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CHURCH NOTICES
" HALL, WEDNESDAY/,
May 13th, One More Night With Earle
the wonderful test medium, In new and
itarlYing tests, bewildering, mystifying
and convincing; names In full questions
Swrored anS a grand demonstration
of hie psychic powers. Mr. Earle has kind
ly consented to give this. hl3last seance
before leaving the city there will be good
vocal and instrumental music and a
grand good time; come early and secuio
i.od seats; the hall has been newly car
peted, and that objectionable noise done
away with. l "
ST PAULS CHURCH, EPISCOPAL
Olive St.. opposite the park. Open every
day in the year. Daily service at 1 a. in.
The clergy will respond to all calls for
the•offices* of the church for strangers
or visitors, without respect to creed
burials, marriages, baptisms or Visita
tions (if the sick. Use of the church
cheerfully given free for funeral aar
v lcea._ Tel. 143 red_.
SPECIAL NOTICES
BUSINESS DAIIMf
Journal; a business newspaper; publish
ing all the county official records real
istate transfers, mortgages and hens,
building news, contract work, llnnae lal
news and all news relating to the re
sources and development of Southern
California and the great territory ot
Iho southwest. One dollar per mont I,
or in advance $10 per year. » V V , f
St., Los Angeles. Cal. »- 1 11 .
NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELEBCITY
Water Co. will strictly enforce the. fol
low n* rules: The bours for si,rl.,klm K
are between the hours of •> • n , d ,„ B r " vio
a m. and 6 and 8 oelnek p. m. For a \lo
fatkm of the above regulations tbe water
will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be
charged before the water will be turnao
on again. ________
LOS ANGELES CAL., MAY 11TTI, 1896-
Notico a hereby given that my wife,
D§ral. Norman, has left my home w, h
orn cause or provocation. I hereby notify
aTI penons againal trusting or hu boring
her on my account. JAMBS K. NOR
MAN.
BEND 10 CENTS FOB PACIFIC CUPID,
a matrimonial paper: partlilU 'irs of bu
reau in this issue. MRS. M. B. "ERTA
Manager, 812 Hyde St., Ban I ranclaco. 6-->
WANT ED—ALL SOLDIERS AND TH El R
dependent oiks to know that my Office Is
now located at IW% B. Spring st. JAMES
PI'GH. tl, S. Pension Attorney. ti-1
WATCH CLEANED, 75c: MAIN SPRING
B«c- hand, ioc; crystal. 10c; best material
used; work warranted for one year. G.
REICHGATT, 284 W. First st. M
A DIVINE HEALER AT 144 S. HILL
st cures stuttering and stammering,
consultation and diagnosis tree. 8-1
WANTED —STOCK—1200 ACRES PAS
turage at Ballona. See WILHELM, 826
S. Main st.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PERSONAL—JUST " LIKE FINDING
money. That's what peopll say who have
trleil a small ad. in The Herald. They
don't cest much, but the results are sim
ply marvelous. In this popular depart
ment The Herald has made a pain of
more than 200 pi r cent In the past few
months. Lis circulation counts. rite
Herald has it. If you want to talk to
half the people in Los Angelas and other
parts of Southern California, try a small
ad. In addition to the iinmer.se and
rapidly Increasing circulation of The
Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains,
at hotels and summer resorts, make it
the advertising medium of the Pacific
CC Look over these small advertisements
loday. They will interest you and may
make you some money.
Tomorrow try one. The results will be
both surprising and satisfying. 6-3tf
PERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.—GOLD
Bar flour. $1; city Hour. 90c; granulated
sugar, 17 lbs., $1: brown sugar, IS lbs.. $1;
Si lbs. rolled wheat or oats. 25c: sardines,
5 boxes, 2.1e: tomatoes, 1 cans. 25c; 7 bars
German family soap. 2"c; ."■ gallons oil.
80c; gasoline. 80c: 3 packages morning
meal, 25c: lard, 10-lb. can. 650; 12 lbs.
beans, 25c; 6 lbs. rice, 26c. 000 Spring st.,
cor. Sixth. 5--J_
MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR
ments at less your tailor's
\v. First St., Wilson block.*"* * 4-'l4tf
PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE
highest price for gluts' second-hand
clothing: send postal; will call. 111V4 Com
mercial st. 6-1S
PERSONAL
PBBBONAL—BACHELOR, AGED nr.
tall, dark complexion, well educated,
pood character and habits, desires the
acquaintance of a quiet, refined lady,
possessing ample means; object, matri
mony. Box 461, San Diego, Cal. li
PERSONAL—TWO YOUNG BUSINESS
men are desirous of meeting two refined
young ladles to attend v course of les
sons at a private dancing class. Address
P., box 60, Herald office. ' 11
PERSONAL — WAN Till > — "X" PRETTY
girl, Independent, to wed, by a young
man about 80; courageous, honest. no
flirt. Address letter ARTHUR VER
YOORT. General delivery. 13
PERSONAL-NEW PROCESS—IRRBGU-
Iarities, from whatever cause, cured with
out medicine, Instruments or pain: sure
cure; $1 treatment; home, spj Grand aye.
6-3-6
WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $35
for a suit when you can get the same
thing for $12 at the Misfit Clothing Par
lors. 124 \Y. First St., Wilson block 4-lltf
PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER
for 16 and we sell for $3 at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First at., Wil
son block. 4-lltf
MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY
WOMAN'S PECULIAR LIFE BRINGS
on backaches, neuralgia, headaches,
sleeplessness and m rvoua debility, be
cause their blood Is robbed of its'vltal
ity. Try an electric vapor bath and you
will apprt elate Its benefits, and recom
mend it to others. MRS. dR. MAYER,
The Wiley. .M 7 s. Broadway. Rooms 21
-32.
EDITH ANWAY, FORMERLY OF BOS
ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that
are healthful and refreshing; no rivals.
223 S. Main St., room 2. G-15
MISS OLEORA DEVENPORT DOES
gentlemen's mending neatly at room 12,
120 N. Main st. p)
WINNIE BELL, ROOM 4, 317 CO MM ER
cial st. Massage ami alcoholic baths. 3-2S
SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 449.» S. Spring St., parlors 1-2. 5-13
MISS GRACE ROBINSON, NEW HELL
man, 120 North Main, room 3, massage. 18
MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL
baths. 202 N. Main St., room 17. 5-22
JULIA MANSFIELD— MANICURING.
Room 8. 120 N. Main. 13
MISS MAY RUSSELL-THE NEW HELL
man, room 7. 7-y
»— -- — —.
ROOM AND BOARD
TWO LADIES CAN FIND A liuoil AND
good board in a private family, within
walking distance of the court house
References csi hanged. Address N. box
80, Herald office. 14
TO LET— FURNISHED BAY WINDOW
room and beard. 20is Figueroa St., cor
21st; references. ]f
BICYCLES
8. LARSEN & CO. HAVE THE AGENCY
for Relay bicycles. 282 W. Fifth st. 8-10
MACHINE MANUFACTORY
YON SERKF.Y MANUFACTURING CO.
234-236 E. Second si., manufacturers of
special machinery, dii s and models; only
accurate work; guaranteed.
SPECIALISTS
C. COLLINS, OPTHALMIi' op
tician, with tho Los Angeles Optical In
stitute; eyes examined free. 125 S. Soring
St.
HELP VV.-i NTED
lIUMMEL BROS. & CO..
Successors to
PETTY. IH .M MEL & CO,
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS
800-802 W. Second st.. in basoment
, California Bank Building.
Tel. 5U9.
Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., ex
cept Sundays.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
Milker. American. $23. etc.: ranch
hands, $19.50. etc.; man and wife, ranch,
$30, etc.; ranch hand, general work, $lh.
etc.: 2 miners, $2. etc., day, long Job,
miner, who is tool sharpener, f&etc., daj .
HOTEL DEPARTMEM.
Restaurant waiter, 820. etc.; man to
plve mud baths: baker and pastry cook,
$W, etc.; all around hotel cook. Arizona.
$4", etc.; waiter to do short orders, $6,
Bt °HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT.
Girl for light housework. Pasadena aye.
tV.: etc.: house girl, family 5. city, $20. etc.:
house girl, 3 adults, no washing. 818. etc.;
woman to cook for 23 to 30 people. <lrt
per month, no objection to child; German
house girl, near In, $20, etc.: French
house girl, near in. $20. etc.; German
cook, family 3, $20. etc.. Santa Barbara.
13 HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
WANTED—TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN
from each school or college in the city
10 work a portion of the time for 1 lie
Herald. Twenty-live cents in cash will
be paid for eaeli new name,and every
canvasser will have an opportunity to
win one or more of the following pr.zes:
One $100 first-class bicycle, a gold hunt
ing case watch, a six months' scholar
ship In a business college, double-bar
relled breech-loading shotgun. $20 suit ol
clothes. $20 overcoat, round trip to Snn
Diego or Catalina and return. Either ot
the latter includes a free dinner at the
Coronado Hotel or Hotel de AvaUoJU
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN, 28. CON
templating retirement from partnership
in large lobbing house, and locating per
manently In Los Angeles alter October
1, desires to invest and take active Inter
est In established, paying mercantile
business. Expert accountant with 13
years' thorough practical business ex
perience: Los Angeles and other excep
tional reference. Address, HUFI ORD,
419 Twelfth St., Toledo, Ohio. 2)
WONDERFUL! WONDERFUL! lil'N
dreds of good reliable men and women
wanting situations. Al cooks, bakers,
waiters, stewards, kitchen help of all
kinds. chambermaids, housekeepers,
laundry help, ranch hands, orchard men
and milkers, furnlsed at once by CALI
FORNIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
Tel. Main 961. 216 W. First st. 6-12
WANTED—SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
for appointment for young men in rall
wav mail service. Examinations soon in
every state. Particulars about all gov
ernment positions free. NATIONAL,
CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE,
Washington, D. C. S-15_
W IINTED - HONEST, INTELLIGENT
man With $123 in provision market: big
profits. MAHONEY _: ROBINSON, 426
B. .Main st. 13
WANTED—YOUR PATRONAGE, RELl
able help furnished promptly. RE ID'S
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 123 YV. First
_st. tf
OLMBTEAD .t CO.. 113'- S. BROADWAY—
Employment Agency. All kinds of help
furnished free of charge to employer, tf
WANTED — PORTRAIT AGENTS,
splendid commission. Room 4, 517 S.
Broadway. 13
WANTED—HELP FREE—27 SlTUA
lions, 320V4 S. Broadway. E. NITTIN
GER.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPBT
ent gardener, steady, and in gentleman's
private place; or any place of trust.
References If desired. Address 0., box 30,
Herald.
WANTED—POSITION OF ANY KIND,
by a young man from Canada: can get
gboil references from responsible parties.
Address J., box 1", Herald offloe. 15
WANTED—POSITION AS ASSISTANT
bookkeeper, whole or part of day; sal
ary no object: reference or bond fur
nished, tf., box 60, Herald office. 13
WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION BY
neat young Japanese cook: best referen
ces: city or country. MUTBU, 503 New
High st. 13
WANTED—JAPANESE WANTS SlTL'A
tion to do cooking or housework, city or
country. Address MINI, SOS S. Spring st.
14
WANTED—TEACHER IN COUNTRY
school, music and Spanish required, $vj.
C. C. BOYNTON, 525 Siimson block. 17
SUVA TIONS WANTED - FEMALE
WANTED—SITUATION ipr ~~ EXPER
lenced French-German cook, good Work
er, as housekeeper, city or country. 115
W. Sixtli st., near Main. It
WANTED—LADY LATE FROM THE
North wishes position as housekeeper
and companion. Address 2516 E. Third
st„ city, 15
WANTED AGENTS
WANTED—GOOD SOLICITORS. LA
dies or gentlemen, to canvass for tho
Parry fruit jar holder: great seller; re
tail price 25 cents: county rights for sale.
Address or call on BARRY, VAN DYKE
A CO., Hotel Ramona, cor. Spring and
Third sts., city. 13
WANTED—EXPERIENCED AGENT TO
canvas city. Liberal terms. 112 S. Water
st. 13
WANTED—REAL ESTA TE
WANTED—TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT
west of Central aye.; cannot pay any
thing down bllt v. isli the payment made
at end Of each mouth, to Include interest
On purchase. Address ii., box 60, Herald
Office. 15
WANTED—TO RENT
WANTED—TO RENT. JUNE IST, COT
tage of 5 rooms west of Hill and south of
Third sts.: must be in good condition,
with shade trees, small fawn, etc.; per
manent tenant with best of references.
Address REN I'ER. care Business Man
ager, Herald office, it
WANTED—MIDDLE AGED SINGLE
gentleman deslreea furnished quiet room
convenient to his office. E. B. S., 115 W.
First si., room 12. 13
H ANTED - MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—A GOOD HOME FOR 1 oil 2
children. 5 ami 7 years oIW. Willi kind,
respectable people. Address 0., box 7n,
Herald office. 15
WANTED —GOOD HORSE AND LIGHT
buggy for the keep; will give best refer
ence and beard horse in first-class stable.
Address 8., box 00, Herald office. tf
WANTED—A GOOD TYPEWRITING
machine; will pay cash for It. Call on
OLMSTEAD ie CO., 113b. S. Broadway. 11
WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE, '95
pattern. Must be in good condition and
low prie". M, Box 80, Herald office, tf
WANTED—NOTICE; ALL PERSONS
wanting cattle dehorned call on J. F.
ALLEN, 732 East Seventeenth st 10
LOST AND FOUND
TAKEN UP-AT THE FOUR MILE
House saloon, on the San Gabriel anil
Bl Monte road, small bay mare, with part
of single harness on. owner can have
same by proving property and paving
churges. *jl|
STRAYED - AT THE CONNOLLY
Ranch, Vermont aye., ten aheap. Owner
can have same by paying expenses.
ELIZA CONNOLLY. 3-4-9<j
LOST—WEDDING RING, INITIALS
engraved on inside. "G. p, to J. Q, 6-15
-1892." Liberal reward. Address Q F p
Herald office. _ jf'
CHIROPODISTS
MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, < HlRopo.
dlst, treats feet; klvcs salt glow, mas
sage; hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 215 and 216
Wilson block. First and Spring streets.
I'll. Z.V'IIU. I dSEASES OF THE FKE'l\
253 S. Spring St. t;-i'.i
STORAGE AND COMMISSION
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE, BUI K. FIRST
st. Tel. 340 Main. 6-6
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MOBNTNTCr, MAX IW. ITOtt.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR'^SALH—S6OO—PATENT—IF YOU
would Invest In any thing, and can sell
a useful, economizing article, all you
need is $300 and staying qualities. This
amount gets half Interest In a money
maker. The United Slates is your cus
tomer. 18
FOR SALE-$lOOO. IF YOU HAVE THE
cash to pay the above price for hnlf in
terest in A 1 business, worth $1500, call
quick. is
JlOOO-GROCERY STORE. OFF Busi
ness center, making (mug living : old and
well established: suited for any one wish
ing quiet and satisfied to get along easily.
To buy. sell or exchange any business
call on JNO. JONES, JR.. 228 Byrne blrlg. tf
FOR SALE—HAVE YOU SOME CAPITAL
you are desirous of investing? If so.
come at once and investigate the oil
burner, burning So per gal. oil, In opera
tion at 310 S. Main st. 16
FOR SALE—A GOOD LIVE MAN WITH
11(0 cash, "looking for a snap." can find
one by calling on S. BROWN & CO., 206' a
S. Broadway, room 18. 13
FOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN. A BAR
ber shop and cigar stand; am selling on
account of sickness; inquii|u at 613 EL
First St. 13
FOR SALE-FINE HOME RESTAURANT
genteel locattion, close In; bargain, 1400.
I, D. BARNARD, 117U S. Broadway. 13
FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSE, 30 ROOMS
Hill St.: rent only $7_ take part cash.
I. D. BARNARD, 117'- S. Broadway. 13
FOR SALE-CHOICE DELICACY STORE,
old popular stand: positive bargain: $275.
I. D. BARNARD, 11TV4 S. Broadway. 13
FOR BALE—I23O—SPLENDID CREAM
erv. butter and egg market. MAHONEY
& ROBINSON, 426 S. Main St. 13
FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER
routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG, Herald
business office. tf
FOR SALE-FRUIT AND CIGAR STAND
at a bargain; good location. 140 W. Fifth
SI. 13
TO SELL OFT YOUR BUSINESS SEE
1. D. BARNARD. IK'jS. Broadway.
FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSES
FOR SALE—LODGING HOUSE, CON
taining 14 rooms: finished new: highly
respectable: business center. Address X.
box 10, Herald. is
EDUCATIONAL
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE,
incorporated, occupies the entire fifth
floor of the new Currier block, 212 W.
Third St.; largest, oldest, best: elegant
and commodious rooms, intensely prac
tical course of study, able and exper
ienced specialists as teachers, complete
equipments, perfect lighting and ventila
tion, rooms heated by steam, first-class
elevator service; five courses of study
commercial, shorthand and typewriting,
preparatory, telegraphy and assaying;
the school is thoroughly live and progres
sive; it Inspires as well as teaches; day
and evening sessions: individual and
class instructions; successful graduates;
line class of students: visitors cordially
welcomed: full informal ion. personally
or by mail. E. R. SHRADER, pres.. E.
K. ISAACS, vice-pi es., I. N. INS KE EP,
sec. 2-26-7
WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN
corporated I, 226 8. Spring st.. la the oldest
and largest commercial school in South
ern California: the most beautiful col
lege rooms and equipment to be found
In the state: elevator for pupils' use; a
large faculty of experienced and able in
structors: open the entire year; both day
and evening sessions: a practical Eng
lish course, a thorough business course
and a course in shorthand and typewrit
ing under an experienced stenographer.
Write or call for illustrated catalogue
and full Information. O. A. HOUGH,
president; N. G. FELKER, vice-presi
dent.
MRS. ADELINE DUVAL MACK'S
School of Elocution and Dramatic Art,
816 S. Pearl st.. formerly of Washington,
D. C: special terms to schools: thorough
vocal training: private lessons or classes;
also dramatic training for theatrical pro
fession. 4-3-97
SUMMER LAW LECTURES. UNIVER
sity of Virginia—,l uly 1 to September 1,
1886. For studt nts and practicloners. 27tli
year. For catalogue, address (P. o.
Charlottesville, Va.) R. C. MINOR, Sec
retary.
FROEBEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE
Rosasl training school for kindergarten:
also school for boys and girls of all
61 tides, opens September 2.id. Apply to
MADAME LOUIS CLAVERIE. 8-7ly
BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS
only, begins September 16th: teachers
aided in getting positions; teachers, gov
ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 525
Stlmscn block. 0-30tf I
LoS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL I
for klndergartners. Fall term September I
18th. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 679 W.
Twenty-third st. 0-S'f
ETON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NO. 1:16 W.
Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN. LL. B.
HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES, 1003
W. Seventh St. 6-6
EXCI RSIONS
ONCE A WEEK PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions to Chicago. St. Paul,
Minneapolis and all eastern points, leave
Los Angeles every Thursday via Son-h
-ern Pacific. Union Pacific "World's Pic- I
torial Line." and Chicago and Northwest- I
era railway, crossing ihu Sierra Nevada*
and passing all points of scenic interest
by daylight. Upholstered tourist cars of
latest Pullman pattern, lighted by gas.
and run through without change. Com
petent conductors accompany each part v.
Fastest time. Lowest rates. For tick
. is and berth reservations, apply to J. H. J
PBARMAN, Manager. G. F. licrr, T. P.
A., 223 S. Spring st., Los Angeles, or to
any agent Southern Pacific company.
_ 5 3-6
PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT
ed excursions via the Rio Grande and
Rock Island route, leave Los Angeles ev
ery Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas
and pass tie: entire Rio Grande scenery
by daylight. We have a tourist sleeper
running through to Minneapolis and St.
Paul in connection with every party. Our
Boston car stops one day ut Niagara
Falls, Office 138 8. Spring st.
BURLINGTON R( lUTE—PERSONALLY
conducted excursions to the east every
Wednesday over the scenic line of the
world; upholst'-rod tourist cars without
chang..'. T. 11. Di'/.AN. agent, 222 S.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal.
DENTISTS
PA. DENTAL CO.. A. J. STEVENS. MAN
ager, makes a speoialty of crown and
bridge work and painless extracting. A
good set of teeth $5. 226 S. Spring. Tele
phone ll.su. tf
ADAMS BROS.—DENTAL PARLORS.
23:11;, s. Spring st.; painless extracting and
filling; plate 86, 88, $l»; all work guaran
teed; established 10years; hours, 8-3; Sun
days. PJ-12.
FRANK STEVENS. S24'i S. SPRING ST.,
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
electric light.
DR. KEMNEDY. DENTIST, 108% S.
Spring Btreet, rooms 2, 6 and 7; painless
extraction.
A I TORSE YS-A T-LA W
Zach Montgomery. James P. Montgomery.
MONTGOMERY He SON.,
Attorneys at Law.
526 and 527, Dullard Block, Los Angeles,
CaL 6-7
BROOSSEAU & MONTGOMERY,
Attorneys-at-Law,
403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf
PHYSICIANS "
DR. DORA.'KING, GERMAN-ENGLISH
specialist; diseases ot women; all ir
regularities restored; treatment confiden
tial; cure guaranteed. 446 S. Broadway.
6-6-96
plumbers
F RANK A.~WE INSIIA NX. PLUMBER
and gasfitter, 210 E. Second St. Tel. 136.
PIANOS
KNABE AND VOSK& SONS PIANOS AT
BIRKEL S, Parlors Is and 19, Plrtle blk.
. tf
HOUSE - VI O VINO
A. F. SLOPES. HOUSE' MOVER-OF
FICE, 113 N. Broadway.
MEDIUMS
PROFESSOR B. W. ABLING—
—THE CELEBRATEDCLAIRVOYANT-
Is In the city, at 413 W. Seventh st.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE
FIT YOU.
The Prof, challenges the world to prove
his equal. Ho reads the future without
mistake, gives valuable advice on all
affairs of life. He overcomes your ene
mies, removes evil Influences, heals fam
ily troubles, restores lost affections, caus
es happy marriages with tho one you
love; correct information on law suits,
divorces.marriages, business speculation,
names of friends and enemies: also the
one you will marry. His success In the
past proves his superior ability to help
you now: being successful In all cases
where others have often failed. Thous
ands of people have been made happy by
his aid and advice. The professor Is
not required to return to such methods
as charms and such trash, and does not
wish to be classed with card-readers, etc.,
but a life-reader from the laws of science,
which is clalrvoyancy. Those who have
been deceived by pretenders must not
give up In despair, but consult the pro
fessor at once; you will find hlin reason
able In prices, and all business private
and confidential. Letters with stamp
answered. Office 413 W. Seventh St.. be
tween Hill and Olive sts. Hours from 3
a. m. to 9 p. m.; Siuidav. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
No clairvoyant sign, o'nlv nnm" of PRO
FESSOR B. W. ARLING on window. 6-11
MRS. WALKER, CLAIRVOYANT ANII
card medium. Is meeting with wonderful
success. She Invites the most skeptical to
prove her power. All business affairs of
life looked Into, for the advancement
of your future. Will organize a develop
ing class and uives readings dally from
9 a. m. to S p. m. Spring st. 9-17
MRS. SANFORD JOHNSON. THE INDE
pendent slate writer and medium, gives
sittings dally at 628 S. Los Angeles st..
and holds circles on Thursday evening,
at Bp. m., of each week. Admission 50c.
and will take a few pupils for piano les
sons. 8-13
MRS. PARKER, PALMIST. CLAIRVOY
ant and medium: life reading .business
removals. law suits, mineral locations,
love affairs, etc. Take Third st. electric
car to Vermont aye. and Vine St. Sec
ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont
aye. 6-30
LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR
truth and justice; the greatest card rend
er of the age, and tells your future: charg
es reasonable. Parlors 17 and 18 San Jul
ian, cor. Fifth and Sun Julian. 5-21
R. E. G. Fit AIM. PHYSICAL MEDIUM;
manifestations in the light: circles. Tues
day and Thursday evenings:! private
sittings given daily. 767 Merchant st..
between Seventh and Eighth sts. 5-15
MME. GRACE. CELEBRATED CARD
reader; tells past, present anil future.
Ladles. 25 cents: gentlemen, 50 cents.
Parlors 24 and 25, 526 Maple aye. 9-30
IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OR WANT
to know your future consult ZINGARA,
the gypsy, at 217 S. Dill st. Office hours 10
a. m. to 8 p. m. 6-1
MME. STANLEY. CELEBRATED CARD
reader: reads your entire past and fu
ture: ladies or gentlemen, 50c. Parlor S,
414 S. Hill. 5-13
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY
ant card reader. Come ami hear the
truth. 3»'!j S. Spring st.. room 10. Price,
50 cents. 5-23
MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY
ant card reader. Come and hear the
truth. Downey blk., room 17. Price. 50
cents. B-23
MADAMS HAYDN — RENOWNED
card reader: all about business transac
tions. 915 W. Seventeenth St.; fees $1. 16
MRS. BARNETT—SITTINGS DAILY:
circles Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
433 S. Main St., cpp. postollice. 11
MRS. MANDENA, CLAIRVOYANT,
card reader, palmist and astrologist, 245
S. Spring St., rooms 7-10. 5-25
AGNES 11. PLEASANCE. TRANCE MEll
ium, is permanently located at 634 S.
Broadway. 19-tf
FINANCIAL
PACIFIC "LOAN CO.—
amount on all kinds of collateral secur
ity, diamonds, jewelry and seal skins,
also on pianos, furniture and household
goods In private lodging and boarding
houses and hotels, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money quick;
business confidential: private ofhVe for
ladies. \V. F DEGP.OOT, m_nager,
roms 2 and 4, 114 S. Spring st.
UNION LOAN CO..
Btimßon Block.
Loans money on all kinds of collateral
st curity: watches, diamonds, seal skins
and furniture in lodging and boarding
houses and on pianos, without removal;
also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low
Interest, money at once: business confi
dential; private office for ladies; room
111. CLARK k. shaw. Manager, rooma
111 and 112. first floor, Siimson block, t!
THE, GERMAN SAYINGS AND LOAN
Society of San Francisco will make loans
011 improved city and country property.
On loans of $300" and under, cer
tificates of title from the Title
Insurance and Trust Co. will be
accepted, making the expenses
on such loans very small. Build
ing loans a specialty. Apply to
R. G. LUNT, Agent, 227 W.
Second. 0-15tf
NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED
What we are!
AY ho we are!
And where we are!
Have you discovered the cheapest place
in the city to get money on household
furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware
house receipts, stocka and bonds, all good
collaterals. 22U Byrne building. tf
L. B. COHN.
The Los Angelea pawnbroker. 146 N.
Main St., loans money on diamonds,
watches, Jewelry, firearms, pianos, li
braries and all other collateral securities:
also sells unredeemed pledges for money
leaned and one mouth's interest added;
make no mistake, it is the reliable. L.
B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker.
9-10
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNTS
on diamonds, watches, jewelry, pianos,
safes, lodging houses, hotels and private
boils- bold furniture; low int'-rest; money
quick; private office for ladies. G. M.
JONES, rooms 11 and 15, 212'; S. Broad
way, adjoining city hall. 5-18
POINDEXTEP. & WADSWORTH, BROK
err. 305 W. Second St., buy and sell
stocks, mortgages, bonda and any good
securities; if you wisli to lend or bor
row or invest in real estate call on us:
collections made and property managed
for, non-re:'dents. 26tf
Ml INEY Ti • LI lAN—CITY OR COUNTRY
property, to 8 net; personal notes 01
security: mortgagee bought and sold. II
you nave money to loan or wish to bor
row iiiiv amount cal! on JOHN L. PAY
KOVICH, 22'J W. First st. tf
NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT
Co. loans money on all kinds of collatera
security: money quickly; business strict'
lv confidential. Rooms 95 and 96, Brysor
block, fifth tloor. JOHN MITCHELI
JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr
MONEY LI >AN ED ON DIAMONDS
watches, jewi lry, pianos, live stock, car
rlages, bicycles, all kinds of personal am
coiTateral security. LBB BROS., 402 S
Spring st. 8-21
TO LOAN—MONEY IN SUMS TO SUI'l
at reasonable rate 3. WILLIAM F. 808
BYSUELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13tf
MONEY TO LOAN—S2BOO, $15*0, $1000, $500
on city or country. If you wish to bor
row or loan see us. IT. S. notary public
]•:. C, CRIBIi « CO.. 127U W. Secondst. 6-
Tli LOAN—UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOI
small loans; up commission: light ex
pense. security loan ANDTRUSI
CO.. 223 S. Spring st.
It. A. NEWLYN, BROKER, 231 BYRNI
bldg., deals in bonds, stocks, mortgages
first and second, and all good securities, t
Tv LOAN—SIOOO Tf) $10.1100 ON REAL ES
late Becurlty, ALLISON BARLOW, 12
H. Broadway. 6-7tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
F< Ut SALE-SOME GOOD BARGAINS If
second-hand organs; good makes. KOH
LER & CHASE, 233 S. Spring st. tf
CARPET CLEANING
STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWINt
and laying. JOHN 11. iIiCHARDS. 12
' N. Spring. Tel. 1313. 8-9tf
House* mud Lots
FOR SALE—
BARGAINS
12000—Lot 54x160 W. side Flower st.
$2000— Fine corner for residence or flats.
$1800—Lot on N. side Seventh St., Bonnie
Brae.
$2750—100x156 8. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand
aye. and Flgueroa.
$5250— Very close in, 60x165,12-room house.
$1500—6-roora house, lot 50x150. estate must
sell very cheap.
$750-Lot on W. Thirty-first St., worth
$1000.
$750—Cor. Thirtieth and Maple aye.
$1600—Lot In Bonnie Brae tract.
$550—Lot on Wall st., sure bargain.
$200 per foot—Lot on Main st.
Several exchanges on hand, California
for eastern or northern.
Want to buy new house, 6 rooms, close In.
$2000 to $2500. $100 cash, $40 per month.
Money to loan. If you want to place mon
ey come and see me.
W. If. GRIFFIN,
tf 136 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—S97S CASH; VERY PRETTY
cosy cottage home. 4 rooms, plastered,
decorated, bath, closets. 50x140, beautiful
grounds, large trees, flowers, shrubs,
lawn, hedge, city water; cor. Ida and
Kent sts.. 3 blocks north of Temple-sl.
cable, near electric ears; beautiful view;
real bargain. WIESENDANGER. 227 \V.
Second St. 19
FOR SALE—( A BARGAIN)—FINE RESl
dence on West Twenty-third St., between
Grand avenue and Flgueroa st„ 10
rooms, with square hall, oath room, fur
nace, electric lighting: all well finished:
lot 50x173 feet: line lawn and fruit trees;
also large stable: terms easy. Apply to
owner, No. 135 E. Second st. 16
FOR SALE—S22SO; A BEAUTIFUL NEW
house, 6 rooms, bath, mantel,closets,new
barn. 35x14. No. 779 (also 7SI) Kohler st ,
and for $2000, Nos. 926 and 932Towne aye.,
726 E. Pico st.; $1750, Nos. 822 and 824 Stan
ford aye.: all new. convenient: on easy
terms. T. WEISENDANGER. 227 W. Sec
ond St. 19
RICHARD ALTSCHUL,
Real Estate. Lohus and Commission,
Has removed to
40? South Broadway.
Chamber ot Commerce Building. 6-30
DO NOT PAY BENT,BUT BUY A HOUSE
on the Installment plan from ALLISON
BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13-tf
City Lots
FOR SALE—GRIDER & DOW S
ADAMS ST. TRACT.
THE TRACT OF HOMES.
64 choice residence lots unsold are now
ofTercd at $300 to $1000 on easy payments;
6uo lots have been sold and over 250 homes
built In the past IS months; a school
building that cost over $17,000 and a fine
church are located In this tract; Aye
miles of streets graded, curbed and side
walked and lined with 2000 lovely shade
and palm trees; city water; electric
lights: modern street cars with 10-mlnute
service; only 12 minutes' ride from busi
ness center: four SO-foot streets ami onn
100 foot street; lots 50x150 to alley; high
and sightly location; rich loam soil, no
mud. Don't buy for a homo nor for an
investment until you see the "Adams-st.
Tract." Free carriages from our office.
Telephone 1299. For maps, prices ami
views of this tract call on or write to
GItIOKR & DOW,
17 139 S. Broadway.
FOR BALE—
A NEW DEPARTURE.
We now offer to furnish purchasers of
lots In the Alexandre Weill tract at their
option, with policies of insurance of the
Title Insurance and Trust company for
the full amount of the purchase price of
the lots bought, or with unlimited certifi
cates of title guaranteeing the title In
Alexandre Weill, free and clear of all en
cumbrances. Lots from $300 up on small
cash payments anil easy monthly install
ments, without Interest. Clerks, work
ingmen. laboring men. mechanics, motor
men, conductors, engineers, stop throw
ing away your money on rent and remem
ber the same payments will in a few
years make you the proud possessor of
your own homes. Just ask your wife
about it and get all the particulars from
RICHARD ALTSCHUL. sole agent, ISSVi
W. Second St., Burdlck blk. tf c o d
FOR SALE—
CLANTON TRACT.
$550—Cholde residence lots in this beau
tiful tract at $650, with a small cash pay
ment, the balance on long time. The
streets are all graded, graveled with ce
ment walks anil curbs. Located on Four
teenth St.. San Pedro and Chtnton sts.:
only a few minutes walk to the business
center; tree carriages.
GRIDER <fc DOW.
17 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—
GRAND BARGAINS.
$300—Large 50-foot lot on Twenty-ninth
St.. In one block of the electric cars, at
$3i)o—s2s cash and the balance at $10 per
month; street graded and graveled: cem
ent walks and curbs, and sprinkled. Car
riages from our office.
GRIDER & DOW.
17 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—
ORANGEDALE.
I'ine 50-foot lots on Twenty-third St.
In half block of electric cars, covered
with bearing orange trees: streets grad
ed and graveled, cement walks and curbs,
at $475 to $500, on easy terms. See them
before you buy.
GRIDER & DOW.
17 139 S. Broadway.
Mil; BALE—3Vj ACRES ON CENTRAL
aye.. near Tenth St.. will sell ail or part of
the above. Call on MARY A. NIEMEY
ER, 927 Central aye. 11-12
Business Property
FOR BALE—
I BROADWAY LOT.
We have a choice piece of property
on this line street, centrally located,
now in the heart of the business cen
ter. We are offering this property
at such a low price- that w ill make the
lucky buyer a handsome prolit with
in a short time.
CLARK & BRYAN, 127 W. Third St.
7tf
FOR YOU SOME CAPITAL
you are desirous of investing; if so come
at once and Investigate the oil burner,
burning 80 per gal. oils, in operation, at
310 S. Main st. 16
FOR - SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. 6-26tf
Country Property
FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A
few 5 and 10-acre blocks left; water right.
Now is the timetobuy. 1 f you have any
thing to sell or trade see E. K. ALEX
ANDER, 145 S. Broadway. tf
FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAP—
80 acres of good land in San Luis Obispo
county. Call or address 732 Merchant st.,
room 10, Los Angeles. 20
FOR SALE—LIvE STOCK
FOR SALE-FINE BLACK FAMILY
horse; not afraid of trains; kind, gentle
and 6 years old. Inqulro Dexter Stables,
712 8. Broadway. 13
FOR~ SALE—FRESH JERSEY WITH
twin calves. NB cor. Eighth and Ala
meda sts. 18
FOR SALE—YOUNG GRADE JERSEY
cow, just fresh. Central aye., one block
east on E. Jefferson at. 13
WANTED TO BORROW
WANT E D' TO~ BORR OW-I CAiTISn D
your money out at good Interest, from 3
to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN, 231
Byrne bldg. t£_
MUSICAL ______
BARGAIN IN ~A. SLIGHTLY USED
Steinwuy upright piano. Address X..,
box 100, Herald office.
PATENTS, COPYRIUHTS, ETC.
KNIGHT BROS.. PATENT SOLICITORS;
free book on patents. 424 Byrne b'd_g-_
FORJIENT HOUSES _________
FOR RENT—THE CHEAPEST PLACE"
In town for mattings, linoleums and win
dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid.
THE MATTING MART, 601 S. Broadway.
7-10
FOR RENT—6-ROOM PLAT. CLOSE IN.
$10, with water. Also 10-room house near
electric line, $12. with water. R. VERCH,
room 80, Temple block. su-tu-th-tf
POR RENT—A S-ROOM HOUSE. CEN
trally located: 8200 for all tho furniture.
See this bargain. OLMSTEAD & CO.,
H3Vi S. Broadway. 12 _
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM HOUSE,
hnrd llnlsh. screen porch; $». Including
water. LANG-BIRELEY CO., 209 8.
Broadway. 6-6tf
FOR RENT— A BEAUTIFUL 6 ROOM
house, close In. all modern; very low
rent. Apply at 831 S. Flower st. tf
FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 1236
Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 H.
Broadway. tf
FOR RENT—.I ROOM HALF COTTAGE,
furnished. $12. Apply 518 W. Seventh st. 13
FOR RENT- HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND
bath. Apply 707 W. Sixth st. 14
FOR RENT-ROOMS
FOR" RENT-SEVERAL NICE BED
rooms. $5, $6. $S; modern conveniences;
very desirable. 409 W. Seventh, near
Hill. ! 13__
FOR RENT—FLOOR, 4 ROOMS FUR
nlshed completely for housekeeping;
modern: very desirable. 409 W. Seventh,
near Hill. 13
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. SlN
gle or en suite. Beds from 25 cents up.
RUSS HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and
First sts. 6-5
FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
rooms, transient, close In; also single
rooms. THE WAVERLY. 127 E. Third
st. 4-25
FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA. 321 E.
Second st.: furnished rooms; $1.25 per
week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c per
night. 10-1 tC^
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS,
with housekeeping privileges, at low
rates. 412 W. Second st. IS
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS,
with or without separate kitchen, for
housekeeping. 319!- W. Eighth St. 13
FOR BENT—NEW AND HANDSOMELY
furnished rooms, m suite or single. GOR
DON BLOCK. 206., S. Broadway. 18
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR
nlshed rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGER S,
431 S. Hope. tf
FOR
FOR RENT— PART OP STORE, WITH
lino show window, on roadway; excel
lent location for jeweler. Inquire at 506
S. Broad wuy. tf
FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURN ER
hull: every first and third Friday of each
month. Inquire of janitor. 14tf
FOR EXCHANGE -HEAL ESTATE
FORE X (" 11A NGE-E X C L U SIV EA GE N -
CV for eastern manufacturer. Will take
city or country properly for part pay
ment. Address S. E.. Herald office, 6tf
FOR EXCHA NGE-MISCELLA NEOUS
FOR EXCHANGE—LABOR IN ANY
branch of tho painting line for a bicycle.
Sign or house work. Call at room 6,
No. 650 Upper Main st.. Socialists' Co-op
erative Feed and Fuel depot. lb
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE CLARIO
net for good riding horse; will pay dif
ference in cash. Address P., box 70, Her
ald. 14
FOR EXCHANGE-FINE NEW Up
right piano, for horse, harness anil busi
ness buggy: must be A 1 turnout. Ad
dress 8., box 80, Herald office. if
FOR EXCHANGE-SLIGHTLY USED
upright grand piano for horse board. Ad
dress C, box 70, Herald office. tf
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—CHEAP; 600 POUNDS BRE
vier type; was used on The Herald until
Mergenthaler typesetting machines were
put In April 15. Address Business Man
ager, The Herald, Los Angeies, Cal.
FOR SALE—TRAP. ONE END SPRING,
top buggy, and one phaeton, all Colum
bus, Oido. make. Buggy and phaeton
never used: at a big sacrifice. No. 416
E. Twenty-third st. 9-10
FOR BALE—AI REFRIGERATOR WAt »
on. could make good spring wagon: Al
fancy breaking cart and harness, all
made to order; will sell cheap. 512 E.
Second st. 17
FOR SALE-HANDSOME UPRIGHT
Grand Stelnway piano, at a great sacri
fice. Room No. 5, The Stanford, Fourth
and Hill str. tf
FOR SALE-ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK
elevator at a sacrifice. Inquire at The
Herald business office. 12-tf
FOR SALE—OLD PAPERS IN QUANTI
tIes to suit, at this office.
The Jury Disagreed
After being out all night, the Jury in
tho rase of <}. B. Bryant, charged with
having burglarized the residence of Maj.
Ben Truman, and stolen a number ol
diamonds and other jewelry, WW*
brought into Department One o£ the su
perior court yesterday morning, in ans
wer to questions by Judge Smith, tht
foreman stated that they had not agreed
upon a verdict, nor was there any pros
pect of an agreement. On this state
ment his honor discharged the jury
from further consideration of the case
It is claimed that the Jury stood 11
to 1 for conviction, but the one who stooc.
out could not be induced to change hli
opinion, and Intimated that he was pre
pared to remain the balance of the yeai
unless the eleven obstinate jurymer
would sooner come over to his way ol
thinking.
Violated the Postal Laws
Mis. T,ou Clark was yesterday
brought down from Fresno by Deputy
United States Marshal Oaks and locket
up in jail on the charge of having vio
lated the United States postal laws
Mrs. Clark and her husband were in
dieted by the federal grand jury tomi
time ago for sending through the maili
from Fresno to Mrs. Ella Barrett, at Sat
Francisco, an obscene letter. The hus
band was arrested some time ago, bu
nothing has been done in the case pend
ing the capture of Mrs. Clark. The let
ter is filed with the complaint and i:
of the vilest character.
Mrs. Clark declares that she Is lnno
cent of the charge and that she wil
have no ditTleulty in establishing thl
fact at her trial.
Charged With Assault to Murder
A complaint was yesterday sworn ti
before Township Justice) Younr;, charg
Ing Adolph Verdugo and John Doe wltl
assault with a deadly weapon on Carlot
ta Chavez. Verdugo t\as a lover of th
woman, but had been discarded, where
upon he waylaid her on the street am
slashed her across the iace with a knife
Flsaded Guilty to the Charge
J. A. Jelik,the Pasadena tailor chargei
with sending a dunning postal car.
through the malls to a creditor, yester
day appeared in the United States dls
trlct court before Judge Wellborn am
entered his plea of guilty to the chargt
He was let off with a line of $25.
(liven Her Decree
Judge Smith yesterday gave Mrs
Clara A. McArthur a decree dlvorcin
her from John McArthur. There was n
defense and the decree went by defaul
Decree ttv Default i
In the case of Wldney vs. Gedrem, i
suit to quiet title, Judge McKlnley yes
terday gave a decree for the plaintiff b
default.
Suit to Recover
The John A. Talman company of Chi
cago has sued Frank M. Chapman an
Chester P. Cory to recover $896.90.
THE KILLING OF HENDELL
John A. Barker of Pasadena on
Tr •! for the Crime
A MAN'S MAD INFATUATION
The Peculiar Circumstances Leading Up
to the Tragedy
Trial ol tha Ballerina Divorce Suit Com*
menced Behind Cloaed Doori Insanity
Examinations Court Neva
John A, Barker, the Pnsndona barber,
who shot and killed a German gardener
named William Hendoll In a little can
yon near that place, lor debauching hi-s
Wife and threatening his own lite, was
on trial on a charge of murder beforn
Judge Smith in department one of tht
superior court yesterday. Hut little dif
ficulty was experienced In Beeurlng a
jury, and then the taking of testimony
was commenced. Only three witnesses
Were examined on behalf of the people,
and then Darker took the stand in his
own behalf. He hud not concluded at
the hour of adjournment, and will re
sume his statement this morning. Bar
ker and his wife had become reconciled
before the shooting, and Airs. Barker oc
cupied a sent in the courtroom during
the entire day. She is a rather attrac
tive looking little- woman, but shows
signs of the ordeal through which sh<*
has passed. The prosecution Is being
conducted by Assistant District Attor
ney Williams, while the defense is In tha
hands of Mr. Wright of Pasadena and
Judge R. A. Ding.
The circumstances leading up to the
shooting make a most peculiar story. It
appears that Mrs. Barker knew Hendell
In Illinois, and before her marriage, It
is alleged, wus engaged to hlin. At any
rate this was broken off, and she mar
ried Darker and came to California.
Hendell followed, and almost at once re
sumed his attentions to Mrs. Barker.
The relations between them finally
caused so much scandal that Barker and
his wife separated, he taking the chil
dren. On the woman's promise to breax
off with Hendell, Barker allowed her to
take the children, and she established
herself In a home- In Pasadena. Hendell
was apparently Infatuated with the wo
man, and persisted In coming around
the house, despite the fact that Mrs.
Barker, who apparently wus honestly
trying to redeem herself, repeatedly told
him to stay away, as sin: did not wish to
have anything to do with him. The man
habitually went armed, and publicly
threatened Barker's life, openly boast
ing of his relations with her and saying
that he intended to continue them, and
that if Darker made any protest he
would kill him. On one occasion ho did
try to shoot Barker while he was out
with his wife, and would probably hay«
succeeded but for Mrs. Barker standing
in front of her husband to protect him.
On another occasion Hendell waylaid
Darker at a church, and also tried to kill
him, and fo terrorized both Barker and
his wife that on several occasions the/
left their house and went to a hotel for
safety. Matters finally came to such a
pass that a warrant was sworn out
against Hendell and he was hound over
to keep the peace. In default of bail he
was sent to Jail for six months. In the
meantime Darker and his wife hail
moved to a house in a canyon near Pas
adena. As soon as Hendell got out Of
jail he made his way to Barker's house,
where he again threatened Barker's life.
Darker was aw ay when he called, and on
his return his wife told him what had
taken place. They started out for as
sistance, Barker carrying a gun. HO
had gone but a short distance when he
came across Hendell crouching in tho
brush, with his hand on his hip pocket,
apparently w ailing for him. Barker shot
first, killing him instantly. He then went
to Pasadena and gave himself up.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
The Trial ol the Ballerlno Divorce Suit Com
menced Belors Ju-_eShaw
The trial of the divorce suit brought
by Mrs. M. A. Ballerlno aguinst Bar
tolo Ballerlno was commenced before
Judge Shaw in department live of the
superior court yesterday morning be
hind cloaed doors. Owing to the proper
ty interests involved, the case promises
to be hotly contested and may go to the
supreme court for final settlement. The
grounds on which the divorce is asked
is adultery, and quite a sensation was
caused when the aultewaa filed. Mrs. Bal
lerlno Is represented by J. Marlon
Brooks. Judge Miller and Judge Hatch.
While the interests of the defendant are
in the hands of Major Horace Bell.
The Ballerlnos are among the oldest
settlers In Southern California and are
very wealthy, so far as property Is con
cerned. Among other real estate own
ed by Ballerlno Is a tract of 160 acree
adjoining the west city boundary and
bounded on the south by Pico street
and on the west by Ninth. This tract
is in the territory recently annexed, and
is one of the most desirable pieces of
real estate in the city. The tract is un
improved,there being only a small frame
cottage on it with afow primitive out
buildings. There waß formerly a small
adobe on Pico street, but this has been
torn down. On this place Ballerlno lived
and raised a large family of chljdren,
some of whom are now married. Among
other property owned by Ballerlno are
some lots on the west side of Alameda
street, on which he has several crlbs.and
It is the possession of this property
which has apparently led to the old
man's undoing. Among Ballerlno's ten
ants was a rather good-looking young
Belgian woman known as Irma, and It Is
alleged that the old man forgot his mar
riage vows and yielded to her wiles. Mrs.
Ballerlno became suspicious and began
to watch her husband, and when she
had secured what she thought was pos
itive proof of his Infidelity, she went to
live with one of her married daughtera
and instituted divorce proceedings.
The proceedings yesterday developed
nothing sensational, In fact were rather
commonplace. As soon as the case waa
called the plaintiff put the defendant on
the stand to prove the amount and valua
of their property, with its Income, and
what disposition had been made of ths
money received. All of the property,
which Is roughly estimated at $250,000.
Is alleged to be community property,
which fact explains why the case is be
ing so closely contested. Ballerlno
claimed that much of the real estate Is
unproductive, and that the income from
his ranch does not pay tho taxes, ex
penses, etc. When asked how much
money' he had given his wife in the last
ten years, Ballerlno said that he had no
idea. He had given her money as she
needed It. sometimes $1, sometimes $2
and sometimes $10. He had kept up the
family expenditures and purchased the
clothing, etc., for the children. The de
' fendant was very closely questioned on
this line, and some rather peculiar facts'
i were brought out in regard to the do
mestic economy of the household.
The plaintiff then took her stand and
gave her testimony in the matter of
the adultery charge. When her suspi
cions became aroused she began mak
| ing investigations, and finally began to
', watch her husband. She saw him enter
the room of the Belgian woman, when
' the door would be closed and the shades
pulled down/ He would remain in the
place from fifteen to twenty minutes
. She saw him enter the house and leave
r It on several occasions.
This was about the substance of her
testimony, though it is said to be strong
ly corroborated, and other witnesses will
- furnish direct proof.
I The trial will be resumed this morn
-1 lng.

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