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THEODORE TIMM'S LICENSE
The Board of Police Commis
sioners Revoke It
SOME LICENSES HUNG UP
Not a Great Amount of Business Trans
acted Yesterday
Chlel Glass Submits • List ol Saloons Ac
cused of Violating; the Sunday
Closing: Ordinance
The counsel for Theodore Timm, the
Ban Fernando saloon keeper, accused of
having two weeks ago violated the saloon
ordinance, wanted another continuance
before the case was heard by tbe police
commissioners yesterday, but the board
would not listen to the gentle bint.
Police Officer Loog, who arrested Timm,
made a etatemeot of the alleged viola
tion of tbe law. Mrs. Ttm.n was behind
tbe bar of the saloon and tne place was
filled with people being served with
liquor. Long made a second visit to tho
saloon in company with Officer Len
nanssr and saw the previous scene re
enacted. Long bad several drinks and
then placed Timm under arrest. The
officer captured one glass of beer and
carted it off to police headquarters to be
used as evidence in the coming court
proceedings in the matter. Mrs. Timm
offered him $50 to square the case. Offi
cer Leuhauser corroborated Long.
Timm's story was that he had only given
drinks on the Sunday mentioned to the
boarders in his house. The attorney for
tne accused plead for sympathy for his
client, to him as a simple
minded Dutchman. Timm's license was
revoaed.
The application ol F. F. Miller for a
saloon at the corner of First and Vina
■treats was nung up. The report of the
chief in the premises was to the effect
that tho new owner of the place intended
to turn the saloon over to ola proprietors
whose license had been revoked because
of a violation of the Sunday closing ordi
nance. The same action was taken in re
gard to the application for a transfer of a
license for the saloon at 221 West Fourth
street, the latter because tbero is some
dispute regarding the ownership of the
place.
Tbe application of Brown & Sivickert
for a rehearing of their claim in re the
revocation of the saloon license at 117
East First street was beard.
Tne applicants claimed that tbey in
tended to imply for a license at 113 East
First, but made a mistake. Tbere was
a protest against the saloon at the
former, and the license having been
granted to be in effect tlisre.had to be re
voked. There is objection against the
proposed saloon because there are already
four saloons ie the same block. The
aenae of the board was that a new appli
cation for a license should be made. The
new application was immediately made
and formally filed. The application was
then denied.
The application for a license at 305 Los
Angeles street was tiled, as was the ap
plication for the license at "00 East First
■treet and tha application for a license at
265 New High street.
Tbe application of Hicksou & Stack for
tbe transfer of the license at 121 East
First street was granted. The application
of Frank Hoffman at ISO Wolfskill ave
nue was denied.
Rev. Will Knighten presented a numer
ously singed petition opposing the grant
ing of a license for the satoon on toe cor
ner ot Alameda and First streets. The
matter was continued for one week.
The license of J. W. Griffin at 120 West
Second street was revoked for the non
payment of the license money.
the application of Fred Smith to be ap
pointed a special officer to patrol China
town and the tenderloin district was re
ferred to tbe chief. Smith's salary will
be paid by Theodore Baner and the Chi
nese Six compnaies.
A list of eight saloons was reported by
Chief Glass as having last Sunday vio
lated tne closing ordinance. Owing to
tne charge tbat in the case of some of the
places accused tne police officers who se
cured the evidence are not thought to
have been actuated by altogether r roper
motives, action upon the matter was
postponed for one week.
OBITUARY
A Native Son Passes Away In Cellna,
Ohio
John Dickman Crockett, aged 14 years
9 months and 7 days, son of Mrs. Sophia
Crockett, died at his home ou East Mar
hat street, Celina, Ohio, Wednesday
moirring. August Htn, at 3:30 from
dropsy.
John was an exceptionally bright
young man, and at his studies in school
proved a close student. He was, until
the time of vis death, studying dentistry
with Dr. C. C. Soott. At this, his chosen
profession, he was careful and assiduous
in his work. His gentlemanly and cour
teous manner won for him the admira
tion and respect of the entire public.
The funeral services were held Thursday
afternoon at the Presbyteriun church.
The family have the sympathy and con
dolence ot their many friends in their
■ad bereavement.—Ceiina (Ohio) Demo
crat.
Tho young man referred to in the above
obituary was born in Et Monte Cal., and
bad many friends who are living in Los
Angeles ana Southern California.
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshine, with
plenty of exercise in the open air. Her
form glows with health and her face
blooms with its beauty. If her 3ystem
needs the cleansing action of a laxative
remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant
liquid laxative. Syrup of Figs.
Champion Rope Skipper
At Redondo Beach, Sunday, 22d. Ex
hibition by Professor Watts. One thou
■and skips in live minutes. Take Santa
Va trains, 9 a. m., 10 a. ru., 11 a.m., 1:20
Jf. m. Round trip, 50 cents.
Use German Kamtly soap
I CRHND REMQyHL SHLE -1
lIMMENSEI IMMENSE ASSORTMENT CURLING IRONS, p STERLING PLATED _/V HERCULES BRAID, A COMPLETE LINE ROYAL FURS, I- '„ A I
Were 2Sc, 15c and 10c. I*/"* BELT PINS. 111/* Were BMc, 12Kc and 15c. //* In fancy shades, were 25c. Vfl H
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i BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE I
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
pube
GENERAL OIL ITEMS
Proposition for Transportation to Be Consid
ered by the Exchange
Until alter the meeting of the subscrib
ers to tbe capital stock of tbe oil ex
change, which will be held tomorrow at
2 o'clock in room 415 Bradbury block,
nothing definite will be known as to
what arrangements can ba made for Ihe
shipment of oil to the northern markets.
At that time tbe executive committee
will lay before the exchange the proposi
tions which it has been considering, and
if tbev are deemed favorable and the pro
ducers will pledge their support by put
ting their petroleum at the disposal of
the exenange, the matter will be settled
at once.
The coming meeting will be one of
great importance and a full attendance is
requested.
The usual activity prevailed in the
fie.d yesterday, nothing having occurred
to delay the proceedings of the industry.
A 1000-barrel tank Is being built
near tue Hall well on Kockwood street,
which will be set tj pumping at once.
The oil sand wa* reached in Cole &
Humestin's well near the corner of Rock
weod street and Belmont avenue, at a
depth of 836 feet. The drill is now
thirty-tive feet in the sand.
Houses in ihe oil tieiu are constantly
being moved out to make way for the
aggressive derrick. There were two on
rollers yesterday.
IN THE POLICE COURT
Yesterday One of the Lightest Days of
the Season
In the police court the prisoners' dock
was mostly filled with drunks. There
were eight altogether, each of whom was
given the usual liebt fine of $3 or three
days.
S. Christopher, the barber who was
complained of for having kept his shop
open on Sunday, had his case continued
until September 20th to file a brief.
B. Perrez was discharged and tne com
plaint against nim for battery dismissed.
Tbe complaint against M.Dooly, charg
ing him with disturbirg the peace, was
dismissed.
V. V.Cochrm, against whom the health
officer swore out a complaint for keep
ing his stable in a bad condition, bad
hit case postponed indefinitely.
G. W. Beeves, arrested upon a cnarge
of petit larceny, was discharged.
James Fitzgerald, who was brought to
the city prison Monday night for drunk
enness, was ordered sent to the county
hospital for treatment.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used
for children teething. It toothes tho ohilJ
softens tbe gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic and is the beat remedy lor diarrhoea.
Twenty-rive cents a bottle.
JOTTINGS
Notice.
To whom It may concern: Messrs. Ben E.
Ward, Clay & Co., who have heretofore repre
sent! us in Los Angeles, having dissolved
partnership, we have appointed Mr. Cha les
Van Valkenburg to the management of our
business at this point. In conjunction with
him Mr. D. R. Clay, formerly of the firm of
Ben E> Ward, Ctayi Co., will solicit business
In our behalf. The oflice ot the compam-.-s
will remain as before at 123 W. Third street.
We take this opportunity of thanking the
people of Los Angeles and vicinity who have
done business with us heretofore and we trust
that under the able management of Mr. Van
Valkenburg we shall continue to merit the
confidence and patronage of insur, rs.
Very respectfully, BROWN, CRAIG i- CO.
General agents tol Phoenix Insurance Co.,
of Brooklyn; The American Firo Insurance
Co., of Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Fire In
surance Co., of Philadelphia. Svea Fire Insur
ance Co., of Gothenberg, Sweden.
Our Home Brew
Maier & Zobeiein'a lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414 Allsostreet; telephone
01.
Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl
On draft Olympic Hall, 131 w. First st.
W. Garms, prop Tel. 274. Finest commer
cial lunch. Leavo orders for bottled beer.
On account of going oat ot business I will
sell high grade new upright pianos at cost,
foroash only, from now until October 1, 1890.
N. Borchers, corner bpring and Eighth streets
Haniman Fish Co., San Pedro
Fresh fish and lobaters shipped direct to an
points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from
cannery iv San Pedro, at lowest wholesale
prices.
Save Undertakers' Commission
Hire your hacks for funerals, $2.50 each from
Gus Graham. Stand, Arcade depot Tel. 553.
Hunter's Tamales
Hunter makes Texas tamales, the leading
tamale of tbe world. 020 Stevens Place.
Pabst Be.-r! Pabst Beerl
On draft at Joa Arnold's, 358 8. Spring st
Buy tho Whitney make trunk and traveling
bag. Factory 423 South Spring street
Dr. D. E. DifTenbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and
5. 119 a Spring St., Los Angeles.
Dressmakers—All fashion books at Lang
stadter'a, 214 South Broadway.
Overland Route via the Northern Pacific
Railroad
Altera winter spent in Southern California
nothing is more desirabie for the tourist than
to return east via the Shasta route and North
ern Pacific railroad. The Yellowstone Park
and Dining Car line. All trains vestibuled.
Tourist cars elegaullv npnolstered. Scenery
unsurpassed. Weather cool and delightful.
Bend 0 cents in sumps for illustrated book,
Sketches in Wonderland. For information
communicate with John Clark, 2z9 S. Spring
st . Los Angeles, or T. IC. Stateler, Gen'l Agt.,
086 Market st.. San Francisco.
IiOS AXOEIiES HERAIiD: "WEDJfESDAX MOItNTNTQ-. SEPTEMBER 18, 1895.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Franchise for a New Water Company to
Be Sold
The School District Tax Rates In Detail—A
New Bridge to Be Built.
Routine Business
At the meeting of the board of super
visors yesterday the usual claims were
presented, audited and allowed.
Notice of the sale of tho franchise for a
proposed water company was ordered
published for ten days, The route of the
proposed pipe line commences on Buena
Vista avonue. at the junction of the
Hancho rrovidencia aud Scott tract;
thence south along Buena Vista avenue to
A lunula avenue; thence east and north
west along Alameda avenue to Flower
street; thence along Flower street to tbe
river; thence southerly over private prop
erty to the Lick tract; thence westerly to
Hollywood also along Vermont avenue,
etc. The franchise is for twenty-live years,
to distribute water for domestio and
iirigation purposes in the territory above
mentioned.
On motion of Supervisor Hanley, tbe
matter of the application for the board of
supervisors to make all suitable arrage
ments for holding tbe Hardens sanitary
election was referred to the district attor
nay for an opiniun on the powers of tho
board in the matter.
On motion of Supervisor Hanley, Su
pervisor Hay was empowered to rebuild
the broken bridge over Ballona creek,
near Mas mot station, under the emer
gency clause.
On motion of Supervisor Hay, W. S.
Sawyer was authorized to grade Thirty
seventh street, lrom Ahran's addition to
Kosedale avenue.
The contract and bond of I.ovie, Rogers
& Co., for doing certain cement work
on tbe first floor of the court house were
approved.
The claim of the sheriff for expenses in
transporting children to tbe Whittier re
form school was rejected, as was also the
claim of George Wilson for serving a sub
poena at San Pedro.
On moton of Supervisor Hanley the
board decided to visit Pasadena and Al
tadena to examine the route of the pro
posed electric ra'lway.
On motion of Supervisor Hanley, David
Mulrein was awarded the contract for
cement sidewalking and curbing the
county property on Buena Vista street.
W. 1. Webber was granted permission
to lay a water pipe across Thirty-eighth
street.
The claim of the society for the preven
tion of crime for $1."). the amount of a fine
paid by William Nichols of Long Beach,
lor cruelty to animals, was rejected on
the advice of the district attorney.
Following are the school district tax
rates in detail, under the levy for 1895-90,
which were summarized in tho report of
the tax levy published in the Herald
yesterday morning:
Alhambra, lf> cents; Artesia, 30 cents;
Azusa, i*o cents; Azusa City, 75 cents;
Belvedere,7o cents; Bloonilield, 20 cents;
Calabasaa, 15 cents; Charter Oak, 60
cents: City of Kedondo Beach, 25 cents;
Clearwater. SO cents; City ot San Pedro,
15 cents; City of Long Beach. 25 cents;
< resienta, li> cents; City of Monrovia,
66 cents; Del Norte, 41) cents; F.vergreen,
11.30; Florence,s cents; Fairmount,sl.4s;
tiardena, 00 cents; Clendora, 30 cents;
Garvey, 05 cents; Hudson, 20 cents:
Highland Park, 75 cents; Hyde Park, 75
cents; Ivanhoe. $1.20; lnglewood, 75
cents; Lamamla Park. 10 cents; La Can
ada. 40 cents; Lancaster, 00 cents; Lank
ershim, 50 cents; Lemon, 55 cents; Los
Feliz, 85 cents; Loa Neitos, 00 cents;
Lugo, li) cents; Long Beacb, 25 cents;
Machado, 20 cents; Monrovia, 05 centa;
Morninuside, $1.05; Mountain View, 25
cents: Ocean, 40 cents; Pacoima, $1.80;
'ihe Palms, 85 cents; Paltndale, 70 cents;
Pasadena City, 33 1-3 cents; Pomona
City, 50 cents: Palomares, 90 cents;
Providencia, 15 cents; Pasadena, 30
cents; Redondo, 28 cents; Kosedale, 00
cents; Kowland, 10 cents; San Gabriel, 45
cents; Savannah, 30 cents; San Pedro,
15 cents; Santa Suflana, 5 cents; Tejunga,
$2.30; Town of Santa Monica, 33 1-3
cents; Tbe Palms, 85 cents; The Pass.
10 cents; University, 5 cents; Vinedale, 5
cents; Vineiand, 05 cents; West Vernon,
$1.00.
riascot Olee Club at Redondo
Sunday, September 22d. Santa Fo trains
leave 9a. m., 10 a. m., 11 a. m., 1:20 p.
m. Round trip, 50 cents.
tllg Stock ol Aluminum
Ware just received at 214 a Broadway, to be
sold at cut prices.
The wait paper dealer ot the city Is Eck
troni, 324 South Snring street
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair. San Francisco-
b go f\p LP r
$5.00 raSHs^opo
Isave Coal |
i i
By using a Tuttle Improved Grate. It §k
: keeps a better fire and is a bigger coal-
|=i saver than any grate. Your money s|
back if you don't like it.
H The Tuttle mercantile Co., if
Iff 308-310 South Broadway, BRADBURY BUILDING Iff
I Covers Well jj
One gallon of the Harrison " Tow n and Countn " naints will jljl
cover more square feet of surface than any paint you can buy. gig
That's one thing that makes it a cheaper paint to 1 uy. gjp
1 P. H. Hat hews I
N. E. Corner Second and Alain _v reet; ||
AT THE HOTELS
H. H. Lawrenca of Oakland is at the
Hollenbeck.
W. R. Dowler of Riverside is a Ruest at
the Hollenbeck.
| M. C. Fisher of Providence, R. 1., is at
the Hollenbeck.
O. M. Goddard of Alameda is a guest
at the Westminster.
A. S. Alfred and wife of New York are
gueots at the Hollenbeck.
O. A. Baker, a prominent citizen of
Delano, Cal., is at the Nadeau.
George J. Levy, a prominent attorney
of San Diego, ts stopping at tho West
minster.
W. S. Schmidt, a well-known mining
man of Helena, Mont., is at the Nudeau.
J. E. Wnitmore, editor of the Daily
Times-Index of San Bernardino, is regis
tered at the Nadeau.
Dr. Laura A. 8. Bullard and Mra. W.
J. Swesey of San Francisco have apart
ments at the Westminster.
F. G. Voss, a prominent insurance man
of San Francisco, is making his head
quarters at tbe Westminster.
Dr. Thad Johnson, a prominent physi
cian of Pomona, acorn panied by his
wife, is staying at the Nadeau.
A. C. Rulopon and wife of San Fran
cisco are spending a few days in South
ern California and are now stopping at
the Westminster.
Mrs. Dr. L. M. Breed and Miss J. E.
Dale of Pomona are spending a few days
in the city and have taken apartments
at the Hollenbeck.
For a good table claret try our Sonoma
Zinfandel, 500 per gallon. T. Vacbe it
Co., Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Reception
You are cordially invited to attend
Moffatt's millinery, 329 S. Bpring, open
ine Thursday and Friday, the 19th and
20tb.
P Kregelo & Bresee, funeral directors
Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 243.
BORN
ROGERS—To the wife of B A. Rogers, a son.
1721 Maple aye.
MARRIED
SCHAFER-WATSOS —By tlie Rev. L. Findiav
Laverty. at 863 Pasadena avenue, Mia.
Edna B. Watson and Chas. Sehaier.
DIED
SCHWAMM—Sent. 17th, 1805, Evelyn Louise
Sehwamro, beloved daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Schwamm trand daughter
cf J. F. Brossart, aged 1 year and six
months.
Funeral Sept. 18th at 2 p.m. from residence,
514 Pasadena aye.
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Yom Kippur
Congregation
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Montefiore
Divine services will be held at
Dasonic Hall, 125 1-2 South Spring
street.
Rev. W. A. Edelman, assisted by
Mr. Schulman.
Special Notice
To the
nuiicivu
111.1111
The werl-known specialist, takes pleasure in
Announcing the tact that lie has secured au
elegant office in the Grand Pacific Hotel,
4.11-427 8. spring st., Los Angeles whfro he
may he consulted on all the various diseases
ol the Head, Throat and Chest, including the
Eye, Kar and Heart.
Dr. Williams' practice of eleven years in this
city cnabU'S him to point with pride to hun
dreds and thousands oi hii old patients now
cured and living healthy and happy lives who
otherwise would be tilling consumptive
graves.
Dr. Williams' system of practice is by Medi
cated Inhalations, which carry the remedies
directly into the Head, Throat and Lungs
instead of giving them by the already worn
out Stomach. The consequence is, the effects
are immediate and permanent, and the cures
are contain in the majority of the so called
incurable cases nnd demonstrate the fact be
yond a question of doubt that
Consumption Can Be Cured
A few year* ago Dr. Williams was laughed
at for advancing these ideas that consumption
can be cured, while today there is not a phy
siciau of repute who thinks otherwise. We
have living wiinesses all over the land whero
this is fully illustrated. Then, if climate
alone will cure some icotated eases, how much
more reasonable to suppose that proper Medi
cated Inhalations will cure where nothing
else will even relieve or prolong ihe life of the
poor sufferer. We are permitted through God
to point to thousands of such living witnesses
from all o\er tho laud.
Consulatiou and examinations allfree.
M. H. Williams, M. D.
Grand Pacific Hotel
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
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To show our honesty, sincerity and ability,
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FURNITURE
CJ3. t"OCtS Lace and'SwTcurUlns
■ Portieres, Oilcloths
__ _ _ *_>nt Window Shades
337-339-3*H Linoleums, Mattings, Etc.
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Doctor
JtSfit WHITE
128 N. Main St.
Middle-Aged and Young Hen
You have led a gay life or indulged in
the follies of youth, lelf-abuse or later
excesses, have Impaired your health,
mentally, physically and sexually. Yon
are not the man you used to be or should
be. Are you nervous and weak, despond
entand gloomy, specks floating br'o ■
your eyes, back weak and kidneys Irrtt i
ble sinking spells, palpitation of the
heart, dreams nnd losses, sexual weak
nens pimples on the face eyes sunken
varicocele, poer memory, distrustful, it;el:
of energy? Dr. White.. New Mt.h
treatment will cure you. No risk.
BLOOD AND SKIN
Syphilis, eruptions, blotches, falling hair
bone pains, awelhngs, i»ore throat, moutl.
tongue ulcers, cured for life-cures guai
en teed.
URINARY
Kidney, bladder troubles, burning urine
gonorrhea, gleet and strictute receiv
prompt relief and cur*. Consult Dr. \V bill
Out-of-Town Patients
Treated with success through oor-epp ;
ence. One visit desirable, but not neei
sary. Dr. White Is tho oldest Special <!•
tor for Men in th«» '- : ' •
A POINTER
R The "bunco game" of "Not a dollar
5| need be paid," etc., is not operated at
:-| this dispensary. Mr reputation forfair
d rt allnr so all is well established.
Ever Troubled Yvitli Your Eyes?
Ever Tried US?
We have fitted glasses to thousands to their
entire satisfaction. Why not give us atrial.'
We will satisfy you. Eyes tested free. Glasses
ground to order on premises. Established
here nine years. Lowest prices.
PACIFIC OPTICAL CO.,
107 N. Spring St., Lios Angeles, Cal.
S. O. MARSHUTZ. Pron.
Th^Bdlis
HIGH GRADE. NONE FINER.
i Light, strong and steady. Every particle
of these machines as tine as money can
froduce. The tubing is imported from
ngland. We warrant these machines to
: be of the highest possible character in ma
terial and workmanship. They are simple
In construction, beautiful in finish and de
sign and come in two models only, ladies'
and gentlemen's.
j Trimble & Hollis Co.,
449 S. Spring St.,
Agents for State of California.
Agents wanted In every city and town
in the state. Write to us for terms.
(3_K Wholesale. Retail.
J_&2__t~.__ Si CO.
JjjHK? JAPANESE GOODS
=:Japanese Art:
hH| Everything lowest
: prices. Come in nnd see.
sj _tm :$44 s. Bpring s.t
m T *3 in r\ non-pr-'ionong
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