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Nates si Numerous Nice Affairs Wherein Peo
ple Enjoyed Themselves Socially—Com
pany I Preparing for the Annual fluster.
Preparations lor Pleats
Pasadena, April I.—The residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gore on North
Marengo avenue was the scene last night
of an enjoyable charade party, among
those taking part being Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Lickler, Mr. C. G.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham, Mrs.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Sibley, Miss Sibley,
Mr. Tom Williams and Miss Tinkura.
The Old Maids' club will meet tomorrow
afternoon to arrange for a novel entertain
ment some time in tbe near future, whioh
will embrace a transformation scene in
which the old maids will become young
maids. The club is composed of members
of the Order of the Eastern Star.
The guests of tbe Spauldlng were
treated to a card party last evening, seven
tables being set. Dainty refreshments
were served and prizes were awarded to
the winners. Miss Key won the first ladies'
prize, a handsome set of card counters;
Miss Thomas took second, a band-painted
cup and saucer, while Miss Payne received
the consolation, a deck of cards. Mr.
Hatch won gentlemen's first, silver paper
•utter: Mr. Stevens second, cigar case;
Mr. Uilmore took the consolation.
G. A. It. hall was beautifully decorated
with flowere and bunting this afternoon,
the occasion being the second of a series of
fortnightly socials which the ladies of tbe
W. C. r. U. will give during the year.
Brigade inspector, Major Diss, division
inspector Lieut. Colonel Currier and Cap
tain Harrington of the regular army, will
conduct an inspection of Company I at the
annual muster which will be held on the
21th of this month. An extra drill will be
had by the company on Friday evening of
this week.
A meeting of the Shakespeare club will
take place on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Holbrookchaperoneda merry party
of young people, who enjoyed a straw ride
Monday evening. The party, which con
sisted of seven girls and seven boys, as
sembled at the home of Judge Magee on
East Colorado street anil drove through
Alhambra and Shorb's ranch, and returned
about 12 o'clock.
It is believed that a horse which was
tethered out in the grass Inst right by Miss
Foote of North Moiine avenue was stolen.
A man was seen by some boys early in the
evening to lead the horse away.
Robert S. Allen was appointed a com
mittee of one at the meeting last evening
of tbe Tuesday Evening club to look after
the outriders of the club's tallyho in the
Fiesta procession. The general arrange
ments of the parade were loft in the hands
of Mrs. Crilly.
Tomorrow evening occurs the regular
monthly social meeting of the Universal
let society. An entertainment has been
provided by the ladies aud refreshments
will be served.
The subject of the Fremb Revolution
will be discussed at the next meeting of
the Brownie club, witli Clare Burnham as
A special car of the Chicago and North
western Railway company arrived here to
day over the Southern Pacific, containing
M. M. Kirkman. first vice president of
that road, and family. They will remain
here until tomorrow.
The Pasadena Amateur Musical club
will be entertained Friday evening by Mrs.
Thomas in East Los Angeles.
The regular Friday evening hop at Hotel
(■reon will bo postponed until Saturday
this week on account of Good Friday.
San Pedbo, April I.—The 3-yaar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cartier
fell into ■» tub of hot water yesterday and
was family scalded. Mrs. ('artier, who
was confined to her lied at tho time, is al
most frantic with grief. The parents have
the sympathy of the community.
On Monday night the Fifth street depot
of the Southern I 'ac'lle Railroad company
was broken into, the money drawer broken
open and about $2 stolen. No clue.
Southern Pacific company agent Mr.
Downs says tho amount of money left in
the drawer was only two dollars in nickels
left for change.
A Sau Francisco.dispatch says Mrs. Anna
Johnson, brido of the captain of the bark
Knoch Talbot, tried to commit suicido last
night because her husband was en shore
yesterday and la-t evening, leaving
ncr alone. A dose of opium she
look nearly killed her, but she is
being treated at the receiving hospitpl and
may recover, Before her marriage Mrs.
Johnson was Miss Beatrice Lee. Her
home wus in Los Angeles, and her father
is Thomas Hughes. Before her union
with Johnson she was connected with
the Los Angeles Theater.
Thrown from Ills Wagon.
George Wise, an aged expressman, who
stands at the corner of Sixth and Spring,
and who resides at the corner of Fremont
avenue and Emma street, met with a pain
ful accident last evenini. His horse ran
away on Maple avenue and at the corner
of Eighth threw Wise out. He waa taken
■ lo tho receiving hospital in the patrol
wngonand his injuries dressed. One ear
was torn off and nis face and head lacer
ated. His wounds, while painful are not
lilt by a Fallinz Pulley
While working at a derrick boring a
well near tho Ninth street bridge, Sidney
riarnett was last evening seriously if not
fatally hurt. The crown pulley at the top
of the derrick, which weighs nearly 100
pounds, fell, mttt striking a projection,
glanced off and hit Burnett In the side.
He was conveyed to the hospital, where he
now lies in a critical condition. While the
full extent of his injuries is not known, he
Is thought to have been internally hurt. A
careful diagnosis will be given this morn
Gas Consumers neet
Tho (.las Consumers' Protective associa
tion held its Urst meeting last night, in tha
Byrne block, mid eleotod aa directors for
the ensuing year: President, A. C. Hnrper;
iiecretary. Albert Ltndley; treasurer. Dr.
Jr.Ji. Smith, aud general manager, George
Ik Rockwell.
A Bicycle Bulletin
Pilll.*nj.t,PHlA, April U—Chuiirnan Gid
eon of tho L. A. V,. today issued his
weekly bulletin. Declared professionals
(own request) C. M. Murphy of Brooklyn,
N. V., Louts A. Callahan, Buffalo, N. V •
W. A. Terrell, San rrancisco; W. A.
lor, Hunrte. Cel.: Clyde Washburn, Dnorte,
Cal.: W. Si. Vaughn, San Diego, Cftl.i
Charles H. Miller, Los Angeles; John
Jeiiks. San Diego; W. Aldredge, Phoenix,
Ariz; W. W. Hamilton, A. Stone, Denver'
H. B. t onihear, H. B. Neadiiam, San Jose;
The Chess Players
Nkw York, April I.—According to tiie
latest European papers to hand, Steinitz
lost the llnrd nnd fourth games of the
chess match against Schiffers, the latter
losing the fifth. The score now reads
bleinitz, 3; SchifTers,2.
Why He Bought It
A few days ago a gentleman stepped
Into a prominent drug store in this city to
purchase a bottle of Tip Top Cough rtyrup
When asked if any member of his family
was sick, lie replied: "Oh, no; (but my
wife feels that she must always have Tip
Top in tho house.'' This is exactly what
every mother should do—keep Tip Top in
the house for emergency cases.—From the
San Diego Sun.
All prices of wallpaper g,eatly reduced. A.
A. cckatrom. 32* south Spring street.
M^prlcs^for-anpapsr neat all ths city. A
' «"-"■ van ..Su.a. .St.ilf fi.rSSi.
Lata Rains Ate Suf.tclant to Insure OoM
Following is the United States depart
ment of agriculture, climate and crop bul
letin of the weather bureau, for the week
ending Monday, March 30. 1896:
Tho unseasonably warm weather which
prevailed at tbe close of the last bulletin,
continued during the first part of the past
week accompanied by cloudy and threat
ening skies, which culminated on the 27th
and 281 h in general and copious rains.
The latter part of Ihe week was cooler
with clear weather. The rains were gen
oral throughout Southern California; they
were abundant and well distributed and
were of exceediug great benefit to the
country. Early sown grain will now fill
out better and tbe late sown will grow
rapidly; pasture waa improved and tbe
bean prospect greatly benefited; corn
planting is in progress. Oranges are
blooming well; peach and prune trees are
covered with bloom, except in some of the
northern sections.
San Luis Obispo city—7o-100 of an inch
of rain fell during the week and put every
thing on a promising footing.
The week waa very advantageous to
crops, pasture and fruit. A warm, gentle
rain fell, precipitating 1.09 inches to date,
March 28th, but the weather is still cloudy
and threatening.
Bardsdale—After a spell of warm weath
er, it is now cooler. Nearly an inch of
rain fell on Saturday, greatly benefiting
grain and bean prospects. Prunes are
blossoming very unevenly.
West Saticoy—Fog and rain were ex
tremely beneficial to growing crops, and
the rains, while general, varied in the
amount of precipitation from 75-100 of an
inch to 1.51 inches. The highest tempera
ture was 92 degrees; lowest 42 degrees;
rainfall 1.51 inches.
Los anget.es county
Los Angeles City—Tbe first part of the
week was very warm, with cloudy weather,
which culminated on the 27th-28th with
rain araojnting to 99-100 of an inch. The
highest temperature was 89 degrees; low
est 44 degrees.
Lancaster—The weather during the past
week was good for farming; on Saturday
there was a fine rain which helps tbe grain.
La Canada—The weather was favorable
for all crops; grain is growing rapidly; lo
quats are ripening. Highest temperature,
74 degrees; lowest, 43 degrees; rainfall,
1 .<>:> inches.
Pasadena—The threatening and sultry
weather culminated on the 28th in a steady
rain, .80 of an inch falling. It was a great
blessing. Peaches and prunes are a mass
of bloom.
Duarte—The weather of the past week
has been favorable for all crops. The
rainfall on Friday and Saturday came in
good time and will insure good crops.
Highest temperature, 89; lowest. 46; rain
fall for storm, 1.40 inches; total for sea
son, 9.75 inches,
Pomona—There was a light rain March
20th and a heavy one on the 28th, amount
ing to 1.48 inches: total for season, 9.91
inches. Hay and grain about this place
are looking well and have Buffered little
from want of rain.
Riverside City—The rainfall for the late
storm was 1.11 inches; total for season,
6.37 Inches.
College Baseball
Princeton, N. J., April I.—Baseball:
Princeton, 13; Hobart, 4.
A Reporter Parson
Harvey Fowler, the newspaper reporter
who has become a clergymen of tbe Meth
odist church, learned to ferret out sin by
five years' work for the Topeka Journal,
his specialty being state politics; and there
never was a more zealous newßgather.
In look and manner he ia a typical reporter.
He looks likes an exclamation point; tall,
thin, erect, quick, he fairly startles one
by his presence. An "Adam's apple" and
an aggressive nose plow the way for. the
man behind them, aud a generous pair of
ears catch all that is going; a auspicious
i and inquiring mind; a nerve that never
swerves from its purpsse; an imagination
and a perception that need only fragments
if the entire story be not forthcoming; an
accurate comprehension. Such was Fowler,
the reporter, and he will carry that per
sonality into bis new career. Until be gels
his legs in bis new job he will behave with
becoming humility, but it will not be long
before be will be asking the presiding elder
| and bishop awkward questions, and finally
i he will be talking a new and strange creed
to bis flock. A man with that inquiring
mind cannot stay in a beaten path long.
|He is not built to accept things as he finds
' them. The Rev. Mr. Fowler's first charge
I will be a circuit of four country churches
in Riley county, his headquarters being at
/.emulate. His last newspaper work was
to report the Wichita convention.—Kansas
City Star.
The Tunnel Through Pike's Peak
"Colorado will have the longest tunneFin
the world when the Pike's Peak Tunnel
Mining Railway company has completed
the forty-eight miles of tunneling under
Pike's Peak, Cow Mountain and Bull Hill,
which is to connect Colorado Springs with
tho gold fields at Cripple Creek," said
George Jackson yesterday.
Mr. J ackaon has just returned from Colo
rado Springs, where he has been looking
af ler the contract for a big water tunnel
now being constructed by Wilson & .lack
son of Chicago. He was also making ar
rangements to construct this long tunnel.
The cost of the new project will be $_0,
--000,000, and the capitalization of the new
company is f25,000i000. The scheme
contemplates having the tunnel complete
by March 1, 1800. A considerable por
tion of tho money to build the tunnel
comes from Paris and London, it is said,
and the stockholders expect great returns
out of th« ore discoveries along the tunnel
route. The present plati of tho promoters
is to commence work within ninety days.—
Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Free Silver nnd High tariff
A few Pennsylvania manufacturers met
with the leading free silver Republicans in
Washington yesterday for the purpose of
formulating a plan of campaign in favor of
free silver and protection. The two causes
are rightly linked together. Both havo for
their purpose the alienation of the I nited
States from the rest of the world. Both
serve the same purpose—to build a wall
around this country and place obs'aclos
in the way of international trade. There
is at least a shadow of logic in the advo
cacy of free silver by an advocate of high
protection.—Kansas City Star.
McKinley and Hla Friends
He is the idol of every blood-sucker in
the country who objects to losing a cent of
the tribute that can be wrung from the
masses by tariff taxation. He is the ideal
Biatesmau of all that class of Republicans
who believe the people have not sense
enough to know when tlioy are being taxed.
Most certainly all these will unite to secure
his nomination, and if there is a purchas
able delegate in the convention there is a
grave possibility that he may be tempted
by some wicked man with the necessary
funds.—lndianapolis .-entitle!.
Qrcst Work of Congress
When the present congress adjourns the
fact should not be overlooked that while
twisting the lion's tail, flaunting the Cuban
red flag before the Spanish bull, making
faces at the unspeakable Turk and roast
ing the Cleveland administration, it still
bad time to make a daring assault upon
the seductive but deadly filled cheese of
commerce.—Minneapolis Tribune.
Progressiva Intelligence
A fresh proof of the intelligence and pro
gressive spirit of the people residing in Los
Angeles and its vicinity is afforded by the
fact that the scheme in favor of a greater
Los Angeles was carried at the pools en
Saturday.—Stockton Mail.
What It Will Be
It is certain that the Republican national
convention at St. Louis will not adopt n 1
clean, straight, unequivocal, honest money
platform. The silver resolution will be a i
straddle, a dodge, a delusion aud a snare. I
—i iucHgu vtiromoie. 1
They Arrived Yeeterday end Will Remain
Here Until Saturday Afternoon—The En
tertainment Planned for the Vlstorj—Ob
ject ol the Trip
Mayor Robert Pratt aud twenty-seven
aldermen and other officials and newspa
per men from tbe city of Minneapolis ar
rived in Los Angeles at 1 :ISO oclock yester
day afternoon, and until Saturday morn
ing the visitors from tho frozen north have
but to ask for anything they want and do
not see, and it will immediately become
The party was yesterday met at the
Arcade depot by the mayor and the coun
cil and a committee of Minneaotans, who
had provided a special car on the Santa
Monica new electric line for a trip to the
sea, and they relumed about 0 oclock.
This morning the party will leave the city
for a trip around tbe kite-shaped track, re
turning here tomorrow. A reception will
b"> tendered to the visitors at the chamber
of commerce from 7 :30 to 0 p. m.. after
which a Spanish dinner will be served at
the restaurant of Jerry Illich.
Saturday morning at !l oclock the visitors
will be taken for a drive around the city,
leaving Saturday afternoon for home by
way of San Francisco and the north.
The party left home on March 1 Mb, and
expects to be back at Minneapolis in about
ten days, Spokane and the larger Mon
tana towns will he visited before the end
of the journey has been reached.
It is needless to relate it, but the Minne
aotans have been having one H. 0. T. ftince
they left the thermometer beating a tatoo
at zero just a few .n at itie leagues this side
of the north pole some three weeks ago. but
nowhere, they all say, have they met with a
more royal reception than the one ac
corded them here and at Santa Monica
yesterday, and as a precaution for what
might follow while they are in this vicin
ity, some -vit among them has printed the
following tag, several copies of which each
one of the visitors is cautioned to have
constantly upon or near his person:
When I Can't stand, tie this to my Buttonhole,
Take mv I'ocket llouk, Wind up my
Watch, Sponge m. Clothes and
My Name is
Keep this nut of the Newspapers, and
tail my wife it wus au old s.umach trouble
The Minneaotans have a paving job in
prospective for their city. It is to be a
large job, beside which the recent (Mil,
--000 Main-street award is only a teaser,
and for the purpose of learning what is
best to be done under the circumstances,
and bow to do it, the present trip was
planned. The taxpayers of Minneapolis
are not paying the piper. Oh, no! If they
were built that way St. Paul, the city or the
Apostle, either or both, would have swal
lowed up their big village containing near
ly 900,000 people long ago. Some of the
railroad companies centering in and
about Minneapolis are furnishing the
sinews of war for the present campaign,
and what is left of the bills to pay, some
of the big paving companies will liquidate
without a protest. That, at least, ia tho
way in which these little details are man
aged hereabouts, and about the only differ
ence between a mayor and common coun
cil in Los Angeles and a mayor and board
of aldermen in Minneapolis is something
like 2500 miles.
The Minneapolis contingent consists of:
Mayor, Robert Pratt; city clerk, Charles
F. Haney; aldermen. Perry A. Long,
Burke F. O'Brien, George A. Domain.
Hugh Jennings, S. B. Loye, Sam E. Ad
ams, Andrew Anderson, Erick Bhode, Fred
A. Schwarts, P. W. McAllister, Jny W.
Phillips, Francis U. Drew, Charles K.
Dickinson and G. L. Fort.
City engineer, F. W. Capoelen; chief
engineer lire department, Crank L. Stet
son; commissioner of health. Dr. H.N.
Avery; assistant city attorney, L. A. Dunn;
registrar water works, Frank T. Moody:
sealer of weights and measures, A. G.
Mosher; sergeant at arms, F. T. Gaylord;
reporter Tribune, L, J. Hillhouse; reporter
Journal, Adolph Edsteu; reporter Penny
Press. H. A. Luxton; Dr. A. H. Hedderly;
caterer, John Darner.
The party travels in a private car, and
the caterer and doctor are on the trip to
act as a sort of counter irritant upon the
rest of the crowd. They came west over
the Canadian Pacific.
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
1 latest patent trusses (his own invention)
for curing rupture, also corsets for curva
ture of the spine, female supporters, eto.
Each case will be made to fit. Over forty
almost helpless cases of from two to twen
ty years' standing, some twice broken, are
today cured and have no more use for
truss. Patients from two to seventy-five
years of age. Information and testimoni
als will be sent free on application.
As last Saturday was rainy, resulting in
a diminished patronage of the Southern
California railway., excursion around the
kite-shaped track for the benciit of the
Newsboys' home, (lie trip, with the same
benellt in view, will be repeated on Satur
day next.
From LaGrippe.
How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restore-
One of Kentucky's Busirsv:
No DISEASE b„3 ever presented bo many
peculiarities as LaGrippe.. No disease
leaves its victims no debilitated, useless,
sleepiest, nerveless, an LuGrinpe.
Mr. D. W. I] litem, state agent of the' Mu
tual Life Insurance Co., of Kentuck3*, says:
"In 1889 and '90 I had two severe attacks
of LaGrippe, the las. one attacking my ner
vous system with such severity that my life
was despaired of. I had not slept for more
than two months except by the use of nar
cotics that stnpefied me, but pave me no
rest. I was only conscious of intense mental
weakness, agOAltlttS nodiiy pain and the
fact that I was hourly growins weaker.
When In this condition, 1 commenced using
Dr Miles' Restorative Nervine, lutwodays
I began to improve and in one month's time
I was cured, much to tho surprise of all who
knew of my condition. I have been In ex
cellent health since and have recommended
your remedies to many of my friends."
Louisville, Jan. 22,1896. D. W. Hilton.
Dr. Sites' Nervine Restores Health,
, It Pays to Trade on Spring Street V /
Easter C. Easter ' /
Ice Cream Soda, 5c I Ice Cream Soda, 5c
The Millinery Blossoms and Buds
Are charming you all —With more so-called "Millinery Stocks" in town than ever before, we have broken all our past
records in Millinery selling—This means but one thing, It means that the people find the best stocks just as surely as
jj water finds its level —It means that a woman will not pay more for the sake of buying a hat in a gaudy store—lt
means that in Millinery "THE PEOPLE'S STORE" is supreme—That's what it means.
w-« i mm _ \7 _ Oreat for Qualities—Great for Style—Great for Money Saving;—No wonder the
POUT tirCflt IVlOrnlflt VcUUGS meichants along the street complain of dull mornings , .
9:30 to 11:30 9:30 to 11:30 9:30 to 11:30 9:30 to 11:30
Hilk Carriage Parasols with ebonizcd Glasgow Scotch Ginghams, 3 crown brand, Black Mohair in newest fancy figured Lyons RUk Velvets in all the lateit spring
sticks crook or bal. handle, *+pmi handsome dress styles in nlatds mm I effects 33 inches broad nnd a /-» mm shades; every color, every /ft « g\g\
one of* the be»t values we have ftnJ checks, handsome t-uramer Mk ■jf r guiar f>oc quality t none hold / wkrf shade: regular $1.50 qual- | 1111
I ever offer <l* tj I -»W colorings: but #1 00 worth to a 7V before or after i>:3o to 11:30 _Wt/W ity; f rom 0:30 to 11:3u lor «a/l«\/lf
j From 0:30 to 11:30 customer; 0:30 10 11:30 —' lor tho yard
' D "f .„ Dress Goods and Silks ««,
i Sensible women Will ap- White Silk Parasols, $2.00
!! _ ■ i_ 4.14J- .r. - e,f fill — ... . .. White Silk Parasols Willi double ruffle
, preciare nils prescription 1111- Every train from the east brings us new and winsome creations to »ltain* » l "j ) * h 3 B*Miilt
lllg ol ours. We handle an crowd our already overflowing stock of spring beauties. aia ing one or
immense trade and can save ,P, h . ir ! a r .^ I,k = ,, l sa r, raso ! s :
. _ . • ns ■ rt n j w n>? mi , i Printed China Silk Parasols in Dresden
i you from $c to 25c on prices Black Dress Goods, Every New Thought pt,t,y D " Bdan
charged elsewhere. Best " ' '_'
! f-,, ,tc P.unnira a.i, u m<v «uui iv « ?3>9 lentous Priestly BlackDr»ss,Goods, in India MIX Parasols, 93.90
prOOt—try US. L,ompare Mohalrs,Mlk khWWt weaves »1.50. *i7oata3t. .Newest designsin White India illk Par-
nrirPS with those ad- .oniedUSn, IH inelfrt Srdad t\Cr» flujUtlej. tint Cheviots, Silk Warn 9£| ssols with deep silk ruffle and lad*
! TlieSe prices Willi UIUiC dtl «iti». 'We M HilC KXtJi Alma <-' e P< !! <. Armurcs, VZi effects, only $3.60.
1 vprfispd hv any dru? 11 d ao Ulllflval _ ,ie "- lhs \JU\* &MT«a *ati--ott, .out«-eit>«,k* a})l
yernsea Dy any uruj, siuic 111 yard yam White Silk Parasols, $600
tiie City. m ___________ White Pilk Parasols with colored Dres
mr t k*.hSs, tv-ni.r r >ne ________________ d RuH i e , _ n< j Dresden Silk at
r;?£ w.?ir-:::::::::«| mt »»»«t.r beauty for *0.00.
: ; Easter Silks, Every Quality and Color Easter Gloves
I cherry Tooth Paste, per tithe ...'ic « _ . _ —-
Knso Water nnd Glycerine, per bottle. ..23c . Easter Silk OIOVeS, SOC, 75c,
tav Kurt 14-oz Dottle :r>c The grandest line of Dresden designs, „ „ , _ _ . ~ , . *, _. , _-
I: Fan d. 'minim- lo the hair ...r.Oc printed warps in large stylish Hgnres'. Fancy figured Taffetas, on blue. pink, rose $1.00, $1.25
MaUUkifa, tre new perfume, per 02....000 Plaids and serpentine effects, all the (% a Jjidgi arnet grounds w.tli pretty s m Ka« Llne of Mj_ Gloves for Easter In
! Orown Bmsllini salts, per nottle 4-e newest lafloias. twenty two uches \ I S l ," sal*« value tat ™v MS llalC Ml tho m 0" delicate tints; Gloves and
Hath Soup, per dozen cakes fine broad to seioct from, for only, the »JJ I i?L J ! ' wW Jllttsin both elbow and shoulder
i Hamiole's cod Liver Oil 70c yard » ara lengths.
Koch's t oil Liver Oil 75c
Bcott's celery cdmpound 75u i i La Cigale Kid Gloves, $1.00
I Colored Dress Goods at Half Their Values ; a 7 ka _ M _,
I Health Tea ace La Hazeno Kid ulovej, $1.50
Oui'nin'e Tonicsfhi New Silk Stripe semi-checks In tho very I All-Wool and Silk and Wool Novelty fc_%*_i.Hh__ B _^«^i?%i_i_2
"o?irs II r mine laa handsomest light colors, 40 in. m{\ Mlxtuies-slaty ailiindt styles mj m Sh™ h, uftl
Ball's CatarrhCUfslS broad and one ol tho very new- CI If? to choose from,4l, £% 44 4s in. 7«ir * S_SSSr v«m aJKinT « n Hf JS™ffS„
Miles' Heart Cure 70c ineyaru ever enonn ior, tne jaru the town.
500 dozen Brooms
.lust arrived—Our car of BROOMS, which will be on special sale April
o, 10 and ii. Call and examine them before ciav of sale.
and 218 S. Spring St
Allcock's Plaster I
2 Bear in Mind—Not one of the host of counterfeits and Imita- \
P tions is as good as the genuine. y
I AVED FROM A LIVINB BRAVE. CEAAA v « forf «" lfour testimonials are
"J-J'" 1 " an*".' AalUlJD n ° t(ra <3ooo cured by ThsEllilr of
jjTjjlstV. tek v ~ __ (sWI last year, of Lost Manhood,
vkkl SOQ Nightly Emissions, and all Seminal weakness of
PPSt Sm rfreP'Sw m SSV WM any nature arising from disease, over-indulgence
',\<jta|9B (7 tiw orabuseofauykindofeithersex. Have the Druß-
tSiiVtl SJgka JM gist show you testimonials or address with stamp
Trwfi)r) X and we will send them Asi fcr SUiir of Troth, titino
« 2fa*M* S-» Trm ctt «- *! P« bottle, 6 for *5. Sold under a guaran.
.•^'fe^^3l ,, H AwtfwSfb. MUU4mwk\. fee to cure or money refunded Prepared only by
t3^UiH^^r 3 "jsa^^^9sßFS k T.l fllWAfi SCSTIIi. CO., Oratl bells, Ulob
For salu by J UOMAa Corner Tompia and bpring streets.
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
W. n. SHINX. BXS-2M Wilson blk.. Spring St.
"KEATING," Hawley, King A Co., 210 X. Main,
s. GIIEKNn A UT,buy anil sell. 107 Commercial.
F. \V. Bit A t'.N A C0..40M87 N Main; tel. MM,
LTJDWIa *, WAOSEB, Mctt Market, tel. MO.
11A AS, BAltl'l'll .t CO., 850 to KG N. L. A. St.
AUBOTSFOBD IXN, cor. fetli and Hope; tel. 1178
co.. (too ) 1100,000, nu-aia stimson. a. o. Brod.
erson, utt'y.
DB. warp, Byrne Bi'dj, Bm. a& Tel. TI
F. 11. MAUDE i CO..:n First et.
NORTON A KKXNF.DY, IBs H. llrdwy; tel. 60?.
J. F. MOBENO,!SO Allaost.
M. V. BTLLINUB, Wft H. Biiringat. lei. IMS.
CHAS. W. ADAMS, 3iK N. Main. Tel. 13,7.
couNBTABi.E a cciLTTs, iwi n. Los Angeles.
BOOTH *t ROW. 2M S. Main si. Tel. 1341).
O. STOESAK. Ml s. spring st. bet. Mil and Gth.
J. F. A. LAST, IXI and 1»1 X, Main St.
NEW YOBK BAZAAR, lilt N. Spying St.
jfe I. T. Hartin
531=533 S. Spring
j Houses furnished complete. A
lull Hue ot Household (Joods,
('arputs, Matting mitl HLoves,
Ouk Extension Tables 1111 i
Wmp~ unf**** V"'' n , Tues,luJ * uuti Sat "
C All Diseases are Caused
if Thai \ liy Germs or Microbes.
S *\ emovc tne Cause and
I jtf\Ui.'" 1 Nature will do the rest.
fe^OT®^*¥ a!l or write tur P atr *ph-
* ets find testimonials,
456 South Broadway
I y of Los Angeles, State Of California,
in the matter of the estate of Cadet fribame,
mi insolvent debtori Order or adjudication of in
t'adei irlbarne havlug filed tn this courj hla pe
tition, schedule and Inventory of Insolvency, from
which It appears timt lie 1h tm Insolvent debtor,
the said Cadet Irlbarne Is hereby declared to be
Insolvent* The sheriff of the County of Los Au-
Kt-ies ia hereby directed to take possession of hit
Hip fstat'. ion 1 nud persmnl. of the said Cadet
Irlbarne, Insolvent debtor, except stidl as may be
by law exempt trom execution, ami of nil* bis
deeds, vouchers, books of account, and papers, and
to keep the same safely until the appuintnieut of
anasilgneeof his estate. All person* are forbid*
den to pay any debts to the said luselveut, or to
deliver any property, belonging toaueh Insolvent,
m hint or to any person, linn, corporation or asso*
CiatloH for his us *; nnd the said debtor in hereby
forbidden to transfer or deliver any property, urn it
the lurthcr order of lids court, except as herein
v is ftirtherordered] that nil thn creditors o( said
debtor ho and appear before the Hon. Walter Van
Drste, Judge Of the Nuporior Court of the County
of Los Angeles, lv open court, at the Court-room ot
said court In the County of Los Angeles on the
sixth day or April, ISttti. at ID o'clock a in., of that,
day, to prove their debts nod choose one or more
aaalgttees of the estate of eatd debtor.
It la further ordered, that the order he published
In Tbe Herald, a newspaper of genernl circulation,
published In the COdOtVo( Los Angeles, uh often
at the said paper is published, before tbe safd day
set for the meet ing of creditors.
And It Is further ordered, that, In the mean time,
all proceedings against the riald tmolvent bo
Judge of the Superior Court.
Z/fueu jinrch 27ih, i6i*6.
Tested and True
For the past 18 months the citizens of this
city have been given an opportunity of
testing the most wonderful invention of
man in the line of a curative agent, and
hundreds have availed themselves of the
privilege and today are singing the praises
of the
The only invention of man known to in
duce free absorption of OXYGEN into
the system through the pores of the skin,
thereby increasing vital combustion and
burning up the diseased germs in the
Beware of Imitations
None genuine without bearing eagle trade
mark and name of Dr. H. Sanche. Call
and get a list of names of prominent cler
gymen, lawyers, singers and business
men who have been using Oxydonoi s In
their families for months and see what
they have to say of its merits.
Free treatment given at our rooms.
Southern California
Oxydonor Company
Wilson Block, S.E. Cor. Spring nod First Sts.
"By a thorough knowledge of the nstural
laws which govern the operations of disottion
and nutrition, and by a careful at plication of '
the tine properties of well soledted Co3oa, Mr.
Kppi haw provided foi our break fas < ami sup- -
per a delicately flavored bevei Age which may
save v* many doctors bills, it is by the juai*
clous lino of such articles of diet that a consti
l ntion may ho gradually butlt up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease.
Hundreds of subtle nvilidics arc floating
around us realy lo attack wherever t.icre is
a .veak point. Wa rr.ay esoapa mauy a fatal
shaft hv keepinw outsHjves wcii for tilled witli
pure ldood and a properly nourished frame "
—Civil service Gazette, Made aim ply with
boiling water or milk, Hold oily In hatf'-pountl
tins, by grooert, labeled thus:
JAMES EPFS A CO., Ltd.. Homeopathic
GllOßptstl, London, England,
|. M. Griffith. Prep. JonnT _ntfltn. V -fra*
V. T. Rriffltb, secreturv and 'Ireasurer.
Geo. It. Waites. gupt, of Mill.
Lumber Dealers,
-\nd lr.anuffictnrors of
nmsiic Mil worn ol Every Description.
Doors. Window*, Blinds and Stairs.
SB4 N. -XAMXDA sr.. Loa Ausalaa. Cal
020 TO 800 BO«NA VISTA ST.,
*uivi_ijm lib S. vimuuim Imm iSm
< lYj2)g\3UW CURE,
■'IHliif 1
Groaning with pains and always tired,l know
thai, you would gladly investigate this certain
relief and mainspring ot llle if you knew II
was no fake or wizard tilled with lightning.
Now, remember, we guarantee cures. Bow
can jou get caught, then, by another fake (aa
you put it. Have some of the best of refer
ences right here, efte- only a low weeks' effort.
Fore Throat, Rheumatism, Dvspepua, Liver
Troubles. Lost Vitality through tha want ol
oxygen in the blood, and that greatest central
on earth GENERAL DEBILITY must leava
you when the blood is charged with atmos
pheric oxygen. This may be tbe dream ol
your life to be restored to'health and vitality
as of days past Please Investigate, whisk
costs notblngbut a call at room H, California
Bank Building, and nnd we have the relief for
DB, WONG HIM, who has practiced meal
olne in Los Angeles for .1 years, au
whose offlce is at 839 Upper Main street, wflf
treat by medicine all dieeasee of women, men
and children Thedoctor claims that he has
remedies that are superior to all others as a
Specific for trouble* or women and men. A
trial will convince the sick that Dr. Wane
Htru'a remedies are tho most efficacious that
can be prescribed. Dr. Wong Hint Is a Chinese
pmslclau of prominence and a gentleman si
responsibility. His reputation Is mors than
well established, and all poisons needing his
services can rely on his skill aud ability. A,
euro Is guaranteed In every ease In which •
■ ecovery is possible. Herb medicines for sals,
639 Upper Main St., Lot Anfek
Hand-picked, South Field
Wellington Lump
Cement and Catalina Island
Serpentine and Soapstone
lor W. T. Co.'s ocean excursion steamers, tugs,
yachtt tiud pleasure launches. Telephone 8.
Poland Address
Rnck parish's
Water 2.9? Ijw»-»W-*
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