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■ . »—_ ,— ——— — - ' i ! 2 X' JK X The on, y Clothing store on the Pacific Coast Occupying an Entire Block j •I—■ — — i 1 A Big Winner From the Start I 2 ® I 8 1 We did not expect such a grand ovation and liberal patronage at such j § V m an early day. But this intelligent community readily appreciates brand new I 2 and reliable goods, coupled with the manufacturers' one small profit. ®$$ I 1 ~~ * ' 3> ( H • 5 "THE HUB'S" Stores are the Pride and Admiration of all California ssg I £ Being Manufacturers We Save You dfis t with The Largest Stock of All New • All the Profits of Middle Dealers Kfcl aild Stylish Goods in This City © I ■ rirand sm *#k «»3 Do not do y° urself injustice to im ® i jfiSpk agine that because we have the best % stock and most beautiful store west • Promenade £oncert :; of Chicago that our prices are no. as | Saturday Evening flPf |fg Lower ■* From 7to 10 || i|| 1j fi a "T'^"^^ 2 B\ th. Celebrated ||| m* come and compare our low prices we 2 Los Angeles H g*!^ ■ Hilitary Band f| ISeIIiI 2 Clothing, Hats and Who have been engaged to discourse §Sfjs „, ... j ■ entrancing music for the pleasure and ** A Card to the Public 2M Furnishing Goods ■ entertainment of all our guests. Mat- Owing to the crush of people at our Grand Formal Opening last Monday.hundreds In a word, if we cannot save you • tersnotif you come to purchase or of ladies and gentlemen were unable to see or gain admission to Los Angeles' Grea- money on all your purchases we will 5 merely on a tour of inspection you'll est and " ands ? mest GW** Store, we invite them to drop around Saturday after- ™ S v i c ■ twa noon and evening and see us.and inspect our store and superb all new and most com- |f*§ nut *3r vi cai»vi v UU i iwm w»d»« g be welcomed by our corps of polite plete s(oc .. verybody cordially invited to attend and make themselves at home- patronage. We have ■ and affable managers and clerks, who ■■ ■ 1 — « 2 will do all in their power to make you The St Ore $ feel at home. We keep open house g Saturday night till 10 o'clock. Be C oCa^^on ia sure and come with the crowd, as 4 ufl-1 Jgßßffi r~|| [ Best all New Stock, and are most anx -2 we feel sure you will be amply repaid I—B® ll I[l I ) ious for yOU one and all to know and g for your visit. H M **~m || § 5 appreciate important facts. ■ The Best Lighted U 'J The Lowest Prices M Store in Los Angeles In the West • New Buiiard Building . . . 154=200 NoHH SptlUg Street .. . Old Court House Site ® —, , , ! , 5 §S Our Store is Bounded by North Main, North Spring, Court and Harket Streets " iK ! •■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•i«it)it^ ANOTHER SALT LAKE ROAD TIIE NEW LINE FROM LOS ANGELES TO UTAH IS UNDER WAV Heavy Capitalists Back of the Enterprise. Rights of Way and Terminal Facilities Granted by the Salt Lake City Council. Preliminary Work and Surveys An Associated Press dispatch of Marcti 17 announced the incorporation of the Suit Lake and Pacific railroad in Malt Lake City by the Utah Improvement company, and its intention to at once commenco tho construction of the road. The company is composed of many of the foremost capital ists of Utah, and Includes several promi nent in tlie Mormon church, as Abram tl. Cannon, Hiram Woodruff and others. In fact, it is said that the entire capital of tlie church is available for the pushing of the enterprise, and with this It is bound to suc ceed. T. B. Beatty of Salt Lake was in Los An geles yesterday, and told of tlie great im petus tlie project liad already received and of the proposed plans. Mr. Beatty sat in the council chamber of Salt Lake a little over a week ago and heard passed unani mously the resolution deeding to the rail road the right of way through the city and also the Old Fort squaro as a spot for ter minal facilities. The deed was placed in escrow, to await the fulfillment by the com pany of the required conditions, viz: That work: should be commenced within ten days and that ten miles of roadbed should be graded inside of sixty days. The Utah Improvement company in tends to build a local line to Deep Creek, which is already under way. The new in corporation will build the main road 334 miles, to St. George, on the southern boun dary of the state. It will pass through Grantville or Tooele, according to the manner in whicli the citliens of either town receive the proposition and show a disposition to grant rights of way. The road will strike tbe Union i'aciuc at Leamington, and from thence pass through Iron county to tit. George. Orading will probably begin at Cedar City and will be prosecuted in both direc tions. With the energy and enterprise whicli have so far characterized the promo tion of the project kept up, there seems no reason to doubt that inside of six months a good start will have been made in the completion of the link that shall open to Los Angeles a new era of prosperi ty. One of the prime movers in the scheme, Mr. Allen, is thus quoted on the subject: •'As I have said, we are going to con ■ struct a route to tlie coast. We do not j propose to spend money except in a judi- I cious way. Consequently there will be no I temporary work done; work intended to make a showing with and fo>- no other purpose. We are not that kind of people. Already we have expended about $10,000 on preliminary work antl surveys. When we begin operations, as I have stated, we will go about building a road. As to the route, I cannot state definitely the line. It is too early as yet. One thing I will say, we will go through the city of St. George, which will be a station." A Violin Recital i There is certainly every encouragement to tho habitual late-goer, when a concert ia advertised to begin at 8 o'clock and does not commence till 8:15. Such was the Case last night at Mr. J. Bond Francisco's violin recital in Bartlett's Music hall. A ! very interesting program was rendered, 1 well calculated to display Mr. Francisco's excellence of method and power of execti j tion. He was heard to great advantage in a sonata by Kust, a number from Bach's G minor sonata for violin alone, Wieni awski's Obertoss, a delightful berceuse, and .Saint Saens' introduction and rondo, op. 28, Miss Blanche Rogers proved a capable and sympathetic accompanist. Variety in the program was supplied by Madame Isidora Martinez, who was in good voice and cave Verdi's Caro Nome from Kigoletto and Goring Thomas' I'olaeea from Esmeralda, to the entire satisfaction of the audience. Sajt Rheum of ton appears in cold weather!" attacking the palms of the hands and other parts of tho body. Hood s SaraepariUa, tha great blood puritter, cures salt rheum. Hood's Pilla are tha bast after-dinner pills, assist digestion, cure headache. i!sc LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1896. WEATHER AND CROPS Conditions fJenerally Favorable, Though rtore Rain Is Needed Following ia tho 1 tilted States depart ment of agriculture olimate and crop bul letin of the weather bureau for tho week ending Monday, March 10, 1896: Tlie weather was fair and warmer during the past week witii occasional fog in the coast districts and several fuggy mornings in tho eastern sections. The general con ditions were favorablo for the growth of crops, though rain is yet needed in some sections. Grain is reported to be looking well, except in the northern and southern coast sections. Deciduous fruit trees are progressing finely; no injury lias V*ea re ported from the late frost. Tho weather was favorable for orange picking. . I.os AKGELEp COUNTY Los Angeles City—The weather was fair and warmer with occasional night fogs. The temperature was one degree in excess of the weekly average; the highest was 78 degrees, the lowest 45 degrees; no rain fell, the weekly deficiency being 08.100 of an inch. Lancaster—Grain never looked as well at this time of the year as the present growth looks. The weather was favorable for growing crops. La Canyada—The warm, pleasant weath |er of the past week was very beuellcial to I trees and crops of all kinds. Highest tem i perattire 08 degrees, lowest -12 degrees. ! No rain. ! Duarte—All crops are growing nicely. ] The temperature has been about normal ■ and the weather conditions have been fa- I vorable. Highest temperature 78 degrees, lowest 47 degrees. Pomona-Excepting some few fogs and clouds, the past week has been one of mild, ! growing weather. The weather was favor able for orange picking. SAN I.UIS tililsl'O COUNTY Mustek lite days were warmer with cool nights. Land is now being prepared for corn and beans. Grain and pasture does not look quite as well as usual at this season, owing, perhaps, to the coldness of the last storm. VBNTUItA COUNTY Bardsdale—Showers are much needed, and also heavy rains for the season's irri gation supply. Generally the soil is In good condition and is looking well. There was no injury from the frosts to fruit or trees. Woat Saticoy—The first of the week was windy; the latter part was foggy. Tho weather conditions wore good for growing crops. Highest temperature, P I degrees; lowest, -12 degrees. HAN DIEGO COUNT! La Costa —Since the heavy rains of the 2d and Hd the condition of crops has ma terially improved. Early sown grain is looking well; the later sown is growing slowly. More rain will lie needed to in sure crops. Early apricots and peaches are commencing to bloom. Farmers are plowing for corn, but none has been plant ed as yet. San Marcos—Apricots and pears are in blossom. The snow on the mountains is gradually melting. RIVKBSIbm rOUNTY Moreno—Clear, warm days, with occa sional foggy mornings. Barley is growing well; apricots are setting fruit freely; peaches showing llrst bloom. ORANGE COUNTY Capiatrano—The highest temperature during the week was 74 degrees; lowest, Ot) degrees. LOS ANOEI.ES GUN CLUB The Second Semi-Annua! Tournament to Commence This Morning Tiio second semi-annual lournamont of the Los Angeles llun club will begin this morning on the grounds of the club, north of Westlake park. Many crack shots from all parts of the slate will be present antl a great limo is looked for. Following are tho participating tea:.i«: San Francisco—Messrs. Fanning, Fend ner, Grubb, Seaver, Newell and Randall, Sau Diego—Chick, Eisleberg and Hamil ton. Riverside—Brtmer, Tabor, Smith, Pack ard aud Beemor. Sau Bernardino—Kelty, Cutterback, (ins Knight and Neugent. Azusa and Coviua- -Davidson, Winston, Casey, Taylor, Fry and Basher. Santa Ana—Mason, Vaughn, Parker, West and Proud. Los Angeles, Crack Team, No. I—Van Valkenbcrg, L. Ralph, Ma.Held, Liyton and Me it an k. Sedam, the crack shot of Denver, will also be present. Fifty cents round trip on Terminal rail road to Long Beach and San Pedro, Good going Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday. AT THE HOTELS F. P. Willis of Chicago is at the Nadeau. P. li. Westeott of St. Louis is at the Hol lenbeck. A. M. Werden of Philadelphia is at the Nadeau.' 11. L. Martin of New York city ia at the Nadeau. W. H. Rusch of San Francisco is at the Nadeau. Christian Iteis of San Francisco is at the Nadeau. 1). A. Wadleigh of Salt Lake City ia at the Nadeau. E. W. Vest of St. Louis, Mo., is at the Hollenbeck. J. H. liehan of El Paso, Tex., is at the Hollenbeck. W. H. Snedaker of San Francisco is at tho Nadeau. li. P. Perry of Worcester, Mass., is at the Westminster. John G. Coleman of Milwaukee is at the Westminster. T. H. Williams of San Francisco is at the Hollenbeck. W. P. Kimball of San Francisco is at the Hollenbeck. G. Carlson and wife of Brooklyn, N. V., are at the Nadeau. George A. Allen of Rochester, N. V., is at the Hollenbeck. William F. Connor of New York City ia at the Hollenbeck. Don A. Pardee and wife of New Orleans aro at the Westminster. ' E. W. Scrippa and wife of Cincinnati, 0., aro at the Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. S. Moulton of Lincoln, Neb., are at the Nadeau. .1. H, Durkee and wife of Jacksonville, Fla., are at tho Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman of Mil waukee are at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Knowles of Gales burg, 111., are at the Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Washington of New York City are at the Westminster. W. E. Miller, wife and daughter of Manchester, Ind., are at the Hollenbeck. H. L. Hovey, W. A. McGuire and D. Mc- Uuire of Chicago are at the Westminster. Frank K. McCully and wife and Miss E. M. Seager of Paterson, N. J., are at the Westminster. Personals J. F. Sullivan of the Santa Fe system, with headquarters at Chicago, is in the City. Cyrus H. MeCormick, who, with his wife, had been on the coast several weeks, left yesterday in tlie private car Esmeralda, for his home. Chicago, D. B. McCoy, superintendent of the New York Central and Hudson iii ver railroad, Mrs. I). 13. McCoy, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCoy are in the city. Orr Harralson, formerly manager of the cigar department of F. W. Brown & Co., has gone on the road for Kingsbalter Bros. A Co. and will continue in the same line of business. Mrs. Alice Rollins Crane, the well-known authoress, returned to her home lasl Satur day week from the Sanatarium. The lady sat up for the first time three days ago ami is now so far recovered that she is able to receive her friends. Taking into consider ation the severity of the operation she has undergone her quick recovery Is something phenomenal. New Incorporations Articles of incorporation of the Southern California Tailoring company were tiled wilh the county clerk yesterday. The cap ital stock is $500, of which $155 has been subscribed. Following aro the directors for the first year: P. C. Naramore, VV. T. Woods. T. Fi, Stanton. S. W. Dunning, James F. Beviani, Walter M. McStay, I. La Strong, of Los Angeles. Articles of incorporation of the East Side Cycling club were also Hied. The direc tors are: L. K. Blind, 1). C. McGarvin, J. T. Cook, W. W Weir, H. H. White. C. E. White. F. R. Willis, all of Los Angers. There is no capital stock. The Panorama Train Over the Kite shaped track with observa tion car attached, leaves Los Angeles at I) a.m., Pasadena 9:25 a.m., returning at (1:50 p.m. Excursion tickets good ten days; allow atop-over at any point on the track. Particulars at Santa Fe ticket office. All pieces of wallpaper greativ reduced. A A. KckMrom, 334 South Spring street 3 POUND PLAVINIi POKER f:rcib?z*ted ;h2 Prica of a Load of Hay From His Employer ■Julius Olsen won't play poker again in a hurry. Wednesday afternoon Olsen was, given $30 t>y A. L. Warron, for whom he was working, to purchase a load of hay. Olsen hitched up the team, came into town' and got the hay. Imt did not p»y for it, tha proprietor being ab-ent and the man in charge allowing the stuff to go without the) money. Taking the load home. Olsen tin* hitched and put up his team, and, with the $30 in his pocket, starlet! out for a time. When his employe did not show up Thurs* day morning Warren made inquiries for him. He found that the hay had not been paid lor and startetl to look for Oisen- Not finding him, he swore out a warrant for embezzlement. Detective Steele found his man playing poker in a First street joint antl brought him to the station. Olsen was immediately taken into court, found guilty and sentenced to $25 fine or twenty-five days iv jail. He had $23.10 left on his person when arrested, and this) was returned to Warren. Tlie latter owed Olsen $7 as wages, so accounts were just squared, leaving 10 cents capital for Olsen when he gets out. Where McKinley Gets the Boodle There is no doubt that Mckinley's agents and strikers are lavishly supplied with money to be used iv capturing and fixing delegates for him. There is also no doubt that this money comes from interests) which hope tor heavier protection bounties) under the Mcliinley regime.' Mr. McKiD" ley is a poor man bathe represents in a) more pronounced degree than any other candidate for the Kepublican leadership the doctrine of high tariff, and the inters eta) which would be favored by that policy oan allot-J to contribute immensely to aeouft) the nomination and election of an extreme protectionist. The Smith Premier Type Writer ... | Oflice has beon removed to our new Crystal parlors in the Muskegon block, cor. TbM| and Broadway. L. AM. Alexander 4£j Co., general agents, Wm. H. B. HiyitettM manager. A Redondo Beach Trains a Via Santa Fe leave at 9:50 a.m., S :O0 nrifl Saturday and Sunday. Bound trip £ cents.