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FOr? SALE—REAL ESTATE.
Unimproved Property. BARGAINS!— FOR SALE BY FRAGER tSs TREOSTI, 201 N. Main. $69 bttvs n.*soxlHO foot lot on Safford st.. ■earJud'son; ft bargain lor the money; look this up, Snap! only ¥205 for 50x92'.; feet lot, corner ■chaudia and Prospect perk: Etrcet grade •aid; investigate this; price 1205. $£39 lor 00*145 foot lot on Judson St., near Lord; a rare chance for the money, $160 for 50x180 foot lot fronting on State et , near Judson. We also have lots in tho Brooklyn tract and Boyle Heights. $265 for 50x150 foot lot on State sr., near Bail y. These are just a few of our many bargains, both in vacant lots and business and business property. Jf you want to buy, sell or trade, come to us; we have the bargains and will bo glad to snow you property. 24 PRAGER it TBEOSTL SAI.E- X 1 CONGER'S WILSON TRACT. Fifteen minutes' ride lo 100 large lots in on orange grove on double-track electric car line; Wide graveled streets; choice shade trees,water pintd. soil sandy loam, drainage good; prices low and terms easy. This tract us located in the southern part of tho city. Unobstructed View of the mountains and city. Take Vernon car Second and Spring StS. Lots iroin $200 and up. All .streets in tract not graded and graveled and cement walked now being done. For maps and information call at bis homo on tract, No. 3207 Central aye., before 10 a m. and alter 4:30 p.m.. or at 117 S. Broadway balance of day, and see this property. 11. M. CONGER. 6-8 tl I-'Olt SALE —SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LOTS. 1 $750, lot between Eighth and Ninth, two blocks west of Pearl. $1000, lot near St. James park. $1100, lot Burlington, South Bonnie Brae. $800, lot Adams st., near Maple aye. $1000. lot Eleventh st., near Georgiabell. .$BOO, lot Hope, st., near Twenty-eighth. $'2500, lot Caatelar near Temple st ; line for flats. BRADSHAW 8R05.,, 84-39*87 147 S. Broadway. HOUSES BUILT TO SLIT ON MONTHLY payments; no cash payment required other than the regular monthly Installment; ■elect your own plan; come and see us. MAYNE, 27 400 8. Broadway. FOR SALE 'I HE GREEN TRACT. See WALTER E. BROWN, 252 S. Broadway 24 FOR SALE- Browu, he has the tract. See him, 24 252 S. Broadway. HOUSES BUILT TO SUIT ON MONTHLY payments; no cash payment required olherthan the regular monthly installment] seleolvour own plan; come and see ns. MAYNE, 27 400 S. Broadway. 17*011 SALE—A FEW LOTS ON MAPLE AYE " and Fifteenth st. ifSOO. Fine lot on Flower st. near Eleventh st. $2300. Several sums of money to loan; low rales. M. F. O DEA, 103 S. Broadway. HOUSES BUILT I*o SUIT ON MONTHLY payments; no cash payments required other than the regular monthly insullment; select your own plan ; come and'see us. MAYNE, 27 400 S. Broadway. <-> (OA-*lO CASH, fflO A MONTH; 30-FOOT «PT*ilJ lot near 7lh st. 1T,50— 4-room house and lot, Kohlerst. IpOOO-Xeu' h oise. 5 rooms, hard finished. H33QO— House; ineoino.ls per cent, ilOO—slo cash, ifGOper month, 80x185 feet, $850—Prominent corner, 150x135 feet. 60 trc"s full hearing! good home. fjli.oo—acre; 2 10-aore lots; 704 trees on each; B vcars lime ii-12 tf VY. J. FISHER, 227 W. Second st. HOUSES BUILT TO SUIT ON MOXTHLY payments; no cash payment required other than the regular monthly installment; select your own plan ; come and see us. MAYNE, 27 400 S. Broadway. DO YOU WANT A. FINE COUNTRY RESl dence? Do you want sto 100 acres in the San Gabriel valley. Do you want it city residence? Have you got something lo sell or trade*' Have yoa got some capital to invest where It pays big prolits? E. K. ALEXANDER, 29 145 S. Broadway. HOUSES BUILT TO SUIT ON MONTHLY payments; no cash payment required other than the regular monthly installment; leleot your own plan; come and see us. MAYNE, 37 400 8. Broadway. oitce"to""RiiXL '"estate dealers The best evidence thai it pays to adver tise In The Herald is tbe fact tnat nearly nil the leading dealers in the city are represented in its "l-*or Sale" columns and they find that it fiayß. These advertisers are not experiment* ng. They are wideawake business men. They have thoroughly tested The Herald ns att ad vertising medium nnd are so weli Satisfied With the results that 'hey stick to the proposition. IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO BUY. SELL or exchange, you will lind it pa-yg to ad vertise In the want columns ol 't he Herald. The popularity ol these small advertisements and The Herald's huge and radidlv increasing circulation insuro results. tf TTtOR SALE—ONTMf ALLMIJNTS,*rWt) FINE JT large lots on beautiful Pasadena avenue, atone-half less than any lot in the vicinity. Room 1, L. A. Theater building. 0-7 tf IjlOR HALE SjSHSO EACH FOR CHOICE 1 lerol lots, 50x132, beautiful location, south west near Washington, All or part ensh. Easy terms. Low iuleiest. CARTER 4 COM PANY, 3288. Broadway. 25 FOR SALE.—LOT 00x140. IN PASADENA. .•(i7OO cash, F. H. BARCLAY ,t DAUGH TER, 222>£ S. Broadway. 24 1' 7*OR SALE. SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS CLOSE in; convenient to cars. Low prices. Ensy terms. CARTER ,t ct),,3285. Broadway. 25 ■ EXCURSIONS *|7*XCURSIONS TO THE EAST—THE FA JEj vortte, personally conducted excursion! of the Santa Fe route leave Los Angeles every [Thursday morning at 7 o'clock; Pullman up holstered cars run without chango Los Ange el •o Chicago and Kansas City, with annex Bar te Boston; tho great point to re member Is that you save at least one full Bail's travel by taking the but train of the "Santa »c route; attentive eonduclnrs accom pany the parties; through Ire; lbs reserved and taore detailed informatlo i obtained st the company's oflloe, 129 N. Spring St., Los An reus, or through any agent of the Southern California Railway. UR LI NGTON - ROUT E~EX CUR SI O NS, PER sonally conducted, leave Los Angeles, every Wednesday via Southern i'neitic, Denver and Rio Grande and Burlington route, (or Chi cago, Now York, Boston, and oth r eastern points; upholstered tourist cars with all con veniences. See any Southern Paeitic agent or write to. T. 11. DU/.AN, agent, or T. A. GRADY, excursion nutnager, 222 S. Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. JCDSON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS- Every Monday over the Rio Grande West ern and Denver and Rio Grande railways; scenic route; personally conducted; newly up holstered cars through to Chicago, New York end Benton. Finest equipment, best service, tjulck time. Office, 212 S. Spring st. IDHILLIr*S' PERSONALLY CONDUCTED IT excursions via the Rio Grands and Rock Island routes; leave Los Angeles every Tues- Bayi cross the Sierra Nevadas, and pass theen- Streßlo Grande scenery by daylight. Office, 888 6. Spring st. AGNUS' CUT RATE "TICKET OFFICE, 228 s. spring, opp, L. A. Theater; regular tickets at leducea rates to all points east; rail road ickets bought and sold. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. Country Property. JpOE SALE—AT POMONA - "WE SELL TH E EA RTIL" BASSET!' & SMITH. "Where Is my wandering boy today," would be the last dUesttOft on earth that his mother would ask if lie were only one of the old style fanners who loved the 'sight Of alfalfa kueo high, and doted on tlio lowing of klne and the grunting of piggies. He would Come tight to BASSET! dt SMITH and take in that alalia ranch, 100 acres of land with 150 inches of water on tho place; 30 acres in alfalfa; 35 acres DOW tvady for alfalfa; 25 acres in corn; all fenced, anil part fenced for hogs. The tin cleared and unimproved land Will carry 75 head of cattle and 100 hogs. Price of the ranch only $70 per acre, $11,200 for the whole. One half cash, balance on time. Farmers or dairy men, this hi your opportunity*. Call on us, BASSET! & SMITH, 24 Pomona, Cal. -ftQAfV-JUST THINK! ACT IMMEDIATELY ! ->nUU Sco this and you will buy it; I}_ acres of first-class alfalfa land, with a house, well of water etc., on Figueroa St., 3 miles west ot the city; only $800; come quick, as we must sell this soon. Snap! 20 acres at Cucamonga, with water right; only $35 per acre; no wash or no rocks, and it takes just $35 pet acre to buy this, 13 acres, onlysl4o9: 13 acres of alfalfa land; large flowing well! this is fenced and has a small heuse upon Itj ibis properay is at Lvn wood, near Conipton; prtoeonly $1400. Remember, we are agents on the look out. for bargains. PRAGER.A XRBGSTL 24 201 N. Main, Jj>OßB A LE—slooo S POT CASH— 40 acres of cood level land close to railroad station, store, post office, and within one mile of fonool; soil is sandy loam and gravoi, not suited for grains, but first-class for olives, peaches, apricots, plums, etc. Improvements are worth not less than $000 In present neglected condition: $100 will double the value and make as comfortable a 7-room house as one would want. This land is positively good for all sorts of fruits. It is offered at Let* moncv than it cost to put the Improvements there. It is a case of must, and we arc ordered to sell for one-third value. $1000 CASH. We cannot take any trade on this property, The title is perfect. All we ask is for you to go and see it; you cannot buy lis equal for less than $3000. Price $1000 cash. F. 11. BARCLAY A.DAUG HTER, _2f> Broadway. CAY, DO YOU WANT SOME GOOD ACRE IO age? Don't go 30, 40 or 50 miles away when you can buy something better near Los Angeles. I can give you good terms and can take some trade. 5 and 10 acres with water rights. Distance lends enchantment! bui when you want to sell land at an advance you must get near the city. There will soon be an advance in acreage property, and now is tlio time lo buy. Also 10-room cottage for sale: will take some trade. If you want to buy or trade come and see me. E. K. ALEXANDER, 29 145 S. Prondway. JpOR BALE—AT POMONA— "WE SELL THE EARTH." BASSET! .t SMITH. And we've got a hitch on some Bees, Bees, Bees. 340 Stands, With a double set of extractors and tanks for honey. We will transfer all right, title and interest in the bees and pastur age for $3 per stand. These bees will make you honey, honey will make you money and the money will make you glad you took them in. Call on BABBBTT .t SMITH, 24 Pomona, Cal, T7IOR SALE.— AT MONTE VISTA, TIIE MOST F delightful valley in all California, 20 miles from Los Angeles, 20 acres of the most desira bly situated land in the valley, With full water rights. Owner pressed for money Instructs us to sell for $8000—$2000 less than value. If you want a home delightfully Situated and where you can grow every product of Califor nia iv perfection, do not fail to see this. f. il BARCLAY ii DAUGHTER, Broadway. 34 ITiOR ACRES GOOD LEVEL LAND, . suit a bio for olives, peaches, apricots, etc., close to railroad station, postofßoe, store, nnd one mile from school; improvements worth $500; 10 aces gum trees: 50 ncres more been cleared and broken : Within 65 miles of city. Very cheap at $3500; less than price of laud wholly unimproved Itt same vieinitv. F. H. BARCLAY & DAUGHTER, 222 J., S. Broad way. 24 | -suiT SALE"-- It ELI NQ U ISH MEN T~() N 320 Jp l aoreß of first-class olive and almond land, this county; flowing well of pure water: every foot lies perfect; only quarter of a mile trom railroad; it is held under desert land law and requires no residence; under this law a woman has the same rights as a man snd can hold 320 acres; price $5 per acre; very easy tonus. 125 W. Third st. 0-22 tf ORANGE AND OLIVE LAND* $20 PER ace. 1200 acres, in tracts to suil. North ern cirrus belt, Butte county. Earliest oranges, finest fruits; no injurious frosts; splendid cli mate; three miles from town and railroad; tract specially mentioned in state horticultu ral report. For particulars and terms, Box 408, Fresno, Cal. 7-13 ACREAGE;.— 5-aere tracts ana upwaras; six miles from Los Angeles; near R. R, sia tiOnj finest scenery; best society; plenty of water for Irrigation; will have 16 pas senger trains per day shortly. Crops good every year. Prices reasonable. W. IL lIOLABiRD. 404 So. Broadway, Los Angeles. 0:30-tf AYNE—MAYNE—MAYNE— If you ore going to buy for an investment you want the best you can get for your money. 00 matter what it IS. We can save you some thing; We don't try to make you take what you don't want, but hunt until we iind what will please you. Try us. MAYNE, 6-10 tf 400 S. Broadway, ITiOR BALf—2BO ACRES 07 GOOD FOOT -1 hill land, all under cultivation, with im provements, consisting of house, barn, well, costing $2000: can be had at $20 per acre; owners aro 78 years of age. Address MRS, META BEHNSEN, Lancaster, Cal. 8-1 I ]M >R SA LE—lO-A CKE ORANG E RANCH, Alt 1 Duarte, the blue ribbon orange section; 10 shares of stock in the best wate company in Southern California. Apply to A. STEVENS IIALSTED, room 117, Biysou block. \ ND SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ACRE 1V age at.jae.eut to the city from $30 to $500 per tiere and other properties too numerous to mention. By A. L AUSTIN & CO., 130 S. Broadway. 04 iJiOR SALE — 10-ACRE PEACH ORCHARD for sale; trees 0 years old: inclosed in good fence witli rabbit nettimr; price, cash. Write ,1. .MANNERS. San Jacinto, Cal. 27 cod 17MDK KALE -100 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND, 1 this county, near railroad; ample good water; price tplO per acre, one-third easli, bal ance easy terms. 125 W. Third st. (i-22 tf OAXT LAKE RAILROAD. ' Lands in Vegas nnd -Muddy valley located at government prices. o32Ktlmson block. 7-10 MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY MISS EDITH DARRELI, FORMERLY OF Boston, is now permanently located at 865% S. Spring st., rooms 11 and 12; magnetic and massage baths given; moderate prices, 7-14 "|Jt SPECIAL—SOUTHERN LADY GIVESE LE~ lli gant magnetic massage with alcohol; de lightful and restful. Faidor 11,31612 S. Spring. MAbTM~DE~GRI'.>' AND ASSISTANT, alco hol baths, magnetic and massage treat ment, S. Spring, rooms'" and 4. 6-24 lira BELLE FAY AN|l GRACE ANDREWS, MAG netlc treatment. 144 So. Main. Room 21, 7-6 _ SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOLBATHS.* 1J 120 N. Main ■A. room 2. 7-10 T OLA LIVINGSt6nT"i3HJ-^ - N. SPRING ST.", Ij room 3: alcoholic baths and massage. 7-S _ 1,-lURe'kA~ CARPET CLEANING CO.—ALL li carpets and rugs renovated with the Eureka; spots, stains, dust and dirt thor removed; nap raised and carpet restored to its natural color. WEBB & HELL AR, 2311W S. Spring, room (i. 0-5 OTEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING AND O laying. JOHN If. RICHARDS, 120 N Spring. Tel, 1343. 8-4 CARPETS CLEANED FROM 2C PER YARD laying 3c. R. BROWNE, (loss. liroadway rpO EXCHANGE PROPERTY QUICK-GO J to BEN WHITE. 221 VV. First St. 4-01 tf WATCHMAKER A SAFE PLACE rcpalted. Remember you set a guarantee W. J. GETZ, 331) S. Broadway- 8-17 liOS AING-JEIjES IIERALD: MONDAY JIXSTB 24, 1805. I.TOR SALE-ELEGANT. DURABLE, NEW upright ptaitOS, powerful] tone, from $100 to $350; about half the price as at any other store, by N. BOBcHLLS, Pinnom.iker, corner Spring nnd Hth BtS. 2!) IjiOll PALE— HAZELTON UPRIGHT PIANO 1 $100; will rent; Estey organ, $40; i.icj bicycle, $05. 500 S. BROADWAY, f?OR SALE—ELEGANT STO UK OF MAN DO- V lins, wholesale prices. A. ti. GARDNER, 11H Winston st. 0-27 6 X SALE - FIN E KIM BALL PIANO, $ 175 J 1 cash; bargain. Address P, box 20, this office. PERSONAL EKSONAL-M'HIR IS P A YS II [GHEST CASH price for ten is' second-hand clotliing. Send postal. lllj.-a Commercial st. 2:1 \fOUNQ WIDOW DOES PLAIN SEWING I nnd mending for gentlemen. N. Spring st , room 20, second iloor. 24 G(Vlt> MT. LOW E TOD A Y~M EET me in Ilubio Canyon between 3 and 4. TOM. T 8. R.—YOU ~HAi) BETTER LEAVE TOWN 1 1 • till you hear from me at the old address. | S. S. D. NURSERY WANTED— <Ta LL A lax teed. LA. NURSERY, 848& Broadway. 8-10 CONTRACTORS CONUIAIT^SC^UEIt^Ii— GRANITE, BTTtJMIN on*aod asphalt naving. 387 W. Kirnta', LOS ANGELES Representative Wholesale and Retail Dealers, Business Men and Firms ART DECORATORS. WALL PAPER. ETC. BCHWARTZEN BERG & HASKELL. 495 S. Bdw ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS AND ASSAYERS WADE ,fc WADE, Commercial st. ARCH L WOOD TURNING, GRILLS, SCROLLS EDWARDS «t KOLB,OI2S. Spring st. ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW 11. T. GORDON, r. 0, Maxwell blk., 110 Court W. H. SHIXN, 205-208, Wilson blk., Springst U. 8. HOUSE, 338 W. First st. Tel. 720. C. B. FREEMAN, Room 7, 130 N. Spring st. BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS STEIN EN A KIRCIINER. 130 N. Main st. lOSEPH J ALGER, 252 S. MAIN bet 2d and 3rd BICYCLES GIBSON BROS., "The Winton." 854 B. Spring.. 11. O. HAINES, The March, 385-830 N. L. A. St. s. LARSEN, Belay cycle, 223 vv. Fifth st. "KEATING," Hawley, King &C0..310N. Main BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS FOWLER ,t COLWELL, 115 W. Second St. BRASS WORKS .TAMER JONES & CO.. College St., near Main. PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, up.Main,cor.Alpine, BOOTS AND SHOES H. C. BLANEY, 332 South Spring st. CROCKERY PAC. CROCKERY it TIN CO.. 228 N. L. A. St. CAST-OFF CLOTHING S. GREENGART, buy nail sell, H»7 Commcrcia A. HARRIS, 115 Norlll Los Angeles si. CARRIAGE WORKS TIIE TABOR CAR'GI! WORK*. 137 W. Fifth St. EDWARD LLOYD, 227-22!) P.equenn. T. 90S. OWL CARRIAGE WORKS—BOO S. Main st. CONFECTIONERS AND ICE CREAM MF'RS ROSS it MULLER, 621 S. Broadway. Tel. 1699. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS P. M. BAIL&CO., N.W. cor. Hill A- Eighth sis. CUTLERS, GRINDERS & RAZOR FACTORY E. W. .t O. E. HOPPERSTEAD 110 W. Third st DETECTIVE AGENCY B. F. SBLVAGE, Room 15, 131) N. Spring St. DRUGGIST—W HOLESALE F. W. BRAUN .t C 0.,405. 407 N.Maln; te1.051. DELICACIES FRICKER & ESDUX, Mott Market; tel. 1398. DENTISTS ERNEST ALLIN, D.D.S., I-U.S., 175 N. Spring, I. 1). SWARTWOUT, 211 W. First. Tel. 1058. KruiYsXnd"vimetables LPDWIG & WAGNER Mott Market. Tel. 550. FURNITURE-WHOLESALE PACIFIC FURNITURE CO., 227-229 F. Fourth "grocers-wholesale - HAAS, BARUCH & CO, 320 to 320 N. L. A. St. grocers" W. L. PACKARD, 441-443 S. Spring. Tel. 340. HA RN E SS~ n A N UFACTU R E R " OTTO RTF, 323 s. Main, New Turnverein hall. HAT MANUFACTURERS RUSSELL it WILSON, 113 West Third street. HARNESSTmTdEAND REPAIRED L. M. DROUET. 209 F.Seeond near Los Ang. St. HORSE~SHOERS T. GOODWIN, 204 S. Los Angeles st. HORSE AND ITU LE HARK ET J. A. McMILLEN, 117 Winston st. LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE REP'TS SNOW, CHURCH & CO, (inc.) bonded (150,000, 211-212 Sllinson. A. C. Broderson, rep. ntt'y. KILLS FLEAS, INSECTS AND PLANT PESTS OHLORO-SAP THOLKUM, 710 S. Spring St. LAUNDRIES EMPIRE STEAM LAUNDRY, 149 S. Main st DOMESTIC LAUNDRY, 421 Alpine st. LATH, WIRE AND PICKET FENCES PACIFIC FENCE CO., 202 East Second St. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE ~ BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL.. 118 Court St. LinE MANUFACTURERS ~ UNION LIME CO., 203 San Pedrost. Tel. 780. " LIVERY STABLES CAI.IFORNIASTAIILES. 373 X. Mainst. Tel 4S DEXTER STABLES, 712 S. Brodway. Tel. 090. machine Works MANN & JOHNSON, 1009, 1013 X. Mainst. MANTELS, TILES AND HARDWOOD LUMBER HENRY BOIIKMANN, 514 S. Spring, 'lei. 70S. MISFIT STORE-ALL KINDS OF CLOTHINO BUY*, SELL or exchange, at 030 S. Spring St. MODEL MAKER AND MACHINE WORKS" F. L. THACKER, 124 W. Third St. MODISTE MISS M, FINLEY, 314 W. Seventh St. PHOTO ENGRAVINGS IN LINE & HALF-TONE LOS ANG. PHOTO ENG. CO., 205 L. S. Main st PIANOS, SEWING MACHINES, BICYCLES WILLIAMSON BROS., 327 S. Spring St. PICKLE AND PRESERVE FACTORY FOSTER PRESERVING CO., 241 Sua Peiirost. PAWNBROKER YOUR UNCLE'S PAWNSHOP, 103 S. Main SL PHOTO STUDIO PLAZA GALLERY, 513 N. Main s!. _ PHOTOGRAPH-LANDSCAPE F. H. MAUDE A CO., 211 W. First St. POULTRY SUPPLIES-INCUBATORS JOHN D. MERCER, 117 E. Second St. Tel. 422 PHYSICIAN DR. WARD, 455 S. Hrdwny. Rm 24. Tel. 1421 RESTAURANT COSMOPOLITAN, 219 and 221 West Second st. REAL ESTATE NORTON .t KENNEDY, 134 S. lir'dway; tel 663 SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB J. F. MORENO, ikO Aliso St. SEWINO MACHINE REPAIRING M. V. BILLINGS, 424., S. Spriugst. Tel. 1345. ~ SAFES AND REFRIGERATORS JOHN H. F. PECK. 413 N. Main st. Tel. 401. SECONI)«r-"HARDW'ARE SINCLAIR & CO., 203 8. Los Angeles St. STORAGE PACIFIC WAREHOUSE, 801 and 803 E. First SOUTHERN CALIPORNIA TOOL COMPANY COUNSTABLE A COUXTS, 150 N. Los Angeles. TENTS AND AWNINGS ~ L. A. TENT AND AWNING CO., 250 S. Main st. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS BOOTH it ROW, 250 S. Main 81. lei. 1349. UPHOLSTERING AND CARPET CLEANING JAMES F. ALLEN, 513 S. Spriugst. VBTERINARY HOSPITAL. AND D.V.S R. T. WHITTLESEY*, 645 S. Brdway. Tel. 1196. WINES AND SPIRITS C. F. A. LAST, 120 and 131 N. Main st. L. APFEL, 130 W. Fifths!., near Main; tel 1379 WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN ' G. STOESAK, 511 a Spring st, bet. sth and 6th. WINES, LIOLIORS AND CIGARS E. FLKUR. 404-406 N. L. A. St. Tel. 224. MOBtOBONKV A HAEENKR. U2S a. Sarin* «t Proposals PROPOSALS FOR THE FOLLOWING SUP- I. plica for Pacific Branch. National Home (off disabled volunteer soldiers, Los Angeles county, California, Jane 14, 1890. Sealed proposals will bo received at the treasurer's office until 11 :30 o'clock a. m., Monday, June 34* 1996, and opened immediately thereafter, in the presence of bidders, for Hie period end ing June 30, 1890, Collins complete, with rough boxes, Sco standard samples 80 Bran 3 tons Chickens, not over one year old, full grown ...20 Una Buttermilk, fresh 75 gals Tumblers. See standard sample aoz Napkins, white. See standard ••ample.. 0 OOS Calico, furuitnro Bee Standard sample. 50 yds Cocoa 50 lbs Crude oiL 34 degrees gravity 10,000 bis N. B, —Contractors will be held strictly ac countable to furnish oil of 24 degrees era vi Iv, according to tests made by General Superin tendent ol the Home. Oil not up to this stand ard, by his inspection, will be rejected and re turned at contractor's expense The home wiU have the right to purchase In open mar. kct at contractor's cost, to meet alt deficien cies or need arising from rejected oil re turned. Tbe quantities to be increased 10 per cent, if required, during the execution of the contract. Schedules, with information and instruction for submitting bids, will be furnished upon application to the undersigned, Also bids will be received until June 24, 1890) for the furnishing bud erecting a con denser nnd pumpS connected I herewith, for condensing the exhaust -team from a 75-b. p, compound cylinder engine. This condenser and pumps and erection lo cost less (ban $700 com pie ted. Bidders will furnish tbeir own plans and specifications. Further Information can be Obtained by applying al tiie governor's office P.H., N.H.D.V.S. The right to reject any and nil bids is re served. Address F. K. UPHAM, Treasurer. Approved: J. g. ROWLAND, Governor, 10-17-18-10-20-23 Notice of Sale of Real Estate by A dm in is tra tri.x. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT IN pursuance of an order of the Superior Court Of the County of Los Angeles, state of California, duly made and entered on the 17th day of June, 1895, In the matter of the estate oi Annie A. Pratt, deceased, the undersigned, as administratrix of the estate of said Annie A. Pratt, deceased, will sell at private sale, as a whole, subject to confirmation by said Super ior Court on or after the 6th day of July, IAOS, all the right, title and Interest which the said Annie A. Pratt had at the time of her death, or which her estate has since acquired in or to all ttiose certain pieces ot parcels of land, With the appurtenances, situated in the County of Los Angeles State of California, and des cribed as follows: LOS ANGELES COUNTY. Ail undivided half interest in thnt certain lot, piece or parcel of laud, lying and being in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of California, described as follows ; Lot 1 and the sunt b 40 feet of lot 2, iv block 53, of the Hubcr tract. Terms or Sals: Cash in gold coin of the United Stales. Ten (10) per cent of the purchase price to be paid on the acceptance of the bid; balance to be paid on continuation of sale by said Superior court. Bids and offers must be in writing, and will bo received by said administratrix at the office of Charles F, 11 anion, room 96 Chronicle building, corner Market anil Kearney streets, San Francisco, California, or may be tiled with Hie clerk of said superior court In said county of Los Angeles. Bids may bo made at any tune after the first publication of this notice and before the making 01 the sale. Dated June 17, 1805. LUCY C. GOODSPEED, Administratrix of the Estate of Annie A. Pratt, deceased. CHAHLBSF. Hani.on and J. c, Campbell. Attorneys for Administratrix. Summons in Divorce IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE STATE .of California, in and for ihe county of Los Angeles. Mrs. A. Lea, plaintiff, vs. Albert O. Lea, de fendant. Action brought In the Superior Court of tho state of California, in and lor the county cf Los Angelas, and the complaint Hied in said county oi Lob Angeles, in the ofliee uf the clerk of said Superior Court. Tho people ol the stato of California send greeting to A. O. Lea, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintiff, in the Superior Court of tho state o! California, in and for Los Angeles county, and to answer the complaint ffldd therein within ten days (exclusive oi the day of service) after l.'ie service on you of this summons, if served Within this county; or, if, served elsewhere, Within thirty days. This said action is brought to btaiu a judg ment and decree of court, dissolving tho bonds of matrimony now existing between the plain tiff and defendant, upon the grounds of the defendant's failure to support plaintiff for more than two years last past, or provide hot with the necessaries ol life, having the ability to so do. and for costs of suit. Reference is had to complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to be entered and will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Given under my hand nnd tho seal of the Superior Court of tiie stato of California, in and for the county of Los Angeies, this'JOth day of April, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five. [L. S.] T. E. NEW*LIN, Clerk. By A. M. Shaver, Deputy Clerk. Stockholders* Meeting VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE* THAT TIIE Xl board of directors of the California Sewer l'ipc company has, by resolution duly passed on the 6tn day Of May, 1805, called a meeting of the stockholders of said corporation to meet on Saturday, August 10, 1805, at 2 o'clock p. in., at the office of the company, be ing 248 Broadway, in the city of Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, State of California, said place of meeting being the principal place where tho board of directors usually meet. Haid meeting of stockholders of said corpora tion is called for the purpose of considering the propriety of reducing tlio Capital stock of this corporation from if 750,000 to $ll;V-00. 'J hat the shares bo reduced from 7500 Of $100 per share to 1152 shares of $100 uer Share. It is further ordered that the foregoing order he published in The Herald, a newspaper pub lished in Los Angeles city, us provided by law. Dated this 6th day of June. 1305. & H. MOTT, 8-10 Secretary of said Corporation, Notice to Creditors IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Calebs. Braggt deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned (leorge W. Parsons, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Calebs. Hragg, deceased, lo tho creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit Ihe same with the necessary vouchers Within four mouths after the first publication of this notice, to tho Bald administrator with the Will annexed, at the ofliee of Clarence A. Miller, room Bo. Bryson building, city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state 0* Cali fornia, the same being the place of business of said Administrator, eta, and the place for the transaction of the business o£ said estate, in the county 6f Los Angeles. Date itf first publication this 17th day of June, A. D, 1895. GEORGE W. PARSONS. Cl arkn' k A, Miller, attorney for said ad minibtrator. 0-17 mon 5t Stockholders 1 Meeting NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT A meeting of the stockholders of the Main Street and Agricultural Park Railroad com pany will bo held at the o'filce of the company, NO. 234 I-forth Main street, in tho city of Los Angeles, California, on Monday, the Ist day of July, A. I). 1805, for the purposo of electing a board of directors for tiie ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The polls will be Opened at la o'clock m. and Closed at 3 o'clock p. m, A. C. TAYLOR, Secretary. e-o-aot Stockholders Meeting. IMIE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Porter Land and Mater Company, a corporation, for the pur pose of electing a Hoard of Directors to serve ior tho ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting, will be held at the office of the com pany, room 3, California Bank Building, south west corner of Second street and Broadway* Los Angeles City, California, on Wednesday, July 3, 1895, at 8 o'clock p.m. 7-3 J. li. TH EELK.ELD, Secretary. Stockholders Meeting. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho ex-Mission San Fer nando Water Company, a corporation, for the purpose of electing a Hoard of Directors of serve for tho ensuing year and for the tran saction of such other business as may come be ioro the meeting, will be held at the orlieelof the company, room 8, California Bank Build in sr. Konthwe.it. corner of second street and Broadway, Los Angeles City, California, on Wednesday, July 3,1895, at 4 o'clock p.m. 7.a J. B. THRKI.iCKt.t). Sar ratary, LINES OF TRAVEL OOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. TIM X TABLE] JFnE 17, 3805. Arcade Depot, LOU Angeles. Leave for; DESTINATION. |Ar. from '2:00 pm; JS.Frnn , Sacramento| 7:3oam 7:45 pm fand East, via Ogdeni 1 :4H pm 7:45 pud Portland, Or 1:48 pm 8 ;45 am , ...El Pn-o and East.... 7:00 pin I See Foot Note. 8:45 ami.. 1 Riverside, r.. 0:50 am 10:10 ami.. I Kedlands, ). . si:37 pin s2:sspr. '.. (Sen Bernardino] .. 4:12 pra 4:45pmj..J ftndCollon a 7 :00 pm 8:15 am! I f I 6:44 am 10:10 am; I | 0:50 am 82 :55 pm y Pomona . si :37 pm 4 : jIS pm j t and f 4:43 pm 5:25pm j Ontario L 7:oopm 8:45 am Chino 8:44 am 4:45 pm " \ o:soam 5:25 pm " | 4:42 pm 9:02 am Monrovia 8:24 am 82:25 pm! M I si :2H pm 5:15 pm j..... . " i 4 :20 pm 8:10 ami... .Santa Barbara 1:48 pm 2:00 pm, " i 10:10 pm B:4oami. ...i Santa Ana i 8:44 am 8 2:U0 pm > nnd 3 si :09 pm 5:10pm! > Whltlier ( 4:29 pm 6:10 pm Tustin 8:44 am a 8:45 am "1 Long Beach r A7:l6pnl 9:15 am ... I , J ... I 8:21 tun 1:56pm....f nnu 1.... 1 11:16 am 5:08 pm J San Pedro [ ... j 4:33 pm a 8 -50 ami Santa Monica I 8 ;00 am 9:05 am »* I 8:50 am a 9:35 am " 4.12:00 in 9 :55 am 1 " 12 :12 pm A 10:80 ami " a 4 :15 pm Al :00 pm' " 4:40 pin 1:10 pm 1 ** a 5:00 pm a! :50 pm! " 5:42 pm s:lspm " AO :50 i on 0:35 pm ! ■ " a 6:56 pm 9:05 am; Soldiers' Home 12:12 pm 0:25 pm " 5143 pm 9:05 am . ..Port Los Angeles — 12:12 pm ▲9no am .... " .... 9:55 am .... " .... Alo:3oam .... " .... 5:42 pm i:i« pm ... " ... A 5:50 pm 88:30 amf... C tints worth Park. .. ] 52:40 pm Cliatsworth Park—Leave from and arrive at Elver Station (San Fernando st.eel) only. sSundnys excepted. ASundays only. N. B.—The train leaving Arcade depot for Redlandß, Riverside, Han Bernardino, etc.. at 4 :45 p. hl and the train arriving from tiiose pOlhtfl ut 9 :50 a. m., are fast If mite 1 trains and make no stops between Naud Junction, Los A ngeles, and Pomona, except at Alhambra and Monte. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. Leave for 1 arcade DEPOT. |Ar. from 1:55 pm!. .Daily except Sunday. .| 11:15 am 8 :46 ami Sundays only I 7:16 pill General Passenger Ofliee, 229 S. Spring st. UB ANGELES TERMINAL RY IN EFFECT FEB. 18, 1895. Los Angeles depots: Enst eiuLFirst street and Downey-avenue bridges. Leave Los Angeles for Leave Pasadena for „ l'asadena. Los Angeles, a 0 :35 not. a 7 )15 am a 7 :30 am a 8:35 am A 8.00 am A 9:15 am a 9:loam a 10:25 am a 10:20 am a 11:40 am A 11:35 am A 12:35 pm a 12:30 pm A 1:45 pm a I:4opm A 3:05 pm a 3:00 pm a 4 [05 pm a 4:oopm a s:lopm a 5:25 pm a 0:05 pm a 0:20 pm A 7:00 pm Downey-avenue leaving t me 7 minutes later Leave Los Angeles for [Leave Altadeim June Allodena Junction. tion for Los Angeles. a 9:10 am i a 10:10 am c 1:40 pin I 0 2:40 pm A 4:00 pm I a 4:55 pm All trains start from First-street depot. Leave Los Angeles foi LeaveGlendale tor Lo Glendale. Angeles. - a 8:05 am. a 8:57 nm a 12 :85 pm * a 1:27 pm A 5:37pm.......... .... .... .......A o:lspm Leavo Los Angeles for Leave Last, San Pedro Long Beach and East for San Pedro. Los Angeles. C 8:00 am a 9:05 pm a 7:00 am a 1:06 pm a 10:35 am a 5 :40 pm a 4 :20 pm Between East San Pedro and Long Beach 10 minutes. ~RUBIO CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN. Trains leave Los Angeles daily at 9:10 a.m., c 1:40 p.m.. and 4 p.m. Fine pavilion and hotel. Gruud scenery. The Wilmington Transportation steamers connect for Avalon at East San Pedro with train leaving Los Angeles 1:05 p.m. dally ex cept Sunday, returning nt 11:35 a.m., except Sunday. 8 :00 a.m. Sundays returning 7 p.m. a Daily, n Daily except Sundays. o Sun days only. Stages meet the 8 a.m and 12 :30 p.m. trains at Pasadena for Mt. Wilson on new trail. Passengers leaving Los Angeles on the 8 a.m. train ior Mt. Wilson can return same day. Special rales to excursions and picnic parties. Depot 3 enst end of First street and Downey avenue bridges. City ticket office, Grcenwald's cigar store, corner Second and Spring streets. General offices. First-street depot. T. B. BURNETT, General Manager, W. WINCUP.Gen. Passengor Agt* JpACIFIC COAST ST EAMSHIP CO. Goodall, Perkins &. Co., general agents, San Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Or.. Victoria, 11. C, and Pugrt Sound, Alaska and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR JUNE, 1895. LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO For- Port Harford S. S. Corona, June 8, 16, Santa Barbara 24; July 2. Redondo Port l.os Angeles... S. S. Santa Rosa, Juno 4, Newport 12, 20, 28; July 0. San Diego ~Kor— IS. S. St. Paul, Juno 0, 14 East San Pedro 1 22,30; July 8. San Pedro and way S. P. Eureka, June 2, 10, ports [ 18, 20; July 4. LEAVE PORT i.os ANUEI.KM AND RE HONDO For- S. s. Santa Rosa, JuueO, 14, 22, 30; July 8. San Diego s. 8, Corona. June 2, 10, 18. 26; July 4. For— |S. S. Santa Itosa, Juno 8, San Francisco : 16,84; July 2. Port Harford 8. S. Corona, June 4,12, Santa Barbara | 20, 28; July 6, LEAVE RAN PEDRO AN!) FAST SAN PEDRO S. S. Eureka, Juno 5, 13 San Francisco and 21, 29; July 7. Way Ports S. S. St. Paul, June 1,9, 17. 25; JUly 3. Cars to connect Willi steamers via San Pedro, leave S. I*. R. It. t Arcade depot J at 5:00 p. in,, and Terminal K. v. depot at 5j 15 p. m, Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fo depot at 10:00 a. m., or from Redondo railway depot at 9 :UO a. m. Cars to connect via Port Los Angeles leave S. P. K. R. depot at 1;10 p. m. for steamers north bound. Plans oi steamers* cabins at agent's office, where berths may be secured. The company reserves tho right to change the steamers or their days of sailing. For passage or freight as above or for tickets to and from all important points in Europe, Apply to W, PAREIs. Agent. oilice, V2lV_ W. Third St., Los Angeles. iii Gei* SiitS FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE. C COMPANY'S PIBB (NEWj NO. 42 NORTH ) river, foot of Morton si., New York. Travelers by this line avoid both travel by English railway and the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small boat. La Champagne, April 27. LaGascogue, May 4. La Bourgogne. May 11. LaTouraiuo, May 18. New YorK to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris, first class. $1<!0; second class, $110- For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent, No. 2 Bowling Green, New York. J. F. FUGAZI A CO., agents, 5 Montgomery aye., San Francisco. Tickets aro for sale by all railroad and steamship offices. Notice of Stockholders 1 Meeting Tho regular annual meeting of tho stock holders of the Los Angeles Savings bank will be held In the rooms of tho corporation at 230 North Main street, in the City of Los An geles, at 4 o'clock p. m,, Monday, July 1, 1895, for the purpose of electing r board of directors to serve for the ensuing year, and for such other business as may oroperlv come before the meeting. \V. M. CASWELL, Sootetary. Los Auccles. CaL. June 13. 1»95. 7-1 LOCAL SPORTING MATTERS The Kreisturnfest Overshadows Every thing Else Cycling, Shooting, Baseball and Other Events That Are Keeping Sports Alive. Under the Ban ' Local sporting matters are in a con dition bordering on innocuous desuetude, and, barring tho Kreisturnfest events, there is nothing of importance going on. Tho wheelmen, of couise, arc daily active as ever, but that is individual activity and is not noticeable before tho public. Preparations are going on for the famous annual Santa Monica road race. The Country club cyclers tjok an out ing Saturday afternon and Captain Joe Cook led them on a run to Santa Anita and tho Baldwin ranch. At his back wero Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Silent, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Stintson, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sartori, Mrs. Viotoria Harrcll, Mrs. E. T. Earl, Sirs. Win. Holliday, Miss Florence Silent. Miss Georgia Caswell; Messrs. 11. !,. Calender, McKonzie, Will Den is and Sumner Hunt. The Country club's outings are frequent and art! much enjoyed. The members are of the high, society-awheel and arc all riders. BRUNSWICKS PLAY EVEN The Brunswick Baseball club played two games yesterday, winning lite lirst from the Admirals by a score of 7 to tl, and losing the second to the Francis Wil sons by a score of Ito 7. The first game was Very close and exciting from start to finish* Furrow for the Bruuswieks pitched a*good game and was particularly effective ttt critical times. Several times when the bases were full he struck the next one Or two out. Thomas pitched a good game as long as he stayed in the box. He retired in the seventh in favor of Neath,who was very wild, allowing the Bruuswieks to score four runs on several bases on balls ami a couple of hits, which gave them the game. The official score of the lirst game is as follows: ADMIRALS A.B. R. B.H. S.ll. P.O, A. F. Stvan.rf 5 12 13 10 Young. 8b !> 0 2 2 2 3 1 Wilson, lb 5 0 1 0 6 0 0 Barclay, lb 5 000221 Frank,ss S 110 13 2 Van Horn, If ....5 110401 Thomas, p A cf. .5 111110 Neath, paci 4 12 0 12 0 Stormer, c 4 1 1 O 4 2 O Total 43 (! 11 4 24 14 0 BRCN3WICKS. All. B. BH. Sit. FO. A. K. Smith, 3b 4 0 0 0 8 6 1 F. nlcv, cf 5 0 2 1 2 0 0 Street, rf 4 0 10 10 1 Martyn, lb 4 0 1 0 9 1 1 Henry, o 4 201720 Monde, ss 2 200121 lirav, 11 3 2 1 1 1 O 0 Laughlln, 2b....4 1 2 0 2 3 0 Farrow, p 4 0 0 0 O 4 0 Total 34 7 7 3 27 15 4 Earned runs—Admirals 5, Bitinswicks 3. Two-base hits—Young 1, Stormer 1, street 1, Laugblin 1. Three base lilts—Gray 1. Base on balls—Hy Farrow 1, by Neath 4. Struck out—By Farrow 6, by Neath 3. Passed balls- Henry 0, StormerO. Wild pitches—Neath 2. Time ol game—l :af). l T nt pile—-Wickers ham. Scorer—Gaty. The second game started at 3:30 and for seven innings was as pretty an exhib ition of bull playing as the most fastidi ous could desire to witness, and barfing the seventh inning was a rattling game. The Wilsons scored two runs in the lirst and live in the seventh inning. Tho Brunswieka made one run in the lirst inninggand could not make another .luring the game. The Francis Wilsons played without an error, anil the Bruuswieks only made three. Tyler and Chapman were in the points for the Francis Wilsons. Tyler was at his bast, anil the Bruus wieks could do nothing with his delivery. The Wilsons had a new short stop in Han ion, who has just returned from St. Ma ry's college, rtiitl he proved to be a very valuable acquisition to tlio team, accept LINES OF TRA __m____ "southern" CALIFORNIA Trains leave and arrive a \VasEC ~J^M_—F Trains via l'asadena ar- ! ' ve ' ,ow "ey-avc. station uTtTi ' 1 1 11 oftr " er west-bound ■ * l ea ve 7 mm. latoreast- CHICAGO LIMITED. Through lo Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St Louis and East. Leaves 5:00 pm. Arrives 0:50 am. OVERLAND EX I'll ESS Through to Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St, Louis and But Leaves 7:00 am. Arrives 6:30 pm. SAN DIEGO TRAINS, Leave S :15 am ; -1:25 pin. Arrive 1:20 pm; 6:15 pm. SAN BE RN A EDIN 57RED LANDS AND HIGH LANDS LOOP, r—Leave 7:00 am 9:00 am; 4:45 pm, 5:00 pm. O—Leave all US aid: 4:25 pm. P— Arrive 9:50 am, 9:55 am; al.OOpm, 6:30 pm. o—Arrive 10:15 am: 06:4o pm. RIVERSIDE AND tiOLTON TRAINS. P—Laave 7:00 am, 9:00 am: 4:15 pm. O—Leave all :15 am; 4 :35 pm. P—Arrive al :00 pm ; 0:30 pm. O—A rrive 10:15 am ; 6:45 pm. MONROVIA AZUSA AND INTERMEDIATE. Leave 9:00 am; 1:35 pm, 5:00 pm, a 5 :30 pm, 6:50 pm. aa6 :15 pm. Arrive a 7 :85 am. 8 :5o am, 9:50 am; al:00 pm, 3:55 Jim, 6:30 pm. PASADENA TRAINS. Leave 7*oo am. 0100 am; 1:3.". pm, 4:45 pm, 5:00 pm, ftS:3O pm, a 6:50 pm, and :15 pm. Arrive a 7:35 am, 8:;>5 am, 9:50 am, 0:55 air a 1:00 pm, 3:55 pm, 6.30 p.m. """"ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA TRAINS Leave H:l"> am; a 2:00 |nn, 4:25 pm. Arrive 8:48 am ; 1 ;20 pm. 6;46 pm. REDONDO BK.U H TRAINS Leave 0:00 am, 10:00 am; 1:20 pm, 5:25 pm. Arrive * :29 am, 1 1 :50 urn : 4:40 pm, 6:10 pm. SANTA MONICA AND OCEAN PARK TRAINS' Leave 9:00 am, 10:00 am ; 1:40 pm, 6 :2;"> pm Arrive S :29 am, 11 iSO am ; -1:40 pm, 0 :10 pm. ~ SANTA "CATALINA ISLAND TRAINS. Leave ti 1 :00 |»m. A rrive al 1 :38 am. SAN JAOINfO AND TlfMEci-LA TRAINS T—Leave a 9 ;O0 am. O—a 11:15 am I'— Arrive al :00 pm. ESCONDIDO TRAINS Leave a 8 :15 am ; ana-I (35 pm. Arrive a 1:20; aaa.O :4;"> pm. "P—via Pasadena: o—via Orange; C—daily except Sunday from Highland LOOP) D—Sun day only from Highland Loop; a—dally ex cept Sunday; aa —Sunday only : aaa—-Saturday only; aaaa— Saturday and Monday only; all other trains daily. For rates sleeping-car reservations, etc., call on or address E. W. MetiEE, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. 129 North spring street and La Grande station. Redondo Railway DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jefferson st. In effect sn.ni, Thursday, May 30, 1«95. Leave Los Angeles Leave Redondo for for Redondo. Lo:? Angeles. 8:10 a.m. Sunday only 6:45 a.m Sunday only 9:05 a.m. daily 7;MO a.m. daily 1:35 p.m. daily 10:45 a.m. daily 5:45 p.m. dally 4:30 p.m. daily 7 :00 p.m. Sunday only For passenger and freight rates apply at depot, corner Grand avenue and Jefferson street. 'Phone, West t. L. T. GARNSEV, President. J. N .SUTTON, Superintendent. fit. Lowe Railway FOR TIME TABLE SEE LOS ANGELEs" TERMINAL RAILWAY. ins eight chances without, an error •nd covering plenty of ground. The score of the second game 1S as fol lows: FR..NCIS WTI.SON'S A.B. it. 8.11. S.B. P.O. A. K. Kttgcr, cf 3 2 0 3 1 O O Moore, 21) 4 O O O 8 3 O OuerciO, lb 3 2 11110 0 Tvler. p * « 1 0 3 3 0 Chapman, c 4 0 1 1 9 3 0 Haiilon. ss 4 110 17 0 Carmoiia. 3b....4 0 0 1 0 3 0 Solly. rf . 4 1 3 1 O O O Khod.'S, If 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 Total. 34 7 8 7 27 13 a BRUS'SWICKS. A.B. It. 8.11. S.B. r.O. A. B. Smith, 3b 3 O 0 O 4 7 0 tinier, cf 4 l 2 0 2 o o Street, rf. 4 O 1 1 2 0 O Henry, c 4 0 0 0 7 8 * -Hondo, p 4 O O O O 3 1 Gray, If 3 0 10 10 0 Laughlih, zb....a o l o 2 1 O Barclay, si 3 0 0 1 3 2 1 Martin, lb. 4 0 0 1 3 1 1 Total 32 1 0 3 24 18 f F'arned runs—Bruuswieks 1, Wilionie. * Two-base hit. Guercio 1. Rhodes, 1. Three-base hits -Haulm 1, Solly 1. Base on balls—Tyler 1. Mourto 3. Struck out—Tyler 9, MondoG. Time ot" game, I hour and 40 minutes. Umpire —W iukersham. Beorer —Gaty. Next Sunday the Admirals play tha long end, playing two games. The three teams are now tied in the race for tho pennant. TRILBY IN BASEBALL. The Trilby baseball club defeated th* Boyle Heights Stars yesterday by a score of 12 to 5. The personnel of the two teams, given below, shows what star local players were on the diamond: Trilbys—Carroll, short-stop; Shaw pitcher; Alexander, catcher; Nettles, first hasa; White, second base; Grant, third base; Anderson, left field; Bragg, cental held ; Emery, right held. Boyle Heights—E. Courtney, short stop; "Gouts, pitcher; Finley, catcher; Mack, lirst base; Blaude, second base; Cammings, third base; \V. Courtney, left field; 11. Courtney, center field; Moultoii, right field. ATHLETIC NOTES Tne Kroisturnesst is the only big local spjrting affair. At Camp Foster, near Ukiah, tbe mili tary are making (ocd shooting scores at "pinning" the lay figures. . the "grizzlies" from the university ol California are doing the state proud in their foreign tour. The latest thing ia tho hoisting of the blue and gold over the Coloradans in the contests Saturday at Denver. Louis E. fleers and Ural 8. Hughes, who left this city to tramp to the state nniveristy at Berkeley are expected in Oakland today. Thirty -two California players are now connected with tne National league base ball clubs. There was an open blue rock prize shoot at the city Gun club grounds yes terday between miscellaneous local marksmen, but nothing special was'dode. A. W. Cleaver's "promotion" to the pro fessional ranks .from class B, just de clared by the racing board, is the star topic of discussion. Of course it was for professionalism, tho sale of that suit-of clothes order won ut Santa Barbara races boing given as the instance on which he was convicted hy the czar and czarlets of tbe L. A. W. Dick Aylward's and gen ial Charles Fuller Gates' line Italian hands aro seen between tbe lines. Robert M. Welch, a representative of the national racing board, has granted the following sanctions for races: June 15th, Santa Paula Wheelmen, Hanta Pau la; July 4th, lledlands Cycling club, Red lands; "July 4th, Stockton Athletic Asso ciation Stockton; July 4th, Ventura Wheelmen, Ventura; July 4th, Brooklyn Parlor, Native Sons of the Golden West, Enst Oakland. Zimmerman is speeding on the Pitt* burg track. Saturday ho mado a mile in two minutes flat. K. S. Wells and Harry Trill left Ban Francisco Saturday afternoon to repre sent the Bay City Wheelmen in the Kreis turnfest races Tuesday. George P. Wet more accompanies them. E. H. McCrea has been suspended from Class A by Chairman Gideon of the L. A. \V., pending an investigation of bis status. He is accused of properly belong ing in Class B, accepting remuneration from a manufacturer or dealer. The de licious way in which tbe good riders are blocked by the arbitrary board just before any big racing event in which they are entered is an evidence that the defense less league members might say truthfully: "When ye are in life, behold ye are in death," or words to that effect. A$M standing fund is being quietly raised to offer as a reward for the carry ing out of the following provisions of the codes. Bopping tires is becoming a nuis ance and a drain on the purses of local wheelmen: "Every person who shall deposit on any highway any refuse, or waste tin, sheet iron or boken glass is guilty oi a misdemeanor."—Sec. 27.17, political code. "A misdmeanor is punisnabile by im prisonment in a county jail not exceed ing six months, or by a line not execding 1600, or by both."—Sec. 19, "political cotle. ON THE WATER Stockton people are looking forward to a great day on tho Fourth when tbe row ing regatta and held day will come off. It is expected to bo a sort ot athletic re viva! mooting. Tlio Pennsylvania shell was sm ashed at its boat bouse, so the 4-mile race with Cornell and Columbia was deferred. Fishermen up north are rejoicing in cho lino mountain trout fishing and on the salmon hooking in Monterey bay, but when wo look over the records of fish caught in Southern California waters, it can bo said that they have scant advant age over us in that line of sport. Sportsmen are reveling in tho splendid catches of yellowlait anu barracouda that aro reported fromJJatalina and the ocean shore. . HORSEMEN'S TALK Good horse. Good jockey. Good track. Oood money. (Jood-by. —Washington Star. Fantasy mado the fastest time of tha season Friday on the Dcs Moines track, going ajmilo in 2:07, within a second of her record. Entries for the nomination purses in the coming district races closed last Thursday. Entries for tho declaration purses do not close until September 14lh. Grand Canyon of the Colorado An excursion to the Grand canyon un der tho personal direction and in charge of Miss Whitlock, will leave l.os Angeles at sp. m. Monday, June 24th. Particu lars at Santa Fe "office, 139 North Spring street. Terminal Island The pavilion and bath house are open for the season. Fish dinners, fine bath' ing, boating and sailing. $2Q.ao to Phoenix, Ariz,, and Return Via Santa Fe. Tickets on sale Tuesday! and Saturdays. Through palace sleeper on Tuesdays. Tho Santa ¥c is arranging to run both the morning and evening trains for San Diego on July (Ith in two sections to ac cent inodnto the people that will take ad vantage of tue .18.00 round-trip rat* offered on that date. Coolost place in the city to lunch. Lit* tie Neck clams on shell. Hollenbeck cafe. The Willi nana, deals- Cf the "it" '' SSiS Strom, 324 s! Spring sti" * " "* Wall paper House ot tne coast, 338.8 BfriJag 7