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United States Weather Office.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles
September 26,1892:
Time. I Bar.
6:00 a.m. |20 97
6:00 p.m. |29 88
Max. tern, 8U; mm. tern., 60.
Ban Francisco, Sept. 26.—For Southern Cali
fornia: Fair, southwest winds; generally clear.
Registration closes October 22L
A picked nine yesterday defeated the
Twelfth-street Browns by a score of 6 to
5. The batteries were Oser and Mc-
Ginley, and Mclntyre and Barms.
Saturday evening the residence ot Mr.
Beck, on'Kingsley street, University,
was the scene of a pipas-xnt little gather
ing, the occasion being the marriage of
Mrs. Beck's daughter. Miss Alice Shaf
fer, and Reuben J. Shaffer. D. A. Wag
ner was the officiating minister. Tbe
bride waa dressed in a blue gown, neatly
trimmed, and looked happy, as brides
always do. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer will
probably make Los Angele9 their futuro
The Odd Fellows' Hall association
filed articles of incorporation with the
county clerk yesterday morning. The
purpose of the organization is to hold
and handle property of that order in
this state. The shares are divided into
18, at $2500 eacb, aggregating $45,000
capital stock. The names of the incor
parators are: James 11. Kiimminger,
Richard Livingston, Ezra Overnoltzer,
Edward F. Prairo, W. A. Bouyge, Geo.
Joerimann, Frederick ICopp, W. O.
Burr, Octavius Morgan, Hugh J. Craw
ford, Gustav Heinman, Frank Glen
croes, W. H. McDonald, Frederick
J. Noll, sr.. Julius Lyons, T. H. White.
Mr. Vaughn, whose drug store is well
known to most of the Hkrald's readers,
had a funny adventure on Monday. He
was fishing" off San Pedro in a boat,
when suddenly he saw something dive
under his boat. He turned around to
watch it come up. and what should it
be but a lamb, about five days old, sup
posed to have jumped over from the
Hermosa on her trip from Catalina
island to San Pedro. Mr. Vaughn h*s
brought tbe youthful sheep to this city,
and baptized him Jim Blame, on ac
count of the uncertainty that bangs
over bis future.
Ring up telephone 44. Your goods
will be promptly delivered.
Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44.
Dr. Pepper, HO I*.1*. S. Spring street.
Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Ger
main Fruit company, sole agents. Be
ware of imitations.
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
centß per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
Fine liquora for medicinal use, at H.
J. Woollacott's.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street.
Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles.
Boya, bring them along.
Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Send a couple of cases of California
wineß to your eastern frieads; Germain
Fruit company.
.. H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine
Dr.R.J.Goss, corner Firbt and Spring
streets, rooaia 39 and 40, new Wilson
block, makes a epeciaity of diabetes,
paralysis and rheumatism.
Napa soda, Woollacott, agent.
Pure California wine put up in cases
by H. J. Woollacott. Send a oi"e to
your friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring
B. D. List, notxrv public. Legal papers care
ally drawn. 187 West Second. Te'.ophouo 165.
Ho! For San Diego.
Don't fail to attend t"»e grand celebra'ion of
the 350 th anniversary of the discovery of Cal
ifornia by Cabrillo, at fan Diego, on Wednes
day and Thursday, September 28th and 29th.
Special cheap excursion rates from all stations
on tbe Santa Fe und Southern Pacific.
Printed Wedding Invitations
Our specialty. New, handsome type. One hal
cost of engraving. 11. li. Lee & bro, printers
UONorth Spring street.
Councilman, Ninth Ward.
Ed t irs Herald: In looking around for a
Democratic candidate for tho Ninth ward who
possesses honor, int- grity, energy and ability,
Snd one who would serve ail the people faitn
ully, permit me to suggest the name of I. N.
Cochran. He has lived in the county twenty
three years, and his public and private life is
without a blemish. Taxpaikb.
Ladles, Here's Your Chance
To buy crockery, china, glass and tinware, of
latest designs and patterns, about one-half the
usual prices, at we Great American Importing
Tea Co's stores, 135 N. Main and 351 S. Spring
street. Lo» Angeles. They have revolutionized
old-time prices. Go and see them.
Landsberg, the Tailor,
fro 127 Kast First street. Lat> st patterns in
suitings. Beslwoik. Moderate prices. Satis
faction guaranteed. Alsocleaning and dyeing
New and Old Books, Magazines, kite.
Book Bxchang", Corner Second aad Mala sts
Visiting Cards ICngraTed
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762.
Wall paper. 237 S. Spring. Samples sent.
( A companion song to " If You Love Me, Darling,
Tell Me With Your Eyelids.")
We are showing some great drives in
Takes place every morning at 7 a.m. Don't
fail to be there.
Corner Main and Streets.
The (southern Pacific has put in effect
a rate one and one-third, for the round
trip, from Southern California points to
Santa Ana, during the fair at that point.
Occidental college has ■ opened withj
the largest attendance ever registered
during a fall term. Students are appre
ciating the additions to the library
reading room, and the well equipped
chemical laboratory.
Nelgen, the tailor at 116 Norlh Spring
street, has just received an extra fine
line of suitings, all the latest patterns.
Call and see them.
Voters, attention! —There will be a
Democratic mass meeting at Stimpson's
hall, Alhambra, Tuesday, the 27th, at
7 :30 p. m., to hear the national ques
tions of the day discuseed by Mr. A.
Selig and the Hon. John Shirley Ward.
Mr. B. Douglas, of Santa~Barbara, will
deliver a free public address, under the
auspices of the pre-millenial associa
tion, in Y. M. C. A. hall, this evening,
on The Seventieth Week of Daniel's
The church of the Unity will reopen
its doors next Sunday, October 2d. It
now has a seating capacity of 1200.
Dedicatory services will take place under
the direction of the pastor, Dr. Thom
son, who is expected back this week,
and Dr. Eli Fay. Rev. Mr. Sprague, of
Pomona, and others will be present.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week is the grand opening at Miss
M. A. Jordan's millinery store, 318
South Spring street. Ladies, be sure
and attend.
Los Angeles to Long Beach and re
turn, 50 cents, and San Pedro and re
turn, 50 cents, on the Los Angeles Ter
minal Railway, good going Saturday or
Sunday, and returning Saturday, Sun
day and Monday.
On Tuesday evening, the 27th inst.,
there will be a children's concert and
operetta, under the direction of Mrs.
Josephine True, at Turnverein hall,
which promises to be one of the events
of the season.
Wednesday evening, September 28th,
at Temperance temple, Marshall Wneel
er will explain the third motion of
the world of space, causing the destruc
tion of millions of human beings.
Tickets for sale at M. H. Alters, 126 S.
Spring street.
The new Vienna Buffet continues to
give a first-class nightly concert to large
audiences. The attractions for this
week are: Miss Hattie Mertons, serio
comic; Miss Sydney Barrymore, so
prano, and Miss Bessie Searle, accom
plished contralto. The Berth family are
still under engagement at this favorite
resort, with Miss Marquette-Berth as di
rectress. A tine commercial lunch from
11 a. m. to 2, and 5 to 7 p. m.
We, the undersigned Democrats of the
Third Ward, hereby agree to become
members of the Third Ward Democratic
club, to meet at Democratic beadquart
eia, llS'o South Spring street, tomor
row, Wednesday evening, September 28,
1892, at 7 .30 p. m., for the purpese of
perfecting permanent organization and
electiug officers: W. A. Ryan, A. M.
Stephens, T. E. Gibbon, N. C. Bledsoe,
J. K. Urmston, H. P. Wilson, Chriß
Hickson, Henry Ryan, W. R. Lewis, P.
H. Fitzgerald, M. J. Nolan, Dr. N.
Wynne, C. Behrendt, F. W. De Van, M.
H. Sullivan, G. B. Vanderbeek, T. R.
Richards, M. F. Bethoxski, Oscar Rag
land. C. G. Sachse, W. P. Jeffries, W.
M. Taylor, H. J. Woollacott, Sam Lew,
E. Canberry, Otto Vogel, Cal Foy, J. H.
Crawford, John T. Teel, A. P. McGinnis,
B. Breen. John Keuealv, E. Wineburgh,
R M. Baker, Chas. Donohue. All Dem
ocrats in the Third Ward are cordially
invited to attend.
Papa Schurtz acknowledges that he
was for once mistaken; the reason wby
is because he thought that Charles
Bauer was the agent of tbe Anheuser-
Busch Biewing association, of St. Louiß,
Mo. A letter which Papa received yes
terday, dated September 20th, from the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing association,
reads as follows: "Webegtosay that
Mr. Charles Bauer ia not an agent of
this company, in the true and actual
sense of the word, but is really the
wholesale dealer in our beer, who buyß
his beer straight out at fixed prices and
terms, and sells it again for his own ac
count." Papa Schurtz jußt as well could
have stated he is the czar of Russia, as
well at Charles Bauer states that he is
the general agent of the Anheuser-
Busch Brewing association, of St. Louis.
Papa Schurtz will hereafter import the
celebrated Anheuser-Busch beer direct
from St. Louis, for the use of his
thousands of customers who patronize
the Palace.
w eak Stomach strengthened by Bekcham's
Special for a Short Time
Great American Importing Tea Co. are giving
extra double presents to everybody at their
stores, 135 N. Main street and 351 S. Spring
street, Los Ange es. Tueir Teas, Coff.es and
Spices are pronounced perfection. Visit their
stores and get the best.
Removal Notice.
Mrs. 8. Lawrenci, formerly of 235 Fouth
Spring street, has removed her bairdressing,
mnnicuring and beauty parlors to 353 South
Spring street.
Gents' Bats Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed.
Hartley, hatter, 264 South Main street.
The finest coufectionerv, Ice cream and soda
fountain in the city is at ChrisUphei's, 241
South Spring Btreet.
In the United Btatee Ciroolt Court.
Judge Boss' Opinion.
Quite an important case wae decided
by Judge E. M. Rosa, in the United
States ciicuit court yesterday morning.
It was entitled The United States vs.
Two Hundred and Fifty Kegs of Nails.
It was an action by the government to
enforce an alleged forfeiture of certain
merchandise, on the ground that it wae
transported from one port of the United
States to another port therein, in a for
eign bottom.
The court, in his opinion, says that
the answer of the wner of the property
admits bringing it into the port of
Redondo, in this district, and sets ap as
a defense that tbe merchandise was
wholly the product and manufacture of
the United Stateß; was shipped from
New Ycrk in the Belgian ship Waes
land, consigned to a commercial house
at Antwerp; it was there discharged
and landed, and subsequently shipped
on the British ship Kireudbrightshire,
consigned to respondent at San Fran
cisco. It was brought there, entered as
the manufacture of the United States,
which had been exported and re
turned to this country. Prior to
the departure of the Waesland from
New York respondent procured a cus
toms certificate from the collector, of the
exportation of merchandise, and the
consignees at Antwerp procured from
tbe United States consul a certificate
that the merchandise consisted of arti
cles of the manufacture of tbe United
States, which had not advanced in value
or improved in condition by any process
of manufacture or other means.
The libel is based on section 4317 of
the revised statutes, which provides
that no merchandise shall be imported
or transported, under penalty of for
feiture thereof, from one port of the
United States to another port in the
United States, in a vessel belonging
wholly or in part to the subject of a for
eign power. The court, referring to
this, says that it was under a re-enact
ment of the fourth section of the act of
1817, an act manifestly passed in the in
terest of American shipping, and to pre
vent foreign vessels from engaging in
domestic commerce. Then the coast
trade was small. In the course of time,
however, it assumed larger proportions,
and it became an easy thing for foreign
vessels to take a cargo from the United
States, touch and discharge at a Cana
dian port, then reload and proceed to an
American port.
To prevent thip, congress passed the
act of 1866, which referred to such prac
tices on the northern, northeastern and
northwestern frontiers of the United
States providing lor forfeiture of such
vessel and payment of tonnage.
"As congress thus made the evasion
of the provisions of the statutes," said
the court, "the courts cannot say that
any other conditions than those defined
constitute a defense without departing
from the manifest intent of the statute
and usurping the powers of tbe legisla
tive department of the government.
The act of the respondent was a palpa
ble evasion of the provisions of section
4347 of the revised statutes ; but it was
not the act thereby prohibited; nor was
there any concealment about the trans
action. If such evasions as are here
shown should he prohibited, it is for
congress to prohibit them. It is not
for the courtß to make the law, or to de
part from tbe intention of the law-mak
ing power, aa manifested by its enact
ments. The exceptions are overruled."
The decision of the court enables the
kecs of nails to go on their way rejdic
Nlcodeuius Urqulda* Fails to Move the
Supreme Court.
The decision of the supreme court
affirming the judgment and order of
Judge McKinley in the case of the Peo
ple, etc., (respondent) va. Nicodemus
Urquidas (appellent), was received yes
terday by Deputy Clerk Ash more for
filing in this city.
The defendant was convicted of the
crime of burglary in the second degree,
and sentenced to be imprisoned in the
male's prison for the term of one year.
The appeal is from the judgment and an
order denying a new trial.
The charge was that the defendant
entered the barn of one Beale with in
tent to commit larceny, and the evi
dence on the part of the prosecution
tended to show that such an entry waß
made by defendant about 2 o'clock in
the morning. The judgment, says the
court, cannot be reversed therefore, for
want of evidence to justify the verdict.
It wag claimed that tbe court erred in
refusing to strike out, on motion of de
fendant, a portion of the testimony of
the witness Rose, and in admitting over
defendant's objections another portion
of the same witness' testimony. Tbe
court, however, seeß no error in the rul
ings complained of, and with reference
to the instructions excepted to says, "as
a whole the instructions stated the law
applicable to the case very fully and
! fairly."
One of the grounds upon which a new
trial was asked was that of newly dis
covered evidence, but the court disposes
of that as follows: "In this case the
. affidavits offered in support of the mo
tion weie in contradiction of the evi
dence introduced by the people and in
support of that given by defendant.
The evidence waß commutative, and it
fails to satisfy us that it would hmve
rendered a different reßult probable on
a retrial of the case. We can, there
fore, see no abuse of discretion by the
trial court in denying tbe motion,
Routine liasines* Transacted by the
The board of supervisors, besides fix
ing the tax levy yesterday, found time
to do considerable other business.
On motion of Supervisor Davis the
following resolution was adopted:
Whereas, In the opinion of the board
the public convenience requires that
two justice courts be established in each
of the townships in this county,
It is therefore ordered that there be
|j (Tasteless—Effectual.) %
i! Such as Sick Headache, 5
|j Weak Stomach, |
$ Impaired Digestion, #
Jj Constipation, |
% Liver Complaint, \
j and Female Ailments. |
; | Covered with a Tautelesß & Soluble Coating. J
;; Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. %
, i New York Depot. i6?-Cahal St. 5
" Absolutely the Best."
It is made of pure cream
of tartar and soda, no am
monia, no alum. A like
quantity goes farther and
does better work. It is
therefore cheaper.
Cleveland's is the baking
powder used in the U. S.
Army and by teachers of
cookery. It never varies,
and always gives perfect
saii' fiction. Try a can.
and hereby is established twe justices
courts in each judicial township in this
county, except Los Angeles township.
It is further ordered that two justices
and two constables be and they are
hereby allowed in each of tbe judicial
townships of this county ; and
Whereas, It appears to the board that
Lob Angelea township, of this county,
contains a city in which city justices are
elected, it is therefore ordered that there
he, and hereby is, established and al
lowed one justice's court and one justice
of the peace in said township.
It waß ordered that the clerk adver
tise for bids for grading San Fernando
and Santa Susana roads, bids to be
opened October 6th.
James Hay, John Branch and Levi
Carse were appointed trustees of the
Artesia Cemetery association, and H.E.
Purdy sexton.
A petition of Charles E. Maseinett for
a wharf franchise and right of way on
Terminal island, in San Pedro harbor,
was brought up, Messrs. Wells, Monroe
& Lee being for the petitioner, and
Henry T. Gage protesting against the
grant. The hearing was postponed until
October sth.
Little Matters Attended to Yesterday by
the Cops.
Steve Richards and Sam Rigga had a
row over a hack yesterday. They were
both arrested on a charge of disturbing
the peace.
A citizen, yesterday morning, brought
a runaway boy to the police station. He
waß booked, but, later in the day, his
father called, and the lad was delivered
over to him.
M. Bocopulos, a peanut vender, was,
yesterday, arrested for violating the li
cense ordinance.
Amelia Pilka, an insane woman, was
arrested, yesterday afternoon, on First
street. She was not violent, but it was
deemed Dest to take her to the county
John Johnson, a colored man, was ar
rested .yesterday on complaint of some
parties who charged him with battery.
His case will be tried today.
Patrick Garrity and his wife, Mary,
were arrested yesterday on a charge of
disturbing the peace. They will both be
tried today.
Complaint was made yesterday that
A. Diaz, who was arrested last week on
a charge of a misdemeanor, was missing.
His bondsmen were given until late in
the week to produce him. It ia thought
that he is in San Bernardino.
Y. Villa was arrested yesterday on a
complaint charging him with malicious
mischief which constituted raising a dis
turbance at McGinnis' saloon on Second
Ramon Luizardo was yesterday ar
rested on a warrant charging him with
battery. His case will come up today.
Given Yesterday by Prof. J. C. Leonard,
Before a Private Party.
The most remarkable mind-reader and
test medium that ever visited Portland,
Piof. J. C. Leonard, yesterday gave a
few testa of his powers before a select
party of prominent people of this city,
which were as startling in their results
as they were unexpected by the party.
He had not previously met any of the
gentlemen who called upon him, yet he
called each of his visitors by name, and
gave the full maiden name of the mother
of each of the party without a moment's
One of the moat surprising tests of
mind-reading and mediumistic powers
given by the professor, was the follow
ing : He asked one of the party to write
the nameß of four different persons on
as many different slips of paper. These
names were all written while the pro
fessor was out of the room and carefully
folded and placed in tbe vest pocket of
one of the gentlemen present. Profeseor
Leonard, on his return to tbe room,
called off tbe full name of each person
as written on the different slips, and
wbat was the startling result of this
test wa3 tbe pjefeesor's significant but
quiet remark, as be called off one of
these names, "this party Jsdead." Tv?
professor is certainly a genius in bis
line and Mb v/ork is the subject of con
siderable comment among the skeptics
of the city.—[Portland Oregonian.
The professor is now located in Los
Angeles for a short time, with rooms at
316>a 8. Spring street.
The Temple Street-Democrats Hold an
Enthusiastic Gathering.
At a meeting of tbe Temple-street
Democratic club last nigbt at their hall,
there were about seventy members
present. After being called to order by
J. A. Craig, vice-president, and after
the reading of the minutes, tbe roll was
opened and several new signatures
Stirring addresses were then made by
M. P. Snyder, candidate for theaaembly
in the Seventy-fifth district, and by W.
B. Scarborough, candidate for public
A delegation was present from the
Colored Democratic club, and through
their secretary, M. C. Haustein, ex
tended an invitation to be present at
their club meetings. Mr. Brown, of the
same club, explained tbe reason for tbe
departure of the Colored people from
the Republican party.
On motion it was resolved to have a
school of instruction in voting at each
meeting on Monday nights, to which all
voters in the Second ward are invited to
115 S. Spring jhcIDID TfflfLOtf COOPERAGE ano BRANDING. 115 S. fpriv
Newest Designs in Scotch and English Tweeds.
Business Suits from ■ ■ $20 to $60
Pants made to measure from $5 to $14
Suits made up on Short Notice. Finest Workman
ship Guaranteed.
134 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Gal.
Stores in every large city.
"3b & 4V ten to cure till nervous diseases, auch as Weak Memory,
W «5 l) (5* -J\ t*Oaw of Brain t'owrr. fleadacht*. Wakefulness, Lost Manhood. Nightly Jfimla*
Jjjh_ v. -amj along. Nervousness, Lassitude, all drains and loss of power of tbe Generative)
J w Wkmp \ organs in eitheraez causcl by over exertion, youthful erro~«, or excessive
Au?aK*a»C Vv nae ° f tohaecn. opium or stimulants which soon lead to Infirmity. Conaomp*
anrouAKDAmarorNa. or rr/imtlthr, money Circular troo. Address K<ht«»t«dCo.. Chicago. lU.
gor pale In T,on Angeles o*l . by GODFKKY A MOORK. LrjJggUttU TOP South gttrtog St.
C. F. A. LAST,
131 N. MAIN ST.,
Wholesale and Retail
Wine i Liquor Hercbant
Finest stock of Old Hermitage, W. H. Mc-
Brayer, Old Crow, Spring Bill, New Hope,
Blue Grass, Bot.d * Llllard. Mellwood, Old
Taylor, etc. Btrainht Kentucky Whiskies
Family and m dicinal trade solicited (> 303 m
An artici a needed in every family for wash
ing clothes and all kind! of cleanlnir. It con
Used in the Bast whh success for years. Uni
versally u'eful. Factories mills, printers,
housekeepers, engineers, snd persons woiking
where the bands become soie snd strained. It
leaves the hands soft and white, and cures
cuts and scratches on the (kin. No scrubbing;
no muscular labor. In cleaning bouse, as
a delicate woman can clean without? fatigue.
It saves paint. For cleaning paint, varnished
surfaces, window glass, mirrors, gold frames,
marble furniture, silverware, showcases,
bronzes, cut glass, gloves and gas fixtures. It
removes paint, pitch or tar from the hands or
cloihing readily. Anything soiled by oil or
frease, files, pencil marks or dirt of any kind,
t will clean without tocp or water. Ued ln
hotels and steamers for washing dishes. For
tbe bath it has uo equal. For cleaning false
teetL, it saves that peculiar annoyance to ro
many. It,cores tbe poison of poison oav, and
removes sunburn. Lireetionß on cv<ry bottle;
50c per quart bottle. W. B. KOOEKB. agent,
P. 0. box 635,125 Bast Tbird street, r os Ange
leß, Cal. ■ 9 11 lm
Is too cifltiplicated for us. If you have ftofec
tlve eyes atl4 value them, consult us first. We
guarantee cut Sttlng perfect, as our system U
tbe latest scientific one. Children's eyes should
be examined during school life. Thousands
sufler with headache Which is often remedied
with properly fitted glasses. Xyea examined
free of charge.
S. Q. MARSHUTZ. Scientific Optician,
Established lHrfZ,
151 N. Spring, opn. old Court House
ff^ Don't forget the number "VI
Finest Duck Shooting on the Coast.
I have placed on the lake, sink boxes, boats
and blinds for the accommodation of my
guests, where can be had the best duck shoot
ing ln the state; use of above free for guests.
Also have on hand 10,000 shells, loaded ex
pressly for ducks, at reasonable figures. Car
riage leaves Ban Bernardino on Tuesday and
Saturday at 5 a.m., passengers or no passen
gers, carrying U. S. mall to Knight's hotel.
008 KNIGHT, JR.,
9-25 lm Proprietor Bear Valley Hotel.
Everything Pint-Clui lid Chargei Reasonable.
No. 140 North Main street. Lot Angeles.
No. 61.
Repairing promptly attended to.
Old trunks taken In ezotut
Manufacturer of and dealer in
Trunks and Traveling Bags.
7-3 3m 130 South Main street. Tel. 818.
Continues to cure PRIVATE, NERVOUS and
CHRONIC DISH ASKS a< both *«*efi.
Gonorrhoea, Gleot. Strfetore, Syphilis, Im
potency, Night losses, Varlcocew promptly
cared. Blood, Kidney, Bladder and Mervous
diseases treated with remarkable success. Dr.
White is the oldest specialist in the city.
Booms 12, 13, 14, 19.
PnllTifiMl Dr. White calls attention to tbe
U'l U lIUW 1 ' BCt v "- 1 nis patieuts are not en
trusted to the care of hired substitutes, as Is the
case ln so many so-c-lled institutes, which are
established with some high-sounding title or
under a borrowed name, and are conducted by
men too inexperienced to practice successfully
under their own names,
Messrs. PIRONI & BLATKI, manufacturers
of Native Wines and Brandies, beg to Inform
tbe tin-ens of Los Angeles and vicinity that
they are now permanently located at Ho.
340 North Main street (Baker block), where
they have opened an office and spacious sales
room for condnctlng their city and jobbing
Family trade respectfuUy solicited and
promptly attended to.
Pure wines and brandies of cur manufacture
for medicinal use*.
Telephone 836. P. o.' box 1077, Station C.
N. B.—Proprietors t>t West Glendale Winery
and Vineyards. 7-8 3m

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