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The Herald
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TEMPERATURE—Report of observations
taken at Los Angeles November 29.
The barometer is reduced to sea level.
rtH'miW'd
(IS IE
811 |cim
vei
a. m.
p. in.
Maximum temperature, 57
Minimum temperature. BO
Kalnfall past 24 hours, ,Bb,
Rainfall for sonsun, 1.01.
FORECAST-Nov. 29.-For Southern Cal
ifornia: Fair; stationary tempera
ture; westerly winds.
WEATHER RKPOR I' - United States
depaittnent of ajrlculturs weather
bureau's report, received at Im An
geios November 29, 1595.
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James H. Pnrkor, Wbo died nn the 271 q
of this month at his homo at Lemon sta
tion, was buried at F.vorgreen cemetery at
10 a.m. yesterday from tho undertaking
itarlors ol Robert L. Garrett A. Co., North
daio street.
The town of Klslnorc nnd the I ike of
the same name may soon ho renchcri
without the two-mile drive hy carringo
as is now necessary. The Santa ie has
the right of way Moored and will shortly
commence consiruoiton.
Park Superintendent Meservc says that
the park funu is $100 better off every day
lust it rains. A rainstorm means a ccs
saiton of work ut tbe parks and a saving
of tho above mentioned amount results
each day.
J. 11. Perkins and Charles Kane, who
fought ut the corner of Mam uml first
streets on Thursday, wore brought before
Ju tice Owens yesterday on charges of
disturbing tho peace. Tb« cases «ero
continued until today for trial.
J. .1. Kelley was in court yesterday for
having disturbed tho pence on Si ring
Btieet. He was found gulty and will be
sentenced today, The cause of bis arrest
was too much Thanksgiving.
Georgo Harris was lined $10 yesterday
for carrying concealed weapons.
Volliner's dinner and toilot set day.
We havo set aside this day ns an extra
special day In these departments and in
vite your attention especially to these
goods. People are now getting ready for
winter and settling down to housekeep
ing, and we believe we havo jii«t what
you want to furnish it for little money.
We offer today: 60 nicely decorated
toilet sets, per set, $1,911; BO now shape,
woite tiulet sets, per set, $1.75; 60 new
shape, full gilt, toilet sets, per set, Sl.nil;
50 new shape, tinted, toilet s.ts. por set,
$2.05; 50 semi - porcelain decorated d'nner
sets per set, 17.60; ,10 semi-porcelain,
full gilt, dinner sets, per set, $11.50; 50
china dinner sets, per set, $15; 60 china
Haviland shape dinner sets, per set,
$...50; 60 white porcelain cottage dinner
sets, per set, {1.00; 50 doco'atcd porcelain
cottage dinner sets, ncr set, $0.05; 50 dec
orated poruelain, full gilt,dinner sets, per
set, $7.10. Largest selection of dinner sets
in city. Goods delivered to Pasadena
free.
Tho 'A. L. Fnrmel.ee company has many
specials of interest to all today. Their
line of lich cut-glass novelties; is attract
ing grent attention ana is going like hoi
cakes, in banquet and piano lamps their
stock is unexcelled and prices a marvel
to all. Come and see their display of
silverware, vases and ornaments, deco
rated French and German china wares.
'There is one oil heater that iieats ana
docs not smell. They carry it and enar
antee it. /. L. l'arnnlce Co., 232 and 2:il
booth Spring street.
Free show tonight! A grnn.i free en
tertainment will hi given on tne vacant
lot on Fourth street between Spring anil
Broadway at H p. m. tonight, consisting
of musical acts, vocalism. ventriloquism
and funny forces. This company comes
here highly endorsed, Bring your ladies.
No collection; free to all.
Don't, fail to see tbe line line of photo
gravures at Liohtenborger'i art empo
rium, 107 N. Main street. A new serir-s of
cupids included in the anbve. Special
sals of artists' studies this week, 10 cents
each. <
Tbe Security Loan and Trust company
of 233 South Spring street issues its
debenture bonds for any amount, large or
small. They are secured by high grade
mortgages, and the fact of their being in
come producing makes them desirable
investments.
1 r. Hebecca L»c Dorsey.Stimson block,
lirst floor, rooms 129, 180, 131. Special at
tention given to obstetrical cases and all
diseases of women and children. Kleo
trlolty scientifically used. Consultation
hours, Ito 5. Teh 1277.
Wbitticr witnessed a game of football
yesterday between the Whitticrs and the
state sun-col, in which the latter won, 30
to 0. ' .: , . ,
S. Conradv jeweler and watohmaker,
113 S. Spring streeti makes a specislty of
tine watch and jewelry repairing and dia
mond setting; an elegant line of optical
goods. A fine stock of watches and jewel
ry always on band.
Adams Bros., dentists. South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Best sets of teeth from $6 to
$10. Hours, Bto 5 1 Sundays, 10 to 12.
Thanksgiving service, 3:16 Sunday, at
the Y. W. C. A., 107 North Spring st.,
led by Miss E. F. Hider. Bibio class at
3 p. m.
Piano house. A. G. Gardner. 118 Win
ston street. New and second-hand pi
anos fur sale and to rent. First-class
tuning.
Pure lefties, fresh every belt hour; fif
teen flavors. John C. Nevin, 2US South
Main street.
Sharp rt Samson, funeral directors (In
dependent) 636 South Spring street. Tel.
iom
The Boyle Heights Criterion is a spicy,
newsy, readaUe woekly paper.
Sharp <fc Samson, funeral directors, 530
South Spring street, telephone 1029.
Go to tbe Grand Pacific restaurant, 314
South Main street, for dinner today.
B I must consult Tyndnll before be goes.
Rooms 12 a week,and up. U. 8. hotel.
Dr. Reese, 119 South Spring.
Hallet A Davis pianos are tbe best.
. Licensed to Wpd
The following marriage licenses were
isseed by the county clerk yesterday:
William M. Hunt.a native of England,
aged 56 years, and a resident of Avalon,
and Ethel M. Puge.a native of Australia,
aged 21 years, nnd a resident of Ingersoli.
Canada,. '•'
Frank H. I. OJdershaw, a native of
England, aged 26 years, and a resident of
Neenaoh, Kern county, and Marg.iret D,
Wenster.jS native of California, aged 18
years, and a resident of Manzana.
Herman .lulius Kredriokson.a native of
Illiu i , aged 29 years, and Louise Dodge,
a nat ye of Oregon, aged 24 years, both
lesidentsutl Los Angeles.
Our customers say that our wedding work Is
the fines? they have ever teen. Can we en
rrrave or nilnt 100 nice ones for you? H. M.
Lee k 8r0,., 140 North Spring street.
; .Law Students Organize
A number of law students met in the
Y. M. 0;-A. parlors last night for the
purpose of -forming a club at which they
might listen to lectures and bold mock
courts and otherwise familiarize them
selves with-the law. A psrmanent organ -
{ration was formed, to be known as tbe
Kent club. The following were sleeted
na officers: S. A. Carlisle, president;
Frederick Sprltm, vice-president; D. K.
Cameron, secretary, and J. W. Finney,
treasurer.
Any lew student desiring to join tho
club should send his application lo D. K.
Cameron at 5:18 Fremont avenue. The
next regular moating will be held in
room 22 of the Y. M. C. A. building on
Thursday, December 6th.
1 i
Cvangellst Romig
Evangelist Romig preached ot the First
Christian ohnreh last night upon Grow
ing in Grace. "In Christianity," said
tho speaker, "tho law of growth is used
and lllostrated. Christian growth is de
pendent upon study of the word of God.
Such a stnriy imbibes the spirit of tho
writers of the Bible. The world's great
need tunny Is to possess the spirit of the
word of God, which is Ibe holy spirit.
Such a knowledge of the word of God
gives great power to tbe servants of
God."
Utt Dr. Price's Hiking Powder, and
good health will be assured.
CHECKING UP THE ACCOUNTS
Gov. Budd's Expert Enters Upon Hia
Very Important Task
Ex-Secretary Lewis Thcrne ol the Sixth Dis
trict Agricultural Association Is on the
Carpet Getting an Overhauling
The expert accountant that Governor
.Tomes 11. Bud I has sent down to exam
ine the books and accounts of Lewis
Thorne, the ex-sccrctary of tho Sixth
District Agricultural association, com
menced his work yesterday, and he will
bo engaged for sonic six or seven days on
them before he will he ready lo report.
What the report will be no man can
prophesy, but it Is suspected that h
rather unsatisfactory condition of affairs
will be found. Mr. Thome's friends
I think not, and aro still firm in tbe belief
that tbo ex-secretary will be able to show
things up nil right.
It wus announced yesterday that Gen
eral A. W. Bairett would be down cither
today or tomorrow to take a hand in the
investigation. General Barrett Is himself
connected with to scheme whereby ni
acin Id ey bill 119 was carried through the
last legislature and sinned by the gover
nor. That is tbe hill that caused all the
trouble and lead the directors to believe
that a job was being put up to get away
witli the agricultural purk property.
General Barrett was a member of the
third bouse, snd worked vorv energetic
ally to have assembly bill 440 become a
law. He is now. so it is said, equally
anxious tbat the facts as to his connec
tion with the passage of tbe bill should
not come to light, as he Is also a director
of tbe Sixth district association. General
Barrett has long winded explanations of
his course to make, nnd he is an adept
in tbe line of explanation. After the
.expert's report is In, then the investiga
tion as to the efforts of individuals to
grab the park property will be made.
The officials who were connected with
tbe passage of assembly bill 449 are all
hunting for cover, and before Attorney
John W. Mitnhell finishes w,th them
their course will bo completely laid bare,
so that tho public can judge "as to where
tho job came in.
A pointer: The best cooks and teachers
of cookery, with whom success is inipcr
i alive, use Royal baking powder.
American Indian Music
Professor J. C Fillmore of Ciaremnnt
I college leotmed last night at tbo First
IM. K. church before a rather small audi
ence. He spoke on Indian music, tiucb
! ing more particularly upon the religions
i part. Ho described the various musical
| customs of the many nations, dwelling
p>rt culurlv upon the pence chants of the
Omaha-. He played a number ol the
better known cnanls upon the piano
while lecturing, and at the conclusion
repented them upon tho organ with line
effect. The leoture will probably be re
peated in the near future.
Only Pour ninutes
Walk from the electric power house to
our nice, nent little cottage of five rooms
on a lot 48x150, rood location, price $1475,
and only $50 down and $15 a month.
This is a snap, sure. Langwortby Co.,
226 South Spring.
Rlversid - Round Trip $2.35.
On tbe Orange Bolt line. Tickets on salo
Dei ember Ist and 2d, good returning
until 3d. Trains leave Southern Pacitlc's
Arcade depot 8, 10:15 n. m, 2:30, 4:30
p. m.
JOTTINGS
Our Home Brew
Meier 4 Zobeleln's 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
91.
electric OH Stove
Or hot air furnace; take your choice to heat
your house this winter. Nauerth St Cass Hard
ware Company has them, 326 8. Spring St.
Hani man Pish Co., San Pedro
Fresh fish and lobsters shipped direct to all
points In Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from
cannery In Baa Pedro, at lowest wholesale
prices.
Water Pipe
We offer at a bargain twenty thousand feet
7% screw casing Consult, Consolidated Pipe
Co., 873 to 889 Stevenson eve., near Santa Fe
depot.
Eagle Brand Oysters
Call for the Kagle Brand of fresh frozen
oysters. Your grocer has them, They are a
great delicacy.
Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl
On draft. Olympic Hall, 121 W. First st,
W. Germs, prop. Tel. 274. Finest commer
cial lunch. Leave orders lor bottled beer.
Free Dispensary
For the poor daily. Dra. Lindley and Smith,
Broadway and Fourth. Plrtle Block.
Have you seen our Columbus Bnggv Co.'s
bicycle for 1898? Inspect samples, 210 N.
Main St., llawley, King & Co,
Builders, Take Notice
Lumber at reduced rates. Qet our priest,
Oanahl Lumber company.
Save Undertakers' Commission
Hire jour hacks for funerals, $2.90 each from
(Jus Graham. Gland, Arcade depot. Tel. 553.
Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl
On dralt at Joe Arnold's, 358 a Spring St.
We are making a great run on our new IS9O
model bloycle for the low price ol $05. Haw
ley, King a; Co., 210 North Main street
Big Tree Carriage Works, uS San Pedro St.
Concord business wagons a specialty
Dr. D. a Dlßenbaober, dentist, rooms 4 and
5. 119 a Spring St., LOS Angeles.
Everything on wheels, Hawley, King A Co.,
210-212 N. Main street.
Dressmakers-All fashion books at Lang
stadter's, 214 South Broadway.
Columbus Buggy co.s buggies are high
grade.
Bicycle orase Is on, wall paper must go—S3
6.t°»",S e J"P B J 849 8. Spring st, «cc our
lribune Wheel, best on earth; judge tor year
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MOROTNGK NOVEMBER 30, 1896s
ALEXANDER'S LOW BID
He Will Probably Get the Sweep
ing Contract
A RECOMMENDATION TODAY
Board Works Will Act This
Morning
The Various natters Which Were Yesterday
Disposed 01-Mrs. Shatto flakes a Sup
plemental Olfer to the City
The board of public works did not
complete its labors at the regular weekly
session held yesterday. Tho board was
In session all day and disposed of every
thing excepting the bids for street
sweeping.. Cnairnian Mm son was on
hand, although ill all day. Thos. E.
Gibbon appeared for General Alexander,
who offers to keep (he streets of the city
clean for tho sum of $5,9) a mils. George
Budingcr, whose bill is $8.-10 a mile, was
also represented by counsel. The conten
tion of tho latter was that if he turned
over Ilia sweeping to the park department
to be used as fertilizer, bis bid is the
lowest tender made. The boaid will
agroe upon a recommendation in tbe
matter sometime today.
A supplemental proposition made by
Mrs.Mary A.Shalt i in the matter ot ded
icating certain lands to be donated to the
city tor public park purposes, was re
ferred back to he made by the donor mora
definite.
The board agreed upon the following
recommsi dntions to be acted upon by the
council on Monday.
"Recommend that a 00-foot roadway
with 85-foul sidewalks on each side, be
constructed through what is to be known
as tho Wilshire boulevard and the Benton
boulevard, and that the latter be imme
diately g aded and graveled; and that the
names uf the boulevards referred to in
the petition of the Wilshire company be
respectively known as the Wilshire and
Benton boulevards.
Recommend that the petition of the
Northwest Los Angeles Improvement a sso
elation to allow the contractor for the
regrading of liellevue avenue, the privi
lege of using c«>tain material to be taken
from the Hill street cut, and to cause the
nuisance in connection with the oil re
fineries in tbu city to be abated, be grant
ed,
"Recommend tbat the petition of T.
A. Chase and others to improve Nintn
street under the Bond act ue granted.
"Recommend tbat tbe petition of J.
H. Preston and others for tbe imrove
ment oi Arroyo Scco avenue from Pasa
dena avenue to Mabel street under speci
fications 24 be granted.
"Recommend that the petition of tD.
W. Chapman and others for the widen
ing of liellevue avenue, between Buena
Vista street and Castclar street be grant
ed, and tbe Northwest Improvement as
sociation be asked to recommend a dis
trict of assessment.
"Recommend tbat the bid of Stansbury
and Moore for tbe grading of Gallardo
street from Mary street to Mission road
at $2.01 a lineal foot be accepted.
"Recommend that tbe ordinance of in
tention to construct a sidewalk on Florida
street from Moore street to the western
terminus of said Florida street be placed
upon its paassage.
"Recommend that tho protest of C, E.
Hutchinson and others against the grad
ing of Mott strset between First and
Brooklyn street be referred to the city
engineer to re| ort if a majority of front
age in tbe district affected is represented
on tho protest.
"Recommend that all bids to improve
State street from Fourth to Fifth streets
be rejected and tbe city engineer instruct
ed to present a new ordinance of inten
tion repealing tbe former ordinance.
"Recommend tbat the protest of Martha
Browne aganst the grading of Elmore
avenue between Seventh and Eigtlith
streets be referred to tho city engineer."
Tbe sewer committee will meet in
weekly sesson today, Thanksgiving hav
ing interfered with tbe regular meeting
day of the committee
Thrifty housewives use Price's Bsklng
Powder,as it goes farther than any otber.
TO SUCCEED OODEN
Shrleber Has Agreed Upon His Quar
termaster
The now quartermaster of the Seventh
regiment, N. G. C, vice Lieutenant Og
den, resigned,is to be Robert Wankowskl,
who is nt present on the staff of Colonel
Shrieber, acting as commissary sergea.it.
Colonel Sbrieber says tbat be will reo
omnifont Wankowtki'S appointment to
tbe governor about tbe middle of Decem
ber.
MOdern oooks do not sanction tbe nse
of any agent but Itoyal baking powder
for quiok raising purposes.
The Building Record
Permits for new buildings aggregating
$7550 were issued yesterday, tbe moat Im
portant being tv A. 0. Paltee for a set of
$5300 flats on Moore street between Eighth
and Ninth, and to Mrs. 3, McNaugbt,
lor a $1000 dwelling on Sixth Street, near
Gladys avenue.
New Maccabee Hall
Star tent, No. 24, Knigbts of tbo Mac
cabees, dedicated its new hall at Rosedale
Thursday eveniog. Tho tent gave a very
nice musical and literary program, be
sides a dinner. The hall was built for
this tent. Some four hundred people
were in attendance, and tbe verdict was
that tbo whole affair was a success.
Hike the "Scrapper"
Mike O'Donald imbibed a quantity of
Thanksgiving eggnog and plain everyday
beer Thursday, and while in an inebri
ated condition met a man wbo was some
what smaller than himself. Beoause the
Blood Will Tell
Moat surely upon the conditio- ot the
physleal ay b tein. If the blood Is pure •»d
tnU ot Tltality it will carry health to ail
the organs ot the body; it will expel the
germs et Alsease and the result will be •
condition oi perfect health. It it is Im
pure and impoverished, such a condition
will be impossible. The best way to
Keep the Blood Pure
Is by the use ot Hood's Sarsaparllla, be
cause Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best blood
purifier that medical science has ever pro
duced. This is the secret ot its wonderful
cures ot scrofula, salt rheum, nervousness,
sleeplessness, rheumatism, and all othes
diseases Which originate in the blood.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
b tha only True Blood Purifier promi
nently In tha public eye today. It is sold
by all druggists, fl; six for $6. Prepared
only by C. I. Hood * Co., Lowell, Mass.
Hood's puis s£ jasriss?*
'alter refused to assist towards obtaining
more booze and wuaalto eti.er ant agonistic
to Mikt, he smashed tho smaller man in
tho faos several times, and win in the set
of following up his lead when Olhcer
Matuszkicvrit/, arrived on the scene and
saved the carcass of the other fellow by
arresting Mike. Justice Owens lined
Mike $15 or 15 days yesterday on a charfle
of distrblng tbe peace.
HE WANTED PROTECTION
And Was Locked Up In the County .ir.il
for Sale-keeping
Yesterday afternoon a tali, raw-bonod
individual,wearing a wide-brimmed som
brero, and with the general aspect ot a
cow boy in bard luck, sauntered into the
district attorney's office and announced
tbat he had come for protection. Deputy
Willis was disengaged,and to that gentle
man tbe visitor unbosomed himself. His
name, be said,was Albert Steiger, and be
was a native of Switzerland. He had
been in Jerome, Ariz., where be took an
active interest in politics. He had been
talking politics for about a week, when
the people arose in tbeir wrath ami
chased bim out of town. He had tnen
gone to San Diego on a cattle train ; from
Han Diego he came to this city. Ho be
lieved tbat be hail made the journey on
foot, but ot this he could not be certain.
It was hard luck to have to walk all day
and be ohased all night, and he was get
ting tired of it, for which reason lie
wanted protection and a place whore ne
could rest.
As tbe man was evidently a lunatic, Mr.
Willis sent him down to ttie jail in
charge of Detective Con Mallorv, ami he
was looked up. He will probably ho eX
amined today.
ABOUT THE OIL INDUSTRY
Large Quantities of Qas Daily Qoioi
to Waste
Opportunity Tor Developing a New Enterprise.
Business Increasing at the Exchange.
Notes Front the Field
Attention has already been culled to
the great quantities of natural gas that
go to waste from tbe 800 wells in ths oil
hold, and yet no one seems to have en
terprise enough to take hold of the mat
ter and build up a separate industry from
it. In many instances it, Is used for run
ning the engines for drilling purposes or
pumping plants, and a few of the bouses
in tbo oil territory are heated and light
ed by it. Tbe quantity thus consumed
does not, bowever, utilize more than a
email fraction of tho total product of the
wells. It has been estimated that enough
gas goes to waste every day to light a
large section of the city. From the loca
tion of tbe wolls, situated as they ore
within a small radius, many wells often
being upon tbe same lot, it would not be
a difficult matter to control the entire
output of gas without much outlay of
capital.
Some time ago there was talk of form
ing a company for manipulating the gas
of the tield, but as yet nothing bus come
of it, and the project iv still open to pre
emption.
Tbe officers of the exchange report an
increase in business, both from oustide
consumers ana those in the city. Another
carload uf pertoleum will be shipped to
Riverside today, while shipments to tne
north are being mado constantly. Work
is progressing, rapidly in tbe mutter of
securing transportation by sea, and there
is no doubt t but a regular steamer will be
put on by the first of .lanunry.
In tbe lieid some new woll is being
openeu nearly every day. Tbe Ttibis
Well on Me tea If street is now complet d
to a depth of 800 feet and is ready for tbe
pump.
Daggett .t Fleothor have been driving
casing to close out a cave about 375 feet
down. The bad spot has been success
fully passed and drilling will continue
uninterrupted.
The Lama Oil company is down 400
feet in Its well at tho corner of Temple
and Figucroa. A large tank has just
been erected on an adjoining lot and
everything is in rediness for the oil.
Oil sand was struck at the Ferguson &
Canlicld property on Temple street at 720
feet. The drill :s down 800 feet and is
running through a heavy body of oil.
Tho Phoenix comapny has named its
new Well Thanksgiving, from tbe fact
tbat it was set to pumping on that day.
It promises to lie a great producer.
Cole & Humiston are making prepara
tions to begin drilling on Belmont near
First street.
The drill has been started in tbe Green
Well west of Belmont avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bates, tbe well
known cornetists, will assist the Los An
geles military band tomorrow in an at
tractive program.
(gticura
WORKS
Wonders
In curing torturing, disfiguring, hu
miliating humours of the Skin,
Scalpt and Blood when all else falls.
Sold throaraent ths world. Briliih Depot! F. Nrw-
BIKY ft Sons, 1, Kins Knwsrd-it., London. Forres
Dace aab GSBat. Corp., Sols Props,, Boslea, U. S. A.
If you wear a moderate priced Men'a
Shoe, why not get great valuo for little
money ?
Lewis' 93.60 Ima Calf Shoes are what
you want. Made of solid leather, with
Lewis' Cork-Filled Solea, tbey aro the
most comfortable ahoes known for all
sorts of weather. Stylish, too, and
wonderful wearers.
See that you get Lewis' Ima Calf Shoes.
See what a bargain 1
Tour dealer knows all about the value,
for he sells them,
_80ld by JOHN KLIN.X.
Health Tea
Regulates
The Bowels
"THE WIDE WORLD 'ROUND."
United Testimony of the Globe Upon the Greatest of Modern
Discoveries.—What the Nations Say.
UNITED STATES GERMANY SWITZERLAND
Rev J. WilmW Dr. Finlier, QoT«nimen dr.- Mr. J. B. Hess, teacher, nf
i Medical College, says: 'In se- Birmingham,attests: " 1 have fOf trjet physician al Neucnberg, Sandbuechel by Rorschach, un
vere cases of Bright* disease, years, since I left India, been n. wurtemberg,declares: " 1 havo hesitatingly says: "For many
where all other remedies and perfect martyr to indigestion, pleasure in saying one of my years my health was nnsatisfac
treatnients failed, I have effected and have tried various doctors patients who was suffering from tory, until in ISO 2 the disease
permanent cures with Warner's and their medicines withoutany Bright'S disease, and who, in showed itself in an alarming
Safe Cure. In allailmcnfs where permanent benefit. I was in- consultation witli eminent col- way, and it was found that I aut
the blood IS In an unhealthy con- aucad to try Warner's Bate Cure leagues was treated with all fered from kidney disease, tor
dition, and the general health and Pills, with Hie result that I other known therapeutic reme- which I employed Warner's Safe
impaired, the advantage gained am now completely restored to dies without avail, was com- Cure, and after a thorough treat
from the use of Warner's .Safe health cntirclv by the uso of pletcly cured through the use of ment was completely cured."
j Cure is remarkable." Werner's Safe Cure." Warner's Safe Cure."
INDIA AUSTRIA AUSTRALIA FRANCE
Jal Jai Ram Mlssur, c prnmi- Baron V. Weiretter, M. P., Hon. V,. A. Stone. Judge of Be, Paris, attests: "Afterweeks
nent railroad man of India, says: of Vienna, a gentleman of stand- the Supreme Court of Australia of suffering from inflammation
"I was attacked by a fatal dis- • Ing and distinction in his prnfes- and n legal light in the nation to of the Madder, during which
ease, dropsy, Mv whole body sion in that land whore great which he has the honor to belong, time, although under noted spe
was filled with witter, and kid- scientists exist, relates the fol- expresses himself In these words: cialists, the disease steadily de
neys refused to work. I tried lowing experience: "Warner's " 1 have used Warner's Safe Cure veloped and I rapidly grew
various remedies and skillful Safe Cure has effected an unde- on divers occasions, being sub weaker, I resorted to the uso of
surgeons in vain. At last I was nlable and eminently satisfac- iet ted to liver complaint with de- Warner's Sate Cure. It prompt
told to prepare for death. Icom- tory cure in the family of one of prc3slon of spirits, and the use of ly relieved the painful symp
menced Warncr'sSafe Cure, and my near relations." the medicine has been attended tbms, and t conscientiously say
20 bottles effected a complete with most satisfactory results." my present good health is solely
cure." due to Warner's Safe Cure."
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Peculiar to Women nnd Private Diseases.
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JOE POHEIHf
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HAKES THE PEST CLOTHS*)
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«25 PER CENT LESS JBl
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SUITS "an! to oner (ton $20 |ffll
PANTS Made to order (run $5 I Ijl
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AMUSEMENTS
TV lEW LOS HNGELES THEHTER
X C. M. WOOD, Lessee H. C. WYATT, Mauagsr
One More Night, November 30,
Matinee This Afternoon.
Jacob Litta' Elaborate Production oi C. T. Limey's Lattst and Greatest Success,
"The War of Wealth"
To be presented here with all the original sceDOry and effects, and with the same great cast,
which recently scored the bigg st hit oi the year in San Francisco. Prices, *sc, SOc, Too and 81.
HEATS NOW ON SALE.
NeinZ LOS HNGELES THEHTER
t . M. WCOD. Lessee H. C. WYATT, Manager
3 Three Nights Only -jr Commencing Monday, Dec. 2
And nodnesday Matinee '—*
3. t mrs limn ibiuue
Headed by the world- BILLY RICE, BURT SHEPARD, And all the HAVERLY
famous comedians, __; Favorltlea
Jk inngtiificent ensemble of America's highest sala led performers. A company worthy the
name—a name worthy the company. Personally directed by J, H. HAVERi.Y.
PRICES, 25c, OQn, 75c, $1. Seats now on sale.
SOUTH MAIN ST., . *_\ Performance every even-
Bet. Plrst end Second. lf\«a\A> __ ._. in « including Sunday.
_____ ___ _________ Kvening price, 25c, SOc.
Week Commencing Single box _ loge seat,7se
MONDAY, NOV. 25th Telephone 1447.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
LEIGH SISTERS 4 «vv <_»____ LILLIAN SMITH
TOPACK AND STEEL I / i\e?V_ r Stfl |*C IDA HOWELL
10 Lit LAsSARDd ** 1 J WILLIAMH A WALKBII
BURBTUNK THEKTER Fred A. Cooper, Manager
Main Stre t. between Fifth and Sixth.
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25
EIGHTH WEEK AND CON UNO ED SCcCKSH OF THK . KAWI.KY COMPANY, from the
ColumblaThcater, San Francisco, in Ilouclcault's witty comedy, In five acts,
•*• " THE JILT"
Introducing the great Racing Seer c, In which the celebrated race horses. Hello and Vixen will
appear No deviation In prices, ISO, -oc, HOC and 50c; loge seats 75c; box seats, SL MATI-
N_i: SATt'KUAV Mnndiv evening. December 8, "THE WESTEHNER."
NEs__ IiIBNNH BUFFET, H4-IKS. Courtstreet, Los Angeles. Cal
£s_r- ADMI9SION - FREE -SJH
With Fauiilv Entrance and Family Departments.
Refined Entertainment sa m t a uSSa?
Eve y f«veuin_r from 7 |30 to i_t o*o_tH.lt, eonsisiiug of r choice nol-cuon of vocal and instrument
tal tliittstc. Maiinot*s Monday And a'urday from 12 to '. Kvery Friday Amateur Night. At
tl c New Vienna mny always be found tha leading European dailyand vt-vokly papers, indud
tug Loudon Timff*. Pirll Figaro. lii-rUner Tagel'laft. wiener Freie I'resse, etc., etc. Finest
Ottjtdne. t'oinir f rein I lunch uinl miftll a la cart ■ at all hours
THE F 5 7_ I—X C B Corner First and Spring sta ,un ler the proprietorship ot
(.aM'ULH & UKKNUaRD, has leopened tho season as a
FIRST CLHSS CONCERT HHLL
With th« celebrated HEUTII FAMILY, ormerlv wi'h Vienna Buffet.
KiRBT CLASS KtTCHKN OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT. ALL KINDS OF DELICACIES.
Pf\ BP J_ \f /I I |\_ OAP POWDER Is NOT PEDDLED,
I Si 3\ _r«S Hi _Nl P I 1 but is for sale b y a " Growers.
Vl\nAniU HOUSEKEEPERS, do not be
■ deceived into purchasing inferior washing compounds under the impression that
you are getting the latest and best. Secure an "AlD"'—a 20-mule help for the
kitchen and laundry—Nc* a package of Caustic Soda to ruin your clothes, your
hands and your temper. See that the famous zo-mule team is on your purchases of
BORAX, (with book of 200 best recipes in each box) 2 and 5-lb. boxes
is, and 50 cents.
_-OR__XO Bath Powder, for Toilet and Nursery, 2 and 5-lb. boxes,
35 and 75 cents.
BORIC ACID, for Preservin X Fisll > Meats and Milk, 2 and 5-lb. boxes,
50 cents and $1.00.
BORflXfllD, for the Kitchen and Laundry, 1 and 3-lb. package^
' 10 and 25 cents.
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