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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 September 1893

NORWALK CHINESE MUST GO. Exciting Times at that Little • Town Last Night. George Hebe Ho Had to Discharge His Chinamen or See Them Hung-. Supervisor Hay Prevented Bloodshed By Ilia Timely Arrival—An Armed Crowd Dlip-rae Only After Attaining Their Object. Yesterday afternoon a telephone message was received at the.Bheiill's of fice from Norwalk stating that the white laborers of tbe district intended to make a midnight descent upon the Chi nese employed at George lleberle's vineyard, which ia located about a mile and a half south of Norwalk. It was further stated* that the Anti Chinese league had sent an ultimatum to Heberle, warning him that unless lie immediately discharged his Chinese help, that they would be hung by the mob before morning. Shortly after the receipt ol the tele phone communication, Supervisor Hay left for lleberle's vineyard, and on ar riving there and investigating the mat ter, sent a message to Sheriff Cline, in which he said bloodshed was imminent, and asked th...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 September 1893

6 J TNE AIIVfiRTISKMiKXH, * * • The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known yonr '* * WWW A NN ■ TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA NN N T S 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T SSSS WWWW AAAA NNN T 8 WW WW A A N N N J, „ 8 WW A AN NN I 8 8 W W A AN NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad. columns of THK Herald. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those h« wishes to reach. OTX!!. A «SSo K SS, II FFFITKRKPDD C C AA 5 , II F II X D D 0 t A A Ns. II FF I' 5* » » oc l aaa . fur nn n d OOC LU.LA A SS NS 8 II F II EEEDDD A r>DD T. KEKTTTT S SS S ftl If ! k I C lllleke T Ns* Inserted in the columns of Tint Herald at » * • 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : EMcial rates lor a longer period. : '* * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell properly will do well to ad vertise in The Herald. * * OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. j SPECIAL NOTICES. WANTED— ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, a good seven-...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 September 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exchange Review. New Tork, Sept. A.—The cour.e of specu latlou on the stock exchange today was in the nature of a surprise, even, to the very persons who themselves minipulated tho market. De spite tlit- weakness of American srcurltl?* 11l- London, prices here at the opening were gener ally higher and a firm tone prevailed. The hears made a vigorous raid and everything went off, but soon recovered. The flnal sales were generally at or wtlhiu a fraction of the highest prloos of tho day, and Ihe touo of tho dealings was decidedly strong. Goverumeut bonds doted steady. MONET QUOTATIONS." Nxw York, Sept. 10 —Mon3y on cult eaty: closed offered at 394 per cent; closed ottered at 3 per cent. prime mercantile psper, 7C<ilo ocr cent. Sterling . exchange, was flrr: 00-dsy bankers' bills, $4 H2Y44.83; demand. $1.85".. 84.85«. San Francisco, BepU 19.—Drafts, sight, 20c; telegraphic, 30c. STOCKS SND UONDS. NEwYonK,Bopt. 19 -Chojlng quotations were as follows: U. S. 4s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather r.nrean. Rensytt ol ohxnrvatlom fskon at Los Angeles, >pt. 19, 1803: Tlmo. [ Ba B;i>0 a. m. -."«) 0 l I Thcr. ]~oT" aH'rolVt'dlVoliWthor NW 1 Cl'dy 68 1 W I 8 lilonr M*xiranm temperature 77. Mialaum ten pemnrc, 5S. Indications. F.roCAst for Southern California: Fair vr.a'hei; nearly stailo-ary tomporaluro on Weducauay; westerly windr. A boy or yonng man with a horso and part, ia wanted to carry ontaide routes of the Hnn.M.n. Apply today at the buei ne«B office. The Southern Pacific pay car will arrive hero today and pay out many thousands of dollars to the employees of the great corporation hereabouts. At the mooting of the board of super visors yesterday, the board, on motion of Supervisor Forrester, appropriated 175 for distribution of the Illustrated Los Angclta Herald. There are undelivered telegrams at the oflice of the Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court itreets, September 19th, for -John Con- Inn, P. Tavlor, Mrs. Marv A Spaulding, Geo...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WEATH ER; NEARLY STATIONARY TEn- PERATURB; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. m OVERCOATS FOR FALL Melton Overcoats, Woolen Lining, at - - $1000 Fine Kersey Overcoats from - - $13 go to $30 00 These Goods Are of the Best Make and Finish. 01 yOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S GOODS Are the Handsomest and Most Stylish Hver Shown. Mullen, Bluett & Co. COR. SPRING Ac 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 IB RUG DEPARTMENT A Supe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

2 tbiag you denounced 01 bs boßten, and witn characteristic determination you choee humiliation. You settled your selves deliberately in tbe traces in which you stormed and bowled. In do ing so you not only violated the prece dents of 18 years, but all the principles of parliamentary law with which you ever came in contact. Yon refused a system of rules which we offered you, under which yon conld have done busi ness, and instead you chose to accom plish tbe same ends by special acts of violence. Tbe object of this action has been unworthy of the methods em ployed to accomplish it, for it has been the destruction of the power of the fed eral government in federal elections, in order that corruption and fraud might have free rein." [Loud applause on the Republican side,] CHAGRIN ON THE OTHER SIDE. "It is unnecessary for me," said Catchings, on rising to reply to Reed, "after the clear statements of the speaker in his ruling, to go into a de fense of tbe course of the majority to day. ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. A Notable Musical Brent -Local Affairs of Internet. Pasadena, Sept. 20.—The large audit orium of the Presbyterian church was well filled and overflowed into the gal lery last evening by an audience to bear tbe farewell concert of Miss Alice Cole man before leaving to resume her stud ies in tbe east. The decorations were not profuse, green being used exclu sively, but were' arranged with much taste. Miss Coleman was assisted by Mrs. W. B. Clapp, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gard ner Coggewell of Los Angeles, Mr. 10. D. Clark, Herr Bernhardt and tbe Polym nia quartette, composed of Mrs. Post and Misses Ellis, Peck and Stouten burg. The programme was about equally di vided between the vocal and instru mental selections, and was thoroughly enjoyable. The duet work on tbe piano and organ by Mrs. Coggs well and Miss Coleman was of a very high order, the selections being some of tbe most difficult compositions. Tbe Polymnia quartette was heard in two selections, tbe fi...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AND WKKKI.T. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Majors D. Lynch. James J. Ayirs. AVERS &. LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, 12.1 AXl> a*s WSJST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONIC 15C SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARtIEP: „ „„ I'erWrck 5 20 Per Mouth fco BY HAH, (Including Postaie): Daily Herald, one year $8 00 Dally Herald, tlx ruo:ilh« 4 Bft Daily Hetaid, three mo th» IS 26 Daily Herald, one month SO Weekly Herald, one year 1 So Wrosly Herald, six months 1 0(> WeeklvHeiald, three months. ftO Illustrated Herald, per copy 120 Entered at the Postofflce at Loa Anteles as second-class mall matier. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily Hirald will be promptly d * -on llnued hen-after. No papers will be sent to subs, rlbers by mall nn'ess tbe same have been paid for in aavance. Ibis rule is inflexlb'c. L. P Fisher, newspaper stiver! lamK ai;»nt, 21 Merchant.'Exchauie, Sen Francisco, ls«n au thorised agent. This paper Is kept on file In kla office Tub Hr.HA...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

IT IS NEARING COMPLETION. Th« Great Outfall Sewer In p cted by Councilmen. Each of tbe Sections Given Careful Attention by the Visitors. The Trip Made Over the Sewer Route fram Thia City to the Ocean—lnci dent! of the Kxpodltlon—Re mit of the Inspection* Within 00 daya Loa Angelea will have One of the finest sewer systems in the world. More than two-thirds ol the great outiall aewer is now completed, and it ia expected tbe entire construc tion will be finished at the expiration of tbe time mentioned. Tbe public has, for the last two or three months, been unaware ot the enormous amount of work going on in the conetruction oi the big pipe line, whicb ehortly will dump the city's sew age into the Pacific ocean. Tho immense system waa inspected yeaterday by the aewer committee oi tbe city council, consisting of Meaara. Nick ell, chairman, Munaon and Strohm. Councilmen Campbell, Rhodes, Pea eel and Innee, City Engineer Dockweiler and two reporters accompanied the com mittee. Aa is known,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

6 ALAS! A Hlrt» thought of doubtful k!n Carr.c l,ou»ed himself my Ksart wlthln, And spied about, and furled his wings, .Ami tried my heart' 3 loi.s silont strings, „'.nd to Hie sound ho wa'tcned tht.ro I sang n aor.g uiicn tho air— A song, and songs, and over more I never Bang so sweet before Until a whißpcr camo and staid Tho sweetest songs I over made. And told mo 'twas a very' sin Had made himself so snug withlnl And so I took that busy sprite. That waa my helper end delight. And drove 1:1 m far before my fears And cleansed his dwelling with my tears. But, since I tnrncil him out of door I sing my happy songs no more. —Maud Egerton King. THAT UMBRELLA. Patter! pat! pat! The rain was pour ing down on the glass portico. A sud den storm had swept up out of a clear eky. Every one was caught unawares. The stray cabs were seized in a moment, the omnibuses crowded before you could look around. There was actually only one umbrella in the stand by the door of the Cafe de Luxe. I stood, in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

NOW READY=OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK m. j-a; n S "U 1 0u , r e e ant Window See Our Elegant Window Display, / ) The greatest difficulty ° i, P l "^P r e *' Kned by Mr ' Designed by Mr. m. a. Paiey. It is not often that we ask rj- _ J mothers find in buying „ „ the public to read so much F*W finl ARE in ° ne b ° f t ° u f JFJ r ntCr ™* ht *' T SO PULL Jo'know /^/^ ld climate. Knowing |gj J just as difficult to know (f J a A l'{®"-f thls we have ha< f anum - Of enthusiasm about our grand new stock of whereto stop. 1 U) ) ber of pretty styles made WMfisfgf ff Fall and Winter Clothing that we hardly know Thi. season we .re paying great / / Up • °" r , Wehave what to tell you about first. Not only are we i tt ' n,ion , '° Boys „, a " d Ch, . ldre » -S / / W4WM J Jf"? wKlltt.VestieSuits, enthusiastic, but our clerks have caught the fe- hJ WWsi ? ee / e^T?" ltS Ce i k " ver, and one and all pronounce our selections the nft%'£L%X£ Our cut at the right repre- A& brated Primrose Suit; a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

8 J INK AUVEKTIBIMENIB, 0 * • TJie most direct method of reaching tha : public and making known your * * www a KB n ttttt ssss W WW W AA Ml N T S 8 W\V WW A A If N N 1 8 WWW W A A Si S J b WW W W A A N N N T SSSS WW WW AAA A N N N T g WW WW A A N N. N g WW A AN .NN T 8 „8 WW A A tit MB V SSSS Is through the classified nd. columns of The Herald. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. OOCL A S SS, S SS S H KFFII FPEl'lin tYBE AA c st II F II 8 1> D 8 l A A s ss 8 b ss s II far fa XX I> r> %o8 Lxji4«3 B SS* 11 I ii EKE ODD A HDD T. EEETTTT S SS S AADDL R TS° AA D D L EE T B SS B AAA DDL X T s S A A ODD LLLLKKK T ''SS 0 Inserted in the columns oi The Herald at • c CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. i $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : Special rates for a longer period. : '* * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise in the Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER j jfc * SPEC...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

AS GOES THE WORLD. But the thirtty of eoul aooa learn to know The molaturcless froth of the aoolal ehowj The vulgar sham of the pompons feast Where the heaviest purse Is the highest priest; The organized charity, sorimped and Iced, In the name of oautione, statistical Christ; •The smile restrained, the respectable cant, When a friend In need is a friend In want; where the only aim is to keep afloat, And a brother may drown with a cry In his throat. —John Boyle O'Reilly. j? THE WRECKERS. Tho following Btory told to mo in my official capacity aa chaplain in one of her majesty's largest convict prisons touched me very much at the time. The narrator having been dead some years, I boo no harm in presenting his history to the public iv as nearly as possible his own words. By way of preface I may remark that the prisoner was a quiet, well be haved and apparently inoffensive indi vidual, entered in tho prison books as H 61. He had evidently received a fair edu cation. At the time of telling...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1893

10 NOTES Wr»l ,*r llu-.ao. a, Report of oieici f ulcus takou at Los Angeles, a>r :« ivoi: ~Tiiiio. j *»r. [Thi-r. i 7 ». m >9.!>.V ;»l :O0 p U, 29.8ui Ol) i 71 w 2 7 Maxim in temperature, 70. liinimuci temperature, 51. Indications. K. recu for Southern Ca'ifornla: Fair • ather; m-aily sta.io-.ary temperature on Thursday: westerly winds. Evervbodv is buying a $2.50 fall hat Irom Desmond, No. 141 S. Spring, and hia noveltiea in 5 ) cent neckwear Still continue *o oraw crowded houaes. O. A. Gould ia in durance vile at tbe county jail, upon a charge oi eending a owd, lascivious and obscene letter to Mrs. Gould of 324 West Fourth street. Mra. Charlea Forhea died suddenly yeaterday in a drugg.st'a atore at Eaat Loa Angelea. Mre. Forbca waa in a nack, driving to the city, when ahe waa aeized with a fit irom which ahe never recovered. The quarto-cectennial meeting of the Loa Angelea Baptiat association will be held aa iollowa: Sunday School con vention, October 3d; Young People's A...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WBATH BRI SLIOHTLY WARMER; WEST ERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 164 OVERCOATS FOR FALL Melton Overcoats, Woolen Lining, at - - $1000 Fine Kersey Overcoats from - - ' $13 00 to $30 00 These Goods Are of the Best Make and Finish. 01 YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S GOODS Are the Handsomest and Most Stylish Ever Shown. Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. SPRING Sc 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 AND RUG DEPARTMENT liT leH-ij...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

2 from the administration or from those acting with it. He aaid the majority of the Democratic members of the senate were for silver, but that three-fourths of the Republicans were against it, and that ttie Democracy could expect nothing good from a combination of fragments of its membership with a Re publican organization. He declared that California was not dependent in any aenae upon silver. She always had been the leading gold Btate of the union, but he and the peo ple whom he represented, sympathized with the eilver states. . In conclnding he affirmed his belief in the power of the peopie to ultimately settle all questions rightly, and declared that although he opposed the pending measure, still if it became a law he was satisfied that notwithstanding its ill effect on our immense resources, the patriotiem of the United States would detect tbe error and apply a remedy. A LITTLE FILIBUSTERING. When White had concluded, George, who was entitled to the floor, said he preferred to ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA. She Wool Market Demoralized—Super visors la Session. Santa Ana, Sept. 21.—The wool men are about the most disconsolate class of people in Orange county at the present time. This comes from the fact that they have not yet sold any of the fall clip of wool. It is all off the backs of tbe sheep and sacked, but the wool auyer is minus. In conversation with a wool grower yesterday a Herald repre sentative was informed that tbe clip was heavy and the quality good. The wool crop of Orange county iB about 75,000 Backs this fall, and if thiß Sould be turned into money would create better times. Buyers are expected, oowever, in a very short time. IN Tim BIVKR BED. Sixty hands are at work in the bed of tbe Santa Ana river cutting out brush (md doing other work in tbe way of "leaning and straightening the channel. Tomorrow Surveyor Finley will put on a large number of men, and by tbe begin ning of next week 100 men will be at work. The job will last for 60 days...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAILY AMD WIEKLI. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Josarn D. Lynch. Jams J. Ayers. AVERS &, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, 523 AND a«8 WEST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 150. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ST CARRIER: _ „„ rerWrek 8 2°. Per Month eO BY MAIi, (Including tostajej: Daily Heraid, one yenr SB 00 bally Herald, sir months * 25 Daily Heiald, three mo th* 2 25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Week'y Herald, one year 150 Weekly Hersld, six months 1 OO Weekly He: aid, three months. 50 Illustrated Herald, per copy 2d Entered at the Postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class mail mat er. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers lo the Daily Herald will be promptly discon tinued hereafter. No papers wilt be sent to subs ribers by mill unless tbe same have been paid for in advance. This rule is mflextb'e. L. P Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is »n au thorized agent, Thiß paper is kept on tile in his office The Herald i« »o!d at the Occ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

A LOCAL EVANS AND SONTAG. Two Masked Men Rob a Main Street Store, And Succeed in Seriously VVoundintr Police Officer Lennon. One or tho Coldest AfT«lr» on Record - Hauler's Urooary Store on Alain Street the Scene of an Ix clting Episode. One of the boldest robberies ever known to have taken place in this city occurred last night et Harney's grocery Store, on Fifteenth and Main streets, tbe affair culminating in the shooting of Police Officer J. Lennon and the escape of the robbers with nearly (50 in cash. The proprietor of the store, J. N. Hamer, was sitting at his desk about 9:30 talking to two friends who were standing close by him. Mrs. Hamer was in another part of tbe store which consists, in reality, of r wo separate buildings, with two entrances. Mrs. Hamer heard the door creak sev eral times,and, thinking some boys ware larking ontside, went toward the door and called out: "Be quiet, boys." The words had hardly left her mouth, when two men entered; their faces were masked, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 September 1893

6 gpKtii.tr. WANTED— ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, a good seven-room house in soutlnvest part of city; will pev 9250 or 9300 cash. Will exchange a fine 20 acre tract, Well im proved for city properly. ~ . Will exchange 17 seres, close in, well im proved, for a good hotel property. For saic, houße and lot, close In, 0 good rooms, ior 960 cash and 915 per month. Ilou-c and lot for SHOO. , , , Wanted to huy, a first-class 25-room lodging house in nood location ior ensh. Riverside land avii money to exchange lor Jos Angeles improved property. MACKNIGHf <£ FUGARD, 9-15 tl 252 S. Broadway. N~TStTCE OF HEARING PETITION FOR VA cut inn of Prospect drive—Notice is hcreliy given tlim a petition has been tiled with tho board oi supervisors of Los Angeles county, prujlngior the vacation of all tha! port of frospecl drive as delineated upon the map of the Uuntcr's Highland View tract, iccorded in book*, page ">7o, miscellaneous records oi Los :\lilies conntv, and thui Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 1:30 ...

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