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THE COUNTY SC HOOL FUND.
tho First Quarterly Appor tionment Made. fJuo B isis of the Assignment of tbe Teachers. I lac IMsirlct*, the etauuttr, the JLl'irary I'tUlll. mid tl.n Xotuls. Sun Sj>- ,-. al Kan.'!.. W. W. Senmftn, county superinten ii-utof schools, furnishes the following itatemont: Tits rirpt quarterly apportionment of rtinnly school funds for the year ending Ju-:e (ft), 1894. has been made in ac cfrdam c *fitb the provisions of sections 17)8 and 1858 oi the political code. One '.HAcher is assigned each district tor every 70 cen?ns children, or fraction thereof, not than 20, and the sum of ?".'. r io id apportioned for each teacher so assigned. Total number of teachers as "iirned, 429; total amount apportioned, !10?.,260. The onportionment iB ac follows: I'll I rm./KirT. ; i j 1 P Alameda Ijp - 450 00*50 00 ! * 500 00 Alnamhm I !'5(> 00 50 00| 1,000 00 Alo>tu ! 2117 501 I8 60 SAO 00 Arte ia 71>50 K7 tO| 75" 00 Azil'a 1.800 00! 50 00 i.saooo AzustUity ! 7o>uo ao on. T o oo Ii ividcre I 836 CO, 25 o<- . 2M> 00 hlooatfleld I 895 00 35 0: sfto 00 (Jalauataa 225 (Mil "5" 250 00 Cahue-lga 4*0 001 AO 00; 800 00 Caatalp 830 Oo 20 00 850 00 Caialtna 225 00 28 on 250 oo Corntos 225 (lo! 25 00 250 00 cieuega 225 oo; 85 uo , 860 to Clatemont 257 50! 12 50 250 00 Clear ater 475 00 25 00 503 00 coldwaier > 225 00: 2ft 0(1 850 00 Compton Cliy... 050 00, 50 00 1,000 00 unaeanta 225 ooj 25 00 '-so 00 Del Norte 237 50 la 80 9S0 00 [iel Bur , 2/5 00 25 00 2">0 OO Downey 950 110 ftO 00 1,000 00 Duarte Too Ol>j 50 to 750 00 JiagleRouk 237 5(1! 12 50 250 00 KlizabeihLaka.. B97 60 12*0 250 00 Bl Monte 475 00 25 00 500 01) But. rpriso I 237 50! 1250 2000 Jivergreeu 700 00 50 OO 750 OK Fairmont Oll t 25 00 250 00 Farmdale 225 00! 20 00 250 00 Felton 235 00 J5 00 250 00 Florence 237 50; 1280 250 OO Fruitland 225 CO 25 00 250 0;> umliaiia -i'S O n Oft on 500 00 (lardorla!! 237 50! 12 50 250 00 (i eudale 450 00 50 00 500 00 GliTdurn TOO 00 50 00 780 00 Orein Meadows 38A 00 15 00 SOO «0 Hm-i. <>ny 4hO 00 40 0 5<>J 00 HatnlJ 255 00 25 Ot- 250 00 IlishiaadPark.. 700 00 5rt or 750 00 lloiva d 237 50- 12 50! SAO 00 Hudson ..... 225 OOI 25 (O l»5U 00 Hyde i'ark i 237 50l 12 50 250 00 lugenood 237 50 12 AO 850(10 ivauhoe 237 501 12 50 800 00 laBil'lona 475 Oo' 25 00 5IH) 00 laianada. 237 50! 1250 260 00 I.a lli.w 237 50 12 50. 250 00 1.4 Llobra 357 60 18 50 250 00 l.,.n»i..iii Pari; . 23.' 51), I8 60 08(1 OO Li puento 237. 50! 12 AO 25000 l-.iCiiter 387 50 12 50 250.00 Uuaer»hhn 22A 00: 25 00 350 00 Lie Virgines ... 475 001 25 00 0 0 00 Laurel 2''ft Ou 25 00 250 oO Lemon I 225 00 25 00, 8.10 00 Lincoln 225 oo 1 25011. 25000 Utile Like 475 00; 25 00 500 00 Llama 237 AOI 12 50 250 00 l ung Beach City 731 «5 18 75' 750 00 Loi Auo.les : 40,100 OO 650 OU 46,750 00 Los Foil* i 230 OO 20 00! 250 00 JnjNieios 450(H) AO 00 61)0 00 Lugo 2t- 00 25 00 2 0 00 Monrovia Cliy.. 050 00 soon 1,0'K) • 0 Morulngtide.... 23T 50 13 60 250 00 Mountain View 2'5 00 25 00 ! 250 1.0 Mud i prings 225 1 O 25 On. 250 00 Newhal 450 00| 50 OO 1 500 00 Hew Klvor 225 00 25 00 250 00 Norwalk 700 001 ,-.0 00 7ftO uo Ocean 826 00 25 0"! 250 00 Old River 225 00 25 0O : 250 00 Pa olma 225 00 25 00' 840 00 Palmlae 8*7 50 12 50, 250 00 Palomirof 450 00 so 00 500 00 »aiadena City 6,450 Ot 50 00! 6,500 00 Pico 2iA OO 25 00 250 00 Pomona City ... 3.0S0 50 50 00 4,000 00 Prairie Provideiicio. ... 476 00 25 00 500 00 Ranchl'0 450 00 50 00! 500 00 RedondO 950 0 ) 50 00 1,01)0 00 Rivera 450 OU 50 On 500 00 Rosednle 2,700 OU 50 00 2,750 00 Rowland.. . 70'■ 0(1 50 Oil 750 00 nan Antonio.... 2 7 5. 18 8© 250 Oat Han Diinaa 1 225 - 0 28 00 250 00 San Fernando . , 45(1 OO 80 Ooi 500 00 B u FraucisiiUlto »k7 Sffi 12 50 250 00 Han (tabrlol 70(100 5U Ol)! 750 00 Han Jose, 237 51 12 50! 250 00 San Pedro 1,20 1 00! 'o 00! 1,250 00 Santa Anita. 450 Oo! 5000 500 00 sa-ita Suzauiia. 2 17 ftol 12 50 250 00 Savannah . .. 237 50 12 50 1 280 00 So id»d 12 > 00 25 00: 250 00 81'utit Putadom. Citv 731 25 IS 75 750 (>0 Sulphur 8jriu t . 225 (10 25 00 850 00 'lujautu.... 23750 [3 so »**> 00 T'-junga 225 00 25 (HI 250 00 The Palms 45O0O 50 00 100 00 The Pass 237 50 12 50 860 00 Town of Santa M mica 1,950 00 50 OO 2,(100 00 Tn.nlco. 476 00 25 00 50(100 University 9 0 00 50 oo 1,000 00 Vernon 700 00 60 00 7 50 00 Vinedale 88125 1X 75 250 00 Viueiand... 225 00 25 00 2)0 00 We t (i endale . 225 00 25 00 250 00 West Vernon.. 700 001 50 00 750 00 Wila.lnglou 700 00! 50 00 750 UO AUmiMa : A (nam bra Alottu ! Arte la Azu<-a ft zusi Uity i Il-lv.i'ltTe I IfloOinfleltt ' (J tliiljataa < t'aliuonga I Cai>talc CkVallna Corritos Ck-ueea Clau-moa t Clear ater firtltliThier. * Compton <Hiy... \;iQSCKtita Del Norte D«l Bur Doviify Duarte >.at;lu Rock Elizabeih Luke.. Kl Monto But. rpriso h-vergreen Fairmont I KaTJidale. 1 Felton Kiorenoe FruiTUnd rm. .k:ct. AI'I'dtTIONMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS. The loilowing school districts have voted special taxes, and the amounts re ported to tbe county superintendent's office are as follows: ToClaremont 9 336 81 To Gallaun 1,041! 77 To Cardena J73 72 To I (tiewood . 2107 4V To Ltinlcershim (thoToluca) 422 *>1 To Honitiigside : 321 3D To I'oniouH City 2,707 13 To* Sun la Anita 903 48 Tj Town of Santa Monica 979 oil Total • $7,108.90 | HIGH SCHOOL FUNDS. To Citrus Union High School fnnd C 2.984 04 To City ol Monrovia High School luud...; : 949 78 To Town of Santa Monica High *>< hool fund 2.285 S3 I.i I'usadena City llighSchool tund.. 3,724 71 Total $9,944.00 JUDGE SHAW SUSTAINED. Upheld by tho Supremo Ooart In Barker v,. Alaskell. The following opinion, affirming the decision of Judge Bhaw in the cas9 of 0. .1. Barker et al. vs. John Maskell et al., an action to foreclose upon the security of a promissory note, was re ceived yeßterday from the supreme court for filing in this city. The opinion says : "We think it suffi ciently appears from the complaint that the note waß given for tbe purchase price of tho property mortgaged, and therefore t,j« mortgage is one to secure tha purchase money of t! - e articles mortgaged, and is valid under section ol the civil code. ' Hut even if it should be conceded that the complaint is ambiguous and fails to show that the mortgage was Ifivan (or the purpose of securing the pttrcba c price of the property therein o-sscribed. still the mortgage is valid as between the parties to it, and the com plaint states a good cause of action from eilber point of view. "There was no error in overruling the demurrer." Smith's Dsndraff Fnraade Cures daudruff any stops falling hair; never fails. At Oft' A Vaughn's, drng osts, Fourth and Spring streets. LIBRARY DIRECTORS. Increase In Doninnd fur Hooka—Hart r .. ii,u. . Needed. The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the library was held yesterday at the usual time, there being present Directors Hamilton, Howard, Spalding aud Dobinson. The'librnrian reported that the ctrcu 'atinn of books for the month of December was 32,058 volumes ;|the mem bership wes increased 347 and now num bers 14,004 active members. The numoer ol volumes in the library is 36,817. It was resolved to go ahead at once with the printing of the new fiction list end to fHI tho same for 10 cents per copy. It wan further reported tbat all routine work was falling behind on acco'tnt of the whole force having to be on duty nt the delivery desk to wait upon the crowd ol people that increases day by day, while the preaent force of|the i.hrary is smaller than at this time last year, and the necessity for more room was pointed out and a committee in structed to invite the members of tbe city council to inspect the crowded rooms with a view of asking an allow ance ior delivery stations in different portions of the city, which would lessen the crowd at tbe main library and be a saving of time and expense to tbe book borrower. Tbe finance committee reported hav ing examined and approved hills to the amount of $849.48, which were ordered I paid. A QUEER FORGERY CASE. STREET DEPARTMENT WARRANT PAID TO THE WRONG MAN. John Nichols Impersonated by a Man Who (lot His Money—No Clue Yet Obtained to the Forger. A very daring forgery was committed Thursday morning in the city treasurer's office. It was brought to light yesterday morning when John Nichols, a laborer in the street department went into City Auditor Teale's office and asked for his demand. Mr. Teale eaid that the demand bad been given out. Mr. Nichols eaid that he had not asked for it. Some conversation ensued, in which it became apparent tbat the demand, which was for December aud amounted to $52, had been given out. Investigation resulted in the ascer -1 tainment of the fact tbat the demand ] had been given to some one. ] Street Superintendent Watson waa called down and he identified Mr. Nich | ols. The original Mr. Nichols has worked i for tbe street department since Janu- I ary, 1803. He tias presented his demands regu larly during tbe montbß tbat he has I worked for the street department. I The idea of a forgery did not meet the j ideas of the city officials, so many peo- I pie had obtained their demands during i the last few days, until Mr. Nichols bad [ presented himself. Then the detective \ force of the city was invoked. The man who obtained the demand i went immediately into tbe treasurer's office. There he found Mr. W. A. Hart well, deputy city treasurer. The man was asked if be was tbe par ticular Mr. Nicholß mentioned in the demand, and he Baid that he was.. He wae asked to make his signature, which he did. In the many demands presented Mr. Hartwell did not distinguish that this particular one was a forgery, and paid him the money. The man who obtained tbe December salary of the genuine Nichols, did not hesitate but took it and disappeared. Since that time be has not been seen, and it ia not believed on account of tbe slight clue that he will be found. Mr. Hartwell says that he does not think he could identify him. Mr. Teale said, in response toinquirieß from newspaper men, that nothing bad happened in his office. The detective force of the city police department was at once put ou the track, but there are so few clueß that j they do not believe they can locate the I forger. Mr. Nichols was at work yesterday on Hill street, and when he was seen by a reporter he said he could not say wheth er any one had been, discharged recently or not. He waa at work at Westlake park the day the demand waa presented, and does not seem to realize what it is that has been done, wondering whether he I will lose his money. Very little information could be ob tained from the authorities about the matter. THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. I'roceadlngs of the Board of Direc tors Yesterday. The board of directors ot the chamber of commerce met yesterday afternoon. There were present "Directors Fraeman, McGarvin, Breed, Parsons, Klokke, Grail', Hazard, IMwards, Severance, Lankershim and Jones. In the matter of the appointment of delegates to the Tranamississippi con gress, tbe pieeident was requested to report at some future meeting the names of members of the chamber who were likely to go to San Francisco about that time. The date of tbe congress is Feb ruary 13th, and tbe chamber ia entitled to four delegates. The banquet committee reported pro gress, stating that no decision had been reached aa to tbe location. A communication was read from tbe board of supervieors announcing that the appropriation for $25 per month for the exhibit in the Btate board of trade in San Francisco would be discontinued from January lat. The matter wae re ferred to a committee consisting of Messrs. Freeman, Hazard and the secre tary. The secretary waa instructed to send out notices to all the members of the annual election to be held next Wednes day. The building committee reported through its chairman, Major E. W. Joneß, that the committee was desirous of learning of suitable locations ior the chamber, ahd would gladly confer with any people who expect to build within the next few montha with a view to arranging for permanent quarters. The application of J. H. Slauson for membership in the chamber, signed by Charles Silent and indorsed by the com mittee on membership, was read, and .Mr. Slauson waß elected to member ship. li.c board then on motion adjourned. LO& AINGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1894. COMOSEY IS UNDER A CLOUD. An Ex - Policeman's Shady . Transactions. He Is Said to B« a (Jonfl lence and Bun jo Sharper. The "Swlss-ltallam" Who In ftearch liig for an Operator Flaecea an Already In jured Man. Ex-Policeman Jerry Comoeey, it is claimed by tbe police, baß turned out to be a vary clever confidence aud bunco sharper. Some ol his latest crimes are enough to make tin? oldest confidence man grow green with envy. Jerry is well known in this city. He joined tbe police force in 1886, and wore & star several years. He was of Swiss nativity and Italian parents. He spoke both languages, as well as the Knglisb, very fluently, and was often called a handsome policeman—a rare sight in deed. He is about 5 feet 9 inches in height, weight 175 pounds, 32 or S3 years of age; black hair and mustache, and brown eyes. Comosey, wbose name originally wae Comozzi, went to San Jose after leaving here and got on the police force in tbe garden city in a very few weeks. In tbat city his reputation is said to have been very unsavory, as he managed to fleece many Italians. He returned to this city and engaged in some very shady transactions, if re ports be true. It is thought by the police that he was an accomplice of the Italian Ventura who buncoed Tonino Silvia out of $300 several weeks ago. Ventura gained tbe confidence of Silvia while staying at the Swiss house. corner Ord aud Buena Vista streets. Ventura in duced hie newly-made friend to visit Santa Monica with him, where he rep resented tbat he owned considerable property. On this misrepresentation he induced Silvia to advance him $300 on a large check which turned out to be utterly worthless. Comosey feigned ignorance of Ven tura's acts and after Silvia had been robbed made himself conspicuous in his alleged efforts to aid Silvia in ap prehending the bunco man, who was never caught. It is now claimed by the police tbat Comosey was a partner of Ventura in tbe crime. It baß been shown that Comosey secnred $40 or $50 from Silvia on the ground tbat tbe police wanted to use it in their efforts to find Ventura. He duped the poor Italian and then dis appeared. Ohief Qlasß was greatly surprised yes terday on receiving a letter lrom a eltl . /.en at Tucson which stated tbat Como < soy had secured $15 on a forged tele ; gram purporting to have been sent from tbe chief to Comosey. The ex-police man said he was in Arizona on the trail of a criminal and wanted to raise some money on the telegram, which said that Glass had mailed bim $70 with which to continue the search. Comosey immediately left Tucson, going east. Chief Glass thinks he is now probably in New Orleans. Letters have been recently received ; - by Chief Glass from Baltimore, which j city he worked successfully last year i and managed to get back to hie old ! haunts. A Card. lam a deaf mute. My family live on Mount Whitney, which is six miles from Grouse valley. They have all gone about their business. They lived most of tbe time on parched corn. Two of my horses died laat November. I drove my team to the harrow until 1 had an accident, when one of tbe barrow teeth waß driven into mv leg three inches, ou April 14th. My family are in a destitute condi tion; no shoes to wear, etc., this win ter, and I can find no means to earn any in this city at present and I ask the citizens of this city to kindly help my suffering family. If it is possible I should like to leave here.on Monday. I should be grateful if you would kindly speak to your Chris tian friends in my behalf and if they would kindly use their influence I have hopea they could procure me a pass by applying to the superintendent of the Southern Pacific company for me.* I lost my work last summer owing to the accident before alluded to by the harrow. . Not having tbe power of hearing or of speech, 1 feel my helplessness, so 1 hope the kind Christians will sympathize with my condition. Placing my trust in the Lord and the kindness of his fol lowers, I am yours, respectfully, John Suebman, Natick House. KNOWN AS THE PUREST AND BEST. In our Own Country there is no such official as Government Chemist. iN Canada there is. Bulletin No. 10, from the Labora tory of Inland Revenu- Department. Ottawa, Canada, report ing on the baking powders examined, contains these words: " U' \viU be seen that Or. Price's Cream Raking Pov/der is the only brand approaching; the limit fixed for an ideal powder." --ass*** 8 s^ssss? THE SUPERVISORS MEET. Tb« New Year's "HeralU" and the Fair. Minor Matters. At yesterday's meeting of the board of supervisors tbe following business was transacted : Tbe petition of Tax Collector Hewitt for leave to remit penalties for delin quent taxes amounting to $154.80. eaid moneys having been deposited with him for payment prior to November 27th, was granted. The same officer was allowed five deputies, four for the period of one month and one for five days at $75 per month. County Assessor Gray was allowed three deputies, one at $110 and two at $90 per month. The proposition of Montgomery Bros, to attend to court house clocks for one year at $100 was referred to the building committee. Superintendent of Schools Seaman was allowed a book-keeper for six montbß at $80. * A communication wae received from the national irrigation congress asking thr.t tbe county contribute $100. Taken under advisement. On motion of Supervisor Hay an ap propriation of $75 wai made towards the free distribution of the Herald New Year's number at the midwinter fair. The Southern California midwinter fair committee having surrendered all claims to the allowance of $5000 recently made by tbe board, Baid action was revoked and tbe auditor ordered not to issue a warrant. HAS NOT BROKEN FAITH. SENATOR WHITE'S SUPPORT OF STAIRLY UNOUESHONED. Geary gays the Appointment Will Be Made Today and That the Sena tor Has Not violated Hia Agreement. The San FrancWo Examiner of Thursday contains tbe following dis patch from Washington: An investigation indicates that there ia no truth in tbe story printed in a San Francieco paper December 28th, to the effect tbat Senator White had vio lated his agreement with other members of the. California delegation to support Waverly Stairly for collector of the Northern Oftlifornia internal revenue district, wiih headquarters at Sacra mento. The Btory told by the paper referred to was to the effect tbat there had been codßiderable controversy between Rep resentatives Geary and Caminettion one eide and Senator White, presumably, on the other, to settle upon a candidate for this position. It was stated that re cently Senator White had sent a letter to Commissioner of Internal Revenue Miller urging him to not only oppose the appointment of Stairly, but to use every possible effort to have one Lake appointed collector. The Examiner correspondent has been unable to find any trace at the treasury department that this course has been pursued, and tonight Repre sentative Geary was called upon at his residence and asked for his version of the story. Geary very emphatically as serted that White had not broken faith in this matter, and furthermore said tbat Stairly would be appointed col lector for the northern district tomor row. His appointment papers had been signed and the matter fully considered by President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle at the White House today. "♦Senator White has never done any thing to violate tbe agreement reached by tbe delegation last June," aaid Geary, "and within the last 24 hours I have examined every letter and paper in reference to the coilectorship of the Fourth district, and have found nothing whatever to indinate tbat Senator White haa broken faith. Senator White has acted fairly and faithfully, anil there is nothing to prevent tbe appointment of Stairly, and this appointment will cer tainly be made tomorrow." Senator White corroborated every thing Representative Geary said about the Stairly appointment ac collector for tbe northern district, lie said: "I never recommended Lake for this position, although I did indorse him for some other place, presumably postmas ter at Sacramento, as I kuew that he was a good man. I never sent either a telegram or a letter to Miller, and bave worked ail along for Stairly'e appoint ment." They May Wed. Marriage licenses wore issued yester day to the following persons: Guadalupe Padillo, native of Califor nia, 20 years of age, of Rivera, to Esper nnza Martinez, native of California, 17 yeare of age, of Whittier. THE FEDERAL COURT. Report of tho Grand Jury—Mon Ah Can's Case r,ubmltted. > The United States grand jury made a i partial report yesterday in which five indictments were reported. Three of I them were ac follows ; Arthur Weibanks, on a charge of ' forging a $30 postoffice money order be ' longing to Miss A. Ray, wbo wae here with tbe Spider and Fly company. , John McMahon, for assaulting E. W. , Schmedes, a United States letter-carrier . at San Diego. Dommick Murray, for perjury, alleged I to have been committed in giving cvi . dence in the case against Charles H. Clements, wbo was convicted of forging a postoffice money order belonging to | Lena Murray. , The case of Man Ah Cau, arrested ' under the exclusion act of 1882 for be , ing unlawfully in the United States, was , tried before United States District Judge Ross. The arguments were made , and tbe case sumbitted. The court took , the case under advisement. THE MONTH'S RECORD. What the Policemen Did Daring De cember. Secretary Cottle of tbe police depart . ment yesterday completed the list of i tbe business transacted by tbe depart i ment in tbe city during tbe month of ' December. 1 Tbe number of arrests are as follows: Assault, 2; assault witb deadly weapon, 2; begging, 30; battery, 18; burglary, 3; ■ carrying concealed weapon, 1; drunk, 120; disturbing tbe peace, 17; embezzle ment, 2; fast driving, 2; gambling, 16; ' violating hitching ordinance, 1; petit larceucy, 22; violating license law, 3; selling lottery tickets, 12; misdemeanor, 10; murder, 1; violatipg sidewalk or , dinance, 3; ill fame, 2; on suspicion, 85. There were 138 lodgers at the prison during tbe month, showing a large in crease in the floating population who are financially embarrassed. TUTTS' PILLS in use 30 years. ; Hood's sB^ 8 Cures ; \ M^JJ j , Jtr. t - . JL Stern** \ It Can't Be Beaten.-^ "■We think that I!oo<l'3 Sarsjpariihi cm sot ,he beaten. My wire suffered v.ith Scrofula on , the side of her hood. >Ye wero kdd it would taltu . months, perhaps a year to euro It, but one bottler/, ; Hood's Sars^parilla healed tho sores all up and they have no' . troubled licr since." '. li. . v. i, inn. a I Carroll County, lowa. ' •Hood'sPltlS euro all Biliousness, .sundice. ladUtestion, Sick Headache. 26c. > The Celebrated French Cure, "g££? " APHRODITINE " refunded 3' i positive r^T\ i $f^W t CUARAI !! TEE f fe ß f E \l& CJ ) tocureaHyformol Id S3 s-j nervous disease or l-tr- rf roy *oy disorderof the \ ? — i generative organs , of either le-:,/^^:^ • *1 ¥ V">.\ wb<-ther arising/ */ S _ JJHII from the excessive' / j BEFORE use of stimulants, AFTER i TobaccoorOpinm,orthrough youthful iudiscre f tion, over indulgence, Ac, such as Loss of Braie ' Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in the - back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, NervoUßProe | tration, Nocturnal Kmlßsions, Leucorrhiea, Dia i zine-s, Weak. Memory, Loss of Power and Irapo tency,which if neglected of ten lead topremature ; old age and insanity. Price fJ.QO a box, 6 boxes forfJs ft - Rent by mail on teeeiptof price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given for every $5.00 order received, t*o refund the money if a I permanent euro is not effected. We have thou sands of testimonials from old and young, of both sexes, who liav» been permanently cured bytbeuseof Aphroditlne. Circular free. Adureus ) THE APBRO MKOICIM': CO., I Wwtern Branch. Box 27, Portland, Ob, ' Sold by H. M. SALE & SON, Druggists 2::0 1 8 Spring at., L/OH Ailgele-', Oaj. ti^tclark; -REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL— AUCTIONEER. .DEALER IN NEW & SECOND-HAND SAFE S, 232 W. FIRST ST. REAL ESTATE AND General Auctioneers, 418 S. Spring st.. Los Augeleg. We receive on consignment merchandise of ever; description; alio household goods, which we dispose of by auction at our sales room Tuesdays Him Fridays of each week at 10 a.Di. We al*-o conduct sa.es of furniture at res idt-uces. aud guarantee prices of fame. We also make cash Hdvancei on consignments, or purchase for cash furniture of residence-, ho tels, etc., and sfocks of merchandise. Should you require money to meet pressing demands call on us. , ♦ Midwinter Fair | | Suits and Overcoats | XTo or. Per f pCC Than Any 2 + urder 6° Cent other Tailor + ♦ ♦ ♦ Perfect Fit or No Sale. ♦ 1 JOE POHEIM | X THE TAILOR, S ♦ 149 S. SPRING STREET. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Baker Iron "Works 950 TO 966 BUKNA VISTA ST., LOS ANQELES, OAL. Adl.lt.Ua tk. BoaUwn Pacific .rounds, T«l- MhaiMlJt*. 7-31 . "Disfigured For Life" \ Is the despairing cry of thousands ACtfc> Unsightly skin diseases. \ j- 4 .3 Do you realize what this disfiguration J^^| means to sensitive souis ? It means isolation, seclusion. iix. It is a bar to social and business success. y VJj Do you wonder that despair seizes upon J 1 sK these sufferers when Jy VsT^i^^k Standard remedies fail, /m ij W^JjTwlJp And nostrums prove worse than useless ? I h. VTjiOlwfW Skin diseases are most obstinate to cure StfftV y It is an easy matter to claim to cure them, but quite another thing to do jPr IK \ H Has earned the right to be called the jj| l Because for years it has met with most II U remarkable success. I Yl There are cases that it cannot cure, but 'wubl' ffll 111 they are few indeed. jJl w \ ■ m II It is no long-drawn-out expensive ex- 111 I I I 25c. invested in a cake of ■ 1 ff m Vl CUTICURA SOAP 11 % | } j Will prove more convincing than a page Hi V ' HI (S of advertisement. it | I jjjj j\ CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS. mL JJ || And its cures are simply marvelous. fisft a ,ffl fj| Now is the time \\ \mm tim To take CUTICURA. M| i|/|t CURES WINTER \ W,WSJmI Sold everywhere. Pnce.ConcußA, 50c; ToAr, 35c.; Rasot- mlE&\ TBnt,si. Pottek Drug andChrm. Cokp., Sole Props., Boston. \%m\\\ t m \*rtf\ " AH about tiic Skin, Scalp, and Hair," mailed free. j W.E CUMMINGS, 120 SOUTH SPRING STREET. In order to continue ahead of those offering gifts, dis count and removal sales—winch are foreign to straightfor ward Shoe business —I will offer for two weeks only as fol lows: LADIES. 180 prs Ladies' Button Dongola Kid $1 35 120 prs Ladies' Button Cloth Top, pat. tip, Dong. Kid 1 50 200 prs Ladies' Button Cloth Top, pat. tip, Vici Kid.. 2 50 120 prs Ladies' Button Kid Top, pat. tip, Vici Kid 250 200 prs Misses' Button Kid Top, pat. tip, Doug. Kid. 1 50 200 prs Misses' Button Kaug. Calf School Shoes 1 50 300 prs Misses' Button Graiu "Rough and Ready".... 1 25 200 prs Child's Button Grain "Rough and Ready" 1 00 150 prs Child's Button Gor.t, long A.S. tip Royal Shoe 1 25 GENTLEMEN. 200 prs Oil Grain Balmorals $1 75 200 prs Buff Balmorals and Congress 1 75 120 prs Working Shoes, with buckle 1 25 j 150 prs Milwaukee Oil Grain, with buckle 1 50 200 prs Calf Balmorals and Congress 2 50 Shoddy, but Xew and Honest Goods. HAVE JUST BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENT FOR James Means'GeleDraiBaS2.so to $5 Snoes 120 S. SPRING ST. AMUSEMENTS. XJBW LOS ANOBLKS THKATBK. il tUnder direction of Al. Hayxan.i U. C. WYAi'T, M»n«S;r. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AMD SATURDAY MATIN KE. JANUARY sth aud Glh. MR. AND MRS. M'KEE RANKIN FRIDAY*— 4l DANITESiC SATURDAY MATINEE— -?j DANITESK SATURDAY NIGHT— CANUCK MATINEE PRICE 3 —25 and 50c. VTKVV LOS AMiELKS THEATER. i.™ Under direction of Al Hayman. H. C. Wlf ATI. Manager. ONE WEEK — SATURDAY MATINEE — JANUARY Bth to 13tll. The Distinguished Irish Comedian and Vocalist. MR. JOSEPH MURPHY Supported by an Excellent Company, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY SHAUN R H U E THURSDAY, FRIDAY - , SATURDAY'- KERRY GOW Regular Prlces-$1,75c, 50c and 25c. teals on sale Thursday, January 4tb, at 9 a.m. GRAND OPBR.s. HOUSpH LEONARD GROVES, Manajer. Positively Last Sonvenlr Matinee. Kouiirt Trip to 31 ifl winter Fair. Twenty-dollar (iold Piece. Seven Distinctly Grand Presents. CAD THE TOMBOY! Popular prices—lsc, 25c, SSo and 50c. No •xtra for secured seats. Loges 75c AMUggIUMrTg. „* : '-; Bf'KlilMi TuEaTUK. Main it., bet. Fifth and Sixth, i tthji A. COOPER, - . DIRECTOR. WEEK COMMENCING Monday Afternoon, Jan. Ist. Every evening dnrlng the week and Saturday Matinee—Grand scenic Production of the Greatest Dra matic spectacle ever written, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS DARRSLL VISTON AS I'HINEAB FOGG, Supported by the Cooper Company of Players, Ms specialties by ihe Vaudeville Coropiuy, Now and beautliul scenery. Wonderful m« chanical eft* ats. TWO MAHNKES-New Year's day at 2 and regular Saturday Matinee. Admission 15c, 200 and 300. Box seats SO* aud 75c. Mesei ved seats on sale at box omc« one week in advance. Doors open 7115. curtain rises at S. IMRST i KE'-K . I KUIAN CHURCH, I? Cor. Broadway and Seoond Sts. Ha-ha-ha!l'al-i-fur-»:a! li-C HerU-lojIZiplBoom!! ik<!| Second Annua) To ir of tho University of Calk forms Glee Club. GRAND CONCERT FIFTEEN JOLLY BERKELEY BOYS. COME AND HEAR US! j WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 10, '9J At S o'clock-Under the auspices of the Broadway Club. Tickets 50c. Reserved Seati 15c Bxtra. Chart at the Church. I t; 51 AJICW VIKNNA BUFFET. Is Court st , bet. Main and Spring sts. F. KERKOW, Proprietor anl Mgr. Free Refined Entertainment Evary Evening irom 7 :30 uutn 12, and Saturday Matinee from 1 to 4 p.m. First appearance lv Los Angeles of Europe's greatest novelty, MISS LEONORA. First appearance in Us Angeles of the famous little MISS TRIXEOA. One more week of tho favorite of Loi Angeles. MISS ROHA CLEMBNCB. The giaceful little beauty, MISS ANTON I E Q R EVE, Fine Commercial lunch dally. Mesls ala carle at all hours. 3-14 ly HENRY J. KKAMEICS SOHOOL FOB TAMVINO. Class for lietinuerj. Ladies and Gentleraea will form Thursday evtnipg. Jan. 4th. Class for Misses and Masters, Saturday attar noons. References r-nuired. ACADEMY, 130 W. FIFTH STREET. 12 30 7t 1