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THE GOOG OFF ALL.
Congress of gGUthern Cali
fornia's Seven Comi
ties.
MATTERSTALKED ABOUT.
Strong: Rt'soltiiion R°g;ar<Ung;
the State Division to
Come Up.
A TRIP TO WHITTIER.
■ ■.migration and Other SnhJ -cti of Im
porta*mi. to tbii Snotton Uueuaavd*
1S« n Ideaa AdTftaoitl —I'd « Cou
crtii to Maat Again Today.
Tbe reception and club rooms of tbe
chamber of commerce were handsomely
decorated yeaterday on the occasion o!
tbe congress of euperviaora of Southern
California'! eeven counties. President
Freeman, Superintendent Wiggins and
Secretary Willard, together with mem
bers of tbe board of directors of the
chamber, vied with each other in mak
ing things pleasant for tbe delegates
to thia congress. The magnificent ex
bibits in tbe rooms of the chamber
were inspected and admired, and a
committee took charge of a number of
the delegates, escorting them about the
cily and giving them a birds-eye view
of Loa Angelea trom tbe dome of the
new court bouse. Many of the delegates
from Santa Barbara and Ventura did not
arrive nntil afternoon, and consequently
tbe opening of tbe congress wae delayed
considerably! Then a vieit to the
Whittier reform school nißde an adjourn
ment necessary until tbis afternoon,
whan aome new matters will be brought
np and subjects only partially broached
yeaterday afternoon be fnlly diectmei.
The clnb room pteianted a lively
■cene at 2 o'clock, the half hundred or
more cbatra and divana were occupied
by men who role the destinies of cuuu
ties, while others etood about nnd
tak"). In the buzz of con vernation
• >uid be heard comiriente on the cost of
bridge building, road repairing, the
atanding of contracting firms and the r
liability to "job"an unsuspecting board
of supervisors by "combining." But
•11 was harmony and for the good of tho
dear people. In an adjoining room —
the directors' room—was Bpread an
ample lunch, with coffee, cigars and
other accessories to a pleueant lime.
111 X CONGRESS I ON Vll N L 11.
Shortly before 3 o'clock tbe congress
waa called to order by President Free
man, who congratulated the oongreaa on
tbe large attendance, showing ac it did
the great intereat manifested in tbe
work. Mr. Freeman eaid :
Gentlemen: —You come together to
day at tbe call of tbe chamber of com
merce of Los Angeles, supervisor? of
eeven counties —from Santa Barbara and
Venture on tbe north, Riverside and
San Bernardino on the eaat, Orango
•nd San Diego on tbe south, and from
Loa Angeles io tbe center. You are the
local law-ruakers nf Southern California,
elected by tbe suffrages of your neigh
bors to guide tho business affairs of our
individnal counties, and upon your ad
ministration depends, in ■ large meas
ure, Ho- future welfare of all thie sec
tion. No set of men or nf officials has
tbe pojier to accomplish greater good
ior Southern Calilornia than yourselves,
and upon none doee a greater respon
sibility rest.
The present is a critical epoch in the
history of Southern Califoania. A con
tinuous stream of immigration is pour
ing into this country, attracted largely
by the work at the world's fuir and by
the wide dissemination of literature that
preceded it. They come not to specu
late in lands but to plant them; not to
talk sentiment about tbe climate, but to
grow iroits and vegetablea and cereals.
Home of them bring capital to help de
velop the conntry. They are starting
ne * industries, opening np new lines uf
trade and commerce, aud in their confi
dence and enthusiasm tbey even go be
yond those of ue who have beeu a much
longer period here on tbe ground. Tbey
•re the right kind of people—no country
could ask for better—not tbe ignorant
•nd sqnalid foreigner, who brings with
him a blight of poverty and anarchy,
but people of our own sort and kind,
out of tbe progressive, enterprising
American west. Let no one question aa
to tbeir coming. In Lne Angeree city
a}!*, 000,000 worth ot new building* have
been erected within the last year, of
which aum enough wbb expended for
reaidencea alnne to call for an increase
of population by eight or ten thousand
people, yet today a vacaut bouse ia hard
to find in tbe city.
LOS ANOELES AS A CENTER.
Loa Angelea being; tbe central point,
where tbe railroads come together,
eettlere who are undecided ac to their
final location remain here temporarily
until tbe advantage oi aome outside
eection ia bronght to their notice. From
tbe reports tbat reach us, however, it
seems that all sections of Southern Cali
fornia are receiving their share of the
new immigration, ac all have partici
pated equally in tbe work which has
helped to bring it bere.
The coming of these people means
greater prosperity to the country,
greater development of its resources,
better transportation facilities, better
freight ratee for our products as the
volume to be exported increases, greater
influence for thia eection in the affaire
of tbe etate and tbe halls of congress,
better times for ua all and for tbe vari
ous sections tbat we represent. In all
onr pride over the wonderful resources
of our country—its fertile aoil, Its per
fect climate and the variety of its horti
cnltural producta, we mußt not forget
tbat thia ia essentially a new country
and bnt sparsely populated. lowa,
where the farms average five or
■Ix times the aize of our
ranches, has 84 people to the
sqnare mile, while io Southern Califor
nia, leaving ont all the mountains and
desert land, we rind only 13 to tbe square
mile. To bnild up new business requires
capital; to bnild up a new country re
quire! people. We are ttill suffering
from under-prodnction in tbe very ne
cessities of life. When it, inkes a train
of care nearly a mile long to bring into
this mate the eggs that the enterprising
bene ol Kansas and lowa lay for na. let
no one croak about overdoing things in
thia country. Ten yeara ago, when a
great flood of new people swept into thia
end of the etato, doubling, tripling,
quadrupling tbe population in a sur
prisingly short time, many of our old
timere went about whispering to one
another "What in the world will they
findtodo? They will ail atarvehere!"
But they didn't starve. They went to
work and settled down, for the moat
part, into prosperous and contented citi
zens. Some of them, indeed, have co
auoces«[ully grown up with the country
that they have been elected to the office
of superviaor and are here witb ua to
doy.
r.WER 01' SCPERVISOJtS.
It is within your power as local law
makers aud as custodians of the funds
ol your individual counties to increase
or discourage thia immigration of new
settlers into the country. It ia true
that the (und which is placed in your
hands by the etate low ie not bo great as
it should bo, amounting to only $1001) in
the case of moat of your counties, but
by a discreet use of that fund, in co
operation with tbe other counties of the
eection, much can be acer npiished.
Three years ago thia month a meeting
was held at tha old quarters of ttie
chamber of commerce, at which a num
ber of you were preaent, when the
Southern California Ilureau of Informa
tion waa founded. Through tbat organ
ization the cum of IfiOOO wa/s raiaed,
partly from the eupetviiors and partly
irom euuacriptioni. Of this cum Loa
Angelea paid two-thirds, which waa
more tben her shore ; but no objection
waa raised by the outside countiee ou
tbat acore. Fifty thousand copies of a
large and handsomely illustrated book
were priuted, at a coat of HOOO, and the
remaining two thouaanl was ueed to
circulate this book all over the union.
To our certain knowledge thousands of
people bavo been broo"''t into this
country through this « , aud ita in
fluence is not yet exhausted. I men
tion thia good work as au exumpie of
the efliciency of co-operation.
ALL KOI'THKKN ('\l IK IKNIA.
We have called grot together today,
gentlemen, to talk of work of thia sort
for all Sinthern California; to show
you thu exhibit of the chamber in its
new nud enlarged quarters, in order that
you may have a clearer idea oi its scope
and character and its power for good tc
the whole section, and wo beg now to
assure you that in anything WOicb you
unit- desire to undertake for the good <f
Southern Caifornis, yia will find thia
organization always roa ly with an act
ive and hearty co-operation. We are
firmly < I the opinion that the ndvauce
ment of Loa Angeles aa the uiitropolis
of Southern California is bound up wit'i
the generai prosperity of all tbia sec
tion. We assure you that, ac nn organ
ization und as individuals, we are unal
terably opposed to tbo narrow, sectional
spirit that proposes to build np one part
of our country at tho expense of anoth
er. We look upon Souttiern Calilornia
as a unit of which it is uur g rod fortune
to be geographically end commercially
the center, in working for ourselves
we must work for yon, and in working
for you we benefit our own city.
Through iiie various urgauzttions
which have represented this section ot
the state in the world's (air, midwinter
fair and general immigration work, our
counties hove beeu brought cloeelr to
gether and we have achieved a reputa
tion as a harmonious, enerje'ic, enter
prising unit. Let tbat reputation con
tinue; let the enterprise grow stronger,
the energy more persistent, and let the
harmony remc in with ue forever—such
ie tbe earnest hope of the Los Angeles
chamber of commerce.
AS ONE COMMUNITY,
Judge Graff, attorney for the chamber
of commerce, explained some of the
features of tbe relationship between the
chamber and the various boards of
supervisors, and the right of the la'.ter
to expend money for exhibiting the
products of the counties fur advertising
purpose o .
"When we build up the various out
side counties," said Judge Graff, "you
build up Loa Angeles. Without the
onteide counties there would he no Los
A ngeles."
The judge tben discoursed upon tho
magnificent results from tbe distribu
tion of 125,000 copies of Southern Cali
fornia, Bent out by the chamber within
the past two venrs, and the benefit gen
erally to be derived from advertising,
; botn at home aud übroad. It had been
intimated that aome uf the delegates to
thu congress intended touching upon the
harbor and state division questions, and
the judge threw himself into the breach
by stating that at tbe tirst session these
questions should be tabooed.
A. Mullen, one of the trustees of the
j Whittier school, where the delegates
were entertained last night, iv a short
speech welcomed the visitors and gave
formal invitation to pass the night at
Whittier. fie promised to show the
visitors Bonn-thing greater and grander
than the product of any coil, and mat
wae the reformation of boya and girls
committed to the oare of the institu
tion.
sau Dltao SriCAKS.
M, L. Ward, new district attorney of
San Diego, on behalf of the board said
tbat it seemed to him conventions of
this kind must result in good to all sec
tions represented. Although in the re
mote end of the territory wu are doing
all we can to represent the best inter
ests of the entire southern section. We
do not deaire to succeed by in any way
hindering tbe growth of any of the rest
of the family although we are the email
bay. There are some things we boast of
and one of them is of having tbe largest
lemon orchard in the world. While we
have been epoken of as tbe dry county
I assure you tbat within a short time
Hnn Diego will beone of tbe best watered
counties in tbe United States. From
San Diego you will bud a hearty sup
port in any enterprise looking to the
upbuilding of Southern California.
A NEW MARK TWAIN.
I. W. Lord, father of San Bernardino
county and tbe court house, entertained
the congress for about a quarter of an
hour in an address that would bave done
credit to Mark Twain. Mr. Lord spoke
to no question except to protest
against being called upon when
tbe chairman of tbe board was present.
He eaid : "Our county is 186 miles long
and only six miles wide. We can't do
justice to tbe people. You cay, Mr.
President, that no reference to the
place where the com me roe of the earth
is to land should be made. Well, I
guess 1 don't want to say anything
about that. In fact, 1 guess I'd better
not, because, may be, if husband is a
niece of Huutington's be might not let
me ride on my pass. You fellows don't
know, though, how many Bleepy nights
I've passed thinking abont that harbor.
Its a tough qnestion. Huntington has
passed many nights at my bonse and he
said Santa Monica was tbe place where
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1894.
tbe commerce of tbe earth abould land.
1 aaid Hanta Monica while the old man
waa tbere. Yea, ita a great question,
this thing of San Pedro or Santa Monica ;
in fact, ita too great for me,-ao I gueae
I'll go on in my own quiet way raising
prunea and raiaina and let you fellowa
here in 1.0-i Angelea tight it out,"
8 IVXBBIDI hKLEGAtKe AMAZED.
Mr. Hoover, on behalf of the mem
bers oi tbe Riverside delegation, eaid
that he felt tbe intereeta of all tbe coun
ties are identical—tbe aoil iaone and tbe
same and the aimple lines dividing the
counties amount to nothing. Mr,
Hoover stated that he and hia associates
were amazed at tbe magnificence of tbe
dieplay in the rooms and tbe elegance of
the quartera occupied by the chamher
of commerce. Tbey exceedod tbeir ex
pectations
Judge N. Blackstock, one of Ventura
county'a moat progreasive residents, waa
called upon and told bow Ventura came
to the front by advertising. He favored
exhibits at etate and county faira and in
expositions. Tbey did more to attract
immigration than anything else.
E. 11. Forreater of tbe local board of
oupervlsora in a brief speech commented
upon the benefits derived from tbe ex
hibit at tho midwinter fair and tbe
magnificent results of the citriua ex
hibit at the world's fair. He compli
mented the chamber on ita work both
at home and abroad. He favored
united action by the several boarda of
supervisors, not only by boarda in
Southern California, but throughout the
etate.
SANTA IIA KB AH A AND ORANGE,
ES, B, Sawyer, oi Santa Barbara, on
1 V- -11 „1 .1 l . 1 HU...J KtuiHHM ■'*
UOUHII VI ,UO UUmu cjuDBDOu |HU.nuiu c.
meeting members of other connty
boards of supervisors. He considered
the proposition of a anperviaorial con
gress a good one and thought it would
result in much good.
J. Yoch, of Orange, on behalf of bia
county advocated legislation in regard
to the tramp question, the road ques
tion aud sewer improvements. He sug
gested that ttie several boards appoint
committees to meet and take steps to
formulate measures to be presented to
ihe nexv legislature.
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
Un motion uf Arthur G, Nason of San
D.ego it waa decidod that when the
congre-e adjourn itadjirtrn to meat to
day at 1 o'clock in the Chamber of com
merce rooan. Mr. Nason also pre
sented resolutions in regard to the
N car.igtii canal and a telegram to Sen
ator Morgan in regard to the same.
The resolutions wero adopted and the
telegram ordered cent. The reßolti"
lions road:
Whereas. The construction of tho Nic
aragua c.mai will greitly Increase the
trade between the l'aciiio coaßt und the
eastern and southern states, wilt extend
tho commerce of the United Sutes into
many new foreign fields, and will matte
tbe navy uf the United States etfioient
lor the protection of both ousts, adding
to the prosperity, satefund piace of
our nation; therefore be i', resolved:
First, Ilia* it is the imperative duty
of congress to give immediate attentiou
to the construction oi thia great work,
to be completed or government aisiat
ancs ii need he, but in any event to be
finally under government cintrol.
Second, That we urge our renatorß
it i i representatives to use their u'.m nt
inlla rice in favor of ativ substantially
satisfactory bill that hat beeu, or uiiy
bo, introduced.
Third, That we urge every c'tizsn of
Southern California to curespond with
hie friends iv congress, alao with influ
ential nersona anywhere who may be
able to assist in bringing about the
desired end.
The telegram was as follows:
Los Anoki.es, Dacarcber 11th.
senator Morsan, Washington, V, C.;
The convention ot supervisors of
Southern California send greeting: We
recommend your z salons champ-unship
of the Nicaragua canal measure. The
business interests of the nation, and par
ticularly of tbe Pacific coait, demand
government aid to and control of
the Nicaragua canal. Your prominence
aa a champion thereof exalts you in the
eyes of the business men of the nation.
MORE MONEY FIR IMMIGRATION.
F. K. Davis of Ventnra presented a
resolution, which was adopted. It reads:
Hsßolved, Tbat it is tbe seme of the
supervisors and supervisors-elect of
Southern California, iv convention as
sembled at Los Angeles, tbis day, De
cember U, 1801, that the sum allowed
by tho county government act to the
boards of supervisors of the first, second,
third and fourth clasiea for the purpose
of immigration, should be increased
from $2500 to (5000, and that tbe sum
allowed fur similar purposes to tbe
counties ot all other classes be increased
from $1000 to $2500.
Tho convention then adjourned and
took carriages to the Southern Pacitic
depot, where they boarded a epeoial car
and left for Whittier.
STATE DIVISION.
Some dissatisfaction was expressed
when the announcement was made tbat
the harbor and pt*t« division qn««tinna
Midsummer Honors
#From the
Midwinter Fair.
California, in her goiaen prime, never before achieved so
grand a triumph as at the Midwinter Fair just closed.
Among the honors conferred at the fair was bestowal o*
the highest award including gold medal, on
Dr. Price's Baking Powder
. As at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the award
to Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder at. San Francisco, was
for highest quality, demonstrated by expert analysis, under
direction of U. 8, Government Chemists. The requisites,
in each instance, were superiority in leavening power, per
fect purity of constituents, uniformity and wholesomeness.
Dr. Price's is thus confirmed and permanently established as
positively the
Best Bakinsr Powder Ever Made:
wonld be tabooed. Mr. Naaon of San
Diego, who ia a strong advocate of atate
diviaion, baa announced that he would
urge action on thia qoeation. In hie in
side pocket he bad a buried reaolution,
but the remarks of Attorney Graff pre
vented the springing of them. Tbe pre
amble and reaolution wbich will be pre
sented today reads:
It ia evident tbat the principles of
local self-government, within iawfol
limiti, ia one of the chief foundation
atone* of onr form of government.
It ie evident that the atate of Califor
nia, extending hundreda of milea north
and south, embraces in ita preaent boun
daries variona difference! of climate,
aoil and production, euch aa compel the
opportunities, occupations and neces
sities of ita citizens in the aonthern
portions of the atate to be foreign, op
posite and antagonistic to thoae of tbe
north.
It is evident that owing to theae in
surmountable and irreconcilable differ
encea, imposed by nature, harmony of
intereat and concord of pnrauit among
tbe people of tbia etate are impossible.
It ia evident tbat witb the continuoua
increaae of population and wealth tbia
utter abaence of similarity of intereat is
becoming more noticeable, injurious and
oppresaive in ail of onr social, businsss
and political relations as citizens and
taxpayers in tbe came commonwealth.
It ia evident tbat the time haa arrived
when the amicable divorcement of the
northern and aoutbern portiona of tbia
immense state is not only desirable but
advisable.
Therefore, in consequence of tbe fore
going, and believing that the interests of
all citizens and taxpayers can be best
eubserved by giving them the opportun
ity to legislate directly for and upon
their own interests, without the inter
vention of claims rendered opposing by
situation and nature, it ie hereby
Resolved, By the supervisors of South
ern California in convention assembled,
that it is advisable to use all lawful
means to secure a divieion of tbis etate,
ac demanued by the differences of cli
mate and aoil, and to continue the effort
until the new state of South California
is enrolled in tbe federal union, witb all
the rights, privileges and prerogatives
appertaining to a member of our great,
progressive, free and enlightened United
States of America.
THU SI'PRKVISORS AT WHITTIER.
Whither, Dec. 11.—TSpeoial to the
Herald ] —About 40 supervisors of
Southern California visited the Whittier
school in a special car furnished by the
Southern Pacific, and they were met on
their arrival by tiie band from the re
form schcol. After a good, wholesome
eupuer, President Mullen gave a most
stirring address of welcome, after which
a short but excellent programme was
rendered by tbe school and many ad
dresses made by visitors, the general
tenor of which was highly commenda
tory of the management and nf the
school and promise a cordial and hearty
co-operation and support on tbe part of
various boards of supervisors.
PERSONAL.
J. I) McNab of Riverside ia in tbe
city.
K. .1. Caldwell of Sao Francisco is at
tbe Nadeau.
M. I. Borden of Chicago is at tbe
Ho llenbeck.
John C. Fisher, a merohant irom Sin
Diego, ie flitting Lot Angelea.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Drake ol
Tucson, Arir., are in tbe city. BHI
J. O Byxbee, • prominent vineyard
ist of Fresno, ia at the Hollenbeck.
A. J. Harrell of Visalia, owner of the
Nadeau property, is in tbe city.
James A. Fleming, ex-mayor of Hue
nix, ia stopping at tbe Nadeau.
Matthew Ryan and family of Leaven
worth, Kan., are at the Nadean.
Lieutenant Oliver of the Naval Re
serve eorpa. leavea today for Washing
ton on orders from the tecretary of the
navy.
W. H. Hallett, a prominent whole
sale hardwood lumberman of St. Louis.,
arrived in the city yesterday and will
spend tbe holidays with his wife and
children, who are at the Hotel Green,
Pasadena, for the winter.
Among the late arrivals at tbe Hotel
Ritnona aro T. H. Cot Tin, Weston L.
Pressey and wife. Portland ;C. A. Orr
and wife Selma; H. B. Hamies, San
Bernardino; S. F. Nelßou, Whittier,
and B. K. Jeffrey, San Franciaco.
Orr & Pattereon, funeral directora and
etnbalruers; fair prices; first claee set
vice. 147 North Spring; telephone 05.
It's as plain as that "enow is white"
tbat Desmond, the hatter and men's
furnisher, in the Bryaon block, iB beat
ing all competition in Loa Angelea aa
easily as the Japs are knocking out the
Ciiinese. That's his way of doing busi
ness and it's worked ao well tbat he
proposes to keep it up. See his show
windows thia week in the Bryaon block
for hia bargaine in $2.50 bate and holi
day neckwear, suspenders, gloves and
underwear.
Diamond street auction today.
Mrs. David, Bigger
Chills and Fever
Left me emaciated, with distressing cough, n<
appetite, patn in chest, shoulder, back and
Cures
ilomaeh. Four bottles of Hood's SarsaparlUa
fare me strensth. Rood appetite anil health
Ins. DAVID ISiocek, WlleoX, Nebraska.
Hood's Pills win new friends daily.
AT
AUCTION!
—the: —
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TODAY,
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A, M., on the grounds. Taks the
Temple-street car.
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charge for consultation*. Beware of imita
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12-20 wed fri-inn
AMtSKMKNTS,
Corner Sixth and Hill sts
PUBLIC RKHEMIS.U IOIIIf, DSC 17,1891.
The Woman's Orchestra
OF LOS ANGELES.
Under the direction of
MR. H. E. HAMILTON.
TICKETS 25 CENTS.
Reserved seats 25c extrn, to be obtained nftor
Deo. latitat Blancnard & Fitzgerald's music
•lora. 12-10-mon wed-suu mou-4t
Black Dress Goods 50c a Yard.
j. T. SHE WARD
"V "\ 7"ALK RIGHT IN without knocking. The cloaks
It at we have for sale at a big redaction must be exam
ined and tried on before we can hope to sell y in. You can
see tbe original price on every garment, and from this we
will give you a good, big reduction. In reading the adver
tisemeut of a New York business man, the remarkable
statement was made tbat be had increased his business over
1000 per cent through tbe methods he employed in adver
tising. In studying bis method;; he was found to be adver
isi ng very largely aud selling his goods very much less
than any competitor in tbe .same line of business. If be
could do this why couldn't we ? The aggregate profits
would be larger. The business more satisfactory. The trade
would be better satisfied. We commenced to sell dress
goods at a big reduction. We advertised the fact in over 20
papers, and the trade is more than treble what it was a year
ago. We are selling out all our finest imported dress goods
that have been selling for 60 to 85c a yard for 50c. This in
cludes all our finest and best goods. We are selling out a
large lot of fine imported dress goods that have been sell
ing from $1 to $2 a yard for 75c. We are selling out a big
lot of silk and velvet remnants at a big reduction from the
regular price. We are now largely increasing the cloak
trade. Two weeks ago we commenced to sell cloaks at a big
reduction. We now state that we have sold more than four
times as many cloaks as we had been selling in the same
length of time. This is a remarkable statement, and true
in every way. F.very cloak in this house, every fur and
every shawl and cape is being largely cut iv price. On the
Ist day of January there will be remarkable improvements
made in the interior of tbis house. The stocks will be
changed around and enlarged. From vow on the prices will
be cut more severely than ever. The trade" will begin to
show a large increase. Tbe increase has been large the past
two months. This is only an indication of what it will be
when the new and more progressive ideas take a firmer hold
ou the public. Now is the time to buy cloaks and dress
goods at the biggest reduction ever made in this city. Ele
gant canes free with ass purchase. Monday was the larg
est day's trade we have had for a year. The low prices have
taken a firm hold on the public. Remember, the cash must
come with the sale.
HO rBI.S AND RESORTS.
ADPVf I/ CENTRALLY LOCATED, OLIVE AND~BEOOND ST3
111 7 1 l'jlj jAIivT 1 VjVj Dity boarders. Rooms elegantly furnished. All mod
crn convenience*. Table cannot besurpassed. Terms rcasonnV:'. I\ !:, liARTON*. Prop.
IIa»T IT I IVf'f ll V BB«)ND AND HILL—FAMILY HoTi-.L. APPOINT
IIv / 1 J'jlj Jvl.l\v I /Ijil ments perfect; electric cars 1 i all oointss.
' THQS. PASCOB. Proprietor.
777 \TI ' I DfaCtiAl { i !■> 1/ 410 WE-T SIXTH ST., OPP. CENTRAL PARK
111 11 It" Inn y\ V / 1 Y,Vj First-class family and tourist accommodations
Heard br day or week. Terms reasonable, 11. R KELLY, l'ror.
r PI 11/ \I"PU(I A I > V l; ORNBK SECOND AND HILL- SI'S. FINEST DINING
1 1I Vj i I 7 1 11 Pilli.! room in the city; American plan. Kates, 02 per day
and up. Elegantly furnished room«. Suites with bath. (JKO. M. BA HCOU X, Proprietor.
tiArmi \\t i rrii 'CP 411-427 north main St.,is ukexokllbo in
IjV'r l 1 .>l*\l> ill /I Pli Loi Aurilcb at any nric«, being first class only.
|11.36 t0i(r2.50 per day; lontrer an agreed. T. W. STROBRIIKiB. Prop'r.
-a r/'\'-p|-i T \\>(' Vl\T A SANTA MONICA. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S
H\-| AX!iAj iVIIV .V 1 'liV famous anrnmer and winter retort. Offers special
reduced rati:.- FOitTiiF. next (10 DAYS. The matehloss reputation of the table will ba main
tained. Surf bathing delignlfui. Hot salt water baths a special feature. U3 minutes'ride from
Loa Angeles. Visitors will be shown ore." the house, aud suitable reduction In rates quoted.
S. REIN HART", Propriotor.
T>T-i r\/"kXT \ Uf ITP T REDONDO, CAL. THE MOST PoPU
-1 rl-lli SXVj\J\ 'il ' Il\ I L WIJ larwinter resort on tho oimsr. Acces
sible by trains ol i lie Sootncrn California and, Kedondo Rallwaya; 40 minutes' ride from Lo
ad gee's. Jtvery room anontaide one. Sunny and bright. Excellent table. Billiard parlot.is
DanciDfr rjora and tenui-i ooiirt. Hot salt water swimming and plunge baths near hotel. Ftne
nahing from the wlmrf. free transportation tn und from l.os Angeles to weekly or monthly
guestr. For description and illustrated books aud ratesapp yto
D. O'NEILL,
Redondo Hotel, Redondo Boach, CaL
Or to CITY OFFICE REDONDO RAILWAY,
Bradbury Block. Loc Angeles.
THE HOLLENBECK i
Best Appointed Hotel in Ipjl^
Los Angeles, -:^SfiaiW^i%
American and European Plans, ■ ''*<&H
Central Location. \ J
First-class service.
Reasonable Rates. ' .\ v
Finest Cafe in the City 4kJ^.^f*^wVßWH^^^7
In Connectiou,
A. C. BILICKE &• CO.,
10-7 6m PROPRIETORS. *~
AMI7SKMKNTS.
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IT OS AN<SKL.UB THKVI'ISK.
Yj Und<r Direction nf Al. HA V.MAN.La]
C. M. WOOD, Lessee. ...11. C. VVYATI, Mgt ■
ONLY 4 NIGHTS MORE,
DEC. 12th, 13th, 11th, 15th,
SATURDAY MATINEE, jj
David Henderson's
AMERICAN EXTRAVAGANZA
■) Company.
ALADDIN, JB. I
Original $80,000 Production |
llntact.I Intact.
NOTHING OMITTED.
NOTHING CURTAILED. I
NOTE-Owing lo the length of th" per- B
formanceihe curtain will rUe at 8 o'clock, B
prompt. This is positive.
Seats now on sale.
Prices $1.50. $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
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UMIV CHUKUH. , „,„ „
Cor. Third aud Hill Btl
Tuesday aud Wednesday Eveuin?!?,
DECEMBER IHTU and 19Tir.
Wednesday Matinee, 3:30 P.M.
The Great
Musical Prodigy,
BLIND TOM!
His Mind is an Opera of Beauty,
Written by the Hand of God.
RESBRVED SEATS, $1, 75c aad 503.
SPECIAL MATINEE PRICES.
Seats on salo at tho A. W. Bony Stationery
Co., 1-0 South Spriug st., ou and alter Tuesday,
Decern her 11 til
A Cure That Cures.
IrTJTTT? I have cured thousands, and cau
J-VJli 1 J cure thousands more who sulfur
hs yo i do, of Kmisaious, Impotency, Nervoui
Debid y, Varicocele uud Bbrun*.-n Puts,
caused by self abuse, by a simple remedy fl bit :t
cured me, recipe for watch 1 will send (ai ih lIJ
FRKK to any BuHeri j r. Address with stamp
DAY.D ii. KHMs?.Cts S7O Kogiewo '~ LU
11-17 Ijt
A M USEMKNTN.
BtliliANK SHIM IKK.
Main atreet, between Fifth and Sixth.
Freda. Coopxk, Manager.
The Novelty of Novelties—Week Commencing
Sunday, Dc c. 9 h—Every evening durinx thi
Week and Saturday llatince—The Only Twin
Stars iv the World,
WILLARD AND WILLIAM
N EL W ELL,
In tho Beautiful, Romantlo Drama,
"The Corsican Brothers."
Supported by the Entire Cooper Company.
New and Beautiful Seen ;ry.
tfftgnlflOAQt Costumes,
Admission 10, 20 and 30c. Box stats AO and 75c
rpUALU OONOKHT HA 1.1.,
JL Dowaey bik, N. Mala sU
ADMISSION FREE.
Come and Hear
SADIE ALLY N N
ALSO
BERT ROXIE
The Silver Tenor.—Alao the Lo» Angeles
Favorite,
MISS GENEVA HAZELTON
The Eccentric Como- The American Night
dian, iugale,
BILLY MORTON. MISS BERTHA ONZOLn
Concert from 7::i0 to 1-. Change of pro
gramme every week.
N. li.—Closed Sundays. tf
YEW VIENNA KUI'FKT,
IN 111-llii Court st.. Los Angeles.
F. KEKK.OW, Prop.
ARMAND AND GRANVILLE,
Interna.ional Operatic and Character
change artists, formerly of New York
MISS R EL'T A QOUQH,
Tho Uieui Favorite from thu Orpheum, Ban
Krauctsco.
CARMEN.
The B.aullful sp&ulah Dancer.
Berth Family Orchestra.
Concert evory eventnß from 7:Ht> until 13,
and Sittllrd y matluee i j om I to 4 p, tn.
f2s»r~Fine coram T«ial much. Fltn at cuisine
mi uf n.!'' ■ ■ ■ ! '■ Ii "tr--.
saint* Fe, Springs
Hedieal and Surgkal Saoitariiißi
Twe'.vc miles from I i»s Angeles, via Santa Fa
railway. The place for ho we<ry to rest and
tuo sic* to get well, hot awl no d nuli.taur
bai hs at popular pttcoi Corrcspondauce lolio
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