Newspaper Page Text
PASADENA IS CONSIDERING
Officers Take No Dacltive Action, but
Stockholders Vote in Favor of
.Selling the Plant to
114 East Colorado Mireet.
PASADENA. JanTll.— While it was
expected that the annual' meeting of
the ' Pasadena Lake Vineyard Land
and 1 Water company, would decide the
question as to whether the plant would
be sold to the city, this was not done,
instead, the directors for the coming
year were elected, and 'at their organ
ization. In about a week the whole mat
ter will be taken up for serious con
sideration after consultation • with nt
torneys. The directors are C. M. Par
ker, James Clarke, C. C. Brown, E. H.
Rice, Frank B. Stevens, John Allin and
W. R.,Staats. The offer of the city for
the Lake Vineyard plant Is $245,000. Of
the stockholders who have voted upon
the 'question 250 shares are voted for
selling and 144 against. At the meet
ing tonight the secretary reported the
earnings of the company the pnst yeur
aa $48,000, the greater part of which
had been at once put back Into the
Y. M. C. A. Active
That the local Y. M. C. A. is very ac
tive these days Is proved by the pro
gram for entertainments, banquets,
business meetings and other gatherings
of a religious nature, scheduled for the
coming week. Tonight the "squad
leaders" had a banquet at 6 o'clock, at
■which Coach Merrill of Occidental col
lege was the guest of honor. In the
hour following the principal after
dinner speaker was Merrill, who spoke
on "Modern Athletics" to the young
men who were deeply Interested in the
Next, Friday evening Dr. Charles A.
ISastman. a native Sioux Indian, is to
appear in the Y. M. C. A. star course
of 'lectures, telling the Jirilllng story
of' "The Little Big Horn." Dr. East
man is a graduate of Dartmouth col
lege and Rev. Stephen G. Emerson of
this city is a classmate of his. Dr.
Eastman will be a guest at the Emer
son home on Elm .avenue while in the
city. The two men have not seen each
other since their commencement day.
Shakespeare Club Matters
The second "Parsifal" afternoon, at
■which Miss Alice Coleman was to havo
given an Interpretation of "Parsifal"
in the form of a muslcale, was to have
been held this afternoon, but owing to
the ; ' heavy rain about i o'clock of
ficers of the club decided to postpone
it to a later date, as so many outside
the club wished to hear the musical
program. The date of the. recital it
as yet undecided, since there is a pos
sibility of the Spanish dances being
repeated at a matinee some Saturday
afternoon in the near future. •),>•'
On the' evening of Tuesday Burton
Holmes will give one of his celebrated
"travelogues" under the club's aus
pices at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium,
his subject being "Russia." The lec
ture will be illustrated with moving
pictures and many stereopticon views
of places and scenes of special Interest
Just now because of recent political
eyents of world-wide prominence.
•Next Saturday afternoon an exhibi
tion of "arts and crafts of women"
promisee to be of more than ordinary
Among the many interesting men
visiting Pasadena this winter is W.
It. * Rice, formerly governor under na
tive rule of the island of Kaui, who is
visiting relatives and friends in South
ern California. Just now he is with
his wife with Capt. "William Water
house of Bast Villa street an Lake
avenue, Mrs. Rice being a sister of Mr.
Waterhouse. . • -. '
Since the week before Christmas
Rev. Robert J. Burdette has been suf
fering more or less constantly from a
throat Irritation, which while not se
rious, demanded constant medical care.
Within the past few days the condi
tions have become more complicated,
and yesterday the prominent divine
■u'as ordered away from home for a
week for a complete rest.
!Late yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Bur
dette left for the mountains of San
Bernardino. They will be guests at the
Loma Linda near Bryn Maur.
James Russell Lowell was the subject
discussed by the Washington Heights
study circle yesterday at their meet-
There is a balance of uncollected city
taxes at the clone of business hours to
day of over $88,000. But one more week
Is given to pay In, and brisk work will
have to be done In the treasurer's of
fice next week if many Pasadena prop
erty owners are not to be delinquent.
.William H. Edwards died at his
home on Thornton avenue last night,
aged 49 years.
"Another chapter in the Woodbrldge-
Croom case was added yesterday when
A BKIVOP BBAUTV IS A JOY FOREVER.
DH. T. FELIX OODBAUD'S OUIENTAI,
4 3 ,o~ K*moveiTan,Plinplei,rrecile»
S<mSi i'. oUI '"awhei. Katb, and Skin
1 3 14 e^SL^ffl dtieMei, and atery Uen.'.ili
* 3**3 '"PirSi f/Sw**** detection. II
g c ah?) iwSr-zi ffl ll&ifoiM 1004 th * tni
?3"el' n -SI \&f f° nar"7aM w»
U S o \A rj CX tub) It to be iur«
eS^ J *^\^ 7t?\
y\ U] J Accept ao counter.
r*L r I '*' • I mlla 1
<^\. — JQ. *$rri\ \ ?•/'•' "^ ti »
1 Tparftt^^"^ [ \ Uay of the bmut-
/^S^P^jJ\L J'At you ladle j
IS /%^^S! X V&«— /will mm lh«m, I
I y■" 1 • «1 l^ reoommend
\*S \s* \\r^ 'Gouriud'i Ctiim'
M th« laaat harmful of all Ilia (kin preparation!."
ror tale by all I>ru«guu and F»uey Ooodi tiubti
J> the U. •', CanaWaad Europe. >-
km. T. IJOrMNt, fi.p't, V BiMt Jaui 6U, H..K,
Thejiest Friends of Pe-ru-na - Children
Peruna is not a physic, rvriinn in VJ* .'.yi " 1j- ■■'■ i ' *■■ ' " '' <- ' • ■- S/ f^W^SS^^ «H the time. Don't wait until, the
not a nervine nor a narcotic. Peruna * ' ■ ■ - ■ >„ | £&», /WmR child is sick then send to a drui store
does not produce the druK habit, how- Tk e Benefit Which the Children of the i ....... . . . . , ■ t f . / MSim cniia J» si< -K; tnen senai ° "• aru * "ore.
ever long It may be taken. Peruna Is '" C WnlCn tnC nmxm ol lnC MrB . Tnreßa Roo ke, 258 N. Ashland Aye., Chicago. 'lll.. Treasurer Ladies of || tMM tV^ JUii But haVe Per Una °" hand - a( - ce P t no
not a stimulant. United States Have Received From the Maccabees, writes: .., . . .-, •■_> |g|. - s ' ir MilfMf substltute<
Peruna | f , „ specific remody for all . . . .. Itl our home p erU na Is the only medicine we have. Grandmother.. ML^ ** *V »«BHiW| Children are especially liable to
catarrhal ailments of winter and sum- Pe-ru-na Can Never Be Put ; mother, father and child, all have used Peruna.- It is our great remedy for ili§&> '. . li^L^B ' ' ,„, 'I ill ' » .k.
'"xV acut f. or Tronic. , atarrh of the stomach and head, colds and female complaints of which it . llHWfe ,♦ . «^- acute catarrh Indeed, most of the
The mothers all over the United Into Words . nas cure( j me. • . ■ ■ • ■ ■ ■ affections of childhood are catarrh.
runa S ha a s re "^ b6Bt frlendB that Pc " The chronic ailments It • has pre- ' "We find It of great value when my .husband becomes worn out or Mr G H Farmer New Martins- AH forms of 80re throat ' aulnsy,
T . M " H, . D •v- k vented, the suffering it has mitigated, catches cold. A couple of doses cure him. vllle'w'va writes- ' -< croup, hoarseness, laryngitis, etc., are
me roomers noid Ke-ru-na in nigll will never be fully recorded. ■ "// 'he baby has colic, or any stomach disorders, a dose or „„' '„,''.„ M " rrv , a ■•„ ■ nrt but different phases of catarrh. >: ;M
Elt «m But at ,eaßt, eaBt thlg mucn can be sald (wo Jai cure her. ° up H " le BOn ' Ha "7; '" *«" a " d Mrs. Amelia Sailer. Menasha, Wls.. ,
Not only because it has cured them of that the coming generation owes a «I consider Peruna finer than any doctor's medicine that I '! TA \ ti v ht Wrlte9: ■&&£
ahva r ys a r scue! thTchlldren fmm^the debt to Peruna, for it is In the have ever tried, and / know that as long as we havalt In the a ° >O . U U *; W " 1 keeP hlB "I have used Peruna for a number of .
S and grasp of catarrhal 'diseases fender years of youth that slight all- house, we will all be able to keep In good health."-Thresa Rooke. health and «™ w 8tr ° n *' . years. It cured me of chronic catarrh
We have in our files bushels of tes- ments are liable to develop Into last- ' — — — — — — — —^— — — — — —^— — — J "We know that our little son's which I suffered, with from infancy.
haTbwVeu™edT^ lng dlseaße> thus Wastln * the whole No Doctor Required Pc-ru-na Contains No Narcotics "/* was saved by your wonderful "When my three children were born'
the large majority of mothers who use career of the individual. Edward Otto. 927 De Soto street, One reason why Peruna has found madieliu. Peruna. and we shall th^ a " ™ d cat " P ! 1 ' b " 1 l hav < L g '? n
Peruna we never hear from. The mothers who are bringing up » t p.T,, „." writes- permanent use In so many homes is always praise Peruna and use It them Peruna and find I very effective
But we do hear from a great number their children today to believe in Pc- St " P ' ■ ■" ? ' „ Tt f,!7^. . . homes is *,*;.. ,„»,„„ „«,„,/„,/ ln ridding them of this horrible trou-
of mothers who are so overjoyed at are doing a great work fir hu- "* cannOt Say cn ° Ugh £ ° r Peruna - Xt a ' "contains no narcotics of any In our family when needed. fele . ■ ,
frTm P?™na tf^t^c^f'T^f "««?. has done great work in my family, kind. Peruna is perfectly harmless. .. should we have any more catarrhal them a 8 a tonlo and a pPe ' entaUv J bf
the™ enSasm 1 TnTy are a nJfo'u." o These children brought up to bel.eve especially for my o.dest boy. We had It can be used any .ength of time trouble ,„ our famlly , we shall always coldg and collc .
share these benefits with other *" Peruna from the start, will, when doctored with three or four different | without acquiring a drug habit. Pc- wrlte t0 you for t reatment."-G. H. .„ ,_,., . - nn . ldt , r ' h ,
mothers. they become heads of families, them- doctors and they did not seem to do runa does not produce temporary re- TPnrmpr ■ ; ' t i\yl, , f-unsiaer iz a nouse*
Would Not Be Without Pcru-na ffi* USe Per Una W ' th vn * uestlonln * him any good. ; buH, It Is permanent In Us effect. hlS^^'^ihadiirJi^ui
Mrs. Anna McSweeney, 235 N Bth St ' " We save up hopes of cure> and so " has no bad effect u P° n the sys- Mr. Howard Andrew Sterner, Muddy / f . /am pleased to give It my rec
Kansas City. Kan., writes: Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire did they, but we. pulled him through t ern, and gradually eliminates catarrh Creek - Pa - writes: ommendatlon." — Jtmilla Sailer.
P;;Urin 3 trn oou0 ous a e nythlnKdC>WlthOUt Homdiold ° n ..fn U T d I doctor and removing the cause of catarrh. th ? t^and^won-t 'be w.^uTll At Address Dr. S. B. Hartman. Pres.-
"It is a safeguard against colds, for I As soon as the value of Peruna is thJ^tnlfth^ could do no more There are a multltude of homes ls ,good for the children when they dent of the Hartman Sanitarlmu..
have given It to my children and they appreciated by every household, both l ney ., a „* J-i.j »"„.-„«,« wher e Peruna has been used off and take a cold or croup. It cured my Columbus. Ohio, and he will be pleased
are in the best of health. as a preventive and cure, tens of for him, so we Mid Pirunaasa. twenty years baby boy of croup. ;:,: to give you the benefit of his valuable
"My little daughter, Catherine, the thousands of lives will be saved, and last resort, and that did the work. on r °r "^",; y^"' „„„,„,«, "I have Introduced Peruna into six 11,1 !T. !f
one you have been treating, has such hundreds of thousands of chronic, Since then we keep It In the house # Such a thing could not be possible famllles Blnce z recelved your , ast let . advice, free of coarge. -.
an appetite that I enjoy watching her lingering cases of catarrh will be pre- all the time, and no doctor Is re> " Peruna contained any drugs of a ter, and four have seen relief already." - Al ' correspondence held' strictly con--
eat." ; | vented. quired." — Edward Otto. narcotic nature. • —Howard Andrew Sterner. fidential.
the charge of battery was dismissed
against the former in Justice H. H.
B. H. Lowrey died in North Pasa
dena last, night aged 26 years. He is
survived, by a wife. Funeral arrange
ments await advice from eastern rela
Frederick E. Campbell, father of Dr.
George E. Campbell, died last night at
Long Beach after a brief illness, aged
PREPARE NEW PACKING PLANT
The Establishment to Be Placed on
"Lucky" Baldwin's Ranch
Special Cable- to Tba Herald.
ARCADIA. Jan. 21.— The machinery
for packing deciduous fruit is being re
moved from the old packing house to
"Lucky" Baldwin's new plant. French
prunes, pitted plums, apricots and
peaches w;ll be prepared for market in
cartons of various size for next sea
The ■ Baldwin people will also com
mence at an early date to put up a
brand of. drangvj marmalade: The con
cern shipped six cars of oranges this
Arcadia Eagles who attended the
meeting of the Paadena aerie Thurs
day evening were: A. D. Bowman, J.
W, Newman, O. C. Berdls and Capt.
Jeffries. J. W. Newman became an
Eagle at this meeting and his Initiation
was one of the features of the affair.
Mrs. R. J. Stillwell is entertaining
Mrs. R. D. Givens of Las Vegas, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dennis of LO3
Angeles were visitors of Mrs. W. A.
Clark and Robert McPheraon on Thurs
day. ./ v.-
COMPANY ISSUES BONDS
Stockholders of Home Telephone to
; Complete System at Santa Monica
; t-|)eclal to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, Jan. 21.— Margaret
Jucoby, a woman about 50 years of
uge, was found dead this morning in
the hovel where she lived In. an alley
near Utah avenue and Third streets.
Of her life little in known aa she ha»
only lived here about eight months.
Her daughter, Alice Foster, who lives
in Los Angeles, will come and take
charge of her mother's effects.
The stockholders of the Home Tele
phone company has authorized the
Issue of $150,000 worth of bonds at 0
The money will be used to complete
the system being constructed here to
Include Bantu Monica and Ocean Park.
Rev. J. M. Handly and Rev. M. P.
Smith, Paullat fathers of San Fran-
Cisco, arrived here this morning and
will begin a mission tomorrow morning.
The steamer Roanoke Is due to ar
rive here Monday with a cargo of 1700
tons of grain and 1,600.000 lath. The
steamer is engaged to ply regularly
between Puget sound and Southern
California and will enter Into competi
tion against the Pacific Coast Bteam-
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MOANING, JANUARY 22, 1905.
SAYS ALLIES OF SATAN
ARE IN LOS ANGELES
J. M, Marks, in Attacks on Rev. John
Bedient, Fills Mails With Letters
What are supposed to be vagaries of
a disordered mind In the shape of thou
sands of circulars attacking Rev. John
A. Bedient, residing at 1057 Jasmine
street, Los Angeles, and sent out by one
J. M. Marks of Minneapolis, Minn., are
now filling the Los Angeles malls.
Incidentally, Marks wants to know
in one of his circulars if the citizens of
Los Angeles are not also in league
with the devil. For the past four
years Marks has been insisting that
the Rev. Mr. Bedient is in league with
Satan but now the Minneapolis Sher
lock Holmes, who confines his effort?
to locating those with horns and
cloven feet, has almost come to the
conclusion that there are more Imps In
Los Angeles than he had at first
thought possible, and this, because of
the fact that an Angeleno stated In
print that Marks would probably be
locked up if he carried on his work in
Marks has attracted attention
throughout the country In his asser
tions spread broadcast by means of the
United States mails, that the body of
the Rev. Mr. Bedient 1b the abiding
place of Satan incarnate.
The circulars received by a number
of persons In Los Angeles yesterday
are of a nature similar to those hitherto
sent out from Minneapolis excepting
they are much stronger in language
and officers say they are of such a
nature as to be unfit to appear In print.
In spite of the literature which Marks
Is putting out, Rev. John Bedleut, min
ister of the Independent Congrega
tional church, full of the virtues of his
calling, continues to gather his little
flock around him and teach them in the
ways of righteousness. When seen by
a reporter yesterday he showed no
anger after reading the bunch of
Marks' circulars placed In his hands.
"I only pity him," he said.
WAR IN RUBBISH TRADE
Detective Smith and ex-Mayor Snyder
A war between the leading rubbish
contractors of Los Angeleis has been
declared and promises to make a cor
ner In the rubbish trade, which will aid
materially in. reducing the price of the
removal of dirt and paper from the
office buildings of Los Angeles.
The rubbish trade of Los Angeles has
been a trade for only a few weeks and
prior to that time was wholly con
trolled by two negroes who have
grown comparatively well off on the
proceeds derived from removing papers
and rubbleh from office buildings and
The first Indication of a rival in the
Held was when ex-Mayor Snyder an
nounced he was about to open a rub
bish business of bis own and was ready
to take orders. ■.
• The announcement of ' Mr." ' Snyder
was read with surprise and consterna
tion by Detective Bert Smith and a
conference was held between Mr. Sny
der and Smith which reßulted in a
stormy interview. Detective Smith
says he regards the action of Mr. Sny
der in starting a rubbish business as a
violation of confidence.
KNIGHTS OF KHORASSAN
HOLD THEIR HIGH JINKS
Members of Al Borak Temple Initiate
Victims Into Mysteries
of the Order
Members of the great tribe of AI
Borak temple, No. 75, Dramatic Order,
Knights of Khorassan, gathered ifi the
oasis last night for their annual high
Jinks, and. descendants of the great
prophet from all over the state were
there to share in the fun and see that
the tyros were initiated with all due
respect to their tender years.
The flaming red and yellow posters
which were Issued .promised that it
would be the greatest show on earth,
and from the standpoint of the votaries
who conducted the "tyros" over the
hot, dusty desert of California and into
the oasis of Los Angeles the sport was
even greater than anything which had
been anticipated. Instead of riding an
ordinary goat those who sought to
enter the realms of Khorassan were
compelled to find seats upon the backs
of camels, which persisted in unseating
them as soon as they had arrived at a
Staid business men donned the attire
of the Arab, and in flowing robes- of
many colors and headgear to match
they administered the rites which gave
to the ambitious the right to call them
All that was included in these rites
will never be known outside of the
order, and even the members were not
all aware of everything that happened.
Through the keyholes there were
glimpses of the mysteries, and It was
easily seen that from the first drop of
the flag until the last man had gon-*
under the wire there was 'fun' and
nothing but fun.
Included in the "things" that hap
pened was fancy riding, which would
have made the oldest bronco buster de
lirious; ball playing never seen by the
Pacific Coast league, songs by singers
who could not buy an encore, and
finally a 'prize fight of words which
made the whole audience wonder Just
how things were standing.
When everything which could happen
in the oasis had happened the whole
crowd made a rush for Biirbank hall,
where banquet tables were loaded down
with eatables which even the Arabs
did not disdain.
The procession to the hall was head
ed by a brass band..
It was almost 11 o'clock when the last
man had found hts seat at the banquet
table and history does not relate what
time he left,
A Ixiodon Judge learned tha other day that
policemen, with a black eye "felt a. delicacy"
about doing day duty, and. until tba *y*
cot well, alwayi did nlfht duty.
NEW CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE
Mercantile Institution Added to Los
A strictly high-class ladies' cloak
and suit house,, carrying everything
needed In women's wear, operated on
the plan of a modern department
store, will goon be established in Los
The new institution will be known
as the New ..York Cloak and Suit
House, . and ' will occupy the building
at present leased by the City of Lon
don on South Broadway.
It Is the Intention of the manage
ment to have each floor entirely dif
ferent In furnishings and appoint
ments from the others. The back
ground on one floor will be green, and
all the furnishings will be appro
priate and. harmonious with this color.
The background of another floor will
be blue; another white and a fourth
The first floor, will be devoted to
fancy goods of all descriptions. A
large stock of evening gowns, opera
wraps, cloaks, suits and skirts will
be shown on the second floor. On the
third floor will be the millinery de
partment. This floor will be fitted
up also as elaborate dressmaking
parlors. The art department will also
be found on the third floor. On the
fourth floor the cafe and restaurant
is to be found. The equipment Is to
be most luxurious. The cuisine and
service will be unsurpassed.
Mr. J. J. Haggarty, who has been
department manager and buyer for
Jacoby Bros, during the past three
and a half years, will have active
charge of the new store.
The temperance forces which have
been conducting meetings in the Wright
& Callendar hall every Sunday will
hold another meeting tomorrow at 3
o'clock, with Rev. Wiley J. Phillips
In the chair. ;■,• i'V.
HE FOUND IT
Just as Recommended
"I bought a fifty-cent package of
Pyramid Pile Cure from my druggist
and have used two dollar packages
since. I find them Just as you recom-
mended them to be. I have not felt
the least sign of piles since using your
remedy three months ago. If you want
to use my name you may do so, as I
feel like a new man. I now have no
trouble with the dreadful, aggravated
1 "1 meant to write you sooner, but
thought I would wait until I was
cured. I thank you for your wonder-
ful Pile Cure. 1 was a great sufferer
from piles. 1 " Fred Deerr. R. F. V. i,
New Brunswick, N. J.
Seldom, - If ever, is there any doubt
about the effect produced by the use
of Pyramid Pile Cure, as is shown by
the experience given above. The pro-
prietors of this remedy have thousands
of similar letters on file, and surely
no better proof of the merit of the
preparation could be aeked; when it is
borne in - mind that these letters are
wholly unsolicited, there 'Is certainly
cause for pride ln the remedy.
. Pyramid Pile Cure Is sold by drug-
gists for fifty cent* a package, and If
yours hasn't it, he will get it . for you
If asked to do so. Accept no substi-
tutes and remember there is no other
remedy "just as good." Everyone is.
urged to write Pyramid Drug Co., Mar '
•hall, Mich., for their little book de-
scribing tl)e causes and cure of, piles,
as It ■ affords ■ much , useful Information
Sania Caiaiina 'Ssiand
STEAMER HERMOSA MAKES DAILY TRIPS, connecting with the Salt.
Lake 8:50 a. m. and Southern Pacific 9:05 a. m. trains from Los Angeles.. Round
trip fare $2.75; good for sixty" days. Marine Gardens and Aquarium. Special"
boat Saturday connecting with trains leaving Los Angeles at 5 p. m. " "
HOTEL METROPOLE NOW OPEN. ' I
BANNING COMPANY. Both 'phones 36. 593 Huntlngton Building:
Cawsion Osirtch .Jftarm, 2SO Giganuc bjFo>
TAKE PABADSNA CA US ON MAIN STREET. : ■ .
Qff. <ns} ■ .' '.' North Beach, Santa Monica
uioly «efe »urf bathlns. Now U tb« mnmt b* autlful eeaenn of the year at the beaeb. . .
47\ , Off? '..•,- Up-to-Bate Restaurant.
Isei //fionte\\wavern . , 219-221. w. Third st
/^ j[ <&$) 'J> ft ' Foortfi amid Spring Sts.
tx#<3)ff*&&lLQ(t Herman W. Hellman Bid* ' # '
The moit beautlfjlly appointed restaurant In the West. Main cafe, with a eeatlba; ■ capaclt*^.
of 2000. Qentlrmen'a Grill. Private Dlnlne Rooms. Banquet Hall. -. •
SCHNEIDER & FEEBER, Proprietors '
Paaadtna'a Nawaat Hotel. Open tba Year
Thoroughly Modern. Long Dlatanca Tele.
phone In every room.
D. VL LINNARD, Manager
THE QOl,l>riEM> (NEV.) MEWS
ft.;. Jamaa V. O'Brien, Editor. ■■■
TelU "ALL. THAT'S NEW AND TRUH Or
THB GREATEST GOLD MINIHO ■ CJiUP
KVKIt KNOWN." But eight montha old, It hae
a national reputation (or being allva and re-
liable. 15.00 per year: lI. St three montha;
aampla copy 10 centa. BEND TODAY •
THE SKHK, UULUMELU, MJVAI>\.
Chronic Brorichltla, BIooX and Sand ln
Crine, C'attu.h «( t lie Bladder Cured, ln 48
EVERY TUESDAY. - ,
$10.50 Round Trip V
■ TlekcU good (or t«n days. 1 Teuriit
■Utplnc car Uavei Arcad* Dapot
av*ry TUESDAY. > o'clock p. ra. ■ -
Sayan towna rapidly «rowln» late
A rara ehanea to mafct ■• big mooajr. '
Lithographed eolorad map* (raa. .-.
Come and aeo aa today. , . .
Tlie Emerson RealtY Co.
ISS 8. Broadway, Loe Angelaa,* C»l.
Allen's Press Clipping Bureau
IKurnlahaa advanea raporta on all con- ■
tract work, auch aa aawari. Irritation H
and (lumping plant* and all building". H
Paraonal and profaaalonal maitaia. .: ■
Kutr.me tO4 Mercantile PUc* . f|
Telephone, 1881 Home. . . H
- ■ larft Line •/ •»«?«*•« JV«tt