BROADWAY WILL BE WIDENED.
The Council Denies tho Protest
Against The Report.
Hard Fight Made by Some of tho
The Council \> .''•ti a t.*r£« Amount or
Hluur Builnr-iia—Klekfi Against
the fJtrtaat Swooping.
Tho important measure before the council
yesterday was tha hearing of the protest
against the report of the commissioners on tho
widening or Broadway, between Ninth and
The dflOOJalon on tho pros and cons o! the
Issue occupied nearly the whole afternoon scs
•ion and at the end of the arguments tho coun
cil confirmed the report of tho commissioners
and denied the protest.
Outside of this, the council did little work of
especial interest. Tho report of the board of
public works was adopted entire and thus a
arga amount of street work was put under way
and a large number of street crossings ordered
put in or repaired.
The old street-swooping matter came up,
when the residents of Figueroa atreet sent a
representative to talk about the improper way
In which the sweebing is being done. Tho re
sult ot this was that the street sweeper will be
notified to a weep the streets properly or have
his bills disallowed.
A large number of petitions were referred to
the several committees. Tl*; hearing of tho
Bcllevue avenue sewer protest was deferred
one week more. The council adjourned to
Thursday morning at I) o'clock, when the
school bono proposition will he settled.
Thu appointment of a plumbing inspector
was ac&tn deferred, though there was a dead
lock over the matter, four members, lead by
Mr. Savage, being in favor of immediate action
and the four other.-, led by Mr. Mutison, favor
Tha rrotflut D*nled Hurt Com million*
*»r»* Report c infl ni <1
The hearing of the protest against the con
firmation of the report of the commissioners
on the widening and extending of Broadway,
between Ninth and Tenth streets, was made a
special order of the afternoon session.
Attorney J. L. Murphy appeared for the pro
testants. He stated that the council must not
understand his clients as attempting io stand
lv the way of any public improvement. "Our
conteniiou is that the report of the commis
sioners is unjust and that the work of the com
mission Is unlawful," said Mr. Murphy.
Many witnesses, mostly property owners ou
Broadway, were called and testified. The bur
fieri of their song was that the assessment was
/Unjust. Ono of the great objections to the
commissioners' repo* t was that the street rail
way company owning tracks on Broadway
which aro not used, is assessed only $100,
Another objection was that the assessments
diminish the further away from the place
where the street is to be widuned. Tho con
tention was that thu business property on
Jtroadway as far down as First or Temple
streets even should havo been assessed
nioro, as it is the most benefited.
Attorney Louis Oottschalk also argued the
case of tiie protesrants aud several attorneys
and others argued against the protest. At tho
conclusion of tho argument Mr. Klngory
moved that tin protest be denied and the re
port confirmed, and this motion was carried
THE LEGAL SIDE.
Action on tlit> <>itv Attorney's Report
to |h« Council.
Upon tho report oE the city attorney an or
dinance appointing three office deputies for
the city assessor's office until July was passed.
Also au ordinance abandoning right of way
for zauja across block i!l of tiie Wolfskin tract.
Tho draft of a contract with O. T. Sutton for
laying wooden pipe in Zanja No. u'-l and con
structing redwood flume across Palmetto
street, was presented and the contract up
Contract with Frick Bros, to lay 22-inch pipe
to zanja on Main street from Jefferson street
to charter boundary was approved.
Also a contract with tho Evening Express
Oompany for the city pr ntiug.
The attorney reported having examined the
deed tendered by P. H. Miu-tz aud W. 11. Carey
and approved it/as to form.
Also the demands of Fletcher and the fish
Commission for portions of certain lines, and
find the same correct.
Tin' attorney reported in the matter of the
recommendation of the city engineer that all
specifications be amended so that changes
may bo made in tho work or tho construction
of street work after the same has been awarded
and lite work is under way that the same can
not be done under the street law, for the rea
son that all work must be done in strict con
formity with tiie ordinance of intention.
Some Ar« Final and Some Only Show
An ordinance ol intention to grade Now Jer
sey avenue from Ecliandia to tit. Louis street
Ordinances of intention to sidewalk Temple
street, lonia street and Adams street were laid
over one week.
An ordinance of intention to establish tho
grade of State streetjrom Brooklyn avenue to
Fourth street was passed.
The final ordinance changing and establish
ing ihe grades of West Fourth street, Blxel
street and others was referred to the board of
The iinal ordinance permitting property
owuerson Adams stroet, between Naomi and
Hooker streets, to grade, gravel and curb tho
atreet ami lay sidewalks by private contract,
vas passed. Tho work must be done before
An ordinance of intention to improve Twen
tv-seeond street from Grand avenue to Figue
roa street with cement sidewalks was passed
An ordinance regulating tho keeping ol do
mestic fowls in certain limits was passed,
amending the former ordinance so that the
limits are extended fiom Union aveuuo lo Ver
An ordinance for opening Thirtieth ctrect
was passed and D. G. Glenn, A. E Meigs and
C. A. Vandcr Kuhlin appointed commissioners.
Action of the Couaotl oa the Report of
th» Finance Committee
The weekly reports of the city auditor on the
tsoudilion of the funds for the weeks ending
January Oth, 12th and 19th, were filed.
Recommend that C. P. Beckius be in
structed to havo the justification ol his sure
ties ou the original bond as a member of the
board of engineers amended so as to comply
(vith the charter provisions.
In the matter of the report of the city clerk
In reforenco to licenses for persons loaning
money on collateral security, tho committee
recommended that the city attorney be in
structed to prepare and present an ordinance
amending section 38 of the license ordinance
t > bs to provide a license for each person, firm
or corporation engaged in the business of loan
ing money and tafiug chattels in connection
With such loans for security at $10 per month
The recommendation was adopted.
•CoDAiderabla N*>w Street Work Fat
Pdanchard moved that tho engineer be in-
In-trueted to present tho ordinance of inten
tion to grade, gravel and curb with redwood
curb, and lay cement sidewalks on both sides
if Judion street, between Echaudia streetand
fitj-.te street, under the provisions of the Vroo
' man act. The motion carried.
Mutiion moved that the mayor bo requestod
to re: urn without his approval the ordinance
oi intention to change and establish thegraao
of Echandia street and Pennsylvania avenue,
the same being in -onflict with an existing
o dinance. The mot.on was carried.
Kingery moved that all bids for the survey
ing of Ponr.ie Brae tract be rejected, and the
cicrk instructed to advertise for proposals for
doim? said work. Tha motion was carried.
Pcssell moved that the city engineer be re
quested to preseu t an ordinance to grade,
gravel and curb with cement curb and lay a
< crinont walk five feet wide, under specifica
tions No. 5, on Maple avenue, between Twelfth
etreet and tbe south line of Pico street. Tho
motion was carried.
ivrsell moved that tho city engineer bore
quested to furnish description to the city a -
\ torney of land to be taken in the opening of
| Wall street, between Third and Pico streets.
\ The motion wascarriod.
t Kingery moved that the atreet superinten
\ dent be instructed to repair the crosswalks at
\ the corner of Fourteenth and mil streets,
Eighteenth and Grand avenue, Eighth and
olive nnd Ninth and I'oarl. Referred to the
board of public Work*,
Kingery moved that the board of pubic
works be requested to go to the comer of Union
avenue ttnd Ninth street to ascertain why tho
storm water should all bo turned off Lniou
avenue, causing i to flow east on Ninth to
Baok ley, causing that street, to carry more
than its thereof water. Referred lo the city
Kiugery moved that culverts be put in across
Rich street over Vernon s.reet and Union ave
nue „Ketfi,riofi to the hoftrd o» public work?.
. Bavagfl moved that the street superintendent
be instructed to repair the crosswalks on Allso
end Alameda, and Commercial and Vignes.
Referred to board of Public, works.
Stock welt moved that the atreet superintend
ent bu instructed to construct a crosswalk
ad oss Halo atreet on the east side of Hancock.
Also to repair crosswalks on Pasadena avenue
*t the west side Of Dal' street, on Daly street
eorOea PasadLMin avenue west side of Daly
street, across Pamdena avenue south Bide of
fleeter street, across Truman street north side
of Downey avenue. Referred lothebjnrd of
Ashman moved that East Sixth street be
tween Tulip street aud the river be roaded
tip; also Boyd street, lie roaded xm aud trees
cut down. Referred to the boara oi public
Snyder moved that the Consolidated Electric
Railroad company be instructed to place a
pipo running acrofcs Bcllevue avenue and New
High str-et to the northwest corner of Belle
vuo avenue to connect with the sink bosin for
the purpose of carrying off Water that torms a
lake on the south side of Bellovue avenue. The
matter was referred lo the board of public
fc'nyder moved that ihe stieot suporiiidendent
bo instructed to repair the crossing over Col
lege street ut the intersection of Casteiar
street. Also repair the crossings on Temple
street on the north side of the cable track at
Beaudry avenue. Reierred to the board of pub
Snyder moved that the street superintendent,
place a bridge across tho zanja near the old
Lacy earpot cleaning mill on Pasadena boule
vard, the same having been washed away by
the recent rains. Referred to the board of
PcsscU moved thatthe street superintendent
place crosswalks nt Twenty-eighth nnd Main,
nnd Pico nnd San tee. Referred to the board of
public work 3
Mr, Kingery moved that a erosawalk be
placed across Pearl street at Seventh. Re
ferred to tho board of public works.
B»raa Routine Msttzrs Whioh tha Ooiinoll
In** <. Up»u.
A message was received from the mayor re
turning the contract of Courad ?herer to fur
nish flagstones to the city. The contract was
referred to the city attorney for correction.
The mayor returned without his approval
the ordinance for sidewelking Pasadena ave
nue. Upon motion all proceedings in the mat
ter were abandoned.
Tha report from the board of police commis -
sloners, recommending the establishment of a
bianch police station near the comer ol Main
and Washington streets, was referred to the
finance committee, along with a recommenda
tion from the same body, asking that the city
purchase a gas meter and place it in the old
city hall under lock and key.
when H came to passing on the requisitions
sent ou by the finance commltteo there was a
discussion over the allowing of requisitions
for collars nnd hames for the fire department,
and for live- ilro badges. These requisitions
have been hardioad to travel for some lime.
Mr. Pessell was confident that the depart
ment lias all the collars it requires and tlie
matter was referred to the supply committee
The badge proposition was referred back. The
rest of the requisitions were allowed.
The report of the water overseer, asking that
the application of tho City Water company to
bo allowed to place a 33-luch pipe In ditch No.'
1, bo referred to the city engineer was
The report of tho sewer committee as
published, was adopted.
The streot superintendent recommended an
extension of time on J. 8, Haglcr's contract on
Lucas avenue. Tho extension was granted.
i). F. Donegnn was awarded the contract for
improving San Joaquin street.
The report of the sewer committee recom
mending the awarding of contracts for sewer
ing districts Nos. 4 and IJ was adopted and the
William Kiley asked the privilege of chang
ing the curb on Flower street, between Court
and Second streets, fr nn a redwood curb to a
cement curb. Tne privilege was granted.
Morn Trouble With thy Contractor Who
The residents on Figueroa and Pearl streets,
whore it is paved, presented a verbal petition
that tlie contractor having tho street sweeping
bo required to do tho work properly. The pa
titlon Stated, that the work la done* so imper
fectly and Improperly now that the property
of the residents is damageit and their heal h
impaired ; that dust rises In clouds when the
streets aro swept and settles on everything
around, even entering tho houses and injur
ing the furniture.
Thia brought up the matter of street sweep
ing und Mr. Munsou said that there WU no
doubt it is being done very badly now. He
said it made no difference because ttie eon
tractor only gets 40.33 per mile for sweeping,
when the lowest it wai ever done before
"The street sweeping Is not properly dono
and l believe that this council ought" not to
anprovo the hills." said Mr. Munson.
It was moved and carried that the contractor
be notified that unless the streets are properl/
swept the bills will not be allowed.
The streets- are now being swept by tho
bondsmen of J K. Hewlett, who tried to throw
up the contract some weeks ago*
FOR SAFER BRAKES.
The City Bnelnoar Will Slav** Expert
Opinion on the Matter.
The report of the city engineer upon the
matter of brakes used on electric cars in tho
hill district, meution of Which was made In
TBSHSBALn of Sunday, was referred back to
tho city engineer and power grant d him to
employ capable electrical and mechanical en
gineers at a cost not to exceed V&0 to consult
with on the matter.
In the matter of the storm water at the cor
ner of Tenth and Pearl streets, the engineer re
ported that the grade should be raised at
Flower street ou Tenth and lowered at Pearl
streot. The matter went to the board of public
Tho engineer reported having prepared
specifications for making house connections
with public sewers, and recommended an ordi
nance making ft a misdemeanor for any per
son failing to comply witli the specifications.
The matter was referred to the sower commit
A petition, from C. 0. McComas, asking that
tho storm watei on the corner of San Ilea ito
street and Pennsylvania avenue bo taken caro
of, was filed. The engineer recommended that
the grade of tho block between San Benito and
Cummings streets be raised so as to give a
three-foot fall, but it was stated by Mr. Munsou
that the matter could only be done on a peti
tion signed by a majority of tho property
WANT FIFTY MORE.
Tim Flr« Commissioner. Tall How Many
Koxn Are N«.d.d,
The requisition of tho chief of tho fire depart
ment for six new tiro alarm boxes, which was
referred to the tiro and water committee to
confer with the board of fire commissioners As
to how many tire alarm boxes tiro necessary,
was referred by the council to tho finance com
mittee. The tiro and wator committee reported
that the fire commissioners believe that 50
new boxes will bo uecossury to place proper
elarms necessary throughout the city.
Tho report of the Are commissioners recom
mending that the council request tho City
Water company when they arc placing new
fire hydantu, and tho size of the main will
justify it, to place twin tire hydrants, which
matter was referred to this committee, was
sent by the council to the city attorney. The
lire and water committee found that the water
company still charge from $59 to SJiiO, in ad
dition to placing the hydrant for placing twiu
Ths Counell Adupti tha Entire Bipa rt
The report of the board of public works was
adopted by piecemeal, Tha following action
was taken on the report:
Tha bid of W. G. Hughes to fiwnish the city
witli 100 tons of bituminous lime rook at $7.50
per ton, delivered in the corporation yard, was
accepted and tho cl y attorney iusiructed to
prepare and present the necessary contract
and bond. *
In tho matter for tho proposal* for tho im
provement ot First street from Flower to Hope
street, it appearing from a fur'her examina
tion oi the proposal of McGreal d; Alexander
that the said propoal does not nrov.de for tho
improvement of the sidewalk, and wm there
fore not the lowest bid proposed for doing said
work. The bid of W. L. Uiley for grading and
graveling at $1,80 per liueul foot, paving fut
T,OS~ ANGELES TIER A LPs TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY »9, 1895.
j ten til cents per lineal foot, curbing 15 cents |
| per lineal foot, was /v;cep ed an i tho aicum- |
: panylng resolution o( award was adoi-ted.
lv the nutter -jf tho petition oi C. E. Day et
rft timl thu report of the city engineer iv refer*
em em the name, further action n tho matter
was continued until th*- time for making the
next levy lof municipal purposes 'when we
ret-emmend tbe s me be inulttaed in said levy
li lottnd possible The oity e>erk was instruct
ed to not fy the supervisors of Los AngMes
county io cease turning tlte sewage 01 tno
county h*xplt*t Into the Arroyo deLns Poets,
t het the cPy will Jmld the county liable for all
damages caused by so turning said sewag i,
The petition from Margaret J. Miller «-t al.
asking that Twelfth street,between Rurllngton
tna wearlake avenues, be graded, graveled,
curb J with Dement curb, and sidewaiked
Witb cemed «W<.walk live feet wide, wa* re
ferred to tiie Pity engineer Witb the necessary
estimate Of COM and if tho same exceeds the i
■nm of 91 per front foot then to present the
necessary ordfnanoo of imention irtr doing
laid work; and that thereafter the same lie
held for two (reeks in order toglvetho proper
ty owners on opportunity to la said i.ement
walk by private central*-, if they so desire
The petition fiom W, fl Cleveland ot al., ask
ing that v oement walk, be laid on tho west
nae of North Soto sireot, between First and
Btaerlaaottteeta, wm granted and tba city en
gineer IttitruoteJ to present the necessary or
alnanoeof Irlten ton; ih same to be held two
WOeka In order t« give property owners an op
portunity to do the work by prUate contract.
The petition of L fl. Chase et al., asking that
that portion of the a lev running through
Mi)ls' subdivision that lies' between lots I, "J, 3
aud 8 be abandoned was granted and the city
attorney instructed to prepare nnd present the
necessaryordinance ot abandonment.
A protest from K. N'ully against the change
of grade on West Fourth street, and alleging
that he is damaged in fe sum of $1500 on ac
count of aaid contemplated change of grade,
was referred to the major, the city engineer
and street superintendent as commissioners
toassess the benefits and damages caused by
said change of grade In the manner provided
A protest of Maria B. Layton et al. against
the grading graveling and muttering of Ocean
View avenue, between Brooklyn avenue and
Bonnie Brae street, was referred to the city
engineer to re"port whot er said protest repre
sents the majority of the frontage affected in
A protest irom r. 1,. Horton et all against ilie
eonoomplated opening of Hvrum atreet into
Fdeventh street, was Sled, ns the proceedings
have already been ordered instituted and the*
Protestants will bo given ample tlmo to lile
protests during the lime provided by law.
A petition from W H. De Van et oil,, asking
that Grand avenue, between Temple and Court
streets, be re2reded to a (Trade not more than
six feet lower than the present surface of said
street at the highest point, was referred to tiie
city engineer lo report If Ihe grade of said
street has.been olwngcd, and if so, to present
tho necessary ordinance of inten ion for doing
tho work as preyed for.
Tho petition horn the First Streot Improve
ment oompany et al., asking to have* tbe grado
of Grand avenue, between First and Court
streets changed, was referred to, the city engi
neer to present tho necessary orrllnauco of In
tention for the change of said grade if the
grade i rayed for is a proper one in his Judg
Tho petition Irom \V. H. Summers et al., ask
ing that a cement sidewalk, seven feet wide,he
laid on both shies of Third street, between
Olive street and (i and avenue, was granted
and the city engineer Instructed to present the
necessary ordinance of intention for doing said
work, the samo to be held two weeks to give
the property owners an opportunity to do the
work by private contract.
In the ma tor of the construction of a st me
crosswalk on the south side of First street
across San I'edro street, the street superin
tendent was Instructed to r.ilse the stone
blocks now there sulfide ily high to make n
suitable crossing six fe t wide.
A petition from T. ft Joyce, in reference to
culvert on Yale street, between College and
Bernard streets, was referred to Ihe city engi
neer with Instructions lo change the plans ..nd
Pronlo* tor tbe grading ol «ald street to show
a 30-Inch pipe lor water conduit Instead of a
The street superintendent, was Instructed to
repair Adobe street, near the Intersection of
College street, sons tv make it passable.
The oity 9u<ln»er was instructed to present
the necessary ordinance oi lv ontlQu to con
struct a oemenl curb on Hope street, he ween
Sixth and Seventh str ets where not already
The street sup rin endent was tnr true ed lo
construct tbe following crosswalks: Across
Main st i c , on tho south side of Ann street;
Across Ann street, on the west sld.nl Main
street: at ihe Intersection of Main and Ala
medastrees; Irom ihe northeast corner ot
New Macey street to the Robtn ast corner of
New Macey street, at school home; across New
Main street, on the • ast side of Kltuira sircet;
across Santee street on the south side of Four,
teenlh street; across I.os Angeles st cet, on
tnenoith side of Four eenth street: a?ioss
Ulownerstreet on the south side of Twenty
third street; aerosi sixth street, to (lie cast
sldeol Lo-. Angeles street; across Orange stree ,
on the loa th side of Kixol street: across First
street, ou the east side of lluriiagion avenue, I
to car track from the south side of First street. I
Also to repair ero IwalJt ou the west side of I
Se.enth streer to car track just west of Kip \
street; across Alva redo street on Hie north side j
Of Seventh street; nero s seventh street on toe !
eastsid"of Alvanidn; across sixth streeton Hie
east aide of Wolfskin; across Welcome ,-treet
ou the north side of court; across Temp c o
Custer; from the nor.h side oi First street to
car track on the east side of Burlington ave
nue; across Bailey street on Ihe north side of
Firsl; across Wright street on the south side of
1'leo; eecrosa Gumming* streeton ihe south
side of I'ennsylva.iia avenre: ncrois. Firs;
street on Ihe oast .side of Itio; across Wnlnut
street on tne east side of Abdon. A'so iepair
nrouwalk crossing Downey avenue on the c st '■
ride of Hellman street, and ilellmau street on
the south side of Dawner avenue.
The Clarlt Will Eto »dverliaa for the V>r- !
Upon a recommendation from the buildine
committee In regard to chemical engine
houses, the bid. ot Mra. Ed. Botello to erect a I
house on Central avenu.;. near Eighteenth
Street, and rent the same at $2* per month I ir
the term of five years, was accepted, aud tbe !
oity attorney tustruoted to prepare and pre
lent the necessary leasn.
Tho proposal of Francisco. A. Jcsurun to
erect a house on the south side ol Griffin are- !
nue. about 120 feot from Dovvncv avenue ami '
rent the lame tor a term of five years at *JO i
per month, was adopted and the oity attorney j
instructed to prepare und present the neees- |
The proposal of W. TI. Andrews to lease the i
house ou h t 5, block M, of the Jones (root the
proposal of Johnson ,fc Yoakum and Georgi J
Kuhrts to lease houses in liast Los Ange'es were !
rejected aud the q erk instructed to readver
tisc for proposals for the erection and leasing
to the city ol a house io he located In the dig. i
trlct to bo bounded by Eleventh, Pico, Vernon !
and union avenues.
After a jury had been secured yesterday in
department 1 for the trial of G. G* Cashin, an
old man charged with au unspeakable crirao
in November last, Judge Smith continued tho
case until this morning, owing to the absence
of a material witness.
"Kid" Thompson will be tried on two
charges of train robbery March ;'5; John M
Nicholson, a burglar, will stand trial on
Ernest VanVooth, a native of Germany was
naturalized by Judge Smith.
Trick Itid*r In Town.
James Ardway, a trick bicycle rider, is in the
city. Ardway is biking for the Victor wheel
and will use no other. He will be seen in his
specialties sometime shortly.
20 acres; 5 old bearing' oransres, 5 vo-ne
navels, 4 in grapes ana ti i n alfalfa, next fo
Magnolia avenue, River ldft, to tradu for stock
ofgrocerli'S, merchandise nr hardware. Several
other trades on h»nd. $1)50 tl room homo.
? e . ve JJ,'i , „*l-,o ,t *2, r , per month. House and o:l
lot, */00, *13 monthly. Don't waste money in
rent. Laugworthy Co., 226 S. Spring. Take
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cre2m of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or an' - other adulterant
40 YEARS THE Sl tiNDARD.
ONE OF THEM FOUND.
JULIUS KOHLBR CHARGED WITH
A FELONY OFFKNSE.
U« and AdolpU Got Into
Troubln WhlU Shooting
Julius Kohler, an employee o! the Troy
laundry, was arrested yesterday afternoon at
Ills residence corner Severance and Adams
itreetsona charge of assault with a deadly
weapon. Dep.iry Constable Carpenter served
the warrant. Ths officer also had a warrant
for Rudolph Hammer, wanted on the same
•harge. Hammer is a laborer residing at Ad
iins and Tot-ermnn streets.
The men were hunting near Vernon avenue,
tWO miles sojth of the city, Saturday after
noon. A oovey of quail was flushed and both
men llred their shotguns. Home of the pellets
(truck little Mary Lillard in the face, one shot
penetrating the eyo and causing a bad wound.
The men ran to the injured girl, gave her o
quarter and sent her to the houso of her father
near by. They then made their o-cape.
That night ft warrant was sworn out for the
irrcst of tin men, who were then unknown.
Ibey were apprehended thtough the work oi
!otiitable Hurry .Johnson an<l his deputy, Mr.
,'arpeuier. Kohler claims that he gave the
ittle girl tho quarter, but says that the shot
rom Hammer's gun struck her. Ho was re
el sed on $duO bnil. Hammer was absent from
mmc yesterday and cou d not be found.
Thero ia no evidence to show that the injury
.vas committed maliciously, and from the
itaiement of the child there is not the slight
sst reason to believe it waa anything but an
N vr Suits.
Divorces have been commenced by L. M. El"
-is against b. M. Kills, L, B. Tvvaddeli against
William Twaddoll, and Anna E. Wilcut against
Eugene H. Wilcut.
Parr.h A. Gardner yesterday sued Lucius Den
tition and others on foreclosure of a mortgage
for 0448". etc.
A petition hM been filed for the appoint
ment of v guardian to Kafaoi Batst. nn incom
petent, who owns l acres of land between
thW city and Sun Gabriel.
.'ohn T. .Tones sued Mary B. and Snnford
Watson for the restitution of the p emises at
14*2 botith Grand ft van tie, known as thu KlChe-
UflU, and $'73.40 rent due.
Now C*ty Inntliorloti Prnnil i+d.
The board of directors of the public library
mot yesterday afternoon, and, alter pas ing
upon demands, appointed a committee to meet
with commiiteoi from other organizations of
the city at th ? chamber of commerce today.
The object of this meeting at the chamber of
commerce is to di cuss and formula c plans lor
nn institution in which every ctuzeu of tho
city will doubtless take a close interest. What
is proposed is a building which shall 00utain
tiie public library, and, in co in ctioti, a mu
seum, an art o i hibit, a scientific exhibit, und
other interesting things.
H'*rl h F»t! ili«»r A m'i««mi«if.
Mike Doplftjr, an old pea*iu: vender who wns
arrested sonic lime ago for nn assault on ' Mor
ro the Greek," was again placed in jail y s
terday, ' Officer Mntu.-kiewiz found him on
Spring street wearing his wife's bat and car. y
Ins ;i broom, lo which was attached several
cms. tea pot-* nnd Other things. Ho u«ed the
Utensils to shake along; tiie street frightening
horses and little boys. He was also chanting
a Turkish-like wall, and altogether presented
a tetj fo midfthle appearance. He may be
charged with insanity.
An Allaged Burglar Caught.
Sheriff Nichols ol Orange county yesterday
turned over John Harrington, a suspected
burglar to the police department of this city.
He is wanicii netc on charges 01 theft commlt
icd iv the BeIt9VMS Terrace hotei some month
SffO. It is said thai Harrington is also badly
uiinled in - an Francisco.
WHBRff TtXAMfNATJON T?0 TTXi?
AND CONSULTATION J8 .£ IvJl/ll#
and honest, Intellleout treatment and tcacon»
bie prices are giveu.
inch as Stricture, SynhiiiH, Gleet, Gonorrhres.
Bpermatorrnco», Seminal Weakness, i.ottMsn.
hood, Night Emissions, Decayed Faculties,
etc. etc.. cored hy the OI.DKST aad most BUO
OBwJfTJL specialist on the coast
Blood and Skin Diseases
Successfully treated and quickly cured,
LUNGS' AND HEART.
Our SPECIAL SUROEOM, recently from (M
largest Chicago hospital (diploma, and certlfl«
cates to be «oeu at otllcft) has made diseases ol
tho heart and lungs a life study. (Successful
treutinent by the latest metho-K DIAUNOBIJ
made by the aid of the microscope.
OJ» PER MONTH
! jtr Uutil Feb. Ist Only.
Home Treatment $3,
OUR DI PLOMAS are from th.
bet*, colleges lv the world, certified by th.
state board, and registered at the connty
court bouso and city health office. Call and
examine diplomas and eutttneates and ref
erences of banks, city and county official*
and best oltlzens of Los Angelas. Our CA
TARRH SPECIALIST does NOTHING but
treat catarrh. He has followed this spec
ialty 10 years In this city.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
A special department devoted exclusively to
the treatment of all female diseases.
Consultation and Examination FREE.
OFFICE HOOR8: 9to 4 aud 7to 8. Suuday.
10 10 12.
ni4 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Ci*± I Rooms i, 3, 5 and 7.
THE TAILOR JS*
MAKES THE BEST CLOTHES Z*B
IN THE STATE At^kW
f»2B PER CF.N[ LESS
IHAN ANY OTHER HOUSE.
SUITS Made to OiJer Irsm §20 Ef|raf l
PANTS Maae to mix frcm $0 Wrmnf
FINE TAILORING |f|f
AT MO WttA TF. ril ICES 1 BiB!
4EV*Htll< s fur ;Vii'-M.-a:-.i r uirm eIhL*M
and S::mnk's of Cloth cent free T *^pSF^»\\% l
NoJ43 S. Spring St.
"For Charity Sufferetb Long."
f Mr.-.. Laura C. Phoenix, nilwaukee, Wis.
"Slatron •/ a Benevolent Borne
and knowing the good Dr. Miles' Nervine
has done me, my wish to help others, over
comes my dislike for the publicity, this
letter may glvo me. In Not. and Dec, 1893,
The. inmate* haa the "LaGrtppe,"
and I was one of the first. Resuming duty
too soon, with the care of so many sick, I
did not regain my health, and In a month
I het-ame so debilitated ana nervous
from sleeplessness and the drafts made on
my vitality, that it was a question if I could
go oa. A dear friend advised me to try
Dr. Miles' Restorative Xervine.
I took 2 bottles and am happy to say, I am
In better health than ever. I still continue
Its occasional use, as a nerve food,
as my work is very trying. A letter ad
dressed to Milwaukee, Wis., will reach me."
June f>, lf;:i4. Mrs. Lauha C. Phoenix.
Dr. Miles' Norvino is sold on a positivo
Snarantee that tbe first, bottle will benefit.
lltlrnggistsseilitatfl,6 bottles forBs, or
Dr. Miles' Nervine
AND THE THOUSAND ILL 1 * THAT
FOLLOW A DERANGED
CONDITIO."! OF THE
Are Cutcd CER EBRINE
TH* EXTRACT OF THU BRAIN OF TIIE OX,
PRUP.YKaD USDKK TH* »OKMUi>& OK
DR. WILLIAM A. HAMMOND
In Ills Labo.-a'.ory at Wa3tatns:on, D. 0.
d one, 5 DROP \
PR U !, PEP. PHIAL, OF 8 DRACHM" S , $1 00.
COLUMBIA CHEMICAL CO.
WA9HINGTBK, D. C.
AXND FOP. JIOBK.
FOR BALE 75Y ». M. SALE & S9N, 221J S.
Splint!*'., I."' Anre ca. •
AT WHO' ESAI.E BY F. W. BRVUN & CO.,
401 „nd 407 n. Mrti't ki . Loi An<« c«.
NK.tV !.<>< AWBr.II TtHATBS.
C. it. Wood, Lesis?....H. O. Wy.tt, Monger
3 Night! Only & <V*rtoe»(lay MM liter,
Jantuirv ztitii, ami »oth.
»*fr NOVELTY, j
THE FAMOUS LOTTIE COLLINS
And liar :r,, Inclining MR.
Comic Opera nnd tllnh-c'a-m Vaudeville.
Special Sienerv arid Efiects.
F'ni, Mirth and Music
Price* sp', 75e, 50c, '25c.
yEff LOS ANGKr.KS THEATKK.
January 81st and February I, 1095.
More than 200 Ladlo* and Gentlemen Asso
cna .l witli the atTair cordially Invite
yon to attend the
> HOME, j! '
I SWEET !>
I HOME. I;
GRAND MUjICAL AND
To be produced in aid of our Home'.eis
News and Working Boys,
AdmiMion—Parquette and dress circle, $1;
balcony, 50c: boxes, $10: loges. $6.
Reserved Beats on sale at the Blanchard-Fiiz
gerald Music Go. Box office open on day of
NEW VIENNA BUFFET,
114-110 Court at.. Loa Angeles.
F. KKRKOW, Prop
MieS R ETA QOUQH,
The Great Favorite ol Lot Augtles.
MISS BEATRICE LORNE,
New Vienna Buffet Orchestra
Miss Marguerite Berth, Directress.
Concert every evening from 7:30 until 12,
and Saturday matinee from 1 to 4 p. m.
Stf Fine commercial lunch. Finest cuisine
and meals a la carte at aU hours.
THALIA OONOKKT HALL,
323-325 Downey bik, N. Main st.
Flrat Appearance of
MULLIGAN & LYNTON,
Popular Bketch Artist.
Continued Buccals of
CHARLES COLBURN. ;
MISS GENEVA HAZELTON j
The Eccentric Come- The American Night
dlan, iugale, ;
BILLY MORTON. MISS GERTIS RIVEN,
Concert from 7ißo to 12. Change of pro
N. &—Closed Bund ays.
Kelt-Week Now Face*.
Baker Iron Works
SEOTO o*> BUXNA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANGELES, - CAL. <
Adiolntne B.P. Grounds, Tel. 124
J. T. SHE WARD
ARE ON the bargain counter. About 100
pairs of shoes. The price has been from $3 to $5.
Now tHe choice goes to 50c. Yes, 50c a pair. They are
just as good shoes as any one ever wore for the original
They are on the bargain counter. They are ladies' and
children's fast black hose. They are worth 25c a pair.
They are sold all over this town for 25c a pair. The price
today is 20c a pair. We have all sizes. They are the best
hose bargain yon ever saw.
They are on the bargain counter. Embroideries that
have been selling for 25c a yard. They go out today for I2#
cents a yard. They are on the bargain counter as a splen
did bargain and they are a bargain.
They arc on the bargain counter. A lot of muslin
remnants. They are on the bargain counter as a bargain
to draw the crowds. A great many articles are on the bar
gain counter for a bargain purpose. The bargains are being
changed every day. There is something new to show you
We are daily ordering goods for the big bargain counter,
will be the drawing card for this house in a short time.
More of the Royal Worcester corsets. You will find
them on the second floor. There is no corset sold the equal
of the Royal Worcester. We sell the best $1 corset you
We are cutting the prices on all cloaks. This stock is
too heavy. The prices are made to unload. Still a few fnr
capes left. They will be sold lor less than cost. We will
carry over no iur capes. The price will unload them.
There is a big bargain in jackets in the newest shapes. We
are making a price on every jacket that will sell them
if you want a jacket. They are not hard stock. They are
not old styles. They are the newest and best we have in
the house. We have a few spring styles in capes. We still
cut, fit and baste capes free for all who buy their materials
here. The bright, spring-like weather h; bringing the buyers
out. A visit to the bargain counter will be of advantage to ally
OLDEST AND TiARGEST BANK IN SOUTHRRV CALIFORNIA
FARMERS& MERCHANTS BANK
OF I_OS ANGELES, CAL.
CAPITAL (PAID lIP. $ 500,009.00
6UKPI.Ud AND RK J I£BVE 820,000.00
TOTAL #1,320,000. «•
tW. KBI.LJIAM Pretlrl.nt W.H.Perry, <0. E, Thorn, A. Olawelfc
B. w ~cllma:i Viie-l'reHVlout O. W. Chi'.ds, v. DucommOD,
fvH i taILMKn Ceihter T. L. Duque, .'. B. Lanketshlm
£L J. FLHIrsIIMAII AosUuant, Cashier H. W. HellMsn, L W. Hellmaa
Gel! and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department
a mi < km ion re.
South Main rjtro;', bitwcen First anl Socoad
rorniprlv tir.iu I Ofier. House.
SOCIETY ■ TaVdeVILE " THEHTER,
Ineoijunction withS.n Fraaclscs Orp'ieum.
Week domnienciiig' Monday. .lan. 28.
A SUPERLATIVELY GREAT COMPANY,
Beaded by the Peer es> Lyric A rtlste and Illim
LYDIA YEAMANS TITUS,
Tho Most B'llltant OharaotorVoial|«ba tho
American Kt.tr, assisted by me Gifted
Plan s', F. J. TITO*.
PROF. JOSEF LOI S EX,
With Ull Perlermi-K 3tork«, Gio c, Dog? and
James Mcboy, Albert Hnllionie,
KingolParodySlngeri. The Loi Angeles Basso
Sonlsomc y and Little Jim, Kiuzo Kancko,
Ecceutiic Ci medians The Orien'al
and Dancer-. Wonder.
TDIC RO.fl.EYe. Comedy Vocalisn Si Dancers.
PIUOES NEVrUt CHANGING.
KveuiiiK p ic-ii: 23 nnd 50c; fam-
Uy circle, 25c; K*Uory, 10c; single bjx and lngo
MATINEES SATURDAY & SUNDAY.
350 to any parr, ol tho house; children 10c, any
Bent, gallery, 10.-; siiuile box and logo seal*', 50c
BLKUANK THE »IK ■'>•
Main etreet, between Fifth and Sixth.
Fred A. Cooper, Manager.
LAST WEEK OF
BUKDAY, JANUARY 27.
Every evening during the week and Saturday
"Matinee, Bouolcauit's great comedy,
ADMISSION I Orchestra chairs, 50c: fam
ily and dress circles, 30c; balcony. 20c; gallery,
15c: lone and box seat*, 50c and 75c.
NEXT WEEK: Dalloy'a Stock Company In
A SIGHT OFF.
The True Southern Route
DURING THIS SEASON OF TUB TEAR
the most pleasant route to the entire cast,
v*lth no high attitudes or snow blockades, U
via EL PAaO and the
TEXAS & PACIFIC RY.
THROOGH TOLLMAN PALACE
AND TOURIST CAR 3 DAILY
Between California and Chicago, St. Louis and
Arkansas Hot Springs without change. For In
formation apply lo any agent of H. P. Co., or to
T. D. CONNBLLY,
Traveling Passenger Agent, Stimson Block.
THE EXTRAORDINARY JAP STATUE.
YOD JUST LOOK In the amurement col.
umns of the Times and Evening Express for >
what School of Art and Design says of this won
derful Ufe-slze, life-like statue at 206 S. Spring
•1., onp. Hollenaeck. Photographs snd klncto
scopes have left this bnlldlng and thia statue
is only on exhlbltln und for a short while
longer. ADMIsSION-2Sc: Children 10c.
jTiTGillntn, Pres. John T. Orifnth, V.-Pres.
F. T. Griffith, Secretary and Treasurer.
Geo. B. Wlines, supt of Mill.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY
And Manufacturers ot
Artistic Mill Work of Erery Diieriptioi
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLIND 3 AND 8TA"".
BSN. Alameda it., Los Angeles,
OF LOS ANGELES.
Capital stock. 9400,000
Surplus and und'd profits over 230,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. 0. KKBCKHOFF. V.-Pres't
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier.
G. B. SHAFF'BB, Ass't Cashier
J. M. Elliott, J. 1). Bicknoll,
I. 0. Story, 11. Jevno,
J. V. Hooser, W. (I. Patterson,
Wm. G. Kerc/thotf.
No public funds or othsk p eforred deposit,
received by this bank.
MAIN STRSF.T SAVING© BANK AND
TrtUST COMPANY,, Junction of Main,
spring and Temple Strtets (Temple block.)
Capital Sock : ....$200,000
Surp us and Profits 1.1,000
Fiva per rent paid on t»rm deposit*.
Money loaned on real estate only.
T. L. DUQUE. President,
J. li. utSKSK-jfl IM, Vlc-Pr;sident.
J V WACHTBL, Cashier,
H. W. lleilmsn, J. I).
I. N. Van Nuy, O. T. John«on,
Kaspaio Colin, U. w. o'Moiveny,
W. G. T. L. Duque,
Dunlot Meyer, S. F.
C OCTHKRNCA I IFOItNIA NATIONAL BANK
O 101 8. Sprint;'t., Nr.deau bioc.
I. N. BRVRP President
WM. F. VicePretldeut
C. N. FLINT Cannier
W. 11. llon.lDAif As-ietantCastiier
Capital, paid In rold coin $200,000
fcuip v. and undivided profits 25 000
Author z.d capital 500,009
L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. 11. Avery,
Silas Holmun, W. K. Hollidav, F. ('. lio.byshHil,
M. llagsn. Frank R-ider, U, Reoiick, TllOi. Goia.
Wm. r. Bosbysheil.
ANGBI.Ej NATIONAL RANK.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital ?50i, r o'>
GEORGE H.BONEBHAKE President
WARRBN GILLKLKN Vico-Preeldent
F. C.HOWI4 Cashier
E. W. COE Assistant Cashier
George H. Bonojrako. Warren GilUlen, P M
Oieen, Chus. A. slarriner, W. C. Brown, a' w'
Francisco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen, F. o'
TJiMimlß of savings
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
i OFFICER. AMD DIRECTOR.:
». W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McV.y
I'rMt. YicrrMt. CatW
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker
A. E. Pemeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
LO3 ANGELBS SAVINGS BANK, "~
236 N. Main st. .
Capital stock (100,000
J. E. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, Vice-Pre*.
W. M. Caswell, Caßhier.
Directors—l. W. Hellman, J. I. Plster, H. W
Helman, I. W. Hellman. jr., W. M. Caswell.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan oa
first-class real estate.
C. F. HEINZEMAN "
Druggist & Chemist
222 K. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
Prescriptions carefully compoanded d» a.
night 7 or
HEW FACES ALLABotrTCHANarao .^.^
US" raVH tho Features and Koidot-
Ing Blemishes, In I.W p. book for a stamn
John H. Woodbury, l-'7W.42dst.,N T S
«nv»nttr of Wjctiemr's F»-i»l Soap.
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