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RATES FOR CLASSIFIED ADS. Five cent* a Hue each Insertion; $1.00 per line per month. Six words make a line. Fraction of s line counts same as full line. CHURCH NOTICES ■rfHpAUL'S CHURCH. EPISCOPAL, Olive St., opposite the park. Openst-very day in the year. Daily service at»a. m. 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 of tbe sick. Use of the church cheerfully given free for funeral ser vices. Tel. 143 red, « SPECIAL NOTICES BUSINESS NEWSPAPER-THE DAILY Journal; a business newspaper; publish ing all tlie county official records, real eßtato transfers, mortgages aim liens building news, contract work, nnnacial news, and all news relating to ths re sources and development ot Southern California and tbe great territory of the southwest. Ono dollar per month, cr In advance $10 per year. 22i W. First St.. Los Angeles. Cal. 11 _ LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE— M. L, WICKS. Manager: rates one-half to two-thirds those of old line companies; business In ]X9f> of companies represented over SlOnnon.nno. Insurance methods change and improve with tlie progress of man. First floor over California bans. Second and Broadway Sts. Men or belles of good address wanted as agents. -i NOTICE—THE" LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the lol lowing rules: The hours for sprinkling are between the hours of II aud 8 oclock a. m. and 6 and 8 oclock p. in. For a vio lation of the above regulations the water will be shut off and a fine of IS will be charged before tbe water will be turned on again. 10-39 X. T. CASEY A CO. WILT/ HE OPEN FOR business on .Monday. May 18th, at 22:1 V\. First sr. where be will be glad to meet all of bis old friends nnd clients, and any one wauling to buy or sell anything in the way of real estate, iodizing nouses, at their place of business. E. 'J. CASEY. SEND in CENTS FOR PACIFIC CFPID. a matrimonial paper; particulars or bu reau iv this issue. MRS. M. B. HERTZ, Manager. 212 Hyde at., San Francisco. 0-19 WANTED—ALL SOLI >! ERB AND THEIR dependent ones to know that my office is now located ut 120% S. Spring st. JAMES PUOH, V. S. Pension Attorney. 6-1 A DIVINE HEALER AT 344 S. HILL ■t.;cures stuttering and stammering; consultation and diagnosis free. 0-1 EDUCATIONAL LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE, incorporated. oc< uples the entire fifth lloor of the new Currier block, 212 \V. Third st.: largest, oldest, best; elegant and commodious munis. Intensely prac tical course of study, able and exper ienced specialists as teachers, complete equipments, perfect lighting and ventila tion, rooms healed by steam, first-class elevator service: live courses of study commercial, shorthand and typewriting, preparatory, telegraphy and assaying: the school is thoroughly live and nrogres alve; it inspires as well as teaches; day and evening sessions: Individual and < lass instructions; successful graduates; fine class of students; visitors cordially welcomed; full Information, personally or by mail. E. R. BHRADER, pres., E. K. ISAACS, vlce-pres., 1. N. INSKEEP, aec. 2-26-7 _ WOODBURY BUSINESS C< ILLEGE ,IN corporated), 226 S. Spring St.. Is 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 tlie entire year; both day and evening sessions: a practical Eng lish course, a thorough business course and a course In shorthand nnd 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 MACKS 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 lor theatrical pro fession. 4-0-97 BUMMER LAW LECTURES. UNIVER sIty of Virginia— .Inly I to September I, 1896. For Students and practieioners. 27t!i year. For catalogue, address <P. O. Charlottesville, Va.) 1!. C. MINOR, Sec retary. FROEHEL INSTITUTE (CASA DE Rosas! training school for kindergarten; also school for lioys and girlß of all grades: opens September 2:: d. Apply to MADAME LOllS CLAVERIE. s-71y BOYNTON NORMAL FOR TEACHERS only, begins Septem!.-" 1 !- 16th; teachers aided in getting positions: teachers, irov erncsses and tutors supplied. Room 323 Stlmson block. C-30tf LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL for kindergartners. Fall t< rm September ISth. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 679 W. Twenty-third st. 6-Stf JONES & BATON, PORTRAIT SCHOOL, We give our pupils good paying positions. Room 4. 517 B. Broadway. 6-15 ETON SCHOOL FOR HOYS, NO. 136 W. Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN, IX. B. HARP STUDIO. MRS. J. M. JONES. 10« w. Seventh st. 6-6 I ' : : —— . — rr^n ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W Zach Montgomery, .luir.es P. Montgomery. MONTGOMERY .V- Son., Attorneys at Law. 026 and 027, Billiard Block, Los Angeles, Cs.l. 6-7 BROUSSEAU A MONTGOMERY, Attorneys -at-Law, 403 Bradbury blk., Los Angeles. tf FOR SALE LIVE STOCK FOR SALE-450, NICE HORSE AND buggy, worth COUl.le; must sell. Apply 2509 E. Fourth st., Boyle Height!. _ FOR SALE—TODAY, A Good DURH cow, at cor. Fourth and Alamedaßtß "1 1 "« -—■ CHIROPODISTS MISS J. F. ALEXANDER, CHlROPo dist. treats feet; gives suit glow, mas sage; hours 9 a. m. to Bp. m 215 and 216 1 Wilson block, First, and Spring street*. DR. ZACIIU, DISEASES OFTIIE FEET~ 233 S. Spring ri. 0-26 ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR BALE—SOU EOOOD BARGAINS TN second-hand organs; good makes, KOH _J_''_ CHASE. 2.: S. Spill,* v. ;; LOST AND FOUND STRAYED -FROM 843 S. FLOWER S' 1 ' Sunday. May 17th, bay horse, 1" years old weight about luoo lbs. J. o. LOTBPEICH.' _ 19 ' STOLEN—RALPH TEMPLE GENT'S wheel, from Central Park Cyclery. 518 S Hill st. Will reward. ... ' MUSICAL BARGAIN IN A SLIGHTLY ~ImED Stcinway upright piano. Address X box 100. Herald office. c—ae —a _s — —- __ PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLICITORS' free book on patents. 42; Byrne bldg ' 9-—-6 PIANOS *BA^ A H^ O P® * SON S PIANOSAT BIRKEL S, Parlors IS and 19, I'irtle lilt _ tf" ROOM AND BOARD TO LET— FURNISHED BAY WINDOW room and board. 201S Figutroa st co -21sl; references. ' ( [" SPECIALISTS DR. R. G. COLLINS, OPTHALMIC op tician, with the Lus Angeles Optical In stitute; eyes examined tree. 123 S. Spring WANTED-MALE^^ HUMMEL BROS. A CO., Successors to PETTY. HUMMEL A CO., ~„. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 300-302 W. Second st.. In basement California Bank Bull-ins-. Tel. 600. Office hours from 7 a. m. to 7:30 p. m., ex cept Sundays. MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Ranch hand. $30 to $33 per month: boys. 50c per day, city: milker. $25, etc., neat town; camp blacksmith, WO. etc.! Ger man milker. $25. etc.; American milker. $25. etc., butter ranch: stout ranch hand, $20. etc., fare one way: man and Wife, herder or chore man, stock range, $10, etc. _ HOTEL DEPARTMENT. 4 waitresses, city. $6 week; waitress, boarding house, country. $SO, etc.; dish washer, city. $5 week; kitchen helper, $5 week: good nil-round cook. $50 month: second cook, $10: Walter Helbach please call. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. Housegirl. Grand aye.. Olive st.. Col i lege st., Scarff st.. Twenty-seventh St., I Twentv-elght. 116, $20 and $2.".. etc.; Ger man girl, family 2. $15. etc.: experienced nurse girl, 2 Children, $20, etc., German preferred. 19 HUMMEL BROS. & CO. Til H EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OF OLMSTEAD .V- CO., iis'a s. Broadway. We are always, ready to furnish help of any kind at a few minutes' notice, free of any charge to the employer. Fall nt our ofliee and we will supply you at once, free of charge, with clerks, waiters, waitresses, second girls, nurses, farmers chambermaids, or any kind of help you may want. Also headquarters lor lodg ing house bargains and business chances. We have anything you want In a lodg ing house from 1 to 00 rooms which you can buy on terms tn suit. OLMSTEAB * CO., -, f Utlt S. Broadway. W iNTED- TEN BOYS OR YOUNG MEN from each school or college in the City to work n portion of the time for The Herald. Twenty-fiVa cents In cash will be paid for each new name.and every canvasser will have an opportunity to win one or more nf the following prizes: One $|c 0 first-class bicycle, a gold bunt ing ease watch, a sis months' scholar ship in a business college, double-bar relled breech-loading shotgun, $20 suit of clothes. $2o overcoat, round trip to San i Diego or Catalina and return. Either of tlie latter includes a free .'.inner at tho Coronado Hotel or Hotel de Avalon.^ ! WANTED—A YOUNG MAN. 2«. CON tempiating retirement from partnership ' In large Jobbing house, and locating per manently In Los Angeles utter October 1. desires to invrsi and lake active inter est In established, paying mercantile business. Exp.it accountant with 18 years" thorough practical business ex perience: Los Angeles and other excep tional reference. Address. HLIT'ORD, 419 Twelfth St., Toledo, Ohio. 2j I WONDERFUL! WONDERFUL! ITUN dreds of good reliable men and wom n n wanting situations. Al cooks, baker-, 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, j Tel. Main 901. 210 W. First St. 0-12 WANTED—SPLENIC ID OPPORTUNITY for appointment for young men in rail way mail service. Examinations soon in every state. Particulars about all gov ernment positions free. NATIONAL CO RRESFIINDENCE INSTITUTE, Washington, D. C. 8-lo WANTED-YOUR PATRONAGE. RELI ! able help furnished promptly. REID'B EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 125 W. First j _st. _tt_ WANTED—HELP FREE—2-7 SlTUA tlons, 3201., g. Broadway. E. NITTIN GER. HELP WASTED-FEMALE WANTED—LADY PIANO PLAYER. $0 per day and expenses to sing and play piano in a mining camp saloon. Apply tn clerk of Chicago house. Los Angeles, Cal. 21 WANTED—AN ELDERLY GERMAN woman as housekeeper In a small fatnilv. I DOl N. Main St.. cor. College. 20 ! WANTED—ONLY A REAL GOOD COOK. * DR. CHAMLEY. 211 W. First st. SITUATIONS WASTED-MALE WANTED—SITUATION BY COMPET enI gardener, steady, and in gentleman's private place: or any place of trust. References if desired. Address 0., box 30, licrald. SITUATIOSS WASTED-FEMALE WANTED— LADY LATE Flic iM THE north wishes position as housekeeper and companion. Address 2MO E. Third st., city. so WANTED — TO RENT WANTED—Ti' RENT, JUNE IST, COT tage of 3 rooms west of Hill and south of Third sts.: must be in good condition. With shade trees, small lawn, etc.; per manent tenant with best of references. Address RENTER, care Business Man ager, Herald ofllce. tf WANTED—VACANT HOUSE, LODGING aud dwelling. List your empty houses With us, and we will till them. oI.M BTEAD A.- rii, n:;c s. Broadway. 19 H 'A S TED -MISCELLANEOUS ! WANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID for collections of coins and postage stamps at Carson's Antique and Curio Bazar. 311 S. Main St., Hue-bank theater building. 6-16 WANTED—GOOD HORSE AND LIGHT buggy for the keep: will give best refer ence an.l board horse in flrst-clasa stable. Address 8., box 60, Herald Office. tf WANTED—A GOOD BOX BUGGY~ three-quarters preferred: state prlne must be cheap. Address J., box 90, Her ald office. tf WANTED—A KEATING BICYCLE. '95 pattern, Must be in good condition and low price. M, Box 20, Herald office, tf WANTED—OLD POSTAGE STAMPS bought, sold and exchanged, lis Winston St., rent- of main postoffiee. 24 FOR SA L E—MJSCBLLANE Ol S FOR SALE OR EXCIIANC, IG—ON E MI L ler s Little Giant hay press. ;; wagons 1 Ideal 2-horse power, and feed mill, 314 -horse power electric motor: want n't horse power gasoline engine. MILES DODD, jr.. 24.1 Bradbury block. if FOR BALE—CHEAP; 500 POUNDS BRB vier type; was used on The Herald until Mergenthaler typesetting machines wr.ro put In April 1.".. Address Business Man _agcr,JTh.: Herald. Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE-TRAP. ONE END SPRING, top buggy, and one phaeton, all Colum bus, Ohio. make. Buggy and phaeton never used; at a big sacrilice. No. 410 E. Twenty-third st. 9-19 FOR BALE—SOO FIRST CLASS 2 YEAR old orange trees, 800 W. navel, 200Joppa; 1100 for F. o. p.. Carpenteria. lot J. ft. Tin ItMOND, Carpenteria, Santa Bar bara. 19-21-23-24 FOR SALE-HANDSOME UPRIGHT" Grand Stelnway piano, at a gn at saeri liee. 1...0 m No. 3. The Stanford, Fourth and Hill sts. Call mornings. tf | FOR SALE—ONE 2-TON SIDEWALK elevator at a sacrifice, inquire at The Herald business office, ]2-u' I FOR SALE- STECK PIANO: CABINET grand upright; cheap; must sell ill lv' j Fifteenth si. 23 I FOR BALE—OLD PAPERS IN OUANTI- Iies to suit, at this office. DENTISTS ADAMS BROS.-DENTAL PARLORS 23:0 * S. Spring st.: painless extract ing _ n _ Oiling; plate 16, 18, $i": all work guaran teed; established 10 years, hours. S-j- Bun. days. 10-12. PA DENTAL CO., A. .1. BTEVENS N \\. ager, makes a specialty ofe crown an., bridge work and painless extracting \ good set of teeth, $'J. 220 S. Spring. Tele phone 1180, tj ERANK BTEVENS, 324% 8. SPBI ng ST? open days and evenings; also Sundays l electric light. 1 DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, Hisc s Spring street, rooms 2, 0 and 7; painless sx traction. LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOROTjSTG, MAY 19, 1996. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE-8150 MONTHLY GUARAN toed above all expenses; partnerio attend office In the best 39-rqpm lo.liiinif house in town; value In furfflture, price for $1630. See BUN WHITK, 221 W. First st; 20 FOR BALE-SI2S WILL BUY A DRUCA ry nnd notion store; great bargain; going Bast on account of death. This Includes stork fixtures and furniture. Apply 61! College st, Ix>s Angeles. 19 FOB RALE—two-NICB ("ASH OROC ory. clearing $.7.-> monbly profit; rent free: value In stock. Apply today to HUM WHITB, 221 W. First st. SO I'nß BALE-LODGING HOUSE OF 12 rooms, close In; clears $T>o inonthlv net profit: prices67s. Apply to BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st. 20 FOR SALE—DELICACY AND REBTAU rant, 122.';: great bargnln: everything first class. MAHONEY es ROBINSON. 426 S. Main st. 19 FOR BALE—»T36—HALF INTEREST IN produce business, new market. MA HONEY aY ROBINSON, 426 S. Main st 19 FOR BALE—WHOLESALE BUSINESS and general niiem-v a bargain, |6no, I. I), barnarh. 1 it■ -s. Broadway. 19 FOR SALE —WAGON ROUTS BUSINESS with bouse and lot. 4«x24'i only fIWO. I. D. BARNARD, 117H8. Broadway, tn FOR SALE-SLW-s.\LOON. NICB PLACE bargain. Bee BKN WHITE, 221 \V. First st. 20 FOB BALE- STEAM LAUNDRY PLAN'] - , half interest choice investment $lOno. 1. i). BARNARD, ii 7' 2 s. Broadway, in FOR SALE — CITY NEWSPAPER routes. Apply C. G. SPRENG, Herald business olllce. if TO SELL "I T VOI II "BUSINESS BKK 1. p. BARNARD, H7' L . 8. Broadway. FOR SALE- LODGING HOUSES for BALE—LODGING PQDfE, 20 roams, neat I v furnished; only fix BEN WHITE, 221 'IV. First st. l'< BUSINESS PERSONALS PERSONAL—JUST LIKE FINDING Inpney. That's what people say who have tried a small ad. In The Herald. They don't cost muoh, but the results ore sim ple marvelous. In this popular depart ment The Herald has made a gain of more than 800 per cent In tbe past few months. Bis circulation counts. Tha Herald has tt. If you want to talk to half the people In Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California, try a small ad. In addition to the iinnier.se and rapidly Increasing circulation of Tne Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorts, make i: the advertising medium of the Pacific coast. Look over these small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will bo both surprising and satisfying. U-3tf MISFIT AND UNCALLED-FOR GAR meats nt less than half your tailor s prices at the Misfit Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First St.. Wilson block. 4-14tf PERSONAL—WE BUI AND SELL ALL kinds of new and second hand clothing. TILTON. 636 S. Spring st. We pay cash; send postal. 6-14-tf LET YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN. It won't cost you a great deal if you use The Herald's popular Classified Ads. Thousands of people have tried them. RESULTS ARE MARVELOUS PERSONAL—RALPHS PROS—GOLD Bar flour, 61; city Hour, [nit-: granulated sugar, IT lbs.. 81; brown sugar, IS lbs.. 81; 9 lbs. rolled wheat or oats. 25c; sardines, 5 boxes, 2.V-: tomutoes, 4 cans. 25c; 7 bare . German family soap. 35c; 5 gallons oil, 80c: gasoline. SOo; a packages morning meal. 25c: lard, 10-Ib. can. 05c: 12 lbs. beans. 25c; (j lbs. rice, 23c. 600 Spring s:., cor. Sixth. 5-20 PERSONAL—B. MORRIS PAYS THE highest price for gents' second-band clothing; send postal; will call, ill's Com mercial St. 0-18 PERSONAL PERSONAL—NEW laritles, from whatever cause, cured with out medicine, instruments or pain: sure cure; $1 treatment; home. Sl5 Grand aye. 0-2-ii WHY PAY A MERCHANT TAILOR $35 for a suit when you can get the same thing for $12 at the Misfit Clothing Par lors, 121 W. First st., Wilson block 1-Htf PANTS THAT WERE MADE TO ORDER for $0 and $S we Bell lor at the Mislit Clothing Parlors, 121 W. First st.. Wil son block. 4-lttf EXCURSIONS ONCE a'wKEK PERSONALLY CON ducted excursions to Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every Thursday via South ern Pacilic. Fnion Pacific "World's Pic torial Line." and Chicago and Northwest ern railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas 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 ets and berth reservations, apply to,l. H. l-'EARMAN. Manager. G. F. lierr, T. P. A., 223 ri. Spring St.. Los Angeles, or to any agent Southern Pacific company. 5 3-6 PHILLIPS' PERSONALLY CONDUCT ed excursions via tho Rio Grande and Rock Island roul -. leave Los Angeles ev ery Tuesday, cross the Sierra Nevadas and pass tliu 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 at Niagara Falls. Olllce 13* S. Spring St. BURLINQTI N R( >FTE—PERSONALLY" conducted excursions to Hie east every Wednesday over the scenic line of the world; upholstered tourist cars without change, T. n. DUZAN, agent, 222 a. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY A SINGLE DOLLAR INVESTED IN Tills' treatment will often save patient a severe spell of sickness, antl may save Ids life. Impure blood is sometimes Inherited, sometimes acquired by poisonous atmos phere, or one's occupation may cause it. For impure blood from any cause take vapor bath, electricity and scientific mas sane. MRS. DR. MAYER. 517 S. Broad- Way, The Wiley, rooms :il-32. EDITH AN WAY, FORMERLY OF Bos ton, gives genuine alcohol rubbings that arc healthful and refreshing; no rivals, i 223 3. Main st., room 3. 6-15 A SCOTCH LADY GIVES BATHS; , scientifically given, at 316% S. Main si., room 4. 23 .MISS OLEGRA DEVENPORT DOES, gentlemen's mending neatly at room 18, 12" N. Main st. 19_ WINNIE BELL, ROOM 4, 317 COMMEH cIuI st. Massage and alcoholic baths. 5-23 SOUTHERN LADY GIVES ALCOHOL 1 baths. 443% B. Spring St., parlors 1-8 7-14 MISS MAY STONE GIVES ALCOHOL i baths. 202 N. Main St., room IT. 6-22 ' JULIA MANSFIELD, 120 NORTH MAIN, room S; massage. 23 MISS MAY RtJBBELL-THE NEWHELL man, room 7. 7-6 CARPET CLEANING STEAM CARPET CLEANING, SEWING and laying. JOHN JL RICHARDS. 120 j _V Spring. Tel. 1348. 8-9tf Plumbers FRANK A. WBWSHANK, PLUMBER I and gasntter, 840 E. Second st. Tel. 130. PROFESSOR B. W. ARLINO — —THE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT- Is in the city, at 411 W. Seventh st. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO BENE FIT YOU. The Prof, challenges the world to prove Ins equal, lie roads the future without mistake, gives valuable advice on all affairs of life. He o-rrrcomes your ene mies, removes evil influences, heals fam ily trouble*, resspres lost affections, caus es happy mat-mites with the one you love: correct Information on law suits, divorces.marriajjes. business speculation, names of friends and enemies; tils;) tho one you will marry. His sue, ess 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 ai«l and advice. The professor is not required to return to BUch methods as charms and such trash, and docs not wish to he classed with card-readers, etc., but a life-reader from the laws of science, which is clairvoyance Those who have been deceived by pretenders must not give up in despair, but consult tbe pro fessor at once; you will find him reason able In prices, and all business private and confidential. Letters with stamp answered. Office 418 W. Seventh St.. be tween Hill mid Olive sts. Hours from :» a. tn. to n p. m.: Sunday, f> a. m. to 5 p. m. No clairvoyant sign, only name of PRO FESSOR B, W. ARLINO on window. HI MRS. WALKER. CLAIRVOYANT AND 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 c lass and gives readings daily from !' a, m. to Sp. m. 816% S. Spring st. J»H MRS. SAN FORD JOHNSON, THE INDE- j pendent slate writer and medium, gives ! sit tines daily at 62S S. Los Angeles st.. j and holds circles on Thursday svenlng, i at 1 p nt.. of each week. Admission 80c, nnd will tako a few pupils for piano les sons. 8-13 .MRS. PARKER. PALMIST. CLAIRVOY nnt and medium: life reading .business removals, law suits, mineral locations, love affairs, etc. Take Third st. eleotrio car to Vermont aye. nnd Vine St. Sec ond house on Vine st. west of Vermont aye. 0-2-0 MADAME STANLEY. CELEBRATED clairvoyant, reads your entire past, pres ent and future. Satisfaction or no pay. Ladies only, 50c. BUM W. Third St.. room 4. G-1S LEONORA D'ESTE—A MEDIUM FOR truth and justice; the greatest card read er OI the age. and tells your future: charg es reasonable. Parlor;, 17 and 1? San Jul ian, cor. Fifth and San Julian. 5-21 MME, GRACE, CELEBRATED CARD reader; tells past, present and future. Ladies. 28 cents; gentlemen, 7,0 cents. Parlors 21 and 25, 528 Maple aye. fl-30 REMOVED TO HOTEL PORTLAND, 444% S. Bprtngst., AGNES H.PLEAACE, trance medium. Parlors lld-ll'i. Hours, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 191 f IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE OP. WANT to know your future consult ZINGARA, tlie gypSjr, at 217 S. Hill st, OfflOß hours 18 a. m. to n p. m. 0-1 MRS. BARRETT ELLIS, CLAIRVOY ant card reader. Come and hear the truth. 830% S. Spring st., room 10. Price. 60 cents. 5-23 Madame hatden — renowned card reader: all about business transac tions. HIS W. Seventeenth st.: fees SI. I! MRS. MANDENA. CLAIRVOYANT, card reader, lialmist and astrologist. 243 S. Spring: St.. rooms 7-10. 6-25 MRS. E. Z. BARNETT—SITTINGS dally; circles Tuesday anil Thursday evenings. 438 S. Main s.. Opp. postoffiee. 24 MRS. J. T.. KINO. TEST MEDIUM AND spiritual healer. 122:1 Maple aye. 18 FOR EXCHANGE—REAL ESTATE Ft »R EXi 'HANGE—OR SALE, MODERN new .".-room, bath, cement walks, lawn, powers and all complete; also 4-room. close in and in good renting locality: want alfalfa ranch. hullditiK lots, mer chandlse: make un offer. OWNER, room 13, 321'j B. Spring st, 20 FOR EXCHANGE—436 3-8 ACRES GOOD land in Kings county for l.os Angeles or Missouri properties. Address JNO. C. SCOTT, residencs cor. Vernon and Cen tral aye.. Po. O. address South Los An geles postoffiee. 19 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—2 FINE colis. 1 bay paerr 16 hands high, 1 trot ter and 1 mare 0 years old; 2 seated huck board and cart. Inquire St. Charles Ho tel. 314 N. Main st., room 8. 10 FOR EXCHANGE—EXCLUSIVE AOEN-" cy for eastern manufacturer. Will take city or country property for part pay ment. Address S. E. , Herald office. 6tf FOR EXCHANGE—BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st., has hundreds or properties for trade everywhere. To exchange or buy go to his office, 221 W. First st. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—WANTED, PARTY With well-wat. n d alfalfa land who would trade for city property, lo address OWN ER ,P, O. Rox 631, city. 20 FOR EXCHANG E—] 11 rSINEBS FLATS rents for 831; $25 iquity for lots or small er house and lot. HEN WHITE, 221 W Urst st. 20 F< >R EXCH A Nl i E—FRUIT LAND NEAR J.os Angeles for a good lodging house; will pay dlfti n ii- c. See OLMSTEAD & CO., 113% B. Broadway. 19 TO EXCHANGE OR BELL PROPERTY quick go at om i to BEN WHITE, 221 W I First st. 20 FOR EXCHANGE—4O HOUSES AND lots eyi rywhere for ranches. See BEN L-iiL :: ' --' w - I ' ll ' st 2fl FOR h XCHA NOE—MISCELLA NEOUS F< >R SALE-OR I:x (-| IA Nl i HON BMff ler s Little Gi.mi hay press, 3 wagons. 1 Ideal 2-horse power engine and feed mill, one 8% horse-power electric motor: want " l-horsi power gasoline engine. MILES DODD, JR.. 2Fi Bradbury block. tf FOR EX( HANGE—FINE NEW UP right piano, for horse, harness and busi ness buggy; must, be Al turnout. Ad dress JJ.. box 80, Herald office, tf PGREXCHANG E PI Ni NEA RLY NEW upright piano, for a gentleman's and lady a bic; el< . Bo! Ii wheels must be high grade. Address H.. box 2u. tf FOR EXCHANGE SLIGHTLY USED upright grand piano for horse board. Ad dress c b ,x 70, Herajdofflca. tf PHYSICIANS DR. DORA KING, G 10RMAN-ENGLISH specialist; diseases ot women; all Ir regularities n stored; treatment confiden tial; cure guaranteed. 440 S. Broadway. 6-6-00 MACHINE MANUFACTORY YON SERKEY MANUFACTURING 667. 234-286 B. Second si., manufacturers of special machinery, dies and models; only _ai |cura t ejwoTk; qua ranteed. BICYCLES | S. LARS EN .ti CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for Rela> bicycles. 2a2 W. Fifth St. 8-10 STORAGE AND COMMISSION PACIFIC WAREHOUSE," $01 ~eT*FIRST i j _Bt. iin Tel._B4o Main. 6-6 HOUSE-MOVINO IA. F. BLOPKR. HOUSE MOVER-OF FICE, 110 N. Broadway. FORKENT FOR RENT-BY~T\ WIKSEiVdANQEiC 227 W. Second ut., water free $12—5 rooms. 792 Kohler st. $1:1.50- -5 rooms, bath, 849 Gladys aye. $13.50—5 rooms, bath. 7*l Merchant at. $15—5 rooms, bath, 795 Kohler st. $20— 6 rooms, bath, burn, 779 Kohler st. $25—7 rooms, bath, barn, 119 w. Twenty-fifth st. $25—8 rooms, bath, 1921 Park Grove aye. 24 FOR RENTNEW IHU'HI.K COTTAGE, 2 rooms. 14x11: screen porch for rooking; yard. 719 .Merchant st.. opp. Seventh, near Central aye.. West: no children: rent cheap as tbo cheapest. 20 FOR RENT AN 11-KOOM LODGING house on Spring st.. bet. Fourtlt and Fifth sts: this is a bnrgaln. See us quirk. OLMSTEAD & CO., 118% S. Rroad way. 19 ! FOR RENT-THE CHEAPEST PLACE | In town for mattings, linoleums and win dow shades: carpets cleaned and laid. THE MATTING MART, 501 S. Broadway. 7-10 FOR HUNT ,11'NK IST. 5211 S. GRAND aVS*. modern, 10 good rooms, porcelain bath, gas fixtures, shades, choice elose-iu neighborhood: $10. including water. 18 ; FOR RENT—FOI'R ROOM HOUSE. hard finish, screen porch; $K. Including I water. LANG-BIRELEY CO., 209 S. Broudwny. 5-tltf FOR RENT—6-ROOM FLAT. CLOSE IN. $10. with water. Also 10-room house near electric line, $12. with water. R. VRRCH, room SO. Temple block. su-tu-th-tf i FOFI RENT- A BEAUTIFUL R ROOM I house, close in. all modern: very low rent. Apply at 831 S. Flower st. tf ; FOR RENT—FI VIC-ROOM HOUSE. 1238 ! Victoria st. ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. I Broadway. tf ! FOR RENT-HOUSE. 7 ROOMS AND | bath. Inquire 707 W. Sixth st. 24 FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. SlN gle or en suite. Beds from 25 cents up. RFSS HOUSE, cor. Los Angeles and First sts. 8-5 | FOR RENT—TH F, MARIPOSA, 321 E. Second St.; furnished rooms. 81.Ow pet week up; lodging 25c, 35c and 50c pet night. 10-1-if FOR RENT—ELEGANTLY FURNISHED 1 rooms, transient, close In: nlso single) rooms. THE WAVERLV, 127 E. Third I st. 4-25 FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING FUR ' nished rooms; $1.50 to $2. NITTINGERS, ■131 S. Hope. tf I FOR RENT NICELY FURNISH EO I rooms for housekeeping. 626 S.Broadway. 5-17 if : FOR RENT-:! FURNISHED HOUSE- - keeping rooms, $12. 615 W. Seventh St. 21 FOR REST-STORES FOR RENT— PART OF STORE. WITH tine show window, on roadway; excel lent location for jeweler. Inquire at suo S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—RANCHES FOR RENT—RANCH; 10 ACRES IN fruit 7 years old: -I room house; plenty of water: 10 miles from Los Angeles; cheap. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First si. 20 FOR RENT-12'a ACRE PASTURE. NEAR the Lvnwood dairy. Inquire JNO. C. ' SCOTT, cor. Vernon and Central aye. 80 FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS _ ! FOR RENT—LODGE ROOM AT TURNER j ball; every first ami third Friday of each month. Inquire of janitor. Htf I FOR RENT—42-. ACRES NEAR THE Session dairy. Inquire JNO. C. SCOTT, cor. Vernon and Central aye. 30 | a_ -- FINANCIAL PACIFIC LOAN CO.—LOANS IN ANY amount on all kinds of collateral secur ity, diamonds. Jewelry and seal skins, also qn pianos, furniture and household goods in private lodging and boarding boitses and hotels, without removal. Par- I tial payments received. Money quick: business confidential; private office for ladies. W. E. DEGROOT, manager, roms 2 and 4. 114 S. Spring st. I UNION LOAN CO., Stinison Block. Loans money on all kinds of collateral security: watches, diamonds, seal skins and furniture in lodging and boarding houses and on pianos, without removal; nlso on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low interest, money at once: business confi dential; private office lor ladies; room 111. CLARK K. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 and 112. first floor. Stlmson block, tf ] THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN Society of San Francisco will make loans on Improved city anil country property, tin loans of $se/ifl and under, cer tificates of title from tlie Title Insurance and Trust Co. will bo accepted, making tbe expenses on such loans very small. Build ing loans a specialty. Apply to R. G. LU.NT, Agent, 22? W. Second. G-13tf NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE LEARNED What we aro! Who we are! And where we are! Have yon discovered tlie cheapest place In the city to get money on household furniture, diamonds, livestock, ware house receipts, stocks and bonds, all good collaterals. 223 Byrne building. tf L. B. COHN. Tlip Los Angeles 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 loaned and one mouth's interest added; make no mistake, it is tho reliable. L. B. COHN, the Los Angeles pawnbroker. 9-10 POIN DEXTER A WADS WORT IT, BROK ers, 305 W. Second st., buy and sell stocks, mortgages, bonds and any good securities; if you wish to lend or bor row or invest in real estate call on us: collections made and property managed for non-rei'dents. 28tf MONEY TO LOAN—CITY OR COUNTRY property, s>,_ to 8 net ; personal notes or security; mortgages bought and sold. If you have money to loan or wish to bor row any amount call on JOHN L. PAV KOVICH, 22U W. First st. tf NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT Co. loans money on all kinds of collateral security: money quickly; business strict ly confidential. Rooms 95 and 96, Brvson block, fifth floor. JOHN MITCHELL JONES, manager. 7-3-lyr MONEY LOANED ON ' DIAMONDS, watujies. jewelry, pianos, live stock, car riages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. 8-21 TO LOAN-MONEY IN SUMS TO SUIT at reasonable rates, WILLIAM F. BOS BYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway. 10-13U MONEY' TO LOAN-$2900, $1500. $1000. $300. on city or country. If you wish to bor row or loan see us. IF. S. notary public. E. C. CRIBB X- co., 127% \V Second st. 6-7 I JSUO to $50,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD CITY property. Bring your applications to R. ALTSCHUL, 408 S. Broadway, Chamber j of Commerce building. 31 ' TO LOAN-UNLIMITED AMOUNT FOR small loans: no commission: light ex pense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST j CO., 223 S. Spring st. ! THE SYNDICATE LOAN A TRUST CO., Money loaned on collateral and realty security. 138% S. Spring st. GEO. L. j MILLS. 6t 'R, A. NEWLYN, BROKER, 231 BYRNE I bldg., deals in bonds, stocks, mortgages. | first and second, and all good securities, tf MONEY, MONEY, TO LOAN IN BUMS to suit, at BRIGGS & CARSON. 544 S. Main St., Burbunk theater building. 6-16 TO LOAN-$lOOO TO $10,000 ON REAL Es tate security. ALLISON BARLOW. 123 S. Broadway. 6-7tf WANTED TO BORROW your money out at good interest, from 3 to 10 per cent a month. NEWLYN, 231 Byrne bldg. tf __f<M? ESTATE Hoe ass mad Lois FOR BALE— „ BARGAINS $2000-Lot 64x160 W. side Flowor at. .'2ooo—Fine corner for residence or flats. $1108— Lot on N. side Seventh St., Bonnlo Brae. 8760—100x156 S. side Thirtieth, bet. Grand aye. and Flgueroa. P>6»—Very eloso In. 60xt«5.12-room house $Inoo—6-room house, lot 30x150, estate must sell very cheap. . JTuO— Lot on W. Thirty-first St., worth $1000. '"iO—Oor. Thirtieth and Maple aye. JlflOO— Lol in Ronnie Brae tract. MgO—Lot on Wall at., sure bargain. MO per foot —Lot on Main st. Several exchanges on hand, California for eastern or northern. Want to buy new bouse, 6 rooms, close In, $2000 lo $2f,ou. 800 cash. $40 per month. Money to loan. If you want lo place mon ey come and see me. W. H. GRIFFIN. tf 136 S. Broadway. FOR SALE—S-ROOM HOUSE, TWO acres land, all in garden, worth $3000: will sell for HSOT; cash $200, balahoc $15 per month; bargain. 2' a acres highly Improved Southwest, with 10-room bouse, worth $50011; can sell for $4Suo. 5 acres land. '< mile from city, Southwest, worth $1500; will sell for 1490. acres for $1000; 3 acres for $1600. And many other tlrst class bargains In and out of tbe city. EDWARD ERASER. 216 S. Broadway. 21 FOR BALE—IB 76 CASH; VERY PRETTY cosy cottage home. 4 rooms, plastered, decorated, bath, closets, 50x110. beautiful grounds, large trees, flowers, shrubs, ■awn, hedge, ottv water; cor. Ida and Kent sis.. 3 blocks north of Temple-si. cable, near electric cars; beautiful view; real bargain, wiksendanger, 227 w. Second st. If FOR BALE BY OWNER. 4-ROOM MOD ern cottage, water closet, yard fenced, hard finish,* little gem: close in; can walk to business; for $1250. $590 cash, balance $13.05 per month; am going away and must sell. OWN ER. room 12. 321% S. Spring. 20 FOR SALE—SSO CASH. BALANCE $10 mouldy. 1-room cottage, lot 10x160: barn, etc.; tlrst house on v est side of ClSave- Innd St.. south from W. Washington. % bloc k from electric cars. Apply BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 20 FOR SALE-NEW MODERN 5-ROOM cottages 111 Wolfskin tract in a great bar gain, owner going awny and must sell for half cost, balance three years: don't miss this. OWNER, room 12. 321%8. Spring. 20 RICHARD ALTSCHUL. Real Estate. Loans and Commissi Oft, I las removed to 40s South Broadway. Chamber ot Commerce Blinding. 6-30 FOR BALE—SSOO—HOUSE AND LOT. lurnlture. turkeys, chickens, etc.: Aye minutes tn center of eitv; on East Side Park electric road. Call No. 0 Clover si.. East Los Angeles. 1!) Ft iR SALE $2500; A BEAUTIFUL NEW house, 0 rooms, baih, mantel, closets, new barn. 38x14. No. 779 (also 7SD Koh htt st.. and for $3000, Nos. 026 and :<-\2 Towne aye.. 726 E. Pico St.; $1750, Nos. 522 and 824 Stanford aye.; all new. conven ient; on hhsv terms. T. WIESENDAN GER. 227 W. Second st. 19 for BALE BEN WHITE, 221 w. FIRST s.. has 10 houses and lots for $50 cash, balance $10 monthly; immense bargains in real estate. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First _st. 20 FOR SALE-NICE 4-ROOM IIOFSE AND lot. Stj|l:u: stable, etc.. near Central aye. car line, for $1250; $50 cash, balance $10 per month. R. VERCH, room SO. Temple _blck. th-su-tu-tf FOR BALE- $900; 1 c IMPORTABLE HOME 5 rooms, beautiful location: large lot, fenced and Improved; easy terms, j. MC LEAN, E st.. near Pico. Pleo Heights. 10 FOR SALE—SS6O—NICE 4-ROOM COT tage, let 50x160; sewered and graded; block from electric cars. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 20 FOR BALE—3OOO PROPERTIES OF Ev ery description, for sale and exchange by BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 20 DO NOT PAY RENT,BUT BUY A HOUSE on the Installment plan from ALLISON BARLOW, 123 S. Broadway. 12-13-tf City Lots FOR SALE— A NEW DEPARTURE. We now offer to furnish purchasers of lots In the Alexandre Weill tract at their option, with policies of insurance of tbe Title Insurance and Trust company for the full amount of the purchase price ot 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 $800 up on small • cash payments and easy monthly install ments, Without Interest. Clerk's, work ingmen, laboring men, mechanics, motor men, conductors, riiKlueers. stop throw ing away your money on rent and remem ber tho same payments will iv a few years make you the proud possessor of your own homes. Just ask your wdfe about it and get all the particulars from RICHARD ALTSCHUL. solo agent, 123', AY. Second st., Burdlck blk. tf c o d FOR SALE— FRUIT LANDS AND CITY LOTS. A number of 10, 15 and 40 acres tracts in the foothills and bottom of the val ley; several parcels slightly Improved; located in the Providencla and Scott tracts, near Burhnnk; price very low. Various lots In King's subdivision of the Daverede tract, southwest corner of San Pedro and Washington sts. St. James. Park: several very choice lots inside the park, and a valuable cor ner fronting on Adams St., 110x150 to a 16 foot alley. Six lots on Lnke Shore aye. between Second and Tempie sts. Sole owner, GEO. W. KING, Room 10. Manhattan blk, 137 S. Broadway, su- tn- tn-8 mo FOR SALE—BUSINESS PROPERTY— The owner of 40 feet on Spring st., bet. Second and Fifth, finds It necessary to sell. $13,000 cash to owner, and balance on easy terms will take it. It's an op portunity hard to find in l.os Angeles; force ot circumstances alone makes It possible In this instance. If you wish an interview with owner please address ' Spring Street," P. O. box 416, city. 24 FOR BALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots for homes, close In, and 011 very easy terms,in c. A. Smith's Third addition; located on Eighth and Main sts., near Seventh street school; these lots are 40 feet wide, and have an ulley of 15 feet: prices $210, $2SO and $325; $10 down, 810 per month. Call on C. A. SMITH, 213 W. First st. t r FOR BALE—THIS IS ABSOLUTELY Till-; best bargain in tbe city; lot 50x118; 1230 Clinton aye. (Urmston tract 1. with one room house, etc.: mtisl be sold before the Ist of June; $630 cash takes the house and lot. Inquire on premises or address OWNER, P. O. Box 065, city. tf FOR SALE—A BLOCK OF 13 LOTS nearly :i acres in best part of lovely Boyle Heights, at half price and easy' terms for short lime. Sec F. A. HUTCHINSON 830 S. Broadway. 22 ' FOR SALE-SPECIAL BARGA IN—3 lots on Third st, Boyle Heights, at $150 a lot; worth $650. F. A. HUTCHINSON 330 S. Broudwuy. 1.9 ' FOR BALE—3% ACRES ON CENTRAL aye., near Tenth st., will sell all or part of tbe above. Call on MARY A. NIEMEY ER, 927 Central aye. 11-12 FOB BALE—SI2SO—LARGE LOtT SAN Pedro near Eighth sts.; easy terms BEY WHITE, 221 W. First at. go BEN WHITE. 221 \V. FIRST ST., HAS immense bargains In real estate. 20 TO SELL OR EXCHANGE QUICK GO to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 20 Country Property FOR SALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A few 5 and 10-acre blocks left ; water right. Now is the tlmotobuy. It you have any thing to sell or trade sou E. K. ALEX ANDER, 115 S. Broadway. tf FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE CHEAP— 80 acres of good land hi San Luis Obispo county. Call or address 732 Merchant St., room 10, Los Angeles. 30 FOR BALE—WE BELL THE EARTH. BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona. Cel. 6-26tf Business Property FOR SALE BROADWAY LOT. We have a choice piece of property on this fine street, centrally located, now in the heart of tho business cen ter. Wo are offering this property at such a low price that will make the lucky buyer a handsome profit with in a short time. CLARK & BRYAN. 127 W. Third at. 7tf g' 1 uu JJ g^gg^eaneagrs^^B-a Stockholders' Meeting T1! EI REI lULAR ANNTJ AL MEETING OF the stockholders of tbe Pacltlo Crockery and Tinware company ot Los Angeles, Cal will be held at the office of the company 226 and 22S N. Los Angeles street, on Tues day. June 2, IS9O. at 10 oclock a. m., for the election of officers, hearing of reports and BUCh other business as may properly come before the meeting. T. M. DANIEL. RICHARD lIEIMANN. President. Secretary. TOOK A DOSE OF POISON A Woman Who Wanted to Die, but Not Very Badly Complicated Relation! With Several Men. Sugar ol Laid and Sulphate ol Zinc Don't Set Well on the Stomecta What was, perhaps, an attempt at suicide, hut Which seems more likely to have been a poorly executed bluff, was last night made by a dissolute woman named Harbnra Frlck , who sought by thts means to bring to time one of her lovers. She made herself sick, created a scene, but will not yet phutfle this mortal coll, unless she heaves up the soles of her shoes from the effect of the emetics administered at the re ceiving hospital. Something over two years nnd a half ago Barbara Frlck, now a woman of 24 a nd of dissipated appearance, but then a comely girl, came to this city from Kvnnsvlllo, [nd., In company with a man named J. H. Hlbbs. By this man she had a child, who Is now living with adopted parents and has not been In th.' mother's charge for pome months. Finally Barbara shook Hlbbs and took up with a friend of his named Hood. Once again she changed and lived with an ex-convict named Lee Jock for a while. She and Jock disagreed and lately Hood was reinstated and has been liv ing with her in rooms at the corner of Elmyra and New Main streets. By Hood she also had a child, now a pretty little boy of 2'i years. His child has been living with the couple and was the main factor in last night's drama. It seema that Barbara had the man Jock arrested for disturbing the peace or some trivial offense, and yesterday the matter came up in court. The man was discharged. Her baby was left in the care of an elderly Herman lady who lives In the block while Barbara was uptown at tending court. On the street uptown she met Hood, who had not been at the room lately, and the two repaired to the Golden Eagle saloon on Main street op posite Commercial and had several drinks. Hood promised to call on her last evening and Barbara went home to await him. He did not come and she started uptown to tind him. To the sa loon she went with no result, and then becoming desperate at the thought that he had deserted her, she went across the street to Helnzemann's drug store and bought a mixture of sugar of lead and sulphate of zinc. Again in the sa loon she ordered a glass of beer and tossed off a dose of the drugs In It. Then she headed for a habitation of a Mrs. O'Brien in a tent on Alameda street near the Arcade depot. At the tent she found all her lovers assembled. Hlbbs. Hood and Jock. She told them that she had taken poison and asked that Hlbbs and Jock get her child that she might see It before she died. They went down to the lodging house, but the old woman re fused to give up the baby. A row en sued and the police were called. The man told of the woman's statement that she had taken poison and a message was sent for the patrol wagon. Hihhs and Jock, together with the two other nf their companions, were ar rested on suspicion, but Hood got away. In the tent the woman was found and hurried to the receiving hospital. Emet ics were administered and It soon be came evident that she would he all right. She said she was tired of life and wanted tn die. Hood had deserted her and there was nothing to live for. However, she had not taken enough to do much harm and will be all right today. The men ar rested were all released as there was absolutely nothing against them. The whole affair Is a complicated tangle, her relations with the men and they to each other, in all It is but a Bad story of a misspent life. ARNICA AND CRAMPS The Pornter I* (ii yen a Ulri to Curs tha Latter. Result. Damage! An excited little woman rushed into an office a little after midnight and called up Godfrey & Moore, the drug gists, by telephone, und asked them if arnica was n poison: Their answer, of course, could not be heard by The Her ald reporter, who wns present, but In a few seconds the evidently distressed and excited lady asked them to send a doctor lo No. :;02 Boyd street Immedi ately. She also, In reply to an inquiry, gave filename of Mrs. Austin. The con versation over, the reporter ventured to ask her how much arnica had been taken internally by the patient. "Half a teaspoonful," was the reply. "Is that all? Madam, do you know what arnica is?" "No. sir." "Well, arnica Is the active principal of the dower known as the French marigold in alcohol and is an astringent. The arnica solution In a pint would not hurt one, though the alcohol, of course, would have a very stupefying effect. By the way, who was it that got away with all that stuff?" "I am Mrs. Austin." was the answer, "nnd my little sister, 13 years old. has been troubled with cramps, I had a bot tle of extract of ginger and also some arnica, and tonight, In her paroxyism of pain, I gave her the latter by mistake, and I was scared to death. I have been almost as a mother to her, and—well. I'm glad you've told me what arnica Is." But the damage had been done. The doctor had been sent for, and his dam ages will be at least 12, Burlington Excursion Yesterday the following passengers ar rived in Los Angeles from the east on the Burlington route personally conducted excursion in charge of Mr. R. Cunning ham: John Coyne, J. A. Hockett, Chi cago; E.stella Charles. K. A. Rood and wife, New Castle, Ind.; W. F. Proctor, Sioux Falls 8. D.; A. G. Reynolds. Oma ha Neb.; N. Sehwarts, Louisiana, Mo.; I' Cook, wife and son, Detroit, Mich.; H. Wood, J. S. Graybill, Capsvllle. Wis.; Mrs. H. A. Pulver and son, New Hamp ton Iowa: Ellen Small, New York; Mrs. J. M. McCormiek, Washington, D. C; Mrs. R. Carl, H. Godfrey and wife, Long Island, Kan. To Facilitate Mall Deliver? Commencing today Postmaster Mat thews will send up distributors as far as Callente to work the mail for this city. Most of the mail arrives in the city between 1 and 2 oclock in the after noon, and in consequence much of it Is not delivered until the following day. By the new arrangement the bulk of the mail will be distributed tha same day that It arrives.