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STILL CUTTING THE RATES A Passenger War Looked on as Being Inevitable SOUTHERN PACIFIC REBATING ficncral Freight Agent Gray Given an Elegant Roast Cupid Alfnin at Work Among the Railroad nen-Frank Uonnatlne Turns Benedict. Santa Honico Specials-Notes It was whispered early yesterday that the Southern Pacific had made a cut to meet the Santa Fe cut of 12.00, made a day or two ago In westbound business. Late in the afternoon ii was known that the cut had been made, but under the cover of a rebate. The Santa Fe baa sworn that unless the Southern Pacific acted ou tbe square they would cut rates until the old-time $30 rate to and from Kansas City was once more established. When it was definitely known that tiie Southern Pacific had made a rebate cut the Santa Fe people said nothing except "that settles it," but the passenger de part ment sawed a lot of wood in the after noon. The result of their work will prob ably be known today. If tbe cut comes quick it will bring thousands oi people to Los Angeles in tbe next, month or two ami the coaches and sleepers will be lilled instead of running back and forth empty. Tbe west-bound rates from Chicago to tbe coast up to last night showed a cut, by rebate, ot $.'> on the Southern Pacific and an open cut of |2.80 on tbe Santa Fe. What it will be this morning is bard to say, but the office boy said: "Now don't give me away governor. You know I ain't supposed to know any thing and am deaf dumb and blind 'round here but just bear me whisper. The Santa Fe and 'southern Pacific have got the gloves on again, sure, and they arc both in the ring sparrin' for an opening. The Southern Paeitic made an undercut by their*2.AO rebate and tbe Santa I'c coun tered by coming out with a tlat cut. Now the Southern Pacific has hooked the Santa Fe again with another $2.00 rebate and the Santa Fc is sparring around lookill or an opening. I ain't general passenger agent, but I'm no clam ami if they don t drop the gloves and get. out scalping knives before the week is out then Injun Hick and all tbe terrors of tbe plains I've read about didn't know their business. Mehbe I'm wrong, but I tell you tbe rate war's Yomin' at a forty gait and the Sanla Ft: will he ahead at the quarter. Who'll fin ish I don't know, but the light's ou the bell's rung ami they're off" and the office boy Carefully inspected the letters in tbe waste basket ami put the valuable ones in bis pocket. A Freight Agent Roasted Tbe Herald reporter "roasted" General Freight Agent Gay of the Santa Fe yester day. Mr. Gay, since his arrival on the Coast from the frozen wilds of Chicago, has proven the most genial of men, as well as the most astute of railway traffic managers', hence to be roasted by a Her ald reporter was entirely uncalled for. In Mr. (lav's private office in the Bradbury block there is a handsomely tiled grate, which holds about two bushels of coal and kindling. The general freight agent started out nere when it was raining in this country. In all the other offices of the Santa "Fe tire was burning, so tbe thoughtful janitor laid a tire ready for Mr. Gay. But Mr. Gay, when he got here, had conic from a zero country and he didn't want a tiro, so he hid the ugly grate with R handsome picture. When The Herald man called at Mr. Gay's office yesterday he found the general freight agent sitting at his desk with his back to the grate. The reporter didn't know there was a ready-made fire-behind the picture hiding the grate, so when he lit his pipe he threw the lighted match in behind the picture. The talk went on, both Mr. Gay and the reporter having theii backs to the lire place. Suddenly Mr. Gay mopped his brow and said: "It's v very warm day, isn't it?" The reporter Wiped beads of perspiration off his face and said it was a warm day. The talk went on, and pretty soon Mr. (lay loosened his collar, remarked that the' heat seemed to increase and that he should request his chief clerk to leave that sunset necktie of his at home unless the weather cooled. Finally Mr. Gay grew hot, very hot, and he said: "I'll open a window," and then the blazing tire in the grate was dis covered. Mr. Gay looked at the reporter a second, then at tbe fire, closed his desk and said: "I don't mind being roasted by news paper men when I deserve It, but this case is—well I guess I'll call it a day. Come around some cold morning aud light your pipe again," and away he went. A Good nan (lone East) It was with sincere regret that all who knew him bid H. G. Thompson, late gen eral passenger agent of the Santa Fe, good bye yesterday. While glad to know that Mr. Thompson had climbed a big step up on the ladder, the people of Los Angeles and especially those who have had con stant business relations with him, were sorry to see him leave. During his career here, both as an official and as a gentleman, Mr Thompson made friends On every hand not the least of whom are I the newsp&pcf men. In his new home it is to be hoped he will find his sur roundings as pleasant as they were in the Sunset Land. He'll come back, sure. Snow, ice and oranges ten cents each wi I send him back to California in less than six months. Let it be hoped that he will come with another star on his shoulder straps. Santa Ke Excursionists—J. Blanchard, X J. Zaricher SamT Scott, J. W. Cole man, Mis> Charlotte Strum, E. \Y. liar wood, and wife, of boston. Wm. Bettler and family, Ft. Wayne, Incl.J Mrs. J. beg gcrns, Miss I.ulu Seggerns, Xew York; Mrs. H. .1. Hatfield, Boston, Canada: W. 11. Butler and wife, Xew York,; Wesley i.ong, Toronto,' Canada; B. M. Kiniceau, Cincinnati, U,.; W. K. Lovcjov and fam ily. Aberdeen, S. I).; Dr. A. A. Davis, Mrs. .1. E. Ellis, Ottumwa, Iowa; Geo. Frederick, Austin, Minn.: Mr.. Scheill, Bast St. Louis; Benj. Ely and family, Kirksvillc, Mo.; A. V. Ellis and wife, Louisville, Ky.; Norton Überra, Mr. Griffiths Miss Fowler, Chicago; Miss Anna Moon, M. E. Jensen and wife, Wm. Scott and daughters, Frank Maynard, St:-lla Lester, .1. E. Frank and wife, Fitehburg, Mass. ;L. A. Condon and wife, Lawrence, Mass.; Frank Small, Master Willie Small, Lowell, Mass.; Miss Marie Wilcox, Chelsea, Mass. Santa Monica Specials Commencing tn a week ut ten days, two fast trains will be run to Sunta Monica each evening, and two fust specials from that place to this city each morning. The idea is to make Santa Monica a sum mer resort, and speedy work will be dune by local trains. A theater train will be run once or twice a week. Notes Cupid has been ousy again among tbe Southern i'aciiic station agents. This time Prank I'onnatin, son of the master car builder, aud cashier at Colton, is tbe lucky muu. He was married lust uigbt tv LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MOKNTNG, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. Miss Barton of Colton, and the honey moon will be spent in Santa Barbara. A. A. Bavley, ex-Deputy County Re corder, has" retimed to his old vocation and is once more a Southern Pacilic em ployee. , , , The ship Port Stanley cleared from Port Los Angeles last night for New South Wales ami Australia. A party consisting of Vice-President H. K. Huntington, Assistant General Ma ager Curtis, General Superintendent Fillmore, General Land Agent W. H. Mills and other officials of the Southern Pacific, passed through the city yesterday on a special train and went to Santa Monica. Excursionists are flocking to Cntnlina llsand. A shipload of thirty went over Tuesday and another load of thirty-five yesterday. The railroad excursions which arrived yesterday were weak in point of numbers. ARCHITECTURAL FEES They Dwindle Considerably When Examined Critically The suit of Architect Charles W. Davis against J. Downey Harvey, administrator of the estate of the late John 9. Downey, was tried before Judge Van Dyke in De partment Four yesterday. The plaintiff sought to recover the sum of (2000, which he alleged to be due him for a full set of plans, three copies of the same and speci fications. In 1803 Governor Downey made an agree ment with the architect for this work. He bad some lots on Broadway, between First and Second streets, upon which he was desirous of erecting a $40,00u block, and he was willing to allow Davis five per cent for his work. The plans and speci fications were submitted to Governor Downey, who accepted them, but he died before "the building was commenced. In April, ISII4, Davis presented his bill to .1. Downey Harvey, who promptly rejected tbe claim. The defendant denied in his answer that the late Governor Downey had ever entered into a contract with Davis, or had contemplated the erection of the $-10,ooi> building. He bada counterclaim against Architect Davis of $tv. r ) for the rent of an office, numbered three, in the Downey Block, during the months of December, IXO2, and September, 1808. Judge Van Dyke gave judgment Tor Mr. Davis in the sum of $380. MUST BE REVIEWED An Ordinance for Widening Part of Broadway to be Tested Judge York yesterday overruled the de murrer to the complaint in the suit of owners of property on Broadway, between Ninth and Tenth si reels, against the city and the Superintendent of Streets,*and or dered that a writ of review be issued, re turnable before himself on March 11th. The plaintiffs object to the ordinance adopted by the council In June 1804, de claring that ,lie public interest and con venience require the widening of Broad way between the points stated. The plaintiffs say that the ordinance is illegal because of irregularities in the first place, and secondly that it is unconstitutional. Some of the irregularities complained of are that the property' of the Los Angeles Consolidated Electric Railway Company was not assessed; that the assessment levied on it, when the other taxpayers protested, was a lump sun of $100 with out further ado. Another of the alleged irregularities was that of assessing lots to a greater depth than 150 feet, which is against the law. HEHORANDA. Los Angeles Cure Batfa and Massage in stitute, 830 South Broadway, gives first elass massage treatment and all kinds of baths. This is the cleanest place in town for taking baths. We also give lirst-class vegetarian diet. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block, first floor, rooms 12J, 130, 141. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scientifically used. Consultation hours Ito 0. Tel. 1227. S. Conradl, jeweler and watchmaker, 113 S. Spring street, makes a specialty of tine watch and jewelry repairing, dia mond setting; an elega.it line of optical goods. A tine stock oi watches and jewelry always on band. Teachers of the public schools can buy portraits ol Washington. Lincoln, Colum bus, and of all the authors, for decorating schoolrooms, at Lichtenberger's Art Em porium, 107 North Main street. The Nadeau Cafe is giving a 00 cent dinner, including a bottle of Zinfandcl, Riesling or beer. Private rooms if de sired; also meals a la carte. Adams Bros., dentils, 239 1-2 South Spring street. Painless tilling and ex tracting. Best sets of teeth from $0 to $10. Hours: Bto 5; Sundays, 10 to 12. Mathushck and the Briggs sweet tone pianos for sale and to rent at No. 118 Winston street. A. 0. Gardner, practical piano tuner. Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block, Fifth and Broadway, rooms 24 ami 2.'i. Res., 1033 Flower st* Tel., office 1421; res. U(J. Insure in the Phoenix Assurance Com pany of London. A. C. Golsh, agent. Office, 147 S. Broadway; telephone 920. Dr. E. .1. Hadfield, of Philadelphia, surgeon and physician; office Bradbury bldg., tel. 120; res. 039 Olive, tel. 1103. Clearance sale of children's shoes at Snyder's, 200 South Spring. A line of these shoes reduced from $1.20 to 50c. The Southern California Citrus Fair opens in Hazard's Pavilion February 28. Admission 25 cents. Every fruit tree known and a few be sides, at Lyon & Cobbe's, 410 S. Broad way. The Advance Davis sewing machine is the best. Office, 128 South Main street. Sharp it Samson, funeral directors (in dependent), 596 S. Spring St.; tel. 1020, Sewing machines, in good working or der, for $5 each. 128 South Main street. - Children's shoes for 50c at Snyder's, 255 South Spring street, worth If 1.25. All kinds of sewing machines to rent; 128 South Main street. Rooms . r *j d week and up. U. S. Hotel. l'hotos, any size, $1. Plaza Gallery. JOTTINGS. Trunks and Leather Goods. All styles and varieties. Large stock always on hand, ami repairing a specialty. .1. (J. Cun ningham, 2iti s. Spring street. Tel. 818. Wagner's Kimberley, 158 N. Main, opposite old court house. Specs and eye-glasses a spclaity, line watch aud jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and line jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re liable jeweler. Our Home Brew. Maicr & Zobclein's lager, fresh from their brewery, on draught in all tbe principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or Lean. Otliee and brewery, 414 Aliso street; tele phone 91. The Finest Flavored Oysters In bulk and cans, bO cents, full quarts; fine, fat and juicy. Cans 50 cents. Discount to hoteU. and restaurants. Fred Haniraan's Mott Market Stylish nilllnery. Mrs. C. Doscli will be found at No 313 S. Spring st., just below Kauona hotel. Ladies, see my New York spring styles. I'rnmenadc concerts afternoon and evening at tho Citrus Fair, by Cassasa's celebrated band. A. A. Eckstrom has removed to 324 South Spring street with his stock of wall paper. A Cheap Family -Still Tor distilling water. Send for circular. F. E. Browne, No. 314 South Spring street. i!soenvelopesGOc:U ream writing paper at fi&ugstadter, 3(17 X. Mainst.,opp. Baker block. Buy the Whitney make trunk und traveling bag. Factory 423 Spring st. ( Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE COURT NOTES Two Wills, Embracing Large Estates, Filed lor Probate The Citizens' Bank yesterday com menced suit against B. S. Hays to en force the payment of a note for $700 made to the order of 0. E. Crowley. Clara Lcnpert sued Charles P. Shields on a judgment for $1550 obtained by her against him in Cook county, Illinois, in 1803. Mrs. Winifred P. Hunt sued Marie Spit ley to obtain a deoree of partition for cer tain lands in this city, formerly the es tate of Edward L. Spitley, deceased. John Abel, a native of Scotland, was | naturalized yesterday by Judge Van Dyke. The will of George M. Walker has been filed for probate. The estate of deceased is estimated to be worth $22,2:i0. G. Sotmeiff brought suit against W. P. Mcintosh and others to foreclose a mort gage for $2500. A petitition for the probate of the will of Josiah Alkire, was tiled. Deceased, who was a resident of Pomona, left an es tate valued at $100,000. P. G. Carter sued A. C. Thompson for $330 for seedling orange trees and lemon buds. DAVENPORT'S INGRATITUDE It Is Repaid by a Conviction for Grand Larceny W. D. Davenport was found guilty yes terday in Department One of grand lar ceny as charged, and the jury added to the verdict that the value of the property he had stolen was more than $50. Only one ballot was necessary for the jury to convict Davenport. Judge Smith will sentence him on Saturday morning. Davenport is a very ungrateful individ ual. He was out of money aud without a home, and C. AY. Tilllnghast. a clerk iv the employed the Southern .Pacific, took him home, giving him a place to sleep and something to eat. After he had kept Davenport about three weeks, Tilllnghast on tbe evening of November 20, 181)4, when returning from his work, found that his guest had disappeared with $125 worth of his personal property, which he bad sold to a man named E. J. Brent of East Fifth street. Motion for Nonsuit Denied A motion for a nonsuit in the $20,300 damage case id Mr. H. C. Bailey against the Los Angeles Terminal Railway Com pany for the loss of n mare, a colt, and his good health, was denied yesterday by Judge McKinley. This morning the jury will visit, the scene of the collision at Long Beach, in a train provided by the railroad company. Do Not Be Misled The regular St. David's day entertain ment, Friday evening, March'lst, will be given in the new Welsh Church on Crocker street, and not. in Blanchard-Fitzgerald Hall, on Spring street. Good programme; refreshments. Admission 25 cents. Hone tit organ fund. The orchestra which is to play at the giand concert given under the direction of Mr. 0. S. Coniert tomorrow evening, at the Methodist Church, will be one of the finest ever listened to in Los Angeles. He Was Killed Accldently Coroner Campbell yesterday held an in quest upon tbe remains of F. A. Burn ham, who was run down and killed by an electric car at the corner of Spring and Third streets on Tuesday night. The jury returned a verdict that the deccaseil came to his death by unavoidable acci dent and exonerated David Green, the motorman in charge of the electric car at the time the accident occurred. A Million Friends. A fiend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million pc iplc have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this great cough medicine one trial | will convince you that it has wondeiful cura- I live powers in all diseases of throat, chest and lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed, or money will be refunded, 'trial bottles free at 0, F. Helnzeman'l drug stoic, 222 N. Main street. Large bottles 50c and VI. A. A. Eckstrom has removed to 324 South Spring street with his stock of wall paper. DR. TALCOTT & CO. THB LEADING AND ONLY SP£3CIAIjIST(3 In Southern California treating, <- —i 1 Diseases of |\/| £ Exclusively To show our honesty, sincerity and ability to cure the diseases of which we make a specialty, we require HO MONEY In Advance Fop WEDICUME op Tl?EflTmßriT, but mill cuait UNTIL WE CURE YOU We have abandoned the treatment of all diseases except Private Weaknesses and Diseases of Men. We think that we thereby attain the highest possible degree of success for the speedy, thorough and permanent cure of these oases. Our offices are the moat pri vate and elaborate in the city, and contain every Instrument and remedy known to science for our special treatment. our specialty consists of tho (.nlckc-st, easiest and cheapest treatment of all forms of Weakness, Acute and ohronicDisuharges, Blood Taints and Stricture and Gleet, tbe results of badly treated Gonorrhoea und surgical diseases of men. OurMttle book on the nature and treatment of these dtseaaes, together with rules for diet, exercise aud sleep, sent securely sealed, free. We make it part of our business to keep all matters regarding our practice Bacrcdly confidential. If you want to get well, call upon us for a free consultation and extiminatiou. If we can not cure you no power on earth can, for we understand every feature of the diseases of which we make a specialty. Cor. Main and Third Sts, Over Well3-Fargo Ex. Co. Private entrance on 3d St, LOCAL MENTION Corsets fitted at the Unique. The fittest eastern maple bowling alleys at 222 South Broadway. Life reading, $1; satisfaction guaran teed. Fanny Green, 114 S. Main, room 3. Cassasa's celebrated bund will furnish the music for the Citrus Fair which opens in tbe Pavilion February 28. K. 11. Stlmpaop. am! K. Garcia were charged with vagrancy yesterday by Po licemen Heldt and Henderson, who ar rested them. Monthly all-day fourfold g_ospel meet ings tomorrow at 107 1-2 North Main. Speakers, Messrs. Eddy and Flint. All invited. Dr. Walter I.indlev has removed his office to 315 West Sixth street. Office hours, 2 to 4 p. in. Telephone 1110. Residence, 7UI Ottawa street. If you want any laces, now is your op portunity. The great consignment luce sale, now going on ut Burger's, No. 286 South Spring st reet, between Second and Third streets. Cheap? Yes, at 25, 33 and 511 per cent off the regular prices. Do you want bargains in laces, real gen uine, Simon-pure bargains? If so, do not miss the great, eons gnment lace sale at Burger's, No. 235 South Spring street, be tween Second and Third streets. H. 11. Krlug, one of the owners of tho Pico Gardens, had some difficulty with his partner, .1. J. McCarthy, last evening. The latter tired three harmless shots at Kring and then hit him over the head with the revolver. McCarthy then de parted and has not beeit.arrested. Have you been to the great consign ment lace sale yet? If not, you are miss ing a great big bargain treat. Don't stay away another day. Every yard must be sold* Cost or value cuts 'no" figure. They must go. Burger's is the place, No' 235 South Spring street, between Second and Third streets. - Congregation Kahal Israel.—All He brews are welcome to the services at Mc- Donald Hall, 127 1 2 North Main street, Friday evening, at (i o'clock and Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Rev. Alfred Arndt, the newly elected Rabbi, formerly of Tol edo, Ohio, will lecture in German Friday evening, and will attend the services Sat urday morning. Tuesday night Police Captain Roberts issued an order to the sergeants to in struct the policemen to keep the corner of Main and First streets clear of the crowd of loafers which congregate there. Pat Ryan refused to "move on" yesterday when ordered to by Policeman Hill, and I was promptly locked up for obstructing i tbe sidewalk*. Santa Catalina Island steamer connects ; daily, except Sunday, at San Pedro with i Southern Pacific Company's train leaving j Arcade depot at 12:55 p. in. The steam ! ship Falcon is being painted and reno j vated. For the next ton days tbe Wil | mington Transportation Company's i staunch and fast ocean lug Warrior will 1 make daily trips, Sundays excepted. The j company reserves the right to change | steamers ami their days of sailing. Let every lover of line music hear Mrs. Chooley, the soprano, from Denver, Colo., tomorrow evening, at the Broadway M. E. ; Church. Dr. D. 3. Difrerbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and I 5, 119 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. I Wall paper at Eckstrom's, 324 S. Spring st. MARRIAGE LICENSES PftVid I- Ames, l.os Angeles 37 Jcunio K. Nichols, Lot Angeles 22 Orren T. Clutter, Redondo 26 Mrs. Mary Curtis, Los Angeles « 24 William H. Stein born. I'uente 34 Susanna liurgen, Puente 30 John V. MeLller, Los Anuelcs 33 (•race<i. Uazen, Olympia, Wash 25 Frank A. Marek, San Fernando 25 Daisey R. lleinmiller, lowa 2u Fine wedding invitations and visiting cards our specialty, tiee samples. H. M. Lee & Bro., printers and engravers, 140 North Bpring st. C. D. HOWRY Leading Funeral Direcfor FIFTH & BROADWAY ' . - I —rr= _■■ ,-_ 135 SOUTH SPRING ST. SPECIAL Today, Thursday, February 28th, The last dnr of the month and we want it to go out with a rush Our prices will surprise you. We will show you how much can be purchased for very little money. At 21 Cents per Yard. We have about 20 pieces of JAPANESE SILKS, in fancy figures, which we will offer you at 21 cents •er yard. Si* yards will make a Waist costing but 81.25, which you cannot buy already made un<ler $4.00. Tills line is displayed in our show window. We will also place on sale today JAPANESE SILKS ~)t\r* nor Varrl in plaineolor.s at <*W P er ««'»■«• VISIT OCR SILK DEPARTMENT—IT WILL PAY YOU. INDIA SILKS, " SATIN DUCHESSE, f\fi~ in fancy combinations, ILL in black and colors, ul wf\ per yard " vv at 7VV TAFFKTAfI ~ ~ /t» | f\f\ RHAOAMES /"V _ in a dozen different color- »P 1 ,\JVr all silk, 24 inches wide, OvfC TWENTY OTHER DIFFERENT BARGAINS TO SELECT FROM This advertisement changed every other day. It will pay you to watch this space. It will be hard to duplicate any of our offerings. Hoods delivered tree in any part of Pasadeaa Mail orders solicited. FIXEN & CO., 135 S. 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We do every class of rllul 111 / CT tT„ ™ Opposite Los Angeles Theater O. spring Ot. , and Hollenbeck Hotel. DR. WHITE'S WT I DISPENSARY DR. WHITE, the oldest es- tablisbed specialist, has de- A voted more time, as city pa 4|fH pers show, to the exclusive treatment of sexual and chronic diseases of men and women than any other atlver tiiing physician in this city Wood and skin diseases, red spots, pain in bones, gore throat and mouth, blotohes and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painful swellings, etc ; kidney and bladdar diseases, frequent micturition, scalding, in flammation, grarel, etc.; organic weakness, undeveloped organs, impedimenta to mar rioge, nervous debility, Impaired memory, menttil anxiety, absence of will power, weak back, lost vitality, melancholy and all dis eases resulting from excesses, indiscretion or overwork, recent or old, speedily, thoroughly and permanently cured. "Where shall I go to get cured?" many a sufferer asks, not know ing whom 10 trust. Go where thousands of others have gone and be restored to perfect health, the comforts of home and the enjoy ment of society—to Dr. White's old-established office,located eight years'in Los Angeles. All lingering chronic diseases that have been neg lected or have failed to yield to the treatment of less skillful hands soon get well under Dr* WbiU's superior treatment. Patients wishing speedy relief and sure cure should consult Dr. White, whose long, extensive experience en ables him to apply the proper tieatiucnt at once without useless experiments, thua saving the patient much time and expense. Office and private laboratory, 128 North Main street Los Angeles, Cal. Out-of-town patients treated by mail and express. THE lute 111 HI. Bounded by Central Avenue, Eighth, Fourteenth And Tennessee Streets. we cnarge no interest on Deferred payments. Lots in this Beautiful Tract are Now Offered on Our Celebrated Non-lnterest'Bearlng Install ment Contracts, on the Follow ing Liberal Terms: $223 Lots $ 10 cash ami $ 7 monthly .$250 hots $ 10 cash and* 8 monthly $275 Lots $ 15 cash and $ 9 monthly }1300 Lois $ 15 cash and $10 monthly $325 Lots $ 25 cash and $10 monthly $350 Lots $ 30 cash and $10 monthly $375 Lots * 35 cash and $10 monthly $400 Lots $ 50 cash and $10 monthly $150 Lots $100 cash and $1«) monthly $475 Lots $ 25 cash and $15 monthly $500 Lots $ 50 cash and $10 monthly $525 Lots $ 75 cash and $15 monthly $350 Lots $100 cash and $15 monthly $875 Lots 91115 cash and $15 monthly $600 Lots $-40 cash and $20 monthly $650 Lots $ 50 cash and 920 monthly $700 Lots 9 60 cash aud $20 monthly $750 Lots 9 80 cash and $20 monthly $800 Lots 9 50 cash and $25 monthly $850 Lots $100 cash and $25 monthly $000 Lots .$l5O cash and $25 montnly $950 Lots $200 cash and $25 monthly For all further Information, maps and price lists, apply to RICHARD ALTSCHUL, Gen/1 Ag t, 123V4 W. SECOND STREET, Telephone 1482. Burdick Block. £tf- X ootric cars run direct from my office to the tract. «g»AMSV PILLS! Ism uosust iCKoa; >or-*o-u»J SAl SICISttHaUARD? W,lco» Spicific Co.,Phiu«..P». Wi lit Scalpws tl Prices in Fins TailciiSf, i^cO^ suit »SM *Jsoo staffer 812 South Spring street, below Third. I TO READ When what you read la entertaining and when you don't have to strain your eyes iv perusing it. You can afford to be reckless with anything but your eyes; you can afford to take chances with anything but your sight. We make all hops of glasses for all sorts of eyes, and for their expert exainin.tion no charge is made. You will find in our tine stock everything to improve one's eyesight in tbe way of glasses. PACIVIC OPTICAL CO., Scientific Opticians, 167 N. Spring st. forget number. RUPTURE, Varicocele, Hydrocele, RECTAL DISEASES Treated Without the Knife or Deten tion from Business. DISEASES of WOMEN SKILLFULLY TREATED. Consultation and Examination Free, 656 S. MAIN ST., Cor. SEVENTH, Los Angeles, Cal. C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist. 222 1 MAIN SI, LOS ANGELES. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night. FURNITURE CARPUS 11) moves iffln Sold on Easy Payments. /uTBrSL Invalids' ( hairs and Children'l LultiFaru? Carriages rented by the day, OMJ/ffsJlL week or month. T. MARTIN, 4ji 3. Spring St.