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EQUALIZING CITY SALARIES The New Ordinance to Be Introduced ABOUT JANUARY THE FIRST Every Van to Pay for His Own Garbage Collection The Board of Public Warka rtakei Important Recommendations —Wrong and Right Kind of Milk at County Hospital An ordinance completely overhauling the salaries of the subordinates in tbe various jounicipal ilcpartnients is to be passed by tbe council about tbe lirst ot Ihe year. It will ba introduced and fathered by the Inanca committee. Pres ident Teed gave notice some time ago tbat he would at the proper time intro duce the necessary resolution for the pur pose, and he intends to do so just as soon after the beginning of (he new year as possible, which is the Isttsr part of No vember. The last salary ordinance was adopted early in IS. 13, sines which time it bss been amended until tbo original act is now nothing but a skeleton. Tbe Isw of 1893 provided in its provisions the salaries of every municipal department. Since its passage, however, the pay of the police and tire department and neaMy every clerk about tbe cay ball has been tampered and tinkered with until the in tent of tbe acl is the only thing left of it. I'here are cler~~ at present employed by the city wbo a re paid $7"> a month whose work does not differ excepting in unimportant details from that of men who draw $:->0 a month. Tbe sanitary in spectors attache! lo tbo board of health, for instance, are paid 160. They are on duty sometimes ten aid twelve hours a day, while police officers who work alwa'vs in eigut-nour witches, receive 182.38 a raontu. The clerss in the office of tne superintendent of streets receive from $75 to $90 a month. wfa_le tbe one clerk employed by Engineer boosp ton is piad $sO. The aomitor nas two clerks at $80. while toe clerks in the assessor's otEce are paid $OJ. The clerks in tue lax collector's office are paid fsJ, all but the chief *lerk, who receives $83. Tbe city clerk's deputies are paid i, $S0 $70 and $50 respectively, while the treasurer's deputy is paid $90. The*proposed new ordinance will, it is given out, lis all clerical salaries at $80 and route the pay of the sanitary in spectors $7i a month. BOARD OF PIBLIC WORKS Important ."lattsrs Waica Were Disputed of Yesterday Tha board of public works did a big day's work yesterday, cleaning up sev eral matters which bid been hanging tire, some of them since last July. Among tbe important subjects disposed of were the following: Recommend tnat (be petition of E. A. Clark et al. asking to have tne name of West Beacou street changed to Beacon Mreet be granted, and tbe city atiorney inatrncted to prepare and present the ne cessary ordinance. In the matter of tho petition from Ab bot Kinney et al. asking to have Main street widened between Fifth and Tenth streets, live feel on each side, except be tween Seventh and Ninth streets, we re commend that the pending proceedings for widening said street be anundoned. and that the city enciueer be instructed to furnish the city attorney with tbe ne cessary description of land to be taken for tbe widening of said Main street from Fifth to a point south of Tenth street, where a line drawn live feet eaat of the present enst line of Main street would intersect the said east line of Main street at tbe angle south of Tenth street, and to take five feet off tbe west side of Main ■treet, between Fifth and Tenth streets, except between Seventh and Ninth streets and to furnish the description thereof to the city attorney to draft ordinance of intention; the district of assessment to be both sides of Main street batwecn Fifth and Tenth streets. Recommend the petition from George H. I'ike et ai. in reference to change of grade on the east sid" of Olive and tbe sonth side of Fourth streets, ba referred to tbe city engineer to nresjnt tbe neces sary ordinance of intention, providing said petition represents a majority of the frontage affected by said cbange Recommend the petition from F. O. Johnson, et al., asking that Bixal street, between Sixth ami Seventh streets, be ■idewalked with a cement sidewalk six feet wide), be g-antcl and the city engi neer be instructed to present tne neces sary ordinance of intention therefor. Recommend that tbe petition from A. E. Pomeroy, asking that tbo city engi neer be. instructed to estaolisb the grade ot Stanford avenue. Eighth ritreet and Ninth street in tbe Manford avenue tract, be graded and tbe city engineer be instructed to present tbe necessary ordi nance of intention. In tbe matter of the communication from Mrs. Mary E. Bigelow. asking tbat the cost of Inspector on the improve ment of Kensington road be not charged to the property owners, as tbo work was condemned, we recommend that the con tractor be required to pay for all inspec tion had on said work, but in making up bis warrant and assessment and fixing the amount of incidental expenses, he bo allowed for the salary of only nne inspec tor for cum and sidewalk, and that tiie street supeirntendeut do instructed ac cordingly. Recommend the petition from 11. N. TJrmy et al., asking that a cement walk, full width of tin' sidewalk.be consfucted on th" west side of Buena Vista street, between Temple and Rock streets, ba granted and the city engineer be in structed to present the necessary ordi nance of intention. Recommend tho petition from W. M. al.,asking tbat tne Consolida ted Electric Uailroad cnnipany be required to place tbeir tracks on tbe established graie on Olive street between Fir*t and econd streets, be granted, anil the street, superintendent be instructed to notify said company to place their tracks on the established grade. In tbe matter of the communication from the I.os Angeles Railway company giving schedule and number "of trips per day on tbe West Second and West First ■treet divisions from July Ist to July aiith, inclusive, we recommend that the city clerk be directed to transcribe this communication in full upon the records, and thereafter iile the some with the fran chise granted to cover the West Second and West First street mute. Recommend that tbo street superinten dent be instructed to place a culvert »cro«a Hfth street on Ihe east side of Hill itreet. Action upen tbe above recommenda tions will be taken by the council on Monday. EACH TO PAY FOR HIMSELF A New Garbage Contract Which May Be Entered Into There is v strong probability that at the terminuti in of tho existing garbage con tract, which expires within the next three months, an ordinance will be passed compelling house holders to pay for tho removal and dispi.-ition of garbage in stead of the city footing tho bills, as ia th' 1 case at present. £be Utter systeia is at present io vogue Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report I v* r Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE in sevcial of tbe leading cities of the country, where it ia stated to be giving general satisfaction. It is intended under tlie proposed new order of thinge to have eaJh and every bouss holder pay to the garbige contrac tor the sum of 28 cents a month. Counting 18.000 families to be residing in the city the sum netted would aggregate $4500 a month, far which amount the work could, it is argueu, be properly done. Councilman M. P Snyoer is inclined to father tbe proposed new scheme, while Councilman Frank 0. Munson is strongly opposed to it. The lattsr d es oot be lieve tnat the general public will favor tbe idea with any denree of warmth. The removal of garbage at present costs $12,500 a year. WALTER MOORE'S ELOQUENCE A Characteristic Speech Which Me Delivered in Georgia The last issue of the Western Fireman and Journal of Publio Works, published at Chicago, contains the full proceedings of tbe national convention of lire chiefs held al Augusta. Ga. Among tbe sub jects discussed was "Snould not any city of any size own and cjntrul ita own water worss? If not, why .' And should not tbe chief of lire department have control of fire by lrants at all times, in stead ol being only vrsied with that au thority In tne winter months?" Chief Moore from Los Angeles said: "Co ing as 1 do from the lower end of California, the oueen city of tbe Sierras, tbe beautiful city of I.os Angeles, nest ling in the lap ot the Pacific slope, with her feet in the Pacific ocean. I am greatly interested in tbis subject, as it is a prac tical question with the (jueen of the An gels a* to whether «be eboula own her water works. This, to us, is a very im portant question. For me to ta«te a posi tion on that subject, either on the one side or the other, would. I fear, cost me my official head. After making tuis long trip to the east, it will be very nec essary fo' me to hold down ray job for the n"e\t two years. lam extremely anx ious that this convention should decide this question We have no weeds grow ing around our hydrants; nothing but ruses. Toere is nothing *.'» prevent the moat efficient chief (applause) and bis splendid assistants from doing their full duty." Tne question was later decided in the affirmative, but whether or not it was Moore's address which did the business the Chicago papers fail to.slate AT THE COUNTY HOSPITAL An Analysis oi the Milk Used Tells a Peculiar Story- Mr?. Bertha Landt. who is tie head of tbe King's Daughters in this city, yes t. rday nai Hsaltn Orticer Steddom make an official analysis of the two samples of milk u-ed at tne county hospital, one sample being from the table of the phy sicians at tbe institution, and the other being what is fed to the patients of the institution. The analysis showed the milk fed to the doctors proved to ba good, pure and wholesome, and the other proved to be just tbe reverse. The Building Record Permits for new buildings were yester day issued aggregating in value $1300, all of the three permits issued being to the ; Johnson-Keeney company, as follows: On Adams street between Main and Maple avenue, a two-story dwelling, to cost $2500; on Ruth avenue, between Fifth aud Sixth, two residences, to cost $1000. GETTING RICH VERY FAST An Extra Large Amount of Fines Paid Into the Treasury The police courts wore crowded with petty cases yesterday and tbe fines amounted to more than usual when ag gregated with me money that the gamb ling outfit paid. Just $OSB was got in lines altogether. The gamblers were not the only ones who coughed up "planks," for no less than six men were fined small sums for having violated the bicycle ordinance. Their names are A. W. Benson, F. R. Pitner, C, M. Richardson anil L, K. Daniel, $."1 each, and M. A. Bume and Fred Smith The police intend to keep up their pres ent crusade against the fast bicycle rid ing inside the city and every offender will be arrested and'prosecuted." Licensed to Wed Following marr'age licenses were issued by the county clerk yesterday: George Frank, aged 27 years and a resi dent of San Jose, and Margaret Frank, aged 22 years and a resident of Pasadena, both natives of England. Monroe Jackson, a native of Arkansas, aged 27 years, and Laura lVvy, a native of, Texas, aged 22 years, both residents of Los Angeles. Henry Edwin Davis,a native oflllinois. aged 26 years, and a resident of Moneta. and Jenine Burnett, a native of Indiana, aged 22 years and a resident of Gardens. Andrew I. Carlson, a native of Sweden, aged lib years, and Annie Gimbert, a na tive of Australia, aged 21 years,both resi. dents of San Francisco, i Ilorninnn Stoetner. aged :17 years und Minna Nebel, aged 36 years, botb natives of Germany and residents of Los Angeles. We are never so happy as when engravl nir or printing wedding cards. Let us *how you what we tan do. 11. M. Lee A: Bro., 140 N. Bpiingst A TOWN LOT FOR NOTHING An Opportunity for Everybody to Become a Landed Proprietor Tbe rieb and poor, as they always have been, are treated alike by The Herald. Not satisfied with giving 'tbe people the best anil moat popular newspaper in Southern California, this great journal, in order to increase its already large and growing circulation, ami to give eicry man, woman and nbild ill the United States an opportunity to own it piece of real estate in the great state of California, lias bought a large section of land adjoin ing the thriving town of Lancaster and subdivided it into lown lots of 23 by 100 feet. These i„ts will be given away, one to each subscriber, and" may be "worth several hundred dollars nilhin a few y curs. An Important Discovery In medicine, one tbat fully equals that of Pasteur in tne tieatmnt of hvdropno bia, or tne Keeley and Whorrel treatment for ii obriety, bas been made by a pb ,si cian of this city. Alter ten years of patient investigation and study Dr. Peebles, of tln'.j South Spring street, has discovered a system of hypodermic treatment that will radical ly cure syphilis and scrofula in from one to three months. ihe remedies are not given by tbe stomach, but are introdooed directly into tbe lystem, and act by immediate contact in ti.e blood on the peculiar and ■ptoino poison that causes tbis disease. A. V. A. Lecture State President Hnddleson will deliver a fiee lecture in Illinois hall on Friday evening . October 27tb. Onod music anu speaking. Everybody cordially invited. The wall paper dealer of the elty la Eek allow, 824 huu Swatl street. liOS ANGELES HERAjLD: SATTJBDAX MOKNTtfO. OCTOBER 26. 1895. BUDD AND THE SEVENTH Companies From Abroad Arc Ordered Here They ,lust Pay Their Own Exp«nses While Officially Attending Illlard a Funeral Governor Budd bas orderrd out the whole of the Seventh regiment of infant ry of the National Guard to act as an es cort to the remsins of ths late Lieuten ant-Governor S. O. Millard. Of the seven companies comprising the organization, threr are located at Los Angeles, me at Pasadena aud one each at Ye.itura, Santa Paula and Anaheim. Every company ia expected to pay ita own subsistence and transportation, looking to the next legislature for reimbursement. The order yesterday created a great deal of consternation. Tbe trip from and oack to Ventura will coat every man in I company at least $5, witb tbe Santa Paula ami Anaheim men being taxed In proportion - Some of tbe men may refuse to come and then there will be complica tions which In a niafer like the present one ougbt not to arise. The following general order has been issued by Colonel Shrieber, commanding the Seventh regiment: The field and stuff mounted, band, and companies A, B, C and F, will assemble in fatigoe uniform at the armory, I,os An gelea. at 2 p. m. sharp, to participate >n the ceremonies incidental to the luneral services of tne late Lieutenant BuVernor S. G. Millard. No excuse for absence wiil be allowed. Shreiber is too good a soldier to do anything but obey orders, hence the pro visso in tie above that no excuse will be allowed. The colonel received the gover nor's commands through General F. A. Last and Adjutant-General Barrett, wbo is now here. Hi was adverse to bringing the outside companies bore without pay and suggested that the local companies and the one from Pasadena might suffice for the occasion, but the governor refused to allow his personal arrangements tube in terfered Willi. Build li ft San Francisco yestarday and is due here this afternoon to remain over Sunday. AN ATTFMPTED BURGLARY A Man Lnters a House but Secures Nothing Tbe very profitable was made at 652 South Hill street by burglars last week, baa caused them to tuink tbat everybody living in tbat. immediate neighborhood has money to burn. An attempt was made early yesterday morn ing Pi burglarize three houses near tbat of Mr. Stevenaon'a, which was the one entered last week, hut nothing was secured* About 1 oclock in tbe morning Mrs. A. L. Clayton at 668 South Hill street was aroused by hearing somebody trying tn turn tbe key of her door. Fortunately she had it secured by a wire which pre vented tbis Irom being done. Tbe bnrg lar tben went up tbe stairs and tried to enter some of the other rooms, but tbey were all locked and bolted on be inside, so his trouble was for naught. Mrs. Clayton says that she beard bim come down the stairs finally and go out, clos ing tbe door very carefully. The fellow made similar attempts to get into the houses at Noa. Sol- occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Web, and at ooS, occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holmes, but was un successful Mr. McMabon, who lives at Mrs. Clay ton's, was at the race track in the after noon and bad a quantity of money It is probable that the would be burglar saw him there and aputted'bim after he left the course. That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of renewed hcaltti and strength and internal uleanh np*fs, which follows the uae of fivrup of Fius, is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond ihe old time me J irines and tbe cheap substitutes some time.- offered but never accepted by tbe well informed. JOTTINGS Our Home Brew Maier A Zobeietn's lager, frush from their brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kepi. Office and brewery, 414 Alisostreet; telephone 91. Maniman Fish Co., San Pedro Fresh fish and lobsters shipped direct to all points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from cannery in ban Pedro, at lowest wholesale prices. Fuel Oil for Sale The Los Angeles Oil Exchange is prepared to sell oil and make long-time contrac a with consumers. T. J. COCHRANE, Secretary, room 415 Bradbury block. cod3o Pabst Beer! Pabst Beer! On draft Oljmpc Hall, 121 W. First at., W, Garros, prop. Tel. 274. Finest commer cial I'iQcb. Leave orderß for bottled beer. The relative* of David Shirpser, deceased, of Savanna dell re to express their thanks for tiie great kindness shown them in their bereave* meat. S. MiIRPSER. Free Dispensary For tbe poor daily. L»rs. Lindley and Smith, Broadway aud Fourth. Plrtle Block. Builders. Take Notice Lumber at reduced rates. Get our prices, ilanabl Lumber company. Save Undertakers' Commission Hire 70ur backs for Innerala, $2.50 each from Gui Graham. Stand, Arcade depot, lei. 553. Pabat Be rl Pabst Beerl On draft at Joe Arnold's, 358 8. Sprinj at. Dr. D. P. Piffenbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and 5, 119 s. Sprine: st., Los Angeies. Dressmakers—All fashion books st Lang sitdirr'a, 214 South Broadway. <?>VITS iffflflhyArHTS / \LhS//j j fnpr\ KEPT Ifl 0/"O£"Aft fRCL But Two Days More After This Day Of Our Great Removal Sale Leather Going Skyward Shoes Going Earthward AlGibSOn'S Removal Sale 142 and 144 North Spring St. p . . There are paints for next to nothing that jHg annot be told from the best when fresh. Hi || They are made to cheat with and used to 1| IS cheat with. Harrison's "Town and Country" Paints are honest §f| IBJ paints no cheat there. e;| SS P. H. MATHEWS, N.E. Cor. Ham and Second I THE FRIDAY MORNING CLUB Romanticism Versus Realism tbe Sub ject Discussed Mrs. Margaret C, (iraham's Paper Is Read Befcre a Large and Appreciative Assemblage—A Synopsis "IThe usual large assemblage gathered at the Friday Morning club rooms yester day, tbe topic neing Romanticism vs. Realism. Miss Collier read a paper from Mrs. Margaret L. Graham on this sub ject. Mrs. Grabam said: Because two tnings are different they are not necessarily at war, and yet the critics would appear at times to >>elievo tbat the revival of romanticism means the death of realism. The truth is. ro manticism bas never been dead; the stock in trade of the romantic writer bas never fallen into disuse, they have changed bands, but have always been in lively ex ercise among us. Human lite is prosaic and romantic, and romance may be treated as realistically as the sternest realist requires; all we want is to avoid the false, the unreal; to have all literature ring true end not, counterfeit. The real intruder is tbe one wbo is talse to art ; is he vho pretends to write of life and writes of art. All the harm of fiction has been done hy its falsity, not by its truth. Tne so-called romantic novels have been kept alive oy the realism that pervades them all. That a great many people are reading a book does not insure its survival; tbat a great many people enjoy it argues little for its permanency ; who the people are and what and how they enjoy It are far mora important. Tbat till the world has read a bmk means little, but tbat all tbe world r°ads a book means much. As for romanticism, thera is ab.mt as much as much danger of its crowding realism out of fiction as there is of the sooa foun tain putting an end to the use of pure water. Thomas Hardy'a writings were inter eatingly handled by Mrs. H. B. Wig. Mrs. .1. F. Waterman took Anthony Hope for her subject and Miss Frances Graff, Hall Came. A discussion followed the reading of the papers. Mrs. DeuMiiore, who has exerted her time and energy in behalf of Mrs. Maybrick of England, was in the audience and asked to express lot opinion on the subject, of the morning, but der-lined on the ground tbat her thoughts had been too much engrossed with the leal of life to enter into tiie dis cussion. A brief and very delightful talk from Mr. Colville pertinent to tne subject of the morning concluded the meeting. Overland Route via ihe Northern Pacific Railroad After a winter spent in Southern CaHfornia nothing ii more desirable for the tourist than to return can via the Shasta route nnd North ern Pacific railroad. The Yell iw.to c Park and Dining Car line. All trains vestibuled. Tourist cars elegantly upholstered. Scenery unsurpassed Weather cool and deliehtfui. Send 6 cents in st mps. for illustrated book. Sketches in Wonderland. For information Communicate with John Clark. S'i9 S. Spring at . Los. Angeles, or T. K. Sta.eler, Gen'l Agt., 088 Market St.. San Francisco. Female and Rectal Diseases Alao rapture treated by Dr. C- Edgar Smith, northeast corner Main and Seventh streets. Bicycle craze Is on, wall psper must go—33 to MO ier cent off; 3JS S Spring st "::e out Tribune Wheel, best on earth; judge lor your self. A. A. Ecbstrom of 324 3. Spring at.. Is where you want to go looking lor good wall paper at tbe riiht price. BIRTHS Notices under this bead tree. MARRIAGES Notices under this head, without comment, free. MORDKN-TT.EY—On October.l, at the Nat ick honse, Mr. Otbo E. Mordrn of Conip ton, Cal., and Miss Llllie M I'rey of Galva, Kas., were united in marriage by th,- Key. Dr. ('. C. McLean of the Simpson M. E. church of I.os Angeles. DEATH NOTICES Nonces of deaths, without comment. In serted under this head free. Funeral notices 10 cents per line. AUStiN—At Escondlde, Cal.,^tli^l^kV~nC October as, l-'Jfi. W. 6 Austin, a native oi Broome county, N. V , aged 48 veers, and 2 month-. FUNERAL NOTICE _ Notice to members of Banner Tent, No 21, K. o. i. m. ; The members of Banner Tent, No 21, K. O. T M.,and all resident a d visiting Knights ol the Maccabees, are requested to meetHt rythian rastle, North Spring st vet, nt ! 1 oclock p.m. on Sunday, October '.17111, to take part in the funeral ul sir Knight Spencer . . Milar.i. a memborihlo desired, Brorrleroi oemmandet. s. k. f.dwin a. mksekvk. W A. WHITE, 8. K. Record Keener. Peck a Chase Co !fHC BROADWAY „ < UNDCRTaKCR? i 35 a broadway. IT IS GETTING VERY WARM Several Rival Undertakers Have a Fight Oa Propositions to Furnish the City With Am bulance and ITorgue Service Free. The Latest The content between the several rival undertaking firms as to which shall be permitted to do the city's ambulance work is gradually reaching a fever heat. Kregelo & Bresee first hud a handsome ifsoO wagon built expressly for the pur pose, the firm makin ; a proposition to turn its ambulance over to tho city fur use free oi charge. This started C. D. Howry, and tho latter proposed not only to furnish an ambulance but also a thoroughly equipped morgue for nothing. Kregelo tt Bresee hare now gotten their second wind, and yesterday the firm hied with the city clerk the following: Whereas, Tnere have been one 'or more propositions presented to your honorable body of a similar nature to the one verb illy mane to you through your finance committee on Monday, October 7th, by Mr. C. E. Krfgelo; we therefore wish to place before yon a written state ment of the proposition then made. Whereas, We all recognize the need of an ambulance in the ctiy, the work properly commit unoer the head of ambu lance work having been up to the present time done with a introl wagon: there fore, in corsideratie.n of tho privileges usual under such conditions, we make the following proposition: Firtt—Tnat we will furnish free of charge to ihe city one of the best and latet ambulances made in the United States, which will be ready nn call either day or nignt, todo the ambulance work t of the city Second—That we will furnish without charge to the city a well lucated. proper ly arranecd niorgiu, where any bodies can be brought and cared for until taken charge of by fnends. The Time You Save One hour 11 minutes by the Southern Pacific's 8 a. m. flyer for Redlanda, Riv erside and Kan Bernardino; 17 minutes by taking tbe 11:15 a. m. tlyer for the sane points; S minutes to Monrovia; 5 niinutea lo Santa Ana. An equal saving in run ning lime <>f the afternoon flyers return ing. A longer time at all interior points for business ami aight-aeeing. Low round trip rates on tbe Southern Pacific. Fifty cents round trip on Terminal Rail road to Long Beach and San Pedro. Good going Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday. Use German Family Poap We Want To Tell You We Sell Crockery And Sell It Awful Cheap Crystal Glass Table Tumblers, each. 3c Crystal <iluss Water Coblets. each. 5c Crystal Glass Wa'er Set ol ri pieces 50c Tea Cups and Saucers, dainty decorations, 19 pieces 55c Teacups and Saucers, real beauties, each. 15c Pretty Decora ed Tea Plates, set of 0 , Dainty De orated Breakfast lates, nr set. .45c Crystal (ilass Butter Dish, each 10c Crystal (ilass Bow l, each 10c Crystal Glais Salad Dish, caen 15c Dinner Set, beautifully decora ed serai porcelain, 100 pieces, complete for 12 portions $S 75 I Di'-nerSet. lOC pieces, gold illuminat ed, a perfect Bern $12 50 Dinner Set pure white semi-porcelain, (»0 pieces, complete forti persons $4 75 Cuspidors, majolica decorations, each 20c r.nd 30c (M heiicon imporii Tea Go/s 135 North ruin St. I , Q . anoeles , ?S i South Spring. I Lu: > An<JELKS Hesdquartcrs. si!-58 Marke street, P. F. A BIG SAVING FOR HOUSEKEEPERS Cost Botts & Phelps Carriage Repository, 332-336 S. Main St. Westminster Hotel Block. Ever Troubled With Your Eyes? Ever Tried US? We have fitted glasses to thousands to their entire satisfaction. Why not give us atrial? We will ar lily yon Kye« tested free, oiaaae* ground to order on premises. *UV*-bllshed ere nine years. Lowest prices PACIFIC OPTICAL CO.. 245 S. Spring St., opp. Stimson Blk. LosAßgelea. S. G. MARSHUTZ. Prop. llfj»M^a^^^|gj[^|^^a^o^^ 1111^tlM^^^ji^^^^^ t g 135 SOUTH SPRING ST. Special—Saturday, October 26th Upheaval Sale In our Cloak Department for one day longer ONLY. The addition to our store will be cem pleted at this lime. Come end purchase a garment cheap. B ecial discounts on every Cape. Cloak. Shawl end Jacket. Everything new with the aeason. Fur, Aatiakan, Clolh aud Bouoie. In our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT we offer you -100 doz. Ladies' Fleece lined I'nderveats and rants ...Sso eaoh loodoz Ladies' Fleece-lined Undcrvests at.... 200 each In our HOSIERY DEPARTMENT— 100 doz. Boys' and Misses' fast bla-k Sohool Hose 6We per pair 100 doz oys' end Miasei' last black seamless School Hote I zHc per pair 100 doz. Lad is' fast black regular made llos ory .. 100 per pah -100 doz. Ladies' fast black extra heavy Hosiery 1214 c per pair 100doz. Ladies' fast black ailk-fluiahe'd Hosiery 3}o per pair In our DRESS OOODS DEPARTMENT— 25 pieces heavy Wale Storm Serges, full 52 inches wide, at 50c per yard Paper Patterns 10c each. Uoods delivered free ia Pasadena. Mail orders Ailed promptly. FIXEN & CO., 135 S. SPRING ST. W<§> ClCk 119-121-123-125 <§> $ N * Spring St X | Where 1 1 You Will I S % North, south, A East or West, i f ¥ <§> IN THE A # I I London I ! Clothing Co.'s f | Windows I X # f You'll Find the Best ff f Removal Sale . OF j = I We Remove November Ist to the I Bradbury Building g On account of removal to the elegant rooms in the Bradbury Building the I Southern California Music Co. I Announces the following great bargains in slightly used Pianos: | 2 Kranich & Bach 2 Decker Brothers' 9 1 Steinway 1 Everett tj 1 J. & C. Fischer 1 Smith & Barnes 1 111 N. Spring St. rajaa [arfiiKifirasKie leiiiisjisiaMMrMMSirsia^ I . . MILLINERY . . j 1 The Surprise, 242 south Spring St. I S Latest Winter Styles as fine quality Imported French Millinery : < as can be found on earth at Cut Rate Prices —50c on the dollar. j i H 50 dozen Ladies'latest style Felt Hats 40c —Value 75c p) H 20 dozen Trimmed Walking Hats, French Felt $I.oo—Value $3. 00 fj [g 25 dozen English Felt Walking Hats, Trimmed 75c —Value ft,oo g M 100 dozen Buckram Hat Frames 10c —Value 25c H m 50 dozen Buckram Bonnet Tocque 5c —Value 20c Ij So many bargains too numerous to mention. Convince Yourself. H Economy is the road to wealth. S I A. J. RIETHMULLER. | Chrysanthemum Flower Show "iS*^^^ Admission Free. Cor. Main and Jefferson Streets Japanese Nursery. HOTELS T" _ " Opens Oct 30 *!*Mr|s , ®=|PpEjH u^a^aß^&^AavBffis»S^'x^Ha.' parlor and hathroomf; convenient (X g IrW DlfH§ la »PtfnUßi/jO-— 10 tliree lines id steam railway; ■ I ."*^''f^*^- J Q a _ QREEN, Owner. '""fc- J. H. HOLrtES, Manager. iiAnnlf A TVT 411-427 N. MAIN BT. No better hotel in any respect In Los Angeles HI )r r 'Yl AIN than the'Hoffman." Try it and deny the fact and you shall have one dayVeVjLs°- and *2_Bo T. W. BTROBRIDGE, Proprietor. 1 -a.TT-1, riT'K'T'l-) A T ROOMS FROM 25 CENTS TO *1.00 PER DAY, (tK.AIMJ LLiLN 1 laAlj Per week, W. 85 to 88.00 Near the junction of all theatreet car linea in tbe oiijr. a-.ii-3.ia North Main st JOS. MOFFATT, Proprietor. /<¥-»» IV' n 13 A FINEST ROOMS IN THE CITY AT 50c, 75c AND gI.OO \tlvAL\L' I All!' LU par day;*>2.oo to 57.00 per week; 98,00 to ¥25.00 per luoutb, at 433 art 425 S. Spring strict. F. S. CONDON, manager.