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The herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, April 09, 1896, Image 6

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Wsatiikr Risport—C I 'tatca department
•f agriculture vre»;!vjr report, received at
Los Angeles, April ISOtt,
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i Kan FRiNCTTn, April f* —For Southern Cnl
llornia: iientra lv fair Thura lay; br>U
tortherly wimJs and moderate aanJ storm*.
Fancy new potatoes—Althouse Bros
Dr. Wills' asparagus—Althouse Bros.
Northern asparagus—Althouse Urns.
Kooms S'J a week aud UD. I. S. hotel.
Ring up tel. I'M!'for Booth or Uoylson,
Undertakers. 256 S. Main st.
All courthouse employes will have two
balf holidays during ta Fiesta.
Orr A: Hines, undertakers, removed to
64" South Broadway. Tel. Main t>.">.
For important particulars about La Fiesta
see advertisement among amusements.
sharp <fc Samson, funeral directors (in
dependent,) 530 South Spring street. Tel.
Removed. R. W. Morris, dentist, Noian
and Smith block. Broadway and Second
sir. cl.
The entries for the dog show close this
week, on Saturday, at 113 West First
The liberty pole furnished by tho Fiesta
•omraittee will be put in place today in
Central park.
The Pine Tree state association will hold
Its next meeting tomorrow in tlie Friday
Morning club rooms.
Quan Lai is held as a United States pris
oner at the county jail for being unlawfully
In the country. Proceedings will be in
Strictly fine watch and jewelry repairing.
"We solicit the most complicated work and
assure the best results. W. A. Freeberg &
Son. 406 S. Spring.
A Chinese, W ong Ah Vow, was brought
to the county jail yesterday and charged
with arson. He is supposed to have burned
a wash-house at E! Monte,
Pat Garrity languishes behind ihe bars
of the county jail, having been ordered into
custody for defaulting in the payment of
alimony to his divorced wife.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239H South
Spring street. Painless filling and extract
ing. Beat sets of teeth from Id to $10.
Hours, Bto 5« Sundays 10 to 1 'j.
A hunch of keys, together witli a tag
bearing the name of John Schilling, Can
ton, Ohio, is at the police station awaiting
an owner, having been found on the street.
A scholar's street car ticket, bearing the
Dame of Ella Wright, is at the police sta
tion awaiting the owner. It was found In
stated iv a little book lying upon tlie side
Los Angeles lodge No. 00, B. P. 0. Elks,
will give its next social session at its hall
on Tuesday evening next iv honor of Dr.
W. F. Kennedy, who is about to depart on
a visit to tlie east.
Luke Rogers and Joseph White are in the
county jail to serve ten days each for a
misdemeanor, committed in Pasadena.
They consumed a meal in a restaurant, anil
failed to pay for it.
After this date the fare to Redondo
Beach, via the tvedondo railway, will be 35
cents for single and TP ce-its for round
trip. Saturday anil Sunday excursion rate
at 50 cents, as heretofore.
Deputy Constable Mugnemi placed F.
E. Jamison in the city jail last evening for
disturbing the peace. Jamison amused
himself by smashing windas and cursing
the women on Alameda street.
Do not drive nails into your walls. Call
at Ltehtenberger's Art Emporium 107
North Main street antl get his figures for
room mouldings. They will ornament
your rooms and preserve tlie walls.
Two girls, nametl Maud Williams and
Hazel Norwood, were found on Commer
cial street at a late hour last night by ÜBI
-,cer Shand. At the police station a chargo
■of vagrancy was lodged against them.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block,
flist floor, rooms 133, 134,135. Special
attention given to obstetrical cases aud ail
diseases of women and children. Elec
tricity scientifically used. Consultation
hours. Ito 5. Tel. IL'77.
Charley Wing, an Americanized China
man, became involved in a dispute with a
white man at the comer of Requena and
Los Angeles streets yesterday afternoon.
A scuffle ensued, resulting in Charley's ar
mrest for disturbing the peace.
The electric railway company has re
cently added a testing car to its equip
ment. By its use weakness in the wires is
discovered and measures of voltage are
determined. It will in practical use avoid
many a breakdown and emergency.
A special train from Long Beach last
Bight conveyed the members of the Maeca
bee tent of that city to Los Angeles, where
they were the guests of Los Angeles Tent
No. 'J. An exemplification of the new rit
ual work of the organization was the order
of the evening.
The California commandery, military
order. Loyal Legion, will give a banquet at
Illich's April 11th at 8:30 p. m. About
100 of both sexes are expected. .Many are
to come from San Francisco. Among the
guests are Mrs. Fremont, Judge Ross and
Judge Wellborn.
Free exhibition of Symons' great paint-
Ing, Sunset from Mount Lowe, with snow
scenes and numerous other views just taken
along the line of the Mount Lowe railway,
at office of Mount Lowe Springs company,
dealers in the purest of all waters, corner
Third and Broadway. I.os Angeles. Cal.
A new pastor, the Rev. Will W. Lagan,
recently of San Jose, was installed last
•vening at the First United Presbyterian
ghurch, corner of Eighth and Hiil streets.
The Rev. Dr. Gortlon ot Pomona presided.
The Rev. Mr. Kilpatricii of Santa Ana antl
the Rev. Mr. Baklritlge made addresses.
There will be a grand rally of the ex-sol
diers and sailors of tiie late war on next
{Saturday evening at McDonald hall, No.
127 North Main slreet. The meeting will
be iiuder tiie auspices of the Soldiers' and
Bailors Republican league of this city,
Several good speakers have been engaged
for the occasion, and every old soldier and
sailor is requested to be presen:.
A. citizen yesterday afternoon found an
Old deetl, wrapped in another piece of
J taper, on Mam stre?t, near Requena. Tiie
nstrtiment conveyed six lata in East Mon
terey from I). J. Houghton to Alonzo Mat
tica, and bore date of July l, in«n. It
was much worn and torn" by constant
usage and is in several pieces. Tiie owner
can have it by applying at the nol ice sta
A cloud on the title to tlie property it
was proposed to purchase for the News
boys' home has been niseovered and tho
hope of a deal in that direction has been
consequently abandoned. The officers are
seeking new bids. Tenders must repre
sent premises north of Ninth, west of Ala
meda, east of Pearl and south of Bsllev i«
avenue, and must be sixty to seventy feet
frontage aud deep.
A Spanlih Entertainment at Turnvereln Hall
Last livening
That the fair in the interest of tiie Sisters
of Mercy ho me has found favor, was cvi- [
denced yestenlay in ihe stream of visitors
anil purchasers that thronged Turnverein
hall throughout the day anil in the crowds
that attended ihe fan- hi tlie evening.
In the evening a line concert, under the
Sjnepiees of El Club Espauol was
Member of which wajgreeed with merited
aa*J>t*aee. Jamas W. McDonald opened tie*
program with a short address, after which
Father Liebana made a speech. Both ad
dresses were in the .Spanish language.
A vocal duet. Lt Poloma, by the Misses
Helen ainl Bertha Koth, was greeted witi
a storm of applause. Mazotirka Amorsi
was the end uf tlie first hall' of tin* pro
gram. Mid was given by I'iof. A. G. Gard
ncr, Mines. C. Heller. A. L. Gardner am
G. A. Hancock.
j The second part oi" the projramn.i> I
series of eight numbers delightful.v ren
j tiered by Abend's otchestra. and the voca
md orchesti-ui feature* of the entertain
nent were distinctively of Spanish eharac
An overture. La Media Noche," was ren
lereti by Prof, \. 0. Gardner, Mines. 0
Seller* A< U G.»rdner and G« A. Hancock
Miss Hertha Kotli followed with a eons
itiawita, beautifully sung, L. Hujo di
Amor, an instrumental duet, was the nex
nteresti'v number performed by Atphouei
Koth and J. Garcia*
Among iliem wae a descriptive fantasie
* A Trip to oney Island," with musical
effects and explanations by W. F Arend
which was Irigbly appreciated. 'Die clos
; ing nuinbor, a baby polka by Ltial, was
: p trticutarly we 1 rendered and was greetei
with a storm of applause.
Tomorrow evening will savor of Erin
I The Ancient Order of Hibernians and the
' Knights of Robert Emmet will be presen
j In full (force and the sons and grandsons ol
I the Emerald Ida will have an opportunity
;of renewing their youth by the reminiscences
'ences aroused by the touch of Irish music
vocal and instrumental.
The Best Hour of Holding Them to Be Consid
ered By ihe Union
Tlie hour of holding Sunday school ses*
si one will be the subject considered at the
April meeting of the City Sunday School
union* to he held this evening in the Third
1 Presbyterian church. Hill and Sixteenth
i streets*
There have been some expressions of
sentiment rectmtlv favoring a change ol
j time for holding the session in out- city
' Sunday schools, and as it seems desirable
to have the hour uniform in all the schools,
thesubjectistobedtscusadedat the meeting
lof the city union, where all may have an
I opportunity to participate in the discus
At this meeting Or. Warren F. Day, pas
tor of the First Congregational church, w ill
speak on the subject from the standpoint
of a pastor, and Mr. S. P. Mulford of the
I First Methodist church Sunday school* will
present the matter from a la> man's point
of view. Also Dr. J. M, Hoal of tho Im
manual Presbyterian Sunday school; Mr.
W* E. McVay and others will speak, and
it is expected that a largo number of Sun
-1 day school and church members will be in
attendance to discuss the matter. Most of
the Sunday schools in tho city now com
mence their sessions at 9:30 or 9,45
oclock in the morning. Some of the
"changers" favor the hour Immediately
following the morning church service, say
12:10 or 12 :30 oclock, while others prefer
the middle of the afternoon, 2:30 or It
There seems to be a strong preference
among a great many Sunday school and
church people to continue the present
morning hour. All persons Interested in
this matter are requested to be In attend
ance at the Thursday evening meeting and
take part in the discussion.
Thieves Enter Five Rooms By Using Nlppsrs.
A Neat, Cl."m Job
Burglars entered the two-story lodging
house at 537 Maple avenue, run by a Airs.
M. Sohofleld* between the hours of '2 and
1 4 oclock yesterday morning, and although
a light haul was made, the thieves did
their work with great dexterity and silence,
The job was evidently the work of experts,
and in its nature strongly resembles sev
eral cases of like character which have
lately been reported to the police.
Entrance was effected by the front door,
which is always left unlocked, and the
doors of live rooms were opened by using
nippers upon the keys, which were in the
locks on ihe iinside.
Iv every case the occupants of the apart
ments were undisturbed, nnd the lirsi Inti
mation that a robbery bad taken place was
when the landlady, Mrs Schotteld, awoke
about 5 oclock and found the door of her
room slightly ajar* which she had securely
fastened tho evening before. A Mr.
Devereaux was the heaviest loser, being re
lieved of a gold (Hied watch and $6.80 in
money. From other rooms amounts of
$7, $5 and two of $4 each were secured.
Silver cased watches were rejected, but in
one instance the gold chain attached was
detached and taken. A sum total of $26
cash was secured.
In all the rooms entered burned wax
tapers were found scattered upon the floor.
The thieves did their work with the utmost
silence, not a soul being disturbed In ihe-ir
slumbers. No clew was left behind which
will assist in apprehending tho thieves and
Prom the smooth character of heir work,
both in this and other cases of lil'.e nature,
they bid fair to operate with impunity.
United States Judge Edgar Aldrich and
Mrs. Aldrich are stopping at tlie Broadway
C. H. Adams of Chicago has arrived in
the city, covering the entire distance on
Mrs. Yaw. mother of the famed sincer.
Miss Kllen beach Yaw, is visiting Mrs.
Tryon anil Mrs. Scott on Santee street.
Mrs. S. Sepulveda, one of the best known
residents, has recovered from a critical
illness, after ministrations by Dr. H. 11.
Colonel 0. P. Chisholm, his wife, daugh
ter and two sons of Bozeman, Mont., are
in the city. They will spend several weeks
in and about town,
Mrs. O. Me Henry, wife of the president
of the Kirs': National bank of Modesto, and
sister of A. 0, Bilicke of the Holleubeek
hotel, is in the city visiting.
Mrs. C. K. Clarke und children, who have
spent several weeks in Southern California,
the guests of her sinter, Mrs. L Behymer,
have staited for their home in Jamestown,
Fivs Curtain Call i
At the end of the second act last night at
the Los Angeles theater the entire audi
ence became wildly enthusiastic and gave
ihe company live curtain calls, the author,
Mr. Royle, being called upon for a speech.
The excellent impression the play made
the opening night was the means of in
creasing last night's audience nearly three
fold. Captain Impudence has unqiiesiion
ably scored a hit here, and tonight's per
formance, which will be the last in Los
Angeles, will have a crowded house to
greet it. Friends, the favorite comedy
drama, will be given, Friday and Saturday
Berlin Captured
In its issue of April Hh, the Times, mi
rier the beading, "Berlin Captured," pub
lished matter reflecting noon the integrity
of a Mr. Berlin, an ex-lawyer and real
estate man. That gentleman denies the
insinuations In to;o aud subsequent events
tend to corroborate his statements, for yes
terday iv lustico Morrison's court, tiie pre
liminary hearing of tlie charges preferred
against him resulted In a prompt dis
missal upon the Conclusion of the testi
Boiling Water
Is good enough as far as it goes, but it does
rot remove a single one of the twenty
seven grains of mineral impurities con
tained In each gallon of our city water.
Puritan is twice distilled, consequently
pure The Ice and Cold Storage company
of Los Angeles. Tel. 'S-x.
The Latest Dictionary
The new Standard 1 Metionary contains
more than throe hundred ihou'and wards,
but not enough to express the value o;'
I'uritas as a healthful drinking water.
Sweat Moments cigarettes are properly
named, as all smokers will testify.
My price, [or waiipaper Deal all ilieolt? A
A. Ecktlrom. li'.'J i-outh. si.nns atreet.
For Intent building news res 1 the Builds*
■M Cuntmeter. OMMltti Breatiwav.
The Convention Opened in Music Hall Yes
terday With a Pair Attendance
The two days* mass convention in tin
interest of the proj>osed constituiiona
amendment opened under the auspices o
tho state campaign committee in Mush
hall yesterday with a large attendance o
both sexes.
Afternoon and evening sessions wen
held, opened with appropriate devottona
exercises. A number of noteworthy ad
dresses tending to the furthering of tin
causes for which til*} convention is held, in
icrsperced with characteristic of th<
sentiments of woman's sulf'rage sot to the
tunes of the national music, oonsiiiutei
the order of both program-*. Mrs. Mar)
G. Hay of In Han a, state campaign man
j ager of California, presided over the meet'
t!)gs. Mmes. MeComas, J. A. Osgood
Lucy S. Biatichard. Andrews, Maynan:
and Miss Ehzahodi I . Yates of Maine
occupied tho platform*
in tiie afternoon Mrs. .1. A. Osgood made
a brief address of welcome. Mrs. Ha)
followed In explanation of ihe object ol
the convention, soliciting the individual in
terest ot men and women, spicing her re
marks with a number of interesting per
sonal experiences of various campaigns.
Mrs. Mila Topper Maynard made tho third
address ot the afternoon, a thoughtful, ar
gun entative discourse, entitled, Enfran
chisement and Charaoier*
The aoeiker's line of thought ran along
a lofty plane, bearing on the spiritual re
lation of woman's suffrage to character.
She Relieved that even if tho country did
i not need woman's vote, bhe needed it
j herself for her sell-dependence; that self-
I dependence « a • tiie essential of nobiliiy ot
i character. Further* the present irresponsi
j bltlty everywhere would be neutralized
i with woman's vote. Whil foil grown wo
' manhood would come the full?st respon
i eibdiiy in every condition ol life. Miss
IYa es also made a short address, after
which the meeting was opened for eon"
deneed statements why woman should l>e
given sutirage, to which many brief and
some Witty reasons were given by both the
men and women of the audience.
In the evening an able oration was de
livered by Miss Etizibeth I. Yates, who
was presented in a short speech by Mrs.
Alice MeCoinas. The speaker hailed the
coming of the enfranchisement of the
women of California. She also spoke in
congratulatory words of this state, rich in
resources of hidden wealth, in nuggets of
wisdom and iv its wealth of superior
Today at :t and # p, m. similar sessions
will be held. Dr. Kate Moody, Eliza Top
per Wilkes ami Mrs. C. M. Severance are
the speakers for the afternoon. In the
evening Mrs. A. S. Averiil and Rev. Anna
Shaw will make addresses.
Newsboys Complain Against a Man lor Mak
ing Indecent Proposals
Two newsboys came into the police
station at 0:30 last evening and stated to
the officer in charge that ihere was a man
a* the corner of Third and Main streets
who had been making indecent proposals
to them aud other lads. Officer Long
went to tho spot with the boys, who untie*
itatingly pointed out the man. He was
placed under arrest and at the station gave
the name of J. H. Hales.
There were seven boys in the crowd and
they stated that they had been approached
by Bales who asked which one of them
would deliver a message for him. One
after another four lads were taken behind
the buildings iv a sort ot alleyway antl In
terrogated, Cigars and drinks were offered
to two of them. None of the lads would
accede to Bales 1 requests* whatever their
nature miffht have been, and two of them
came 10 die station and made the com*
plaint as stated. Hales was placed in a
cell on suspicion and the boys subpoenaed
to appear to testily against him when he is
atralgned today. If their testimony is
c inclusive a chaige will probably bo placed
agam.it him,
oil Ee/hains firm
Enoch Talbot Starts Today lor Another
There were no new developments in the
oil sttll itiorj yesterday, and it was reported
nt the exchange that the price of 85 cents
f. o. b. was being well sustained* The
Union Oil company, following in line, has
advanced its price to the same notch as the
exchange. The tank vessel Enoch Talbot
starts lOUth from San Francisco today and
with a fair wind should be here by Sunday
or Monday. She has just come off the dry
dock* where iter seams have beet: recaulked
ami thorough repairs made to put her in
first*class, seaworthy condition* It is not
yet known whether she will dock at Santa
Mor tea or R :dondo.
W. H. Fontain and EJ North returned
from a trip to San Diego yesterday without
accomplishing any definite results. Oil In
spector Methvin Is actively at work in the
Held compelling well owners to clean up
and put the vicinity of their wells in thor
ough sanitary condition. Many of the pro
ducers have done this of their own ac?crl
or upon request* and those who have neg
lected it will now be forced to tidy up.
Santa Ye Exc ir3i"n
Following Is the list of who arrived
iv the city yesterday from the east by
Santa Fo excursion in charge of W. Brown,
agent: Mrs. Wi I lard and daughter, J. H.
\\ illard, J. H. Home, G. Alley, I . Alley, J.
E. Do.an, Miss S. McCormlck* Miss A.
Williams, Miss G. Hamilton, Miss E.
Loueh, Boston, Mass.; C. D. Hawkins, S
U. McCaity,T. I). Hamgan, Miss M. Mc-
Cann, Chicago; G. H. Hatrord, C. E. Haf
ford, Aurora, 111.; J. l\ Elliott, EvausvUle,
Ind.; Mrs. M. D Rat tick, Pittsburg,
Kas.: M rs. E. Moss. Springfield, Mo.;
Mrs. S. E. Brown, Mrs. Goshorn and
daughter, C. H. Barber, Kansas City; Mrs.
A. s. Newton, St. Louis: Mrs. A. J, Brock
man, Thayer. Kas.; J. A. Tibbutts. Minne
apolis; Mrs. E. Q. Grove; Mrs. V. Mc-
Chesney, Miss X, Richardson, Kirksville,
Mo.: Mr-. L. Henry, Shawville, Id.: John
Johnson aud wife, Albuquerque, N. M.; T.
•i. Heath, YV. E. Smith, and eon. St. Louis,
fir.ld Attempt at Burglary
Yesterday afternoon about 4 oclock a
daring attempt was made to burglarize the
residence of 11. S. Mills, which is situated
in the rear oi' 030 Flower street. The bur
glar cut the wire iv the screen door at the
front of the house, and reaching inside
unhooked and opened it. The other door
was ullocked and the marauder walked
boldly into the front room. Mrs. Frances
Mills, the mother of Mr. Mills, was lying
asleep on a lounge in the room. The noise
made by opening the door awoke her, and
seeing a stranger, she screamed loudly for
assistance* The burglar waited for no
further developments, but backing out of
the door sprang over an adjoining hedge
and disappeaied. The occurrence shows
that the advance guard of thieves and
criminals, which usually gather in the
city during Fiesta lime, has made its ap
Disnlav* f >r the Chamber
Thomas Shooter of the city has placed
in the art gallery of the chamber of com
merce a dozen or more nigs made of tho
skins of wild animals, all found in Southern
California. There is a beautiful black
hear skin, two line skins of the California
lion, that of an immense wild cat, one of
the coyote, a beauty from a large grey
squirrel and another of a badger.
J, Joachim of La Canada has sent a
sample of almonds.
The chamber has forwarded to the state
board of trade at San Francisco two boxes
of fruit, one of nuts aud one of grain.
Choked on a Bone
While eating his dinner in a restaurant
on Main, near Fourth street, just before 1
oclock yesterday, a young negro named
Charlie Woods got a bone stuck in his
throat. He was masticating a lamb pot
pie m a hurry when a sliver of bone stuck
fast. In company with two companions
he hurried to the receiving hospital where
Dr. Davidson, after an hour's work, suc
ceeded la di.-lodging the obstreperous frag-
I ment ot a defunct sheep.
What Did All Him?
Shortly after 7 oclock last evening Dr.
Hopkins, A-hose office is. a the Byrne
block, was approached by a well dressed
man about 30 years old. on the sidewstik
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. 3. Gov't Rcpor:
at Hie corner of Second and Spring streets
The party address,-., ihe physician air
desired an interview. The pair proceede«
to Dr. Hopkins' office* where the strange
stated that he wished an examioattot
made, as he wit afflicted with heart iron
hie. In the midst of this proceeding h<
made a dash for tlie door and disappeared
His actions led to the belief that he hat
some ulterior motive, or was insane.
Pomona, April B.—The Pomona boart
of trade, at its meeting this week, decided
to have the present Pomona exhibit In th.
Los Angeles chamber of commerce re
moved and that a DOW ami better one hi
collected and placed there for Fiesta week
It also passed a resolution in favor of tht
•San Pedro harbor.
At the same meeting the citizens' petr
tion regarding the removal oF the reservou
on Holt avenue was referred 10 the cit\
attorney, as was also the one asking foi
an amendment to the bicycle ordinance
which will permit wheelmen to ride on cer
tain sidewalks.
Tlie expert accountant reported tin
books or city officials as all right.
The Utile son of W. F. Nesbit fell from n
hay loft on Tuehday and had ono of hit
thigh bones broken.
Already wagon loads of loose alfalfa has
are beginning to come into tins market.
Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Muss left this morn
ing for Portland. Or. They expect to re
turn hero next, fall.
The fruit and flower mission annual re
ception will be held Thursday night.
REDLANDS, April s. A. K. Smiley, whe
has already made Uedlauds famous as the
Park city through his private ground*
known as Canyon Crest park and Tremont
park on ihe mountain south of town and
Fredalb | park on the mountain north of
town, has purchased ten acres of orange
grove on the northwest corner of < Hive ave
nus and i irant street to present to the city
as a public park. It lies in the heart of
Prof. Rowland* New Telegraph Device.
Prof. Henry A. Rowland of the Johns
Hopkins university, after nearly a year's
labor, has obtained snreessful results from
a remarkable invention for transmitting
telegrams written upon a typewriter at the
place of sending that are reproduced in
typewritten form at the receiving point. In
addition to the typewriting p:\rt of the in
vention. Prof. Rowland with his new ma
chine can send over ilie same wire five or
six different messages at the samo time iv
one direction, which, in duplex, makes ten
or twelve messages that can be transmit
ted on the same wire at the same time.
He lias used a synchronous device in his
invention, aud iv die mechanical arrange
ment of the typewriter has used but eight
Bignals, the letters being produced by com
binations.—Chicago Tribune.
The Hon. Bath House John's Views
The Hon. Hath House John, the most
famous statesman in the First ward of Chi
cago, says or is the cause of many words of
pith. It was he who inspired the Hon.
John Powers to utter that memorable re
mark: "John, if 1 had your courage I
could break into the First National bank.''
It was he, who, thanking his constituents
tlie other night for the honor of a unani
mous renomiuation, made this impressive
"I bulieve in base hits and competition.
Thank you. Wili you join me?''
Toelmngeihe Hon. John FalstafT's phrase
a httie. the Hon. Bath House John is not
only wise himself, but is the cause ot wis
dom iv other men.—New York iSmu
Want Locate a Printer
A telephone message was sent to the poa
lice station at O:2U yesterday morning
from Santa Maria. Santa Barbara county.
Inquiry was made as to the whereabouts of
a printer named John Barry, whose post
office address was general delivery, Los
Angeles. Barry's father committed sui
cide at Santa Maria yesterday morning,
and the son was desired to be located and
asked to immediately communicate with
tha: town, by telephone.
Try o:ir port and snerry wines at 75
cents per gallon. T. Vache A; Co., Com
mercial and Alameda atreots. Telephone
Our Horns Hrz w
Maier AZobe.ein's laser, fresh from trnh
hrewery, on draught in ah tho principal
loons; delivered promptly In bottle* or kegs
Office snd brewery, 414 Aliro street; leiephnna
Hsaiman Fish Co., PcJro
Fresh Gib and lobsters shipped direct to ail
points in Arizona, Texas cn.t Mexico, f ro.n
cannery In Ban I'edro, ot lowest wholesale
j xicfcs.
Pabst Beer! Pabst Beer!
On draft. Olympic Hail. 121 \V, Firs; ot.,
IV, Gsrms, prop. Tel. -74. Finest commer
cial Inach. Leave orders .'or bottled bear.
F.agle Brand Oysters
Call for th«j Kagle liraad of fresh frozen
cysiers. Your grocer has theiu. Tbey are *
1 great delicacy.
K-rce Dispensary
For Ihe poor daily. Drs. Undley an \ Smith,
j Broadway and Fourth, Plrtle Block.
Agency for Pabst Beer
/ ganey for Pabst beer. Pacl Flo Bottling
Works, car. Fifth ana tVolfskill .-ts.
Hswley, Ku>g<& Co., IMO N. Main St.* agents
i genuine Columbus Buggy com petty 1 ! buggies
i and bicycles.
Advance Davis sewing machines remove 1 to
j 407 fi. Broadway, opposite Chamber com
j meroa

I Largest variety Concord buainoss wagons
; and top delivery wegons. llawley, King *t Co,
Pabst Be ri Pabst Brer:
On draft at Joe Arno'.d's, li5S 8 Sprin; sr.
j Big Tree Carriage Works, 12$ San Pedrj St.
concord business wagons a spsolslty
Dr. D. P. liiffentmeher. dentist, rooms 1 ani
5, 119 a. Spring £i., Los Angeles.
1896—19 lbs. X eatings-—"303 days ahead ol
them ah." Haw Icy, Kingdt Co.
Fiesta mask headquarters, Langs tad ter'ij
214 South Uroaduay.
Everything on wheels, Hswley, King & Co ,
210-312 N. Main st.
( Fcwlng Machines rented #2 per month. 407
j South Broadway.
Dr. Harriet Hilton. 424 8. Hill street.
Warranted and ••>3|SBS£>\
ißetpSL 1 Kept in Repair j »g|gjffl]
"om '. 5 '" 11 1,0 when you are hun
gry? ' "Works it takes away my ap-
I'i'i'lp.' —Now York Times.
'•! never rive a cent to ablebodied men."
"Anil expect ma to eat otr an arm for a
cent?"- Philadelphia Item.
I " Chls lie re bank wot I found tolls erbout
a sleepin' beauty wot slep" a hundred
years. Do yer IVheve il?" "Courts. I
kin do it myself."-Sparta Herald- Adver
• I never give to beggars in tlie street,"
remarked a young man to a beggar. "Will
yer honor oblige me with your name and
address and I'll call 011 you," was the
i prompt retort. —Answers.
"Don't us* 1 poor Hoap," read Perry Pa-
I tettic from the paper in which hi* "poke-
I out" bad been wrapped, "E( I had of been
Wrltln' that," ho continued, "1 think 1
would have left out that word'pore.'"—
j Adams Freeman*
(tagged Robert (at tramps' lodgin-house)
I —This is a-going !o be a hard winter on
j gents like you and tue, Mike. Meandering
I Mike—lsitV (tagged Robert—lt's a fact,
j Th' paper says times are glttin' so good
j there won't be men enough to do th' work.
—Amusing Journal.
"My man," said the philanthropist, "I
am going to five you a chance to work."
' "Mister," replied Meandering Mike, "me
j old lather lost half his fortune playiu'
roulette an'ihe other on boss races, an'
, almost the last advice he gimme was never
! to take no chance J."—Washington Star.
IS7O anJ 18Q6
Those Cleveland Haters, who are also
I Grant lovers, will find themselves in a very
j uncomfortable box when they learn that
. they have been denouncing the president
! for assuming identically the same position
on the Cuban question which General (irant
took with reference to the Cuban patriots
who were lighting for their liberties twenty
five years ago. It appears that the simi
larity between the two cases goes even to
1 this extreme that General Grant went oft"
j fishing while the matter was under consid
. eratlon. liut his action was not subjected
jto the criticism which the jingoists visit
i on Mr. Cleveland forgoing on an occasional
! duck hunt.—Kansas City ttar.
Various Prodigies
Giant pumpkins and prolific rose bushes
having grown to be chestnuts iv the south,
the City of Angels is proudly boasting of
having produced the naughtiest boy ever
; heard of.—San Francisco lost.
Notices un-lrr this head free.
SLATTKItItKCK-A son, In Mr. snd'Mrs ~H.
Wavtcrheck or 832 iv. Tweaty-tncond St.
Notices of deaths, without comment. InsTteit
under t.ns In ml tree. Funeral imticcs iaj>- *"S ••/
line. ■. .. A (/<
a' n 11;!.'!""" •'• «^^tT^t!tlp ron ...
Funeral leaves residence, 817 s.onc-eB at
9:80 oclock il. in April nth tor rath al* Fre
the services will be held. 9*'
COHEN Rebecca Cohen, beloved wife Hte arris
Cohen, lit the family residence.
avenue, at 2:8.) a, in. Wednesday, Anlws.
Funeral will lake jilnee '] ut - p. m.
Friends Invited
P Peck & Chase Co..
P 3?* IS ROA ii WAY. i
«najajii-BU" ■Ljjb t ■ m ■
*—r 11., i„i
201 North Sprng.
Special Sale . . .
* 1268 V
. . . Shirt Waists
I Fins French Dimity, white cellars
andcuffs, Ji. 50; waist sets, r 50,25 c, 55c
per set. Belt Pins 2>sc, SC, ioc. Belts,
best In tlie city, :sc.
j Ever Troubled With Your Eyes
fl Ever tried us? We have fitted. glass*! to H
B thOiiMiruls lo their entire mttislaction, I
E Why not give us a trier: We ivUi natisty I
E you" Lyes tested tree. Lowest prices. I
\ &. G. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician
6 B*s £. : 1 -.up: street, opp. S'tiramn Block.
!: J suiji.-bej list* nine years I
j Uf L..OE for th* Cratrn oa th* Wind**.
M'.y a thorough knowledge 01' tlie natural
lnws which govern the operations of digestion
and uutrititJtit mid by a uan-iul a< plication of
tne fine p opertlea of' well selected Co 30a, Mr.
Kpp* lias provided foi our breakfast and b up
per a delicately Savored be vet age which may
save us inn ny doctors' bills, it is by the judl
clous use "l inch article* of diet that a consti
tution may he gradually built up until strung
enough to resist ever) teudeney to disease.
Hundreds ol subtl i mnl -td ies are tluaiing
around us reaiy to attack wherever to ore is
a weak point Wo way escape many a fatal
shaft by koeptng ourselves well for titled with
pure blood and a properly nuurish&d frame "
—Civil Service Gazette. ' Made simply with
boiling water ° r milk, sold only iv halt-pound
tins, by grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES BP Hi? & Co., Ltd.. llonrropathie
Chemists. Loudun, Eng. aud
EUREKA OIL CO. wk South Broadway
Producers nnd Dmitri in
Ifj ne Is found when testing any j MjjJf Jt
I TRUE I garment advertised by this fflfg
\ RING J house. If we tell you a ' }f|f
suit is worth $10.00, that is 1/Mfjw
. its value; sometimes we sell I ]Wm \\
you a suit worth $12 SO \ (jnjhjt jj^
~ If we do we tell you so. Ifjjlf 1
' fjljj'jj In your buying you will gain by testing the mrjt J
' itwl "* rue r ' n S" °f evcy assertion we make. |f|)i J
1 Men's Underwear, £0c; it will show a 75c ||/| J
( (flf/J value. Other lines at 75c, $1, $1.25 and 1.50. M /Ir^g
'11 101 N. Spring St. If p . 121
.////ill True Ring / ,uJ
' //IJ 201,203,205,207,209 W. First St. Cof/fef ('/ Mf
Attend the |
• Department
At the j
Solid Reductions Throughout 1
Ladies' Satin Hose Supporters.. .20c Scale Belts, each 35c 1
All-Silk Windsor Ties tgc Sterling Silver Belt Pias 25c 8
Cliina Sill<, all colors 20c i Silk Garter Elastic 15c. jg
Ladies' Jersey Vests 5c j White Metal Belt Pins jc I
Assorted Veilings, all colors 5c ' Hooks and byes, a dozen ie N
Laces, Ribbons, Kid Gloves, Underwear, Para
sols, all at Reduced Figures
Ladies' Tan and Black Boot-style 1 Ladies' Fast-black Spun Silk
Hose roc j Hose 50c
Ladies' Fast-black Seamless $1 R. & G. Corsets, during sale. .50c
Hose 15c Children's Ferris Waists 25c
Ladies' Black double sole and ; Boys' Cheviot Shirt Waists 25c
heel Hose 20c I The $ 1.25 Jackson Corset Waists.Bsc
Parasols, Shirt Waists, Trimmings, Etc. |
I All Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 1
I Millinery 1
|| m 248 South Spring St I
People "Wonder" how the "Surprise" can sell so "marvelously"
cheap, especially in High-grade Novelties, richest quality, latest
SI direct-imported styles. f S=j
mm am
l| Investigate Carefully II
tM ioo pieces Plain and Fancy Ribbon, all silk 15c to 25c gjj
Ma ioo pieces No. 7, all silk Sc l|j
Egg 25 dozen Silk Velvet Roses; 3 Roses, 3 Buds 28c
[pj Satin Violets, per dozen 8c M
Is 100 dozen tine imported Flowers, per spray Sc J|j
gjpj Large Silk Roses, sold In dry goods stores for iSV, special lure 18c JgM
Wm Ostrich Tips, all light colors, each 8c S§f3
H Latest Styles Silk Wire Frames, each 18c
H Finest Jet Piquet, each 28c pg
H 100 dozen White Leghorn Hats, worth 50c 28c glfd
m ico dozen White Sailor Hats trimmed, worth 50c 25c jglj
op Sjsj
H ■ - ~ ■
1 The Surprise, 248 S. Spring St. |j
This Is the First House in the Ciiy Starting Cut Rate Price:.. |1
Brooms — TODAY — Brooms
Everyone will have a chance to get a broom at our Great Special
Broom Sale, which takes place Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The prices
are within the reach of all; lower than you can buy them at wholesale.
Come early. The following prices will prevail:
Regular. Special.
Fancy four-sewed No. I Kitchen Broom 30c 15c
Fancy four-sewed Parlor Broom 4°c 25c
Fancy live-sewed Carpet Broom s°c 30c
Fancy two-sewed Child's Broom '5C 5c
Fancy Whisk Broom (in case) 2 5c 15c
Fancy Whisk Broom (ivory handle) s°c 25c
• Fancy Stable Broom (iron bound) 50c 3?c
216 and 218 S. Spring St.
**my w-*bw a MM Telephone 537
i L# S-i A /i/a JOHN H - ROLi n «
■ lit R ~ / m If I 3 a * tVeat Second Street
g V W. ICE CREAM AXP sherbets a si-zcialt y
rrompt delivery to all parts of city.

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