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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1893

SHORB MUST RETURN TODAY Or the Oflico of County Treas urer Will Be Vacant. He W*s Very HI iv Philadelphia at Last Accounts. Nainea of Those Mentioned for Appoint ment, to the OHloe— The County l'uacli All Klghl—Action ufihn Huporvlaore. X Comity Treasurer J. de Barth Bhorb does not return to the city today it will become tbe duty ol the board ol supervisors lo delare the office vacant and appoint a new county treasurer to fill the unexpired term. County Treasurer Shorb has been away irom tho county GO daya, the time being up yesterday. From all accounts obtainable he is still a very sick man at a hospital in Philadelphia. Such was the information furnished the supervisors yesterday afternoon by his relatives, and it was intimated to them that it is .very doubtful when Mr. Bhorb will roturn to California. It is understood that tbe last direct advices from the county treasurer wore received about a week ago by his family. Telegrams sent Tuesday and yesterday had not been answered. Tne...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1893

_ 6 J I 2*£ ADYJCJftTISKMHNrM. • The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known your : » * WWW A KM N TTTTT SSSS W WW W A A Kit N T S S TV WW \V A A IKM T S W W W W A A X N N T 8 WW W W A A N N If T SSSS WW WW AAA A N NN T 8 WAV WW A A N N N T 8 WWAAN NN T 8 S WW A A N NN t BSBS Is through the classified nd. columns nt The llkrai.i). It is cheap, brings quick returns, •nd places the advertiser :n direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. OOC I, A oSSo cSSo II FTP IT FEE PI)I> 0 01. A A « o II F II E 11 D O I. A A S BS, a S8 s II FF II XX I> II 0 ci, aaa v g . 3H I ii rj n n OOOLLLLA A SS BS-' II V IIKF.EHDD A DDD I. AA D DI, X T 2 " AA D 111. KB T "SS„ AAA DDI. X T s S A A HDD LLUiKBE T D SS B Inserted in tiie columns of The Heuai d at * * 1 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. • ; $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : ; EDCCiaI rates ior a longer period : * * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or seu property will do w ell to ad vertise in TOM HERAI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1893

THE RECORD REMAINS AT 2:04. Nancy Hanks Failed to Lower It \esterclay. The Fleet-Footed Mare Conld Do No Better Than 2:06. Ballsbnry Offera to Match Directum With Any Trotter In the World—Yester day'! Knees and Other Sporting Kvents. By the Aatoclatcd Press. Chicago, Sept. 13.—Nancy Hanks went against her record of 2:04 today at Washington park before a crowd of 20,000 people, but 2:oti waa the beat she could do. The weather wan perfect, but the track a trifle too soft, and Nancy tired badly in tho last eighth. The first quarter was trotted in 31 tho half in 1:02)4, three quarters iv 1 :M'->, one mile 2:06. At the conclusion oi her effort Monroe Salisbury, the owner of Directum, an nounced that four days after Directum goea against the world's trotting record on Friday, he will stand ready to match him against any trotting mare, stallion or gelding in tho world, mile hesfa. in harness, best three in five, for $5000 or $10 000 n Bide. Summaries: ' The 2:17 trot—Clara D. won, Kate ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Itnreau. Report ot observations taken at Loa Angeles, Btpi. 13, 1803: Time. | Bur. | Ther. I rlll'mi WdiVel |W ther 11:10 «.m.!'l).IW' S* m KB! * |P'» CM 5:00 p m .'30.04', <>7 | 03 I W ! » Iclwtf Maximum temperature, 75. Minimum temperature, 53. Indications, forecast for Southern California: Fair weathei; slightly warmer Thursday; westerly winds. A freak of nature in the way of a double calla lily, was brought to the Herald office yesterday by B. Conkel man of 236 East Thirtieth street. At the examination of plumbers Tues day night, the following master plumb ers eecured certidcates. F. M. Palmer, Chas. Roeder; the jonrnevmen plumb ers were: J. Valentine, William Cam erion and J. Milene. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of tha Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court ■treets, September 13th, for Ernest Waveot, James Lssake, Jno. Shuey, Ar thur P. Davis and Clarence Warner. The board of supervisors yesterday on motion of Supervisor H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN .CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATHER; NEARLY STATIONARY TEMPER ATURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 157 THE LAST CHANCE Mil THE FEW REMAINING Sunar Suits For Children Host Go WE HAVE MARKED THEM TO ABOUT ONE-HALF THEIR FORMER PRICE Onr Fall Stock Is Complete and Novelties Abound. ONE PRICE TO ALL Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. BPRING <$i FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. BIG DRIVES THIS WEEK IN OUR LAMP DEPARTMENT NIGHT LAMPS, complete, cut from 25c. to 15c. HAND LAMPS, with burner and chimney, cut from 30c. to 20c. FINE GLASS LAMPS, complete, cut from 35c. to 25c. DECORATED STAND LAMPS, with fancy shades, cut from $1.50 to 95c. ELEGANT VASE LAMPS, with shades to match, cut from $2.50 to $1.50. BANQUET LAMPS, with B. & H. burner and silk fringed shade, cut from $3.50 to $2.25. MEYBERG BROS. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CARPET Affl RUG DEPARTMENT A Superb and Variod Llue of Private Patterns Pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

2 of federal election lawn. At the con clusion of tiie chaplain's prayer, Bur rows <1 Michigan, one of the Republican leaders, surpriK-d the house by beginning *apeci«a of covert, filibustering to pre vent the report of the hill to the bouos. He aeked Knaniwoiu cooeen . that the call of committee* for reports be dis penoed-.villi. Tucker objected. Burrows then moved that the call be dispensed with without asking unanimous con sent. Tuccor called for tho yeas and nays. It, was apparent ne the roll call proceeded that the Republicans were grimly resolute. They rinujir.ed in their aeaia. lelueiug to vote, ia order to break the quid rasa. A number of administration Derao cratß reflecting the White House op poaition to present consideration of the bill, elco refacod to vote. The result was announced: Ycr.3, 4; nays, ICO. Tbe doors were ordered closed, meaten gers were dispatched in r!I directions to bring in absentee!, and tho houia act tied down to a long iiand-to-hand contest. Gener...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Tbe Bloctrlo Koad Franchise—Local Happenings. PasadeiVV Sept. 14.—The directors of the board of trade held a meeting this afternoon at the board rooms in the Wooster block. Previous to the regular meeting there was a general discussion of the electric street railway franchise, which is now under consideration by the city council. A number of prominent citizens were present and the matter waa thoroughly discussed. Ever since tbe application for an electric franchise wae iirat pre sented the board of trade has taken an active interest in seeing it pushed through and tho electric people given a chance to show whether or not they mean business. It waa tbe geneial een timent of the meeting that action should be taken 'by tho council at as early a date aB possible, at the same time looking after the interests of the city. Tne question of ralos to he charged school children within the city limits, wbicb in the original franchiee were to be given half rates,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD IV'.TI.V AM> WKICKS.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Jossm D. Lynch. Jamks J. ayxrs, AVERS &, LYNCH, rtntuiiiEfcs, «23 AKn 825 WK9T SKCONO STREET. TEJJSPHUNB 16U. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: lMW<rt $ 20 /VrMon'h 10 BY Mai . tlnrlndiua; I osia-ej: Daily herald, one year $S 00 Dally flerairi, fix months * k« Dally li-iialo, three mo ill 2 i' 6 Daiiy Hcald, one inonlh so W'oea'y liurs-d, one year 1 50 W-oMy liersld, alx wombs 1 OU Weekly Ueiaid. thiee month* -">0 Illustrated Herald, per copy 2>> Enu red at Ihe Posroffleeat Lot, Angeles as second.class mall mat cr. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The psp-rs of all delinquent mill subscribers to th. Daily HiritALD will be pr.-niptly d s t,n tinned hereafter. No papers will bs stnt to ■üba, rlbcrs by mill un'et-s the same hAvn heeu paid (orin aavitnce. This rule Is inllrxib c. L P Fl«her, newspaper sdv-nls vi atreni, 21 Merchant.'Exchange, San Francisco, is, *n au thorized agent. Tnis paper is kept on file lv hi" off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

SOMETHING OF A CHESTNUT BURR He Played an Old Game on Susccptable Men. Charged With Unlawfully Using the United States Mails. The Peculiar Case on Trial Before Jndsre Boss Yesterday—Some Spec imen Letters—How the Man Was Untight. Judge Rosa took a vacation from Chinese business yesterday nnd listened to tbe lovelorn effusions of matrimoni ally inclined Benedicts who fell into tbe toils of Mr. and Mra. Robert Burr. Robert Burr was on trial for üßingthe United States mails for the purpose of obtaining money under falae piotenaes. Two or three months ago Mr. Burr inserted the following-advertisement in the San Francisco Examiner: "A nice-looking, intelligent young woman, with some property, and more in prospect, desires the acqaaintance of a respectable young or middlo-aged gen tleman ; northern or eastern preferred; object, matrimony. Address Mies E, L. 8., box 883, Pasadena, Cal." Then, although Mr. Burr resides in Los Angeles, ho hied him to Pasadena and rented box 838, in the subur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

6 SET | ECONOMY is the order of ♦ >r i OfV f ! T ? P CR X IN ° dull * I^S t the day. We are holding 5 IoWO. IoUO, f 0 times Get one of our | jup onr end—placing within 5 | new Fall Sm * s be ha PPy f g~ | your means the very best J ♦ and contented. Contentment % \ Clothing at the lowest prices. ♦ * means happiness. ♦ I NEW GOODS. I | NEW GOODS. |, i WE tale pleasure id Mornig tiie pile that our NEW FALL 1 c " GOODS are new on sale. Ie have an elegant assortment 3 i of Suits and Overcoats at prices ranging from 15.00 to $20.00, i 1 and pants from $11 to $7.00. Also a fall line priced 3 B Underwear, Shirts and Hats. Now tbat we liaye size % % of onr store, we can say with pride that we are one of the big con- % % cerns of the town and have an elegantly lighted salesroom. If yon % !e wish good, honest goods, popular prices and polite attention, yon % % will lad it to yonr interest to visit ns. All goods marked in J B plain figures and one price to all. J f I E?£S j NEW GOLDEN EAGLE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

THE TEACHERS' THINK TANKS Well Filled with Ideas by the Recent Institute. Proceedings in tils' Various Sections at Yesterday's Session. Miss Annie .Tonkins'* Valuable Paper on Klnderaarten Work-Mr. Kllilnger on Wasted In Education—Mlas Kelso on Libraries. The first annual institute of the city teachers, which has been held during the past three days, was concluded yesterdsy with very interesting sessions among tbe various sections. Throughout the entire session of the institute the interest has continued un abated. A number ol very excellent papers have been read and ably discujsed. Tbe result of tho institute can be but one—that the teachers have been greatly benefit oil by the assem blage, and can now enter upon their fall work with many excellent and new ideas as to the methods and manner of teach ing the youthful mind how to shoot. The first hour of the section was de voted to a paper, Educational Value of Hand Worn in the Kindergarten, by Miss Annie M. Junkin. She said the chil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

8 J INK ADVKKTIHIMKNTB. *•• * * ■ The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known your •' * * WWW A MS N TTTTT SSS9 W WW W AA SS N T S 8 W WW W A A X N N T 8 WWW W A A N N X T * If ft A A X N N T SSSS WW WW AAA A X N N T 8 WW WW A A X N N T 8 W W A AN NN T 8 8 WW A A N NN T 8888 Is through Hie classified ad. columns ol The Herald. It Is cheap, brings (iulck returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he Withes to reach. OOUT. A kMh, „SB s IT FFFII F.KK DDD O CI, AA 5 si II F II Ii D I» 0 L A A S BSs. S SS s II FF II Eli D Jl 0 C L AAA £ s JII F III! I> D OCO 1.UJ.l A h S3 s ''SS 8 II F II HHP. DDD A DDK I. EliE'rrTT s SS s AA D HI. F, T 2 * ill Dl XX r SS S AAA HDL K. T .5 A ADHD I.I.I.LEKK I "SS" Inserted in the columns ol The Herald at *••; * 1 6 CEXTB PER LINE PER HAY. • $ltl'Eß LINE PER MONTH. ! ; Buccial rates ior a longer period. * I Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad verti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

THE BICYCLE GIRL. The bicycle girl Is plump and round. Her cheeks aro rosy, her akin is browned, Her eyes nro bright with health. In her modest gownsof navy blue. She gets all theadmlratlon duo To a woman's greatest wealth. Her flesh Is firm and her musoles strong. Her rounded limbs might well belong To a goddess of olden time. As she glides along on her silent wheel , > All men admire, for all men feci That her vigor Is sublime. Then hall to the bicycle girl, and long •lay she live nnd grow more strong. As a woman ought to do. Till hor weaker sisters also try With her In her health and her strength to vie. And get them bicycles too. —Toronto MaiL GOODBY. "i*he two Montis had finished their din ner. From tho windows of the cafe they overlooked tho boulevard, which al this hour was crowded with people. The soft breezes that sweep through tho Streets of Paris on warm summer nights fanned their cheeks, inviting them to go down among the trees, somewhere, any where, to dream of moonl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 September 1893

■ 10 NOTES Weather Boreas. Report of observations token at Los Angeles, Sept. 14, 1893: a. m. p m. > tot ! uu Hi. 74 \tS\ 1 Clear ! W I 8 clear Maximum temperature, 70. Minimum temperature, 52. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; nearly stationary temperaturo Fri day, westerly winds. The meeting of the patk commis sion which was to have been held yesterday, waa postponed. A new railway crossing will shortly be put in at the corner of First and Spring streets by tbe cable and electric com panies. HCouncilmen Nickell and Munson and Engineer Baseell made an inspection of the ontfall sewer yeaterday. Work ie progreesing satisfactorily. There are undelivered telegrams at tbe office of the Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court streets. September 14th, for A. B. McMillan, Nettie Widgeon. Tbe delegates to the convention of orange growers which waa held in this elty August 20th, will meet again in convention in tbe chamber of commerce rooms, tbis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATHER; NEARLY STATIONARY TEMPER ATURE; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 158 THE LAST CHANGE iffl THE FEW REMAINING Summer Sis For Children Ist Go WE HAVE MARKED THEM TO ABOUT ONE-HALF THEIR FORMER PRICE Onr Fall Stock Is Complete and Novelties Abound. ONE FKIOE TO ALL * .- Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. SPRIIMCa &. FIRBT STREETS. CRYSTAL- EALAGE 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. BIG DRIVES THIS WEEK IN OUR LAMP DEPARTMENT NIGHT LAMPS, complete, cut from 25c to 15c. hAND LAMPS, with burner and chimney, cut from 30c. to 20c. FINE GLASS LAMPS, complete, cut from 35c. to 25c DECORATED STAND LAMPS, with fancy shades, cut from $i..SO to 95c ELEGANT VASE LAMPS, with shades to match, cut from $2.50 to $1.50. BANQUET LAMPS, with B. & H. burner and silk fringed shade, cut from $3 50 to $2.25. MEYBERG BROS. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CARPET Ml) RUG DEPARTMENT 1 A Snperb and Varied Line of PrlTato Pattern...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

2 PACIFIC COAST NEWS CLEANINGS. The Southern Pacific Cnt in Eastbound Rates. Sensational Developments in the Krug: Defalcation at Seattle. A San Francisco Customs Inspector Makes a Hasty Seizure of Smug gled Opium—An Old Soldier's Accidental Death. By the Associated Pran. San Francisco, Sept. 15.—1t was re ported today that the Southern Pacific will make a reduction of $15 on first class fares ont of Los Angeles eastbound via El Paso next Monday. The Santa Fe is expected to follow suit. This will make the first-class fare from Los An geles to Chicago $36.75. General Passenger Agent Goodman of the Southern Pacific declared yesterday that on Monday a cut of $4 would be made between Southern California ter minals and El PaBO. Goodman of the Southern Pacific and Thompson of the Southern California have had some rather brisk correspondence, and the re suit is a rupture of relations between the Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe sys tems, the Bonthern California forming part of the latter ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. Hlsi Naally Stevens' Concert—Board or Trade—Notes. Pasadena, Sept. 15.—The orowa which filled the tabernacle last evening to listen to the opening concert of tho season by Miss Neally Stevens, assisted by local mnsiolans, was a representative ono both from a numerical and musloal standpoint. Miss Btevnns has beon hoard here several times before, having made this city her home for several years, and her many friends gladly took advantage of this opportunity to near her again. The house was vet j tastefully decorated for the osaaslon aud the stsge, with tho chorus seated at the back, presented a pretty appearance. The programme consisted of three oratorio selections' by the chorus of ''00 voices, nnder the direction of Professor Cole, two of them accompanied with solos. . _ , The Stsrr quartette, composed of Prof. Cole, Dr. Parkor, Mr. Streble and Mr. Edwards, ren dered one seteotlon in its usual excellent man ner ' r Mrs. Cole and Miss Bunker accompan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKI.Y. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. JOSEPH D. LV.ICH. JAJIIS J. AVERS. AVERS LYNCH, publishers, «33 and 385 west second street. telethon c 156. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: Per week 8 20 Per Month »° BY MAIL (Including rostate): Dally Herald, one yesr $8 00 Dally Herald, Fix months * 25 Daily Heiald, three mo >th« SS 26 Daily Herald, one mouth SO Weekly llera'd, one year 1 50 Weekly Herald, six months 1 Ot) Weekly Heiald, three months 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 20 Entered at the Postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Daily Heiiald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers will be scut to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule is tnllexlb'e. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, i* sn au thorized agent. This paper is kept on llle In his office The Herald is sold at the Oc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

WORKINGMEN VS. PREACHERS. A Lively Mass Meeting on the Chinese Question. An Interesting; Discussion Held Last Evening:. Sr. Widney Indorses an Extension sf Registration Time--Editor Clark or tha Labor Review Cre ates a Diversion. The mass meeting held at tbe First Presbyterian church last night, for tbe purpose of considering tbe deportation of the Chinese, was well attended but accomplished nothing, although things were very lively lor a while. It had been the purpose of those who inaugurated tbe meeting to pass some resolutions petitioning congress to ex tend the time for registration, in order to give tbe Chinese an opportunity to correct their error, but tbis desire did not materialize. Tbe labor unions stole a march on the worthy gentlemen and captured the meeting, thwarting tbe pnrpoee of passing tbe petition. While tbe resolution was put to a vote and tbe negatives scarcely outnumbered tbe affirmatives, they showed cloarly to the presiding gentleman that such a resolution cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 September 1893

6 KI'XCIAT. NOTICES. WAITED— ON TIIK, INSTALLMENT PLAN, a good severt-room house in southwest part of city, will pay $25',l or I*3oo cash. Will exchange a line '_'(> acre tract, well im proved for city property. Will exchange 17 ncres, close In, well im proved, for a good hotel property. For sale, hones and lot, close in, 5 gotnl rooms, ior $50 cash snd 815 per month. For -ale, house and lot, $J.O cash, other $300 Long rime. Honse "hd Uw for.-; i >. Wanted t.- lmv, it nret-ciiiss 23-room lodging house in good location' for cash. Riverside land tied money to exchange for 'Los Angeles Improved piuperty. Wanted, partner v.lth $150 in a good-paying business; light work; refer' nee cxi hanged. Jl icKMGHT«v FUOARD, 0-15 tf SJiB. Broadway. VTOTICE-Tli;- LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Jl company will strictly enforce the follow- Ing role: The hours for sprinkling art betn ecu Band S o'clock a. in. and >1 and 8 o'cloc'.; p. m. ■For a violation of the above regulation the waterwill he shut o...

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