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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII.—NO. 19.
AMUSEMENTS.
LOB ANUEUES TREATEkT™
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
K. 8. Douolas, Associate Mauager.
WEEK COMMENCING TO-NIGHT,
SUNDAY, APRIL 21st.
The World's Greatest Marvels,
VAIOIS TWIN SISTERS
In their brilliant entertainment, entitled
"TRAPEZONB ROTA ERE," a wonderful
and novel performance on an entirely new
apparatus.
Mias Lizzie will make her wodderful dive from
the d ime of the theater. This la the highest
ceiling west of the Missouri River.
THE FOLLOWING BIG COMPANY
NAPIER AND MARZELLO,
MELVILLE AND STET3ON,
IMRO FOX,
DE LAUR AND DEBRIMONT
THE HEARLYS,
JOHN G. SPARKS,
PAT REII.LY,
BESSIE GILBERT.
REILLY AND SPARES
—AB THK —
2 NoBLE ROGUES 2
a2l It .
URAND OPERA HOUSE, Los Angeles.
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee ana Manager.
R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
ONE WEEK ONLY
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Com
mencing Monday eve next, April 22d.
— THE EVENT OF THE SEASON —
Production of Mrs. Francis Hodgson Bur
nett's Dramatic Idyl, (now running to crowded
houses in London, New York and San Fran
cisco, )
LITTLE LOBD I k I Vl l.i ItIM .
WALLIE EDDINGER and FLOBBIE ETHYL
Alternating as "Little Lord Fauntleroy," and
specially selected company.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday Vt
"Every mother will like this pretty play."—.V.
Y. Timet.
Seats on sale Thursday. April 18th, 10 A. K.
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 25c
a! 7 td
/California dime museum a theater
\j
the popular family rehiikt!
great bill for easter week:
museum— Amphitheater—
JAMES CARR, The BESSIE WEST, A Re-
Strange Albino, who markably Talented
mounts ladders, etc., Juvenile Specialty
barefooted, the rungs Artist.
•work.*"" 1 6dged ROBZ ART, The Clever
LITTLE DOT, The Pre- LyiO Artist.
Melon Bewitching, FLUCARD A DANA.
Midget Lady, a prime Daring and Intrepid
favorite with every- Acrobats and Gym
boay. riKhis
PEOF. THEO. GREIN
ER, our Colebrated ED. ARMSTRONG,
Bohemian Glass Finished Exponent of
Blower, exhibiting Song and Dance.
toLFSSF *IZ JOHN MERRITT, Ver
ougiues em »» t,!e Mlmlc » nd
ART EXHIBIT of a Comedian,
collection of superb JOHN WEST, Ex
works of art in oil, by pounder of the
the most famous ar- Ethics of OorkedMin
tists. strelsy
Doors open from 10 A. si. to 10 p. H.
Admission, 10c Reserved seats 10c. extra.
JJAZARD'S PAVILION.
; FLU HER FESTIVAL. :
APRIL 16th to 27th Isci-ustvE.
GARDENS.
EASTER SUNDAY.
UKANIt SACRED CONCERT
By the Celebrated VIENNA LADIES' OR3HEB
TRA under Mm Julia de Beltran.
Doors open at Ip. v. Concert commences at
2 p. K. a2O 2t
hTnatatorTiim^
A Swimming Bath,
FORT STREET, BET. BECOND AND THIRD,
AdjoiuiugNew City Hall.
Basin 30x84 ftet; wnter healed by steam.
Open day and evening; Sundays close at 6 p. k.
Admission, 25c arid 35c. Plolu, hot baths, in
fine procelain tubs, at all hours, for ladies or
gentlemen, 25c. Every Tuesday, from 7to 10
p. if., ladies' and gentlemen's night; no gentle
men admitted wituout a lady. Spectators, iree.
a9-tf
•yiKNNA BUFFET, cor. Main and Requenastsi
FIRST-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND
CONCERT
EVERY EVENING FREE!
By the Vienna Ladies' Orchestra, under Miss
Julia de Beltran.
FIRST-CLASS AUSTRIAN KITCHEN. Ja2tf
ANTS, PER^NALsTAND OTHER AD
vertlsements under the following heads
Inserted at the rate of S cents per line for each
Insertion.
PERSONAL.
MONEY TO LOAN ON COLLATERAL
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. m 23 3m
LAW A BPBUL
alty. Advice free, W. W. HOLCOMB, At
torney, 11 Temple street. Room 10-12. m29-tf
O¥dAN~FROB., OF 22 8. SPRING ST.,
are making the cheapest clothes in the city,
In order to matte room for their coming spring
and summer goods. m27tf
IF YOU WANT TO BUY REAL ESTATE AT
bedrock prices, see T. B. MCDONALD,
rooms 8 and 9 now Wilson building, corner
Spring and First sta. m26-tf
EW NATICe" HOUSE - NEW MAN AGE
maut; furnished rooms, single, $8 to *8 per
mono ; In suite", #12 to $20; use of parlor,
reading room and bath; lodging, 50c. to 81;
meals, 25c, $4 per week; special rates to work
lngwomen for the summer; no trouble to show
rooms. MRS. ALLEN. Prop. a! 3 lm
SPECIAL NOTICES*. '
WATCHES
and Jewelry. UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17
N. Spring. ' m 23 3m
P~HYBIOAL DEVELOPMENT OF WOMEN -
Mrs. E. A. Pingree, room 11 Wilson block.
aie-lm* ,
BR BARK "AB3AYE," FROM NEWCASTLE,
New South Wales—l will not be responsible
lor any debts that may be contracted by crew
ot above-named vessel. D. M. RITCHIE, Mas
ter «18-7t
BR. SHIP "VANUUARA," FROM NEWCAB
-tle, New South Wales—l will not be respon
sible for any debts that may be contract'd by
crew of above - named vessel. RICHARD
BKINNER, Master. al6-7t
BR SHIP "OLD KENXINUTON,"'FROM
Newcastle, New South Wales—l will not be
responsible for any dobts that may be con
tracted by crew of above-named vessel. JOHN
H. JONES, Master. al6-7t
EALING THROUGH FAITH IS JKSUS—
The Rev. John Alex. Dowle and Mrs Dowie
will conduct a fourteen days' mission in Tem
perance Temple, cor. Fort and Temple at*., Los
Angeles, from Lord's Day, April 28th. Partlcu
lara of mission programme in future advertise
ments. "Christ is all." a2l 5t
ARCHITECTS.
3 and 4, Downey block, Los Angeles. m22tf
LOST AND FOUND.
THOROUGHLY
OFFICE, 17 N. Main st. Private entrance.
tu23 3m
STRAY ED~— 80KREL ~HORSE, 3 WHITE
feet and white face. Owner canapp'ySE.
cor. Eighth and San Pedro sts. aid
LOST— A SILVER CLASP BELT HUCKLE,
bet. 112 S. Fort st. and the Hotel Lincolu.
If returned to the Hkralu office reward will be
pild. al9 3*
WANTED-HELP.
11?' yOU NEED MONKY GOTO UNIO
OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Private entrance.
in 23 3m
WANTED— IF YOU WANT A COOK OR
help in the kitchen; also all kinds of la
bor or mechanics, call at Chief Cooks' head
quarters, 243 Los Angeles st., Jennett Block,
GEO. LACOL'R. al4-6m
WANTED—ffEAI.E HELP.
WANTED— A COO
corps, at once. Address F., Herald of
fice- a2llt*
WANTED— AN A-l TRANSIT - MAN FOR AN
engineering corps, at once. Address F.,
Hrrald office. a2l It*
WANTED—* EM ALE HELP.
PRIVATE
LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m
WANTED— A WOMAN TO WORK IN TAILOR
shop. Moaday, before 9 A, M., 222 West
Second stroet. a2l It*
WAN TED—nUENTS.
WANTED — A
right man. Apply 31 S. Fort st
ni2CmiStw-lm*
<li7X T0 *"-J5O A MONTH CAN~3E MADE
•35 i O working lor us. Agents preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business. Spare moments may be profitably
employed also. A few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON & CO., 1,009 Main st,
Richmond, Va. N. B.—Ladies employed also.
Never mind about sending stamp for reply
Come quick. Yours for biz. B. F. J. A Co.
WANTED 81TCATIT» NS— BIALE.
thoroughly conversant with the care of
horses and garden; private family preferred.
Address R. J 8., box 100, this office. al6-6t*
WANTSIB SITUATIONB—PEfRA LE.
WANTED— BY WIDOW
position to take entire charge of widow
er's or gentleman'shousehod; both thoroughly
domesticated, accomplished and accustomed to
teaching. Address B. 8., Box 80, Herald.
a2l 3t*
UA»ItU-iUIM;iiLLAflluO|iR,
WANTED -PICTURES T FRAMeTcHEAP-
est place at BURNS'. 411 8. Main st
W ANTE0—FOR CASH—ABOUT*"S ACRES
near Alhambra Ban Gabriel or Florence
depots. C B. W , Herald office. al7-7t*
WANTED— CHILDRENTO BO a'rFWtl****
country. For particulars oall at No. 32
Philadelphia St., or 1819 Carlisle st. alB 11*
WANTED— A LADY AND HUSBAND OR
two ladies to take the furnished kitchen
and give meals to people in the house wi*hing
to board. Rent very reasonable. As m*ny,
rooms can be had as needed. LANKERSHIM,
S, Spring. a2l It
FOR KU.«T -KUOinN. ~
ORRENT—
Norton Block, suitable for light housekeep
ing, cor. Seventh and Hill sts. a2l-lm
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOMS. FURNISHED
or unfurnished, $15; nice sunny rooms
If 12; iiood sleepiuji rooms, $6. $8. aud 810. all
including gas and bah. "This offer made for
oueweek." 8. Spring. «2l It
Tjioß RENT—IS FINE ROOMB7AT 312 N.
X Main st., fronting on two streets, very cheap;
also 1 store and large basement at 314 N. Main
st, fronting on two streets. Inquire at 238
Allso It al3tf
EOITuEAI —HOUSES.
Grand Avenno. Inquire at No. 35. nil lm'
OR renT~~~houBes AND MTORES —ALL
parts city; long list; can examine free. L.
A, RENTAL AGENCY, 1 N. Fort at. m2B lm*
OR~RENT—A IN
cludlng piano; 8 rooms; Dice garden all
round the bouse: reDt 855 per month. Apply
on the premises, 325 W. Eighth st. al9 3*
OR RENT—AT BANTA MONICA, OCEAN
aye., first-class iurnlshed cottage, 7 rooms,
all modern conveniences; alio house of 9 rooms,
fully furnished, fruit and flower?. Apply to M.
H. KIMBALL, Santa Monica. a2O 3t
FOR A^D^ROOMSii
OR~~RENT—A BIG, FINE sItoReTbEST
location. Shelving complete. Address H
KROEHER, Anaheim. a9-tf
EOR RE^VI'—ITIISCELLANEOCS.
1 old wluo to amount of 10,000 gallons. Ad
dress P. O box 302. a2l It*
tfOR RENT-UVERY STABLE, COR. HECOND
and San Pedio. luquire at office Depot R.
R. Co., cor. Second and Vine. a2l tf
FOR RUNT—THE NORWOOD, COR. SIXTH
and Hill, at $50 per mouth. Furniture tt :.
tor sale cheap. Apply on premises. MRS. Mc-
LEWiS alB-4*
IjlOR RENT-BuTIUING~IBxS4, SUITABLE
! for manuf tcturing purpose; can furnish
steam to parties desiring it. Apply to L. A. Soap
Co., 54 Banning st. al9 7*
W ANTED—A CHEAP BEE RANCH. HTATE
the terms, where located, what kind of
hive", and whether run to comb or extracted
honey. Address C. W., Herald office.
a2l It*
FOR SALE.
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring.
m 23 3m
OR SALE—S, 10, 20 and 100 acre tracts
with water stock Address H. KROEGER,
Anaheim. a'J-tf
ORBALS—JEWEI BY FIXTURES COSIING
$1,200 for 8400, aud a small stock of Jew
elry; must be sold at once at 304 N. Main st
a2l-3t*
IjlOK BALB—BY THB KXEOUTORB OF THB
! estate of Reml Nadean, that desirable
property on the southeast corner of Olive
and Fifth sts., fronting the City Park, having a
frontage of 90 feet on Olive aud 165 on Fifth.
Also, adjoining the above lot on Filth st,
67x120 feet. For prices apply to 8. B. CAS
WELL, Executor. m26-lm
sVOH SAI<E-<llty Property.
OR~TIAI^^ESn)E
or noir Klgueroa and Grand aye. a specialty.
E. J. VALENTINE, office Flgueroa and Brook
lyn. al9 7*
MALE—7,OOO RRjTaND BLUE GUM
P trees, pint s and other evergreens; 500
pslmo, roi-es, etc.. st lowest price. Call at
HOFFMAN'S NURSFRY, Washington Heights,
Alvarsdo at,, north of Temple; or address P. O.
Station D. a2l-«t*
IjiOß BALK—ONE OF THE FINEST BLOCKS
1 In South Pasadeoa, 320 {eet sqoare; plenty
of trees; water; 2 houses, barn, etc.; good loca
tion for physici' v or druggist; price cheap and
terms easy. For pirt'cn!ur<i address J. J.
BUKIII.KR. 143 X FwHt sr. , Los Angeles. a 2 lm
IJOR BALE OR ~K XCHaNGE-ONE OF THE
V fluebt bouses in Psstdeni; a residence of
12 rooms all mod ru improvements; lot con
taining X of an aero, covortil with fine fruit
anil shade trees, shrubbery ivr. Cost 817.000;
will sacrifice for cash, or will take from U to H
in good acreage or other property. Address
J. L. Box 346. Pasadena. a!7-7t
tost SALE—Country Property.
RAZING LANDS
lease 10.000 acres first-class grazing land
for the season for 8500. Will carry ovor 500
cattle. BIMI LAND AND WATER COMPAN V,
19 W. First st m24-lm
OB BALE-COUNTRY BTORIC BOiNG A
good business and located in one of the
thriftiest raisin growing districts in San Diego
county, cheap and on easy terms; reason for
selling liven on application. Address A. J.
CAMPBELL, Debtsla, San Diego county, Cal.
a2l-7t
HK NEW HALL LA vr>~AND>ARMING CO.
offer for sale farming, fruit aud grazing
lands in lots to suit. Horses and mules for all
purposes. Stallions and jscks for breeding.
Cattle, hay and grain. For information, terms,
etc , apply at or address the company's offices
in San Francisoo—New jsll—Las Angele*.
n2l lm
SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 21, 1889.
to exoharue.
okance lor diamonds and jewelry. UNION
LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. m 23 3m
0 EXC HANGE—THE BEST SANTA ANA
and Sin Fernando Valley lands for flrat
oiass Eastern city or farm property. Address
owner, room ti. Allen block, Los Angeles.
aia tf
WANTED— STOCKS. OF MERCHANDISE OF
any kind in exchange for good, clear lots
and acres. Will pay some cash. Communica
tions confidential. Address, 0., Box 80, this
office. m 24
AI4FORN!A AND EASTERN PROPERTY
to exchange. T. B. McDONALD, rooms 8
a"d 9 new Wilson building, corner Sprlnsr and
First era. m22tf
BUSINESS CHANCES
ol work; on account of other business will
sell cheap. Inquire at plane of business, Ban
Gabriel, of MICHEL ST. PAUL. a2O 8*
riNANCIAE.
oughly reliable. UNION LOAN OFFICE,
17 N. Spring Private entrance. m 23 3m
MONET TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. F.C.
ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. a2tf
MONEY TO~MJAN~iN ANY BUm7~OORKKR
& LAYNG, l(i B. Spring Bt. m3l lm
MONEY TO LOAN IN BUMB TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 16 8. Spring tt. m3O lm
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY BUMS TO SUIT.
J. M. FORNEY, 18 8. Fort «t. a 2 lm*
ONEY TcTIOAN ON IMPROVED PBOP
erty. POMEROY & GATES, 16 Court St.
alStf
(H* Kl\ I \t\i\ TO LEND IN BUMB TO SUrfi
JSOW.UUU R. W. POINDEXTER. 19 W.
MrM m 27 lm
BUMB FROM »1.000
to 810.000. W. R. BURKE, 55 N. Spring.
s!9lm
ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE. _ MOR
TIMER A HARRIS, attorneys-at-law. 78
Temple block. m 22tf
MONEY TO LOAN-IN BUMS TO SUIT, ON
gilt edsed security. W. S. WATERS,
room 2,117 New High st. alOtf
OLLATBRAL TO~~ LOAN MONEY ON.
UNION LOAN OFFICE, 17 N. Spring. Pri
vate entrance. m 23 3m
ffil Uft AAA TO LOAN — A J. VIELE,
JBIUUjUUU room 1, Wilson block, cor.
First snd 3prlng m3otf
(•I AAA AAATO LOAN ON REAL EB
-«IjyVV»VV" tato. SECURITY SAVINGS
BANK, 40 S. Matu hi. al7 tf
TTO BRODTBECK, ROOMS 20~ANb 21,
Schumacher block. No. 7 N. Spring at
Money to liau on Improved city properly. s2ltf
ONEY TO LOAN — ON~ FIRST- CLASS
mortgages. Apply to JOHN MILNER,
Room 9, Bsker Block, Los Angeles. a9tf
ONEY TO LOAN ON PIANOS'~AND
organs witbont removal, collateral and
pergonal property of all kinds. Addrers P. O.
box 156, city. mil-Ira"
*iaa to •00,000 to loan at bjeasjonA'
ble rates. LOS ANGELES REAL ES
TATE AND FINANCIAL AGENCY, J. 0.
FLOURNOY, N. Fort st. a 6 lm
RAWFORD & McCRKERY, ROOM 10, OVER
Los Angeles National Bank. Loan f5O to
9,000. Short term loans a specialty. Buy
notes, mortgages and contracts. a2otf
O LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $25 TO
$1000 on real eetate, notes, mortgages,
plauos, collateral, and personal property of all
kinds. E. L. BUCK, rooms 31 and 32,W1150n
block. al9tf
T0 LOAN-W. 8. WIL-
W.yVU.yVy LIAMB, attorney-at-law,
Sale Deposit building, cor. Temple snd New
High sts., Los Angeles, agent for San Francisco
and Eastern capitalists. astf
ONEYTOLOAN—SAVE RENT, JOIN THB
Home Building Association. Build your
self a homo and pay for it on the installment
Elan. For information apply to M. C. WEST-'
ROOK, Secretary, room 87, PhllUps block,
Spring St. ml 0 5m
LOAN ~JN ANY DEBTrED
ill » mount on Improved city and country real
estate. Collateral or commercial paper at cur
rent rates. Stocks, bonds and other securities
bought and sold on commission. NKUST.\DT
A PIRTLE, 10 8. Fort. Will move May Ist to
Burdick building. Second and Spring sts. A3 lm
EXCURSIONS.
LEAVE Loi
Angeles every Wednesday; Pullman
tourist cam, fully equipped, to Omaha and
Kansas City. Call or address JOHN CLARK,
51N. Spring st. m2B lm
fjUBST TRANSCONTINENTAL XXCUB4ION,
P under auspices Y. M. C. A., personally con
ducted by General Secretary, leaves Los Ange
les April 2'2d Excursion to Paris Exposition
May Ist. Call or address J. A. GRANGER, 17
N. Spring St. m2O-lm
AND WEST, SKMl
montbly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas
City and Chicago. FREE sleeping accommoda
tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply
ho WARN2R BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An
geles. |al2tf
ENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions will leave Los
Angoles every Tuesday. Pullman tourist cars
elegantly equipped. Call on or addres, F. W.
THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st. a3-tl
TO ALL
points East Through Pullman tourist
cars to Boston via Chicago, Our next parties
leave Los Angeles April 3d and 17th, May Ist
15th and 29th. For tickets, berths, aud further
information, address L. M. WALTERS, 19 N.
Spring St., or 51 N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
m 26
SBLECT EXCUK-
Pi sions, personally conducted, with through
Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars completely
Kiuipped from Los Angeles to Boston and New
Yoi k City without change. Next parties leave
April 101 h and 24th, May Bth and 22d, June
sth and 19th. For tickets, berths and further
information, call on or address A. PHILLIPS &
CO., 44 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles, Cal. m27-tf
XOURBIONS TO ALL
points East, via Salt
Lake City and Denver,
(spending Sunday in Salt
Lake City,) leave April 11th,
25th, May 9th, 23d. Pull
man tourist cars completely
equipped. Call upon or au-
J dress J. B. Quigley, agent,
street, alO-tf
yOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY-THROUGH
O excursions to New York, Boston and Phila
delphia. Fullman'snew tourist cars with ladies
dressing room and lavatory; stoves with im
proved neaters for making tea and coffee; com
plete Pullman's equipment of bedding, in
cluding bed linen, toilet accessories, etc;
uniformed colored porters; 8. P. Co.'s party
managers go through to New Orleans, thence
to Boston and Philadelphia. But one change of
cars (in Union Depot) at Cinicnnatl. Tbe
Sunset and Queen and Crescent Route through
the rich and historic South, Meridian, Blr
mlngham, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, etc
Quick time, direct connections. Excursions
leave Los Angeles March 28th; April llth;May
2d, 16th and 30th; June 13tb snd 27th; Jnly
11th, 1889. For further particulars call on
or write any of the agencies of the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC COMPANY in Southern California,
orC. F.SMURR, Assistant General Passenger
Agent Southern Pacific Company, No. 202 N.
Main st.. Los Angeles, OaL a! 3 5m
HOmEOJPATHISVS.
EA. OLARKB, M. D., OFFICE AND RE3I
. dence, 24 8. Spring st, Honrs Ito A r. *-
Telephone 358. al»
RB. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE, 37 N.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M , 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 r. M. Dr. Boynton's
residence, 736 OUve st. m!9tf
I-BAAO-FBLLOWB, M. D.—HOMEOPATHIBT
Office Honrs—ll to 13 A. St., 2to 5 r. X,
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Augeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main
street, a»-t>.
SB. SALISBURY, M. D. HOM(R PATBTBT.
. Offloe, rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block, cor.
First and Spring sts. Residence, 638 8. Pearl
st. Office hours, 11 A. v. to Br. M. Telephone
Nos.: Offloe 5971 residence 677. m24tl
ATTORNEYS.
Sv. and counsel
. or-at-Law. Office, over Los Angeles Na
tional Bank, oor. First aud Spring sts. alltl
ALTER 6 AL
len block, oor. Spring and Temple ata.ml4tf
k B. HOTCHKIisT ATTORNRYr ROOMS 8
A. and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New
High and Temple sts. a!7tt
EDUCATIONAL.
HARVARD
ncr Sixth and Hill sts., opposite postoDice.
mBl-tf
fIIHE LOS ANGELES CO^SERV
' . M . u ?i?' No - 406 8- Main st. MRS. EMILY
i 3. VA LKNTINE, President.
NELLIE I. BOYNTON, VOOAL TEACHEK
voice building taught fmm a purely scieu
tilio basis. Room 0, P. O. block. Fort St. A3 lm*
' S T I * ATT ?!W>S HALL.«AH KATBO, OAL.
i tp, * c l. h ' lrcu School for boys; 23rd year. REV.
ALFRED LEE BREWER. M. A., Principal.
f!9-2m*
1 "WIGHT SCHOOL—LOB ANGEIjBS
i tJ L< i u Ps° and Unghjsh Training Sohool. 38
4 ?^J1 42 a M »Jn.«t-. "oar Second. D. B. WIL
LIAMa. Prln. atßtf
LOS ANBXW' BUSINESS" COLLEGK AND
English Training Sohool, 38, 40 and 42 8.
Main st., nesr Second. Experienced teachers;
complete courses of study. Day and evening
swsibns^)). B. WILLIAMS, Prfn. J 80t
CJT. HILDA'S HALL OF GLBNDALE - A
X) Boarding and Day School for Girls, at Glen
aalo. Accommodates 100 pupils. Full corps of
teachers. For ciroulars api)ly at school, or
city office 75 North Spring street.
REV. THoS. W. RASKINS, Acting Reotor.
m27-tf
WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AND—
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal
SESSIONS DAY AND KVENINO.
For particulars, call at office or address.
s2O-lv F. C. WOODBURY. Pnlnclpal.
BEMC LAR PHYSICI AN nl
EA.
. tariura, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891- a 1-U
DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST
Office 25 North Main 8t Office Honrs. 9a.
si. to 4 r. M, altf-dAw
DB. CHAS. DE 6ZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 S. Main st. Tele. 1,056. tf
DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSTCIAN 818
-ters' Hospital; 7VJ N, Main St., rooms 1, 2
and 3. Telephone 116. m27ti
AS. LANGLEY, ELECTRIC PHYBICIAIT
i cor. Second and Los Angeles sts. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. m3O lm
DR. 0. K. CLACIUB HAS RKMOVEO HIS
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AROUND THE CITY.
The Flower Festival Still
Drawing Crowds.
THE TABLE AUK FOR TO-MOREOW.
Miss Minnie Jones Dies from Her
Barns, Caused by a Coal Oil
Explosion.
The Flower Festival continues to at
tract large crowds of visitors, and to
morrow night enters upon its second
week, which it is expected will prove
more successful than the first. Last
night the crowd was unusually large,
and the booths did a big business, es -
pecially those at which refreshments
are to be obtained. The programme of
music was excellently rendered by the
Seventh Regiment Band, and opened
with the Flower Festival March by W.F.
McCoy. The ladies in charge of the
various booths were untiring in their ef
forts to make the evening pass pleas
antly, and if the Festival this year falls
short of that ef former years, it will not
be their fault.
The managers of the free Kindergarten
are taking an active part in the Flower
Festival, expecting to share in the sur
plus after the pressing demands of the
Home are met.
The Kindergarten children are brought
to the Pavilion every afternoon, where a
two hour session is held in the room in
the rear of the Kindergarten Booth. It
was deemed wise to bring tbe work to
the notice of the people in this way, from
the fact that the school which is located
on Sansevain street, near the river, is
not easy of access, and only persons
already interested or who have some
understanding of the aims and methods
of the Kindergarten, will take the trouble
to visit it.
Owing to lack of room and expense of
conveyance only part of the children are
brought to the Pavilion, but the school
enrolls regularly about fifty pupils, from
3 to 6 years of age, and these from the
needy classes. This work is not as is so
often supposed, carried on just to keep
the children off the street and entertain
them a part of the day. It does this to
be sure; but it goes much further; it
has an educational value which is being
recognized by the leading educators of
the day, and statistics show that the
well trained kindergarten child enters
tbe primary school much better prepared
and does the first year's work in a much
shorter time than that required by the
child coming directly from the home.
TO-UOKROW NIGHT'S TABLEAUX.
Visitors to the Flower Festival to-mor
row evening will witness the labors of
many weeks of artistic preparation.
Picturesque living representations of
quaint historic legends will delight the
eye and please the imagination.
The first lifting of the curtain will dis
close a scene of Oriental splendor. The
story goes that the lovely Princess Lalla
Rookh travels from her native Delhi,
undes charge of the Chamberlain Fadla
deen, to become the bride of the great
Burcharian King. To beguile the ted
iousnessof the journey Feramorz,a young
and handsome poet (with whom Lalla
Rookh falls in love, and who by the way
is the great King himself in disguise),
recites several agreeable stories. The
main scene shows the parting of the
travelers by the banks of the
River of Stars, the imperial barge bear
ing Lalla Rookh and Faramorz and other
boats, with the chamberlain and ladies
of honor, as the handsome poet says.
Three successive inner tableaux appear,
each illustrating the most striking char
acter of one of the stories related.
First, "The Veiled Prophet of Khor
atsan," with his Medusa-like face, de
stroys the fair Zelica and her lovely
Azim. Next follows the "Death of
Hinda," and lastly, varying a little the
order observed by Moore, comes "Para
dise and the Peri."
The second withdrawal of the curtain
discovers a familiar picture of German
chivalry. This legend is that as Elsa,
mistress of the castle and valley of
Schwanetein, was one day standing upon
the parapet of the Schloss, gazing far ]
into the valley, she observed a snow
white swan gracefully sailing over the
water, drawing a golden boat containing ,
a handsome knight fast asleep. The
knight awoke and greeted the princess
in such a friendly manner as to win her .
confidence and regard, and she invokes
hie protection against her enemies, in
cluding more especially her wicked uncle
Frederick. The Emperor commanded ■
the uncle to do battle with any champion
the young lady could procure. The day ;
of trial brings Lohengrin, "The i
Swan Knight," who slays the ,
uncle and weds the neice. Lohen- ,
grin charges Elsa that any dis
closure of his identity or of whence he
came, will terminate their happiness, ;
for three pictures are reproduced. Lo
hengrin's arrival in answer .to Elsa's
prayer, the procession to the minster,
and a scene where Elsa loses her knight.
Her curiosity proves fatal to her happi
ness. The swan boat has come to carry
off the knight. Lohengrin bids his lady
farewell, and prays, as a reward for his
faithfulness, that Elsa's brother, who is
nnder an enchantment, may be released.
Hia prayer is answered, and a descend
ing dove delivers the magic chains to
Lohengrin, who casts them into the river
and restores the young Prince to his
father and sister.
The third tableau is taken frem Ten
nyson's "Idylls of the King." Only a
man of perfect life can acquire the gift of
the Holy Qrail. The picture is of Sir
Galahad receiving consecration for hia
pilgrimage. At the close appear the an
gel guardians of the sacred cup. King
Arthur, Queen Guinevere, high church
dignitaries and courtiers, give courtly
grandeur and pomp, while a vesper
hymn, by a chorus under the direction
of Professor Wilhartitz, adds the charm
of music.
Picture number four is drawn from the
lands of the north. Thor, the God of
Thunder and Darkness, attacks the home
of the Snow Maid, but happily succumbs
to her weapons of song and light. The
giant, fur-clad form of the Norseman's
deity shows off in flue contrast with the
snowy brightness of the lovely fairies
and maids.
The final view is Italian. Venice is
gey with carnival rejoicings. Flower
girls scatter blossoms among the crowds,
while the superb ceremonies of the
espousals of the Doge, representing the
city with the queenly Adriatic personi
FIVE CENTS.
fled by a beautiful virgin is gone through
with, closing with the casting of the
virgin from the Ducal ship of state into
the resplendent water. An appropriate
selection entitled "Deck We the Path
way,'- by Prof. Wilhartitz'a chorus,
winds up the fifth and last vision and
wakes the dazzled on-lookers from their
reveries.
Among the many ladies and gentlemen
who take part in the tableaux are Mrs.
fanning, Mrs. Paris, Miss Nettie Palmer,
Miiis Mattie Widney, Miss Paris, Miss
Lulu Kimball, Miss Connell, Miss Mac
Kussell, Miss Isabel Seputveda, the
Misses Newton, Bimons and Williams
Miss Ilolcomb, Messrs. T. Rowan, Johu
R. Carter, Jas. H. Ken.M. Morrill, Pern
Johnson, Geo. I. Cochran, A. B. Whitney
May and Belle Wiley, Gertrude Connell
and others. Mrs. Hillman has the man
agement of the department.
STABBED KIB WIFE.
Frank Toal Again Adds to Hia
Record.
Frank Toal committed another assault
upon his wife last night, and when he
had finished he left six wounds which he
had inflicted with a small knife. Toal
was once sentenced to five years' impris
onment for nearly murdering his wife,
but at the end of three years he was par
doned for some reason unexplainable.
Since his return to his family he has
made life a burden for his wife, but she
takes all the abuse she pleases to inflict
upon her, and never complains. Scarcely
a month has passed by but some
one has carried word to the po
lice station that Toal had beaten
his wife. Then he was arrested,
but hiß wife invariably refused to testify
against him. Last night about 5 o'clock
he drove home in a half drunken condi
tion, and when he reached the front of
the house, called out to his wife to come
out and unhitch the horse. She was
busy and called back that she guessed
he was able to do it himself. A few
minutes afterward he drove her out of
the house into the yard and then
stabbed her six times with a pen
knife. He then left her and obtained
a hatchet with which he was just about
to strike her when the young son of the
couple interfered. This drew Toai's wrath
upon the boy and he chased him with
the hatchet. The boy managed to escape
and went to the Police Station, where he
told what had happened. The patrol
wagon was sent after Mrs. Toal and
officers were despatched after Toal.
Dr. Wing dressed Mrs. Toal'e
wounds, four of which were on her
face, one over her heart and one over
the right shoulder, none of them danger
ous. She hinted that the cause of his
brutality was jealousy, and seemed in
clined to refuse to prosecute him. She
was afraid to go home, however, until
after he was arrested, and staid at the
prison all night with her young son. One
of the cuts was across her nose, slitting
it to its base, another ran sev
eral inches along the side of
her face, and the one on her shoulder
showed where the knife had been
etapped by the bone. The one in her
left breast was about an inch deep, and
showed by its narrowness that the knife
was not very large. While Dr. Wing
stitched up the wounds she never moved
a muscle, and bore the pain without a
murmur.
This case shows the necessity for a re
ceiving hospital. Mrs. Toal was taken
into the only room at the station where
there was room enough to attend to her
injuries. In this room there were
eight or ten men who work in the chain
gang, and they stood around and
watched the operation with great inter
est. There was no police matron on
band either, although one was appointed
some time since, and when clean clothes
arrived to replace those which she had
on, which were covered with blood,
there was no one present to assist her.
There was no place for her to stay in the
prison except in a small closet off from
the cell above mentioned, and in that
place, which was not fit for a wounded
parson, she was made as comfortable as
passible. Toal had not been arrested up
to a late hour.
DIED FKOM HER BURNS,
A Case Where the Coroner was
Not called In.
In spite of the thousands of cases
which have been published in the news
papers of women who have met with
horrible deaths by attempting to light
fires with kerosene oil, there appear to
be plenty remaining whom nothing but
experience can teach.
One of these was Annie Jones, who
was buried yesterday from the residence
of Mrs. De Garmo, at the corner of Oak
and Locust streets. Her death, which
took place place Friday evening, resulted
from burns received in making the at
tempt described above.
Annie was a girl of about 22 years of
age snd had been living at Mrs. De.
Garmo's several months rather in the
capacity of a companion than that of a
servant. She was an intelligent and ap
parently a well informed person.
Wednesday afternoon she was at work
alone in the kitchen, and she noticed
that the fire was getting very low. It was
not out, however. She took up a half-gal
lon can in which there was a small amount
of kerosene and began to pour oil upon
the fire. Mrs. DeGormo.who was in the
next room, heard a report like that of a
revolver followed by piercing screams.
The can had exploded and had thrown
the blazing oil all over the unfortunate
woman's clothes. Even then had she
remained still her life might have been
spared, for a gentleman who was in the
house, and who seems to have instantly
divined what had happened caught
up a comforter from a bed and
ran to the girl's assistance. But she,
crazed with terror, ran out in the yard
and down the road, her clothes blazing
more fiercely as she ran. The man with
the comforter presently overtook her, and
succeeded in wrapping it about her body
and extinguishing the flames.
The girl was carried back to the house
and physicians were sumiii'.>ned. It was
found that, although her face and neck
had for the most part escaped
injury, her arms and body were
burned in a most horrible manner.
She lingered for about forty-eight hours,
enduring tortures which cannot be de
scribed, aud died Friday evening. The
physicians who had the case in charge
reported that death was due to shock,
1 resulting from burns, yet no inquest was
held for some reason.
> During a few moments of conscious
ness after the accident, Annie said to
> Mrs. De Garmo, "I don't see ho w I came
to do such a foolish thing. I knew bet
, ter. Why did Ido it?"
' The girl has been living in tbe city
i about a year, coming here from Lincoln,
' Neb.

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