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LEWIS A ALDERSON—
(1) s. Mnin si.
••Facts are stubborn things," yet 'tl<afaetwe
sell vhc hcst high-back oak chair ever sold here tor
$1.00. and tier >tc ones arc r:-nl '*at«nil*ra ami
don't you forget It. Yes, anil you ought to see
Vhose large oak rockers (or fS.SO, anil those real
French plate cheval bedroom sen for ?•-•>•.»>. rtew
combination sets for 110.00. Extensionsablestor
f4.00. Antique liookcases for ?3.oii.
>rOTKE- THK LOS ANUEI.ES CITY
I Water Company will slricily entorce tlie lol
lo» ing rules. The bonis for sprlnkllS* are Be
tween fi anil s o'clock a.m. and ti und s oclock p.m.
For a violation of tlie above regulation th* w*J_*
will be shut off and v Hue Of *'-' will he Obafged Be
fore the water will lie turned on ■gain.
EBOF I II B STATE
_1 Loan and Trust Company are enclosed In a
tire-proof and burglar-proof vault with time lia-ks
and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves at
tached for the priv ate examination of valuables,
with writing materials; a young lady in attendance.
I_4or""raLE-THE "XKW HOME SEWING
1 Machine Company Oder for the next W days
Vhe following bargains—VVhites. standards, Auto
matics, stingers. Domestics, Davis. Households,
etc., from Ml to fU; on payments of *1 per week.
S4» s. .spring st. Brancli, s:. K. Colorado. I'asadena.
IJIORSALE-THE ~ NILEB TRACT;•• Ll>Ts
! In this beautlral tract are now lor sale at
prices ranging from fnoti upwards; these lots are
sold only to parties who w ill build good hous.'s.
POINDEXTEK * WADSWOKTH, 105 W, Sec
MKSMIX'S FEMALE PILLS .\s A SPECIFIC
montlilv medtetne for Immediate relief ior
painful and ' irregular menspt—from whatever
cause. For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN 00., KB
S. Spring It. Price. *J per box.
fiiti WHOM 11' MAY CONCERN-I HEREBY
1 give notice that twill do lonfer be responsible
for debts incurred by my wile, ALBERT CAP
/•IARPKTHAT vill'lfoWN PRICE AT THK
I. bankrupt sal* now going on under Chamber
of Commerce building, 4<>s Broadway. MATTH
EWS A Ll BEI.sKI H_
COMMISSION TO LIVERYMEN, HORSE
' men, saloons; those engaged In mercantile
pursuits, either business. T. K. MOORK, Shaw
ban, Ky. 11
LA DIRS," VOC R~OLD H ATS MADE N EW,
cleaned, dyed, reshaped, latest styles. 50c.
STRAW WORKS, 4VI s. Spring St.. bet 4th et sth.
BL'TTEK— CHEAPER THAN EVER; FINK
butter. !!*C roll; choice, We square. M. T.
HEH/.OG, 4428. Spring. _____ 14
MACHIJS EItYTDIES, AND TOOLS MADE
and repaired. J. VON'sKHKKV. Jis s. Los
Angeles St. Tel, 933.
AN HONORABLE ~MARRIAGE BUREAU;
10 cents for details; confidential. P.O. BOS
47!t, Lr.s Angeles.
ITIOK CONCORD WAGONS CALL AT BIG
! Tree Carriage Works. I-s sr., I'edro st. 2*
F. SLOPES, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 12
rpHEh >s"ani;ki.!•:s business college
__ incorporated, located at 11 -t s. Main St., is the
largest and. best equipped institution in Southern
California. It provides a thorough business edu
cation in the most, practical way. The ahortngnd
department leads all competitors, and is a great
Biiocess. Its department of penmonablp is con
ducted by K. K. Isaacs, a teacher of national repu
tation. Day session open all the year. Night ses
sions Monday. Wednesday anil Friday ntgbta of
each week. Send for catalogue. E. it BCHRA
DER. pres.; F. W. KKI.sKV. vice pres.; U X.
nroODBCRY iu'sixi:ss college, 270 s,
▼ V Spring St.: the oldest, largest and litlest
pquipped commercial school in Southern Califor
nia; a thorough couiss in the commercial branches
and banking; a superior and successful shorthand
and typewriting department inula practical Eng
lish course; new college moms, perfectly lighted
and ventilated; electric elevators for pupils' use;
new furniture and appliances; open all tho year:
pupil* received at auy time: illustrated catalogue
ana toll information free. (4. a. HOUGH, presi
dent; X. c. FKI.K Ell, vice president.
rjMUtOOP POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, PAB
_ adena. offers manual training, sloyd. :tr;. litera
ry, seientltlc. classical and normal departments,
see exhibit In Stimson Block, Los Angeles, or ad
dress PRESIDENT C. H. KEYES, Pasadena.
Gi IRLS'COLLEGIATE SCHOOL-
T till W, Tenth st
Miss pausi.Xs AM. MISS DKXXKX.
I,R. L. VV.'WELLS, EXTRACTION" PAtN
XJ less; coed crowns, bridgework and teeth
Without plates S specialty, cm-, spring and First
sts., Wilson block. Telephone isut;.
\ DAMS BROS.' DENTAL PARLORS, ." ' .
. s. spring st.: painless extraction and lin
ing: plates, So,fg, 10; all wors guaranteed; estab.
10 years. Hours Sundays IJ-12.
Cl 11. k'HIKI 11 HA CM. DENTIST. :|,
T. Broiduay, entrance through Westiervelt'a
studio, t utice hours, t:& to 12 ami ltoo.
lUDWIO SEMLER, 1). D. s —BENTAL~OF-
j Hee, room I. ihs. Sptlnjst;; other, hours, tt
to 12 und t:Su to 5.
VLB AX V DE NT A L PA RL( i Its-' i ERM AN
. American bank building. A set of teeth,
?!>; best S. S. white teeth, 110 per set.
Comer Seventh and Main streets.
DR. E. G. HOW A R~D - DENTIST] ROOMS
322-323 BrOdbUry Block, Los Angeles, Gal. 4-7
DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, ins', X. spRiXG
si., rooms 2, ti s_d 7. Painless extraction.
JMtANK STEVENS, tUH Bi SPRING ST.
Open Sundays and evenings; electric light.
V R. < I NNINOHAM, DENTIST, CALIFOR-
X • nia It.ink bull.ling.
TUCKER. DENTIST]I2OX 8. Spring st.
XlXcCltsioNS TO THK EAST—THE Va-
J_ vorlte personally conducted excursions of the
santu Fe route Leave Los Angeles every Thursday
morning at 7o'clock; Pullman upholstered sleep
ing can run without change Loa Angeles vo Chi
cago, Kansas city, si. Loulsaiid st. Paul, wiih an
annex ear to Boston; the ur- it point in remember
is that you can save at Hie very least one full
day's travel by traveling on the fast train "f the
sauta Fe route; attentive conductors accompany
the parties through; bt rtbs reserved and more de
tailed information obtained at the company's of
fice, 12.' N. spring s'., l.os Angeles, or through unv
ngetit of the Southern ' talifornl* ftallwas.
BURLINGTON ROUTE EXCURSIONS, PER
noiially conducted, Leave l.os Angeles every
Wednesday via Southern Pacific, Denver and Rln
Grande and Burlington route ior Chicago, New
York, Boston and other eastern points; upholster
ed tourist ears with all conveniences. s< c any
Southern Pacific agent or write to T. H. DUZAN,
222 S. spring st.. l.os Angeles, t al.
J CDSON'S POPU LA I! EXCURSIONS—
Every Monday ever the l:in Grande Western
and Denver and Itio Grande railways; scenic
route; personally conducted; newly upholatered
car* through to Chicago, New York and Boston,
Finest equipment, heel service, quick time, t ifflce,
212 s. spring st.
I>HILLIPS' PERSONALLY ~ CONDUCTED
excursions,via ihe Rio Grande and Rook Island
routes, leave l.os Angeles cvi ry Tuesday,cross the
SierraNevodus,aud pass tl nr.. Itio Uraude
scenery by daylight. Also via the southern mute
e\-i rv <ulh c. s. sp,m_ st.
LOST AND FOUND
OTRAYED--KROMTHKPKLLIssII KKASt It
Tburstlay evening, 2 mules, i buy an.! i black ;
any one flOdlng aaiuo will please notify Vienna
bakery or ranch :i
■gTIOUND—BUILDER WHO WA N TS FIANo]
I horse and buggy as part pay for building bouse
It D. COATEM, 224 S. Olive street. ss
STRAYED FROM ISO H EST THIRTIETH til']
one sorrel filly with halter. Receive liberal
ITIOUND-SAM CLIPS Houses AT YOUH
oxx v prie. . North l.troail-.'. a\ .
"~ GOLD MINES
JJAItiTKs INTERESTED IX MIXING AND
wishing to sen or buy niiulug propattv w ill do
wen to call on LOY JtHUKIS s. Broadway.
" ~ REAL ESTATE
BELL * SABIUHI, It KAI. ESTATE AND
Insurance agents; money loaned at a percent,
2ui W. Third st. 12-7 if
EW. KEID 4 CO.
. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
i 120 W. Ftrst St.
, Tel. 10H.
Orders telephoned or telegraphed at
We are the oldest established agency In South
ern California, and our long experience enables us
to select such help as our patrons call for.
We furnish all classes of help free of charge, and
can supply you on short notice, (live us your or
der ami you will not be disappointed In quality of
j help or promptness. X Yv. RKIDrt CO. 2-0 tf
A MAN IN KVKItV SECTION TO SELL
staple goods lo dealers; experience unneces
-1 sury; best side'tne. S7", a month. Salary and BS>
' peiises or large commission mad-. For sealed
particulars send Jlanip. CLIFTON SOAP MAS
! V/FAt TI RING CO.. Cincinnati, O.
FKTTY. HUMMEL * CO.. SM-302 VV. SECOND
St. Tel. Soil. The twst employment ofllce In
every way In southern California.
TaTANTED A FIRST CLASS i OAT-MA KKR
\> PA X N 1.1105.. Riverside, Cal. 15_
"grrANTED—FOUR HOUSE GIIU.S, SIS TO
>» HO per month: hotel waitress. Mil orange
I packers, etc.; old man for light Inside steady work,
must call early. SOUTHERN EMPLOYMENT
CO , 3211 SI. Main st. »
IV ANTED - YOl'Nli GIRL FOR EIGHT
W house work. . r >3.l Temple st. tl
SITU A TIONS WANTED- -MA LE
Pt'Spr\ mc persons doslrlng pniploymoni, wiH be
allowed io Insert three lines (or iwo inscrttonM Mh
drr (hit heiKlimr free ot" ehnrne.
SI Tl' A TTuX^W ANTK D—BY A < iOO DOA H
dem-r and orvhardist: also can tnkiM-ure ot line
| horses. Address. (URDENKK, Judas Onliaid,
I park, Pasadena. »*»
MAN. OKRMAN, WANTS" KM
plovment ot'uov kind. Iteference fnniisl'ed.
I E box (io, mil ofUce. 1°
\ r OtJIfO MAN WANTS WORK TAKINH
care of horse-*, making himself Kenerally nse
j fuf. Address I. IL, Hox 60, this office. 10
TITAN rED (KKS CANVASBKB IN ( tTV,
>\ for good business. 717 CoUOfa st. ll
yurNi; man wants WORK on prtvatk
I place or small fruit raiu h ; |18 and board. Ad
divss X, Bo\ 90, 11 I
DeaervIn« persons desirintr employment will be
allowed to Insert three lines for »vo insertions un
der this heading, free of i-hartfe.
W laandress. Apply i>y letter no K. Fiiih st. 9
«TTANTED CHILDREN TO BOARD AND
i-;ir.' ior. A.Klrr<s W. 11.. station K. t'ity.
ll f A N rED—GOOD HOMK I N LOS ANGEH B
TT in part e.\< hanue tor tine income lant h dooi
Orange, unincumbered; no cash needed; dinVr
ence secured by mort^aße.
fJood residence tn Los Angeles 5 or 6 rooms, clear
or nearly so. for good income ranch near Hemet.
Mouse or vacant lots Los A imeles, clear, for fine
Income property Columbus* Ohio, clear.
Improved or vacant. Los Angeles, for 7S acres
uearCleurwater this county ;no alkali: coo<l grain
andaltulta land. LOY «V HL'RIN, s. Broad
T¥T ANTED LOTB EVERYWHERE,
*T we have lots of bmtrs who want them;
bring tliem In today. CONNORS' CORNKR LOT
.\ni-XfV. -' >; v.'. Second m. g
TTTANTED—TO P .NT YOUR ROUSES; WE
TT can rent your bouse for you; we have a
greater demand f >r houses than we run supply nnd
have to turn people away each da>"; bring us youi
house &i once if you want a good teuaut A. L.
TUWLE ± CO., .31 W. First st. 10
(1 ARP__TS~AT YOUR OWN PRICE AT THE
j bankrupt sale now going on under Chamber
Of Commerce building, KM Broadway. MATTH
EWS a LCBELSKI. 11
Tt > LET—TW<» N X W~FI VE~-~ROOmTToT
lages. cheap, t all at s_l Towne avenue. J.
W. MILTKN BK IIHKK, 3-10
RENT—RICE LIST OF FURNISHED
houses tn all parts of the city. S. P. CRKA
BINGER, 237 W. First st. 3-3
lIORI IOR RENT—TWO UNFURNISHED. BU|T
able rooms f<»r light housekeejting, 420 South
mo'Sr-fwo furnished"rooms, suit-
J| able ior gentlenian or housekeeping. Call at
320 Clay st. !t
rpHE DENVER, 183 N. MAIN ST.; FINE
1 furnished rooms; |l.fiO per week and up; cen
ter of city.
ri RAND PACIFIC, 42S S. SPRING ST.; FUTB.
\JT large rooms; §3 per week and up.
RI",NT - A KINK OFFICE. APPLY TO
BELL A SABICHI, 106 W, Third st. tf
TTvO R~tt X N T—Fl' X NIB3IK D* ROOMS, AOS BA N-
I ning -i reet 31
MEDIUMS _ :
V REIVED - HARRY WAITE. TH X
Clairvoyant of ClHirvoyants and the ONLY
inuependent slate writing medium in the city, that
answers sealed messages while in a dead tr.incp,
teljslfjiour lover is true or false, who to trust and
ivlio to watch, teltfl your lucky niontli. week or
day, gi\"es advice on all matters of importance,
BUCfI M l)u:sl:iess. love affairs, divorce.-.,
lawsuits, pte. Locates losi or stolen goods, reu
nites tin* separate*!, brings speedy marriages, re
moTMJitumDllng blocks and bad luck, of all kinds, j
II you tiri*l witii all your naunv's gifts that you :
caunoi snccood, go at once io this wonderful man
and find but the cause of your bad luck Remem
ber be veils you all you wish to know and does not
ask you a solitary question, no:" do you pay a cent
miles* yi»u ore inliy syrKiled. but If you yp'satis
fled he tben eborgtl yon *?2.oti. is this not honeat?
Now ilo not delay, but go at once and see this me
dium. It you are going to see a medium, why not
see the greatest on sartfi? lie bus taken parlors at
553 8, Hroadway.where he will give private sittings
daily. Hours from !• to s. P, S.—People living out
of the city send stamp for free advice, but ask no
questional 2-27 tf
I>RO F. L EE—DO "THE DEAD RETURN ? ">IF
. you doubt, come and be convinced by Prof. ]
Lee, the slate-writing medium; messages given
from your loved ones written on slates cleaned by
yourself and held In your own hands; sealed moa
sages answered while in a dead trance; a medium
by the gift of God. PROF. LEE, 2421-2 8. Broad
way; parlors 12 and 18. 2-21
TTT I-NO-NA-SKVKNTH DAUGHTER OF
m the late Dr. King World, renowned Clair
voyant and satrologtst, Life reading Of the plan
eta ami crystal • f ) , > cts and -i. NaUvities ?i upwards.
Hours !» a. m. to Bp. m., 421 W. seventh st. 15
Rs. PKUCY, 10> X FIFT H HOLDS
circles Friday afternoons, Monday and Thurs
day evenings. Readings, ?L 31
Miss KATE LAMP-MAN, "STARLIGH T,"
celebrated little trance medium; sittings
daily ; 122 W. Seventh sv. 4-7
|J1 RENCH LADY HEAL! N<; ~ M EDI CM—
» Life reading. Parlor 7. No. 156 1-2 s. spring st.
\[KS." HoHkTnB MIT(!HELL—BUBINEBB
I and lest nit-dimn. 7n) K. Fitth st. 2-2-* Initf
OALMISTRY—PROF. A. MYERS, THE CEL-
X ebrateii European palmlii, pscychomel rist
and Who has examined th" hands Of
in oat of the crowned heads of Europe, lias arrived
in Los Angeles and intends to remain here for
some time. By palmistry he reveals accurately
the past. preS4 nt and future of the Individual; gives
descriptions of every member of your family, the
lieceased. as well as the living; also the description
of the one you have married and the one you will
marry; tells country of birth, age and how long
you will live; describes perfectly your present cir
cumstances, and no matter how difficult they are,
by bin advice you will be able to avoid obstacles
and aided to success. As v psyohometrlst he is
unequaled. He will locate any allmeuv.or disease
more accurately than autopsy would do, aud by
this gilt and power has helped many, who hail
given Up all hope. AU who are about to make a
change should consult him, as his advice is reliable
arid beneficial. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or
no pity. Free- Kr ec—Free medical diagnose from
Bto 10 a.m. Readings from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Par
loi s. the Norwonl. Bgg s. M ill si., cor, of Sixth. 13
Mtta WEAVER JACKSON, MANICURING
for ladles ami gentlemen; specialist in com
plexion department; electrolytic removal of
superfluous hair, 906-7-4 Stimson Block; tel. 1298.
I NO H. si ARBOROCCH, SCIKNTIFK OPTI
•J clan; Chicago graduate; eyes examined free;
correct giass-s prescribed* Rooms 201 and 212,
stimson building. 3-1H
UP. R fj COLLINS, OPT HA LM IC OPTL
1 Tan. wiih the Los Angeles optical institute;
eyi'Se.\a 1111 himHi'■ 1 _■*) s. spring st.
Mils. L. 3. KKNNKDY."max'ii'tRK *AND
ehlropodlsv; moles and hair removed by
electric needle. Crocket block, 212 s. Broadway.
Miss c. st a PFE R. CHIROPOWST; I.A
. dies' masseuse, 211 W. First St.. opp. Nadeuu.
| B. ZAI HAC, SURGEON CHIROPODIST.
1 ' 124 Main st.. rooms 4 and 5.
A TTORNE V S-A T-LA W~'
t y H I N I V 4 l IRON] Si N W."< OR?FRANK"LIN
and New High stts . |„s Angeles. Rooms 12,
13 and 14, Abstract and Title Insurance Block.
OECK A- IdI.IOY,~A TTORNKYS-A l'-I.AW s
X. and 0, Moore Block, 110 CoOrt at.
MX. VOUNQ, ATTORNEY-A'l-I.A\V,",(is
. Bradbury Building. '
LADIES THAI LIKE' To' WEAR FIRST
class fitting dresses call at 12l S. Main st.
Dresses made from H up. MRS. s'I'OLTEN'BERG
LOS AXGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MOITNTNG, MARCH 9, 1895.
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY,
I Nt OKPOR ATED.
Ix>ans money In any amount on all
kinds of collateral securities, dia
monds. Jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, Iron and
steel safes, without removal. Partial
Sayinents received. Money quick,
business confidential. Private oflice
W. K. DE OKOOT, Manager,
Rooms 2, 3 and 4,114 S. Spring st.
~\/T ONEY* TO LOAN AT fl PER CENT TO
-*T1 build bouses on the installment plan.
BEN FRO 4 CUMMINGS,
Real Lstate and Insurance Brokers*
UW WEST THIRD STREET,
LTNION LOAN COMPANY,
; stimson Block,
Loans money on all kinds of collateral security,
watches, diamonds, sealskins and furniture In
lodging and bourding bouses and on pianos without
removal: also ou bunds, stocks and mortgages; low
interest; money at once; Imslnesscontidpntial: pri
vate oliice for ladle*, room 112. CLARK A. SHAW,
managers, rooms 111 and U2. first floor, stimson
M" ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
. watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on
pianos, merchandise. Iron and steel safes, furni
ture In lodging houses, boarding bouses and hotels
without removal; also on city and country prop
eity; low Interest; can have money at oboe;
business confidential; private oliice for ladies.
GEO, s. ROBINSON, 223 W. First at., rooms
2 and 3.
nOINDEXTEI A WADBWORTH, BROKERS,
1 :;■>:> \\\ second at., huy and sell mortgages,
stork-, bondsand any goo.l securities; it you wish
to lend or loirrow or* invest In real estate, call on
us; collections made and property managed for
non-residents. 28 tf
MONEY TO LOAM IN BUMS TO SUIT, ON
. any good collateral; business strictly contl
dentlal; loans negotiated on city anil country
property. W. E. DKMfNO, 211 W. First St.,
MONEY TO LOA N ON MONTHLY" INSTALL
msnts, long time and easy pavmcnts. No
commission charged. Apple NA TION AI, BUILD
ING AN 1> LOAN ASSOC! ATIOX, 151 S. H'dway.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATtIIT
. es, jewelry, pianos, live stt .-k, carriages,
bicycles, ail kinds of personal security. LEE
BROS., 402 S. Spring St. 2-20 1>
rp(l LOAN UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR
1 small loans; no commissions; light expense.
SECURI TV LOAN A TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring.
MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE AND SMALL
amounts: long or short time. S. P. CREA
SINGER, 2.17 W. First st. 3-S
wf«)»> il/Wi TO LOAN ON CITY* PROP
O— — ,UUU arty, from J2OOO up. w. p.
LARKIN, 110 S. Broadway. 20tf
m" LOA N--MONEY' 1 V STMS~TO SUIT AT
I reasonable rates. WM. F. bosbysHEl.l,
lib S. Broadway. tf
Tito LOAN-MONEY* ON PERSONAL SE
-1 curlty. JOHN L. TAVKOVICH. 220 W.
First St. 28tf
MONEY TO LOAN-SMITH * O'BRIEN, 107
S. Broadway. 2-5 tt
rpO LOAN—*IOO TO S100,00o75*» TO*B NET. HO
J.. W. First st. ti-i tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN si MS TO SUIT. 22a
W. First st
rpO LOAN- MONEY' ON PERSONAL NOTES,
1 22) W. First st. 7SH
STOCKS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES
i,;' It SA LE-ca R*t^R^^^TiiclosßT > fftS :
J. ing brokers, represent leading properties; gold,
silver, copper, lead, etc.; examinations made and
reports furnished by tha most competent and re
sponsible California experts; correspondence so
licited : information promptly furnished. Offloe,
328 S. Broadway. 12-12 tf
"DUTCHERS, ATTENTION—ONE OF THE
Xy best and oldest established meat markets in
city: run by present owner over 8 years; com
mands a big steady cash trade; clearing flso
monthly above all expenses: everything in good
condition; sure investment; price $1800; see BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st. 4-7 tf
ITvOR SALE—OLD ESTABLISHED LODGING
house: 37 rooms, completely furnished ; doing
good business; close In; must be sold on account
Of sickness; this la a bona tide proposition; no
reasonable olfer refused; must sell within 2 weeks.
Address or call 23.1', E. First, 12 and 3 p. in. 12
I> A RTN XX WANTED—TO ~ TAKE HA I, F
and controlling interest in Los Angeles branch
of Chicago Health Institute. We iwsitively cure
all chronic and nervous diseases without drugs. If
you want a nice and iucrative business investigate
this. PROFESSOR ANDERSON. 321S S.
Spring st. 9
VLONO ESTABLISH!-: P~La"d EES' HAlR
dresslng and toilet business for sale at a bar
gain, in consequence of ill-health. For full partic
ulars address A. 8., care of news stand, sou Fifth 1
St., San Diego, Cal. 11
&(* "T/t-A RARE CHANCE. A PARTNER
OvIfJV/ "tinted to deliver orders, collect, etc.,
in one of the best paying meat markets in the cily,
w ill clear $10) h mouth to each. Apply to BEN
WHITE:, 221 W. First St. 3-4 tf
"i ~* "\ /i-WOOD.T'OAI. AND FEED BUSI-
i .3*7 ness; receiptsg29 a day and up: sure
investment; value in stock. See BEN" WHITE,
221 W. First St. 3-4 tf
I -lOR SALE—A RESTAURANT: GOOD Busi
ness; rent 17.60 per month. Colton block,
Fourth and Los Angeles st. 2-28 tf
(IHANCK FOR Bio RETURNS-HAVE YOU
j ?3'to to invest in a strictly legitimate business
enterprise? Will pay 875 per week. Address N,
Box ;in, this offlce. tf
J IOR SALE TH E FINEST 50-ROOM HOUSE
In the cily; very central: running full; new
and elegantly furnished. Address, Z. A.. Box so.
this offlce. 10
PA RTNEKS FOB POTJn" DIFFERENT
branches of business trom S.'OO to 1110.
SOUTHERN EMPLOYMENT CO., 320 North
Main st. 0
I,ioll SALE—ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS
chances; bad debts collected ; established 1880.
EDWARD NITTINGER, 411 s. Los Angeles st.
CIOK SALE—NICE LIST OF HOTELS AND
X lodging houses; prices range from 0300 up
ward. S. P. CREASINGER, 237 W. First st. 3-3
IjSOB SALE—A VALUABLE COAL MINE IN
state of California, by widow. Address, M4ts.
FA NN IE ORE F.N, San Bernardino, Cal. 22
rjioE SALE RESTAURANT; VERY' GREAT
bargain; must sell; choice location; price *450.
I. D. BARNARD, 117' 3 S. Broadway. 0
j»r7 Krt—PAYING LODGING HOUSE OF li
O i tJ\J rooms, nicely famished; bargain, see
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 3-4 tf
O 1 /Y/A/t —LODGING house. HAND
UP 1 VJYJYJ somely furnished; close in. Apply
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First St. 2-1 If"
0 | "ft- A < AN"D V T FRU IT AN* D~~c lIAR
01 t}\J store; bargain this day. Apply BEN
W H TI E, 221 W. First st. 3-4 tf
J» Q (\f\— DELICACYI CREAMERY, ETC.,
SB rM7Uclose In; pays big. Apply BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First St. ' 3-4 tf
| s; /-.—ROUTE, WITH HORSE, wagon,
•~1 ,)U etc, pays well. Apply ben white,
221 W. First St. 3-4 tf
rpo sell "Vour'''business go to
JL I. 1). HA UNA hp, 117', s. Broadway.
PERSONAL HOUSEKEEPERS. ATTEN
.!_ tion IGr ieertesat cut rates. 51 lbs. tlour. SAc;
lv lbs. corn meal, 15.■; Hi lbs. lard, 650 ; 5 lbs Japan
tea, 61; can cocoa, Mc; Rio coffee. 25c; keg Hol
land herrings, 75c; 2 lbs. codfish, 15c; salmon bel
lies, sc; lo lbs. raisins, 25e; H lbs. apricots, 25c; 3
Mis. ehorrles, 25c; hams, bo; pork. 71.0.
315 South Spring.
"PERSONAL—RALPHS BROS—GOLD BAR
A Hour, VOC; city flour, 70c; granulated sugar, 21
lbs *1; brown sugar, 23 lbs. $1; 7 lbs. rolled wheat
or oats, 25e; sardines, 5 boxes 2">c j tomatoes. 2 cans
Isc; 7bars German family soap, 2*a-: 5 gallons oil,
00c; gasoline, 66c; 3 packages morning meal. ZSc;
lard, 10-1 tj can 75c; 5 lbs. 4')e. tun s. Spring Btreet,
rTYHE LATEST STYLE REGENT SUITS
1 made by crack eastern tailors lor 53.',, we will
sell for 616 If we can tit you. MIBPIT CIXJTH
INO PARLORS, 226-226 W. Second st , between
spring and Broadway. tf
TTTHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR 639
for a suit, when you can get the same ibing
fit |16e.l tiie MISFIT CLOTHING parlors,
223-225 W. Set ond St., between Spring and Broad
way f tf
\TTENTION FULL-DRESS sfl'ls'Voß
hi i c. suit able for balls, part les and reospttons.
at the MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223-225
W. Second St., bet. Spring and Hroadway. tf
liKAL ESTATE AND LODGING Hot si;s,
V rant lies and city property, sales ainl ex
changes perfected, bouse renting promptly at
tended to. M. P. HOW EN, 115 W. Second st. If
MISFITS AND UNCALLED FOR GAR
meats et less than half your tatb -'s at.
the MISHT CLOTHING PARLORS, 223 225 W.
Second st., between Spring and Broadway, tf
HARRY, DID YOU SEE THE NOBBY PAIR
ofpantstbat I bought for 66 Wat the misfit
CLOTHING PARLORS, 226-226 W. second st.,be
tween Spring and Broadway. tf
PERSONAL - PALM ISTRY ; ONE HAND
A read free; every hidden mystery revealed; life
read from cradle to grave without a mistake; 1 till
sp. in. III 1 .. W. Third st.
TUJANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER
I for -12 we will sell for 66 at the MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, 236-228 W Set ond st.,
between spring and Broadway. tf
MME. /ETNA FORTUNE TELLER BY
. reading cards ; ulso alcohol but lis ; select pat
ronage, 158'jN. Spring St., loom 4." 21
MMX. LBCROQ, t BENCH DRESSMAKER,
cor. Second and Main, next to Cathedral.
FOR SALE---CITY PROPERTY^
FOR BALK- " r
BY lOHN 11. COXK,
217 SOUTH BROADWAY.
Improved and unimproved.
With and without Income.
RESIDENCE P Rf> PET V".
With handsome residences.
Willi nice residences.
With lair residences.
With poor residences.
In good locality.
In fair locality.
In poor locality.
Any kind, every kind, all kinds of prices.
From fioo to f 100,000.
Property was never cheaper,
and It never will again be as
low as it is today.
JOHN H. I'llXE,
207 South Broadw ay. 6-6-9
Real Estate and Investment Brokers,
134 S. Broadway.
Orange and walnut groves a specialty.
Large ranch SS for subdivision.
Gilt edge city property.
BY JOHN H. COKE,
207 S. Broadway.
INVESTORS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
3d feet on
■ IS the
Who is going to pick op the golden egg? 6tf
rp. R ACT OF HOMES
GRIDER * DOW'S ADAMS STREET TRACT.
6300 to 6600 will buy the finest building lot in the
city, fronting Adams sireet—B2 feet wide, Twenty
eighth street, 100 feet w ide, both lined with tine
palm trees; Twenty-seventh street and Twenty
ninth street. Lots all 50 fee! front, alleys In real :
cement walks and curbs, streets graded, graveled
anil sprinkled; street trees planted. Rich loam
soli. 30 feet higher than Figueroa street, grand
view of the mountains, building clause. Visit this
tract and see the many fine homes being built
Only 15 minutes* ride from second and Spring sts.
Ott the new double electric cars down Central aye.
Office on the tract. Free carriage. For maps,
prices and all information write or call on
24-tf GRIDER A DOW, 109's S. Broadway.
-|7-OR SALE-f375 WILL BUY" A tfl.TO LOT ON
X Thirty-sixth street, near Main. 50x125; also 90
choice lots on electric line, between Los Angeles
aud Pasadena: lots from 60x160 tn 200x600 feet sold
on longtime; houses built to order; come and take
a free trip out aud get a choice lot: no money
down to those who build at once.
W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20-tf 110 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-BY \V. J. FISHER 227 W. SEC
ond street—6l4 a foot, lots, Kohler st. near sev
enth;|lsa foot lots, Merchant St., near Seventh;
•900. a snap, new bouse. 5 rooms, bard finish, Koh
ler st.; 81850. new bouse. 6 rooms, bath. Kohler st.;
682.60, a flu cash, 8 years' credit, 0 per cent. 10
acres; 6700, a., 12 acres, near electric cars. Univer
sity; w anted *4000, 10.', gross, on city property,
rents 24 per cent. 20-tf
PECI A L HA KGAIN—I HAVE FOR SALE
~ the SE. corner of Main anil sixteenth sts., with
large cottage renting now for 825. Lot over SO feet
front by UO, to an alley. Good business corner.
Revenue could be much increased by putting up
stores. Price asked, only 66000, Will consider nnv
reasonable offer. RICHARD ALi'SCHUL, ex
clusive agent, 123 W. Second. 9
LE—626O( LOTS 40x140 ON WILLOW
X St., 6300, lots 30x140 ou Palmetto st. No pay
ment required down if you will build. These lots
are in the Arthur.tract, between the Southern Pa
cific and Santa Fe depots, corner of Mateo ami
Palmetto streets, 10 minutes walk to town, see
owner at once. I. H. SHAFEH, 120.'j S. Spring
st., room 1. 3-tf
ABA Rc7alN^66ooo—2 LARGE _ 10-RrjOM~~RE
sldences with 100 feet of ground: sewer con
nections, barn, etc; paying 865 per month rental:
owner, non-resident and we have orders to sell this
property; never offered before for less than 81 n ,oou;
i* you are looking for a soft snap, let us show you
this. A. O. VICKERY <B CO. 110.S S. Broadway.
81x165 feet on west side of Broadway, between
Third and Fourth sts.: this is an opportunity to
secure a tine building site, or a good speculation to
hold for an advance; we are sole agents. STRAS
BL'RG A PAYNE, 234 S. Broadway. 12
. 213 W..First St.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
FOR SALE-S5OOO, »3000 CASH, WILL BUY
large 9-rooni, two story, line bouse, all modern,
on corner 101, 100x118 feet, this place Is southwest,
on electric line; will soon be worth Sio.ooo.
Also a number of other good houses, southwest,
from 61300 up. W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20-tf Ilu S. Broadway.
20 fine bargains in houses, from $600 to 62000:
some that must be sold and will go at bargains.
W. P. LARKIN A CO.
20tf no s. Broadway,
BARGAIN-OWNER GOING EAST; 14
-room house, Orange st., close to Pearl, lot
173x255; easy terms; special price for ail cash : must
lie sold CONNORS' CORNER LOT AGENCY,
207 W. Second st. 0
>il 00/ \f\ FOB SALE-A ""NEW DOUBLE,
O **»jyj\J bouse r»nted.?3oamo. ;f 1000 can stand
Byears: gilt edge investment, jouti—s-room house,
rented 612. 61850—t1-rooms and bath ; a bargain.
10 W. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second St.
S.~ PHELPS A CO-, REAL ESTATE
• agents; list your property for sale or ex
change with us, and we will make every effort to
meet your wants; correspondence from abroad so
licited. Office IBa S. Broadway. if
I7IOR SALE-WEST HALT OF t.OTs's" AND si
block 29, Hancock's survey, 35 acres, near oil
wells iv the northwest quarter of ihe city. Apply
to C. M. STEPHENS,room no, TempleTSloek. Istf
1~ JvOR SALE-ONE FINE LOT IN FAIR*
2 mount tract for 61000; worth 6/1200.
W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
20 tf 110 s. Broadway.
/•-ROOM HOUSE, TEMPLE, CLOSE IN.OWN-
O ermust sell, will sell house ami lot for less
than house cost. CONNORS' CORNER LOT
agency. 2i7 w. Second st. o
IJIOR SALK-AT A BAKG A I N, 5-Koi lsl~i 'OT
tage on Downev aye, '»asy terms, low interest.
CONNORS' CORNER LOT AGENCY, 207 W.
Set ond St. 9
PfOHSAI.K- -LOTS; LARGE LOT S ANT EE ST.'.
11100; Y'ernon near Pico, 6600; 'Twelfth near
I'nion. 6650; orange near Vernon, $800. LOY' A
HURIN, 338 s. Broadway. 3 12
T-K lit SALE-A RUSINESR BLOCK; CEN-
X trally located; bringing good incomes; good
reasons for sale can be given by L. SCHMIDT, 115
W. First St., rooms ti nnd 7. 9
rplIE UNDIY'IDED ONE TH IHD OF TEM PLE
M street oil lands: also a water right. Address
FANNIE GREEN, San Bernardino, Cal. 22
T74OR SALE- CHOICE LOTS IN SANTA MON-
X lea, by ROBERT F JONES A CO., 204 Brad
bury block. &tf
fJ-lOR SALE 7-KOOM COTTAGE, 923 WEST
X Sixth sc. near Pearl, ?2Quit; no-foot lot. stf
rilWO FINE LODGING HOUSES-INQUIRE
± 317 S. Hill st. 9_
FOR SALE-LIVE STOCK^
IT-RED II V NER HAS ORNAMENTAL AND
. deciduous fruit, trees, large variety; 212 W.
Fourth st. Cull or wriu.
IIS.ORS ALE-SINGLET" DOE RLE DRIVERS,
' buggies end harness, BACON', rear 508 s.
_STO YE REPAIRERS^
CHICAGO REPAIRING CO,. JAMES MAYOR,
158 W. Fittlt m Repairs made for any stove
iv tbe U.S. Patterns made to order. 15
G- TaSOI.] NE STOVES CLEAN ED, REP AI REP.
T Tel. 1008. HLACKMAN, 413 S. Spring St.
HOMES FOR ALL
Choice fruit, berry and farming lands. One mile
ontalde tho city and near the new Pasadena electric
road, In tracts to suit, at too, **>, |12S to S2OO per
acre, on easy terms. Take the electric cars on
Spring st. to Highland Park postofllee. Our
fluent there will show the land, or free carriage
from our oflloe to the tract. ORIDER * DOW,
109',, S. Hroadway. Btf
ITtOIt SALK-IRUITVTaNDS IN THE~EX-
Mission Macluy ranehn, near San Fernanda
and l'acoima, on the southern Pacific railway,
within easy reach of the city ; 1100 feet above hi'ib
level. Delightful climate; 074 per acres on easy
terms; also Rood building lota lv West Los Angeles
on the University electric car line. Anplv to the
UNIVERSITY 01. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
rooms il ami 7. Phillips Rlock Annex, Los Angeles;
special prices for cash. 30
1740R SALE-80 ACREsT~MOIST LANITIN
grain ; fine land; no alkali; good house and Im
provements: near Ureen Meadow school house;
live miles jrom Los Angeles; ?100 per acre.
Fine Improved lv acres; oranges, deciduous fruits,
alfalfa, good bouse, ham, all In good order; clear;
wdll take desirable building lot In Los Angeles lv
part pay. LOY" A 111 'KIN, IM s. Hroadway. 3-1,1
MO per acre. 320 acres first-class alfalfa land.
$40 pet* acre, 160 acres alfalfa, close In.
jluo per acre, 40, ,VI and ISO acre blocks at city lira-
Its. Terms easy. W. P. LARKIN A CO.,
IHi S. Hroadway.
20tf Headquarters for Chicago Buyers.
(" >(OMPULSORVsALE OF LAND TO CLOSE
j out an estate: 32ii acres of grazing and farming
land In Tulare county, Cal., 10 miles northeast of
Vlsalia, one mile distant from Kaweah station. OB
Southern Pacific railroad. Apply at once to JOS.
MEsMER, administrator, Los Angeles, Cal.2-17
I[M)R SALE SI'PER lOR FRF IT LA Nils;
' water sold with land In definite quantity, de
livered in steel pipes under pressure, reservoir
capacity six billion gallons. HKMET LAND CO.,
Baker Block, Los Angeles.
17U>R SALE—I 3 FRUIT GOOD
. bargains, from 10 iicies up to 800, close In; five
choice orange groves. In full bearing, on easy
terms. W. P. LARKIN * CO., no s. Broadway.
or'saLE AT AG r EAt BA RfJAIN-3 BEC
tions of good land in Kern county. Inquire 413
S. Spring st. i
SALE OF UNCLAIMED MERCHANDISE IN
the Pacitic Warehouse, BtU nnd M) 3 East First
street, in the city of Loa Angeles, California. The
following-described inerehamlise, upon which the
MoraKa eharg»v have remained unpaid for more
than a year. Notice ts herehy Riven that ihe same
will be sold at public auction to the blfbest bidder
for cash, at said Pactllc Warehouse, No. Si>l and 803
K. First St., Los Angeles, Cal., Wednesday, March
20th, ls»s, at 10 o'clock a. m., by Thomas B. Clark,
anetioneer, to pay the advance charges and storage
und cost of sale on said merchandise, as fol
lows, to-wit' T. J. Itobinson, household goods,
(53.20, accrued storage; I). W. Field, 1 trunk.flti,
accrued storage: George M. Lake, tool chest. f_-.tio,
accrued storage; A. C. Wright, minerals und
books, f_s,(sO; accrued stornge; Mrs. M. Marmion,
1 trunk, $17.90, accrued storuge; Mrs. Skinner, ice
chest, pML accrued storage; Mrs. O. W. Williams,
trunk, $13.80, aecnu-d storage: Mrs. Ada Smith,
pictures and dishes,*l4, accrued storage; Mrs. Kell
niuii, pictures and trunk, f13.H0, accrued storage;
]». It. Matlock, fruit pickers. *:V>.2">, accrued stor*
age; J. M. smith, 1 incubator. accrued storage,
D*tfid l.os Angeles, Mar.-h sth, IMS.
I. PACIFIC WAREHOUSE
Foit SALE--FCRNITCHE OF FOUR-BOOM
cottage complete for housekeeping; cottage for
rent; must be sold Mo:idav; parties going east;
JM7 K. First street. Boyle- Heights. 3-10
InOR saLK CHEAP-ONE OF O B. OLSON'S
patent popcorn machine and peanut roaster.
11-- E. Fifth st. 10
f T FRIGHT PIANO FOR UK NT. $3 50' PER
\J month, or will sell on easy payments: 5)6 9,
Broadway. 2-17 if
1?OH SALK-T^»^r(>Vn^OsTA<4F J "sTAM PS,
; cheap. T , Box 2tJ, this ofllce.
I Sob sal b—old papers in quantities
' to suit, at this ofllce.
"1 SELL THE EARTH."
Likewise exchange occasionally to keep things
stirred up occasionally. You know In this coun
try the best orchards nre those that are cultivated
often. The same principle works well with the
earth in general. Keep it stirred up for best re
sults. Now. I have four as line places as there vie
in Pomona Valley that can be exchanged, at least
partially, for I-os Angeles residence property, as
follows: 30 acres 23«_ miles from center of Po
mona, set to olives, peaches, apricots and prunes:
w ell, windmill aud tank ; price only $IVI per acre.
This would be cheap at KOO per acre. 10 acres only
1 mile from the center of town, (net at the end of
Second st.. our business street. Iv acres olives,
mostly 1") year-old trees, 10 acres French prunes,
about ti acres ll years old. balance 4 years old;
price, |tO,MIO. About !'-_. acres all set to orunges
and prunes, excepting about 1 acre general \ ariety.
most every kind of fruit In the catalogue; good
new hou-.e, 8 or 9 rooms, pantry, bath, garret and
cement cellar, barn, corrals, etc.: fine lawn, with
flowers, shrubbery, large cypress arches; one of
thebest places in the valley ; no belter water right
(n.the state; good irrigating water In cement pipes
and domestic water trom artesian wells in iron
pressure pipes; both water rights deeded with the
land; this property and surroundings are good
enough for the most fastidious ; if it don't suit you
-well, you would be too "blooded" for this coun
try. 2 1-3 acres 2 miles north of Pomona, near
North Pomona, on motor line which connects the
depots of the S. P. at Pomona with the Santa
Fe at North Pomona; land set to oranges
und other fruits. Street row of olives, lemons and
I palms; a rlne house, f) rooms, pantry, bath-; with
fruit trees; beautiful large lawn,flowers and shrub
bery. Price 9(500. Now the above property has
not been in the market for trade and the price is
the cost value that I have been offering them for.
So you will simply waste your time and mine too
if you go to putting a trade price on your property.
Tlie parties will take fiom 1-3 to 241 trade, balance
cash or its equivalent. Will send you pictures of
the places if you mean business, and better still—
come up and look them over. When you get off
the cars ask for the "Old Man."
10 R. S. BASSETT, Pomona.
I" 7TOR E~XCH ANGE-10-rIOOM HOUSE. 90
1 feet front, for a fruit ranch at or near Pomona,
or an alfalfa ranch nenr Los Angeles. 80 acres of
farm land near Paso Hobles, San Louis -Obispo
county, for a small alfalfa ranch near Los Angeles,
or a home In this city, ll room house on (irand
aye., close in, for a fruit ranch. 12-room house on
Second and Hope sts., for orange grove. A nice
place in this city to trade for a home in Pasadena.
Business block'and other productive property In
Topeka, Kansas, for city or ranch property here,
A line residence in Seattle tor residence here, will
Assume or pay cash difference. J. A. MORLAN.
Chamber of Commerce. 231 W. Fourth st. 10-tf
riillK SOUTHERN OA LIFOKNI A LAND AND
L Loan Exchange. 264 S. Broadway, D. W. Lewis,
manager—unlimited choice bargains in all kinds of
southern California realty; agents of the Exchange
are among the moat reliable and conservative deal
ers In Southern California, 2-lStl
rpO"EXCHANGE~FOR~~~VACANT LOTS OR
1 ranch close to city, a nice, modern, improved
7-room house and bath, in East Los Angeles; lot
100x135: large barn, nice lawns, fruit trees, etc.;
price *2.500. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
2 clear lots in Chicago, suitable for flats or resi
dence, good location; for small houses or lots in
Los Angeles. W. P. LA XX IN <ft CO., owners, 110
S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 20-tf
k *\ RANCHES~ FOR EXCHANGE OF
— y H/U every description,2oo houses and lots;
now is the time to list your property. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 221 West First st. J-M-tf
T*OR EXCHANGE—ONE OF THE FINEST
JT and hc-st homes in Redondo, clear. Want
nice cottage in city. M. D. JOHNSON, 213 West
First st. tf
\ f ISs'VILY 1. AT I; FROM p A ills, <;"| \'ES
sclentiiic massage; hand-rubbing, alcohol
aud perfumed baths; attendants. Parlor 18, 142 S.
Tl* ME. DE OREY—MASSAGE AND ELEC
JY|_ trinity baths. Graduate Masseuse. 310 1-2 S.
MRS. DR. EVANS — THE WONDERFUL
magnetic healer is now at 142 1-2 N. Main st.,
room 11. 2-20 lm
MIBs"TTaRRELL OF BtJSTON.Ihn'uST-I.'LASS
massage treatment, room 11, 855)1 S. spring.
ERA CLAIR — MASSAGE MAGNETIC
treatment J vapor baths; 229 W, First., room 18,
M ADAME DE LEON—BATHS, MASSAGE;
. electro-magnetic treatment; 4HI 1-2 S. Spring.
LOLAI OLA LIVINGSTON, 138% N. SPUING ST.,
.J alcoholic baths nnd massage. 4-7
TURKITH AND OTHER BATHS.^
rjpIJKKISII AND OTHER BATHS.
Both departments of the Hanimam have been
thoroughly cleaned and refitted. Ladles' depart
ment open trout Ba. in. lot; p. m. Gentlemen's
department open day end night, except Sunday
afternoon. We give Turkish, Russian, Sulphur,
Electric, Salt, Medical and other baths. Massage
given at "baths" or private homos.
11. O. BROOKS, Proprietor.
23t) South Main st.
Ttxiss'BißM! k Howard, i*m>Tn, spring
IVjL st., room 11; alcohol baths, 4-tt
f \ B. YVAME. 211 W. FIRST ST., LOS AS
\Jt geles, Cal.; views made to order guaranteed.
Largest assortment S. California views.
jjHOTOS ANY SIJSE, gl. I'LA/.A HALLERY.
t"H H. WOTTON—SANITARY PLUMBINO A
/. specialty. Estimates:given. 20ti E. Fourth
St., two doors east of Los Angeles st.
FRANK A. WEINSIIANK, PLUMBER AND
gastitter, 240 E. second at. Tel. 130.
NOW IT WILL BE A CAR WAR
A Break in the Refrigerating
THE SHIPPERS START A LINE
Tbe Southern Pacific Has the Control of
All the Others
A Break In the Orange Market" A Big Excur
sion Going to Phoenix Tonight.
Notes and Personals
There is a lull in the shipment of or
anges to the East, alleged to be due to
the fact that the fruitgrowers were afraid
of a famine in refrigerator oars and in
consequence did not care to get their fruit
ready for market. Such is not the truth.
The cause of the lull In shipments is due
In part to tho fact that the California
oranges have been rushed to the East to
such an extent that, with the addition of
heavy imports of foreign oranges, there
is more fruit there at present than can bi
The cessation of shipments and the tal
about a famine of refrigerator cars ha
led to a discovery of a new monopoly of
the Southern Pacific heretofore unnoticed.
Today the Southern Pacific company con
trols the refrigerating cars on fivo of the
greatest lines in the world, namely, the
C. F. T. line operated by Hutching*; the
C. F. X. line operated by the Earl com
pany ;tho Ooodell line operated by Porter
Bros.; the Rock Island line operated by
the Rock Island loud, und tho fruit grow
ers' lino operuted by Armour.
The result is that the Santa Fe road has
suffered in business and orange growers
who wanted to avoid the Southern Paci
fic line have had to ship over it or wait
for refrigerator ours.
The outcome of the situation is that the
Fruit CI rowers' Association is going to
put on a line of refrigerator cars that will
be controled by the shippers and sent
over any line they choose. The new line
will be ready about as soon as Mr. Ar
mour's cars. No question of rates is in
volved, but merely the question of having
"fruit curs." as they are called, which
on be loaded and sent in any direction
the shippor elects.
The Southern Pacific last night sent out
a double engine orange special and the
Santa Fe a mixed fast freight, mostly
oranges, but these will probably be the
last trains for several days. A Chicago
commission man is authority for the
statement that the glut of the orange
market in the East is due to the inability
of the street peddlers to handle the seed
lings and second grade oranges. The
weather is too cold for them to peddle on
the streets and in consequence only the
high grade fruit is being used.
The Phirnt/ Road
Phoenix, March B.—From now until
Tuesday next parties will arrive from va
rious portions of the Union to participate
in the North and South raliroad celebra
tion. General Kretzinger. counsel of the
road, is at Prescott with a party of Chi
cago capitalists en route to the capital.
He is followed by N. K. Fairbanks and
\V. J. Murph)', each with inltuential rep
resentatives. General McCook and staff,
with many wealthy Denverites, is to be
joined at Prescott by Colonel Russey and
staff and the Ninth "infantry band of Fort
Whipple, all destined for this city. W. J.
Humphreys is also en route with an East
ern delegation. The A. 0. U. W. train of
ten Pullmans will add materially to the
crowds, while a special excursion from
Prescott at $.'> for the round trip ought to
till even this extensive town more than
comfortably. Reports from the celebra
tion committee are to the effect that citi
zens having rooms at their disposal are
offering them jii reasonable terms, so
that all visitors ought to find accommo
dations without being subjected to any
thing that savors of extortion. The fail
name of the city for hospitality is at
stake on this occasion and no one seems
disposed to take advantage of the visitor
Notes and Personals
The excursion which leaves here to
night over the Santa Fe to celebrate the
opening of the new road into Phoenix,
Ariz., will consist of fifteen section Pull
man sleepers, the private car of the Santa
Fe officers and a baggage car. An ex
cursion bringing the delegates to the A.
0. U. W. Grand Lodge from Denver will
meet the Los Angeles train en route.
W. A. Kissel!, assistant freight and
traffic manager of the Santa Fe system, is
in the city.
R. C. Telfert. the agent of the South
ern Pacific at Tustin, has been transferred
to Banning, and W. B. Raymond, the
agent at Banning, goes to Tustin.
New Cars for Locals
The local business of the roads running
OUt of this city has been simply tremen
dous this winter, and is steadily increas
ing. Yesterday the Southern Pac.fic pud
on the Santa Ana run two new combina
tion cars, which will obviate the necessity
of hauling a baggage car and smokiltg
car In the future. The new cars have a
twenty-six foot smoker, a sixteen-foot
baggage room and an eight-foot postal
car. They are handsomely fitted up and
provided with all the appliances for fast
trips. Train Master Prior says the ad
vent of the new cars will lessen the time
On the run not a few but many minutes.
A severe rheumatic pain In the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. J. H. Loner, a
well known druggist of Dcs Moines, lowa,
for over six months. At times the pain
was so severe that he could not lift any
thing. With all he could do he could not
get rid of it until he applied Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. "I only made three
applications of it," he "says, "and have
since been free from all pain." He now
recommends it to persons similarly af
fiicted. It is for sale by Off & Vaughn,
Fourth and Spring sts.,and C. F. Heinze
nian, 222 N. Main st., druggists.
T-ufAN'S BODY IHIiVT A VAST FEDKKA-
IvX tion of living cells, Eaoh cell in a tissue has
a life of its own; It is nourished by absorbing what
it needs from the nutritive fluids around it. Do
you suffer from defective alimentation or nutri
tion? See a Diagnostician—Dr. I'ILKINGTON,
4461*' S. Spring st. 10
MBS. DR. J. H "SMITH, SPEcTaLT yTm IDC
wifery. l.adtes cared for during confine
ment at 7117 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly attended
to. Tel. 11 IM. '
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physician and surgeon. Oflice, 113' i. Houtb
DR. ItOMliZ, i'Ari'l/l'Y OK M ADRID; DlS
eases of women v specialty. 345 S. Broadway.
OR. W."\.\~CLARK,—CHRONIC. DISEASES A
.specialty. Wilson Blk.. room UM:;, HO
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
T>ATBNTS FOR INVENTIONS IN ALL
1 countries obtained, bought and sold. Trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by S. J. PAY & CO., pat-*
cut attorneys; rooms 26*1-263 Bradbury building,
l.os Angeles. Established 1849.
Tel. 347, Los Angeles.
KNIGHT BROS.. PATENT LAWYERS AND
nolicitor.s. MO-, -mummhi hlock. Est. Ist',
K AMBLE I; BICVCLEsi
427 S. Spring St. 2-26 lin
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ous and asphalt paving. 237 w. First st.
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