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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Temperature—Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles, March 17. The barometer Is reduced to sea level. Bar. H'm WM, 14 IB 13 i BW Vel-W iher 1 PtcMy 2 > Clear 6 :"0 a. m. 6 :00p. m. J 53 ' 74 Maximum temperature, 74. Minimum Temperature, 54. WEAtHXR Report—United states department of agriculture weather report, received at Los Angeles, March IT, 1896. Bar | Tci.V|.MaxTeni Wnd YV'ther 30.00 74 ' 74 BW Clear H4 MS NW I'tv civ :<aOK! 74 74 N PtyCly 30.12 Oil 08 SK Cloudy 30.14 oo 70 W PtyCly Itaaol 00 08 1 NVf Clear " Pan FRANCISCO, March 17. —For Southern Cal fernta: fair Wedne-dav; light variable winds. Rooms $2 a week and up. 17. S. hotel. Easter cards at Laugstadter's, 214 South Broadway. Orr & Hines, undertakers, removed to 647 South Broadway. Tel. Main 65. Game dinner today at the Ralston, .115 West Third. Music by the Ralston quartet. Sharp & Samson, funeral directors (in dependent.) 530 South Spring street. Tel. 1029. If Harold Morton will call at the Herald office he will receive some valuable infor mation. The vote on the annexation question will take place on Saturday. Put the Kin the right place. The Jonathan club will tonight organize • Fiesta club. Something new and orig inal is promised. Theoaophy—Kree public lecture at 228 West Tenth street this evening at 7:30. Everybody invited. Colonel Morford of the street superin tendent's office, has gone to San Francisco on a few days' visit. Mackay A- Young, the school house con tractors, ask the council to inspect and accept the fourteen new structures. * ! Los Angeles circle. C. of F., will give an entertainment and dance this evening at tlie hall, 1 07]4 North Main street. The monthly inspection of the police de partment took place yesterday atlo:4,"i. Ad the men turned out and made a Que allowing. $1 a week buys an Elgin or Waltham watch, the best there is. Strictly tine repairing. W. A. <i- Son, 400 S. Spring st. An old soldier named J. W. Morrel is in the county jail for insanity, and w ill come before a medical commission today for ex amination. R : ght Rev. J. 11. Johnson, first incum bent of Loa Angeles diocese, will Arrive in the city tomorrow evening at 0 cclock by the Santa Fe limited train. The regular Third Ward Republican club will meet this evening at 7,30 in Judge Owens' court room. Tiie election of officers will take place. Adorns Bros., dentists. 239 X. South Spring street. Painless tilling and extract ing. Best sets of teeth from $0 to $10. Honrs, s to 5: Sundays 10 to 12. On a warrant alleging battery, John Keprouee, a tailor, was yesterday arrested by Officer Long. Nepronee will be ar raigned today in tne police court. Lizzie Turner was arrested on New High street at 11 cclock last night, by Officer Talamentes, for vagrancy. Lizzie was soliciting on the streets when taken in. John D. Biddle is in the city jail on a misdemeanor change, a warrant having been sworn to in Justice Rossiter's court and served on him yesterday afternoon. Louis Kttinger, tho paroled convict from San t-iuentin, who violated his conditional release, was taken north by a penitentiary officer last night to serve out his sentence. Gendron '96 model tricycle, $100: Reh . ance *96 model bicycle,s7."»; Juveniles' 'I*o model bicycle, $30 and $33, at Southern California arms Co., 113 W. First st., Los Angeles, On and afler Thursday, March IfHh, Mine. Josephine, 1117 South Broadway, will have on exhibition her elegant im ported pattern hats and all the latest nov elties in fine millinery. Constable Oaks yesterday placed J. B. Gyle, John Harp and T. da t'ourt behind the bars of the county hastile as United htates prisoners, on a charge of forgery. The men are f rom BukersHekl. A united Lenten service of all the Epis copal churches in the city w ill be held in St. John's church. West Adams street, this evening at 7 :15 ocloek. 'the sermon will be preached by Rev. John Gray. The Los Anceles W. ('. T. D. will hold an interesting meeting today at 2:30 p. m. in the First Baptist church. Sixm and Broad way. Miss Mary Met'lees of New York city, will give an address on Kitchen Gard ening. The Wilmington Transportation com pany will run a special excursion to Cata - lina island on Saturday. Tid.ets will he ttood until the following Wednesday. The Southern Pacilio train will leave the Ar cade depot at 1 :10 p.m. Dr. Rehecea Lee Dorsey, Stimson block, first floor, rooms 111:1, 134, 135. Special attention given to obstetrical cases aud all diseases of women and children. Elec tricity scientifically used. Consultation hours. 1 to 5. Tel. 1277. Professor W. F. Skeeie gave a recital on the line organ at the First Congregational church last night. The organist was as sisted by Mrs. Auld Thomas, the soprano. In vocal selections, and by Miss Maude Willis in recitations. School teachers of ciiy and county schools should take advantage of tho special oiler at Ltchtenberger's art emporium, 107 Jiorth Main street. This week you can pur chase a beautifully framed picture of any patriot, author or composer for only $1. A big auction sale of twenty pianos will take place on Friday at 2p.m. at 427 South Broadway, Broadway hotel block. The pianos are mostly uprights and have had very little use. Will he sold without reserve. Thomas i>. t 'lark, auctioneer. John Beck was tnkon to the police sta tion at 1 ocloek this morning for being drunk. At the same time J. F. Cronin and John Mcbride were booked on suspicion, they being in tlie intoxicated man's com pany and suspected of trying to "roll" him. Mr. Ed. T. Grundatrem, the popular salesman of the Massachusetts shoe store, 120 West First, has achieved much notori ety among the shoe salesmen of the city by the able manner in which he has conducted the advertising of tiie great special sale they are now having Free exhibition of Symons' great paint ing, Sunset from Mount Lowe, with snow scenes antl numerous other views just taken along the line of the Mount Lowe railway, at oflice of Mount Lowe Springs company, dealers in the purest of ail waters, corner Third and Broadway. Los Angeles, Cal. Mount Pleasant Council No. 147, Fra ternal Aid association, of Hoyls Heights, will hold thdr monthly social on Thurs day night of this week in tlie <Y. O. C. W. hall. These socials ur« becoming popular on the Heights, atid in consequence a good time is looked for by tho members unu their friends. A lady called at the police station last evening in high dudgeon aud reported the loss of her pet canary from her front porch at 121 N. Broadway. She left hor singer hanging in his cage and went down town. On her return bird, cage and all were miss ing, and the police were sought to recover tbe feathered pet. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Telegraph company, corner of First and Springs streets, for the following persons: Sol A. Metzger, John I). Jones, Jas. R. Meskimen, C. K. Blair, Mrs. Eleanor Hart, J. H. Hess, H. A. Lewis, 1. M. Raynard, Satnl L. Gil land, Robert Gray. For Fifty Years Hri. W Inflow's Soothing Syrup has been used jnrcMlAren teething. II soothes the chill, softens the gums, allays ail pain, cures wind colic and la ths beat remedy lor diarrboea* Twenty-nvs cants a bottle. WAS RESTORED TO DUTY PATROL DRIVER COX IS AGAIN AT THE RIBBONS A Still Hunt to Carry the Annexation Elec tion on Saturday -The Police Department Annual Is Nit—No rtoney Appropriate! for the Printing Police Officer Cox. who drives the patrol wagon, ia ngain on duty after a suspension of one week. Tho charge of disrespect to a superior and discourtesy to a brother officer, against him, were yesterday tbe subject of discussion before the police commission. Cox's son had been arrested tor a minor offense last week, and it was out of this fact that the charges against tlie father had grown. Cox admitted the charges as made, and on motion of Commissioner Cook the offi cer was lined one week's pay. that being the time for which he was suspended, antl was then ordered to be restored to duty. The resignation of Officer E. Laria Zewieeke from tlie force was accepted. Applications for ualoon licenses were granted to D. Is. Jerrol at 228 South Spring street; to Otto Kummerieltt at 100 South Alameda street; to Dennis Felix at 800 East Fifth street. Superintendent of Parks Andrew T. Garey arid his subordinates at the various parks were made special officers as fol lows : Frank K. Adams, at Central park; TV. M. Mead, at Plaza park, aud David H. Woods, at Kast Side park. Tlie following new applications for sa loon licenses were referred for investiga tion: F. L. Runge, at 440-511 Katnirez street: James Zirbes, at 823 Kast Fifth street: Henry Kdelman, at 105 South spring street; Holtermand & Huehser, at 371 East First street; Fred Shaefer, 117 Ram irez street. The applications of D. C. Owens and J. T. Ho!comh, to be appointed members of the regular police force, were placed among the tiles. SATURDAY* BPHOIAIj ELECTION. Tlie friends of annexation are lying very low. as they have been ever since the second campaign for the greater Loa An geles has begun. Tlie election takos place on Saturday and the general opinion is that the proposition will this lime cany with it but little opposition. The campaign in its favor lias ttiis time been a still hunt, the assumption among the friends of an nexation being that their failure in the first attempt was largely due to the noisy tactics of their offensive campaign. The charge is made that in the first want. Councilman George Stockwell up pointed upon tho election board, only Re publicans. •nn: chief is nrnsitraisnra Tlie annual report of the police depart ment for the year 1805 is out in pamphlet form* The book contains 1 1 pages of j printed matter, including tlie roster ot the j department in full. Upon the first page of the volume is a cut of John M. Glass in : full uniform. xtiree hundred copies of the report were j printed at a cost of $22.00. the half-tone of the chief making tlie bill for the work aggregates2s. The council lias so far re fused to appropriate the money for tlie ] publication in book form of the various annual municipal reports, and tlie police department is tlie only one which has had tbe courage to have the work done upon its own hook. The members of the sup ply committee say that ihey will not audit a requisition for the purpose, and the pre sumption is that (Hass will pay the bill from his private funds. BAY THE JOB IS DONE Mackey & Young have Hied tile follow- Inff, addressed to the council: We desire to inform you that the four teen school houses contracted to be built by us are completed antl occupied, and we desire your honorable body to inspect and accept them, subject to any inconsiderable items that may be required in the out houses o f said buildings, which we hold ourselves ready to do at all times. JUSTICE is WANTED The following lias been liled with the city clerk: To the Honorable City Council-On the 29th of May, 1895, I made application to connect with sower on Ninth street, be* tweeen San Julian and San Pedro streets, my lot being lot 27 of tlie Goldswortby tract. I was charged $27 for the privilege of connecting with said sewer, which i paid tlie street superintendent. 1 am now called upon to pay Friek Bros, for a new sewer just put in by them. lam .told by them that lam entitled to the $27 paid in May last. May I ask that justice be done in the matter? W. H. Griffin. THE BUILDING RECORD The building record for the two days of the present week includes permits for new residences aggregating in value $10,850, tile most important being as follows: To Christiana Dufton for a $1000 dwell ing on Thirtieth street near Central ave nue; to J. A. BmitU for a $1000 dwelling on tiladys avenue near Fifth street: to Minnie S. Chapman for a $1200 dwelling on Star street near Fifteenth; to Chas. Krempel for a $1000 dwelling ou Crocker steet near Third; to Anna Koss for a $1000 dwelling on Cottage Place near Ber nard street: to Mrs. Mary Skinner fcr a $1000 dwelling on Truman street near Downey avenue; to.I. ('. .loralman for a $-050 dwelling on Union avenue near Twenty-third street. CITY HALL FLOTSAM The mayor is reported to be improving. He was out of bed for a short time yester day. Whether or not to take a trip out of town for the purpose of thoroughly recu perating his health has not yet been fully determined. A numerously signed petition asking for the removal of a railing and stairway lead ing to tho cellar of the building known as I'aulk's hall at 1221 and 1220 Washing ton street, was filed with the city clerk yes terday. EAST LOS ANGELES Eighteen new houses are being erected on the Kurtz street tract, just east of the bridge. Work on the county hospital sewer is dragging along slowly. Workman street is all torn up and left in bad shape for travel. Work on it was stopped on Friday night. Much complaint is heard regarding the running of open cars in wet weather by tlie electric railway people. The foot bridge which was reported on favorably by the bridge committee has not yet materialized. The street ou the north side of the park has never bten put in order after the track was laid down by the electric company. Tlie young Democrats on this side of the avenue are about to form a club and do good work in the coming campaign. RUPTURE Professor Joseph Fandrey, European specialist, formerly of Berlin, Germany, now permanently located at 821 South Broadway, Los Angeles, is a practical rupture specialist and manufactures the latest patent trusses (his own invention) for curing rupture, also corsets for curva> ture of the spine, female supporters, etc. Each case will be made to fit. Over forty almoat helpless cases of from two to twen ty years' standing, some twice broken, are today cured and have no more uae for truss. Patients from two to seventy-five years of age. Information and testimoni als will be sent free on application. A Little Disappointment Some of our best regular customers are going to feel bad very shortly if they do not come and get at least one pair of the good shoes offered so cheap during the great sale at the Massachusetts shoe store, 129 West First street, near Spring. Call tel. 243 for ambulance. Eregelo A Breaee, Sixth and Broadway. Mr prlcei for wallpaper beat all the elty. A A, JSetutrom, 324 Kouth Spring atreeu IsOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDXESDAY MOKXIXtt. MAT.CIT 18, 1896. IT WAS A CLUMSY FORGERY THE BUCKLEY PROXY WITH THE SIONA TUKE OP THOMAS SAVAQE Savage Never Sent the Document and Says He Docs Not Know Who Imitated His Signature-The Latest Notes In the Field ol Local Politics Some one of the San Francisco lambs of Christopher A. Buckley is guilty of a for gery of the rankest kind and the victim of the crime is Councilman Thomas F. Sav age of ihis city. During the meeting of the Democratic state central committee last Saturday af ternoon James C. Nealon, ex-assessor of San Francisco county, sought to vote the proxy of Savage. In authorization of his right in the premises Nealon produced the following letter signed by the Eighth ward councilman: Los Am.ki.i s, March 10, 1896. To the Chait man of the Democratic State Central Committee, San Francisco: This is to certify that I have given the bearer, James 0. Nealon, the privilege to vote my name by proxy at the meeting of your honorable body. . Martin Marsh was at the meeting end he had only two hours before received from Chairman Frank T. Gould a telegram ad dressed to tho latter and signed by Savage, authorizing Marsh to represent him (Sav age) at the meeting. Marsh had already voted as a result for Savage upon two sep arate roll calls. He was voting and was known to be a Buckley sympathizer, so that the Buckley forgery of his name is all tbe more unexplainablc. The adherents of the Blind White Devil left no stone unturned in their fight before the state committee, hence the bold forgery of Thomas Savage's name to the proxy sought to he utilized by James C. Nealon. Savage said yesterday that he had never sent the letter proxy above to San Fran cisco and that his telegraphic proxy to Martin -Marsh was genuine. Savage does j not know how the fake proxy got to San I Francisco or who among tiie Buckleyites conceived the brilliant itieaof sending it out into an unfeeling and unappreciative world. The scheme was certainly a boldly , barefaced fraud and so showed itself upon 1 its face. Savage's signature is a clumsy ! forgery antl so is every word in tiie docu ment from its opening to its closing sen ! tonce. I Judge James ('. Daly, ex-city attorney of j Los Angeles, ex-deputy attorney-general I and present code commissioner of tlie j state, is in the city. Judge Daly may be one of the delegates from this district to ! the Republican national convention. He !is at present a farmer and resides in Yen ! tura county. Tlie judge being a New j Yorker, is for Levi P. Morton for presi- I dent. He is also responsible for having | turned down the Spreckles' faction in the : recent meeting of the Republican state I central committee. j Ex-Governor Lionel A. Sheldon is now ' said to be a full-fledged candidate for j ''nited States senator to succeed Governor I George 0, Perkins, whose term expires J next March, Colonel H. G. Otis, wiio declined the vice j presidency because no one had tendered him tiie job. returned home yesterday from j tbe east. As a result the local stock of William McKinley has fallen below treez ! ing point during tbe paßt fifteen hours. J No steps have as yet been taken toward ca'iing together the Republican conven tion of this, the sixth congressional district, for tiie selection of delegates to the coming state convention. Hon. Hervey Lindley, who will probably go to St. Louis as a delegate to the Bepub i lican national convention, is for William 'B. Allison for president. Both men are i lowans. NEW INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL TO BE STARTED BY THE STIMSON LAFAY ETTE INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION The Monthly rteetlng ol Others Yesterday. Plans for a New Building Inspected—Out line of Future Work Being Formulated. Synopsis of the Work A monthly meeting of the Stimson Lafa yette Industrial association was held yes terday morning at the Lafayette school, in i the vicinity of First and Alameda streets. Mrs. ('. N. Flint presided. Plans for a | new building were presented and oonsld- I ered. Ways and means were discusst-d and various committees appointed. Tho meeting was held in the Lafayette ! Kindergarten school founded about four ; years ago through tlie efforts of Mrs. Stim * Bon which she has now donated to the as sociation antl which will be the nucleus of i the intended building and its character— ! that of teaching girls such knowledge of | household duties as washing, ironing, cook | ing, sewing, etc. Later, as ttie work widens, other forms of education for girls ' and ultimately for boys are looked forward to, iv those lineß that w ill lit them to be come self-supporting men and women. The movement was set on foot a few weeks ago at the call of Mrs. Stimson. Since then plans have been rapidly formu lating, and, judging from the members, whose names have always been identified j with those interests that tend toward the growth and advancement of benevolence I and charitable enterprises, the develop i ment of an institution noble in spirit and ! wide in influence may be presaged. A history of the present school, and of the facts bearing on its extension, as well as a description of the enlarged building and a more comprehensive account of its character and aims, will shortly bo in read iness for the public, whose interest and co operation are anticipated. The officers are: Honorary president, Mrs. T. i). Stimson; president, Mrs. C, N. I Flint; iirst vice-president, Mrs. L. C. I Black; second vice-president, Mrs. Charles Monroe: third vice-president, Mrs. L. W. Blinn; recording secretary, Mrs. J, F. Waterman: financial secretary, Mrs. C. B. Jones: treasurer, Mr. Andrew P. West: board of directors, Mmes. T. U. Stimson, A. M. Stephen?. Wm. G. Kerckhoff, C. M. Flint, L. C. Black, J. E. Conelis, Felix Howes, L. W. Blum, Elmira T. Stephens, Messrs. T. I). Stimson, L. W. Blinu. W. C. Patterson, Wm. G. Kerckholf, H. Jevne, Dr. 0. B. Jones, J. K. Newberry, Dr. John Haynes and Homer Earl. Board of managers—Mmes. T. I). Stim son, I. Lazarus, C. W. C. Ford, F. W. Bur nett,.l. T. Jones, Willard Stimson. W. C, Patterson, K. .1. Waters, W. M. Hamlin, Mary E. Threlkeld, Frank Wiggins, J. P. Waterman, J. K. Haynes, Charles Monroe, J.S. Vosburg, J. V. Sartori and Mr. K. J, tVaters. Advisory board—Judge A. M. Stephens, H. New-mark, I N. Van Nuys, Wm. Priu bam, John E. Plater, T. D. Stimson, Frank Wiggins, Dr. C. B. Jones, I. M. Elliott, Frank Burnett, Captain Cross, Wm, Stim son, Mmes. J. M. Elliott, C. Parsons, Felix Howes. Marriage Licensee The following marriage licenses were issued by the county clerk yesterday: Helm Schmidt, a native of California, aged 21! years, and Anna J. Simmons, a naiive of California, aged 20 years, both residents of this city. Harrison Morse, a native of Nebraska, aged 24 years, and Henrietta Trieschman, a native of Nebraska, aged 20 years, both residents of Los Angeles. John S. Batkin, a native of New York, aged 40 years and a resident of Chicago, and Tamar B. Meader, a native of Califor nia, aged 18 years and a resident of V er dugo. The finest wedding Invitations or announce* muui.v either printed cr engraved, at reason able prices, iutnisued by 11. M. Lee St 8r0.,140 N. Spring Bt. POLICE COURT JOTTINGS WHAT WAS DONE BY THE TWO JUSTICES IN YESTERDAY'S SESSIONS Another Heavy Batch ol Drunkards—A Va grant Negress tines to Jail to Serve Out an Old Sentence-Bert Bell, the Tomcat Killer, Is Discharged Besides conducting the preliminary ex amination of Elisha L. Bennett, Justice Rossiter yesterday disposed of a large number of petty offenders who had been gathered in by the police over night- Twelve names wero called for drunken ness. Of these three received $8 or three days, W. Kelley was ordered to pay the same sum without the alternative of im prisonment, while Ed Morrison was given until 6 ocloek tonight to dig up the three cart-wheels necessary to liquidate his line. J. T. White, Dave McGannon. Mike Ryan. Frank West and W. Miller were each allotted $5 or live days. No complaint was filed against A. B. Powell and he was discharged. Having only recently been released from jail William Nichols was somewhat at a loss what to say in extenua -1 tion of himself for so soon appearing in j court again. He told the justice that lio had a Bevere stomach acho and had taken I just a nip to remedy it. Butting on a severe look his honor asketl whether the I ailment liad been cured, anil on being as [ sured that it had, sent Nichols to his old quarters for twenty-five days more. I The examination of Zenon Oropego and Francisco I'ortilio on a disturbing the peace j charge was postponed until March 29. j Wallace Montgomery posted bills on Third j street in violation of a city ordinance and did not appear to answer, forfeiting his $5 I cash bail. C.Frank, ti. Frank, H. Pedlar and E. Henshaw were released oil their own recognizance to appear, for disturbing the peace, on Friday, .losio Smith, the va grant, will plead to the charge today. For making away with a hatchet of tho value of no cents Ah Jim was arraigned. He has a prior conviction of petty latoeny against him, having stolen a stove on .1 line 29, IKII4. He stole the hatchet from Thomas B. Clarke, on First street, anil is being prosecuted for felony. G. C. < omp ton had his examination for felony post poned till tlie 31st. Ho is out on bond. Eliza Mougin was dismissed on a vagrancy charge and her $50 bail was drawn down. B. F. Taylor will have his examination on the charge of embezzling a typewriter con tinued to March 20, A buxom colored wench, Belle Williams, some time since had a floater of 100 (lays given her for vagrancy. Being egain ar raigned for the same offense, siie was sent below to serve out her time. Officer R. E. Henderson was arraigned on a warrant charging malicious mischief. The Tuck Sing company w ill prosecute him for breaking a table and two chairs in their place at 765 Alameda street Satur day night last. Henderson was arrested in the police station by Officer Rico and in court demanded a jury trial. Ho was ac commodated and will be heard on April S at 10 a. m. Justice Owens discharged Bert Bell, who came up for sentence for shooting a big tomcat which disturbed his slumbers. Ho was charged with discharging Urer.rms within the city limits. J. C. Martin had the battery case against him dismissed, the evidence being wenk. Ah Ching sold lottery tickets in Mott alley and was con victed of so doing. He will be sentenced on the 24th. NEW FRATERNAL ORDER The Frsternsl Brotherhood is Now In Ex istence Los Angeles lodge No. 1 of Tlie Fraternal Brotherhood was instituted at 125 South Spring street by Supervising President C. P. Dandy and Supervising Secretary G. S. Bartholomew last night with about 100 members. Four hundred and sixty applica tions were received and placed on file. Tho following officers were elected for the ensu ing term: Past president, S. Maas; pres ident, C. A. Luckenbach: vice-president, E. H, Hutchinson; chaplain, - HalTord; secretary, G. L. Davidson: treasurer. War ren Gillelen; sergeant, W.J. I.indenfeld; master-at-arms, M. A. Bronson; 1. D. K„ H. G. Mason; O. D. X., I). C. McGarvin; physicians, Dr. C. E. Stoner, Dr. W. C Burke. best of All To cleanse the system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when tlie spring lime comes, ÜBe the true and perfect remedy. Syrup of Figs. <me bottle will answer for all the family antl costs only 50 cents; the large size $1. Buy the genuine. Manu factured by the California Fig Syrup com pany only, and for sale by all druggists. JOTTINGS Our Home Brew Mafer A Zobe'.eln's lager, fresh from tholi brewery, on draught in all the principal sa icons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. CfUce and brewery, 414 A'lirostreet; telephoue 81. Hanfman Fish Co., San Pedro Fresh fish and lobsters shipped direct to au points in Arizona, Texas and Mexico, from cannery la ban Pedro, at lowest wholesale pilots, Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl On draft Olympic Hall, 121 W. First It. W. Garms, prop. Tel. 274. Finest cemmer* rial hutch. Leave orders for bottled beer. Eagle Brand Oysters Call for the Eagle Brand of fresh frozen oysters. Your grocer has them. They are a great delicacy. Free Dispensary For the poor daiiy. Drs. Lindley and Smith, Broadway and Fourth. Pirtle Block. Hawley, King & Co., 210 N. Main st., agents genuine Columbus Buggy company's buggies and bicycles. Advanco Davis sewing machines removed to 407 S. Broadway, opposite Chamber Com merce. Largest variety Concord business wagons and top delivery wßgons. Hawley, K.iug it Co. Pabst Beerl Pabst Beerl On draft at Joe Arnold's, ;«•>* S, Sprlnz s- Big Tree Carriage Works, 128 San Pedro St. Concord business wagons a specialty Dr. P. S. Diffenbacher, dentist, rooms 4 and 5,110 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. 1896 — 1!) lbs. Keatings—"SOS days ahead of them all." Hawley. King ft Co, Dressmakers—All lushion books at Lan- stadter's, 214 South Broadway. Everything en wheels, Hawley, King &Co., 210-212 N, Main St. Sowing Machines rented 8H per month. 407 South Broadway. Dr. Harriet Hilton. 424 a Hill street All pieces of wallpaper greatty reduced. A A. Kckatrom, 324 South Bprlng street PANTS WAIFS FROM THE STREETS MONSIGNOR NUGENT TELLS OF HIS GREAT LIFE WORK Mvi the Boya end the dlrls and tha rien and the Women Will All Be Hotter The Work ol Reclamation Carried on In English Cities Monsignor Nugent talked to en au dience of several hundred people at the assembly rooms of the Friday Morning club last night, the subject of bis address being the reclamation and reformation of strays and waifs of both sexes from the public streets. The sneaker is one of the foremost au thorities upon the subject matter discussed by him, now living. He has been engaged for over thirty-two years and has made it his life work. Upon the platform with Father Nugent sat, among others, E. R. Threlkeld, Bishop Montgomery and Key. I'eter C. Yorke of San Francisco. Tlie object of last night's address was to awaken an interest in the Newsboys' home of this city, for which institution an at tempt is at present being made to raise the necessary funds Willi which to purchase certain real estate needed for a new build ing. Father Nugent last night told his hearers of the struggles and temptations of the countless thousands of homeless children who live upon the streets of tlie larger cities of England, London contains over 100,0011 of these waifs, and Liverpool over 10,000. The speaker related his ex periences in prisons, and told of numerous cases where boys and girls had been saved to become later honored men and women. Women labor in England, the speaker re lated, who are paid cents each for making shirts. F'a'lier Nugent ren dered several character sketches of street Arabs, nearly all of whom he says, areas bright as .01 English soveroi, - , and most of them, if reclaimed in time, have the native wit aud shrewdness which is in them, turned to good account. Tiie speaker is the founder of a night asylum and refuge for destitute boys lo cated at Liverpool, which at present con t litis over 800 inmates and is the largest institution of its kind in existence, g(Be is also interested in the reclamation of fallen women. He is over 70 years of age and the milk of human kindness is constantly bubbling from every feature of his make-up. The audience applauded as a whole when he stated last evening that lie has never permitted religious feeling or belief to enter into the details of his work. His address was full of eloquent periods, and his word painting was at times sub lime. Miss Bertha Roth sang a so'o very ol 1 .rrningly during an interlude in the ad dress, at the conclusion of which a collec tion was taken up from among the audi ence, quite a sum being realized. Try our port and snerrv wines at 75 cents per gallon. T. Vaclis ot Co., Com mercial and Alameda streets. Telephone 309. DEATHS (SANDERSON— At the residence of Mr. ami Mrs. P, K. Kinsley, at Garvanza, r.uth. beloved wife of Mr. A. Sanderson of Battle Creek, Mich., aged years, 7 mum lis and 11 days. Mrs. Sanderson came to California nearly three months ago, change of climate would benefit her failing health, but the hope was nut realized. Her loving, kind manners and her pavfent endurance of her affliction endeared her to all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. A nnmber of friends from Battle Creek attended ttie services in Pasadena at Mr. Adams' undertaking parlors. Sunday afternoon The bereaved hus band started east with the remains Sunday even log, bearing with him tho heartfelt sympathy of an v ho had met together to pay the \»si token of respect 10 her, the loving wife, who had shared life/s journey with the heart-broken husband for forty*sflven years. .Mrs Sanderson said before her departure, " Doctor, I am rea iy tv meet my heavenly Father at His bidding*" GATES—In Yuma, March 18th, Thomas Gates, aged 62 years. Friends and odd Fellows of the deceased arc 111" vited to attend the funeral at Garrett & Cos. undertaking 1 parlors today, March 18th, at 10 ocloek a. in. Oil,Kit—ln this city. March lfith. George Oiler, a native of Pennsylvania, aged M years. Funeral Wednesday, March Ifith, at 10 a m., from his late residence 1301 \V. state street. Members of the A O. r. w. and Equitable Aid Union ami friends Invited to attend. GATES—At Yuma, Ariz., March 15, ism. Tncmas Gates, a native 01 Canada aged it'i years. Funeral today at m a.m. from the parlors of Kohi rt It. Garrett »fc Co., 3,;0 N. Main s:. Friends Invited. interment in Evergreen cemetery. 1 Peck a Chase Co.. [ifHE BROADWAY ■ ■ UMDeRfAKtCRj. ■ 3° & BROADWAY, i ■ ■■■■■■■MtJBBMBI Ever Troubled With Your Eyes Ever tried ns? We have fitted glasses to thousands to the.r entire satisfaction. WTiy cot give ns . trial? We wlli* satisfy you. Jtyea tested free. Lowest prices. S. G. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician 14V5 6. Spring street, opp. Stimson Bleak Established hero nine years. gtf- Loos for the Crewe oa the Window. LOS ANGELES' JStpresentatlve Wholesale and; Retail Dealers, Business Men and Firms -4f£ ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW W. H BHINN. 205-308 Wilson blk., Spring it, BARBERS' StIPPI.IR.S AND GRINDERS BTEINEN A KllK'HNKlt. 130 su BICYCLES •KEATING," Hawley, King * Co., 210 N. Mats, , CAST-OFP CLOTHINO B. OREENfIAHT, buy and sell, 107 Commerslsl. DRUaOISTS-WHOLESALE T. W. BRA 0 N & CO., 405-407 N. it Kin ; t.l. IM. PRLIITS AND VEGETABLES LUDWIO « WAGNE B Mott Market. T.l. Ha, QROCERS—WHOLES ALB BAAS, BARtCH A CO., 320 to 320 N. L. A. ss> HOTELS • ABBOTSFORD INST, est. »h * Bope. T.l, 1171. LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE RBP'TS STANDARD COLLEI'TION * MEItCANTILB CO., (Inc.) 1100,000, 111-212 stimson. A. O. Broil, arson, att'y. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL., 218 Court st, MANTELS. TILES AND HARDWOOD LUrIBER HENRY BOHRMANN, 514 8. Spring et. Tel. 741.' PHYSICIAN DR. WARP, Byrne Bl'dg, Rm. »1«. Tel. 7a, PHOTOORAPH—LANDSCAPB F. H. MAUDE tCO, IU W. First at. REAL ESTATE NORTON A KENNEDY, 134 8. Brdwy: tel. MB, SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWAUB J. F. MORENO, 220 Aliso st. SEWINO riACHINB REPAIRING M. V. BILLINGS, 4241. 8. Spring St. Tel. IMS. SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS CHAR. W. ADAMS, 33* N. Main. Tel. 1347. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY COUNRTA BLE A COtJTTB, IU N, Los Angeles. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALfIERS BOOTH & ROW, 250 8. Main st. Tel. IMS. WATCH.IAKBR AND OPTICIAN O. BTOESAK, 511 S. Spring al. bet. sth aad SUV WINES AND SPIRITS 9. F. A. LAST, 120 and lit N. Main at, YARN LOUSES yaw Tgajt bazaar, iw a. fg^sA % %%%%%%%% 1? The White House | £ 245 SOUTH BROADWAY £ 5 H Reduction Sale lb $ i 1 In Full Blast I $ J JiJ iii t Some of the Many Bargains £ Notions Laces £ Value Price IOC qua | ity for » c Belt Hose Sup'ts 25c 15c .... . iiru 11 1 o 1 20c quality for laXc Wide Velvet Facing.. .20c 10c ' W £ Wide Corduroy Facing, 25c 20c 25c quality for 18c Nursery Pins 5c 3c 40c quality for 25c W f Box Hair Pins 10c 5c 60c quality for 45c tW % Kid Gloves, Mits, Corsets, Hosiery £ ± Boys' Waists Trimmings \ f Value Price Value. Price *p Cheviot 35c 15c Narrow Jet 10c 5c g± Stripe Duck 50c 25c Three-Row Jet 15c 10c Stripe Flannelette 40c 25c Cut Jet 30c 20c *P White Lawn 50c 25c Spangled Jet 63c 40c gA Fancy Percale 65c 40c Silk Gimps ujljc 7c £ Yarns, Parasols, Linings, Etc. £ £ AH at the Reduced Prices j| During this sale Store opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. gA L% %%%%%%%% %%%%%%%wvs Eyes Tested Free < y . t BY |||| Drs. Thompson & Kyte Dr. Thompson, Graduate of Foster Optical College, Boston. Dr. Kyte, Graduate Chicago Ophthalmic College, Chicago. Why So Many People Have Dim Vision==Great Danger of Weak Eyes. Leading to Total Blindness-Some Facts About the Eyes Which Many People Do Not Know. Nothing In this world Is so Important as our eyesight. The very thought of becom ing blind sends a thrill of horror through our soul. And yet most everybody has more or less weakness of the eyes. Arid they go right on, day after day, straining and abusing them, little thinking of the fearful danger they incur of becoming blind. For weak eyes very easily become totally blind. Some of the Symptoms which Plainly Indicate the Need of Wearing Spectacles: Inability to read fine print, sew, or the sensation of smarting or burning, eyes water, or become dim, redness or inflammation of the eyes or lids, pain in the eye-balls, tern» pies or forehead, periodical and sick headaches, neuralgia and nervous prostration— these are nature's danger signals and should not be neglected—so call at once. You will lind in our fine stock everything to improve one's eyesight in the way of glasses. .... NOTICE .... There is just as much science required in fitting Spectacles as there is In prescribing medicine. Beware of those who are not well versed in the anatomy and physiology of the eye and its appendages, for the eye is too delicate an organ to be trifled with, A Few of Our Prices, Good for a Few Days More Solid Gold Eye Glass and Spectacle Frames .$1.75 Not Plated or Gold Filled, but just as represented—Solid Gold 1.75 Best Quality Steel, Nickel, or Aluminum 25 Best Quality Alloy Frames, all styles—often sold for G01d.... „....... .25 Best Quality Lenses per pair, properly fitted 1.00 Boston Optical Co. 228 West Second Street Bet. Spring and Broadway. 612 Fifth Street, San Diego. THE NEW LIFE GIVER "fivViTAn i« I iff-" * Applied as in Illustration VJXygeil IS Supplies Oxygen to tbe blood and cures disease and pain under nature's own law«. Price*, $5, $15 and $25. Oxydonors rented for one day to three months. Southern California Oxydonor Co. Rooms 209*2iC Wilson Block (take elevator), 5.E. Cor. Spring; and First sts.