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WILL DEPEND ON LAW POINTS Busby's Attorneys Will Intro ducc no Testimony PURELY A LEGAL QUESTION An Interesting Point Raised Regarding the Schecrer Estate Judge Shaw Sustains the Demurrer In the Natick House Lease Suit. Thtreby Set. tllng the Case (leneral Court Notes Tbe trial "of W. J. ISusby, the colored man charged witb tho murder of Thump •on anu Martin, the Santa Fs railroad men wbo cstne to their death from drinking poisoned wine prepared by Bus by for a colored porter named Sandy Gardner on toe cliair car,\v:is rasnmad be fore Judge Smith in department one of the superior court yesterday morning. Aa has been the ease ever since the trial commenced, a largo part of the audience was colored people. Policeman Holleran, ,'Dsptitv District Attorney James, Coroner Oeorgo W. Cempbell and Mr. Batcheler testified for tbe people, after which the prosecution rested. The jury ("was then excused, when a motion was presented by the defense to Instruct the jury to "acquit. Judge Da- Tidson, Busby's leading counsel, argued the motion at some length and presented a number of authorities in support ol his position. Judge Smith was not. however, satis* Tied with the authoritles'quoted which, in his opinion, did not hear on the cast at issue. As a matter of fact there are no authorities that just tit tho ilusby case. In (this case a complication has arisen from tbe fact that both Thompson and Martin were technically guilty of an un lawful act in opening the bottle and drinking the wine. Tho package had been sent to Thompson witli instructions to uand it to the porter, Bandy Gardner, when lie came through on the train. Gardner was not on the train and uf course the bottle was not delivered. When snpper time came tbe men appro priated tne boltle, i which was labeled ahcr<y wine, and would probably have drank the contents but for the bitter taste. As is was, they took only a --mall sip each, but it was sdfßoiant to cause death, as (be wine, only about half a pint, held in solution ninety grains of strychnine. Counsel for the defense laid -rent stress on the fact that the men were engaged in an unlawful act when they came to their death and that if they had done as they were asked and as they should bato done tbey would probably ' now he alive and well. At the conclusion of 'Judge Davidson's remarks Judge simith suggested that he would prefer to have additional authori ties submitted ami also that he should like to examine them himself . Judge Davidson then stated that he did not think that the defense would offer any testimony, relying wholly on the law points presented. At any rate, if (hey did it would not take more thau thirty minutes this morning. On this understanding a recess was taken at 2:80 oclock until 10 oclock this morning. The Natlck House Lease " In sustaining trie demurrer to the com plaint in the case of Nellie M. Seigbold et al. vs. George A. Hart ci at., involv ing tbe lease to the Natick house, at the corner of First and Main streets, Judge York yesterday settled tho case. His reasons are -riven in t.h« followine r>j :> i. ion: The defendants liave demurred to the plaintiff* complaint. Among other things they specify as grounds of their demurrer tbat there is a defect of parties defendant in this, that Susana Bernard, vridow of John Barnard, Indiviualty and as guardian of the minor heir> ol said John Bernard, deceased, John Bernard, Susan Bernard. Helena Bernard and Jos eph Bernard, should he made parties de fendant in this action.for the reason that said complaint seeks the interpretation of a lease made by thetn to the defend ants. George A. Hart and Dwight 11. Hart, and is for the purpose of declaring that said lease w,m made hy them in truat for Nellie M. Seigbold. There are other grounds ot demurrer which 1 think it unnecessary to determine. The principal object of the action, tested by tho prayer of the complaint, is that a certain lease ot the Natick house and premises, procured by the defend ants, George F. Hart and Dwiglit H. Hart, for a term of live years, commenc ing Novomber I, L 895 nnd ending Novem ber 1, inou, sbal be decreed by this court to be held by said defendants in trust for a certain copartnership alleged to have been in existence", the lime of ihe nego tiation for said lease, the members of which copartnership weie the said de fondants and the plaintiff, Nellie M. Seigbold, and "which lease is owned by ■aid copartnership and under Wbicb tbey ware carrying on the business of a hotel In said Natick house at the time of the negotiation of said leaso hy said defend ants, George A. Hart aiid Dwight 11. Hart. Said lease so procured by said de fendants is attached as an exhuiji tv the complaint, is dated tlie loth day of nctu ber, 1895, and was made oy Susans Ber nard, widow, John A. Bernard, Helena Bernard, August Bernard, Susan Bernard and .Susana Bernard as guard.an of tho minors Rosa Bernard, Frank Bernard, Domingo Bernard. Joseph D. Bernard and Mary Bernard to said defendant-, Ueorge A. Hart and Dwlghf 11. Hart, and contains this, among other restric tive clauses, viz: "And it is agreed that tbe second parties are not to sub let said premises nor any pari, thereof, nor assign tbislease, nor any interest in the same, without, the permission in writing of said parties hist bad aud obtained." Neither of said lessor* is made defi n l ant iv this action. The only qnestion raised by the demurrer, which' 1 deem it necessary to consider, is as tv whether I the said lessors are necessary parties. If they are.neoessary parties in (he in tion then the demurrer will have to be sustained. On t)ie part of tbo plaintiff it is con tended tbat said lessors aro not necessary parties because a decree can be made iv favor of plain tills against defendants without joining them. 'J'liis question SUould ba determined by considering tbe bject of tbe bill, tbe relief sought and he manner in which the defendants will be affected, it teems to he a general rule tbat when a person will be directly affected by a decree he is an Indispensa ole parly. It lias also been held tbat whore person is interested in the con troversy but will not be directly affeoted by a decree in* his absence, ha is a necessary party and should be mined. Professor Pumeruy. in his work on Rem edies anil llemedial Eights, paragraph says that "necessary parties, wnen tbe term is accurately used, are those without whom no decree at al I can be effectively made determining the princi pal issues in the cast. That because a decree cannot be rendered which shall determine the rights of certain classes of individuals without making them de fendants in ihe case, they aro noi by reason thereof necessary parties. That such persons are necessary parties, sub moito and must he brought in if it is expected lo conclude them bf the decree. " if a decree in ibis case shall be render Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE led to the effect that Mrs. Seighold is a j beneficiary of said lease made on Novcni [ ber 1. 1*505, and attached to said com j plaint'as an exhibit. It violates tbat pray ■ ism ol the lease above cited, and would, jin effect, work an assignment of an in ( tercst in the leisi- without tbe permis sion, in wriing, of the lessors. This be- I ing the principal object of the decree; ! ibai tbe esantlsbroent of Mrs. getghlod'a , status as a bsneßciary of said lease, on I the theory that Ihe lease reverts in equity to the copartnership of which she is a member; and Ihe lessors not having an opportunity to be heard to protect their I interests under Ihe term of said lease, it follows that in older to make a com plete decree upon tho principal object ol the bill it wi uld he necessary that the lessors should be brought in and be neard before the decree is made. there is no question nut they would be diiectly affected by tbe decree sought by the plaintiffs in this action. T.iev are. there fore, not only necessary but indispensa ble part ies ill making the decree ; tbey are parties without whom no decree at all can be effectively made determining the principal issue in the cause, it is, there fore, oi dci ad that this demurrer ba and tho same is hereby sustained. Quite an Interesting tffhK Judge ( lark was engaged yesterday afternoon in trying to ascertain the heiis ol Jolin Scheerer, deceased, and .as there is at least $50,000 involved, the matter is an important one. The diiect heirs to the estate are Mr«. A. V. R. Schcerer, the widow of deceased; George and Oaa j per Schecrer, brothers; Mary Fry, Cathe rine Dleterlob and Susan Northacker, sis ters: F.ii/abeth and Norma Scheeror and Mary Kigbtlinger. nieces: and Jacob and George Si beerer, nephews. But the mat ter has been complicated by ttie claims of Mrs. liarbnra Schumacher and Mrs. | Anna Magdalinn Wldtnan. Tho former | was an illegitl mate child of John Soheer er s father s wife, and when he married her mother adopted the child, gave ber his name and raised her as disown. Mrs. Schumacher ssts forth that under the laws of Win femburg, Germany, where she was born and raised, this constituted a legal adoption, and she is. therefore, a} be considered in law as a lull Bister to John Scheercr. Mrs. Anna Magdalino WidUro bases ber claim to a share in the estate on the fact that ber father was a half brother of said John Scheerer. A strong array of legal talent is engaged, and tiie direct heirs will light the claims of the outsiders to the last. Mrs. Schecrer, the widow, is well provided for in any event.as ber husband cave her the Scheerer block.on South Spring street, and other valuable property before he died. A Contractor Suing For His Pay The trial of the suit of J. H. MoCornbs vs. M. S. Cttnimingt nnd Shee Ilros., to recver $1 .7H, wss commeucod before Judge Van DylCs yesterday afternoon, ('unimings i- a cement contractor, and defendants represented they hid a con tract with property owners for the grad ing of a street and the laying of cement curbs and sidewalks on Maxwell street between Hoover street and Vernon ave nue. They solicited plaintiff to bid on the cement work. He did so and was awarded the con'racl. lia proceeded to put down the curbing, when it subse 'jiiently developed, he alleges, that de fendants did not tiave a coniract with the property owners as represented, al-o that tbe specifications they gave bim to wcrK on did not provide for the regl nation curb and the owners refused to accept the work. Several witnesses were e-vamined.iirr.ong them Lester D. lingers. Mr. I'.ogers i< also a cement contractor, nnd he said that the work in question was us good as tbe average in city. Mr. Rogers frankly confessed that he tried to do good work, but did not pretend that he put down work according to (be specilications. He further said that he did not believe that any other contractors e»er filled the specilications in all particulars. Suit Over a Lease The trial of the suit of Mary H. Ban ning vs. Charles B. Van Kvery was com menced before Judge McKiniey in de partment six of the superior court yester day morning. The defendant leased 172 acres of land in the country lor tbe plain ltff for one year. He was to pay $10 a month rent, and it is alleged tbat at the end of the year he owed 180, which he didn't pay, so he was given notice to I quit. Defendant says his position as i tenant was superceded by that of pur chaser, for he bought eighteen acies of the land through L- A. McDonnell, and that he lias paid part nf tbe purchase money and he has a rialit to remain. The plaintiff denies this, and is pressing her unit of forcible entry and detainer. Van Kvery has nlso Tiled a cross-coni piaint, setting forth that he has made various permanent improvemnts, and i asks for judgment lor $3000 against Mrs. j Banning. Suing For An Accounting j Samuel H. Kingery, administrator : Willi the will annexed of the estate of ' F.miiv R. Yoakum, deceased, has §ued ; Samuel Mckinley, -r., executor of the I last will and testament of Samuel Me j ICinley, jr., for an accounting and for such other relief as is right and proper, i Samuel Mckinley jr., was appointed 1 special administrator of the estate of Emily I!. Yoakum, and as sueb admin istrator collected 1.,. He also paid out at least $709. No report was over made by such McKiniey as administra tor, and it is tor the purpose of sir.light ening out the matter that suit has been brought. Will keep His Child D. S. 11 utchins has tiled his petition for appointment as'guardian of his daughter, Susie; Lucile Hutchins, aged ti'J years. Mr. Hutchins sets forth v his petition tbat in February last his wife deserted him at Pasadena and went to Oregon, where she has since resided. Ihe petition further sets forth that he has reason to beliove that his wife has secured a divorce from him. and that as she has threatened to return to Cali fornia for Iha purpose of getting posses sion oi the child, it is necessary that a legal guardian should be appointed. Sent to Mn Quentfn An old Mexican named Trinidad Iler nal yesterday pleaded gui Hy to chicken stealing, in department one of tbe super ior court.and was sentenced to one year's imprisonment in the penitentiary at nan Quantin. iiernal is a chronic chicken thief, and has already spent one term in tbo peniten(iary for t his offense, besides several terms in the county jail. liernal I cannot resist the tompatiion to appro priate a obieken whenever tbe unsuspect ing fowl comes his way. Must Pay Up or Remain in Jail In ihe divorce matter of Cuccia vs. Cuceia, Judge MoKinloy yesterday re manded Cuccia to the custody of tbe sheriff, to be confined in the county jail until he complies With Lie order id the court to pay alimony as directed, (Miccia I alleged that he had no money, and,there* LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY 3IORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1895. f fore, could not pay. nut when it waa as certained that he bad paw oft some fSii or tin to other people he was promptly C'iniiiiiitod to the tnstile. tleneral Court Note* Ilortense K. Fisher bas hied her pc : tition for appciutment as guardian of j her son, Walter C. fisher, aged 16 years, i The lad has an interest ID an estate con sisting of a small amount of money and some mining and other stocks, notes, j etc. Rffie M. 1.59 has instituted suit for divorce from her husband, Howard T. l.cc, on tin- ground of desertion. The arraignment ol Coroner Campbell has been continued until Decemoer 3d, at 10:30 a.as. The trial of V. S. McAnemy, chargeJ ! with the murder of Hilly Hunter,has been ! reset for l'ecember IWb. In the matter of A. 0. Jones vs. his ' creditors, Judge York yesterday appoint* ;ed Kdgar Moore assignee, with bonds I lived at $ICH.. I'atrick J. Bolin, a native of Canada, was yesterday admitted to citizenship by Judge Van Dyke, on his I allegiance to Victoria, in the case of [ s ane Colin vs his credit ors, before Judge Van Dyke yesterday, the report of the receiver was presented j nnd approved, and distribution was or , dered among tbe creditors wno havo I proved their claims according to law. j In the case of Alfred Moore vs. the city iof l.os Angeles, Judge York yesterday • ordered the motion fnt a new trial I stricken from the calendar, the plaintiff having failed to tile the necessary docu ments within the legal time. Judge York yestctday denied the mo tion to dismiss the appeal in the case of Ihinn et al. vs. Nolan et al. Judge York yesterday denied a new trial in the ease of Punning vs. Van Fos sen et al. and discharged the order to show cause in contempt in the case of Griggs vs. Kllswortb. A complaint was issued by the district 1 attorney yesterday against Thomas Ma j gee for disturbing tbe peace. Mapee re i contly visited bis wife and abused Per in ' a sbuincful manner, breaking her furni ture and tearing up things generally. Application was made to the district : attorney yesterday for a complaint against Frank Howling, aged 14 years, as an in corrigible. Tin- boy resides witb his mother on Sixth street, near Arcadia, and his father, who resides in Topeka, Kan., lives apart from his mother. The boy has lately evinced a desire to go to his father against his roomer's wishes, and to this end he has struck on all work around the house. He refuses to milk the cow. declines to obey his mother s orders, and is generally beyond control. 1 Deputy Willis decided that be bad not 1 acted viciously, so a complaint to send ! him to tile Whittier school was refused. HE HAS RETURNED Charier Haton of the Owl Bullet Yesterday Surrendered to the Officers | Charles Eaton, the handsome and de i lionnair restaurant and saloon man. has returned to tho city, lie was found at the rooms of his wile and mother-in-law |in the Phillips block annex yesterday i afternoon tiy Deputy Constable de ia Matyr and placed under arrest on a charge ol obtaining money under false pretenses. Mr. Eaton was taken before i Township Justice Young, where he was arraigned and placed under IIOUO bonds, I which lie gays, bis motner-in-law, Mrs. j M. L. Ferguson, and Martin C. Mar9b, j qualifying as sureties. Mr. Katun's last venture in Los An : gales, it will be remembered, was the Uwl 4 lluffet, a restaurant on Spring street between Third and Fourth. Mr. Katon made a hard light to keep his bead above water and make the piace a success, but there nas not enough custom for a house of that kind and it proved a failure. Mr. iSatou, when the collapse earnt, quietly folded his tent and left lor parts un known, and has since been conspicuous by bis absence. Mr. Eaton declined to make any statement tor publication yes terday or to say where he had been keep ing himself. He said that lie never in tended to remain away permanently, but had been trying to straignlcn up his I affairs. An Insolent Old Beggar Jim 'Morris was before Justice Owens yesterday on a charge of vagrancy. Officer iiaker having placed tho bobo under ar rest. It seems that Jim, like plenty of I others, is in the mad run after tbe al | mighty dollar. Jim has high social con nections in the east,and he operates with an unusual display ot regard for there. He refuses to soil his hands with work and so goes armed witb a tale of woe on his lips and a subscription list in his j baud. He claimed to be blind when questioned by tho justice, and as a pair ot unsightly gresn goggles deaorating bis j face seemed to give credence to this, his ! honor decided to allow Dr. Bryant to ex amine into|the pretentions ol blindness. Jim, however, is a worthless fellow, and his tale of being hlind is not true, in all probability. He is insolent in his de mands upon people for assistance, and, judging) from his inebriated condition Thanksgiving evening, he spends the money so obtained in drink. Bkycle Race fleet Riverside Dec ad—Round Trip $2.35 Tickets on sale December let and 2d, good returning Decernbei3d. Santa Fe trains leave at 7 a. m., 9 a. m., 9:45 a. .v., 11 a. m., 4p. tn., 4:45 p. m. 5:15 p. m. Choice of routes going and re turning. Una Angeles Theatre Dr. Schlesinger, the wonderful test medium, will give names and messages from spirit friends Sunday afternoon and i evening. Admittance, 1U cents. Magaw's I'enn. Cheese is tho purest, richest ami linest ilavored clieese made, | and can be obtained of E. W. Grannis, grocer, West Adams and Hoover .streets. To See California You must go aiound the kite-shaped track; excursion tickots allowing stop overs on sale at Santa Fe ticket offices. Fifty cents round trip on Terminal Rail I road to Long Beach and San Pedro. Good I going Saturday and Sunday, returning I Monday. I Vac GanMAN Family Soap. 52352 'I Good Tools g Help to make good work; help to make easy work; help to make quick work. We've got every good tool that a mechanic needs, and at prices so low that you can't afford lo m ■ I pi buy anywhere else. Tuttle r.ercantile Co. jiy Bradbury Building, 308-310 S. Broadway M r?lgf ' np Km ]■■■■•]. No matter what kind of a house you have you will need i§l ifei the right kind of paint for it. The "Town and Country" H Hi H Paints are the right kind. They never change color. tli H ■ P. H. HAT HEWS 11 H N. E. Corner Second and Main Sts. IS i§@ H i^rjiirjaarfrgrfM^ A DRUGGIST IN DISGRACE A San Francisco Man Accused of Deserting Wife and Babe SAID TO BE NOT FAR AWAY Tbe Publication of Details Suggests a Quick Movement Edward K. Keeae If the Mas Who Sold the Bromo-Seltzer That Theodore Durrant t'sed I Edward K. Keene is tha name of a I druggist wiio until recently kept a store | :>i 1101 Valencia slrsct, Sin Francisco. !He it was who sold the now famous bot tle of bromn-selt/.er 10 Organist George King fur the n«e nf Theodore Purrant, who felt ill after the alleged repairs to tha gas burner in Immanuel church. Keene. in leaving San Francisco.deserted a heart-broken girl who had borne his name for only a week beoro the birth of her baby. The resources ol the Society for the I'revention of Cruelty to Children ]of San Francisco are to be used, it is said, in ferreting out the whereaoouts uf the man, and making him support tbe child. Edward W. Keene, the party who is wanted, nas been out at the soldiers' home, It is said, for the past two weeks. Thursday's issue of the Han Francisco Chronicle contains a halt column account of the man's action, and wnen copies of the paper reached the home, have read the matter alluded to. for he immediately left tbat place for Santa Monica. In the absence ol a warrant for his arrest he is undisturbed, but a care ful watch ia being maintained over the | man and will be kept up until the neces i sary papers arrive fiom tbe north. | Keene bad been for several years pro prietor of a drug store and is credited with having acquired considerable prop erty within the past year through the death of a brother. Less than two years ago he met a pretty Swedish girl, Lottie Johnson, and soon began to take her to places of amusement and finally asked her to marry him. Under a promise of marriage the girl is ruin was accomplish ed. She sought to biive Keene fulfill bis promise. He put her off from month to month and refused to contribute to her support. The girl waited until October ISth. and then went before Jtiuge Lowe and swore out a warrant far Keene's arrest on a charge of seduction. After the girl hail told ber story to Judge Lowe tbe drug gist agreed to marry her. They left the court together and he took her to his drug store and kept her in rooms in the hack of the store. This lasted only a few days. The girl alleges that Keene bun dled up a few clothes tor her, took her to the corner, pointed out the city and county hospital and told her he could not leave the store, but would see her in a few days. She walked to tbe hospital, and there tier child, a gin, was born shortly afterward. When the baby was a little over two weeks old. she went out to buy some clothing to take the little one home and thought she would call and surprise her Husband. When she reached tbe store she found strangers in chargn who could not i tell her where the druggist bad gone. She returned to the hospital tor her child and wnen she reached the .uore the next day tho auctioneer's red flag was flying. No one could give ber any information of Keene nor of her trunk and hank hook. She applied to Judge Lowe,who had her cared for In the city receiving hospital until something could be done for ber. After she had left tbe bospital a letter came for her. The envelope contained a clip of paper on which was written: "Your trunk is at tbe Valencia hotel, your bank book IsatGS New Montgom ery street." She found her effects as indicated, got ber few dollars and obtained shelter for herself ami baby at 1810 Mission Street, Ladies never have any dyspepsia after a wineglass ol Dr. Biegcrt's Angostura Hitters. BIRTHS Notices under this head free. MARRIAGES Notices mndcr tbis head, without comment, free. DEATHS Notices ol deaths, without comment, in serted under this head free. Funeral notices 10 cents per line. Peck a Chase Co. t*ME BROADWAY ' UHOCRtAKtCRj 3? A BROADWAY, i FRIDAY MORNING CLUB A Social Morning Enjoyed Interspersed With riuslc and Poem According to time honored custom the Friday Morning club devoted the hours yesterday morning to a social gathering, it being tbe fifth Friday in the month. The meeting yesterday was also in honor of Miss Ina Coolbrith, the accomplished coast poet. Tbe ball was prettily decorated with palms. On either side of tbe wall were nets reaching tne entire length of the hall, and draped at interavls in graceful lines and scattered over the nets were long stalks of umbrella plants and papy rus were clustered in (ho corners, giving a charimng effect to the whole. Tbe guest of honor read three of ber own compositions. The lirst entitled, California, tho second, Retrospection, which was a delightful glimpse of Los Angeles in earlier days. In preface to reading the poem, Miss Coolbritb ex pressed her regret for those days tnat are gone, and said she missed tbe crndo sur roundings and tawny faces, and soft speech of the Spanish. Another ( harm ing bit of work was Cupid Kissed Me. Miss MoCahe favored the club with two much enjoyed songs, lie Was a Prince and When Love is Kind. At tbe conclu sion uf the literary and musical portion of the morning light retreshments were served from small tables placed aohut the room. 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MO. ti -100 dozon Ladies' heavy quality regular made and last black Hosiery at 12Sc pair, i NO. 7—loo dozen Ladies' silk-liuishr! (Ast black Hosiery at ac per pair. NO, S tOtl pairs 11-4 White Blankets, weight 5 lbs 3 ounces, at ff 1.50 pr pair. NO a>—loo Bed comforters (1 lie ! with cotton at $1 .00 each; weight, 0 pound, 19 ouuess, NO. 10—100 pairs soft fleece Gray Blankets, 75c per pair. PAPER PATTERNS TEN CENTS EACH. Goods delivered free in rassdena. Mail orders filled promptly. FIXEN & CO., 135 S. SPRING ST. I Rob Roy Rob Roy Rob Roy Rob Roy Rob Roy The Latest Fad for Little Boys and Girls We've got 'em. Just received express. Exclusive styles. Scotch Wools and Scotch Velvets, SOc and 7>c. They are beauties. | HARRIS & FRANK, Proprietors 1 | 119'12M23-125 N. Spring Street j I AROUND THIS WORLD ... $12.00 . .. Lot Angeles to San Diego and return around ' Ontario. North CorOltado l~OlLj.\ "he one ticket coy ers them ail. It s snndfor I three months. 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Kleetliug or Protruding Piles jleM al unrc to H O •! Hfirna OR. 80-SAN-KO'S PILE RESSEDV. Bum I ' ICttUdWIIC ins, .b,orb- tumor- A i»,ni,p cur.- t ,->;iu trw. ericu I nt, Unini,i..i ..li, PH. BUBAMK.O. PhUav, Pa. | I^^—_ ; HOTELS AND RESORTS rpj-JJ£ First-class and modern in all its appointments. Special accommodations for Tourists and permanent guests. ABBOTSFORD Jt h MART|N & SON Props S. E. corner Eighth and Hope Sts., INIS L°s Angelaa. rpTT I/ TT A IVf TT THM FfRST-tiLASS FAMILY HOTEL, OPPOSITE MX nf. 1 lIJTj 11 t\!M llj 1 WIN BtreetPark convenient to all street car lines. Hates 521 riOUTII OLIVE STREET. reasonable. MRS. J. C PUILBROiiKa t> A XTT - * V IVTTMJ A T ROOMS FROM 25 CENTS TO *1.00 PER D.W. \J it AIM U Uil/LN 1 IV A'Li Per week, 91. tin to 48.00. Near the junction Of alt the street car lines In the city. 324-328 North Main st. JOS. MOFFAT!', Proprietor. i' I l> t \Tn 1> A /"'TI/TTI FINEST ROOMS IN THE CITY Al iiOc, 75c AMI 91.00 lTltiVi>L» 1 Avli* 11; per day; SPJ.OU t057.00 per »cek, *10.00 to IjfUu.ut) per month, at 422 aud 42* 9 Spring street, ?. S. COSDOX, OUuagor.