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Los Angeles Herald from Los Angeles, California • Page 12

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12 A LONG TERM Pat Savage Goes Up for Twenty-Five Years HOFFMAN WAS FOUND GUILTY CLAIMS FOB DAMAGES IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT A New Bule of Court Divorce of Teachers Who Passed Exaniinatioa Patrick H. Savage, convicted in Department one last week of murder in the second degree, In having shot Will Roche at San Pedro, was sentenced by Judge Smith yesterday. The aunt, cousin and nieces of the defendant were in court and formed a sadfaced group as they sat around him, impotent to save him from the consequences of his rash act. Ben Goodrich, leading counsel for the defense, made a motion for a new trial on statutory grounds, which was overruled. The court ordered Savage to stand up, but his counsel again interposed to ask for the mercy of the court.

He reminded the court that tho defendant's reputation as a peaceful, quiet and orderly man had been established, and that the crime for which he was about to be sentenced had been committed without malice or premeditation. Under thejse circumstances counsel urged that as much leniency be shown as consistent with the gravity of the Offense, and that the defendant be sent to San Quentin rather than to Folsom. In proceeding to pass sentence, the court said he sometimes doubted if it was profitable for the court to make any remarks in cases of this kind, and yet tome words might possibly do some good. "It is a terrible situation in which you find said Judge Smith, after a lengthy pause, "the most serious in a man can be of murder. And it is all chargeable to whisky.

If you had left whisky alone Will Roche would be alive today and you would have been going about your business. It was shown in court that you are a peaceful man. but given to taking a night off and going on a spree. While the court feels inclined to be lenient, as far as the case will permit. I can't shut my eyes to the fact that you sent a young man into eternity in a cruel can't say cold-blooded, for there was nothing to stir a man's manner.

I accept the evidence that you called Boehe out on the porch nnd Phot him with a Colt's revolver. The Jury dealt leniently with you in finding you guilty in the second degree. Whatever you may think, the court is of the opinion that It is dealing mercifully with you. It Is tho Judgment of this court that you be confined at San Quentin for the period of twenty-five years." An outcry from Savage's aunt broke the stillness that had prevailed while the court was speaking, and, throwing herself on her daughter's neck, the poor woman sobbed out her grief. The others of the little party were also in tears, and as the deputy sheriff removed the defendant from the court room and brought the painful scene to a close, they followed tearfully in his train.

At the jail the scene as the relatives took leave of Savage was heart-rending. His aunt and cousins hung about his neck as they bade farewell to the one who had gone wrong. The last words to him were: "Be a good boy. my dear," and if Savage follows this advice he will be able to cut down his sentence by good credits to about seventeen years, and this term may be still further shortened by the prison commissioners' releasing Savage on parole. The parole system has been found to work well and robs the administration of law of any spirit of vindictiveness.

When it appears that a prisoner by his behavior shows signs of penitence, he is paroled and allowed to lead his own life, subject only to monthly reports to the authorities. Any lapse from rectitude, however, relegates him at once back to prison to complete his unexpired term. SOME HEAVY CLAIMS Carried From the Supreme Into the Circuit Court Two complaints were filed in the circuit court yesterday which were transferred from tho Los Angeles county supreme court for the reason that some of the parties to the suit are non-residents in the state. Lunar Moore, aged 17, is the plaintiff in one suit: J.L. Moore, his father and guardian, in the other, and both are acrainst the Los Angeles Iron and company, Willis J.

Boyle, the receiver of that company, the Employers' Liability Assurance corporation, limited, tlie I'nlon Oil comparand seventeen stockholders in the Iron and Steel company. The complaint alleges that Lunar Moore was employed as messenger boy and water carrier in the Iron and Steel company on or about Jan. 11, ISM, and claim is made that he fell into a submerged barrel on tin- of that company, which wus full of scalding water that had been condensed from steam. The complaints further allege that there was neither covering, sign or warning of the harr-l's proximity, and that it was further obscured by a cloud of steam. Claim is made that plaintiff, Lunar Moore's feet, legs and one hip were so badly scalded and burnt that he was confined to the bed for four months, and that he is probably crippled for The allegation is also made that the Employers' Liability Assurance company executed and delivered to the Los Angeles Iron and Steel company a policy of assurance for $5000 on the 16th of November, 1895, good for twelve months.

Prayer is therefore made for damages in the several amounts of $7500 from the Los Angeles Iron and Steel company, $5000 from the Employers' Assurance company, $316 from Henry L. Plnney, $410 from John Rebman, $1075 from A. S. Robens, $556 from Charles W. Dameral and $653 from Fred R.

Harris. That it be declared that Willis J. Boyle, receiver, holds the policy of the Assurance company for the plaintiff, Lunar Moore, and that Boyle assign to plaintiff said policy in consideration of a receipt given him by plaintiff, and for the costs of the suit. GUILTY AS CHABGED Jury in the Hoffman Case Out Three- Quarters of an Hour The lightning never strikes in the same place twice in succession it is said, and so it was too much to hope that 'William Hoffman would "hang" a Jury considering his case twice. His trial for participation with Gilbert Young in robbing Tom Batter at the Eagle stables on Broadway of a gold nugget pin and $16 in money began on Saturday.

Tho evidence was much the same as before and in the address to the Jury Attorney Fredericks. Avho has defended Hoffman in both trials, made a very "smooth" talk to the Jury. Deputy District Attorney McComas, however, bestowed more attention to his argument than the Importance of the case might have seemed to warrant, for in addition to making a close analysis of the evidence he indulged in tho humorously sarcastic remarks and suggestive innuendoes that are equally as damaging as a pronounced assertion. At twenty minutes to five oclock the ease was given to the jury and after being out three-quarters of an hour a return was made into court and a verdict rendered of "guilty of robbery as charged." Hoffman will be brought up on Thursday morning for sentence. His companion.

Young, was sent to San Quentin for five years, and consequently Hoffman cannot expect to escape with a very much lighter sentence. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Stock Owned by the County to Be Voted Today A resolution was yesterday adopted authorizing Dr. E. L. Burdick, superintendent of the county farm, to represent and vote 12n shares of water stock in the Arroyo Ditch and Water company, owned by the county, at its annual election to be held at Downey today.

He was instructed to cast the votes of such stock for the present board of directors and the zanjero, if they are in nomination, and if not, to exercise his own discretion. The sum of $25.5" was ordered transferred from the general to the immigration fund. The bond of Louis Cohn of Norwalk, on his contract to supply the county farm with bread during the current year, was yesterday approved. The requisition of County Assessor Summerlaml for office supplies valued at $95.56 was granted. A NEW RULE Attorneys Debarred From Taking Away Papers at Will The twentieth section of the rules regulating the procedure in the superior court has been amended and a copy bearing the signature of the superior judges was placed on file with the county clerk.

It provides that no paper on file shall be taken from the courthouse by any person save upon the written order of one of the judges, and then a certified copy shall be left in its stead. The only exception to this decisive and far-reaching rate will be made in those cases where it may be necessary to refer to the papers in making up the account of probate eases. SCHOOL EXAMINATION List of Teachers to Whom Have Been Awarded Certificates The following teachers successfully passed the semi-annual examinations, and have been awarded certificates: Hasklns, Marie- Burnett, Lilian Belle Scott. Emily M. Seegmiller, Abbie C.

Kellogg, Nettie May Ginnito, Ethel T. Berkey, Alice M. Hanly, Carrie A. Miller. Clara E.

Thompson and Charles Smith. There were forty-one candidates in this grade. R. Dill, Mrs. Carrie Ledford, Diantha May Haynes.

Pauline Comwell, E. T. Ingham. Kate Smith and Robert J. Wells.

There were twenty-one candidates in this grade. An Insane Poet "I am a poet, and the greatest in the world: and back in France my father is a millionaire," and as he uttered the boast John Ceurager lay back in his chair in Department two and looked serene and contented. As a matter of fact, Ceurager was being examined for insanity. He was a Basque shepherd and came into the city some months ago with in his possession. He purchased the Ballona lodging bouse, at the corner of Commercial and Wilmington streets, and proceeded to enjoy himself.

Never very strong mentally, a fairly regular indulgence in alcoholic liquors soon unhinged his intellect, and he became a menace to himself and the public generally. About a month ago he had to sell out his lodging bouse after having frittered away his money, for a nominal amount. Ceurager! was ordered committed to Highland asylum. An Old Friend Mrs. Mary Bentley, late of Calabasas, is in trouble again.

While a resident of the little burg that has won notoriety as a place whe re "scrapping" is indulged in as a pleasant relaxation, she preferred charges against "Dr." Allen of malpractice. After a vast amount of bandying about the "Dr." was brought to trial in Department one and heavily fined for practicing as a physician when he was only a pharmacist. Mrs. Bentley figured again, however, in a neighborhood quarrel, and now, for the third time, she is mailt to figure in court. In this easy Mrs.

Marie Wurtz made and swore to the complaint in which she charges Mrs. Bentley with having threatened to kill her. The parties LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1898 live at the junction of Utah and Kearney streets and the trouble again arose out of a neighbors' quarrel. A Divorce Episode Judge Van Dyke yesterday granted a decree divorcing Bernard Berg from Leta Berg, on the ground of desertion. Just a few moments before Clifford Walker Berg, the 5-year-old boy of the parties, was adopted in Department one by Mr.

and Mrs. Melville E. Walker, the child's grandparents. The latter havo had the care of the little one largely, and in view of the divorce suit it was thought better the legal right of guardianship should be vested in the grandparents. Oil Man's Insolvency A creditor's petition in Insolvency was yesterday filed against L.

A. Whipple, who follows the business of oil driver and had made an assignment with intent, so It was alleged, to defraud his creditors. The creditors signing the petition, with amounts of their separate Indebtedness, were as follows: The Baker iron works, J. R. Holmes, $20; A.

A. Braly. $35.10: Machinery and Electrical company, Enterprise Machinery works, $78. New Suits Filed H. W.

Keller vs. B. Brubaker and Susannah suit to recover $3000 on a note; that a receiver be appointed to take charge of the Hotel Jackson at Santa Monica, a chattel mortgage on the furniture of which was given to secure the note; $300 attorney's fees and order of sale. Frederick Hayes vs. the City of Los suit to quiet title to lot 78 of the Ballesteros Vineyard tract.

Amended rules of the superior court filed. Estate of Jessie M. Dunning, deceased of E. T. Dunning for probate of will.

Estate of James T. Downes. Petition of Jane D. Daniels for letters of administration. The estate Is valued at $1000.

Estate of Seymour Hutchinson. of Galen Hutchinson for probate of foreign will. The estate is valued at $1600. Estate of Amanda P. Wiggin.

deceased of W. H. Wiggin for probate of will. The estate is valued at $500. Court Notes Judge Britt Brown, superior Judge of Dayton, 0., occupied a seat on the bench for a short time yesterday with Judge Allen.

Judge Brown has been in attendance on his father. Colonel Brown, commandant of the Soldiers' home, wh has been suffering from serious indisposition for some time. Being now convalescent, his son returns east today. Judge Allen Is also from the Buckeye state and was glad to welcome a close friend of earlier years. Robert W.

Rowland, a native of England, was admitted to citizenship yesterday by Judge Shaw upon making proper representations and taking the necessary oath. Inasmuch as Secundo Higuera. charged and convicted of seduction, was released on Saturday last pending his appeal, the habeas corpus proceeding before Judge Allen was yesterday dismissed. On motion of Assistant District Attorney Williams yesterday, the complaint against W. E.

Price, charged with an assault with a deadly weapon, was dismissed in Department oup. It was represented that the transcript of evidence showed that the prosecuting witness had so testified as to be subject to impeachment and the possibility of conviction was very remote. On such showigg Judge Smith ordered the complaint dismissed. An information will be filed against Harrison Oliver today in Department I one. Oliver is the man who in June last i broke into the sohoolhouse at Santa and later dug his way out of the Jail.

After running loose for some months he was recaptured In "Dogtown." and will now have to stand trial. Oliver has three prior convictions against him and consequently will receive a long term if convicted of burglary in the superior court. The district term trial jury of sixty was ordered yesterday, returnable Febuary Ist. The case of H. P.

Sweet et charged with implication in a land swindling scheme, a separate demurrer of H. P. Sweet was yesterday argued in the district court and submitted. Joseph E. Pusey, charged with postofflce robbery, station was examined yesterday by I'nited States Commissioner Van Dyke and held to answer in default of $21100 bail.

In tho circuit court yesterday D. A. Magee and E. Annnbale were admitted to practice on motion of tV. J.

Hunsaker. On motion of the same gentleman. Mr. Annabale was also admitted to practice in the district court. The general term trial calendar was called in both courts in the federal building yesterday and cases were set for trial.

COURT CALENDAR Cases to Be Called in the Departments Today DEPARTMENT Smith. (2450) John Woodruff. DEPARTMENT Clark. Mary L. Seymour; tirst account.

(N. P. 1675) Thomas Jones; petition for final discharge. (N. P.

1811) J. E. Plato; petition for final discharge. (N. I.

1583) Louise D. Paray; petition for final discharge. (N. I. 1430) Delia T.

Heath; petition for final discharge. (N. 1604) Volney E. Howard; petition for final discharge. (X.

P. 10S2) Jane Palmer; petition for final discharge. (N. I. 1155) W.

E. Davis; petition for final discharge. (N. I. B58) J.

W. C. Miller; petition for final discharge. (N. I.

1608) Wm. Griffith; petition for final discharge. IN. I. 1671) Rose Wlescke; petition for final discharge.

(N. P. 3164) John certificate of sale of personal property. (N. P.

21721 Clara C. Cositt; certificate of sale- of personal property. (N. P. 21331 Joseph 11.

Dltchle; certificate of sale of personal property. (2130) Estate N. C. Creede; probate of will and petition for family allowance. (GSli) Estate J.

Roberts; petition to sell real estate and property. (22Vii Estate H. Victorson; petition to sell real estate. Estate H. Chambers; distribution.

(17717) Estate M. J. Brown; petition to mortgage real estate. (2210 Estate and guardian Johannson minors; petition to lease realty. Estate E.

M. Hanna; probate of will. Estate F. Vernon; probate of will (1545) Estate 11. E.

Stone; final account and distribution. (112) Estate M. Caxr; final account. (1742) Estate It. A.

Bristol; petition for discharge. (BU3) Estate G. Davis; final account and distribution. (8089) Estate and guardian A. Luchettl; citation.

(2858) Estate A. K. Sepulveda; letters. (2359) Estate J. B.

Hannlman; letters. (1701) Estate C. Richards; partial distribution. (748) Estate H. L.

Darr; confirm of real estate. (2341) Estate D. Nelson: letters. (1617) Estate M. A.

Rust: final account. (1(68) Estate R. Nadeau; final account. (2033) Estaite E. Springer; flnail distribution.

(1683) Estate W. Moore; citation. (2052) Estate J. Suman; final account. (2158) Estate E.

B. Kellogg: letters. (1967) Estate C. H. Brown; final account and distribution.

(1047) Est at.) P. Wood. (1148) Estate H. Staunton, (1574) Estate O. Brainard.

(1539) Estate 8. Fansler. (1305) Estate J. F. Maguire.

(1535) Estate J. Heimann. (1162) Estate R. S. Den: distribution.

(899) Estate and guardian S. Russell; final account. Estate W. J. Roberts; petition to sell real estate.

DEPARTMENT York. (2.H503) Nicholas vs. Harkness. DEPARTMENT Van Dyke. (18730) Towell vs.

Schlbusoh. DEPARTMENT Shaw. (25745) Vail vs. Miner. (29075) Hutrhins vs.

Knolton. (29441)1 Quantlt vs. Blythe. DEPARTMENT SIX-Judge Allen. (29796) Wells vs.

Rigby. TOWNSHIP Young. Stephens vs. McGuire: trial; 1:30 p. m.

People vs. Melenday; felony; 9:30 a. m. People vs. McDonald; felony: 9:30 a.

m. To Be Called Tomorrow DEPARTMENT Smith. (2451) J. J. Willlnms; burglary trial (2464, 2454) Frank R.

Nicholson; arraignment. DEPARTMENT Judge Clark. (29048) Insolvency of Theodore Ftlese. N. P.

(2360) Cornelius F. Collins; probate of will. N. P. (2200) Flyrn.

minors: petition to sell personal property. N. P. (1541) C. W.

England: certliicnte of sale of personal property. DEPARTMENT Judgre York. (25419) Sentous vs. Qulnby; trial. DEPARTMENT FOUR-Judge Van Dyke.

(28634) McDonald vs. Webster et al. DEPARTMENT Judge Shaw. (28000) Munlox vs. McLean.

(25511) Knoller vs. Knoller. DEPARTMENT Allen. (25662) Knlckrehm vs. Bryant; trial.

TOWNSHIP Young. Loughead vs. Vlckery; supplemental proceedings; 4 p. m. Cuppen vs.

Mills et trial: 9:30 a. m. People vs. Bently; examination: 1:30 p. m.

INVESTIGATION TODAY Policeman Bitch to Answer Charges Before the Commission At the regular meeting of the board of police commissioners this evening Patrolman Hitch will answer to the complaint filed against him a week ago by George Lem. a Chinese commission merchant. It is claimed by Lem that Hitch entered his store and without authority of law searched his desk, scattered his private papers and took two letter tiles. Later, Lem claims, the policeman seized him on the street and after searching him placed him under arrest, hut released him without taking him to the police station. East Side Notes The friends of Mrs.

Maggie Tatman will be pained to learn of her sudden death yesterday from a paralytic her iate home, 620 Orange street. Mrs. Tatman formerly resided on Downey avenue. Mrs.P. Hardenburgh.

niece and granddaughter, of lowa are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of South Grithn avenue. Mrs. Hardenburgh intends mak- ing California her future home.

Ed Tinker, who has been training several dogs which he intends taking with him on his trip to Klondike, had them harnessed up yesterday and drove them to Eagle Rock, a distance of Aye miles. Miss Lillian Slgler of Hawkins street entertained a few friends at luncheon yesterday in honor of Miss Ellen Sterling of Redlands. Among those present were Miss Dell Custer, Miss Marie Turner, Miss Eva Langworthy and Miss Ellen Sterling. The Christian workers of the East Sidmet at the Baptist church last evening to district the East Side for mission work. Mrs.

Dockstader of Vallejo street is sp-ndlng a few weeks at El Monte. The Crokinole club meets this week at the Misses Green's. Rev. Sterling of Redlands is expecting to spend a few days this week on the East Side. Marriage Licenses The following licenses were issued yesterday from the office of the county clerk: Perle C.

Pemberton, a native of lowa, aged 21 years, a resident of Pasadena, and R. Annie Hunnicult, a native of lowa, aged 21 years, a resident of Whittier. Lewis Wright, a native of Canada, ased 62 years, a resident of Horton, and Jewett Haggart, a native of Scotland, aged 58 years, a resident of St. Paul, Kan. Herbert Weaver, a native of Michigan, aged 22 years, a resident of Los Angeles, and Purle Condit, a native of California, aged 18 years, a resident of Avalon.

Robert Thornton, a Native of New York, aged years, and Mrs. Sadie Parkesti a native of lowa, aged 27 years, both residents of Los Angeles. William Melville Taggart, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 30 years, and Florence Annetta Miller, a native of Illinois, aged 26 years, both residents of Los Angeles. J. T.

Williams, one of the constructing engineers of the Valley railway gives out the statement that his line will be completed to Bakersfield by March Ist, and will then be operated from Stockton to that point. SNOW! SNOW! SNOW! Mt. I.nirfl Hallway Excursions Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 12 and 13; from Los Angeles over entire line of Mt. Lowe railway and return.

Fnjoy the grandest combination on roses and oranges into snow in thirty minutes. Telephone main 960. Office, 214 South Spring street. As a measure of economy, the offices and yards of the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific at Doming have been consolidated. C.

B. Bosworth is the Joint local agent. Baggage Notice Brlght's Special Delivery cheeks baggage to all polnt3. One trunk, 35c; round trip. 50c.

404 8. Broadway, chamber commerce building Brown's Hot Air Furnace Fits the climate and pocketbook. Heating houses, halKetc, a specialty. IBS E. Fourth.

ALL SORTS OF WEATHER BAIN, SNOW AND SLEET ALONG THE BAIL WAYS Snowball Paperweight for Superintendent Inspect Randsburg Road When Superintendent J. A. Muir returned to his Office at the Arcade depot after lunch yesterday he found a snowball on his desk, acting as a paper weight on a telegram from his agent at El CaSCO announcing that there was five inches of snow at that place. The snowball had been brought In by a brakeman on one of the trains from San Bernardino, where an inch had fallen. At Rlversidt there was also an inch of the beautiful, while out on the desert from El Casco east, at such usually torrid places Beaumont, Banning and Cabazon, there were from five to five and one-half inches of snow.

At Cabazon there wa: sleet, just the same in quality as can be found any day in the Klondike, and away out at Salton, where rain is as unheard of as diamonds, there was live-hundredths of an Inch of downfall According to the Southern Pacific agents' reports the storm was a very satisfactory one as regards the rainfall. In this city the fall was .56 of an inch, making :i.20 for the season, which is not so bad as it might have been, and by no means Indicates a dry year. At othei neighboring places the fall was as follows: Redlands. Crafton, Colton. Ontario.

Pomona, Covina. Lordsburg, snow; San Gabriel, Pasadena, Santa Ann. Anaheim Buena Park, Whittier, Sant.i Port Los Angeles, San Pedro, Palm Springs, .55. All of which shows that there Is plenty of weather left in this part of the world, with indications that there will be more of It in twenty-four hours. NABOBS AT RANDSBURG An imposing looking train of special ears left La Grande station yesterday morning, there being four private coaches loaded down with railway heavyweights in all senses of the term.

First came General Manager Van Ktten's car of the New York Central road; then followed the traveling palace of President J. N. Beckley of the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo railway, which carried Its owner, who is the principal owner of the Randsburg road, and Vice President A. A. Smith, secretary A.

A. Dougherty. General Manager Nevln of the Santa Fe was along in his coach with General Freight Agent Ed Chambers and General Passenger Agent Byrne and General Superintendent Wells of the saneline hitched on his car. The party will make a thorough inspection of the country through which the little line passes, and will arrange all the details of the division of charges from freight and passenger business. One effect of the opening of the line for regular business has already been an increase in the passenger rate charged from this city to Randsburg.

When the construction train was the only means of transportation the rate from here was $6.75, but yesterday this was raised to $7.80. NOTES AND PERSONALS John L. Andrews, who was formerly foreman of the car repairing shops of the Santa Fe company at Albuquerque, has arrived at San Bernardino, where he will take the same position in the shops there. The shops will, as announced in The Herald last week, be greatly enlarged. George Garrett, father of the wellknown printer, George Garrett of "San Diego, is the oldest locomotive engineer in the United States.

He is 78 years of age and for fifty-eight of them has been running engines. He is now on the Union Pacific running out of Laramie. JOTTINGS Our Home Brew Maier Zobelein's lager, fresh brewery, on draucht In all the principal saloons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, 410 Aliso street; telephone 91. Hawley, King cor.

Fifth st. and Broadway, agents genuine Columbus Buggy company buggies and Victor bicycles. Largest variety Concord business wagons and top delivery wagons. Hawley, King Co. Everything on wheels.

Hawley, King corner Fifth street and Broadway. Agents Victor, Keatlng.World and March teyeles. Hawley. King Co. DEATHS 14K, South Hope street, January 10, IS9B, General Benjamin C.

Lud- low. Funeral will be held at Christ church, corner Flower and Pico streets, at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Comrades of Stanton post.

G. A. and all other comrades requested I to attend. Garvanza. Jan.

10, 1597, William Scott Uaird, a native of Michigan, aged 31 years. Funeral services at 10 a. Wednesday, Jan. 12th, at 1011 West Twenty-third street. Friends invited.

Awarded Highest Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. BAKING mm A Pure flrape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Ihe Royal la the highest grade baking powd kaowa. Actual teata abow It goes onethird farther than aay other brand, mi POWDER Absolutely Pure BOYAL fMKlwa POWPEft NEW YORK. A Dr.WHITE Mtot 128 N.

Main Street Private Diseases MEN ONLY Established Twenty Years I Carnival 1 0 OF I Bargains 1 That is what our GRAND FINAL MARK-DOWN SALE TO WIND UP OUR LOS ANGELES BUSINESS is proving to the purchasing public and their tremendous patronage is showing how thoroughly they realize the UNPRECEDENTED MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES AFFORDED. Those requiring Dry Goods of any description should CALL AT ONCE as these bargains are not confined to any particular line, but are in every department, for EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH OF GOODS embraced in our magnificent and unequaled stock Si? has been subjected to such Sweeping and Unparalleled CUTS IN PRICES as to make them VALUES THAT ARE AB- SOLUTELY RESISTLESS. 0 UN -of cur patrons having book accounts are urgently requested to call at once and settle their balances. No samples given during this sale and no goods exchanged STORE TO LET FIXTURES FOR SALE I VJ I Preserved Fish Our stocks of Preserved Fish offer a world of timely suggestions for table changes. Anchovies, Bloaters, nY, (Jjfs Brook Trout, Caviar, Clams, Crabs, Eels, Finnan Had- dies, Lobsters, Mackerel, Oysters, Salmon, Sardines, Shrimps, Sturgeon, Codfish, Terrapin, in tin, itt: glass, smoked, salted and dried.

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3d Main Los Angelss.Oal. S. P. Wellington Coal $10.50 Per Ton Delivered to any part ol the city. Be certain ol getting tha getting the genuine erllole mixed with Inferior It last, longer and saves money.

222 SOUTH SPRING STREET. Banning Company Summer Holds Full Sway" Santa Catalina Island Three and ene-half hour, from Lo. revealing ihe wonders of oo ea cnl arKed. Open all the year. Round-trip service dallj HotSl Metropole-Remodeled and a a Mi Los Angeles, lor Sat, Pedro 9 a.m.

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