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10 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF TKlf PERATtTTtK—Report ot ODMrratlons- taken M toe Anaelea AOf «7. Th. barometer la reduced to sea level. Time Bar. TherR.Hm Wnd| Vel. |wthfr EE Z m. KM ~M **~ * I i " Kaln tig) £ m. »0.07| 78 M SE I S Iciear Maximum temperature, 84. Klalmum temperature, 6i FORECAST — For Southern Caltfarnlai Show.re In th. extreme aonth portion tonlcht: general ly fair Saturday; fresh westerly wluds. Bright Special Delivery. Rooms $2 a week and up. U. S. Hotel. Dr. J. E. Cowles, Bryson block, has re turned. George H. Wyman, architect, 306 Brad bury block. Orr & Hlnes, undertakers, removed to 647 South Broadway. Tel. Main 65. For lunch, berries, Ice cream, cake and coffee, 25 cents, Hollenbeck cafe. Bright, special baggage delivery; main office, 226 W. Second St. Tel. Main 49. Sharp & Samson, funeral directors (Independent), 636 South Spring street. Tel. 1029. Wong Sing, Wong Way and-Ah Ching were arrested yesterday for selling lot tery tickets. <■ Marlborough school reopens Septem ber 16th. Preparatory department, new ■chool building. Watches cleaned, 75 cents; main springs, 60 cents; crystals, 10 cents. Pat ton, 214 South Broadway. Mrs. Maud Lord Drake will be at Kramer's hall Sunday. Look under church notices for program tomorrow. The Herald acknowledges a serenade by the Seventh regiment band 1 at the ed itorial rooms and business office yester day afternoon. Crittenton meetings, Peniel hall today, 8 and 7:30, and all day tomorrow. Praise meeting 9:30 and 2 oclock. Preaching 10:30, 3 and 7:30. First-class Sunday noon dinners and week day noon lunches reduced to 60 cents at Redondo hotel. Redondo Beach. Special rates over Sunday. Learn to swim. Prof. Checkering, a teacher of great renown, is at Terminal island for the season. Guests at the pavilion taught free. Sunday trains on Terminal railway for Long Beach and Terniii.nl Island, 8:15 and 9:10 a. m., 1:10 and 5:4 Cp. m. Fifty cents round trip any day. Adams Bros., dentists, 229% South Spring street. Painless filling and ex tracting. Best sets of teeth from 26 to $10. Hours, 8 to 5: Sundays. 10 to 12. Dr. Minnie Wells, at her summer resi dence, 252 S. Ocean aye.. Santa Monica, for three months. Electric cars pass the door. Ladies taking treatment will have car fare deducted. The residence of Edward Salada, at No. 487 North Alvarado street, was de stroyed by fire at 8:30 oclock yesterday morning. A gasoline stove was the cause. The loss is $750. A carrier pigeon registered L. 118, came to my place yesterday and joined my pigeons. The owner can obtain the same by proving property. 905 Alvara do street, city. For sale cheap, 500 pounds brevlsr type: was used on The Herald until Me ?n thaler typesetting machines were put in April 15. Address Business Man ager, The Herald, Los Angeles. Cal. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey., Stlmson block, first floor, rooms 133, 134, 135. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scientifically used. Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227. The show windows cf H. C. Llchten berger's new art and picture frame es tablishment in the Wilcox building are attracting much attention. Especially the beautiful water colors !n Delph blue. A new line of plaster casts are also on exhibition. Chief Glass received a telegram from the sheriff ol ban Diego county yester day stating that the fugitive arrested at Tucson, Ariz., was not the "Christ Kid," who escaped from an officer while en route to San Quentin. The kid was seen ln Los Angeles as late as Saturday night last. There will be an excursion given by the Banning Brothers and the Terminal rail way to Catallna on Saturday. Septem ber sth, for the benefit of the Newsboys' home. Tickets, $2 for the round trip from this city, good for ten days. Now is the time to visit this beautiful island re sort. Mrs. E. R. Threlkeld will chap erone any number of young ladies who may desire to go. During the month of September there will be made to guests of the great Echo Mountain House, on the Mount T.owe Railway, the very low rate of $17.50 per week, including a free ride from Alta dena Junction to Alpine Tavern and return. For further information call upon Mount Lowe Springs company, corner Third and Broadway, Los An ■ geles, or Glasscock & Vrooman's, 69 Colorado street. Pasadena. BRONZE BAR CONTEST An Intereatlng Evening's Recreation at the Athletic Club Last S eht The greatly stimulated interest ln gymnastics, since the Athletic club has entered Its handsome and commodious quarters, was evidenced last night by the fine exhibition given by several of the classes that have been practicing diligently in the grand gymnasium that the club now boasts. Considerable at tention was paid to the exercises by a good gathering of spectators, in which it was pleasant to note the fair sex wen very conspicuous. The evening's en tertainment consisted of high and broad Jumping competitions, and wound up by a game encounter with the gloves by two popular and prominent members of the directorate. Tlie well known Ben Bogner of the Olympic club, San Francisco, and our own and only Fay Stevenson, he of the rotund form and rubicund countenance, dished up clown and contortionist business on the side to the amusement of the spectators and the relief of the contestants. The even ing was delightfully wound up with an impromptu dance, and the universal verdict was that tlie bronze bar nights of the L. A. A. C. will be a great and pop ular feature of the club's life. CHAMBER OP COMMERCE Another Lot of Contributions to the Perma nent Exhibit Mrs. M. J. Marshal! of the city has sent to the chamber cf commerce a lot of pine cones. W. F. Winkler enriches the exhibit in a very emphatic manner by the presen tation of a collection of cured and stuff ed reptiles, fish and birds of preat inter est There is a seal from Catallna an ostrich from Xorwalk. an egret from Santa Monica, a quail from Mount Lowe, a gila monster from his native lair, a centipede, scorpion, horned toads larantulas, spiders, ami various "var nints" from many districts. Tlie ease s crowned with a splendid specimen of the great hawk, so large that many mis lake him for an eagle. The support on which the "nutty" elephant stands has been treated to a new suit of parasite moss from tht oaks which Improves its appearance. Last Fanhlon-ible Excursion This season to San Diego and Coro nado Beach, Friday and Saturday Sep tember 4 and 5, via Sanla Fe <■, ",Vt line Round trip $3. Tickets auod thirty days returning. So Cents Every Day Round trip to Redondo Beach or San fa Monica via Santa Fe; trains go at y a. m., 10 a. m., 1:30 p. m., and 5:30 p m daily. Wall paper 8c 328 S. Spring. SANFORD JOHNSON ESTATE Fair Showing But An In» solvent Estate GRABBED AGE AND YOUTH MATED Tbe Son-in-Law Kicks at the Expenses GLENDORA BONDS INVALID The Crap Shooting Gamblers Get Into Trouble at Redondo Willie Atkins, tbe Boy Burglar, Ooes to the Wblttier Reform School Charles Menton, an Old Soldier, Suffers from an Odd Delusion—Lone List of New Suits Filed—New Incorporation— Notes About the Courthouse The matter of the estate of Sanford Johnson came up before Judge Clark yesterday on an objection raised to cer tain of the disbursements made by J. G. Garrison, esq., who is the executor. Mr. Johnson was an elderly gentle man who had the privilege of marrying a young and pretty wife. In such cases, while the husband generally is proud of his wife and has his remaining years of life made pleasant for him, the family connections generally raise a howl and fail not to denounce the im becility of an old man marrying a young woman, and accept it as evidence of senile decay. It is said that the objections being made In this case have their foundation in some such antipathy to the young widow but, truth to tell, so far such motive ls not manifestly apparent. When Sanford Johnson died his estate was valued at about $64,000. In Orange county there were S.">2 acres of land valued at $35,000; the Tustin hotel, val ued at $12,500, and a large amount of personal property. Then there was 100 acres forming the Bolso-Chlno ranch, valued at $12,500, and 645 acres at White Sulphur Springs, Napa county, with a hotel at St. Helena, valued at $13,C00, with property at Galveston, Texas, of problematical value. All this looks very well on paper, but as a matter of fact the estate Is insolvent, and M. F. Brown, the son-in law of the deceased Sanford Johnson, came Into court to object to certain of the expenditures of Executor Garrison. The executor took a trip to Galveston, Texas, tof inspect property that, it Is said, didn't amount to a hill of beans, and has also jaunted to Napa count,' without any valid reason. As a crown ing act of offense, too, Mr. Garrison has fed the stock down in Orange county in such a way that the cattle must be. developing aristocratic ideas by reason of the rich feed. To this state of af fairs Mr. Brown entered a protest, but the matter will come up again for de cisive settlement. THE OLENDORA BONDS Ihe Irrigation District Held to Be Valid but Not the Bon is The supreme court, retting In bank, has handed down a modification of the previous decision made In the case of the Glendora irrigation district, appeal ed from this county. The suit has been twice appealed, and figured on the calendar as W. B. Cullen, M. H. La Fetra, C. S. Whitcomb as the board of directors of the Glendora Ir rigation district vs. the Glendora Water company. By the modification of the decision, Just handed down, the Judg ment and order appealed from are re versed and the case remanded for a new trial of the issues Involving the regularity and validity of the bonds of the district. The denial of a new trill as to the issues Involving the organiza tion of the district Is affirmed. The case arose out of the special pro ceeding under an act supplemental to thea Wright act for obtaining a decree of court approving and confirming the regularity of the issue of the bonds of an Irrigation district. By the superior court the proceeding for the formation of the district, and the issuance of the bonds were held to have been regular and the bonds were declared valid. The supreme court by Its decision found all the rulings, findings ar.d conclusions of the superior court were approved, ex cepting only a finding to the effect that the directors of the Irrigation district had made a proper estimate of the cost of works, etc., before ordering the isstl" of bonds. This finding was held to be Cantrary to the uncontradicted evidence in the record, and upon that ground the judgment of the superior court, and it-= order denying a' new trial was revoked. Briefly put. the district is held to be valid, but the bonds invalid, or. at lea>=t their validity has yet to be established AN 0!! D DELUSION Charles ilanton Claims that He Cuntrols the Dsvll Charles W. Manton was yesterday ex amined ln dopi.rtme.nt one as to his mental condition. He has been living at the Soldiers' Home for some time, but his family resides at South Pritchaid street, this city. It developed that the patient met with an accident on the Ice, while in the east In 1893. and shortly after cerebral symp toms developed, until he could not con trol himself, but would wander away, be incoherent in speech and suffer from defective memory. At present he is also developing destructive tendencies and labors under the curious delusion that he controls the devil. Generally when his Fatanie majesty disturbs the mental repose of a patient the relation is just the reverse. Manton was committed to the High lands asylum. COME SEVEN! COME El/iVON! Shooting Craps Gets a (Lmbier in Troable at Redondo There has been music in the air down by the sad sea waves at Redondo, The saloon element, of which the gambling contingent forms a large part, has bi en trying to run the place and now that the issue has been raised the respecta ble portion of the community propose lo see the matti r out. On Wednesday Assistant District At torney Williams wont down to prosecute the case against N. H. Melton, Reuben Edwards and G. W. RUshton, all three arrested at the instance of J, K. Warren, before Justice Harrison. The hearing of the case developed the fact that the defendant -Mi lton is a deputy constable nnd the other two defendants wire citizens sworn ln by , him as his posse for the purpose of ar | resting tht mau Warren, who later had tUS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 189 ft. the three arrested on the charge of rob- btry. This tangle-up came about In this wise: The constable knew that War ren was running a crap game In one of the saloons and decided to raid it. lie did so about 9 oclock ln the even- I Ing he and his two assistants holding | the gambling crowd up at the point of I their pistols. Warren was handcuffed i and the money In the bank was put ln a box and hanged over to the Justice of the peace. When the money was returned to him he claimed there was a shortage of $21. Some of the witnesses testified that at the opening of the crap game there was $115 in the bank. The evi dence was conflicting as to whether any betting had gone on during the game Itself, but the defendants and one wit ness testified that all the money was deposited In the box. Be that as It may, only $94 was returned, and Warren kicked. It being Impossible, however, to prove anything whatever against the defendants the case was dismissed. Since the election of the new trustees and marshal it Is claimed that the whis ky ring and the gamblers have been do ing pretty much as they liked, and an ordinance iva* sought to be passed per mitting the saloons to keep open all night Whether true or not, it was gen erally believed that Warren himself, or by the aid of his friends, purloined his own money for the purpose of raising a counter charge against the constable as a stand-off to the charge preferred against him of dealing a game of chance. Yesterday Warren was brought up before the justice, but had his case continued until Monday next. NEW SUITS FILED Litigants Come Back From Vacation With Combative Instincts Aroused The estate of P. W. Johnson—The pe tition of J. H. Johnson, brother of P. W. Johnson, an incompetent, that he be ap pointed the legal guardian. The Incom petent Is 33 years of age and is confined at Highlands, and has about 2200 de posited in the bank and $237 due from rents at Galveston. Tex. The estate of J. E. Durkee, deceased- Petition by Jennie V. Durkee. the wife, for probate of thSvWilll The estate con sists of real estate at Canton, Mo., valued at about $500. Bertha Kadlowsky vs. Mrs. L. F. Briggs, John Burr, sheriff; Mrs. A. M. Cary et al. —A suit to recover from Mrs. L. F. Hriggs $900 on a promissory note, and foreeiose mortgage- on property giv en as security for payment. The other plaintiffs claiming interest in the mort gaged property have been made party defendants. P. J. Christ vs. J. A. Buchanan. TV. V. Masters et al.—A suit to recover $391.76. balance due on a promissory note for $■"00 given to the Pasadena National bank, July 24. 1593. This not? was as signed to the present plaintiff. Thomas Swing vs.A.T.Riedinger and M. S. Bates—A suit to recover $'.'OOO on a note given September 1. 1592, in part payment of the purchase price of a half interest ln a paint business at Seattle. Wash. A claim is also made for 8 per cent interest and cost of suit. The Los Angeles National bank vs. Richard Dunnigan, Maria L. Dunnigan et al.—A suit to recover $4300. balance due- on a note for $5000 draMn April, ISS7. with 12 per cent interest ; thr.t this amount be declared a lien against the property, deeded to secure payment, and that tho same be sold and that the proceeds be appropriated to the liquida tion of the debt. 11. M. Leach, vs. Antonia Agiular, as admlnlstrtor of the estate of Guada lupe Gonzales de Agiular, deceased; Louisa Corbena de Lope? and H. 11. Ap pel—A suit to recover $319.50, with 10 Plt cent Interest, being amount due on two notes for $265 and $50 etc.. and that a commissioner be. appointed to sell tho property given to secure payment. Ap pel is made party defendant ns he claims an adverse title to the property In ques tion. TO MAKE CLOTHES. The Buffalo Woolen Mills company filed incorporation papers yesterday._ The purpose of the company is to deal in wholesale clothing and merchant tail oring The directors are stated to be: 7 C Angevin, I. M. Angevin, S. L. An gevln, Sarah Angevin and Walter de Groot The capital stock is placed at S 15 100 divided in 250 shares of $100 each. o"f this amount $10,000 has been paid up. THE BOY BURGLAR riays the Baby Act and Is Committed to the Whlttler Schoni Yesterday Judge Smith appeared in department one for a short time and disposed of a little business. Willie At kins, a lad 14 years of age, was arraign ed on the charge of having burglarised a store at Pasadena. He pleaded guilty to the charge and confessed that he and another boy had gore into the store ar.d stolen SO cents. Tho youngster boo hood ver> hard, but any stray grains of sympathy went to the father, who was also in court. Judg; Smith ordered the erring Willie committed to Whlttler, there to remain during his minority. Court Nates C. Charters and F. I. Brown, charged with burglary, pleaded "not guilty" in Department Two yesterday, and the case was ordered transferred to Department One by Judge Clark. Judge Clark yesterday appointed Mary Stollenwerk guardian of tiie Btollenwerk minors, with a bond of $3000 for each child. In the ca =-> of the Stephens' minors. Jessie B. McKenzle was appointed the guardian with the bond fixed at $1200 for each child. Jacob Ehrman, a native of Germany, was yesterday admitted to citizenship by Judge Clark. Catherine Cross filed her complaint in divorce yesterday against Michael Gross, on the ground of intemperance. WOMAN SUPFRAQB Seventh Precinct Organization—Twenty-live Nanus A jded to (he Roll An enthusiastic parlor suffrage meet ing was held at the residence of Judge C. C. McComas on Thursday evening for the purpose of organizing the Seventh precinct campaign committee. The or ganization was formed with the follow ing officers: President. Mrs. Alice Moore McComas; vice-presidents. Mrs. Mary < !arpenter and Mrs. Edward Threl keld; secretary, Mrs. Thomas E. Preston; treasurer, Mrs. Samuel Rees. The evening's progfam, though short, was entertaining and opened with a song, The Woman's Crusade, sung by the audience. A talk on the plan of cam paign by Mrs. McComas was followed by volunteer remarks by almost all pres ent. Mrs. Nellie Wenger then sarin, in her most charming manner, open Thy Lattice. Mr. Kodgers followed with an eloquent appeal to the women to work hard for the amendment saying: "The salvation of this country depended on the woman's ballot.' A witty recitation, The Woman's Ten Commandments, by .Mi«s Clare McComas, closed the pro gram, which was followed by a social hour. . tventy-flve names were signed to the ■ membership roll. The next meeting will 1 be held at the residence of Mrs. Dr. Car lisle on East First street, Friday, Sep ; tember 11th. Special Ta -ty to Gran.l Can} on, Colo adn : N >W being organized to leave Los An g dcs September 3. Round trip, seven days, Including everything, $05. Par ties wishing to join the party should \ communicate at once with Miss L. L. Whltlock, . are Santa Fe ticket office, ! 200 South Spring street. Call tel. 243 for ambulance. Kregelo &. Bresee, Sixth and Broadway, POOR, BUT A REAL LADY a _____ Moves the Soft Hearted Philanthropists A LADY Wim IMiJS ALIASES Mrs. Orr Poses as a Lone Widow WITH A DYINQ DAUGHTER As Mrs. Barron She Summons Spirits •••Not of the Liquid Variety Tbe Spooks Keep Her sad Fsrally la High Clover lor a Time And Then tbe Spring Street Fortune Teller Blossms Out as a French jiadams on Wall Street, Where the tiame Continues- A Queer Case It Is known as n matter of absolute fact that the confirmed criminal, what ever his specialty may be, possesses a certain pride in the neat results of his misdirected genius, just as any man In the more orthodox walks of life, takes pride in mastering and carrying into ex ecution the varied details of their respec tive avocations. Between these two classes, however, are ranged the large class of nondes cript fakirs who contrive to keep within the limits of the law, and yet whoso methods are essentially criminal, albeit they are not classified as criminals. Needless to say, perhaps, they are even more keenly repudiated by the respecta ble portion of society. There has again emerged from her re tirement a lady—for so she proclaims herself —who belongs to this Intermedi ate class, who appears to make a very handsome living by preying upon so ciety at large. She has a husband and a grown-up daughter who ls quite a young lady. "They toll not, neither do they spin," but while, apparently, they pos sess all of the necessaries of life they contrive also to gain many of the lux uries made impossible to the hard work ing mechanic or the average woman who works her heart out day by day just for the mere privilege of living. And this is made possible by the Inge nuity of the mother. She is a "lady" of many aliases. She has been known as Mrs. Orr and Mrs. Barron and then she repudiated her country and blossomed forth as Mine. , but this llower of humanity changed its name, the rankness of fraud and deception con tinued to be its distinguishing character istic. As Mrs. Orr many city residents hav ing philanthropic tendencies, contribu ted to the support of this united family. With modest and somewhat engaging demeanor Mrs. Orr told how her husband had recently died leaving her with a family of small children In totally desti tute circumstances. Though not strong she was willing to fight for the little ones, however, remembering that the "Lord tempers the wind to the shorn lamb," and she was trying to sell a few articles, made by herself, in order to make a bare living. The articles in question, bought wholesale for a nominal sum, sold like hot cakes and Mrs. Orr (?) must have chuckled when she spoke of the "shorn lamb." She fleeced the folks every time through working on their sympathies. At a home on San Julian street, not long ago, she rang In a piiiful story of a young daughter wasting away with consumption. With tears in her eyes she told of her tight with' poverty since her husband's death and how her daughter was drooping for the comforts and at tention that tier condition required. The lady to whom she poured out her woes found from her that she lived at Six teenth street and Maple avenue and after buying het ertir.. stock In trade, got some of her kind-hearted friends in terested and the same afti moon loaded up a buggy with good things for the dying daughter, as well as the mother, and drove out to the address given. The imposition was then discovered for the address was a "fake" one. The Associated Charities had been worked at an early stage of the game but Mrs. Orr. to use her most common cognomen, had been so skillful in ex torting sympathy from people, at so many dollars per head, that the police began to investigate. Chief Glass re ports her as being one of the very clev erest of those fakirs who work daringly along the danger line without actually infringing upon it. Scenting the presence of the police Mrs. Orr developed into Mrs. Barron and took rooms on South Spring street, where a brisrht band of spirits also took up their abode and assisted her in telling fortunes. Fortunes were read off with all the ease of greased lightning at Jl per head for gentlemen, iulf price for ladies. For a time the spiritualistic dodge worked to a charm but recently Mrs. Barron saw lit to skip out from her Spring street habitation, it being under stood she was going to make the ' grand tour," that spiritual mediums frequent ly make, for the purpose of giving other cities the benefit of the band of spirits surrounding her. The "grand tour" really meant the blossoming forth on Wall street as I Madame So and So, where she has con ! tinued to pump spiritual thunder at 50 j cents arid Jl per clap. But spiritualistic mediums, in com- I mon with other businesses, fake and j otherwise, have found the financial ' grass growing rather short. Madame ; has therefore again' taken to the high way and is holding up soft-hearted mothers having children of their own, at the point of a well sharpened tongue and a basketful of trumpery articles. Complaints are beginning to come into the office of the Associated Charities, as well as the police, and it may be well for madame to again take to the fortune ! tilling business. It, too. Is a fraud but I not in all cases illegal, albeit it is dlffl ! cult to separate the sheep from the ! goats. As for the ordinary householder it may, perhaps, be well if he or she, as the j case may be, will think a long time be fore giving good silver coin for trash, or wasting sympathy on the applicant who probably ls a fraud of the moat approved description. W. C. T. U. MEETING* Reperts Reed Pram the School el Methods at Leng Beach A goodly number of women wero present yesterday at the regular week ly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. Mrs.Garbett reported an Interesting par lor suffrage meeting that took place at the home of Mrs. Roth, on Union aev nue. The committee appointed to pre pare a program for the temperance meeting to be held with the Central Presbyterian congregation at the Y. M. C. A. hall next Sunday evening report ed everything well in hand. Mmes. Gar bett and Hutton gave an Interesting account of the school of methods at Long Reach. Many helpful thoughts und much vaulable Information, as well as inspiration, was gathered at the meeting and brought back for the good of those unable to attend. Mrs. Hemar of Santa Rarbara was Introduced and gave some timely words of encourage ment. The subject of turning the temper ance tfemple Into a workingwoman's home was spoken of nt length, but no definite plans were dec lded upon. UNION OF UNIONS The T'nion of Unions held an all-day meeting Thursday at Keyes Memorial (diurch. on Sixteenth and Hill streets. The morning was devoted to reports of the different unions and a paper on par lor meetings by 7Jrs. M. A. Kinney. In the afternoon a paper prepared by Mrs. Dow on One. Woman's Idea of Suf frage was read by Mrs. King, which was followed by discussion. A paper en titled Why Should a Pusy Church Wo man Belong to the W. C. T. U.? was presented by Mrs. Wolfskin. riirrlaa-e Licenses The following licenses were Issued yesterday from the office of the county clerk: William F. Witt, a native of Germany, aged 39 years, a resident of Providence, San Bernardino, and Carrie I. Link, a native of Wisconsin, aged 23 years, and a resident of Los Angeles. Charles Clinton Bufilngton, a native of lowa, aged 26 years, and Maud Lou ise Mosgrove. a native of California, need 21 years, both residents of Los An geles. George D. Ruddy, a native of Connec ticut, aged 36 years, and Ella A. Giles, a native of Wisconsin, aged 32 years, both residents of Los Angeles. Weddlnß Invitations or announcements, either printed or engraved, fine qualify, reasonable ln price. H. M. Lee & Bro., 140 N. Spring st. Public Notice Packing, moving, storing and shipping pianos and household furniture is all done by the Van and Storage company. Otlice in the big van, 140 South Broad way. Tel. main 1140. JOTTINGS The Celebrated John Wleland Later Beer Try It. On draught at all principal sa loons. Family trade solicited. ADLOFF .v. HAI'ERWAAS, sole agents, 920 N. Main Tel. Main 40S. Our Komi Brew Maler _ Zobeleln's lager, fresh from their brewery, on draught ln all the principal -aloons: delivered promptly ln bottle or kegs. Office and brewery, 440 Aliso street; telephone 91. Hsnnimtn Fish Co., San Pedro Fresh fish and lobsters shipped direct to all points in Arizona. Texas and Mexico, from cannery in San Pedro, at lowest wholesale prices. Brick—The cheapest and best. Brick exchange. 123 West Third street, Stimson block. Hawley. King & Co.. 210 N. Main et.. agents genuine Columbus Buggy com pany's and bicycles. Largest variety Concord business wagons and top delivery wagons. Hawley.King & Co. 1590—19 lbs. Kcatings—"36s days ahead of them all." Hawley. King & Co. Everything on wheels, Hawley, King & Co., 210-212, N. Main st. All prices of wallpaper greatly reduced A. A. Eckstrom. 524 South Spring street. Paint, floor. 75c. 323 S. Spring. 3 Peck & Chase Co.i Vtwt BRoaDway ' Save Undertaker's Commission for Funeral Fine carnages at $2.50 each. See Cooke, Hack 47. Stand No. 115 South Spring St Telephone, Main 1530 I The £V ;| I f ]| I ' Milllinery |; I Has on display a large assort- J! > ment of very handsome and ;! I latest style ]I > Ladies' Walking HAts <; > and <[ > TAift O'Shanters !; S at very reasonable prices; come ! J \ and look at them. ! j J Just right for fall and school !; > hats. ! [ I The Surprise ji I 242 S. Spring St. \ > "Modem Mesmerism" (?» "Electric Belts," "Free prescriptions." 'Fellow Sufferer," "Patent Medicines," ews.. seldom lead to the cure pf WKAK, NERVOUS or DISEASED MEN and WOMEN. YOU who require tbe aid of a skillful a>nd honorable Specialist are invited to consult Dr. White, 128 N. Main Street. 1 Here ten yenrs Call or write. 13S SOUTH SPRING ST. 200 dozen Ladies' Fleece Lined Undervests, *7Xn at, per garment LO\* Pants made with extra band; weigh 6 t-2 pounds to the dozen; vest has silk ribbon down front and around neck; silver gray in color. Displayed in show window. Worth double. 100 dozen Boys and Misses Fast Black School Hosiery, (A r at, per pair U4L Full regular made; English feet; Hermsdorf dye; all sizes represented. Dis played in show window. Paper Patterns 10 cents apiece FIXEN & CO., 135 South Spring St. pv r> TP A I JCo Cf\ These well known and LMy. 1 I I (A wU., reliable Spjcialists treat Every Form of Weakness and Diseases of fieri Only We neither was fa our own or patients' tlmo od OMM that wo know we cannot cure, because We Never Ask for a Dollar Until We Cure You You can therefore (ret an honest opinion oT j.vw cas*. by '-alii n? a* our ottl?e, without mr whatever. We mean thu stutemeut emphatically and it Is for evervbo ly. We are ttpecialUta for un natural discharges, secret bioj.l cllne was and o:' men ami no:lnn els*. We will scud. securely sealed, otir Hu> boo;. H contains rulas tor diet. •XOfGIM »H4 sleep; ex plains our new method ot t rent In ; **very t'nrin ot* weak net* without stomach drucscia,'. oar Hot *nr.n (% treatment of blood diseases, our pninlci* methol for curing stricture', aaJ tho wuy we OUN varicocele In one week. » p r^„, n s li,'!rd E .t- Cor. Third and Main sts. 0^?& D p r?J o I Senour's Floor Paint | ® A Paint for Floors 4 9 U. R. Bowers & Sons, 451 5. Spring I FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS T" FORMA AT LOS ANGELES I Capital and Pro fits 1270,000.00 OFFICERS I ' DIRECTORS. t m ... N.iT n J. M. C. MARBLE O. 11. CHURCHILL, I- M. C. MARBLE. .......Prescient., o. T. JOHNSON. JOHN WOLI'SKILL R- tv 9 H ii,5 CHIL ' L ' Vk-e-Pnsidenl I NELSON STORY. QEOHOR IRVINE. H. M. LUTZ. Vice-Presulent w Wi BTOWELL, E. F. C. KLOKKE. A. HADLEY Cashier | w. S. DE VAN M. 11. SHKRMAN. JOSEPH D. RADFORD. .Ass Ist ant Cashier : FRED O.JOIINSON, T. E. NEWLIN. R. I. ROGERS Assistant Cashier | A. HADLEY. CECUrTtV SAVINQS BANK Northeast Corner Main and Second Streets OFFICERS. I DIRECTORS. t ir HiTj-mTiT -president H. W. Hellman. J. F. Sartori, W. L. Graves J ; umVV*A*V"w'' S! 52 ! li. J. Flelsnman. C. A. Shaw. F. O. John- MAURICES. HELLMAN..Vice-President Kon , j. H . Shankland, J. A. Graves, M. L. W. D. LONGYEAR Cashier I Fleming. M. S. Hellman, W. D. Longyear. Five per cent Interest paid en term, 3 per cent on ordinary deposits. Open Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 oclock. to receivo deposits. OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN .SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. . pARMERS AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANUELES, CAU Capital Paid Up, $500,039 Surplus and Reserve, $320,003 I. W. HELLMAN, President; H. W. HELLMAN, Vice-President: 11. J. FLETSHWAN, Cashier: G. HERMANN, Assistant Cashier. Directors—W. H. PERRY. O. W. CHILDS, J. F. FRANCIS. C. E. THOM. I. W. HELLMAN, JR., H. W. HELLMAN, A. GLASSEL. T. L. DUQUE. I. W. HELLMAN. Special Collection Department. Correspond em c Invited. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. OF LOS ANGELES Capital stock J400.000 Surplus and undivided profits over. 230,000 j. m. elliutt, President. W G. KERCKHOFF. V.PresldenL FRANK A. GIBSON. Cashier. G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS: J. M. Elliott, J D. BtckneU, F Q Story, H. Jevne, J.d! Hooker. W.C.Patterson. Wm. G. Kerckhoff. No public funds or other preferred de posits received by this bank. G"\ SAVG'S BA.NK rCur.Maln and First sts..Los Angeles.La vi/.o President- M N. Avery. Cashier; P. c. Schumaker Assistant Cashier. Dlrectors nr loseDh Kurtz. L. W. Bllnn, Hubo Zuber. (• N 9 Flint H. W. Stoll, M. N. Avery. C. Hrode Victor Ponet, I. A. Lothian. Fmanuel Eyraud. Interest allowed on de go™!™ Mori ey loaned on real estate. T~ OB~ANGELEB SAVINGS BANK. 230 N. Main St. J. E. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, V. Pres. W. M. Caswell. Cashier. Directors-L W. HeUman. J. E. Plater, H. W. Hellman. I. W. Hellman. Jr., W. M Cubwgll interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on flrst-claas real estate. JUDD * W.Second Si I Glass & Long Blank Book Manufacturers 213*215 Ncv Hlib St. Us Auneles Cal. ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. , United States Depository. ,• Cajiftal ~.1800,000 1 Surplus «5,000 j Total 1515,000 1 GEORGE H. BONEBRAKH President WARREN GILLELEN Vice-President F. C. HOWES Cashier E. W. COE Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: George 11. Bonebrake, Warren Glllelen, P. M. Green. Charles A. Marriner, W. C Brown. A. W. Francisco, E. P. Johnson, 11. T. Allen. F. C. Howes. This hank has no deposits of either the county or city treasurer, and therefore no preferred creditors. UNION BANKOFSAVINGS CAPITAL PAID 'N 120.600 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. orriCERS *nd cißccionr M. W. Stlmson Wm. Ferguson U). E. He Van _ _ _ fr«t». f,o. Pint i.,hi., C. a. Harrison S. H. Molt R. H. Baser A. B. Pomeroy S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANT Junction of Main, Spring and Temple ata. (Temple Block), Los Angeles. Capital paid up JIOO.OOf Officers and directors: T. L. Duque, President; I. N. Van Nuys, Vice-President: J. V. Wachtel, Cashier; H. W. Hellman. Kaspare Kohn, 11. W. O'Melveny, J. B. Lankershim, O. T. Johnson, Abe Haas, W, G. Kerckhoff. Money loaned on real estate. Five per cent Interest paid on term deposits Ever troubled with your Eyes? Ever tried i"T We have;fltted aUtMi to thousand" to their entire satisfaction, why not gtVS us a trial? Wo will sati.ity you. Kyci tested free. LOWKST rHIUKi S. G. MARSCHUTZ, Scientific Optician | 24SS. Spring street, opp. Stlmson block. Lstablished here nine yean. £I^-Look Jor the Crown on the Window.