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ARTISTIC MEAT DISPLAY.
SOMETHING UNEQUALED IN THE
BUTCHER LIKE.
Iff.ad, Wright ssCo.'s Holiday Arrange
ment or Dressed Meats—Something
Abont the Butcher Business.
Death in any form ia and to contem
plate, and the man who oan make a
thing of beauty out of a corpse or • col
lection of them is doing something out
of the ordinary, but it can be done, and
has been done at the wholesale
butchering establishment of Mead,
Wright A Co., 138 North Main Btreet.
R. L. Wright of this firm oon
seived tbe idea of making a Christ
mas display out of tbe materials to be
fonnd in a butcher shop, and the whole
force of the great establishment wae
put to work on the idea.
Now, there isn't anything strikingly
handsome abont a dressed beef or tbe
body of a late lamented ebeep or hog.
ordinarily, but the men employed by
Mead, Wright & Co. are up to all the
tricks oi tbe trade, even to making an
artletic thing out of a aide of beef or the
caroaes of a ebeep. So when toe groat
wagons used by this concern in their
wholesale trade came lumbering up to
the shop yesterday they wore rilled with
artistically butchered beevee, cheep,
lambs, calves and hogs.
The force employed at the chop, under
the direction of B. F. Crawley, the fore
man, set to work to arrange the in
terior of the well appointed place. It
took an eye for the beautiful to arrange
tbat display. The ceiling and walls
were bung thick with the dressed meats,
interspersed with hanie, bacon, pre
served and crooked meats of ail kinds.
The arrangement waa made orderly
and artistically, and then with colored
tissue papers, palmß und evergreens
wrought" into aeat and attractive de
signs, the trimmings were put on. Col
ored electric lights were arranged in
appropriate placeo throughout tbe die*
play, and laat night when the lights
were turned on and cnet fantastical
abadows on tbe long array of ohoice
meats, the effect waa wonderful.
The effect of the colored lights and
artistic triiumiugß lent a certain beauty
to a beefsteak or a mutton chop or well
proportioned ham, which must he seen
to he appreciated. It is well worth n
visit to the Dlnce to ccc the unique und
t.rtidtie display of uieatß.
The place occupied by Mead. Wright
& Co. Is one of the iineat uppointed
iiiaos on the coast in ordinary attire
mid when this lavish display was ar
ranged tbe intorior was certainly a
thing of beuuty.
The present firm of Meed, Wright &
Co commenced doing a wholesale busi
ness at tbis place in April 181)4, though
the house bad been occupied and used
ac it meat market for a long timo pre
viously. Tbe volume of business done
lit the drm bttß grown from the otart,
t.tcadily and surely until now it equals
und perhaps surpasses that dono by any
firm of she kind in Southern California.
This firm eojoye (he proud distinction
oi having broken a meat monopoly iv
.this city and the public at large, ac well
; as the retail butchers of the city appro
ciuteß the fact and accord tho firm a
liberal patronage.
lifting been able to control the price
of butchers' meals from the very day
ripen which it etarted in business, the
:. mill steadily maintained its hold upen
i.... trade, and has done business at a
proUf to itself as well as the public, and
c mpolled the other wholesale firms to
, nine flown to the level of live and let
i ye. It hue broken the hold of b ino
r>orw»ly upon tho peoplo and ie proud of
. mi fact.
" .rhapß ths thing which has- had
t to do with the success of the firm
■ i Aloud. Wright & Co., in its efforts to
. lfnfg.li meats el living prices to ail,
lvii oeeu ttie business aou'men and
..' :l;tv «« a meat buyer of R. L. Wright,
rhS resident manager of the institution.
Mr. .Wright enjoys the distinction of be
irm the peer of any stockman in the west,
Ill's judgment being clear and correct
v lion it comes to dealing iv cattie or
meat suppliee.
The few people who prophesied ttat
the institution Binned by Mead Wright
.i f : (Jo., would be n "aummee shop,"
mint now see them winter and enm
nier, for the bueineßS has
frown from a small beginning to
phenomenal proportione, and the future
promisee much more for it than the past
bae given. Summer und winter, year
in and year oat, the business will go on.
Business sagacity baß boon shown
by the introduction oi all tho modern
machinery and appliances known to the
butcher business. The sausage factory
turns out something like a ton of
sausage a day, snd this is probably the
largest thing of the kind iv Southorn
California.
JOTTINGS.
Tronic* and leather Uondi,
All styles and varieties. Large stock always
on band, aud repairing n, specialty. J. C. Cuu-
Blnahbuj, 280 ti. Springs). Tel. 818.
Wagner's Kimberley.
158 N. Main, opposite old court bouse. Specs
nrd eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch aud
jewelry repairing. Also diamonds aud line
j weiry at lowest ligures. Waguer, the o!d re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobelein's lager, fresh from their
bre-very, ou draught iv aU the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly iv bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 4.11 AlUj btreet, twle
phone 81.
Stop Paying Rent by Building
Through tbe Savings Fuud and Buiidiug So
ciety of Los Angeles. Monthly payments.
Twciftb annual series nowopen. E, H, tirasett,
secretary, room 103 Wilbon biock. First and
Spring.
Mirrors, both French aad (ierman plate, can
now be bad at a great saving on former prices.
French mirrors, both plain aud beveled; also
ueveled plates made to order. All work guar
anteed. H. Raphael A Co., 410 H. Springst.
Depot for Tortoise Shell.
Exceptional designs, largest assortment in
geduine tortoise shell hair ornaments, 50c
:|.wi.rd. imperial Hair bazar, 224 and 226 W.
second tt.
Orchardists, Look Out!
Don't buy any trees until you have consulted
Jerome Caldwell, general agent Alexander <&
Ilammon's nurseries, Blgga, Cal. Office, Hatick
bouse, Dot Angeles.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
:n bulk and cans, 00 cents, lull quarts; fine, fat
and juicy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotels
ucd restaurants. Fred Haniman's Mutt Market.
Fine Fruits and Vegetables.
F. very body Bays Bichardson, Lowry A Co.,
100 K. First st„ have the nicest and cleanse
h uit store In Los Angeles. Telephone 1378,
Columbian Coal.
try our Columbian lump coal, $8 per ton
l- llvered to any part of the city. Hancock
:unnlag, 130 West Second st.
The Corfu, 130 1/3 South Spring.
i.'hristmas dinner, 11 to 2 and 4 to 7. Tnrkey
.ouug pig,mince and s«umu pits, Meals, 25c.
LOCAL MENTION.
Weather Bareau Report.
Temperature and Forecast—Report of ob
servations taken at Los Angeles Decem
ber 38, lefH. [Note— Barometer reduced to sea
level.]
:00 a.
«0p.
Maximum temperature, 02.
Minimum temperature, 43.
Today's Forecast,
Southern California— Fsir; somewhat coo'cr
in the cast portion: frosts in the north portion
tonight aud probably Monday night; light,
generally northern winds.
Life reading, $1; satisfaction guaran
teed. Fanny Green, 144 8. Main, room 3.
Tbe largest display of Christmas pres
ents in California ia to be seen today at
Desmond's, No. 141 South Spring street,
Bryson block.
Great all-day meeting at Peniel hall
tomorrow, Christmas. Love feast at
9:30 a. m. Rev. Joeeph Smith preaches
at 2 o'olock and 7:30.
Desmond's, in tho Bryson block, is
positively tbe best and cheapest place
in Los Angeles to buy hate, holiday
neckties, bosiery, glovee, suspenders,
etc.
Fred Helker fell in a fit on Spring
etreet yesterday afternoon and was
treated at the receiving hospital. W.
L, Howe was also given medical treat
ment.
Dan A lion, an old soldier, was treated
at tho receiving hospital last night for a
fracture of tbe shoulder. He fell on
Commercial street. His injuries are
quite serious.
A Mrs. Tomer was erreeted yesterday
on Spring etreet by Officer Singleton and
charged with insanity. She was taken
lo tbe county jail to await an examina
tion before the lunacy commission.
Rev. P. B. Williams, Portland, Or.,
lecturer Christian Reform association,
Chicago, will speak tonight on The
Kvile of Secret Sooietiee, in lecture
room, third floor Y. M. C. A. building.
Tbe Third Congregational Sabbath
school will have its Christmas tree, wilb
appropriate exercises, Tuesday evening.
One feature will be the gifts brought by
members and frienda of the ecbctol for
Ihe poor.
©Strong evidence is said to be in pos
session of tbe officers against "Doc"
Waring and Harry Gray, charged with
sandbagging and robbing the Terminal
station assut at San Podro. They are in
| the city jail awaiting examination.
The display of meats for the holidays
made by Charles Gaseen, the pioneer
butcher of tbie city, excels anything
previously made at any time in i s his
tory. No city on earth seldom, if ever,
equals hie magnificent display. It will
do a person's soul good to cjme and look
' at it.
If you know what you want, and if
you don't know what you want go to
Desmond's, in tbe Bryson block—per
plexities are quickly eettled by bis al
j mCBt endlose varieties of huts, gloves,
necktiee, collars, cuffj, etc.—thousands
oi things you have never thought of
will meet your gazs. Twenty per cent
cut on all $2.60 bats today.
Today ia the last day to prepare for
Xtnae; the laat day iv which to decide
i upon and select ttie various tukene you
intend to give to rhoso you love and for
your own benefit as well as Desmonds
of No. 141 South Spring street; we ad
vise you not delay any longer but ac
cept fiis opportunity to inspect
Desmond's remarkable and unequalled
assortment of "sensible" Xtnae gifts in
up to date bats and men's ftirniehiuge
of every description ;20 per cent cut on
all rogular $2.50 bats today.
MEMORANDA.
Holiday special at Vollmers', 116 South
Spring etreet, near First. Grand wind
up o( tbe most euccessltil holiday liusi
nesß in our career. We chall devote
Monday to tbe interest of-our customers,
aud have marked our entire stock down
so tbat sifts can now be bought for a
mere eong. Q ladropie-plated ten sets,
' consisting ot tea pot, sugar bowl,
creamer and spoon holder, today only
$5 95 per set; regular value ie $10.
Triple-plated butter diehes $1 each.
Semi-porcelain dinner acts, decorated in
three colore, 115 pieces, today $10.
Triple-plated cbildren'e seta, consisting
;ot knife, fork, spoon, mug, und napkin
ring, 75c per rot. Semi-porcelain tea
sets, three colors, $3.70 per set. Quad
i tuple plated cuke baskets $2.10, All
our stock cut down for today. Kxtra
reductions in eilverware.
.lust think of it! Today you can buy
beautifully framed etchings for $2, $2.25,
and $2.50 nt Ltcutcoberger's art em
oorium, 107 North Main street. Take
advantage of this offer and buy some
thing which ths whole family will ap
preciate.
To the public—We have opened at
408-410 S. Broadway, under chamber of
commerce, with a new mid complete line
of furniture which we are selling at
factory prices. Give us a call before
purchasing elsewhere. J, S, Bennett
AOo.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doreey, Stimson
block, first floor, rooms. 120, 130, 141.
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women and
children. Electricity scientifically ueed.
Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227.
S. Conradi, jewoler and watchmaker,
113 S. Spring etreot, makes a specialty
of fine watch and jewelry repairing,
diamond Betting; an elegant line of opti
cal goods; a fine etock of watches and
jewelry always on hsnd.
Special—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photos in tbe city, re
duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art
Parlors, 236 South Main street,
Mathnsbek and tbe Briggs sweet tone
pianos for sale and to rent at No. 118
Winston atreet. A, G. Gardner, prac
tical piano tuner.
John R. Paul, funeral director and em
balmer. Satiafaotioa guaranteed. 419
aud 421 Downey avenue, East Lob An
geles. Telephone 1365.
Adama Bros., dentists, 'J.'iv... South
Spring Btreet. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The best seta of teeth from $6
to $10.
Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block. Fifth
and Broadway, rooms 24 and 25. Res.,
1033 Floweret. Tel.,office 1421; res. 116.
Tbe Advance Davis sewing maohine ie
the beet. Office, 128 South Main Btreet.
Sharp & Samaon,funeral directora (in
depsndsnt), 636 S. Spring st.; tel. 1029.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, for $6 each. 128 South Main st.
Mrs. Oswald makes corsets to order
at tbe factory, 603 South Broadway.
All kinds of sewing machines to rent;
128 South Main street.
Insure with A, C. Goleb, 147 South
Broadway.
Xmaa presents Campbell's curio etore.
Rooma $2 a week. V. S. hotel.
Bargaina in Pina and Ricgs.Campbeli's.
Gattar r.aeeoos.
Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by
Prof, Arevelo, room 120 Wilson bioca.
LOS ANGELES HERALD MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24. IBM.
ON THE TRAMP PROBLEM.
AN IDEA MODELED AFTER THE
BAVARIAN SYSTEM.
Make the Tramps Work Whether They
Want to or Not. bat Pay
Them for It.
"An idea for tbe solution of the tramp
problem, and at the same time the im
provement of the streets of the city
ceold be drawn from the Bavarian
system of handling unemployed labor
ing men," said Dr. J. Horsch to a re
porter of The Herald yesterday. Dr.
Horsch was for some time on the clinical
staff of a hospital in Berlin, and has
seen the practical workings of the tramp
colonies of Sonthern Bavaria, where tbe
idea of tramp colonies originated.
"Tbe solution of the tramp question
and tbe amelioration of tbe condition of
the public streets of tbe oity are two
burning questions in Loa Angeles at
present. The development of the city
and ita advancement as a health reaort
and refuge for 'seather-bea'en easterners
will be guaged by tbe beauty of tbe city
and tbe prosperity of its people.
"Los Angeles at present mast be
prejudiced in the eyes of the people on
account of the condition of the streets
around the depotu end elsewhere, and
later on account of the number of
tramps and boggars.
"I believe it possible to keep tbe
tramp employed and upon the public
streets. It is done in Bavaria with
grand success. A man who cannot show
to the authorities there a piece of paper
testifying to tbe fact tbat he has worked
within tbe previous oight days is ar
rested and taken lo the colony where ho
works a month, receiving wages but not
until the mouth is up.
"I believe it possible to keep the
tramps, regardless of tbeir number and
regardless of thoir well known propen
sity for change of climate, at work upon
the streets of this city with profit to
themselves and tbe public as well.
"The tramp ebould be put to work at
an occupation and under circumstances
suitable to bim. He should receive the
necessaries of life and a small wage.
The habile and characteristics of the
tramp should be studied. The work
should not require auv skill nor any
tools. The work should be done, by
gangs of laborers, and ihe work should
and can eajtly he m«d9 congenial for the
tramp—strange ac it may eeem at first.
Tbat is the Bavarian method.
"Lst the city select some piece in the
hills surrounding the city. Select a
place where the material can be ob
tained for paving tbe etreets-that is
the rock. Have a colony established at
the place aud n portion of the tramps
constantly employed in taking out the
rock.
"Near by may be a placo where an
other force cau be put to work crushing
the rock by band. Each man has ins
share of the work to do and no more,
and all receive the same eiipend. A
thiid gang does the laying of the pave
ment. For each party a competent
overseer ie appointed, end under
hie direction the work is done.
"Give the workmen three meats a
day, puy them regularly and use them
kindly, aud in time they will under
stand that they are on a level with any
other laborers, and will be idle to care
for themselves. The main idea, yon
see, ie that the men most work, whet her
ibey care to or not, but they are not
misused. Many will coinn voluntarily
end with olhera force will have to.be
used, hut a eystem of credits for good,
behavior aud indoetry will soon make
them reorganize tbe fact that the beet
way to do in to be honest and in
dustrious.
"I know this method is succeeding in
nearly every part of Europe aud I
should like to ccc it tried here."
NEW ERA LABOR EXCHANGE.
A committee of this organization has
an appointment with the council Man
day morning to devise means to obtain
land and necessaries to make a start
toward giving work to the unemployed.
The exchange will meet at the New Era
church, corner Sixth and Broadway, to
day at 10 a. tn ,to discuss the objects
for which the association was formed.
All parties interested are invited to be
present. This organization was formed
especially to furnish work to all who
may wish it, whether tbey are members
or not, and is the only association that
has taken any decisive steps towarde
eolving tbe problem of work for the
unemployed.
Mr. John P. Wetmore, a prominent
real estate agent of San Angelo, lexas,
hre used Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for
several years n« occasion required, and
always with perfect euccees. He save:
"I find it a perfect cure for our baby
when troubled with colic or dysentery.
I now feel tbat my outfit ia not complete
without a bottle of tbia remedy at home
or on a trip away from homo." For sale
by t iff & Vaughn, corner Fourth and
Spring atreets, and C. F. Heinzeraau,
222 North Main etreet, druggists.
Cervantez Leather Carver, at Camp
qelt's.
Try a gal. Maltese club whiskey, $3.50,
unexcelled for purity and flavor. T Vacbe
rjt Co., cor. Comerc'l & Alameda, tel. 309
Max. Leather Goods, at Campbell's.
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AMUSEMENTS.
Lob Angeles Thbatbb.—This eveuing
tbat delightful actor Mr. Alexander
Salvini will oommenoe a week's engage
ment in Roy Bias, Victor Hugo's great
drama.
A critic of note says of Salvini in this
role:
Salvini has gained a mastery of this
young Spaniard's character, wbo mis
placed love rendere bim tbe victim of
any designing diplomatist and schemer
wbo might wish to nae bim as Don
Sallnste did. He ie picturssque, more
over, in bis treatment of the various
phases of his brief career at the Spanish
court—first the lacquey, "sighinglike a
furnace" for the love of the queen of
Spain, then the secretary to tna mar
quis of Finlas, Into whoss trap ha falls;
then in his rapidly advanced fortunes
till he becomes prime minister, and tbe
last scene of all where the marquis
(Don Sallostie) brings bim back to
his original position by tbe foolish
letters he had given him at the outset of
his career brings him down to the
earth from heaven to disgrace, and, as
Silvio did Ernani under somewhat aimi
larfconditiona, to death. Salvtni's bsst
scenes are in tbe council chamber,
where be arraigns tbe venal state min
isters—whose debate, by the way, wae
like a cbaper of the tariff wrangle in the
United States senate at the close of the
last session of congress.
This scene is folldwsd by an inter
view with tbe queen, who comes unex
pectedly upon him—a love passage of
the most exquisite kind. When she
parts with bim forever in the hopeless
ness of their mutual love come* Don
Sallnste—the demon following the angel
—and here Knv Blae undergoes an or
deal of humiliation th.it even to aver
age humeri nature would be lusupport
nble. In these three scenes Salvini
may be eaid to go through the whole
gamut of human passion and emotion
with a quickness and vividness that
shows a wonderful power of men
tality.
On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evenings he will appear in The Three
Guardsmen, on Friday eveuing in Don
( icier do Hez.in, and at the Saturday
matinee in Ami Fritz.
Tint Imtshiai. —Lovers of vaudeville
were cv. in full force nt;n!n I iet evening
at tins popular place of amusement, and
were regae-d witli n lengthy and attract
ive programme. Forster and Evans, as
elated by Master Willie, a precocious
youngster, aoueared !n a new eketcli
entitled A Soy in Camp, and were ml—
lowed tiy Ward and .Maiten, whose
clever banjo playing wae well received.
Hueeell end Ryder, Latnont brothers,
Bowen and Waiters and the Mayoe
troupe ol ekalere wore received as old
favorites, while among ihe newcomer.-'
Lalor and Ulllford, n clever Isnu of
comedians, and Darwin iv it novelty act,
at once won favor. The Uoi ziles chil
dren in specialty mot mill uvuu greater
favor than laet week.
Then came the living pictures. OI
course alter Aleddin last week, the put)
lie was supposed to bo Iqnd of lavish
exhibitions of the contours ol Ihe feu.a o
form, and the reception accorded to tn.
piclurea showed thai such a display was
exactly what Ihe audience wanted.
There were plenty oi pictures, nearly
all ol them formed of pretty girl models,
and the models were far from tieioir
burdened with clothes. Once in a while
one would appear with a suspicion ol
drapery about her, but apparently a
emile was about all tbat waa required.
The picturee were all reproductions ol
sccepted works of i rt. both iv painting
and sculpture, and unless one has pro
nounced objections to a suirgeetion of
tbe nude in encb works, there is no
necessity for cavil at tbeir representa
tion. There is plainly shown in the
arrangement a desire to avoid anything
vulgar.
Tue 131-un ink —Tbe Black Crook, up
to date, might appropriately be used as
a title to designate tbe play which Man
ager Cooper presents to tbe theater
going public of this nitv for the holiday
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Telephone 1472. Wells & Office cor. Douglas &JtV\_State sts.
week. Mr. Cooper has adapted a famous
play to tbe clientele of hit popular
house and has made a tremendous suc
cess of this, bis most ambitions venture
up to tho present time. Laet night, the
first of tbe presentation oi tbe Black
Crook at the Burbaok, the honse was
crowded from top to bottom. A "stand
ing room only" sign was in order.
In tbe fine setting of the play, the rich
scenic effects, the epectacular produc
tion and the costuming, the greatest
success was scored, though the produc
tion of tbe piay itself had few weak
parts, and a number of very pleasing
vaudeville acta were introduced by
artists of rare merit.
The play will continue throughout tbe
week, and doubtless tbe merit of it,
combined with the mirthfulness of the
season, will draw large crowds each
night.
Assault to Murder.
There was quite a row between two
old soldiers at tho soldiers' home Satur
day. Veteran Sullivan and Veteran
Foley fought each other until separated.
Sullivan is six feet tall, and he got of
with a few scratches. Foley came out
unhurt, but waa arrested ou a charge of
assault to murder. Foley denies tbe
cbargo. He was brought up from the
home by Constable-elect Johnson and
lodged in the county jail laet night to
await examination.
Opal Rings, Campbell's Curio store.
Blttea by a Dundee.
Ojcar Raeder. the 12 year-old son of
Mr. Raeder of 125 Pico street, wae bitten
by a bulldog at the ' First etreet ball
grounds yesterday afternoon. The
vicious dog bit the boy on the right
cheek, tearing the floab badly. The dog
belongs to William Yotine, a saloon
keeper on Macy afreet. The boy was
treated at tbe receiving hospital,
X uue present",Campbell's Curio store.
rtmnecnSM Psuy 'J'hafts.
There were numerous thefts reported
to tbe police Ba'nrday and yesterday.
Saturday was a big day lor pickpockets.
Officer Ed Smith arrested a Chinese
pickpocket whom he caught robbing a
lady shopper iv a Spring t-tieet store.
The thief (tot nothing. Many petty
thefts were reported. Chief (ilase
wains nil persons lo necureh fasicn their
bonnes on leaving home, and also lo be
more watchful on tho Btreet.
Th.. First Ne*e Ht liuurte.
The first macs in be chapel of St.
,Iobo"'i at Dmrte will be celebrated by
the Rsv. Father Bav«,ge of Montgomery,
Ale., on December2sth,Christmas day.
at 10:30 a. m. All me faithful are in
vited to at end ihe eervice, which wiil
horen'.tor he continued ut reattlar iuter
vals.
Op.il Pius. Campbell's Curio Btore.
Buy tne «N httney »«to trunk ana traveling
bsf. FaeTnry fa-i-i N. Mun st.
DIED.
! NARKY —ln this"city. Dec! -JJ, l«!)4, t'npt.
John Nurey, a native oi England, uged IS
years.
Friends Invited to attend the fur.em today
(\iondav. Dee -jtth) at '2 o'clock Iroin Ihe par
10 sot Robert L.Garrett it t " . <IMO North Main
street. Interment in catholic cemetery
Membe s of t'ourt Fremont Xo. '7(>o. A. O.
!F. of a. and ail Foresters, also Kni&bta Sber
i wood forest and members Of ilie drand Army,
are requested 10 attend tlie funeral of our
I brother, John Narey, at i! p.m. Monday, bee.
I Mill, from Ilie undertaking parlors ol Robert
I U Garrett A Co.. o.<o No-tb Main tlreet, Mem
> l»ers oi Court i r.-tnont arc requested to meet
at hall at 1 p.m. sharp,
i REYNOLDS—Died at Santa Monica, December
I liii, lyili. Lawrence Reynolds beloved
j lather oi T. 11. and .iohn Reynolds, wrs. .1.
Neville, Mrs. Met ailtaild Mrs C. Roller.
Funeral from Catholic cathedral, Los Ange
les. Monday December iietn,at V a.m. Friends
invited without further notice.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
Officers and .dembe-s of Los Angeles Lodge
No. «025, Knlghtsol Honor: You are requested
to meet at our lodge room at 1 p. in. sharp on
Monday, lie . 94. lHfll to attend tbe funeral
of our deceased brother. John v.. l.octin.
J. K. SWAM- liLUT, Dictator.
H.W. Resshaw, Reporter.
ZINFANDEL, 50 cts per Gallon
FREE DELIVERY.
C. F. A. LAST, Tel, 38.
Christmas Cheer 9
A Case of Fine Old
CALIFORNIA WINE
From C. F. A. LAST, 129 & 131 N. Main St., will warm
the hearts of your old friends.
New Year s Greeting m
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from C. F. A. LAST, 129 and 131 N. Main St.
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Hai the finest Old California Wines in the state to select from for
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220 S. SPRING ST.,
Opp. L, i. Theater and Hellenbeek Hots*
FURNITURE.
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Looiatoursiooiol Furniture aud •— »•»» •— ~~ n dmititdp tmiicr
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I>R. WHITE'S
a PRIVATE
W I DIBPENBARY
NERVOUS DEBILITY
Beminsl weakness, impotency, etc.. Inducing
tome of the following symptoms, cc dizziness,
eonfution of idea*, defective memory, aversion
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Painless Dentistry
ey
Fine Gold Filling*
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AUCTION !
Thursday, Dec. 27,1894,10 a. m.
—AT—
4,2 Temple St., Near Beaudry.
One square piano, one fine parlor suit, up
holstered in velvet, one parlor suit In crushel
plnsh, other easy cbalrs and rockers, one fine
range, "aienwood," nearly new, granite ware,
Ann large extension table, dining chairs, sofas,
bed lounges, settees, ball rack, hanging lamp,
g»s fixtures, dne lace curtains, shades, 3 bed
room suits, one pier giass, velvet enl Bruise.!
carpets.
If Sale positive; no limit.
Matlock & Reed, Auctioneers,
Office—l3l) South Broadway.
t\s. yfnlz Perfectly Strut. When Attirel
.„ •' in a Suit Made to Order by?
OABEL THE, TAILORi
312 South Spring st, below Third.
USEFUL XMAS GIFTS.
BEDROOM BDITB,
4wfT)9# CDIFFONIKB9,
aVN\i\ l/Wfil PARLOR AND OFFICE
DKSiiU, SIDSRJABD3,
jgM Wfif COUCHES AND
RKD LOUNGES
tJrWlTBni Ami Complete Line of
WMJyy|dblk Children's > arrisgei, Toi-
hit Hots snd Fancy Bock-
era at low prices.
*• T - MARTIN,
_ ; 461 Month Springs..
Fnrnitire lifT
TTNITED TRANSFER CO. makes a specialty
Uof moving furniture and pianos at r-ason.
able rates; also ba.gg H ge. Single 'ruuks. 35c
■ior more, special rates. Office 252 P B-oad
wav, near Ouy Hall. Ta, ]037 ' 12 3

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