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PREPARATIONS FOR FIESTA
PASADENA PEOPLE TO PARTICIPATE IN
THE FLORAL PARADE
Art Ualon Members Draw Lsts for Pictures.
TIM Sayre-Ollver Elopement Mary Not
Pally CfeMted—Lactsrea by Stanford Pro
tasssrs-Brlel Nawa Items
Pasadena, March 27.—Th* six-in-hand
tallyhos engaged by ths) Fiesta committee
of the board of trade have been allotted
te tbe organizations which are to decorate
them for tbe floral parade, the allotment
having been made by lot as follows:
Ninth and tenth years high school, the
largest Lowe coach; eleventh year high
school. Chambers' coach; Columbia Hill
tsenis club, Wiley * Ureefy 'a coach; Tues
day Evening club, Hoag's oosoh; tbe
Brownie club, the second Low* coach..
At the meeting of the committee yester
day afternoon there ware present Messrs.
Colin Stewart, chairman, and Lukena,
Stearna and Hill. Representatives of each
of tbe above-mentioned organisations were
present and drew for tho coaches, which
are to be decorated by them with natural
flowers only, each coach to be filled with
lady occupants in appropriate costumes,
only the driver and bugler being men.
There are to be at least four outriders with
each coach who are to be dressed in har
mony with ths occupants of the coach.
Tbe Pasadena Fiesta colors, blus and
gold, are to be used in ribbons and other
decorations. The division will be headed
by the Pasadena band, and Edwin Steams
haa been named aa the choice of the com
mittee for marshal.
ART UNION PRIZK9.
The second and last day's exhibition of
the work of the Pasadena Art Union was
well attended to-day, as was tbat of last
evening, when the drawing took place for
the pictures given to the lay members of
the association. Eight pictures were thus
awarded to those of the members who held
tbe lucky numbers, tbe first choice win
ning the $25 picture, and the other seven
$10 pictures each. The following were
the fortunate ones: Mrs. Ed Bain, the
winner of first choice, selected a $25
painting of violets by Miss White. Mrs.
Valletta, Mrs. Dodworth and Mr. Dodworth
also selected flower pieces by Miss White,
sirs. E. Harding is seriously ill and will
not be able to make her selection for some
days,' Mrs. lireer, Mrs. James North and
Mrs. Grinnell are still making their selec
tions.
doesn't believe it.
The story in this morning's Herald of
the probable elopement ot C. A. Sayre and
Mrs. (diver, both of Los Angeles, created
considerable comment in Pasadena, where
they were both somewhat known, and Miss
Benedict, whom Mrs. Oliver stated she
waa going to visit when she left Los Ange
les, Says she does not believe they have
•loped at all. However, she admits that
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver have had some differ
ences at times, although she knew nothing
personally of any thought of leaving on
the part of Mrs. "liver. Miss Benedict is
a niece of W. 0. Benedict, living on North
Raymond avenue, Tlte Olivers were
friends of Iters, Mrs. Oliver having been a
friend of iter father in the east.
PROK. JORDAN'S LECTURE
If The lecture by President Jordan of Stan
(ford, which was promised for some nights
ago, v ill be given tomorrow evening in the
1 uiversalist church, and on Monday even
ing Professor Kellog, of the University of
California, will speak in Throop Polytech
nic ball, on the subject, Honor Bright. It
is not yet decided what President Jordan's
topic will be, but it is likely to be either
The I Use of tiie Common Man or Our De
scent Krom Alfred and William. Both
President Jordan and Professor Kellog are
attending the teachers' meeting ia Los An
geles. The reason that President Jordan
disappointed his audience the other night
is tho i'ac: that the arrangements had been
carried on through his secretary and in
some manner word of them did not reach
the lecturer himself until too late.
BREVITIES
A committee ot arrangements, of which
Comrade Stunt is chairman, is making
preparations for a grand reunion on the
anniversaiy of the battle of Appomattox,
Aprd tub, of tbe veterans of tbe war. A
reception will be given them at G. A. R.
hall, under the auspices of the W. R. C.
and John F. Godfrey post, G. A. R., to
which all ex-soldiers are invited to come
and spend the day. Comrades from near
by towns are especially expected, and a
lunch will be spread for all by the ladies.
The full dress ball given in Knights of
Py.hias hall last evening by tbe Ladies of
the Maccabees was enjoyed by seventy
five couoles and was pronounced a brill
iant and successful affair. Tiie hall was
decorated with hunting and flowers, and
! the chandeliers were covered with smilax
and roses. A t 8:30 oclock the assembly
formed in a grand march to the music of
Lowinski's orchestra, after which a pro
gram of more than sixteen dances was car
ried out. Refreshments were served and
everything was carried out in an efficient
manner, Cal Walker and C. E. Mendenhall
acting aa floor managers, 0. W. Herr as
host at the door and Mmes. W. S. Lacy, J.
.H. Plant and Mary E. Shaw receiving the
guests. The committee on arrangements
consisted of M rs. T. C. Savage, Mrs. George
Furman and Mrs. F. Herr.
The Shakespeare club's annual banquet
will be held this year in the Carleton hotel
on the 27th of April, w.ien among the sub
Cahuenga
Lands
7?T • AUCTION
On April 4th
We will sell at public auction, without
feserve, about 60 acres of that
Fine, Frostless Land
On Sunset Boulevard
About two miles west of .
....HOLLYWOOD....
This land is near the new electric power
house now being built for the Santa Mon
ica electric railway, and a town is being
located at that point.
WATER IS PIPED on All This Land
For full particulars see
Poindexter & Wadsworth,
305 West Second St.
LOB ANGELES.
Polßttd Address
JfCftVJt DRUG STORK,
Water &&*" KOAOWAT -
jects fer discussion will be: The New
Woman, by Mr. Polley; The California
Liar, by Dr. Page; the Eastern George
Washington, by Mrs. Chapin. A poem
will be given by Mrs. Webb.
A meeting of the Brownie club was held
last evsninct at the home of Mr. Beach on
South Lots Robles avenue, when light re
freshments were served and music and
games enjoyed. Some club business waa
alsotranstacted. Tbe next meeting of the
club will take place ou Tuesday evening,
for the purpose of deciding whether tbey
will play a part in the Fiesta or not.
Messrs. J. S. Torrance, N. W. Bell, W. R.
Staats and 1?r. J. M. Radebaugh have issued
invitations for a party at ths valley Hunt
club bouse Tuesday evening, April 7. Only
club members and non-residents will ba
present.
Tbe new Lincoln school left the hands of
the contractor this morning, and will be
occupied next Monday by Principal Wilson
and his corps of teachers. Misses Michaels,
Lemon and Dobbs. Six or eight men are
now cleaning tbe building and putting in
furniture.
Messrs. G. H. Bandel and G. M. Schmidt
were elected delegates to the meeting of
tbe grand lodge in San Francisco, on ths
second Tuesday iv May, of tbe I. O. O. P.,
at tbe meeting last night of Pasadena
lodgs No. 324.
In the suit for damages to the extent of
$20,000 brought by Dr. D. S. Green against
W. I. F. Randolph and his mother, Mrs. M.
A. Randolph, Attorney W. S. Wright has
been retained for tbe plaintiff and C. J.
Willett will act as counsel for the defend
ants.
At the men's gospel meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. Sunday afternoon in Knigbtsof Pyth
ias ball, Otis T. Bedell of New York city,
a member of the religious Society of
Friends, will speak. All young men are
cordially invited.
The Connecticut association will meet
tomorrow, the 28th, at 3 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows' ball. Mr. Law will read a paper
on Cuba, and members will please come
prepared to discuss the same.
The first rehearsal of the cantata of
Joseph will be had at the high school next
Monday evening. It is to be given under
Harold Simpson's direction about the first
of June.
A special meeting of the Columbia Hill
Tennis club is called for tomorrow at 2:30
at the court for the purpose of considering
the subject of decorating the Fiesta coach.
J nan Peracea, a drunken Mexican, was
given ten days in the county jail this morn
ing by the recorder.
O. L. Gaylor of Montreal, Can., is regis
tered at the Carlton.
Fred Eberlach of Ann Arbor, Mich., is
stopping at Hotel Mitchell.
Messrs. Samuel Bergin and Jas.Granger,
Chicago capitalists, left for the east yes
terday by way of the 1). & K. G.
Mrs. C. C. Reynolds is making a short
stay at Whittier, attending a Friends' con
ference.
Rev. Clarence T. Wilson will speak at
the Friends' church, corner Villa and Ray
mond, at 11 oclock Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Winslow and
family, medical inspector V. S. N., of
New Bedford, Mass.. are guests at Hotel
Green.
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, who has been visit
ing ber sister, Mrs. William Hamill, cor
ner Orange Grove avenue and Walnut
street, left yesterday for home in Santa
Cruz, Cal.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Townsend are attend
ing the Friends' conference at Whittier.
ONTARIO
Ontario, March 27.—A. J. Gale, whose
name is familiar to agriculturists through
out the states as the maker of the Gale
plow, has sold out his business at Albion,
Mich., and become a citizen of Ontario.
Yesterday he purchased, through Moore <t
Leach, a handsome grove on Mountain
avenue for $6100, and is negotiating for a
fine residence on Euclid avenue.
Hanson & Co. have sold this week sev
enty acres to Rev. H. R. Millar for $0800, '
and twenty acres to H. Francis for $3000.
Try our port and suerry wines at 75
cents per gallon. T. Vache <fc Co., Com
mercial and Alameda streets. Telephone
309.
yTj It Pays to Trade on Spring Street IS. y
V The best LadieS I.avander Toilet Water gQ c /
\ W* I^ll 50c /
Ice Cream Soda, Sc __________________ _._,_ mmm _____ Ice Cream Soda, 5c
The Business Top Spins Swiftly
Every hour brings fresh things that you should know about. The Easter styles are crowding the counters every
where. While the Easter prices are far below those of any Easter in recent years—no matter what your need is, no
matter how close you must figure—every want can be economically filled here, where "the business top spins swiftly."
Cloak=Suit Dress Goods Corsets Special
Department Silks Underwear Inducement
The grandest assortment of For Novelty Pattern Suits in Here is something you can Ladies' Tan Chrome Goat
Capes, Cloth Suits, Duck exclusive styles we claim all compare prices on—Corsets. Oxfords in pointed and nai -
Suits, Shirt Waists in wash laurels of excellence. Buy- Every woman knows a good row square toes; also black
and unwashed goods, Skirts ing in such quantities as we corset from a poor one— cloth top Dongola Oxfords
and everything that a first- buy, is it any surprise that she's the one to wear it. with patent leather tips,
class cloak and suit store we are able to sell at always Our lines, comprising "Her Today's induce- <M CA
should contain is to befound a quarter and sometimes a Majesty's," "R. & G." "P. ment price v»ww
in this department. The half lower than the smaller D.," "Z. Z." and "Warner's,"
styles, the make and wearing houses who buy in small lots are selling lower than any- Parasols
qualities of all these garments and claim large profits. Our where in town, compare and ruin white, chma .ii*, iin«n, P on ? ee.
_ ji , . . .. , ..y , r , . . , 1 plain printed and fancy styles In coaching:
are tne very best that reput- line is beautiful and is rapid- see. parcels, carriage ihidas, .treat P »rl.ois
j j r ,• , _, _ _. ~ every kind, and at savin » you never
able loreign and domestic ly go- fI»C (£77 Z(\ s.wfwto4»r.»i»««u»»o.u. -tz c <«»»»»doj;
makers can produce, and our inffat... 1° w #*ft.lW ?ve"r Ribbe<i and hari " isstn U4i«s> m* c»rn H . ska*™, u»*«v m
charges for them touch the SUC $1 an( | |Jn
lifrhtpst fipiirp<s that trnnH All-wool Fancy Dress Goods In Mot- Hose " '.
nglllcM llgures mar. gOOQ tied, Mixed. Novel effects; lifty-four ~ÜBC
qualities Call gO for. inches broad and an elegant mm Wash Goods
$1.00 value; now / gaugt) t[ae - exceptional value ZnC
at at Fancy Stripe Orepnn Seersuckers In all
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siik tnat are exact reproductions ot trie An cKgant line ot Fane.v Duck
_ , _ ,_ , , „ , finest printed warp effects. Ihe grand- Kid fi loves suitings in beautiful colorings ami h,C
Ladles' Duck Suits in all the new spring est Values ever fi\ lIP VIIUVCS patterns, nt V 3+'
styles and colors, (J» £*y „ hnwn SHf-in,! I\C Our line nf Kid • ilovas is finer in assortment
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at in a kid glove store, and the prices (Tt f lien S» ROYS
, , como lower, too La Cigala Kid Gloves I*l J
Ladies' Cloth Suits, iv- d» a. _ . in blanks and all colors at
cludingeveryklnd S.S TO $7.5 TrimmintrS Men's Heavy-weight feal Brown |rt
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colors and black, repaired and M-jjII for today.. ,vv
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that's ..wand pretty, largest lines at the niost reasonable . «•_• S tt cu fr^ C() C
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thenew wash stuffs SilC TO $7 Sal women wish they could buy them all lined aud an elegant style and ftSr
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORXIX& 4 MARCH 28, 1896.
RIVERSIDE
Riverside, March 27.—Zimmerman A
Miller bave taken charge of tbe Arlington
hotel. Tbe families of both gentlemen
will move into the property, and rooms
will be rented to those desiring, and will
be newly furnished when rented.
Conductor Polk was taken sick shortly
after being brought from the hospital at
Los Angeles and is said to be dangerously
ill at bis home in this city.
Horace Robuck, on Indiana avenue, is
quite ill with pneumonia.
Word has been received of the death, at
Rediands on Wednesday night, of A. E.
Fleming, formerly of this city. He was a
member of Riverside tent Knights of the
Maccabees. This is the first death in
this organization since its institution, three
years ago. He had an insurance in the
order of $2000.
J. D. S. Peach of South Riverside broke
the 100-mile record for Southern Califor
nia by twenty-eight minutes Tuesday, his
time being seven hours and three minutes,
and the course from South Riverside to
Riverside and return, which was ac
complished in one hour and thirty-eight
minutes, and the balance of the course
was to Puente and return by way of Po
mona. "Scotty" of Riverside accompanied
Peac ; m tbe run from this city. The
record was previously held by Hodriguez of
Duarte, Hon. E. W. Freeman, L M. Custer
and Charles Schmeiser acted as timers.
Two hundred and forty-nine teachers
took advantage of the low rates over the
! Santa Fe to attend the meeting of the
Teachers' association at Los Angeles. A
number also went over tbe Southern Pa
cific.
Rev. H. B. Gage of Riverside ia an
nounced to lecture on The Songs and Po
etry of the Civil War at the Westminster
Presbyterian church, Ontario, this even
ing. A quartet of Grand Army veterans
will furnish the music.
Cheater L. Magee. son of Dr. T. L. Magee
of San Diego and nephew of Dr. S. R. Ma
gee of Palm avenue, this city, is with the
Stanford Glee club. He used to be a stu
dent in the Riverside schools.
The semi-annual convention of the Chris
tian Endeavor Union of San Bernardino
and Riverside counties convenes at the
First Congregational church, Riverside to
morrow morning at 0:30 oclock for a day's
session.
Ramona Rebekah lodge will give a social
Thursday evening of next week. At the
meeting of this lodge Wednesday evening
Mrs. J. E. Shields and Mrs. George Bentz
were elected as delegates to the grand
lodge, which meets iv San Francisco May
12th.
The local lodge of Odd Fellows will elect
three delegates to the grand lodge at their
next meeting, Tuesday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Darling and little daughter
of Bradford, 111., old friends of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Baldwin, corner of Main and
Fourteenth streets, are Riverside visitors,
having arrived in this city yesterday to re
main for some time. They are tiie guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin.
H. J. Baldwin, with itockhold Bros., has
been confined to his house for the past
three days by illness.
X, H. Wade of the Santa Fe accompan
ied Depew and Vanderbilt on their pil
grimage to San Diego today.
SANTA BARBARA
Santa Barbara, March 27.—X. N. Wat
son, purchasing agent of the Southern Pa
cific Milling company, has been arrested
on charges of embezzlement. Watson was
the Carpinteria agent of the Southern Mill
and Wasehouse company when that cor
poration sold its business to the otiier com
pany, who retained him in their employ.
He was subsequently placed in charge of
one ot the offices in this city. R. M. Shak
elford, manager of the Pacific milling,
states that Watson systematically robbed
the company by charging amounts to per
sons who were not indebted to the firm
and appropriating the money to his own
use, the peculations amounting to about
$3000, Through the efforts of his attorney,
Henley C. Booth, Watson today secured
his release on bail, but refuses to state his
version of the case. He owned property in
this county valued at about $2500, which
he has turned over to tbe company.
Rev. Edward Everett Hale loft yesterday
for Boston, Mass. The doctor has been in
Santa Barbara all winter, residing at the
splendid manaion of Mr. Rowland Hazard,
near the old mission.
It commenced raining at 11 a. m. yes
terday and continued about two hours.
Although not heavy, the downpour wet the
ground thoroughly and will be of great
benefit.
In response to a numerously signed pe
tition, the three candidates for mayor and
sixteen aspirants for council men have pub
licly announced themselves to be in favor
of continuing tho water tunneling experi
ments and, if successful, advocate city
ownership of waterways.
The San Luis Obispo fire department has
elected the following delegates to the
Southern California Firemen's associa
tion, which convenes in this city on Satur
day, April 18th: M. R. de la Guerre, War
ren M. John, F. J. Rodriguez and J. W.
Castro.
The Natural History society will hold its
annual meeting tomorrow at 2 p. m. at
their quarters on State street.
POMONA
Pomona, Cal., March 27.—There is to be
a mass-meeting soon for the consideration
of voting bonds for sewers at an outlay of
about $21,000,
The Mandolin club has issued Invitations
for a hop at Kessler'a hall on Saturday
evening.
Some forty residents in the vicinity of
Holt avenue reservoir have petitioned the
board of city trustees to have the same
abated as a nuisance.
It ia said tho new branch line of the
Southern Pacific will be in regular opera
tion as far as Lordsburg by tbe llrst of
April,
The handlers of oranges are kept very I
busy this week, and the prices are steadily
moving upward.
The successful applicants for positions
in tbe mail service are: Carriers—B. H. j
Si iew man, N. Yorengo and A. D. Lei son;
sub-carriers—E. C. Thornton and N. C.
Kedley.
The fruit and flower mission girls will
give their regular annual reception at Hotel
Palomares on Thursday evening, April 9.
Mrs. D. Hawkins left for Tucson, Ariz.,
yesterday, having been summoned by a
telegram announcing the very serious ill
ness of her grandchild, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John K. Clancey.
There will be a church supper in the par
lors of tbe Congregational church from
5:30 to 7:30 this evening.
The Junior Endeavorers have an enter
tainment tonight in the Methodist Episco
pal church.
The Presbyterian ladies will repeat their
Eden Musee in Odd Fellows' hall on Tues
day evening of next week.
There was $2500 insurance on the Lords
burg schoolhouae and contents burned
Tuesday night.
Experience a flood Teacher
Experience proves Tip Top Cough Syrup
to be the best cough remedy made. it
cures coughs and colds better than any
other remedy. It heals and soothes the
diseased lungs and leaves them in their
normal condition. Pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all druggists at 50
cents a bottle.
Around the Kite Shaped Track
For the benefit of the News and Work
ing hoys' Home there will be an excursion
around the Kite-shaped track tomorrow,
tendered by the Southern California rail
road, Santa Fe system. Kate for the
round trip $2.05, Tickets good only on ex
cursion train which leaves Los Angeles at
9 a.m., are for sale at city ticket office,
129 N. Spring street today, and at La
Grande station up to leaving time of the
train. Miss Whttlock, the Santa Fe ex
cursion agent, will accompany the party.
Redondo Beach Trains
On the Santa Fe leave 10 a.m., 5:05 p.m.
Ten-day round trip, 75 cents. Saturday
and Sunday, 50 cents.
All pieces ol wallpaper greatly reduced. A
A. Eckstrom, South Spring street
SAN DIEGO
San Dieoo, March 26.— J. W. Thomp
son, chairman of the Republican central
committee of the Seventh congressional
district has issued a call for tho convention
to he held at Modesto May 4.
The local humane society lias instituted
suit against a dairyman named Jesse Tate
for cruelty to animals. Tate had his cattlo
dehorned, and in tho process had cut the
horns so close to the head ttiat, in many
cases the brains of the animals were visible
through the aperture.
Arrangements have been made to enter
tain the Vanderbilt-Depew party at an
elaborate banquet at Hotel del Coronado
during their visit here.
Mayor Carlson, president of the pro
posed railroad to LUab, says that his com
pany is fully prepared to protect its inter
ests in the purchase of the Nevada South
ern railroad.
Ford A. Carpenter lias been appointed
weather observer at this station vice at, h.
Hearne, deceased.
A large number of San Diego society
people were entertained on the flagship
Philadelphia yesterday. Tiie cruiser is
preparing for her departure about the first
of next month, and on her way north will
make a two days' stop at San Pedro.
From there she will go to Santa Barbara
and remain there during the flower festi
val.
The date for pronouncing sentence on
Hanks, the murderer of Mrs. Stiles, has
again been postponed.
W. 0. Campbell, for thirty years a lead
ing dry goods merchant of Hillsdale, Mich.,
has purchased a lemen grove near this
city.
SAN PEDRO.
1 San Pedro, March 27.— Death visited
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson,
at the corner of Beacon and Third streets,
at 4 p. m. yesterday, taking their beloved
daughter Miss Mary Nelson. Miss Nelson
was born in Crescent, Towa, and came with
her parents to San Pedro about fifteen
years ago, and at the time of tier death she
was in her twentieth year. The news of
her death came as a shock to the commu
nity, for Miss Nelson was beloved by all
who knew ber. She was ever first to assist
in work of charity, and as a social com
panion she was always found to be merry
and tried hard to make every one happy
that was near her. She was a member of
Ocean Queen Kebekah Lodge and of No.
132 Circle of Foresters. She will be
buried at Los Angeles on Sunday under
the auspices of the Rebekahs. San Pedro
loses in her death one 'of its best friends
and her parents have the sincere sympathy
of the community in their loss ot their
loving daughter. Flags are floating at half
mast in token of respect to the memory of
one well beloved.
The Summer Uirl's "Sweater"
It is now reported that this year the
summer girls at tlte seashore and the
mountains will wear sweaters, with big
sleeves, presumably. Somebody ought to
imitate Punch in his advice to those about
to marry, in this wise: "Advice to girls
about to wear sweaters - don't." To do
this would show too much of an advance.
Said a gentle lady of the old school to a
girl on one occasion: "My dear, a horse
sweats, a man perspires, a young woman
can only glow!" —Philadelphia Inquirer.
The v.,-onge Belt Line
A sample trip. Leave Arcade depot S
a. m., arrive Rediands 10:05 a. m.: 1 hour
10 minutes for drive to Smiley Heights.
Arrive San Bernardino 11 :S5 a. m.; 1 hour
18 minutes for lunch and sight-seeing.
Arrive Riverside 1:50 p.m.; '1 hours H.">
minutes for drive on the magnificent Mag
nolia avenue and sight-seeing. Arrive Los
Angeles 0:35 p. m. Southern Pacific in
side-track tourist ticket gives additional
stop-over at Pasadena, Arcadia, Monrovia,
Duarte, Covina, San Diraas, Pomona, On
tario, Chino, etc. Hound trip, $3.65; limit
10 days or on Sunday with stop-overs at
three first-named points, $2.05.
My prices for wallpaper beat al! tho city. A
A. Ecltstrom, 324 South Soring street.
A PAIN.
AN ACHE.
A FEAR.
A DISCOVERY!
The above words are only a few in
number, but they tell a startling story.
It is the story of the man who suffers
from diseased kidneys and impure
blood. He has been ailing- for some
time past. He has complained of
tired feelings, low spirits, dizziness,
constipation, dyspepsia, bad tasting
mouth, coated tongue. He has been
troubled with pains in the back and
limbs, sick headaches. He gets
alarmed and at last discovers the
cause of these distressing symptoms.
This is not the experience of one
man alone. It is the experience of
thousands of people who today find
themselves in a hid state of health.
They know they are ailing; they feel
the need of a remedy, but they know
not what to take.
It is for just such people that War
ner's Safe Cure is specially prescribed
and recommended by eminent physi
cians. This is because it is no ordi
nary remedy, but a scientitic discov
ery of the highest merit. It is not an
experiment or a new thing, but a
time tried remedy that has stood the
test of years. It is the best remedy
for people who suffer from liver and
kidney complaint and impure blood.
There is nothing like it for building
up the system and restoring the
strength.
OLiliftHlE S MEDICINAL
i. USE
HIRE
RYE
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SOLD ....
EVERYWHERE BEST
Tn«oi supplied ay >i.ii.im<
F. VV.E3rauns.Co. WMiQtfPY
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LOS ANGELES'
Jfcyresentatlve Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW
W.H. SHINX, 20&O08 Wilson blk., Spring at.
RARHRPS' «I|PPI.IP« A»ir> O»IN0BRS>
BTKINKJSf <fc KlltUHNKlt. 180 N. Main at.
BICYCLES
•KEATING," Hay ley, King & Co., 210 N. Kals. ,
CAST-OFF CLOTHING.
0. OREENOAItT, buy and soil, 107 t ommeralal.
DRUGGISTS—WHOLESALE
F. W. BRA ' .'■ «fc C 0.,405-407 fi. Main; tel. Mt.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUSWIO £ WAGNER Mott Market. Tel. He*
OROCERS--WHOLES ALE
HAAS, BARI'CU * CO., 320 to 3S X. L. A. at,
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORD INN, oor. Bth Jt Hope. Tel. 1171.
LAW, COLLBCTIONS, MERCANTILE REP'TS
STANDARD COLLECTION A MERCANTILE
CO., duo.) 1100,000, 111-ill Stinison. A. C. Broa
ei eon, att'y.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE; OF CAL., 2i» Court at.
MANTELS. TILES AND HARDWOOD LLin BER
HENRY BOHRMANN, 514 S. Spring at. Tel. 748.'
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, Rm. *1«. Tel. 7a.
PHOTOGRAPH-LANDSCAPB
F. H. MAUDE £ CO . 211 W. First et,
REAL ESTATE
NORTON « KENNEDY, 134 8. Brdwy; tel. laa.
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MORENO, 190 Allso Bt.
SEWINO fIACHINE REPAIRING
M. V. BtLLINIiS, 424), S. Spring St. Tel. 1145.
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAM. W. ADAMS,33B N. Main. Tel. 1347. |
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
OOUKSTABLB & court's, IU N. Los Angeles,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALrTERS
BOOTH & ROW, 2M S. Main st. Tel. 18411.
WATCHHAKER AND OPTICIAN
O. STOESAK. tU S. Spring si. bet. Mb and ith.
WINES AND SPIRITS
3. F. A. LAST, 12s and lil X. Main at.
YARN HOUSES
WXW YOI.K BAZAAR, 148 N. Spring at.
Not.'cs of Foreclosurs Sale.
SHERIFFS S A I.E.
No. 24,tU».
Albert 0. Junes, trustee of tho i.os Angsles Fur
niture Company. plaintitT, vs. Julia B. Striiie.Oeo,
w. strino, her husband, aud V. W, Otterelo, de
fendants,
Order of sale and deorea of foreclosure and sale.
Underandby virtue man order of aaloandde
cr.-e of foreclosure and sale, Issued out of the
superior oourt or the county of Los Angeles, of the
state ot California, on the ad day of March, A. Jl,
IMS, In the above entitled action, wherein Aihen
C Jones, trustee of the i.os Angeles Furniture
Company, the above named plalutiff, ohiainod a
Judgment and decree of foreclosure and salt*
agalnstJulla B. Strtne, etals„ defendants,on tho
21st day of February. A. 1». 1808, fur tin sum ur
i hlrteen hundred thirty-live and 24.100 dollars,
coin 01 the Unitedßtates, whloh said decree was.
ou tho 2tth day of February, A. D. lsna, PHconlerl
in Judgment Book 50 of sala court, at uagsu, lain
uommaudvd to soil ail tiioso ot rtafn lids, pioues or
parcels nf land situate; lying ami being in the
countyof I.us Angeleß, state of t'alii'ornltt, ami
bounded and deacribed as follows: Lota forty six
(4iii an I forty-seven (47) of seotlon thirty-one t.iii
uftiio Palnivale Colony lands, in touiiship six t«i
north.rnngo eleven tin west, s. it. N. in tho
countyof Los Angelea, state of cuiii'oniia. as por
man recorded in book eleven (H) pattos eleven tin
andtweive (12), Mlscellanaous ttauofds of said
county, excepting therefrom tho northwest quar
ter of said lot forty-seven <47i. Togsinor with all
antl singular the tonotno.svs. hereditaments and
appur.onanoes thereunto betongthSt of in anywise
appertaining.
Fubllc notice is hereby gtven that, on Alomiay.
tho it ith day of Rtarc 1 !, A. It. tsttti, at 12 o'clock in.
of Lhal day, in it ont of the court house dour of the
county <>f Los Angeles, Broadway entrance, 1 will,
Inobodtence to said ordor of sale and deorea nf
fOreoloaura and saio, soli the above deacribed prop
erty, orso much thereof as ihhx- ho necessary to
satisfy said Judgment, with Interest and ot)sts,
t'it'.,t:i the highest and host bidder, for cash, gold
coin of iho united Htatss,
Datod tins t.iit day or March, i^oti.
joitx m int,
shorifl' nf I.os A ngeles t lounty.
By ('. W. FI.EMIXII, Bopulv Sheriff.
< ItI.IUHTON, lIAVIs* BAKWELL,
7-14-31-St Attorneys fur l'lalntlff.
jTa.^faTrchTld
Contractor in Asphalt Work
lloom 31 Bryson Block
I nao only Uic Alcitraz brauiU of Asphfllt,
which arc the purest and highe't urades
known and aro guarautsed Irce from coal tar
or putroleum residuum.
EUREKA OIL CO. 204 > 2 South Broadway
Producer* aud Dealers in
OIU FUEL OIL. OIL.
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1 iNot a
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1 Thing II
I y — ■tag—l;
• SHOULD YOU DO 1
I ABOUT PLACING |
I | AN ORDER FOR §
I i A SUIT UNTIL I I
I / HAVE BEEN I
Taken Into
| Your =- - j
Confidence I
up
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I QUIETLY ... I
I 1 Wish to Say |
| SUITS, to order I
I $12.50 up I
I PANTS, to order |;
I $4.00 up! |
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1 A. J. Jonas j
I 147 N. Spring St. I
l\ ARTISTIC DRAPER 1
$|***\ - - - OF YOUR I
$&SSSS&\ MANLY FORM i
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Visiting
School
Teachers
To the City Are Invited
to Call at
258 S. Broadway and
231 W. Third St.
And inspect our fine line of
Ladies' Footwear
Ladies' Fine Kid Boots in lace and
button, razor toes,
$3.00
Ladies' Fine Kid Boots in lace and.
button, razor toes,
$4 and $5
Southern Ties In black and tan,
beauties,
$2, $2.50, $3, $4
Low Shoes of all kinds and styles.
John Foster & Co.'s
Southern Ties and
Button Boots
Are the most stylish footwear made.
M. P. Snyder
Shoe Company
258 South Broadway and
231 W. Third Street
C. F. HEINZEriAN,
Druggist and Chemist
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles
Prescriptions carefully compounded, day
ot night.

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