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The Herald
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TEMPBRATTJRE— Report of observations
taken at Los Angeles December 2.
The barometer is reduced to sea level.
5:00 a. m.
ft :OV P. in.
05 IN
30 INW
Maximum temperature. 711
Minimum touiperature, -IS
FORECAST—Dec. 2.—For Southern Cal
ifornia: Fair; nearly stationary tem
perature; fresh northerly winds.
WEATHER REPORT — United States
depaitiuent of u<rioultun weather
bureau's report, rocoived at Lis An
geles December 2, IH'JS.
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John Bergen will not steal socks for
tom» timo to come, ai he received one of
the heaviest sentences from JuaticoJOwons
yesterday tbnt hue been meted out to a
petty larcenist for many a day. Bergen
is the man who fought so desperately
with Otfloer Stewart when tho latter tried
to arrest bim for taking several pairs of
footgear. Two charges of potty larceny
were bronchi against Bergen, and he got
ninety days for tbe first and one hundred
and nfty days for the second conviction.
Bocks will be safer for awhile longer.
Thomas Kinimcr, one of ttio many in
hard luck and without a penchant for
manual labor, wus given twenty days in
jail by Justloe Owens yesterday for peg
ging. Alert Deputy Constable Brake
scholar arrested the fellow on Spring
street Saturday nigbt.
Kred Russell, tbe brutal negro boot
black who smashed and kicked Jensen
in the face last week, wus lined J;u by.
Justice Owens yesteraay. If ltussrll fails
to liquidate he will have tbe alternative
of going to jail for a corresponding num
ber of days.
Chief Glass received a letter from Mrs.
Margaret Lynch, the sistei of tbo late
Officer ' John K. Maguire, asking wlmi
disposition bad been made of the remains
and bis effects. Mrs. Lynch lesides in
Ireland.
Tho board of supervisors met yesterdsy
and put in the entire day auditing de
mands. They will be engaged in tho
same occupation a l day today.
Tbe cases agsinst T. J. Cuddy, who is
charged with having been drunk and also
disturbing tbe peace, were continued un
til today nt 2:30 p.m.
Jim Morris, the faking blind beggar,
was discharged yesterday by luatioe
Owens, as there was .10 complaint
against him.
Stanton post and relief corps will give
a concert and social st Music bull to
night, which promises to be most enjoy
able.
W. V. Sweet was lined 976 yesterday for
havl g obtained money under falto prc
tensrs Irom Muckel, the saloon man.
Ex-C uncilman F. M. Nickel of the
Last Side baa returned from a short
business trip to San Francisco.
W. B. Hallaway was lined $2 by Justice
Owens yesterday for violating the hill
potting ordinance,
George Powers will he tried today for
disturbing the peace.
Lovers of tine art are always o,i the
aleit for something new. A now line of
etchings, mezzo-tints engravings, car
bons, photos and grqvures bave just been
received at H. C. 1 iclitenberger'a art em
porium, *07 N. Main St., for thu holiday
trade.
.The Security Loan and Trust company
61 888 South' Spring street issues its
debenture bonds for any amount, large or
small. Tbey are secured by high grade
Mortgages, and tbe fact of their being in
come producing makes tbem desirable
investments.
I'r. Rebecca Lee Dorsev. Siimsou block,
lirst floor, roomt 18U, 1;I0, 181. Special at
tention given to obttetrical rases and all
diseases of women and children. Kite- j
trlcity scientifically used. Consultation 1
boura, Ito 6. Tel. 1277.
S. Conradi, jeweler and watchmaker, {
113 S. Spring street, inaket a specialty of
lino waicb and jewelry repairing and dia
inund letting; an elegant line of optical I
goods. A tine stock of watchea and jewel
ry always 011 hand.
Come'to the Ralston to dine, eat pun'
fond cooked according to the Kalston
system, abd you will he healiby and
happy. Meals 85 cents. Good music.
Come, 315 aud 317 West Third street.
It will pay you to visit the Queen Shoo
Store, 162-liM North Mam street, and sec :
tbe extrsodinary low values for hue j
shoes that are bei lg offered there during I
tbis (December) month.
Adam:. Bros., dentists. 3.HP» South
Spring street. Psinlees tilling 'and ex
tracting. Best sets of teeth from SO to
$10. Hours, Bto 5) Sundays, 10 to 12.
Z Tbe best capes will be sold lirst. Coma
early and secure a bargain in a fur cape.
At tbe prices asked tbey will go fatt.
Coulter Dry Goods company.
With every sale of $2 worth ot allocs and
upwards tbe Queen Shoe Store, 102-104
North Main street, will give a handsome
Christmas gift.
Piano notise, A. G. Gardner. 118 Win
ston street. New and second-hand pi
anos for sale and to rent. First-class
tuning.
Our entire stock of fur capes will bo
sold this week. See display in front win
dow. Coulter Dry Goods company.
R. B. Stephens A Co., of IB6K West
Third street, have choice residences for
lale and rent.
Remember, today we sell fur capee at
greatly reduced prices. Coulter Dry
Goods company.
Pore taffies, fresh every hall hour; (if
teen flavors. John C. Nevin, 20b South
Main street.
Fourth annual gift tale now on at the
Queen Shoe Store, 102-104 North Main
street.
Sharp A- Sanson, funeral directors (in
dependent) 586 South Spring street. Tel.
Sharp A. Samson, funeral directors, 530
South Spring street, telephone 1029.
Rooms $2 a week and up. P. S. hotel.
A Sentimental Suit .
A curious law case is reported from
Milan, A young lady susd a voting man
— a perfect stranger—for having kissed
er suddenly and without warning in the
"pen street. When she entered the box
to give cid-ncc against him tbe judge
was so struck witb her beauty that ho in
stantly acquitted the accused on the
grounds "thai to much loveliness and
charm bad doubtless proved an irresisti
ble temptation." Perhaps the most re
mark, pie feature off the trial was tbat
instead of being annoyed nt losing her
case, tbe plaintiff was delighted at the
verdiot, and uttered a friendly farewell to
tbc judgo aa sho left the oourt room
btaming witb smiles, while the accused
was heartily applauded as he retired in
triumph with his friends.
Cashmere Shawls
The sbairls of Cashmere are made from
the wool of tbe camel, while tbe sheep
of that country also produce fine white
silky wool. T 0 whole population it en
gaged in preparing tbe thread and weav
ing these artioles for commerce.
C. J; Jones, a negro lawyer of. Oreen
ville. Miss., has been admitted to prac
tice in the supreme court Of the United
States.
AT THE HOTELS
Milton Santee and wife of San Diego
are at tbe Ramona.
P. Pi Olds and wlte of Lansing, Mich.,
are at the Hollenbeck.
W. Melick, proprietor of tho Lancaster
Gazette, is at the Nadeau.
Albert M. Hochttadter and wife of
Philadelphia are at the Westminster
Mrs. Kda yon Marion of tbe Florence
hotel, Sun Pedro, is at the Ka.nona.
Horace McPhee,proprietor of the Santa
Ana Blade, is at the Ramona with bis
wife.
> John Cathin. tbe president of the Na
tional Ice company at San Francisco, is
at tbe Nadeau.
J. T. Rader, a brother of Mayor Rader,
ia a late arrival from Fremont, 0., and
C a at the Nadetu.
Valentino 1 Irion, tba president of tbe
Home Sevinte and State bank of Peoria,
111., is at tbe Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. Ct arles T. Hinde and
Miss Alice Halliday are a party from
Coronado now at tbe Wi stminsler.
George H. Howe, president of tbe
Brooklyn Press club and deputy comp
troller of tbc government department of
finance, is at tho Hollenbeck.
.Mrs. 11. I. Clemens, Miss Clemens,
Mrt. Powhattan Clark, Master Clark and
narse, form a party of tourists from St,
Lnuia, Mo., and are quartered lor tbe
winter at the Nadeau.
Late arrivals at the Abbotsford are:
William Pent and wife, Kansas City; 0.
Valentine, J. K. Cook, New York; X, T.
Dyer, San Frunclsco; Edward Pennock,
Philadelphia; Dr. A. Forget and family,
Paris, France.
Wherever finest food is used Dr. Price's
Baking Powder supplies it.
Personal
Mujor James R. lUche, U. S. A., aged
08 cars, died on Sunday. The rentaint
will he buried today.
Superintendent Foshay ano a number
of members of the .ichool board took
formal 7iosiession of tho Highland Park
school yesterday morning.
Andrew W. Edward ol Antwerp, Bel
gium, leomttanted py his wife, is ut' the
Wettminster hotel. They are on their
way around the world.
Editor Munn of the San Jacinto Regis
ter tried to go home yesterday morning,
hut al the Santa Fe depot he bad to stop
two runaway teams, and so lost his train.
He will try it again this morning.
Tom Grant, the nonpareil insurance
man of Sin Francitco, is in the city. He
is under the ctaperonugo of Colonel
Broderick, Major Hoikwciler and General
T. K. Bowan, to that there oan be no
doubt but what he is having a good time.
Herman dc Laguuu is registered st tbe
Auditorium Annex in Chicago. He has
written to a gentleman in this city tbat
he will next week let tbe contract for the
construction of the new telephone plant
for this city. The work will be pushed
to completion rapnfly.
Nat C. Furman, for over twenty years a
resident of this city, has taken charge
of the Postal telegraph office in the
Mini.on block. Mr. Furman has worked
for over twelve years for (he Southern
Paoilic and is o.ie of the best known
operators on the coast.
Charles Winsel, the landscape gardener
dropped from tin: park pay rolls!, denies
the charges of discourtesy to his fellow
employees and to the general public,
which have been given out by Superin
tendent Meserve aa his reason for Win
srl's dismissal. He will insist upon an
investigation by the park commissioners.
icre it thit advantage in tbe uto of
Royal baaing powder over all others: It
leuvet neither acid or alkali in the food.
Tbc construction of tbe Witmer street
tewer was commenced yesterday morn
ins. After ita completion that thorough
tare will <be graded, graveled and tide
walked.
A Business Lit Want:d
We have a client who wants to Nasa n
lot convenient to business center, for Hvc
| yeurs to build upon. Wo also bave
buyer tor a cottage convenient to cur
line, most any location, to cost from SBuo
Ito $1200, small cash payment unci $15 to
$2.") a moutli end interest. Luugwortby
j Co., 2211 S. Spring.
Do You Want a Cooking Range
j Here's your chance to select from the
1 best lines ever Drought to the coast,
j 'throe cnrloeils just in. and in order to
j help everybody out we will for thirty
: dsys give you 10 per cent discount from
! our renulrir prices. Everything the best.
\V. C. Surrey company.
Kregelo & bresee, Mineral directors,
Broadway and Sixth sreet. Tel. 243. j
Don't fail to attend the special sale of
fur capes tit Coulter's.
JOTTINdS
I
Our Homo Brew i
Water & Zobeieln's lager, fresh from thetr
brewery, on draught In all the principal ea
loons; delivered promptly In bottles or kegs.
Otlice and brewery,4l4 Alisostreet; telepboae
01.
Electric Oil Stove
Or hot air furnace; take your choice to heat
your bouse this winter. Nauerth & Cass Hard,
ware Company has them, 320 a Spring St.
Han I man Fish Co., San Pedro
Fresh ttah and lobsters shipped direct to all
points In Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from
cannery in San Pedro, at lowest wholesale
prices.
Water Pipe
We offer at a bargain twenty thousand feet
~% screw casing Consult, Consolidated Pipe
Co., 873 to Bn9 Stevenson aye., near Santa Fo
depot.
Eagle Brand Oysters
Call for tho Kaglo Hrand of fresh frozen
oysters. Your grocer lias them. Tbey are a
great delicacy.
Pabst Beert Pabst Beerl
On draft. Oljmpic Hall, 121 W. First St.,
W. Harms, prop. Tel. 274, Finest commer
cial !'<nch. Leave orders for bottled beer.
Free Dispensary
For the poor dalljC. Drs. Lindley and Smith,
Broadway and Korrrlh. I'lrtle Block.
Have you secy our Columbus Buggy Co.'s
bicycle for IBM? Insp.-ct samples, 210 N.
Main St., llawjay, King & Co.
B|Hlders, Take Notice
Lumber at reduced rates; dot our prices.
Ganahl Lumber company.
, , tf! ——————
... Save Undertakers' commission
litre your hacks for funerals, *J.."io each from
(jus Graham. Stand, Arcade depot, lei. 553.
Pabat Be rt Pabst Beerl
On draft at Joe Arno'd's, 3W a Sprint sL
We are making a great run on our new 1800
model bicycle for the low price of «)65. Haw
ley, King & Co., 210 North Main street
Dr. & H. Tolburst, dentist, has reopened hts
office in the Byrne bldg. Third and Broadway.
Big Tree Carriage Works, ijß San Pedro St.
Concord ousineis wagons a specialty
Dr. D. f. Dlffenbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and
5. 110 & Spring at., i.os Angeles.
Everything on wheels, Hawley, King & Co.,
210-212 N. Main street.
Dressraakcra-All lashlnn books at Lang
stadter'a, 214 South Broadway.
Columbus Buggy Co.'s buggies are high
grade.
Dr. Harriet Hilton. 424 S. Hill street.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOBNTNG. DECEMBER 3, 1895
COLORS FOR THE SCHOOLS
Pupils May Now Subscribe for
' Flag Purposes
A BOARD RULE IS AMENDED
/ •
Tbe Regular Monthly Meeting of the
School Directors
One New Teacher Appointed for Night Service.
The Matter ol a Music Supervisor In the
High School Indefinitely Postponed
Tho board of education met in adjourn
ed sesion last night. Tbe recommenda
tion of tbe teachers' committee, that W.
O. Lowe be elected a teacher in the night
school for seivice at tbc Ducommun
street sohool. at the salary of $40 a
month, was adopted, as was also the rec
ommendation of the tinanoe committee
thai bills aggregating 98680.89 be approv
ed. Tbc monthly pay rolls of tho de
partment wero allowed.
Superintendent Foshuv reported the
successful conduct of tho recent city in
stitute ami also the great Thanksgiving
day offering from tbo pupils of the var
ious schools.
Director Syinonton reported tbat he
had vijited tne Highland quirk tcho.il and
wanted informatijn legaruing the trans
fur of the school property i.i the lately
annexed district to the city boartl of
education. He suggested and moved
that a committee of tares be appointed to
properly tdjust tbe details of tho mat
ter. Tne motion was curried.
Direct irs Syinonton, Da.sett and Pit
man were appoint d as such committee.
County Superintendent ltilev asked
that the board turn over to him a room
in tho high school during; tbe week be
ginning December 88d, for the purpose of
holding tbe regular annual 0 mnty teach
ers e« ami nation. The request wus <o.n
plied with.
Supeiintentlent Foshay asked that the
regular Christmas holidays begin Decem
ber L'Otb and continue for one week, in
slend 01 tno weeks, as has been the rule
in the past. Tbe suggests n was adopted.
There was fomo debate upon the sub
ject of liiiih school insurance. The board
at its lust meeting decided tbat unlets
the various companies interested would
permit oil to be burned aa fuel in tue
building without a declaration of extra
risk, all of the nietent policies were to be
canceled. The board last night referred
the matter to Ihe insurance committee
with power to act. Director Bym inton
called intention to tbe lact that aeveral
school buildings are without tbe nation
al colors and in the Cornwall street
sohool the children have themselves sub
scribed money for a Hag,which is against
rule 105 of the board of education, prohi
biting contributions for any purpose/. Di
rector Umbo moved that the rule be to
ameildtd us to exempt contribution* for
Hag purposes. Director Canned was in
favor of receiving the particular th<2 in
question ami permitting tbe rub) to stand
as it is, and Director Kennedy did not
believe in chancing the rule. He 1 bought
that flay contributions ought not be col
lected outside of schuoi nourt. Director
Pitman favored tbe supenaiuh uf tbo caat
trcn rule. Director h ulton opposed the
Mag idea witb the argument tbat other
supplier are nee led in t he various schools
wor»e thau arc iiagt. The Giuob motion
prevailed.
Tbe matter of music supervisor in the
high achool wat. on motion of Director
Griibb, indefinitely postponed, Director
Pitman si.,no voting no.
The Minneapolis is the fastest of war
ships. o|, Price's ia best of baking pow
der.
NEITHER LIKELY TO ESCAPE
Two Hungarian Jews Who Try to Shift the
Blame
1 Sam Weiscnbtger an I Harry Lichen
stein, two Hungarian Jews, are locket up
in the police station awaiting trial on
the oharge of petty larceny. They were
arretted hy Detectives Aublo and Haw
ley. The person whom tbey are aocused
of tinting robbed ia Mrt. Luuer of Ban
ning street.
1 Tne woman rents rooms and Linben
steio hired one from ner. In a corner
of the place end behind a c .lieu curtain
were a number of wraps and other gar
ments of a woman,, including two very
handsome dresses. Samuel was in tho
habit of vititing tne other at tho house
on Banning street, ami tbey being of an
. inquiring nature, soon learned of the
presenoo of the goods. On Wednesday
toe men removed the things, but it was
not until Saturday toat Mrs. Lover miss
ed tier possessions.
Sbe reported the theft to tbe police,
and Detectives Hawley and Aublu were
detailed to look Into the rase.
At rirst Lichonstein professed entire
ignorance of the matter, and claimed that
be had not even known oi the goo s be
ing 1,1 his room. The ofllcors visited
Weisenberger on Lazard street. Tbo latter
became frightened, and seeekitw to
shield himself, told them that Licben
itein had asked him to help carry the
articles away and dispote of them, but
he bud relused to have anything to do
with tbe nff :ir A further investigation
by the officers trtts rewarded by learning
that Weisenberger had negotiated lor the
sale of tne goods,as had Lichenstein also.
When tbe two men were brought tog'tner
Lichenstein acknowledged that he had
prevaricated to the officers, but bad done
it in order toshisld his friend, hut finally
broke down and confessed his part in the
theft.
There is a complete case against each
of tbe men, and their attempts to tbrow
the blame 011 each other will be unsuc
cetsful, and they will probably bo foil d
fuilty. All of the goods were recovered,
t was first thought a case of burglary
raijint nave been made against the men,
but as one of them slept in the room from
where the articles were taken, tbo charge
would not httvo stuck.
Blacklnton Starts Out
Dr. liltckinton, meat and milk in
spector under the hoard of health, began
his roundup after the milk dealers yester
day aft* moon. He intends to co liscate
all ni lk found tv he under standard, as
per Instructions of the board of health.
DISTRESSING
|pV__DISEASES
CjJ&SKIN
y 1 n Reljeved
Speedily
Cured by
(jjticura
Spiedt Cimß Treatment.—
Warm bathe with Cuticura Soap, irentie appll.
ration* of Cuticura 'ointment), and rollr! doaee
of Cuticura Keboltent (the new blood purifier'
Bold tfermiflwut the world. Britlih nVrnt: F. Nl*.
•tar * Hon, l. Kin: Kawtrd-at., l.on<lon. Poxita
JJr.uu ACh rM. Coar., Sole rropi., Do,ton. U. a. A.
WICKEDEST STREET ON EARTH
That Is What Nigger Alley Was la Pioneer
Days
The bistorictl society held its annual
meeting In Justice Morrison's court room
latt evening. Tbe following were elected
board of directors:
Baxter, Ouinn, Pollev, Adams, Vroo
man, Earrows and Mrt. Williams. j
J. M. Guinn read an interesting and
valuable paper entitled, Fragments of
Local History. He presented many facta
of tbe local bitlory of the city not gener
ally known. He gavo the old-time names
of streets and tho story of tbe changes in
their character. In tho early days th*
streets wandered off indefiniielr. There
were no wheeled vehicles in those days
except tbc creaking old curretas that
hauled adobe to rouf tbe bouses. There
were no sidewalks, because everybody
rode on horseback.
As tbe city grew it drifted southward
from Site old nucleus north of the plaza.
The business center fur a time was lo
cated at tbe junction of Los Angeles and
Aliso atreets. Calle de Los Necros (Nig
ger alley) was during the gala days of
gold mining, in the early lift tea, thu
wickedest street on earth. It was tne cen
ter of gamlb ng ami all rr miner of diasi -
put ion. Murder was almost an every day
occurrence in its dens and divet. Before
its existenoe as a street ended, its anobe
lined walls witnessed the Chinese mas
surco, tbe last tragedy tbst was enacted
within its malodorous confines.
A number of tbe members spoke upon
the methods of arousing interest in his
torical subjects.
The following olficcrt wero elected from
tho board of directors: F. J. Pulley,presi
dent; Mrs. M. Burton Williamson and A.
C.Vrooman, vice preeidents; J, M.Guinn,
secretary and curator; ESdwin' Baxter,
treasurer.
NEWS FROM THE OIL FIELDS
Important Meeting of the Directors of
the Exchange
To Decide the Transportation Question—Drill
ing Continues at Both EnJt of the
Territory—General Iteror
The executive committee of the oil ex
change was unable lo closa the cont-act
for tho transportation of oil with the
owners of tbe bo it at Santa Monios, and
the matter will come up for consideration
this morning at tbe meeting of iho boaid
of directors. As the "proposition now
stands it is difficult to Ray whether any
thing will cume of the affair or not.
The number of oil wells being redrilled
seems to be on the increase, while the
extension of the Held progresses slowly.
Drilling will begin this morning in the
Phoenix {well, west of Belmont avenue
on Fi st street.
A depth of 400 feet has been reached in
the Green well, and tbe casing is being
put down.
Mr. McCabe is building two 1000-bar el
tanks on his linens Vista street property,
near the Southern Pacific freight yards. J
Alter a week's fishing in Ibe Tubb'H
well on Mutualf street, thu drillers are
again going down at a good rate.
Drilling will commence today in the
Dohcney A-. < 'onmm well,on Mctcalf ti eet
above Temple.
Preparations are about completed for a
new well on Park place, to be put down
by John Hummel.
Tbe Sheldon well,on tbe corner of Fig
ucroa and Court atreets, is reauy for tbe
pump. A large tauk la in process of con
struction near by.
l't:e Lnma Oil company has completed
one of its wells on Figueroa - licet and is
about tiOU feet down on tbe second one.
Bxcavatintia are being made for a third
on the same property.
Youne, Beech ft Cochrane are making
preparations for drilling a new well on
Temple stiect above Victor.
Spudding will begin today ut tbe Boost
& Leslie well on Victor near Bellevue av
enue.
Uoheney &■ Co's pipe line hroka yes
leday near the corner ot Seventh and
Grand avenue ami a quantity of oil was
lost. Wagons were toun on the spot an I
turther loss prevented.
From LaGrippe„
How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
One of Kentucky's Business
Men to Health.
No DISEASE bss ever presented so many
peculiarities as LaGrippe. No disease
leaves Its victims so debilitated, useless,
sleepless, nerveless, as LaUrippe.
Mr. D. W. Hilton, state agent of the Mut
ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says:
"In 1880' and '80 I bad tiro severe attacks
of LaGrippe, the last, one attacking my ner
vous system with such severity tbat my life
was despaired of. I bad not slept for more
tban two months except by the use of nar
cotics that stupefied me, but gave me no
rest. I was only conscious of intense mental
weakness, agonizing bodily pain and tho
fact that I was houriy growing weaker.
When in thiscoudlt ion. I commenced using
l)r Miles' Restorative Nervine. Intwodays
I began to improve and in ono month's time
1 was cured much to the surprise of all who
l.new of my condition. I have been In ex
cellent health since and have recommended
your remedies to many of mv friends."
Louisville. Jan 22. 1895. D. \V. Hilton.
Dr. IHiltV l»rviW Rptifnrps Health.
JOE POHEIK
THE TAILOR J}
MAKES THE BEST CLOTHES
IN THE STATE A^lL
At 25 PFR CENT LESS Jjkm
IHAN AWY OTHER HOUSE. V H
SUITS «aae to order from $20 Wj&
PANTS w» to order trio $§ jMX
FINE TAILORING I if! 1
ATMOfVXATI? PRICES I |BT
tif Itulee for Self-Measurement 190
and Samples of ('lotb sent free
tor all orders. cV ~
No. 143 S. Spring St
I.OS «NOEL*"!
J. F. Henderson, Manager
ORGAN RECITAL
An Unique Entertainment to be Ulven
Teal awl
An informal organ recital will be given
tbis evening st the Fletcher snd Harris
organ factory on New High street. The
event will bo of unusual interest by rea
son of the fact tbat tbe first pipe organ
ever manufactured in Los Angeles will be
used. Tbo instrument has been built for
the Episccopul church of Sierra Madre.
The performers will be M ssrs.TJnnater,
organist ol St. Paul's; Wyekoff ot Kmati
luel Presbyterian ;Oolby of binipson taber
nacle, and Fletcher of tne Universalist
church, Pasadena. Tho vocal soloists are
Mies bernice Holmes and Miss Lulu bait
tie. Flute soloist M. M. Harris."
TEN PER CENT PENALTY
Half of the City Taxes Became Delinquent Last
Bvcarfng
City taxes became delinquent at 5
oclock lust evening, alter which time toe
10 per cent penalty becomes attached for
tbe mon«ys owing, as is required hy law.
The penultj. however, affects only half
of thu tax.
Brings comfort and 1 improvement and
tonus to personal enjoyment when
rightly usecf. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
iess expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
tbe value to health of the pure liquid
laxat : ve principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fias.
lis excellence is due to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas*
ant to the taste, the refreshing und truly
beneficial properties, of a perfect lax*
stive; effectual ly cleansing tho system
dispelling colds, headaches and fevets
and permanently curing constipation,
It lias g'.ven satisfaction to millions mid
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid*
Dcys, L!v'6f and Bowels without weak
fcling them and it is perfectly free Iron,
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale b- all drug,
gist's in 50c and 61 bottles, but it, is man*
ufactnred by the California Fig Syrup
Co.only, Whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
Bid being well informed, you will not
, \sccpt ahM substitute if offered.
f CAN CURE ANY
CANCER
B OR TUMOR §
Not between ribi or other boncn. h rJ
b>
Tc3 Write for 63-page book of M
O Treatise and H.-uic Testimon- .j
tats of many wonderful cures. 13
fig mostly ia women's breasts. v
cancer Hospital, 416 w. Tenil Bt. t-»
!zj Ollce, 211 West First Street. §
W LOS ANGELES, CAL.
§ S. K. Chamler, M. I). g
Send to some one with Cancer
The Parisian
Bazaar
419 South Spring St.
The Cheapest Place in the City
56-pieee Austrinr. China Tea
Set, beautifully decorated or AA
gold band, worth fio «p/.UU
Beautiful Bohemian Glass Baskets
everywhere sold at 35c; our price. £UL
54-piece Cottage Set, (Jji £?A
best white semi-porcelain $4*ol/
Bohemian Glass Vases for
10c, 15c, 25c, 50c
NOTICE—Don't fail to examine
our large and cheap line of ... .
Toys and Holiday Goods
Before purchasing elsew here.
419 South Spring St.
IS Southern Route.
During this season of he year the
most picas -nt route 1 Mho entire east,
with no high altitudes or snow block*
adea, it via EL PASO and tho
TEXAS AND PAGIFIG IT.
THROUGH PULLMAN PALACK
AND TOURIST CAKS DAILY
Between California and Chicago, St. Louts fnA
Arkan*»s ffot spri ni?a without change. For in
form i l ' in « resent niij p. co..orts
T. T. FITZOKRALD, Traveling Pass. Agt.,
11l California st., ban Francisco, Cal.
§/ tocos ud Chocolates
-£// are ""excelled
Material of Flavor.
Their Pink Wrapper Vanilla Chocolate i, a
favorite for Eating and Drinking. Grocer,
everywhere.
POLAND Addro,
FOR ROCK BARTHOLOMEW & CO.
WATER iwwtitiW
Ring Up No. 26
If you want a fine article of Boiled Cider (eight gallons boiled down to
one) direct from Michigan. Just the thing for mince pies.
Selling at $1.00 per Gallon
Sweet Cider
Have you tried our Michigan Sweet Cider? If not come In and sample
it. Absolutely pure apple juice.
Selling at SOc per Gallon
\fresh Pineapple Cocoanuts Baaaaat
10c per pound We each 25c per lot.
216-218 S. Spring St
AMUSEMENTS
Southern
; 1 ■ —|
California
Music Hall
i
. — i
Bradbury Building,
216 218 W. Third rrcc tU Inc ru pilt
Artist and Student Concerts every Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock, beginning Saturday, December 7th, under the
direction of
Carlyle Petersilea
By the Electric Belt Co.
i . , j' er ' Stomach orSidney Trouble, don't
' send $l to Louis Daniels, room
N6lli LOS KNGELES THEKTER
(. If. WcOD. Lesieo H. C. WYAIT, Manager
O Two Nights Only «o Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 3 and 4
And edlie.-iiuv Matinee — ' — 111
a H. WWn MliElPtl MINSTRELSi
Beaded try (he world- BILLY RICE, BURT SHEPARD. And an the haverly
f mou»comedians, . J , , Favoritloa
n magnificent ensemble of America' c Highest sala r ied performers. A c ompany worthy the
came—a name worthy the company. Personally directed by J. H. MAVERIY.
PRICKS. gSc. 50c, 76c, $1. Seats now on sale.
SOUTH MAIN ST., tf_\ X fX Matinees Saturday
Bet. first and Second. j\ %A, IVW ■"<- Sunday
Week Commencing '^^~^o7.
Monday, Dec. 2 Telephone 14*7.
Managerial Enterprise Outdone-J^TeCM
Clerlse Irlo. Vocalists, Instrumentalists and comedians—Frank Moran, America's Greatest
fctump Orator, and a grand company of Vaudeville Celebrities.
BUR BRISK TH E=7*TB r Fred A. Cooper, Manager
MAIN STREET, between Fifth and Sixth.
Monday Evening, December 2d,
Ninth week snd contlnu d success of TBE FRAWLEY COMPANY (from the Columbia
Theater, B. F.,) in E. A. Rose's great melodrasia,
....THE WESTERNER....
Matinee on Saturday. Popular prices—lsc, 20c, 30c and SOc; logo seats 75e; box seats, SI.
_Monday Evening, Uec.-mber Htli, 'dN THE NAME OF I HE CZAR."
POPULHR DOLLHR BNTERTKINWBNT COURSB
SECOND EVENING, SATURDAY, DEC. 7,
SIMPSON AUDITORIUM —CAPT. JACK CRAWFORD, the Poet Scout, late Chief of Scouts of
tho 0. s. Army, special Aid de Camp on staff of Commander-in-Chief O. A, It., in hi! unla.ua
entertainment,
4 'The Camp Fire and the Trail"
Thrilling experiences, humorous and pathetic narratives, drawn from real life. Greeted with
larg" anil delighted audiences everywhere. Secure tickets in advance and avoid the crowd.
Admis lon. 850. Re crvcd seats, 50c. For sale at Young M-n'a Christian Aaaoclation, *09
S. Hioadway Course Ickets for this and for other tour entertainments, only St.
NEW VIBNNH BUFFBT, IM-llb", Courtttreet, Los Angeles, Oal
gjm~ ADMISSION FREE f«l
With Family Entrance and Family Departments.
Refined Entertainment JKSSS
Eve y evening from 7 :\\Q to 1- o'clock, consisting of a choice selection of vocal and instrument
Ul music. Mailnoes Monday und, -auirday from 12 to I. Krery Friday Amateur Night, At
11 c New Vienna may always he found th* leading F.urouean daily and weekly paperi, includ
ing London Times, Paris Figaro, Berliner Tageblalt, Wiener Freio Ptesae, etc, etc i'ineit
cuisine, t-ominorcial lunch and meals a la cart* at all hours
THE- Corner First and Spring sts., uuler the proprietorship «i
CUNTHEK BEKNHARD, baa reopened the season is ft
FIRST CLHSS CONCERT HHLL
With the celebrated KERTII FAMILY, ormerly with Vienna Buffet.
FIRST CLASS KITCHEN OI'SN TILL MIDNIGHT. ALL KINDS OF DELICACIES
ENGINES, BOILERS,
PUMfH, OIL WELL MACHINERY AMD TOOIA
MINING. HOISTINO, IRRIGATING, LAVRBKT.
Iron and wood working Machinery Be'tmr. Packing, Wood PuUeyt, Dyaaatea. Meters attj
•lectrical Supplies. *UH MACHINERY SUPPLY CO.. 105 M. Stead way. Pheae ta«7
tU *" ' 9 a non-poisonous —
"S^ S pl'; r mi\ 0 "? r r r bS.: For the Complexion
MMWMr 11° 6 w bites, unnatural dis-
JBaw oo.r.otfed v . hart ~ <>r nnv inflanima- p o r the Complexion For the Complexion
npl boi u> atrtemr,. tion, irritation or ulrera
mm m 'm»a eomnion, tion of uiucnus mem- for the Complexion For the Complexion
KtnsatHEEVANSOHCMIQttfIO. branes. Non-astringent.
0 mm "oMbrßraggtsts, Artif 21 fppnm
na 1 aum?' "' , ' ! '"" wrapper, ■ ■ '• /\ IT I lei wrCalii
IjmTWM by extreme prepaid, for
*' " ' 3 t" ,! tlf». I-" - ■■■
* v Bl Circular sent on '•eqnest /
BORAX AID
50 Times a year comes the inevitable weekly clothes
washing.
1,000 Times a year comes tho perpetual tri-daily dish
washing. No help for the weary washer, until—The
Pacific Coast Borax Co. lends its 20-Mule Death Valley
Borax Team, to make this heavy work light and easy.
BORAXAID, their New Washing Powder, is just tho
right combination of Soap and Borax to soften water,
loosen dirt, heal tho hands and save the clothing. For
gale everywhere.
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