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CONSPIRACY AGAINST ETZLER.
Alleged Attempt to Kill the Roscoe Informant. While Drnuk the G»s Ia Turned Ou in His Room. r Carton! Happening! That Htki> Stale aad Bia meads or the Opinion That Bia Life la la U>U|.t. From evidence in the possession of effieere it is more than likely that a conapiracy exists to get rid ol Cbarlea Hitler, the principal witneaa In the Roi eoe train robbing cases, for whioh "Kid" Thompson end Alva Johnaon are await ing trial. It ia quite poaaible that hi* narrow atcape Irom death by atphyxiation in tbe Jackaon hotel, Thursday night, waa tbe result ol an attempt to carry the conspiracy into effect, and forever keep Eizlsr from opening bia mouth in tbe proieoutlon of tbe alleged train rob bers. It ia claimed that E zlerhaa been paid money—perhaps for no agreed-upon purpoee in connection witb the robbery eaaoe, but aaa means of influencing bia testimony. Every time he received any money from snob aource be got drunk, and the plan seemed to be working admirably nntil the officers got a tip as t> what was going on. A man named Gross, a private detect ive who cut a big flgnre in the Harris- Piatt caao by allowing E. E. Crandall to take a cmple of shots at him, ia mixed np in the Roacoe caae, to tbe extent, tt ia aaid, ol securing teatimony In detenae ol the alleged robbera. Oraaa and Attorney Appel, couuael for the men, are aaid to have bad a row with luputy Sheriff Dowlerover tbe matter last nigbt. It ia aaid tbat Appel accused Dowler of being responsible for the publication ol an item in an evening paper to the effect that Eizler had nearly "passed over" on account of an attempt to get rid of him by turniog on tbe gaa in his room. Eizier ia aaid to have been given money on Thursday with whioh he got liqnor, and further, that tome one agreed to meet Ktalor tbat evening and give him more money. Etzler got drunk on the money and went home, during the night tbe occupant of en ed joining room duelled escaping gat end local ed it in Etzler's room. The jet had been turned of full ioroe. The door* and window* ware unlocked. It wa* only three day* ago that this important witnesa came near being laid np by a Mexican who asenuHed him. The aasallant picked a quarrel with E zler and without just cause knocked him down. The police got only the wounded man and took htm to tbe sta tion lor treatment. The officers are keeping a aharp look* out for Ihe men who, it ia said, are at tempting to do away witb £tzlor before tho trir.l 'nltes plaos. They wilt likely bring about some sensational develop ments WHAT' 3IN A NAME. A Ytiimjr I'.llnw With a nigh Bounding Onn'Chirtj'n Willi Itolllng n Oranlr. A young fellow w.ith tbe highly arist ocratic name of Arthur Earnest Beverly waa on trial yesterday ln department one, before Judge Smith and a jnry, charged with the offense ot en attempt to commit grand larceny. It appeared from tbe evidence adduced that on September 2d a man named George Trantor, overcome by drink and emotion, laid down on tbe porch of a house at Second and San Pedro atreeta. Mr. Monroe Jackaon happened along, and noticing Trantor lying down with hia gold watch chain glimmering, and in tbe immediate vioinity tbe defend ant and a companion, be aought to play tbe part ol tbe good Samaritan. He re lieved Trantor of hia gold watch and chain and went to look for an officer. Shortly after be returned with Officer Smith aud found Beverly and hia frieud •looping over the recumbent figure oi Trantor. They made oil wben Jaokaon and tbe police officer approached, but it waa found that tbe drunk's pockets bad been turned inaide out. Beverly wai arreated later and charged witb tbe of fense named. Tbe jury were out two hours yester day afternoon but failing to agree were discharged by Judge Smith. To Be Kx.mined Today. William Settlea aud L. T. Healey will be taken to Long Beach today to be given a preliminary examination on a charge ol murdering the old baker, Jobn Hawk ns, at Wilmington, ou April 20th ol tbia year. Healey, together witb a man named Feeler, ia awaiting trial in tbe anperior ourt on a charge ol mur dering Camille Elikan, at Long Beach, several weeks ago. Here Ii what you have been waiting for. All drug war cat ratee ontdone. The champion aale ol ths aeaaon takes place today et Burger's, Mo. 285 South Spring atreet, between Second an 1 Third. Eaatmen Broa. & Co.'a and Fela& Co.'a oelebrated, higbly-perfumed soaps, eucb aa Elder flower, Gray oat meal, Cold Cream aud Honey, Marab maliow, Victoria, 30 per cent Glycer ine, Lily Cream, Flaxseed, Roae water, Mignon, Butter of Almonds and Roses, Nursery Toilet Soaps, worth op to 20 centa a cake, choice today at 5 centa a cake; and all onr toilet eoapa, auob as Farina, Boaquet, Jdne Rose, Sanitary, Spanish Olive. Engliab Oatmeal, Cen tury, Fairy Queen, Pure Glycerine, that Bold aa high as 10 centa a oake, toiuy three oakai lor 10 oenta. Now don't blame anyone but younell if yon mill thu opportnnity. It's poaitively the m °' the ""ion. In addition we will aeil Warricx Frerea of Greaae world famoua, triple strength perfumes, all tbe special odors inoluded, sella all over at 76 oenti per ounce; onr prioe today, 25 cents per ounce. Bottles and samples free. Eastman's Florida water, 50-cent •sre, at 30 cents; Warrick Freres' cele brated Orange water, 75-oent aize at 35 cents, and 5000 other holiday bargains at Burger's, No. 235 South Spring street, four doori lontb of Lot Angelei theater. Bandar Trips at Hair-tea*.*. One fare for the round trip on Sunday from Loi Angelea to any point on tbe Sonthern California railway (Santa Fe route.) , Datmond's $2.50 hats for thli aeaaon ■re immense, becanee they are tbe latest, end tbe new abapei are certainly nothing if not handsome and extremely dressy. See hie show windowi thie week, in tbe Bryaon block. CITY NOTES. Weather Bnraaa Report of ohiervatlooi taken at Loi Angelas December 6. 1891: [Note-Barometer re duced to lea level. ] a, m. p. m. 44 53 N W Maximum temperature, 01. Minimum temperature, at. Rainfall past 21 hours .00 Inch. Kainfnil for season, 2.10 Inchea. Dally Bulletin. United States Department of Agriculture Weather Bu-eau. Reports received at Loi Au goler, Dee. 7, 1891. Observations taken at all stations at 8 p. in., seventy-fifth meridian lime. 63 *e fit DO D!2 4S 44 00 42 38 jttBin Rain Ham Li... mn.. ri..'. id. .. as Forecast for Soothers California. Rain ln north ponton, probable looil rains ln south portion, nearly stationary temperature; brisk to high southeast wind ou tbe northern coast. The Lo* Angeles natatorlum will be oloaed for tbe next 40 daya for repairs. Dr. Louis Scblesinger, test medium and better, will be pleaaed to receive frienda at S. Spring at. David Bowera was aent to ths county Jail yeaterday from Pomona, to ipend 30 daya for malicioua mitobief. The remaining pewt end aittinga In St. Paula church will bo offered for rental today, Irom 3 to 4 p. m. Rev. Joseph Smith will preach at Peniel hall, tomorrow at 11 a. m., 3 and 7:30 p. m., hit laat Sabbath in Lot An geloa. Monday evening, Daoembsr 10th, the aeoond in the aerlee of coucertt at the Y. M. O. A, wtll be given under the di rection ol Mr. Frederick Stevenaon. J. Grime*, F. William*, J. Johnaon, George Brown and Tbomaa Beck were committed to tbe county jail from Paaa dena yeaterday to serve term* lor vag rancy. There are Undelivered telegram* at th* Weetern Union Telegraph company* of fice, corner ol Court and Main street*, December 7th, lor ,T. H. Morte, W, A. Rutherford, C. L, Hanson. Open cart only are now being run on tbe Spring street end Arcade depot line, at which Ibere is tome dissatisfaction on the part of patron* who are Specially sensitive to cold and dampness. Furniture dealers in thie oity report a brisk business now, and lay tbat a large percentage of tbeir aalea are to partial wbo have recently arrived here and are getting settled. Died — William Manefield, beloved fether of J. P., J. L., E. J. and S. R. Mansfield and Mr*. Uustave Bros*, aged 80 year*. Funeral from residence, 622 Court street, today at 2 p. m. The residence of Ralael Feliz, on Aliao atreet, waa ransaoked night before laat by sneak thieves, who got eway with $26 worth of clothing. Like a hundred other auch robberies, the job waa no doubt committed by tramps. Justus Allgren, wbo waa arretted at Santa Monioa cation a few montha ego, by tbe cuatom home officer*, and wbo waa beld lor amuggling by th* late fed eral grand jnry, will be tried before Judge Roei iitat Wetiueaday. Lawrence Dunham ol New York oity will be the principal speaker at the tin gle ttx meeting, in Blancbard-Fitzgerald ball, next Monday evening, hit aubjtct being: Labor an Employer of Capital. Mr. Dnnbam ia a member of the national committee of aingle laxan and an able apeaker. George Hereta, the f Japanese pro prietor of the Oremerie restaurant, 128 North Main atreet. yeaterday aued the l,os Angelea Eleotrto company for $299 damages and for $10, the value ol a pole wbioh Hereta purchased from tbe company and whioh waa afterward, ao he alleged, removed from the place In front of hit rea tan rant. Justice Sea man took the oaae under advisement. At thetr meeting last Thursday nigbt, Los Angelei council No. 1489, Royal Ar canum, elected the following officers for the ensuing term: Regent, E. P. Fuller; vioe-regent, Joaeph Simmons; orator, Jamea H. Smith ; aecretary. G. L. David sou ; collector, Fred 8. Thomas; treas urer, D. G. Peck; guide, William J. Walahe; chaplain, George W. Smith; warden, Jobn Lnthe; (entry, John Let telier; trnateea, Dr. William Brill, Fr*d Zucker, H. S. Wilmani. PERSONAL. O. 0. Barnham of Fort Collins, 0010., ia in the oity. Cbarlea de le Gere of Santa Barbara ii at the Nadean. W. G. Biaaell of Ohieago ia atopping at the Nadean. Next Monday evening will be given a hop at tbe Argiye. Maj. George E. Gard atarta today on a trip to the atate capital. Ernest Pacini of Milwaukee, Wii., li viiiting Loa Angelei, S. O. Drammond ol the Ban ning Herald ia at the Hollenbeck. William Ohriatie of Phoenix, Aria., ii atopping at the Hollenbeck. Attorney A. B. Paris of San Bernar dino waa in town yeaterday. L. H. Ball of Cleveland and Jamea Dnrham of Ohioago are at the Hollen beak. W. N. Blanohard of Santa Paula aad D. A. Gaodiell of San Francisoo are al tbe Westminster. W. G. Banard, wife end child ol Georgia are in the oity and quartered et the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Hawklni of Holl titer are in town and have taken apart ment! at tbe Weitminater. Biabop O. P. Fitzgerald will preach at Weat End Methodist chnrnch Sunday, December 9th, at 11 a. m. Judge Futerbaugb ol San Diego ia making a ahort pleaaure trip to the oity, and ia a guest at tbe Hollenbeok. H. Z. Osborne of the Express left yeaterday to attend a meeting of the California Pren association at Saora mento. E. J. Morris, a prominent attache of tbe Rook Island road, witb headquart ers In San Franoiieo, ia at tbs Nadean. Right Rev. W. F. Nichols, D. D., biabop oi California, will adminiiter the rite of confirmation in St. John'a Epla copal obnrob tomorrow alternoon at a o'clock. The following regiitered at the Ar gyle laat evening: C. S. Cook, Ohioago; H. E. Boyne. Derby, Vt.; 0. V. Boyne, wile and children, Newport, Vt.; Mr. and Mra. J. B. Grow, Newport, Vt. Richard Harrii of San Francisoo, se cret ear vice officer of the traaanry de partment, who hae been in attendance on the United Stater court daring the trial of Michael Elongo and Riago 01111, tha oounterfeheri, returned home yes terday. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ft, 1894. CAMPBELL WAS NO TRAITOR. The Berkeley Hazing Episode Further Explained. The Young Han Wag Only a Student For a Month. TheToang Uin'i Statement Abont the Affair — Bxp»ll*d From the Btndenti' Allocu tion. San Francisoo Chronicle: Claude 0. Campbell, the young man wbo waa based by tbs students at Berkeley be cause it was believed that bs waa a foot ball spy, was subjected to further igno miny yeaterday by being expelled from tbe Students' association of the Univer aity of California. Tba meeting at which tbia action was taken was largely attended. Bryan Bradley prsaidsd, Mr. Croaa waa secretary, and the following resolutions, wbioh were introduced by Herbert Anthony, sere quickly adopted without any diaeuasion: Wbereaa, A certain member of this body, by nameC. C. Campbell, has been guilty of allying himself witb and of secretly and designedly securing inlor mation for onr opponenta in football, while profeaaing allegiance to tbia insti tution ; and wbereaa said Campbell did wear oar Opponents' colors at tbe foot ball game, though a student of this I institution and a member of tbia body ; Kesolved, Tbat wa, tbe Aaaociated Studenta of the University of California, in meeting assembled, do hereby expel aaid Campbell' irom tbis body; and, further, Kesolved, That copies ol these reso lutions be aent to our college papers and tbs college papers of Leland Stonford, jr., univeraity, and also to the individual himself. Campbell said yesterday that be bad not belonged to tbe Aasooiated students. He ia 20 yeara old and is a thin, nervy little ohap. He baa sagacity, bat hia manners do not suggest a univeraity education. A reporter wbo met bim yeaterday waa impressed by hia buaineas inatinots. According to bis own account, Camp bell was a atndent at the Stanford uni veraity from September, 1893, to the end of the eehool term in May, 1894. On September Ist of thia year be became a apecial student et the Univeraity or California, and remained such for a month. Ha said yeaterday that bis connection with the Berkeley univeraity ceased wben in October be drew tbe money he had depoaited as a diploma fee. No other notification Of his withdrawal waa needed, be remarked. He sappoaed, however, tbet tbe studenta still regarded him aa on* of themselves. He did not attend any classes, bat continued to live in Berkeley, end met other studenta. Campboll'i departure from Stanford univeraity ie reported to bave been doe to an order of the faculty. The Berkeley football players wondered bow tbeir Stanford rivals kept potted es to tbeir movements, and tbey decided tbat Camp bell bad been spying on tbem when they saw him wearing Stanlord colore and hurrahing lor Stanlord at tbe game on Tbankagiving day. Campbell, how ever, denisa that he revealed any aeoreta or waa in aay way a traitor. He aaid he oould not be a renegade in wear ing tbe Stanford badge, a* on Thanks giving day be was not a Berkeley student. He told the leadera ol tba hazing party, he stated, tbat be had ceaaed bia eonneetion with tbe univera ity ln October. Hia reason for obeering for Stanford at tbe game waa that he bed more friends among the Stanford studenta than at Berkeley. He aaid he knew only a few ot the Berkeley football players, and with tbeae he bad merely a bowing acquaintance. He did not visit tbe Berkeley campus after leaving tbe univeraity nntil he waa taken there by the hazing crowd early last Tueaday morning. Campbell, who ia a nonchalant, indifferent youth, in tend! to slay in Berkeley for a while yet. He does not oars to prosecute the ita dents who daubed him with nitrate of ailver. red ink and mucilage, he aaid, bat hie father, who is a Metbodiat minister in Lot Angeles, may take aome action. Tha metier baa not been considered lay the faculty of the state univeraitv yst. President Kellogg aaid yeaterdav tbat tha faculty might take the initi ative againat the students implicated in the hasing if any evidence were ob tained. So far tbe only information tbe faculty haa is tbat given in the papers, be remarked, and these accounts may be exaggerated. Thia ia the first instance of hazing at Berkeley for five yeara. The last man previously hazed ia now aaalatant re corder of the university and it is aaid he il generally liked. Strong measures to atop hazing were taken at that time. Though Campbell may not have been attending tbe univeraity at the time be wa* maltreated, ha wae looked upon aa a atudent by tbe other yonng men, and ao the decorationa inflicted on him are in the category of college hasing. Campbell's shaven poll ia an evidence ol tbe treatment to whiob be waa sub jected. He had to have all tbe hair on it removed to get rid of tbe mucilage, and tbe bumps of character atand out ao prominently on hie cranium that he it now careful to keep hit hat on in publio. Tha Pratt Moating!. Every available seat in the main end* itorinm of tbe Congregational bbnroh on the Eaat Side was taken laat night at the onion meeting of the Baptiat, Congregational, Preabyterian and Meth odist onurchea. Tbe attendance hag gradually increaaed throughout the week nntil the outlook for powerful meetinga next week ia auspicious. Mr. Pratt delivered a strong aod tender dia oocreeffrom the words. "Ye abut np the kingdom of heaven against men, for ye neither enter yonr aslvea, neither Buffering them that are entering to go in." It was a powerful appeal to every one to realize his solemn responsibility for bia influ ence over othera. There waa a bnah like tbe hush ol death throughout tbe congregation while he spoke. There will be no servioea today. The obarchea will he in tbeir own church homea Sunday morning. At 3 p.m. Sun day there will be a nnion meeting at the Congregational ohnrcb. and at 7 :30 p.m. at tho Preabyterian church. At Colegrove, in tbe Cabnenga valley, tbe rainfall np to Thursday morning amounted to 1.28, making a total of juat ti inches for the eeeaon ao far. Tha or ebardiats, farmers and vegetable grow* era are feeling very happy, not to say jubilant. nonvenlr H<>x a, Bpecially appropriate for Chriatmaa presents' at Christopher's, 2418. Spring at. A SUICIDE IDENTIFIED. The Man Wbo Hanged Hlinieir Was Oharlea Crewleymen. An inqueat was held yeaterday npon tbe body ol the unknown man found banging to a tree on Vermont avenue, aouth of tba oity, Thnnday afternoon. No new developments were brought out by tbe inquest, but in the afternoon tbe identity of tbe luioide wa* learned, be ing brought about by the exclusive pub lication of the case in the Hbrald, The body wa* identified by Mr. Strauabourg, proprietor of the hotel by that name at Alameda and Dacommun atreeta, who aay* tbe name ot tbe de ceased waa Chart** Crawlayman. He ha* a aon in Reno, Nov. Craw ley mat had (topped at tbe Strauabourg bote several day*, but waa entirely without means, and tbis fact probably drove him to bang himself. MURDERER JOHN CRAIG. He Will Be Benteooed by Jndge Smith Thie Morning. The convicted murderer, John Craig, will be sentenced by Judge Smith in de partment one of the superior oourt at 10:30 this morning. Craig bas abown no ligm ol weaken ing since hia conviotion, and apparently baa no regret. Hia three Ilttle children seem to bother him more than anything else, for he aayi he hatea to be away from them. He talki much ol hit chil dren. - Tbe murderer tpendi mnch of hia time in playing oarda, and waa engaged in a game with hia keeper when a re porter for the Herald caw him laat nigbt in tbe county jail. He would say nothing as to wbat he expected hiaaen tenoe wouid be, and did not teem wor ried in tbe least. HE WANTED TO DIE. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE OF A HELENA COMMISSION MERCHANT. He Took Enough Morphine to Kill Six Hen, Yet He May Kaoover. Doe to Drink and Dee pondenoy. Dissipation came near luring another vlotim to death yesterday. It wai the tame old ttory ol too much drink and reokless living. The person In the attempted auicide wat Joe H. Conrad, a former commission merchant of Helena, Mont. He took enough morphine to kill half a dozen men, but fortunately wai found in time to save, or at leatt prolong bis life. Several months ago Conrad oame to tbe oity from hia Montana borne, bring ing hia family, a wile and two children, with bim. He fell in witb more ol lets rapid acquaintance! and ia laid to have used considerable liquor and alao to bave indulged in a "ilttle game ol poker" too often. Leaving his family at the Belmont hotel, where he had been staying three weeks, Conrad yeaterday secured a room at the Reed honae on First atreet, be tween Main and Lot Angele*. and evi dently laid plans to shuffle off at once. On going to hia room Conrad oom nlainetl ol asthma. At 11 o'clock yea terday morning tha landlady, failing to awaken the man, looked through the transom and fonnd bim breathing witb difficulty. The door wai forced and tbe man found lying in bed in his night clothing, Buffering from a large doit ol morphine. Conrad, more dead than alive, wat A World's Tribute. % Progresa U Jj£ Triumph g W$ M ¥v** America Leads the Nations in the March of Progress. Among the wonders of the World's Columbian Fair the grandest was the exhibit of American products. The Ex hibition was, in this respect, an object lesson of the grandeur and glory of the Republic. Among the exhibits from the United States no article of its class stood so high as Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. * The Chief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at Washington, backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition, found it strongest in leavening power, peerless in its purity and beyond comparison in uniform' excellence, Received Highest Award At the World's Fair. The award is a matter or official record. Nothing could settle so decisively the immeasureable superiority of Dr. Price's over all other powders as the great honor bestowed at Chicago. The Past Guarantees The Future The fact that Hood's Sarsapa* rilla has cured thousands of others is certainly sufficient reason for belief that it will cure you. It makes pure, rich, healthy blood, tones and strengthens the nerves, and builds up the whole system. Remember Hood's X Cures Be Sure to get HOOD'S and Only HOOD'S. Hood's Pills are especially prepared to bs taken with Bood'a Sarsaparllla. 25c. per box. removed to tba receiving hoe pi Ul, where Knrgeon Bryant worked over bim lor hours. At a late hoar laet nigbt Dr. Bryant thought the man might recover. He wai not in a condition at any time to tell why he attempted suicide, remain lug unconsc.OuS &.1 the time. This ii Conrad'i third attempt at sui cide. WAS NOT INSANE. A Story That K.calie tha Disappear ance or Mre. Kit Hawkins. A middle-aged woman named Haw kins, homeless, friendless and money less, wai examined in the inperior eoart yeaterday on a charge ol inianity and finally diecbarged. She wai brought in from San Gabriel, but oonld not tell where ehe lived. Tbe name and description oi tbe woman tallied closely witb that of Mra. Hawkins, who five or six yean ago mysterioualy diaappeared from the Redondo hotel. She wai the wife of a man who bad only recently died, leaving the relative! to get the estate. It was suspected by aome tbat she bad drowned herielf, while by others it wai thought tbat a different solution of the mystery would be fonnd. However, no trace of her hai ever been diicovered, 10 wben the tramp woman wai brought in yeiterday the wai in ipected to lee whether ihe waa tbe milling Mra. Hawkins, but no olue could be obtained and ibe wai released. Vegetables Shipped Baal. The firit refrigerator c»r of tbe Santa Fe ronte hat atarted east, containing tbree torn, or 360 packages, of vegeta bles, including 1308 ponnda of toma ties. While thia ia the flrat shipment of the season, it ia not aa large as wai anticipated, bnt aa ioou aa tbe benefit! of the refrigerator aervloe are under stood, the magnitnde of the ooniign menta will innraaaa. It'i a hundred to one that quality could not be higher or prion lower then they are for everything in tbe line of winter hats, gloves, hosiery, underwear, neckwear, eespendera, etc, etc., at Des mond's, 141 South Spring itreet, Bryson block. See hli holiday novelties today. J. T. SHEWARD FIRST THING TO CONSIDER in buying a -** cloak is the style and the quality. If yon are "suited in this respect a very important point to consider is the price. This we consider for you. At the present time we are cutting the prices on cloaks where we know you can better yourself by giving these cut prices your special at tention. Every garment of every kind in the cloak depart ment is cut in price. This takes in the new *ts well as the old. Every item in this house is marked in plain figures. The original price is still on the goous and fioin this the discount is given, which will vary all the way from 20 to 50 per cent. The most important point about these cut prices is the cash must come with the sale. If you have the money to pay for a cloak you can make from f 2 to $10. This re presents the difference between our present prices and the old. This represents the difference between our prices and the present prices in all the different houses in the city. It is a very easy matter for you to substantiate this by a per sonal examination. It is worth all the trouble you take. We are anxious to show you the goods whether you buy or not. That is what we keep salespeople for, to show the goods. Another important point for you to consider, and that is, this is the largest cloak stock in the city and the most reliable in every way. We aim to make our advertis ing truthful. That is what we advertise for. To secure trade. How could we secure trade and deceive the public? We don't want your trade if you buy goods on time. That is a candid statement. We cannot sell goods on credit and make the extreme low prices that are now being made in the cloakroom. Two to ten dollars is the difference we save you and we guarantee to save you this. But bear in mind this means the cash when the sale is made. Another point for you to consider is the prices we are selling dress goods for. There has been a great reduction made in our dress goods prices. There is a large line of the most staple goods reduced to 75c a yard. The regular price has been from $1 to $2 a yard. We are selling silk and velvet remnants suit able for Christmas work at a great reduction. All remnants are reduced in all departments. Special values in dolls, side combs and hair ornaments.. If you want a cloak or a dress pattern, one thing you can depend upon, our prices are the lowest. But bear in mind this means the cash with the sale. HOTELS AMD KESOKTS. "PTkT?T?M A "XT "HYYTTC V 411.427 north main st.. is tjnbxcellbd in XJ \Jr r i>li\ll lIU U Ol!/ Los Angeles at any prloe, being first clan only. $1.2 > to $2.60 per day; longer a* agreed. T. W. STROBBIDQC. Prop'r. rpTTiji GOTTT , Dr"I7 , I?Xr corner second and bill sts. finist dining 1 llJv ij\J U IIA S.J 1V room ln the oity; American plan. Rates, til per day and up. Elegantly furnished room?. Sultea with bath. OKO. M. ISABCOCK, Proprietor. TT/ypl/T ADllVr V CENTRALLY LOCATED. OLIVE AND BECONV STS; All /1 l jlj 1\ JVVX 1 Vjlli Day boarders. Room* elegantly furnished. AU aaod ern.conveniences. Table oannot besarpasaed. Terms reasonable. D. E. BARTON, Prep. XTl^i r FI7 , T T TXrrVtl "Vf SECOND AND HILL—FAMILY HOTEL. APrO IMF HIKJ A. jVjLj XjlLy menu perfect; electric cars t» all ootnta*. THOS. PABCOE, Proprietor. TT«~iT , "I7T DfiCCMAO C 1 416 west sixth sr., opp. central pabk Al 17 I JL J I J W IVll/ First-class family and tourist accommodations Board by day or week. Terms reasonable. G. B. KELLY, Prop. 1 IOTTr 1 T APP ATiT A banta monica. southern California's -e-a- jl xvj iAitv/ii famous anmmar and winter resort. Omu spboiat, reduced rates voa thk NEXT 60 days. The matchlesi reputation of the table will ba main tained. Surf bathing delightful. Hot salt water baths a special feature. 35 minutea' ride frosa Loa Angeles. Visitors will be shown over tho house, and suitable rsdaolton in rate* quoted. S. REINHART. Proprietor. rnT i; J)V nr i\ T¥V Ri lT 17 T bedondo, cal. the most poptj. Ixlll/ J\rjLJ\/rS U\J il V 7 1 Vj\ j l*r winter resort on the o*a«t Aeoa*. sible t>y trains of ihe Southern California and Redondo Railwuy*; 40 minute*' ride froaa Lo- ADgeiea. Every room an outilde one, Sunny and bright. Excellent table. Billiard parlor** Dancing room and teonn court. Hot *alt water swimming and plunge bath* near hotel. Floe aahing from the wharf, Free transportation to and from Lo* Angeles to weekly or monthly guesta. For description and Uluatraled book* and rateeapply to Redondo Howl" Be?ou?o^eaoh!"CaL Or te CITY OFFICE REDONDO RAILWAY, Bradbury Blook, Loc Angelei. THE HOLLENBECK I Best Appointed Hotel ia .je-jA^sß^^^e*,*^ American and European Plans, «fl amusements. l ks't h iatek, C. M. WOOD, Lessee....H. 0. WTATT, Manager. ONLT TWO MORB PERFORMANCES. Saturday Matinee and Saturday Evening, Dec. Bth. YOU MUST SEE FrohmaDS Great Company la the Rattling New Farce-Comedy, The New Boy! YOU won't say '•Well, I abould smile I" when you see THE NEW BOY. You will tell everybody "Omyl How I did YELL 1" HE IS FUNNY! VERY, VERY FUNNY "What's the good of anything? Nothing!" Prlcea $1, 7Sc, 50c aud 25c. Seats how on aale. BLKBANK TUKATEK. Main street, between Fifth and Sixth Fbid A. Coopxb, Manager Grand Extra Attraction—Opening Sunday, De cember 2d. WILLARD AND WILLIAM N EI W ELL, The only Twin Stars in the World, ln a Grand Production of Their Own Play, THE OPERATOR Admiealon 15,20 and 30c. Box seats 50 and 750 FOR BALE—This elegant cottage f With 6 rooma and -~>je a bath, lor 81000; —weBM tVa 8300 cash, balance ■ BBas\l TN monthly Install- H BaVJvN ments; built Id atwßaal Br any part of tha B H THRKLKELD OrEDWIWSMIIP .3BHHeW£*9**lßCn 384 8. Broadway ÜB| ua^Jef^ffaßßM gllla^^^S^S • MIISKMINH. T IIALIA. CONCERT HALL, 323 385 Uowney blk, N. Malnf* ADMISSION FREE. Come and Hear JOHN MULLIGAN, Tbe Irish comedian ln hie great spec!titles. MISS CARRIE LINTON, The clever soubrette.— The Boneless Wotrtte* MILLIE EMORY. The Eccentric Come- | The American Nlgaa dlan, lngale, BILLY MORTON. | Mist GENEVA IiIILNI Conoert from 7:30 to 12. Change ol pea gramme every week. N. ft—ClOfed Sundays. U NEW VIENNA BTJFFfJT, 114-116 Court st. Loi Angeles. F. KSRKOW, Prof, ARMAND AI^GRANVILLE, I International Operatic and Charaetar change artists, formerly of Raw York MISS REX A QOUQH, The Great Favorite from ths Orpheum, Baa Francisco. OAR M EN. The Beautiful Spanish Dancer. Berth Family Orchestra. Concert every evening from 7:30 until 13, and Saturday matinee from 1 to A p.m. jrajT-Kino commercial lunch. Finest onlalaa and meals a la carte at all honra. FOR SALE! BARGAINS. INSTALLMENT PROPERTIES. House 5 rooms, southwest, near Twenty-third and Hoover; 81800-8900 cash, balance 828 per month. House 5 rooms, southwest, S Hooka from electric car line; SWOO. easy terms. Mouse ti rooms, all modern and new, aouth* west, close in, lor 82100-small cash payment and mom lily Installments. SEMI-TROPIC HOMKSTEAD CO., 131 WEST THIRD BT. BPERRY, MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARD AND PLANING MILLS. 136 Commercial at, Loa Angeles, Oak 7