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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TnTTRSDAY MOBNINGr, JUNE 6, 1901
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I The Arizona Kepublicafl
O. W. VICKEItS General Manager
S." M. McCOWAN Managing Editor
HARVEY J. LRR.... Business Manager
J. W. SPBAR Associate Ktlltor
The irizona Publishing Company
Exclusive Morning Associated Press
The only Perfecting Press In Arizona.
The only battery of Linotypes In Ari
zona, Publication office: 36-3S East Adams
street. t Telephone No. 471.
Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix,
Arizona, as mall matter of the second
ny mall, dally, one year J9.00
Weekly, one year 2.00
Cash In advance.
Dally, pr month t .75
flovamor NO Murphy
Territorial Secretary 0 II Aker
Territorial Treaaurer T W Pemberton
Territorial Auditor O W Vlckera
8upt. of Public Iuitructlon It I, 1 org
K KBIoan.Oeorga 11 Davis, Fletcher M Doan
Attorney Oeneral F Alnsworth
PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Jl'NE C. 1901.
Representatives of the Los Angeles
Times are In Arizona with propositions
of the write-up variety.
SILVER The Times Is a gold-
AND bug- corporation-collared
BUSINESS, sheet, nml Is no friend
of Arizona nnd her free
silver population. If Arlzonlans have
'any money to pay for write-ups, home
papers are the proper channels fjr
them. Piescott. Courier.
AV have heard this sentiment be
fore, on the streets of Phoenix, whila
an application by the boaid of trade to
the board of supervisors for an appro
priation of J300 to pay for a write-up
of the Salt River valley in the Times,
was pendlng.'It swmed so puerile then
that we declined to take cognizance of
it. Its reiteration, however. In the
columns of the Courier, whose editor
has the reputation of being n success
ful and level-headed business man,
brings the matter regularly Into court.
Speaking first of "gold bug papers."
we do not know of any, or of any dis
tinctly other kind, except the Courier
and Our Mineral Wealth, whose edi-
It Is hardly worth while to use the
case gf Edward Butt. Jr., to point a
moral. Sin and failure,
THE CASE- have been held up fronj
OF EDWARD the earliest times r.s
BUTT, JR. things to be avoide'd,
but examples have been
powerless to deter those who follow.
Men sa'dom rush point-blank In'to
crime. The approach is devious, and
the crlmo Itself is always found Just
around a sharp curve where most rail
way collisions occur. Not many people
in Phoenix will believe that the young
man convicted of embezzlement last
night was at heart a criminal. When
he converted to his own use the first
dol'ar of the money of the grand lodga
Knights of Pythias entrusted to his
care he. without doubt Intended to re
store It, and -we believe he followed
that fatuous Intention up to the lm
when he was arrested fqr the wrongful
conversion. A Jury has found that
within the law, whatever may have
been In the defendant's heart, there
was "Intent," and he has been ad
As we have said, this young man
was without criminal Instincts and
was without criminal associates,
though some of them were reckless,
and even extremely dangerous for a
man of the defendant's temperament.
None of his associates In precisely the
same circumstances, would have falcn.
He was merely unable to maintain the
pace and keep his feet.
In the course of the argument of an
attorney for the defenf-e yesterday
afternoon the complaining witness, the
highest officer of the grand lodge,
came In for criticism on account of his
vigorous prosecution of the case. It
was ehargsd that .ho had departed from
that fraternal principle on which his
order was founded. We think this
criticism was misplaced. It Is not the
part of any well-ordered secret society
to shield Us members In a crime
ngalnst the law, though It Is the plain
duty of members to give ach other
proper protection. Many Individual
lodges of various secret societies have,
contrary to the principles of their
order stood between members and an
outraged law. These Isolated cases
have weakened thevorders and have
done much to array public opinion
ngalnst the whole secret society sys
tem. The prosecution In the case Just
tried, we believe, has been conducted
with a feeling of sorrow for the de
fendant, rather than In a spirit of
resentment ngalnst him. It may bs
said It was done "for the good of the
order." The defendant's brethren as
well as the general public wouud have
I WHAT OTHERS THINK
THAT THREATENED COALITION.
The European Journals which are still
advocating an tintl-Amerlcan league do
not get any nearer to a program for
the Institution of such a compact. What
they wish Is . zollvereln, of course
a customs league which shall set
asreinst our fiscal policy one definitely
designed to combat It. The difficulties
which have rometlmes been discovered,
In making up a tariff, In reconciling the
interests of different sections of this
American union, would Instantly de
velop In an nttrmpted European zoll
vereln. If Europe must "succumb," as
a Vienna Journal now declares It must,
unless It forms n real antl-Amerlcan
league, It is to be feared that It will
have to succumb. And' yet every year
brings new demonstration of the Im
mense benefit that America has been
to the people of the whole world. New
York Mall and Express.
DATE OF INAUGURATIONS.
Washington was first Inaugurated as
president on April 30, and the proposal
to change the date of Inaugurations to
that day I? supported by plausible con
siderations The Iniugurntlon must be
held In the open air, both because cus
tom demands that procedure and be
cause the vast throngs whlfh always
gather to witness It cannot be accom
modated in any hall. Washington
weather Is apt to be disagreeable on
March 4, nnd even when the mm shines
It U almost ulwayn too cold for stand
ing In the open air, while on Apill SO
the weather Is likely to bu more set
tled nnd the air Is sure to be warmer.
SCIENCE AND FICTION.
Jules Verne, now long imst. his sev
entieth year, has begun his ninety
ninth story. Since he commenced writ
ing, some of hia most murvelous talen
have been proved to be only prophecies.
For Instance, we have submarine boats
almost as wonderful as Captain Nemo's
craft, and' the Journey nroirml the
Wbrld has been accomplished In mush
less time than that required by the
mythical Fogg. If M. Verne wls.hes to
write a novel of adventure r.o improb
able that science will not cutch up with
It for a long time to come, he will have
tp tax his powers of Ingenuity to the
utmost: provided that at the same time,
as In his earlier stories, he surrounds It
with the -pe-eious atmosphere that Im
parts one of the chief charm to his
narratives. Providence Journal.
DENTISTRY PET TO MUSIC.
Rag-time music will take n new lease
of life If the rece-nt discovery of o. Paris
dentist Is true. When he puts the pa
tient under the Influence of ga, he con
nects his ears at the pame time with
n phonograph discoursing lively mu(4c.
This effects his psychic centers so com
pletely that In trying to find out Just
where the syncopations come In he for
gets the other delusions of the gas nnd
the tooth Is gently releai?d from It
The board of trade committee an- ! ,e"1'n of clny without any struggle
pointed some time ago to solicit a Jl ZZlZTll; T"6 ,,d ha
equla.ent In cash, for the encourngs- as an agency In the use of nn-iP.
that they knew nil along they had been ment of a bm 3Ufrar plant ln thls val" '"" ""J thus avoiding the exeep -Ive
icy. win enier upon lis nnai worK to- "wnwmun oi etner. AllnnenpollM
Hotel SAVDY I
LOS ANGELES, CAL. j
RATES: 11.21 lo$3 (0 per day. Latter with
private butlm. Rooms fuo up.
'Ilio most iioputirhiiuio lu Los AnKplen for
Arizona people. Han Juat added a third atory
and now contains 17fl rnomi, all newly fur
ulilied, with running water and cievator.
Thirty puttee with private batln.
Free Bus To'and From AH Trains.
' Bi'cond and Third Floors.
I'lio.sn PETER 6731 w
4th and Ilroadn-ar, OvtT Broadway Dept. Btorc
.Newiy jrurnianea Koomi.
,00 a day. Special Rates by week or month
M. CUYAS, Manager.
, : TELEPHONE RED SS.11 : :
1211 Rooms: 40 beautiful suites
with private oaths; electric lights
Hot and coM water throughout.
A first-class European Hotel.
SATES. SOo A DAY AND TJP.
JOfi S. Hill Street, Corner Kourth,
Los Anaeles, Col
X. E. COKSER
Enhance, 350 S
Furnlhed new throughout; new manazemeut; free
baths; lint and. cold water; electric Hshs; cars to all
points Convenient to restaurants and all places of In
terest. Rooms tl.fi) to tMO per week.
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN, Prop.
tnra ami thav Vinvo oivnrn linnn ihf
altar eternal enmity to gold. There ' been KlaA l( ne couIt, have found some
Jlt'Aniia nt eannna
mav be others, but thev are slnclnc ""' " .o.i.
low. The day after November t of lasl
year those leading lights of silver, the
New York Journal and the San Fran
cisco Examiner, Indlgnnnt'y repudiated
the silver Idea, and nil but admitted
participants In a foolish nnd forlorn
hope. Nobody Is for sliver; nobody !
blatantly for gold, but everybody Is
for honest money. The people "consti
tuting the gieat court of arbitration,
have decided that silver cannot be
made honest money.
All this, however, has nothing to do
with the Courier's objection to the
proposed plan of advertising the terri
tory. People do not engage ln adver
tising for the mere purpose of spend
ing money which they do not know
how they can otherwise spend, or for
the purpose of giving expression to a
sentiment. The great object of adver
tising Is results, and the advertisement
Is usually placed where It will do the
most good. If through the agency of
the special edition of the Times the
story of Arizona can be brought to the
notice of ten, or say even four more
peopte than would see It If It were
printed In the Courier or Our Mineral
Wealth, a good buslners man, though
a sllverlte, would order it printed' in
day. It was intended that BOO acres
hould be contributed ln the city and
1,600 acres In -the country. About half
this amount has now been subscribed.
The last half, as Is always the cuss,
will be the hardest to get. This Is an
enterprise ln which there Is no risk.
If It succeed, the contributors will be
repaid many times over. If It fall,
they will get their subscriptions back.
Scottish noblMty hints to Mr. Carne
gie that the sons and dukes and earls
will hardly care to attend colleges
where people who cannot afford to pay
are being educated. Scottish nobility
should think again. It Is really not
good Torm to wear the price tag on
Does not make the man. " The blood is
the life." the vital force of the body. So
It not infrequently happens that the man
who looks to be a picture of physical
strength falls a sudden victim to disease.
!A proper care for
khe blood would
'prevent many a
The cleansing of
,the blood is per
ed by the use of
Dr. Tierce's Gold
en Medical Discov
ery. It drives out
the impurities and
stances which cor
rupt the blood and
breed disease. It
ilncreascs the ac
tivity of the blood
n a k i n g glands,
and so increases
the 9upply of pure
Wood. It builds
up the entire body
with good sound
There is no al
cohol in "Golden
ery" and it is en
tirely free from opium, cocaine and all
The dealer who offers a substitute for
the "Discovery" does so to gain the lit
tle more profit paid by inferior medi
cines. There is nothing "just as good "
for the blood as "Golden Medical Dis
covery" therefore accept no substitute.
I took five titles of ' Golden Medical Dlcov
ery'formyblooJ,"wtltM Mr. William D.Shamb.
Ilea, of Reitiy, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory,
i"! had 'rlntf worms' on mc and I would burn
Ithem off and they would come right back, and
they were on me when I commenced usinc Gold
en MeJIcjl Discovery,' and they went away and
I haven't been bothered any more."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation.
King Humbert's assassin committed
suicide after eight months' Imprison
ment. It Is possible that he leached
his end even more speedily than he
would have done under the ordinary
processes of trial with a view to cap
Minister Wu sas that In China the
masses honor public men a great deal
more than 'they do In this country.
And yet the Chinese official Is repre
sented as squeezing the life out of the
taxpayer every chance he gets.
J. Sterilng Morton thinks a new po
litical party Is needed. This is a free
country, and there Is no reason why
"Mortonlsm" should not secure a
casual mention among Its fleeting fads.
Owing to a failure to keep staff cor
respondents on the Constitution's
trail, some of the New York newspa
pers are still In more or less doubt as
to whether it follows the (lag or not.
THH AMERICAN GIRT,.
The charge made by a Chicago pro
fessor ngalnst the American girl that
she takes all from father or brother,
giving nothing In return. Is likely to
meet with some contradiction. The
man of learning either forgets or never
knew what a wealth of brightness nnd
cheer tho American girl dispensed on
her way through life, how her sym
pathy and help Is sto often above any
price. The Inference to be drawn from
the professor's remarks is that either
he Is entirely Ignorant of women nnd
their ways or he is suffering from a dis
appointment in love or Indlgestfon.
Ualtimore American. .
WHY WALL STREET IS QUnOT.
Roportr. from New York are to the
effect that outsiders are not doing
much in Wall street Just now. It Is
merely a case of ''If you haven't any
money you needn't come around."
Hotel Brunswick Sssss
First-clast Family Hotel, choice local
ity; newly refitted.
Large Bunny room?; terms reiiBonnble Special
prices by the week. fl. p, Mansfield, PfOp,
WITH PURE MOUNTAIN WATER AlJ
SANTA GATALINA ISLANDS
Dozens of swift power launches
I'nder condition1) prevailing Iaet year,
for Ashing and excursions. Tuna Club tournament now on. Our Marin
Band, including Chas. Streeper of St. Louis, cornetlst, and other soloists oi
national reputation. The best golf links. The aquarium, containing hun
dreds of living wonders of the deep. Boating and 'bathing over Nature's mostj
wonderful marine gardens as seen at great depth through smooth, trans
parent waters. Cataiina oirers attractions not possible at other resorts,
Dally steamer service. Hotel Metropole always open. Take Southern Pa-I
clfic or Salt Lake Route trains leaving Los Angeles dally at 9:05 and 8:5a
a. m. respectively. Fare, round trip from Los Angeles, excursion, J2.C0: reg.
ular, $2.75. Banning Co., 222 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. Phone Main 36.
Carl be permanently cured by DR. FRANKLIN
& CO. Our cure is a rereut discovery bv Dr
Franklin, and is a permanent, painless, safe and
quick method ro knife, no injections and no de
tention from business. Treatment bv mail. Cor-
V retpondence solicited.
DR. FRANKLIN & CO.,
Los Angeles, Calj
228 So. Serin r
Elegant suites with private baths.
Up-to-date in every particular.
HAMILTON JOHNSON, Prop.
Northeait Corner Snvonth and Olive St
LOS ANQELEH, OAL.
Comer Main nnd Second streets, Los Angeles California.
c.ni.kni'tu.n, timriunr nn tnlti. Central location Modern ronvn
ltfiiica YmTili'nt in remitmanu, thrati-ra aril ponoffice. fclcctrle tar to ail pur of the
city lass the door. Knirauce 103 Eat 8 concl Street
Overwork kills fewer men than ex
nivcr beds are supplied with springs
and sheets of water.
The man who hates another has an
ingrowing grudge against himself.
Don't think because a man has one
glass eye that he only gets half enougTi
Tho owners of automobiles In Ohio
constitute a new force 'in the good
roads movement. There Is a plan un
der way for the building of a lioulevard
from one end of the rtate to the other,
touching the cities and largest towns.
HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE.
The bct appointed Hotel at reasonable prlcm
In I.os ADgcler, California, ululate! on Main
Street, directly oppoit ibe U. 8. Postofflce.
E.erv modern convenience: new and clean:
tuperlor arcommodDtlona for 250 guest. Kates.
American plan. ?2.C0 per day and up. Kuropean
elucttlt cars or omnibus at depot dnectto H"sslyn Hotel
plan, 75c perday and up
Hntclal ratea to families nrntsia remtnlne a week or more, lake
konk welter Kropa,
THE BROWNSBERGER HOfllE SCHOOL
OF SHOR'HAND AND TYPEWRITING, Loa Argal-, California.
LoiatPd on Its beautiful property, JKJ 9.iS W. Seventh "t. Beyond the confusion and temt'U'
nous witwumu Mice 1. jci hi urn mi j waiaing alliance; easy acccn to all car lints; txten
nlve grounds, beautiful Jlotrcrii nnd (trand trees A tyt-ical, tnodtrn, refined homo combine:
w 1111 111c luuii iu"iuuku i unutPN iraiuiug.
Three experienced teacher and two paid dictators. ThU school own a lareer numhr r c
m.chlues tnan n nther school lu th state. Kvery pupil furnished one at htalinme or rootd
free of cbaiKC. OIIlcc tialniog dnlly under a special teacher. Speed ork under a special
penmanshlpillbiiHudPi3 In the rourse after September 1. Bookkteping for those who de
A Special 810 Courae of Fix Weeks Will Ba Offered.
Evening school all iiimmer under experienced teschers. Large, handiome catalogue free,
THE HAND OF DESTINY
Look at the lines of
yur band. They
uieaa mucn n you,
anI Mrs. Cass, the lady who has read successfully the hands of Ameri
ca i leading people and K'irops'a royally, will translate those lines ac
curately. If unable to eu, snd a rleor Impression of the hand made
Willi nrm'er's Ink. which will enabla lier 1n air rnrrm-t n.iiiii., . .
i leri-ounl call would Insure. Prices moderate; best city references.
Mrs. Kathryn Case.
Second and Broadway, LOS ANGELES. OAL
WHILE IN THE CITY
, f y J
Ynu should not fif
to visit ns ant alt fori
some of the lAtesd
stei engraving fortraits made only
and first Introduced by this Studloj
Worldwide reputation lor high grade
worn. .iiLMiii wru irom I'aru a:
Call and Be uresojie of thoie latist style rlctures-
sltltri, World's Klr, and first prhel
cold meuai at Midwinter Fair, San
i rnuci' 11, ioi4.
STtlDlO. lu7 N. Spring 8t Los Angeles
J- F. E. HENTZ, Proprietor.
330 S. HILL ST. (Between 3rd and tth)
' A FAVORITE PLACE FOB AHIZONIANS.
ftnn.ink frnm uhnt.i.l nir , 1'iii.T. Under new management: throuehlv reno a ted. well con
ducted, KMoct Family and Transient Htl at moderate prlc.'s. lltoms large, tool and finely
furnlnhed Kxccllent popular pr'ced CKle conoectea.
Lot anoilek, Cal., Cor. Spring and Third Sts.
Coolest House; lowest summer rates.
i, MoBt Central Location.
F. B. MALLORY, Prop
'ia Ilecon Street, Ixi Angeles, Cal. Is lUllghtlulU sit
uated in the finest residence portion of the city, near
Wesilako P. rk. Large, cool porches rooms bandomely
nndtiewly furnished. Strictly Hist class. Hates reason,
able. MRS. 8. L BO WEB, Prop
First and Spring Streets.,
: : LOS ANGELES. : :
Allien S: ThompHon, Propa,
Thtre Is no excuse for entertaining
Ill-feeling toward the wan who holds
views contrary to your own. Even
members of the supreme court write
A hammer thrown In Merldcn, Conn.,
broke the record and Incidentally
brained a spectator. It Is plain that
the Innocent bystander had no show
Pennsylvania Is trying to devise
some plan to keep out tramps. Kansas
and the Salt Itlver valley have no
dllllculty. It offers them work.
A Springfield (Mass.) publishing com
pany whose 'business Is so large that It
furnishes more." mall matter than nil the
rest of the city put together, wap re
cently awarded th four years' carry
ing contrnot for the mall to and from
the postofllce nnd the railroad depot,
feveral automoblle.t are now being
built to do the work.
Now In the time to provide yourself
and family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itemedy. It Is almoet certain to be
needed before the summer Is over, and
if procured now may 6ave you a trip
to town in the night or in you busiest
season. It is everywhere admitted to
be the most succssful medicine- in uso
for bowel complaints both for children
and adults. No family can afford to
be without It. For pale by Elvey &
rriTTTI nm TIT HITA Kreo bus from all train? to Hotel New management;
'I'U L v'l' Li I IVI I I renovated throughout. All cars pa lintel. Hooms
I rl Pi ill fi I J III 1 I M routs to II.00 per day: spclal rules by week. 343N.
1111J Uli ULIIIIV mum. A . EICHENHOFER, Prop.
Bellevue Terrace Hotel CoTllSi?roa
Best appointed family hotel; $30 per month up. Telophone Main 44C.
r-i it T"i i N s X-t ' ' 8?1'4 So. rtrnadway I'lea'ant rooms, tingle or
1 JTlXll V ;--tTSKZD enmlte. Rate Reasonable
TUC A I M nU A lA K9K South Droadway CKNTKAL LOCATION. Rooms
I n i vvmuiiniu jorti
transients and permanent guests.
r A I I C A D M I A UnTCI Second and Hill Sts. Select Family Hotel.
UALlr UnlNIH nUICL Itates reasonable. TliO'. I'ascok, Proprietor.
US South Hroaoway. MRS A. M. OARbH, I'Ror Suites with
private. balhs" Public baths tree.
HEo-'vT'leirici c5c Go.
Ull S. Main Street, Los Anele, Cal.
DDH'T FORGET !
Chops, etc., call on .Lj X.
known Cafe on the Pacific Coast.
"While on your visit to
Los Angeles for the best!
Fish. Oysters Steaks
iBVV'S. the best
111 W. Third St.
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases.
Send for new Catalogue.
n n uiuiTucv o. cnnc ' oo-ob
Ui Ui linilULI Ob OUHOi S.HprlngStreet.
RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED DRUGGISTS.
( 1 T . j T T-- t if 2JI So. Broadway. oppolteCltv Hall.
' JrJmm v- v ' -- v v. ....Manufacturrrs ot Lxrx' CjiLiroRNU
I'kiii'xn, mwiiN hran. .Man oruers a pcciajty.
OPTIOIST AND PK ACTIO AL OPTIOIAN.
Eyes tested on premises and prescriptions filled
day ordered. Tel M 1012. las South Spring Street.
ACME FEATHER WORKS K JSSaSS. "3Bo
T1SFP.TTR A rrO!ft and Poultry Bu. plies, oi all kinds. Hend'fofcatalogue
X 1 y U I A V. J0 HENBV ALBERS. 31S South Main Street.
A AIMTF R UV Centipedes nnd Horned Toads, 5c. 8. MEHKSY, Jr., Taxidermy
vcst.;Tr.;,er HoteU.o, Axle's? Ca,.!,8,0re' FUrtb RDdil,ln SU- PI0,lt,i Van K'
HOT WEATHER LINEN f&tf&X&g"""- Kubcoi
WINDSOR COLLAR CO., HIS. Btoadway. Los Angeles, Cal
H0S'8.SprlnirSt.,FancvArt, side and knife plaltinr.
pbouo JIain 307, Lob Angeles, Cal
Tii c PUCCTPO Modern and flrM-clnss; free baths; convenient to Res
nt On C.O I C,ra taurants. -131 South BprinB Street.
Third, and Main Streets, neutrally located European plan; prl'
vate baths; rates reasonable. (J,M QKaY, Proprietor.
mlCCCAMlUC lOB'j South Ilroadnay. New house, new furniture. Modern and flrst
jLOOArillllL cIiik. Good bed-, a specialty. Hot Hatha free.
ESTATE OF SUSAN II. VAN NOItT
(formerly Nlles, and Itob-rUn, deceased)
Information wanted of Charles Fer
rero Irwin Nlles, who If Jiving would
he about 38 years of age; worked In
Schnectaday, N. Y.. about 1800: nuhso.
quently wept tQ Los Ani;ele9 nnd Pac- ' geles, qallfornla. Kfcommendatlons of
ramento, California. AVlllIam M. Hoes, tome of our most eminent nhvslelans.
Public Admlnis.tralor, administrator of All letters cheerfully and confidentially I
Inveatlpato my marvelous method for
the painless lomovnl of deep wrinkles,
smallpox pitting, moles and all formn
of facial blemishes, leaving no irace of
their former exls'tence; lining out sunk
en cheekn and restoring- the youthful
contour of tho hole fnee. The.e re
sults are obtained ln one week. M.
ELLA HAKUIS, dermatologist and
chemist, 31f! South llroadway, Los An-
fauran II. van Nort, No.
street, New York City.
A PLEASANT HOME-
Durlnir Bummer monllis ln Pasadena Tnllfor
nln Cllmatu unccivm ed. Course In Un
gunge, English, Arts and Jluflc. Address;
"Clasical School For Girls,'
151 S. Euclid Ave., Pasadena, Cal.
Manufacturers and Dealers of
TENTS, AWNINGS, OR K BAGS,
CAMP FURNITURE, KTO.
Rellnble Dculinp; Clunranlced
I 401 S. Main Street. I.os Angfles, Cal.
the Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker,
Is now located at 3.?0 Wen rourth Street, between llroad-
"Myn""""'!jt8- Everything Strictly Flrst-Class,
The Very Latest and Mont Stylish ,
JI22 West 3rd Street.
Between Spring: and Broaiway.
To bo seen at LII33 A. CLARKE'S
LOS ANGBL'ES, CAL.
HOTEL BREWSTER Corner Fourth and C Sts.. San Diego.
per Day up.,
Room l connected with hotel. Special limes by the week.
u, Tho most elegantly furnished and equipped hotel In Southern Callfoi-
, -Tf. ma. j.icvaior, puDiic ana private bath tfoms. Klne large sample
rooms for en mmpwfal fMi..... ir -hi-i ..... ... ..?....'..
ncca. rishcr , or iin, .-.li;',. :.. "'..' ""I L"."",'r.r ''.." "v'
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The Albatross Inn.
O. B. DAOOETT, Prop.
Best location ln San Diego. Kooms
suits and cottages. The table our
speclnlty. Write for circular and
r,rst cIbm I'lirnished Rooms. Rates Reasonable
Transient PatronRgo Solicited. Centrally Located
Rooms Cool and Pleasant. J. H. Simpson, Mgr
1053 FIFTH ST., BETWEEN C AND D
Kuropean Plan. Rooms Mle. T5c. Ii.oo ncl ti an. itkI,i
rates by week or month for summer. Tree 'bus to and
miiei. Large well uglitf a reading room and parlor
New Management. P. T . barlOW, Prop.
THE GR SWfl (1 I,J'1 Vi"'1 B,:.ft beautiful place, flnc 3 story brick; bay windows on
sJ 'Vhl , i. i HLU tlireoeliWa, aiiltei, sliding doors, running water, and thoroughly modern
Seetheplac before yo.i locate. Rates Mc to ?1.03; reduction by the week. Beo adv. In Paper
putontinlniitOccanslde. o E. POOR and WIFK, Props.
THE BLJRNAP ;r. Thinl and D sts. Centrally Locjited. Strictly Modern
Unl' M' and First Class. KATE3 R SEASONABLE
COLONIAL INN SHi6th, BQ hTb, large, pleasant rooms. Special summer rates
u '""" l' ODudlocailon; tine view; convcnTcnt-onu block from Klorencc.
the witherow FnrssrsssAs a
?oslte Hotel Arrailla
h housekeeping privileges
GUN HOLLY HOTEL AUrSSSiS "iSiSTS,
v-nicKen dinner our specialty
A 1TF TiAtinln f Isaa BKA..J l-u.
free, tallylio drives from 10 a. m. to 8 p.m. to canyons, etc'.
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