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The Herald
TBMPERATURE—Report of observations
taken at Los Angeles Deoember 8.
Tbe tsroracter is rod heed to sea level.
tH'm|W'd vaii wiior.
89 INW 1 icipar
7!l |NW 4 lolear
a. m.
p. in.
Maximum temperature. 711.
Minimum temperature, 42.
FOItECAST-Dcc. B.—For Southern Cal
ifornia: Fair; slutionary temperature;
fresh northerly winds.
At the Socialist meeting at BUM South
Spring street last night tho Labor Ex
change was discussed by Mr.Clark of San
Francisco, L. D. iicclitel and H. M,
l.cacb. Both aides of the question wero
expounded and tho socialistic doctrine of
vp.liies explained in full to the complete
satisfaction of those present.
A balloon asoension was the attraction
et tbe park at the terminus of the Tem
ple street cable road yesterday afternoon,
and in consequence the carrying capacity
of that line was taxed to its utmost. A
promenade concert at Westlake park in
tbe aftrctioon also brought out several
thousand people.
The drive through Elysian park is one
of tbo most attract ive in Southern < ali
forna.and from tho hills some of tbe best
views in tbe oily can be had. Several
teams went over the road yesterday.
It. J. Sugart was arrested yesterday
morning on Main street by Officer Wilk
erson for having created a disturbance.
He was released upon depositing .flO.
The board of library trustees meats
tbis afternoon and tbe board of educa
tion holds its regular session tonight.
"leorge Green will he tried in the police
court today for beggng. 11c wns arrested
by Officer Sheets on Main atreet.
Henry Law, aged 01 years, died yes
terday In I'll Monte. Ho was a former
resident of San Bernardino.
James liurns and John Clark stole a
couple of pairs of pants yesterday after
noon from the clothing store of (Tine, al
tne corner uf Main and First streets, and
were iv i he act of making a say with them
when Urficir itohn noticd tho suspicious
looking package under the arm of Burns
«nd placed the two under arrest.
Lovers of lino art are always oa the
aloit for something new. A new line of
etchings, mezzo-tiiits engravings, car
bons, photos and gravures have just been
received at H. C. I.iclitenbergcr's art em
porium, 107 N. Main st., for tho holiday
Dr. Peebles lias recently cured several
bad cases of syphillis and scrofula by hy
podermic injection tbat for years re
sisted nil other forms of medical treat
ment. Enquiries answered and references
given at -llo'.j S. Spring.
The Security Loan and Trust company
of '.'.'lll South Spring atreet 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 dosirable
tt. itcbecca Lee Dorsey,Stimson block,
lirst lloor, rooms 129, 130," 131. Speoial at
tention given to obstetrical cases and ail
diseases of women and cbildren. Eloe
trlcity scientifically used. Consultation
hours, Ito S. Tel. 1277.
It will pay yoj to visit tbe Queen Shoe
Store. UlL'-10l North Mam street, and see
the extreodinary low values for tine
shoes that are being offered there during
this (December) month.
S. Conradi, jeweler and watchmaker,
lit S. Spring street, makes a specialty of
tine watch and jewelry repairing and dia
mond setting j an elegant line of optical
goods. A fine stock oi watches and jewel
ry always on band.
Aums HrOS., dentists. 239}j South
Spring street. Painless filling "and ex
tracting. Best sets of teetb from $6 to
tlO. Hours, Bto 5; Sundays, 10 to 12.
. Fourth annual gift sale now on at the I
Queen Shoe Store, 102-104 North Main I
Oo to the Grand Pacific restaurant, 314
South Main street, for dinner today.
Moffatt'a millinery for stylish hats.
329 S. Spring.
With every saie of $2 wcrth ot shoes and
upwards tbo Queen Shoe Store, 162-104
North Main street, will give a handsome
Christmas gift.
l'iano house, A. G. Gardner. 118
ston street. New and second-hand pi
anos for sale and to rent. First-class
Subscribers to assemblies are requested
to call for tickets at Woman's exchange,
HHJij Broadway.
Tore taffies, fresh every ball hour; fif
tesn flavors. John C. Nevin, 205 South
Main street.
Sharp & Samson, funeral directors (in
dependent j 530 South Spring street. Tel.
Boom? $2 a week and up. U. S. hotel.
Mr. Baumgardt Says the Martian World Is
Not Inhabited
Itev. Hurt Bates Howard of the First
Presbyterian ohurcb, corner of Fignoroa
and Twenty-first streets, bus inaugurated
a new departure in church work m bar
ing lectures at stated periods by well
known local speakers on scientific sub
jects. These lectures will bo given once
or twic3 a month, in tho evening, and
will doubtess prove an attractive feature.
The lirst of these lectures was givou
last evening by Mr. B.I;, liuumgard t.seeie
tary of the Southern California Science
association, wbo took for his subject the
planet Mars. The discourse, which tho
speaker delivered from copious notes,
wus an interesting one and wus closely
followed by the audience from the bo
ginning to the end. After a general de
scription of tho heavens and tbe planet
ary system Mr. Baumgardt got down to
his subject, thut much-disenssed world,
the planet Mars. Tbo speaker tooa issue
ivith most of the modern astronomers in
the matter of tbo inhabitation of Mars,
arguing that the climatic conditions that
prevailed on tbat planet were such that
it was impossible for animal and vege
table life as we understand it to exist on
thut planet. Tho great changes ot tem
perature whioh took place, amounting
to thousands of degrees,rendered lite im
possible in tbe Martian world. Mr.
Baumgardt then went into a discussion
of some ol the theories they advanced
regarding Mars and pointing out tbe er
rors into which astronomers bad 'alien,
and closed with a seven; rap at some of
tho ehurohes for not keeping up with
modern progress, claiming thut science
was being retarded it not throttled by
what he called religious fanatacism.
Regular Meeting and Discussion of the Emi
gration Question
The International Educational Labor
association met ut tbe usual place and
hour at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon. A
new constitution and set of by-laws was
read and adopted,after which the regular
discussion was taken up. The question,
ia foreign emigration huitful to the in
dustrail interests of the United States,
was ably bandied by J. 11. Armstrong,
who waa tbe leading speaker in the de
bate. Ho apoko in substance as follows:
"Foreigners, while they have a perfect
right to whatever portion of the globe
they may'eel inclined to live on. yet
there are occasions when restrictive meas
ures are quite in touch with justice, not
only to the American out Ihe foreigner
loming upon these shores. Tbo glitter
ing indticsments blazoned abroad make
tbe Europeans discontented until they
sell out their lithe homes and como to
this country. They fare worse by coming
here because the American lubor market
is almost always congealed. T he sweating
hells of New York, numbering many
hundred--, would scarcely continue In ex
istence if emigration from foreign coun
tries would cease. Women from Hungary
and Germany and ot'jer European coun
-1 tries—young strong and fair—keep the
sweat shop supplied with cheap labor
und tho potter's field with victims of
man's inhumanity to man. Forty-five
thousand women marched to the poor
man s burial ground last year and this
deplrrable fact alone ought to close tbo
doors to immigration for at least a de
cade or two."
S.E. Fulton, John Rubson, I'rof. llicli
raond, I'rof.Clark anil others spoke in fa
vor of free and unrestricted How of popu
lation to and from Europe.
J. D. Steel, Depuy 13. I lurk and others
thought that a partial restriction of emi
gration would bo a good thing for for
eign and native born working men.
The discussion for next Sunday will be
on What is the Truo llasis of Money.
I'rof. Clark will lead. Tho regular out
door meetings will be continued.
A Orand Ball and .supper Arranged for Tomor
row livening
Semi-Tropic lodge I. 0. 0. F. will cele
hrato its fourth anniversary tomorrow eve
ning. A grand ball nnd an elaborate
supper will be givon for the exclusive
benefit of thu members of Semi-Tropic
lodge and thol»' families.
Tbe lodge has grown so large that
many of the members ure not acquainted
with each other, and thia affair has been
arranged for the purpose of a more gen
eral acquaintance among tho members,
ns well as to celebrate the anniversary of
the organization of the lodge.
The program will bo as follows:
Opening odo of the order.
Address—Mr. H. Y. Quackcnbusb.
Address of welcome—Kdward Hutchi
son, noble grand.
Violin solo—Mrs. O. Sormano; aeeam
panist, M:es Cecilia Sormano.
Grana march; dancing; supper.
Under the Advice of His Attorney He
Avoids the Reporters
Colonel Copeland Arrives Prom San Diego and
Will Prepare lor Some New iToves
In ITayne's Case
Clifton E. Mayne now has a very still
tongue in his head. His attorney, Col.
James L. Copeland, bas arrived from Sun
Diego to look after the inter»sts of his
client. Colonel Copeland is one of the
mjst shrewd criminal lawyers on tbe
Pacific coast, and ho is doing everything
in his power to save his client, for he
is firmly of the opinion that he is not
guilty of the crime for which ho has
been sentenced to serve for twenty-livo
years in San Quentin, Colonel Copeland
is moro convinced than ever that Mayne
is the victim of a conspiracy hatched,
conceived and carried cut by tho "Blind
Wuite Devil" of San Francisco, out of
motives of revenge for exposures Mayne
may have made to the Wallace grand
jury of Buckley's street car franchise
Mayne was in consultation with Colonel
Copeland yesterday, as was also W. J.
Murphy, who is associated with Colonel
Copeland n tho case. Mayne's physical
condition does not improve. Ho bad a
light hemoirbnge yesterday morning.
This was lollowed by a fever, but later
in the day it wore ofr. Last evening ho
was resting easily.
Special Notice to Builders
In making estimates for building, re
liable contructcrs consider not only how
cheaply they can buy material, but also
tbe quality of tho articles used,
g Messrs. W. V. F'urrey Ai Co., tbe old
time tried and never found-wanting
batdwaro dealers, at 165 North Spring
atreet, ure noted for threo things, viz:
The large anil well assorted stock of
builders' hardware they curry, extremely
low prices and tbe reliable quality of
their goods. Consult them before buying;
it is well worth your time and money.
To See California You Must
Oo around tto kite-shaped track. Ex
cursion tickets allowing stop-overs on sale
at all Santa Fe ticket oltices.
Our Home Brew
Malar .Si Zohe'.e In's fresh from their
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or tops.
Office and brewery,4ll Alisostreet; telephone

Clcctric Oil Stove
Or hot air furnace; tako your choice to heat
jour house this winter. Naucrth <fc Cass Hard
ware Company has them, 326 S. Spring st.
Hanlman Fish Co., San Pedro
Fresh fish and lobsters shipped diiect to all
points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from
cannery lv San l'edro, at lowest wholesale
Water Pipe
Wo offer at a bargain twenty thousand feet
7» s screw casing. Consult, Consolidated I'ipo
Co., 873 to 889 Stevenson aye, near Santa Fo
Eagle Brand Oysters
Call for tho Kagle Brand o( Ircsh frozen
oysters. Your grocer has them. They are s,
great delicacy.
Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl
On draft. 01> mpic Hall, 121 W. First St.,
W. Germs, prop. Tel. 274. Finest commer
cial lunch. Loavc orders lor bottled beer.
Free Dispensary
For the poor daily. Drs. Ltndley and Smith,
Broadway and Fourth. JMrtle Block.
Have you seen our Columbus Buggy Co.'s
bicyclo for 1896? Inspect samples, 210 N.
Maiu St., Hawlcy, King & Co.
Builders, Take Notice
Lumber at reduced rates. Get our prices
Ganahl Lumber company.
Save Undertakers' Commission
Hire your hacks for funerala, $2.00 each from
Gus Graham. Stand, Arcade depot, lei. 553.
Pabst Besrt Pabat Beerl
On draft at Joe Arnold's, 358 a Sprlnj St.
We are making a great run on our new 1896
model bicycle lor the low price of $05. Haw
ley, King «fc Co., 210 North Main street
Advanco Davis sewing machines removed to
407 S. Broadway, opposite Chamber Com
Sewing Machines rented $2 per month. 407
South Broadway.
Big Tree Carriage Works, 128 San Pedro St.
Concord business wagons a specialty
Dr. D. & Dlffenbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and
5. 119 a Spring st., i.os Angeles.
Everything on wheels, Hawloy, King & Co.,
210-212 N. Main street.
Dressmakers-All fashion books at Lang,
stadtcr's, 214 South Broadway.
Columbus Buggy co.s buggies are high
Dr. Harriet Hilton. 421 8. Hill street.
The County Surveyor Will Re
duce His Deputies
General Belief That Ihe Perjury Prose
cution Will Prove a Farce
The Real Principle Involved in Hauling the
Coroner lip by a Round Turn Will
Be Lost Sight Of
Tho county surveyor, Edward T.
Wright, makes the announcement that
tbe force of deputies in bis ollico will be
materially reduced on the Ist pro*. This
intelligence will be ijnite pleasing to the
taxpayers of Los Angeles county. Mr.
Wright has hail an extraordinarily largo
force of deputies, and the county has
regularly footeil tho bills caen month.
The fact that the unnecessary force is to
be eliniinaetd und the expanse corre
spondingly reduced is gratifying infor
mation. Tho Herald proposes to con
tinue to exert itself until other officers
follow the example of Mr. Wright.
It is universally believed by all lawyers
who have been consulted that tbo coro
»jr, Dr. George W. Campoull, cannot be
convicted on tho indictment tho grand
jury has presented against liim for per
jury. The reasons for this can be easily
stated. Tho basis of tbe indictment is
that Dr. Campbell, when ho presented a
hill for 15 for aach ono of sixty three
cases of death which lie investigated but
found no occasion to hold an inquest,
and swore that the cluims were correct,
justly due and unpaid, swore falsely.
Now there is no question about tbo fact
that the Sri fso Dr. Campbell claimed and
collected in crcryone of those cases was
Hut Was Dr. Campbell alone to blamo?
He certainly was not. The district at
torney by his deputy, Ueorge M. Holton,
endorsed every ono of those claims as a
legal charge against the county. Major
Donnell now admits that there is no sec
tion of the statute authorizing tno coro
ner to collect a fee. Yet he continued
to permit the coroner to collect it just
the same, and, in fact, sanctioned its col
It is by this system of careless ac
qulesence on the part of the district at
torney's oflice tbat the county has in
times gone by been mulcted in tbe sum
of thousands of dollars. Claims havo
been approved in utter defiance and vio
latoin of tho statute. This practice is
what Tbe Herald and every taxpayer de
sire, to see rendered unpopular.
Dr. Cambpell will, whon tho time
comes, in ail probability plead that lie
did not commit perjury, as lie supposed
the claim he was putting in was legal.
He will point to the fact that the district
attorney "OK" the claim us legal and
that his predecessor in ottice received it.
This will probably result in the doctor
being acquitted of the perjury allegation
if his ease ever conies to trial. Tben it
will be claimed that the doctor is a very
much abused individual.
Tno fact remains, however, that Doctor
Campbell lias in bis possession money
that tbo district attorney states was
secured from the public treasury on an
illegal claim. The doctor has not paid
the money back. He is still clinging to
it. Tne district attorney bas taken no
steps to recover it. It haa been suggested
that it is about lime for the county law
department to take steps t i get back that
money. The amount is small but tbo
principle involved is an important one.
It :s this. Is a party who has secured
money from the public treasury illegally
to rest in the peaceful possession of the
unlawfully obtained coin? If.he is. then
it is virtually putting a premium on dis
honesty in public oflice.
Tho prosecution of Dr. Campbell on
the perjury indictment is going to be a
roaring farce. It will come to nothinp,
and then wben it is knocked out tne
principlo which is really at stake will be
lost sight of. It is a very clever scheme,
but it was put rather crudely by some
incompetents and will fall to tbe ground.
The main point tbat the people want to
see gained is for Dr. Campbell to restore
money he bas collected tbat he is not
entitled to, and they further desire that
in the future tbe doctor avoid making
liis oflice unnnecessarily expensive, and
also thut he approve no more illepal de
mands of bis stenogiapher. Nobody de
sires to peisecute Dr. Campbell or to send
him to the penitentiary. Still tbe doctor
should have it in some way impressed
upon his mind that be must do the right
thing by the people wbom ho was elected
to serve.
The grand jury In the next return mado
to tho court will, ao it is hinted, report
some indictments which, whon the ar
rests are made upon them, cause some
further revelations as to the sateless
and diahonost manner in which tbe
funds of the county clerk's office wero
Handled during the incumbency of Trow
bridge H. Ward. There will be others
involved besides Frank Lowiy, but just
who tee parties arc cannot be stated now.
Mr. Ward's friends havo been making
a great rustle during tbe past few days
for some reason or other. The grand jury
will report Wednesday.
Three Thousand Hies From Their Home and
" Dead Broke "
All sorts of queer applications for as
sistance come before the board ol super
vlors and it takes a good deal to disturb
the equanimity of the members of tbat
august oody. Hut they were hardly pre
pared for a modest request preferred Sat
urday afternoon. The county legislators
bad got through with business and wero
sitting around discussing the grand jury,
politics and otber subjects of public in
terest, wben a man looking somewhat
the worse for wear came into the room,
and asked to see the chairman. He was
referred to Mr. Francisco to whom he
made known bis business. His name lie
said was 0. O. Barron, and became from
Ozark county, Missouri,bv wagon. Cali
fornia, he said, was a great place, but
all he wanted was a little assistance to
get buck to old Missouri. In answer to
questions, he said that be bad two
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
;Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
wagons, four horses, live children and a
wife. Hie wife, he said, was paralyzrd,
and bo tnought traveling around awhile
woind help her. He hud somo money
when ho started out, but he found travel
ing was much more expensive in Cali
fornia tban he hod anticipated, and con
sequently he had "gone broke," and was
stranded. He said he did not want to be
come a chargo on tho county and be
thought it would be cheaper to assist
nim on his way. Mr. Francisco suggest
ed that ho sell his outfit and uso tiie
money to pny railroad faro, but Mr. Bar
ron demurred to tbis. He referred to the
low price of horses, an.i said that he did
not think bo could clear up more than
$10 for the whole of his possessions. He
hud been helped along before and he
could not see why it could not be done
again. Mr. Barron whs finally referred
to the Associated Charities ami also told
to call at the newspaper olbces and tell
his story.
The family iscmiped on College street,
between Mam and San Fernando, back of
Jones Bros. laundry, where they can be
seen today.
Balloon Ascension
The balloon ascension at the end of toe
Temple street car lino yesterday after
noon was witnessed by a large crowd.
Prof. Hagar went up for the lirst time In
his new balloon and dropped witb the
pnruchnte from a height ot nearly half a
mile. Scarcely nny wind was stirring and
tbe gn at pas bag rosa and descended
within view of everyone.
G. H. Clegg of Anaheim Is"at"Tbe"Na
August Andreae of New York is at
the Nadeau.
J, H. Clancy, the postmaster of Ven
tura, is at the Nadeau.
Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Ilrunson of Joliet,
111., are at the Hollenbeck.
H. J. Hark and wifo of Lafayette,
Ind., are at tho Westminster.
F. A. McKlhono and wife of Dallas,
Tex., are at Ihe Westminster.
A. Hamburger, tbe dry goods man of
San Francisco, is at the Nadeau.
H. I'osener, a well-known merchant ot
San Francisco, is at the Nadeau.
D. J. Canary, the uQtod trick bicycle
rider of Chicago, is at tho Hollenbeck;.
Stephen Woodward and F. Woodward
of London, England, are at ths Hollen
Dr. E. L. Duett, tbe resident surgeon
of the Soldiers' Hume, is at the Hollen
Mark Plaisted, the editor of the River
side Daily Enterprise, is at tbe Hollen
U. S. Grant and wife and Mrs. Jesse
P.. Grant oi San Diego are at the West
Mrs. J. R. McPherson, Miss McPher
son and maid of Washington, D. C, are
at tho Westminster.
Late arrivals at the Abbotsford Inn are
J. E. Cook, Spencer Srnitn, New York;
Mrs. George Kafer, Mrs. Halpb Sheldon,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Charlotte Wheeler,
Kalamazoo, Tex.
Horace D. Perry, formerly of this city
nnd now of Evansvilie, Indiana, ia here
on a combined pleasure and business
J. M. Meyer, a resident for many years
of Juiapa, state of Vera Cruz, Mexico,
will make his permanent home in this
city. His arrival here is expected soon.
The high school alumni will meet to
morrow evening at tho residence of Miss
Mary Foy, 851 South Pearl street, instead
of at tbe his!) school building as on
former occasions.
Mrs. Fred A.Cooper has returned from
San Francisco, where she has been visit
ing relative* for about three weeks past.
She was quits ill while there but is now
| fully recovered, a tact which ber many
' friends will be glad to learn.
George W. Robinson. M. IL, after a fe*
months' visit to his former home in New
York City, has returned to Los Angeles.
He spent two weeks in Atlanta, visiting,
of course, (the exposition. The doctor
speaks enthusiastically of the Los An
geles exhibit.
The Allahabad, India, Pioneer of tbe
date of October 9th, announces tbe death
of Minnie, wife of .lames Craw, woo
formetly reside! in Han Diego and Los
Angeles and who is a brother of Alexan
der Crat-, tho state entomologist, who
lives in this city.
A Lovely House
New and modern and by modern wo
mean up-to-date place of live rooms with
a line big cellar and small barn, cement
walks anil pretty yard. This place is No.
619 East Twenty-first street, one block
east of Central avenue and goes for $1850.
SHOO cash und balance $25 a month and
this includes interest. If you want a nice
bouse here is your chance for what you
pay rent. l.angworlby Co., 220 South
Spring street.
If you live out of town send ,or samples and
prices of our wed ling invitations. We know
how to co this work just right and will please
you. U, M. Leo tt Bro., ldo N. Spring stieet.
I Am Glad
To tell whet Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for cie. I had the grip and its ill effects
settled all over
mxv bS£jW5&, me. I had cramps
In my legs and
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$y cles. I also had
X Hood's Sarsapa
fflraffilllW* riila - °" c t>o"le
cured thecramp,
AHi and Bnot h er has
/iv\ I helped my stom-
I trouble
greatly. I have taken 8 bottles and
use Hood's Pills which are the best I ever
took." H. A. Melvin, Sisters, Oregon.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
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Prominently in the public eye today.-
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The New No. 2 . <, •'
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Dr, Wong Young'
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Men, 'women and children treated.
j Office—Residence, 116 E. Seventh St.
Hours, Bto 11 a. m.. 2tosp. m. Evenings
and Sundays by appointment.
le lft SouilreTn Mi
During this season of the year tho
most pieasant route, to the entire east,
with no high altitudes or snow block
adea, is via EL PASO and the
HS I II ill.
Between California snd Chicago, St. Louts tat
Arkansas Hot Springs without, change. For in
• tenv't'"" ani'lv u,..|v ncpnt of X P. Co.. or tS
T. F. FITZGERALD, Traveling Pass. AgL,
121 California st., San Francisco, Cal.
Hand-picked, South Field
Wellington Lump
V M* ■ Delivered.
Cement and
Catalina Island Soapstor.e.
for w. T. Co'a ocean excursion steamers, tugs,
yachts and pleasure launtdics. Tciepuoue J
i 1 .. REDUCfiD FEE 1
The Morgan Oyster Co.
0. C. MORQAN, ilanager
Wholesale ana Retail Dtalcrs In
Fish, Game, Poultry, Oysters
... And All Kinds of Shell Fish .. .
Packers of the celebrated EAGLE BRAND of fresh froz;n Oysters
Telephone 185 Stalls I to 9 Golden Eagle market
P. O. Box 856 .. . 329-333 S. riain St., Los Angeles
____________ AMUSEMENTS
C. M. Wood, Lessee. H, C. Wtatt, Manage*
3 Nights and Saturday riatinee, Beginning THURSDAY night, dec 12. the Nan*.
leon ot Necromancers
HERRMANN...the great
In liis marvelous entertainment _ _. tho Hypnotic Sensation "TRlLBY,"aidcd by Ultm
I HERRMANN in her bewildering Spectacular Danco Creatious. "
PRICF.S-2DC, 50c, 75e, $1, $1.00.
SOUTH MAIN ST., S\ Performance every ev'g,
JBet. First and Second. fl(r\..A. \- including Sundays
A liiil resplendent with rare novelties and specialties.
BADI ALFARABI, The Peerless Russian Equilibrist—ANDO and OMNEand LITTLE ALL
HIGH I, Celebrated Oriental Wonders—BOG AHD BROTHERS nnd their Trained Grizzly
Boars, and a Grand Olio oi Novelties. MATINEES StTI'RDAY nnd sPXHAY.
BURBHNK THEHTER Fred A. Cooper, Manager
MAIN STREET, between Fifth and Sixth.
rionday Evening, December 9th.
La<t week but one of THE FRAWLEY COMPANY (from the Columbia Theater, S. F.,) Monday,
lucsJny, \\ ednesday and Thursday evenings,
" Young Mrs. Winthrop."
Friday, Saturday and Sunday nnd Saturday Matinee. "CAPTAIN SWIFT."
Popular Prices, 150. 800, Sdo and 00c. Loge soats, 75c. Box seats, $1.00. Monday evening.
December 10th. "LOST PARADISE." "
Oil and Water Color Paintings
During this week, ending I STUDIO 110 WEST SECOND STREET,
Saturday, December uth. i Between Spring and Main Streets.
ILLINOIS HHLL™ Cor. Sixth and Broadway
"Hypnotism; Its Use and Abuse"
Tyndall as Svengalli I By PROFS. TYNDALL AND BELL
Makes You Laugh TWO NKirITS-December nth and uth-Wednesday night, Prof
,, , v- Bell on Hypnotism; Its Use, with demonstrations by Prof Tvn.
Makes You Lry dalL Thursday night, Pro! Bell on Hypnotism; Its Abuse, with
— •Smm ■■■■■■■■■■■nanal demonstrations by I'rof. Tyndall. Admission to any part of tbe
house. 25c.
NEW IrTIENNH BUFFET, 114110. Courtstreet, Los Angeles, Cal
With Family Entrance and Family Departments.
Refined Entertainment Saturday
Every eveninrr from 7:30 to 12 o'clock, consisting of a choice selection of vocal and instrumen
tal music. Matinees Monday nnd Saturday from 12 to 1. Every Friday Amatour Night. At
the New Vienna may always be found the lending European datlyand weekly papers, includ
ing London Times, Paris Figaro, Berliner Tageblatt, Wiener Freie l'resse, etc., etc. Finest
cuisine, commercial lunch and meals a la cart • at nil hours.
THE PHLHCE Corner First and Spring sts., under the proprietorship ot
GUNTHER & BEKNHARD, has re opened tho season as a
With the celebrated BERTH-FAMILY, formerly with Vienna Buffet.
Big Toy Department
ofthe Grimes=Stassforth Stationery Co., at Old Boston store, N. spring st.
'I ' /~~\ \/ O of every desorlptlon, Games, Christmas Cards and Calendars, I'hotogreph
I I I V N Albums, Leather Goods, eic. Also, the usual stock of these goods at tne old
1 1 <-> stand in Temple blk. plenty oi salespeople, quick service, prompt delivery.
right prices. '*
Iron and wood working Machinery Beating, Packing. Wood Pulleys, Drnamos. Motors tM
Electrical Supplies. THE MACHIMUHY KCrPLY CO., 105 N. Broadway, tkmtilift
■ ———.
Something New
This May Benefit You
If you have upon your face a mole or Ugly
hair, or murk or wart thai troubles or blemish -
tiiat disllgurcs. or painful cancer, ulcer or old !
sore of any sort or kind, from any cause, no I
matter what nor where, we can tiie same re
move and cure, without the aid of acid, elec
tricity or knife, without the shedding of one
drop of blood or causing pain, or leaUng in its
place a scar.
Home Health Co.
Fourth and Broadway.
J. M. Griffith, Pres. John T. Griffith. V.-Prei. !
F. T. Griffith, Secretary and Treasurer
Geo. It. Waitcs, Supt. of Mill. '
Lumber Dealers, j
And manufacturers of 1
Afiisiic Mill work 01 Every Descripiioo. j
Poors, Windows, Blinds and Stairs.
M 4 N. ALAMEDA ST.. Los Angeles, CsA
Anita Cream
DR. WONG HIV, who has practiced medi
cine in l.os Angeles ior years, and,
whose office is at 630 Upper Main street, will
treat by medicine all diseases of women, men
and children The doctor claims that he has
remedies that are su parlor to all other!* as a
specific lor troubles o! women and men. a
trial will convince the sick that Dr. Wong
Hint's remedies are the roost eitinaeious that
can be prescribed. Dr. Wonp Him is a Chinese
physician ol prominence and a gentleman uf
responsibilttv. His reputation is more than
well established, nnd ail persons needing hi*
services can rely on his skill mid ability. A
cure ia guarantee i in every case iv which a
recovery is possible. Herb medicines ior sale.
639 Upper Main St., Los Angele]
WA TER 2:16 West First.

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