFI—PATKNT FOR HALE- QUICK •
returns and uls proflts. Address SLAY TON' .
WALKER. Riverside, Cal. 4-35.96
FOR SALE—HALF INTER EST I.N THE
best established employment ofllce In the city.
X, box JO, Herald office. 4-19-tf
ITtOR BALE-CITY SEWSPAPKR ROUTES.
' Apply c. v. SPRENO. Herald business ofllce.
FOR BALK — SACRIFICE i HIO FRUIT
store. Juuw. Third; a baivsln. IS
TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS SEE I. D.
BAHNARH. 117. s. Broadway. ,
_ FOR SALE-LODQINQ HOUSES j
For sale"- i.onofN'iil house; good he a- ,
sot. forbelllne. Call or address 101 sj. Los An
cles street., cor. First. 4-« i '
J>ROFESSOR STW. ARLING- \
—THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT—
Is Id tbe city, ni 413 W. 7th st. }
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENEFIT i
The profrssor rhallenges ihe world lo prove his \
equal. He read* the future without mist nk--,
gives valuable advice on all affairs of tin. Ho
overcomes your enemies, rpmovci evil Influences,
heals family troubles, restores lost affections, ' t
causes happy marriages with the one you love, .
correct Itiforinatluo on law-sjits. divorces, mar- ,
Tlages, business speculation, names of friends and
enemies; also of tho one you will marry. His sue- ,
ceis In tho past proves bis superior ability to help
you now; being sucessful in all cases where others
have often failed. Thousands of people have been *
made happy by his aid and advice. The professor
Is not required to return vo such methods as 1
charms and such trash, and does not wish io be 1
classed with card-readers, etc., but a life reader
from the laws of science, which Is clalrvoynncy.
Ihose who have been deceived by pretenders
mint not give up tn despair, but consult the pro
fessurat once; you will And him reasouable in
E rices, and all business private and contldentiftl. 1
■Piters with stamp answered. Office, 413 W, J
Seventh st., between Hill and Olive sts. Hours I
from 9a. m. tot* p. in.; Sunday,9 a. m. to S p m. ;
No clairvoyant sign, only name of PROFEESsOR
B. W, ARLING on window. 5-11
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT AND i
card medium, Is meeting with wonderful 1
success. She invites tbe most skeptical to prove 1
her power. All business affairs of life looked into,
for the advancement of your future. Will organize
a developing class and gives readings dally from 9
a. m. to Bp. ni. aitM* S, Spring st. 9.17
XI7" GREEN", S. D., CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
V? sj and business medium. Diagnoses disease
without asking questions, and spiritual healer.
Gives sittings dally; test circles on Monday and
Friday evenings; developing circle on Wednesday
evening. 236'« s. Spring st., room b. Office hours, <
9to 5. 4-27 i
MRS SAN FORD JOHNSON, THE INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings daily at 02** S. Los Angeles sv., and holds
circles on Thursday evening, at 8 p.m., of each r
week. Admission 50c, and will take a few pupils t
for piano lesions. 8-13 J
The Herald, by Math
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR
If Paid in Advance
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT
and medium; life reading,business removals,
law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take
Third st. electric car to Vermont nve. and Vine st.
Second house on Vine, west of Vermont aye. 6*Bo
LEONORA D'ESTE — A MEDIUM FOR
truth ami justice; the greatest card render of
tiie age. and tells your future; charges reasonable.
Parlors 17 and lb Sau Julian, cor. Fifth and Han
Julian. A 24
KB. C. FRAIM, PHYSICAL MEDIUM;
• manifestations fn tbe light; circles, Tuesday
and Thursday Vvenings; private sittings given
daily. 7t,7 Merchant st., bet. Seventh and Eighth
j rpHB INSPIRED LIFE AND CARD RE A DER
1 has permanently located at the San Julian,
top Hour, rooms 17-18; has read cards for many
years,and v the most learned medium in America.
MME. NORMAND, HEALER AND LTFE
reading medium; develops medium power; ,
sell healing and how to become a medium at your
own home. 3IV 3 s. Main St., room?. 2t>^
MME. GRACE, CELEBRATEDCARD READ
er, tells past, present and future. Ladles. 25
ferns; gentlemen, AO cents. Parlors -1 and-'A, A2<i
Maple aye. 5*6
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT TO
know your future consult /ingara, the gypsy,
at 217 S. J lilt st. Ofllce Hours 10 a.m. to B p.m. A-l
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOYANT
card render. Come and hear tho truth. Dow
ney blk., room 17. Price. 50c. A 23
MRS. HARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY; ClR
cles Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 433 s.
Main si., opp. postofllee. 27
MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD
render; reads your entire past nnd future;
ludies or gentlemen 50c, Parlor B, 414 S. Hill. A-lu
AGNES U. PLEASANCE, TRANCE ME
dinm, is permanently located at U34 S. Broad
way io- it"
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY^^
V/or CAN BuTi.D" l?P l
1 tion till it resists disease; maladies are Moat
ing around us ready to attack weakness; escape;
keep blood and skin in good condition; take elec
tric vapor bath with Swedish massage.
MRS. DR. MAYER and PROP. MAILLET,
10-2 817 S. Broadway,
I PERSONAL-THOSE WHO WANT MONEY
at the lowest rate of interest on anything will
Und by (Milling at 22't Byrne bldg. they can he ac
ipDITH AN WAY, FORMERLY OF BOSTON
a gives genuine alcohol rubbings that are health.
lul and refreshing; no rivals. 223 S. Main St.,
loom 3. £-15
MASSAGE AND ALCOHOL BATHS—2OB
Winston st., upstairs, one block east ofpost
oihee, between Fourth and Fifth sts. 6-tt
MISh ItEY IRVINO, ARTIST; PHOTO TIN I
Ing and mounting; new style. 120 N. Main
St., rooms 2 and 5. 5-3
rpHE FRENCH LADY FROM 22-i', EAST
_1. Seventh st. has removed to 315' a S. Main st.,
room 4. 2<>
MRS. LOLA PRESTON, FROM TIIE EAST,
gives massage. 233.'., K. First st., rooms 2
und 3. 29
SOUTHERN LADY' GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 41X'i S. Spring st., parlors I*2* 5-15
IJEAKL CAMERON - ELECTRIC TREaT
inents. 3H» N. Main St., room 1. 2A
MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 202 N. Main at, room 17. 6-22
MISS AIM EE GIVES MAGNETIC TREAT
meni at 3IA?j H Main st,, room 2. " 2«
MISS OLLIE MOORE, 111 E. SECOND ST.,
rooms 8 and 5, gents' mending. 26
Miss May rlssell-the new hell
man, room 7. S-tf
I>ROF. A. MYERS, THE PALMIST, HAS
returned to this city and Is located at his old
parlors. The Norwood, 888 South Hill fit., where ho
will he pleased to receive his many clients and
tTIOR "BALE-BOMB GOOD BARGAINS IN
1 MconoVlMiut! orgiinn; good makes. KOIILER
ii CM ABB, Spring BU W
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST
rpHR tii-METALLic and
1 i henik-al Laboratory, at » Mam al. R. A.
I'tllti, Jt, M., Manag.r. 6-10
Rates for adverttsementa undef this clatslflca
liou—l time, 3 cents per line; l week, 30 cents per
line; 1 month fl per line.
PACIFIC LOAN IN ANY
amount on all kinds of collateral aecurtty,
diamonds, jewelry aud seal skins, also on pianos,
furniture and household goods in private, lodging
and boarding houses or hotels without removal.
Partial paymentßreceived. Money quick; business
( onhdential; private office for ladles. W. K. DE
t.ROOT, manager, rooms 2 snd 4, in s. Spring sU
TTNION LOAN CO.—
\_l stimson Block.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral security;
watches, diamonds, seal skins anil furniture in
lodglnc and hoarding houses and on pianos without
removal; ai.so on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low in
terest: money at once; business confidential; pri
vate office for ladles: room 111. CLARK K.
shaw. manager room* ill and 112 tlrst floor;
Stlmson block. tf
rfIHE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SO-
X elety ot San Francisco will make loans on tin
proved city and country property.
On loans of $5000 and uudef, certificates
of title from the Title Insurance and
Trust Co. will be accepted, making the
expenses oh such loans very small.
Building loans a speclaltv. Apply to
K. G. LU NT, Agent, 227 W. Second-
\TOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED
What we are;
* Who we are!
And where we are!
Have you discovered Ihe cheapest place In the
city to get money on household furniture, dla
monds, llve'stock, warehouse receipts, stocks and
bonds, all good collaterals. 229 Byrne bldg. tf
ON EVERY* SATURDAY EVENING AFTER
March 2S the State Loan and Trust company
will be opened front 7 to 8:30 p. m., for the benefit
of its Interest-bearing depositors, which are re.
CStved at 3, 4 and 5 per cent per annum. The
safe deposit department will also he open
during the same hours to accommodate lis pa
X B. COHN—
AJ V The Irfis Angeles Pawnbroker, 14$ N. Main
«t Joans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry,
tl rearms, pianos, libraries and atl other collateral
teotlrules; also sells unredeemed pledges for
money loaned and one month's Interest added;
make' no mistake, it Is the reliable L. B. COHN,
the Los Angeles pawnbroker. $-10
MONEY TO LOAN -NOT BY THE BAR
rei or bushel, huiany amountdeslred, ou real
estate, furniture, watches, diamonds, pianos, live
stock, etc.. long or short time. Interest reasonable;
private office; business, confidential
CHARLES C. LAMB, 220 S. Spring St.. en
trance room 7. 6-U
OOri TO LOAN ON INSIDE BUSI
Of)vf«vJlJJ I C/ ness property at 5 2-3 percent;
also small amount at B per cent, reasonable
2$ 148 8. Main st. ;
MONEY" TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS ON
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, pianos, safes, j
lodging housps, hotels and private household fur- ,
niture; low interest ; money quick; private office ;
forladies. G.M.JONES, rooms 14 and 15, ,
s. Broadway, adjoining city hall. 3-18 ,
IJOINDEXTER * WA DSWORTH, BROK ERS, 1
305 W. Second st.. buy and sell stocks, mort- i
gages, bonds and any good securities; 11' you wish ,
to lend or borrow or Invest ln real estate call on i
us; collections made and property managed for
I CAN LOAN YOUR MONEY ON GOOD
resident or ranch property at 8 per cent
net to you; a No. one security.
23 148 S. Main st
MONEY TO LOAN-CITY OR COUNTRY ■
property, .Vi to 8 net; personal notes or se- J
curity; mortgages bought and sold. If you have '
money to loan or wish to borrow any amount call 1
on JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, 220 W. First. if >
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.
loans money on all kinds of collateral secu
rity; money quickly; business strictly confiden
tial. Roomß N nnd 80, Bryson block, fifth floor.
JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager, 7-31yr
. I j
mO LOAN— MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT AT !
J rpasoiial.il- rates. WILLIAM F. BOSBY- ,
511K1.1.. HITS. Broadway. 10-1311 ,
MONEY I.OANKD ON DIAMONDS,
Watch**, jewelry, pianos, live stock, car
riages, bicycles, all kinds of persona! and collateral i
security, lee bros., su: s. spring st. »-2t ,
ritO LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
Jl. small loans: no commission; light expense.
SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO,, 223 S.
Spring St. 1
-»-ITANTEI> TO BORROW —I CAN LEND I
M your monny out at cood interest, front 3 to
10 per c«nt a month. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. tf
-|> A. NEWLYN, BROKER. 231 BYRNE j
It, Mile., deals in bonds, stocks, mortgages,
first and second and all good seenrities. if
rilO LOAN--SIOOO TO ain.OOOON REAL ESTATE
i security. A I.LISON BARLOW, 128 S. Broad
WANTED-fSOO; WILL PAY 10 PER CENT
net for one year (tn good eolluiernl security.
Address LOAN, 128 8* Broadway, tf
I>ehsonaT.-j cstlTk e'pin
That's what peoplesay who have tried a small
ad. lv The Herald. They don't cost much, but the
results are simply marvelous. In this popular de
partment The Herald has made a gain of mors
than 200 per cent In the past few months. Big cir
culation counts. The Herald has tt. If you want
to talk to half the people In Los Angeles and other
parts of southern California, try a smalt ad. In
addition t« the immense and rapidly Increasing
circulation of The Herald, Its sales by newsboys,
on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make tt
the advertising medium of the Pacific coast.
Look ovdr these small advertisements today. ,
They will Interest you and may make you some
Tomorrow try one. The results will be both sur- ,
prisingand satisfying. a-3tf
PERSONAL-RALPHS BROS.-GOLD BAR
Hour, 11,00; city Hour, JK)c; granulated sugar,
lMhs., |H brown sugar, in lbs., it; fi lbs. rolled ■'
wheat or oats, 2.1 c; sardines, 5 boxes, 25c; toina- '
toes, 4 cans, 36c; 7 burs tiermnu family soup, 25c; 5 I
gallons oil, 00a; gasoline. 9fc; 3 packages morning '
meal, 25c: lard, to ib. can, t>se; 12 lbs. beans, 25c; tt
lbs. rice, 25c. ttuos. Spring st., cor. Sixth. 5-20
I>ERSONAL-TO DRKSSM AX ERS-WK ARE
introducing, for tlie first time in the west, the
KlcOrt Ideal Tailor System. Ouly four measures
taken. Please cull und examine our absolutely
seamless waists at rooms 12 and 12}?, 455 S. Broad
WE DO IT-MAKE HANDSOME FLUFF
rugs of your worn-out carpets. Call or i
write for circular. PACIFIC RUG MANUFAC
TORY, till s>. Hroadway. 3-28-07
I PERSONAL-B. MORRIS PAYSTHEHIGIL
est price for gents' second -hand clothing;
send postal; will cull ill., Commercial st. «18
PERSONAL i ;
IJERSONAL— WIDOW, 80, 000 D CHAR AC t
tor, good health, no enoumbranoo, win cor- ]
respond with gentleman over 50. without chll
drub, la easy circumstances; object, matrimony.
Age no objection. Address A, Box 3D, Herald
PERSONAL-SINGLE GENTLEMAN WITH \
means, age 38, stranger iv city, wants to cor- «
respond with lady with means. Object, matri
mony. Address It. EC., box 40, Herald office. 25
TtT II V PA V A M BIRCH ANT TAI LOR 835 FOR
TV n suit when yon can get the same thing for .
fl2 at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 124 W, First st.,
Wilson block. 4-14 tf
MISFITS AND UNCALDED FOR GAR
menta at less than half your tailor's prices
at the Misfit Cloihing Parlors, 124 W. First st.,
Wilson hlocK. 4-j t tf
I>ERSONAL - NEW PROCESS - TRREGU
larltfes, from whatever cause, cured without
medicine, instruments or puin; sure cure; ?1 treat
ment; home. 818 Grand aye. t-3-ti
I* A NTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER
for f(i and 84 we sell for 13 at the At is lit Cloth
ing Parlors, 124 W. l lrstst., Wilson block. 4-14 tf
PERSONAL-HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
ladles' and gent's second-hand clothing.
MRS. BESSIE, 700.'. S. Spring st, 4 2s
PERSONAL - COMMODORE LYONS. OF
Colorado: Call at room 7, 334 S. Hill St., aud
see an old friend. 25
IIMANK A. WEINBHANK, PLUMBER AND
JT gafititter. 240 E. Second st. Tel. IK.
AF. BLOPER, "IWUBE
. 113 N. Broadway.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this class I flea
tion— I time, 5 cents per Hue; 1 week, 30 cents per
line; 1 month, »■ per line.
Opto- Lot 54x100 W. Side Flower st.
fSuOJ- Fine corner for resilience or flats.
iisoo-Lot On N. side Seventh st., Bonnie Bras
WBo— lfoxlsS s. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand aye.
rViW— Very close In, 00x163. 12-room bouse.
tlnO-H-room house, lot 50x150, estate must sell
$750- Lai on W. Thirty-first St., worth 11003.
i;su-c«roer Thirtieth and Maple aye.
IflOO- Lot In Bonnie Biae tract.
350~L0t on Wall st., Inrl bargain.
$200 per foot—Lot ou Main st.
Several exchanges ou baud, California for east
ern or norlneru.
Want to buy new house, 6 rooms, close In, $2000
to ttSOJ, 1100 cesh, $40 per month.
Money to loan. If you want (o place money
come and see me. W. H. GRIFFIN,
tf 13U S. Broadway.
FOR BALK—AT A SACRIFICE. A COM
pletely furnished house, thoroughly modern,
large grounds, highly Improved, east front; lo
cated most desirable part of the city. Hand
some residence. O. A. YICKERY A Co. 110' i 8
Broad way. ||
FOR SALE—S3O3O CASH. BUYS $0 ACRES OF
land; all townsite and good as land around It
held at $200 per acre; is miles from Lot Angeles.
Inquire at Massachusetts Shoe Store, 129 W. First
< st. i ti tit. sat, sun
FOR HALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. BAS
SETT A SMITH. Pomona. Cal. 6-28 tf3
•" " - " "~" ~ — ■ ■ ■;; '■■
FOR S A LE—G RI DER A HOW'S
—THE TRACT OF HOMES
64 choice residence lots unsold are now offered at
»9on to 11000, on easy payments; 600 lots have been
sold and over 2AO homes built in the past IS months;
a school bulldlngthat cost over $17,000, andafine
church are located iv this tract; five miles of
streets graded, curbed and sldewalked, and lined
with 2000 lovely shade and palm trees; city water;
electric lights; modern street cars with ten-minute
service; only 12 minutes' ride from business cen
ter; four 30-foot streets and one 100-root street; lots
50x150 10 alley; high and nightly location; rich
loam soil, no mud. Don't buy for n home nor for
an Investment until you see the "Adams btreet
Tract." Free carriages from our oflice; telephone
1290. For iimps, price and views of this tract call 1
on or write to GRIDER A DOW, t
26 130 S. Broadway.
JUST THINE OF ITI •
Tbe A lex snore Weill tract offers chotee building
lotsou Eightb. Ninth and Twelfth streets, near
Central avenue car line, 25x120 to alley, at
$300, $325 and $330, on small cash pay
ment and monthly Installments of oniy ,
$10. No Interest charged on deferred payments. '
Only one hundred lots lea of the original four
hundred, and when they have been disposed ot
such a chance to get a home within walking dis
tance at low prices and unon easy terms may nev
erofferagatn. Title absolutely perfect. An un- '
limited certificate of title or a policy of insurance
of the Title Insurance and Trust Co. issued with 1
every agreement of sale. For maps, price list and
all particulars address
7-e o dtf Its)* W. Second at., Burdlck blk. 1
$550—Choice residence lots In this beautiful tract !
at $550, with small cash payment, the balauce on
long time. The streets are all graded, graveled,
with cemeu twulks and curbs. Located on Four- j
tecnth St. 1 San Pedro and Clanton sts. Only a few
minutes'walk to the business center. Free car
riage. GRIDER A DOW
2« 180 s. Broadway.
JJi OR SALE
$300— Large 50-foct lot on Twenty-ninth St., In
one block or the electric cars, at $.HOo—s2-5 cash and
the balance at 110 per month: street graded and r
graveled; cement walks and curbs, and sprinkled, (
Carriage from our office.
GRIDER A DOW,
26 130 s. Broadway.
JTIOR SALE- ,
Fine 50-foot lots on Twenty-third at., ln J» block '
of the electric cars, covered with bearing orange
trees! streets graded and graveled, cement walks 1
and curbs, at $475 to $500, on easy terms. See them ■
before you buy. GRIDER A DOW,
20 139 S. Broadway
_____ . j
FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS !
InC. A. Smith's Third addition, located on ;
Eighth and Mateo sts. near Seventh st. school.
These lots are level and part of them are covered
with orange trees 20 years old' They are selllug
fast, because my terms are easy—slo cash, $10 per
month, and prices low— $150, $175, $200 a lot. Ho
member thia is cloae-in property. Call soon and t
make your selection. C. A. SMITH, 2U W. First t
st. 4-16 tf
FOR RALE—IF YOU WISH TO BUY ANY
property In the city for Investment or specu
lation, or place or borrow money on good city prop- ,
ertv you may make money by consulting Richard
Altschul. 123', W. Second st. tu-thr-sat-tf
TTIOR SALE—OLD RESIDENT OFFERS BAR
_T gains in choice residence lota, fruit orchards
and large acreage In Los Angeles, Pasadena and
vicinity. Address OWNER, box 28, South Pasa
dena. 20 j
ITIOR SALE—TWO OF THE FINEST LOTS IN
1 Los Angeles, between Third and Fourth on
Olive, two frontages. Address OWNER, box 28,
South Pasadena. 5-2 ,
We have a choice piece of property on this
fine street, centrally located, now in tha
heart of the business center. Wo are offer
ing this property at such a low price tbat will
make the lucky buyer a handsome profit
within a short time.
CLARK & BRYAN, 127 Wi Third tt, 7tf j
Country Property \
FOR BALE—IB ACRES, 11 IN BEARING;
oranges and deciduous fruit trees; a beauti
ful place and location; 2>t miles from Riverside;
perpetual water goes with the property; title per
feet: price $2000 If sold soon. Address L. R., box
1083, Riverside, Cal. 30
1 ■ M I
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE - LOVELY
foothill ranch north of Pomona, a aanitnrlum;
38 inches of water rights; spring water piped to
house; 50 acres improved ln fruit trees. For par- .
tluulars itiquiro of af'GARRY A INNES.227 W.
Second st. 27
FOR EXCHANOE—MISCELLANEOUS j
Under this heading subscribers to the Herald J
may Insert an advertisement or 00 words or less, 1
four times, free of cost, provided the advertiser-Is
not a dealer in the article or goods advertised.
OK EjTc HANOE— WE E xT'HA N cTIO MO !
for good collaterals and charge tlie lowest rate
of interest in the clly. 220 Byrne bldg. 25
TTIOR EXCHANGE —* HALF INTEREST,
JC prosperous proprietary medicine business; 1
will exchange for city or county property, and as- !
sume If necessary. The medicine is a great sue- }
cess, with best of testimonials from Los Angeles
citl/ens, Reason for selling. Jack of Mmc to give
to business. Buyer must be able to give time to
pushing business. Address, M. J. PIERCE, 500 1
Mozart at. 27
FOR EXCHANGE — WOULD EXCHANGE \
for a fruit ranch a irmrkoi garden in Minns- '
sotn; 40 acres of choice land, with fine new build- '
lugs, 6 miles from the city hall; value $10,000. Ad
dress A, G. SIMONDS, 803 Guaranty Loan bktg.,
Minneapolis, Minn. 1 w
FOR EXCHANGE-EXCLUSIVE AGENCY '
for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or <
country property for part paymcut. Address S. E.,
Herald office. frtf
FOR EXCHANGE—FOR SALE—LOT 45x135
on Nella St., 2 blks. west of Central aye. Call
on premises, or address box (14, S. Los Angeles, 2R
: aasssajastaaa . aaa iljj.i-—:■■ ±sxatm
PA. DENTAL CO., A. J. STEVENS, MAN A
ger, makes a specialty of crown and bridge
work and painless extracting. A good set of teeth
$5. 2205. Spring. Telephone IWJ. tf
ADAMS BROS. —DENTA L PARLORS, 28$H
S. Spring st.; painless extracting and filling'
plate, $6, ?s, $10* all work guaranteed; established
10 years; hours, 8-5; Sundays, 10-12,
FRANK STEVENS, 324., S. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Sundays; elec
tric light. _______
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, |OtM S. SPRING
St., rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless extraction.
Kmawe brihC patent solicitous:
froc- book on patem.. 124 Byrne bldg.
CJ LARSKN * CO. HAVE THE AOENCY
19, lor Heley Bicycle,, m w .filth at. »1U
Rates far advertisement, tinder thia claaslflea
tion—l time. 5 cents per line; I wee k. 30 cenis pei
line; l month, II per line.
town ior mattings, linoleums and windou
shades; carpets cleaned and laid, till-: MAT
TIMO MART, «MS. Broadway. 7-le
FOR RENT—A COZY, PRETTY. MODERN
•Vroom cottago; gas, bath, lawn, llowers. IK<
8. Flower st. U«
FOR RKNT—S-ROOM HOUSE, ISJ« VICTORIA
St. ALLIhON BARLOW, ill 8. Broadway, t
171011 'RKNI'-4-ROOM FLAT; »I 0 PKP
. month, ess Towne aye., Wolfskill tract, tf
rpO I.ET-3ROOM FLAT AND STOREROOM
X lIP per month. t33 Town Aye. tb
lIF. NT— FU RN IS lIE D~~BU ITK, FRONT
and back parlor.,, very desirable forffentleman
and wife or two Kentlemen, in a modem flat, on
electric line, live minutes south Irom city hnll:
electric lights, gaa, balh and telephone; front
moms; no children. Address No. 1 COLONIAL
FLATS, Eighth nnd Broadway. 5-3
"KIOR RENT—F.I.KO ANTL V FURNISHED
1 rooms, transient, close In; also single room,
THE WAVERLY. IJ7 E. Third St. 4-9
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 851 E. SEC
ond St.; furnished rooms, si per week up
lodging, tie, 35c and 50c per night. 10-1 if
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FURNISHED
rooms; f LAO to »-'. NITTiNUER'B, 451 S. Hope
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping, U2R s. Broadway. 2-25tf
and Tennessee. Inquire of MeOARRI <t
IN.-vES, 227 W\ Second st.. or at I). F. McllAlt-
RY 'H CPAI, OFFICE, Ninth and Alameda sts. 31
FOR RENT-PART OF STORE, WITH FINE
show window, on Broadway; excellent loca
tion for leweler. Inquire at 5041 S. Rroadway. tr
FOR RENT— ROOM AT TUIINI-.R
hall; every first and third Friday or each
month. Inquire of ianltor. l«Mf
IpiOß SALE OR TRADE-AERIAL RIOGInT.
and all kinds of bouncing and Juggling goods;
man's A No. 1 wardrobe, spangled and trimmed
with gold and silver fringe. Address with stamp
MRS. V. 0. DAM RON, Wan Bernardino. Cal. 31
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE - ONE VINE
gold watch and chain ; also one double-barrel
breechloadlng shotgun (Remington), for a type
writer, fall on or address A. S.. 685 W. sixth 5t.36
FOR SALE-CHEAP; 500 POUNDS BREVIER
type; wan used on The Herald until Mergen
thaler typesetting machines were nut in April LA,
Address Business Manager, The Herald, Los An
FOR SALE—ONE NEARLY NEW ST 171)E
-haker delivery wagon ; one 500-gallon crude oil
tank, zinc; one oil burner ior holler, at bargain.
Call 717 College st. 26
FOR EXCHANGE -A FINE FAMILY DRIV-
Ing horse for spcond-hand surrey and harness.
Apply ai« We Twenty-flrst st. Jfl
FOR SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK ELE.
vator at a sacrifice. Inquire at the HeraM
business ollice. 12-tf
FOR SALE -ENGLISH MASTIFF; $10. AD
dress 2027 If. Second Ht. 28
ITIOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTITIES
1 io suit at this office.
FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK
Xp OR SA L E—A BAY 110 RSE, W EIUIIT
X about 1000 lbs; gentle, no tricks, good traveler;
8 years old: for sale cheap or will exchange for
groceries. 406 W. Twenty-eighth st. if
SALE LIVE STOCK—IO JERSEY 4
. grade cows, near The Palms. Inquire of
M'GARRY & INNES, 227 W, Second st. 27
AT THE GRAND PACIFIC
X Restaurant, .'ll4 S. Malu st. Our motto puce
and good food, quick service. 5-11
CiIEAM CARPET CLEANI NO, SEWING AND
© laving. JOHN U. RICHARDS, 120 N. Spring.
Tel. 1343. b-9-tf
BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY USED STETN.
way upright piano. Address X., box 100, Her
K~ NABE ANI> VOSk"& SONS PUNUfT AT
BIRKEL'S Parlors 18 and 10, Pirtle blk. If
Notice to Creditors
I IST ATE OF THOMAS M'OLORE Y. SOM R
j times known as Thomas McClurey, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by tbe undersigned, ad
ministrator of the estate of/the above named tic
cede nt, to the creditors of. and nil persons having
claims against said deceased, to ex til hit the same
with the necessary vouchers witliln four months
after tbe first publication of this notice to the un
dersigoed administrator at his office. No. 385 West
Third street, city of Los Angeles, California,
where the business pertaining to said estate will
First publication of this notice, April 28, 1808.
FRANK M. KKLSEY.
Administrator of the estate of said deceased.
ALLEN <fc EFJjINT,j Attorneys lor Adminis
trator. 4 •2SAB-2.8.18
Notice to Creditors
INSTATE 01* P. LAUOURDETTE, DE
! j ceased. (No. 1472.)
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad
ministrator of the estate of iho above named de
cedent, to the creditors of. and all persons having
claims ngaluat said deceased, to exh Iblt Die same,
with the necesaar.v vouchers, within four mouths
after tho rlrst puullcatiou of ibis novice, lo said ad
ministrator at his ofllce, No. 2;i» West Third
street, city of Lo< Angeles. California, where the
business pertaining to said estate will be trans
First publication of this notice. April 25 . isi)«.
FRANK M . KELBEY,
Administrator of the estate of suid deceased.
ALLKN «to FLINT, Attorneys for Ad mints-
I rator. 4 -2."hv. '>• 2,0,1 ti
AN ELEGANT SOUVENIR
Sen Francisco's Ureetlnic to the Citizens of
San Francisco has shown her ap
preciation of the enterprise of our cit
izens by sending to ns a handsome
little souvenir of the Fiesta that was
distributed broadcast on the streets of
the city yesterday afternoon. The sou
venir consists of thirty-two pages of
interesting reading matter, Interspersed
with life-like pictures of many of San
Francisco's leading men, among whom
are Charles M. Shortridge, editor uf the
Call: Claus Spreckels. the sugar king,
together with his son, John D, Spreckels;
ex-Attorney General Wm. H. H. Hart,
Senator George C. Perkins, Irving M,
Scott, M. M. Kstce, Jacob Ncff and
These gentlemen, together wilh many
of the leading profeslonal lights of our
northern sister city, send their well
wishes and greetings to the citizens of
Los Angeles in commemoration of the
third annual Fiesta.
Thousands of these souvenirs were
distributed yesterday, and the distribu
tion will continue today; it is being con
ducted by D. J. O'Leary, a San Francis
Professor Joseph Fandrey, European
specialist, formerly of Berlin. Germany,
now permanently located at 821 South
Uroadway, Los Angeles, is a practical
rupture specialist and manufacture:
the latest patent trusses (his own in
vention) for curing rupture; also cor
sets for curvature of the spine, female
supporters, etc. Each case will be made
to Ht. Over forty almost helpless cases
of from two to twenty years standing,
some twice broken, are today cured and
have no more use for truss. Patients
from two to seventy-live years of age.
Information an." '■•"Umoiilals will be
sent on application.
The celebrated Anheuser-Busch beer
on draught. Imported Pilsener Tucher,
brewed ln Bavaria. During La Fiesta
the new brew of Bock for 1896 will be
on hand for our patrons. German and
French kitchen Is attached, and cook
ng to suit trade. Charles Bauer, pro
prietor and general agent tor Anheuser-
BEAUTIFUL WOMAN SUICIDE
\ Y«mo( Wile Take. Morphine With
she Had Dran Acting; Strangely al Lite,
■nd Wu Probably Temporarily
Notwithstanding the efforts made be
the physician to save her life, beautiful
lva Smith Barandon died between i
md S oclock yesterday morning from
the effects of a dose of morphine taken
with suicidal intent, at the residence
□f her sister, 44t> Wall street.
On the 16th of last October lva Smith,
17 yea rs old. was wedded by Justice of
the Peace W. G. L. Soule of San Ber
nardino to Augustus Barandon, a young
man of 24. whose occupation was that
if bartender. The young couple lived
happily together for some time, but
iinally Barandon lost his Job and was
compelled to seek elsewhere for work.
iV week ago last Sunday Barandon came
to Los Angeles, his wife having pre
ceded him by one day. When she came
to town lva met a girl friend of hers
named Kingsbury. Together they went
to Compton to spend Sunday with some
pf Miss Kingsbury's relatives. They
were joined there by Barandon, who
mmc back to the city with them the
The time since then has been spent
!py husband and wife together, he hard
ly leaving her for more than half an
pour at a time. Of late she has seemed
nnrose and discontented, and her man
ner has been strange. All day Thurs-
Jay she did not speak to her husband
md seemed to avoid him. Thursday
ifternoon she spent ln company with
Miss Kingsbury doing a little shopping
ibout town. Along about 11 oclock- at
light she came to her sister's house,
Mrs. Hannah Aurant, and said she was
soing to stay all night. After being
there a few minutes she took out of her
pocket a small bottle, emptied the con
:ents Into a glass of water and drank
the mixture. Nothing was thought of
this by Mrs. Aurant, as she was in poor
health and took a great deal of medi
cine, and she supposed that it was only
in ordinary dose. Then lva sat down at
the table, and securing a piece of paper
nag, wrote the following note in lead
"I die tonight of my own free will. I
:ake morphine. IVA."
Tills note was left lying on the table
ilongside the bottle, and the ladles
prepared for bed. lva sleeping with her
sister and te latter' baby. Both retired
md Mrs. Aurant quickly fell asleep.
Vot long afterward she was awakened
py Iva's heavy breathing, and shook her
md asked her what was the matter,
rhe latter replied that she felt sick at
he stomach, but turned away saying,
'Don't bother me."
Mrs. Aurant again dozed off, only
:o be again awakened by the stertor
ous breathing of the girl. Again she
iroused lva and received the request
lot ot bother her. Once more dropping
:o sleep, an hour later the sister awoke
md becoming thoroughly alarmed at
va's condition called her husband who
.vent for a physician. Dr. Finch re
sponded, it then being after 2 o'clock
n the morning, and soon saw that_the
rirl had taken morphine and was in a
precarious condition. Every means was
employed to recuscltate her, but after
working until past 7 o'clock in the
nornlng she died, having been uncon
scious from the time she was discov
Baratldon, coming down to the house
o look for his wife, was met by Aur-
Lnt, who imparted the sad news of her
leath. The body was removed to Orr
t Hines' parlors and the coroner no
.lfled. An inquest was held at 1:30
n the afternoon, at which Dr. Finch,
he husband. Augustus Barandon, the
dster and Iva's father, Charles W.
•!mith, testified. The later hdbeenno
ified by telephone, and arived in the
ity just in time to attend the inquest.
Mrs. Aurant could give no reason for
he suicide, and said that she paid no
ittentlon, to Iva's writing the note
thinking she was simply scribbllg.Thet
ltisband said they had always lived
lappily. He had left his wife only a
thort time each day to go to the em
ployment oftli c in search of work. The
'ather told of the young wife's age,
md said she had been born and raised
n San Bernardino. A verdict was
luickly reached by the jury, who found
hat it was suicide by morphine, ad
ninistered by her own hand. Late in
he afternoon the remains, accompanied
)y the husband and father, were taken
0 San Bernardino for interment.
FRAIL FEMALES FIGHT
>ne Takee a Shot at the Other, and They
Fight It Out
For some minutes yesterday after
inon there was great excitement in Pnr
idise alley down in Little Pi.ree. In the
irst place a drunken man vho had been
Flatting one of the frail females accused
ler of robbing him. She was Gladys
Prince and indignantly denied the aceu
ition The fellow insisted that she had
•elieved him of a gold watch and a sum
>f money, and attempted to make her
iisgorge. She ran up the street with
ilm In pursuit. The drunken man had
1 hard sprint to catch her, but flnally
srabbed the w oman by the cape, which
she slipped off and made her escape. He
lame up town with some friends and re
ported his loss.
Meantime Gladys had gone up town
md imbibed several drinks, when she
•eturned to her crib. Being worked up
n the lighting point and having had
iome trouble with one of her compan
ons, she started on the warpath. Go
ng to a crib occupied by Mabel Clif
;on, with a big revolver in her hand.
Jhe took a shot at the occupant and
hen rushed Inside to complete the job
vlth nails and teeth. Tho bullet, if
itere was one in the cartridge, missed
ts mark, and when Officer Collins ap
peared upon the scene the two girls
,vere clinched and fighting like wildcats.
Je separated them with difficulty, and
•ailing the patrol wagon took both to
Matron Gray searched the girls and
ound on Gladys the revolver with
•hambers empty, her own watch and
mother gold timepiece, which evidently
icloiiged tn the party whom she had
ouched previously and a sum of money.
Both women were drunk and had a
Itsttirbing the peace charge placed
igalnst them. Gladys claimed that the
shot she iired was but a blank cartridge
md there is no means of proving other
wise. It is probable that a further
•barge of robbery will be preferred
»t San Pedro during Fiesta week. W.
r Co.'a steamers will convey passengers
o and fro. Take regular trains to dan
Pedro. Passengers for Catalina island
iesiring to see the warship Philadel
phia can do so without extra charge by
aking morning So. Pac. or Terminal
rains to San Pedro.
Grand Concert at Redondo Beech
-unday, April 2tith. The great Ron
■ovleri's band will give an open-air con
cert. The Santa Fe will run special
rains, leaving Los Angeles 9ltd a. m.,
'0:.'!0 a. m.. 1:80 P- m.. B:03 p. m. Return
ng trains leave Redondo 3 p. m., 4 p. m.,
S;80 p. m. Hound trip, SO cents.
Do You Enjoy Billiards?
The Warwick billiard parlors have
dx ot the latest improved billiard and
.00l tallies: 239 Second street, one door
'roiri Broadway. Strictly first-class.
The Nickel Creamcrv
Has the largest plant for making butter
and ice cream in the c ity. fi42 S. Spring.
All prices of wallpaper greatly reduced.
A. A. Eckatrom. 321 South Spring street, .