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SAN BERNARDINO LOOKS FOR
. LIVELY CAMPAIGN
Extensions to City Water Works Sys
tem la Nearly Completed, Sup.
plying About a Hundred Ad.
Special to Tlis H«rald.
SAN BERNARDINO, Feb. 21.— A
meeting of the non-partisan city cen
tral committee was held last night for
organizing for the coming city cam
paign. A. G. Kendall was chosen as
chairman of the central committee and
T. W. Duckworth as secretary. Both
are experienced campaigners and the
executive committee is made up of
the leading business men of the city.
Mr. Kendall was formerly chairman
of the Republican county committee
and Mr. Duckworth was formerly sec
retary of the Democratic county com
mittee. The non-partisan campaign
promises to be a red hot one.
Whether the organizers of the rump
Republican committee will attempt to
go ahead and Ret their ticket in the
field is a question, as there are rumors
that J. J. Hanford, the leading light
In that faction, will withdraw from the
mayoralty race and make a campaign
for re-election to the city council from
the First ward, which he now repre
The Democrats will probably name a
ticket, though it is possible they will
Indorse H. M. Bartln, the non-partisan
candidate for mayor. Barton Is a Dem
ocrat of long standing and one of the
leaders of his party.
The campaign Is also taking on new
interest because of rumors that a ticket
will be placed In the field by the So
cialists, who are very strong In some
wards of the city, though it was under
stood at the outset that they would
support the non-partisan movement.
. Extensions to Water System
The extensions to the municipal
water system will be completed this
week, adding fully 100 more residences
to the number using city water. The
new extensions aggregate about six
miles of pipe and take in some of the
outlying districts that were not pro
vided for In the bond Issue. This makes
a total of about forty miles of new
water mains that have been laid In Ran
Bernardino in the past year, and it is
believed now by the citizens here that
the city has the most complete water
system of any city in Southern Cali
The first driving matinee held under
the auspices of the San Bernardino
County Driving club will occur tomor
row afternoon at Association park and
will be free to the public- About thir
ty of the , best horses ' In this valley 1
have been entered In the events, which
are purely blue ribbon affairs, no prizes
being offered. "Valuable prizes to be
come the property of a member of the
club after having been won three times
in succession have been offered. Among
these are three silver cups, a silver and
oak pitcher, fine driving harness and
stop watch. These matinees will be
given from time to time.
San Bernardino Notes
W. E. Byrne, who has been deputy
district attorney for the past two
years, will on March 1 retire from the
position. His place will be taken by
H. M. Willis.
Charles P. Adams of Sacramento has
been appointed city ticket agent here
for the Santa Ie, to succeed Frank L.
Hope, who goes to Riverside as city
ticket agent. D. A. Bruce, who has
been agent for the Southern Pacific
here for the past year, also goes to
Riverside this week to take the agency
there, being succeeded here by F. G.
Fulton of Pomona.
Colton people are agitating the build
ing of a handsome boulevard along
the crest of the Colton terrace, which
is one of the most admirable locations
for such a drive in this part of the
The patrons on the rural postal de
livery routes from this city will here
after be served by Uncle Sam with the
weather forecast for the coming twen
ty-four hours. A card containing the
forecast will be placed in every mall
box on the routes.
JAPS ROB RESIDENT OF
Henry Maggioni Relieved of $653.70.
Police Have No Clue to
Pli.olai tn 'Hie Herald,
RIVERSIDE, Feb. 21.— Henry Mag
glonl, a resident of Arlington Heights,
was held up night by four Japs
and robbed of $653.70. Maggioni had
Just come from San Bernardino with
the money, and' having taken the car
down Magnolia avenue, was walking
out to bis home east of the Santa Fe.
Never Without the
A prominent broker/ of <• New York,
who is called upon to make a number
of trips to Europe every year, always
includes In his traveling parapher-
nalia a case of Red Raven. When
jested with upon this fact by his
friends he took the matter quite seri-
ously,' and said: "While you young
men may take Red Raven before
breakfast for too much eating or
drinking the night before to get rid of
that ilark brown taste, I have always
found the water an excellent allevi-
ative for HeaaickneHS, and that fuel-
ing |of fullness and lassitude that bo
often accompanies long journeys. I
have never among the foreign bitter
waters found an aperient that acts so
surtly and gently upon the (Iyer, it
being absolutely painless. I, there-
tor*, take no chances, and carry iled
Kavtn witb *n« wherever- I go." ■
An he neared Arlington station h« was
suddenly Attacked toy the four ' Jap
anese, who quickly relieved him not
only of his money, but his watch, pipe
and a. bottle of whisky, and dlsnp
praro.i. Maggtonl did not recognize
any of the men and the police have no
clue whatever to their Identity.
Orange shipments from Riverside
last week amounted to 112 cars, a total
of 1573 boxes.
A young Japanese In the employ of
the Riverside Trust company has not
yet recovered from a thrilling experi
ence which he underwent while trying
to dispose of the waste water on Ar
lington Heights. In company with
JninoM Mills, superintendent of the
company's land on the heights, and
several other employes, he was en
deavoring to clear a- channel for storm
water through a culvert, when the
stream caught him' and he was forced
through the culvert. Ills companions
expected to see his dead body emerge,
but he came out coughing and blow-
Ing and was soon at work again.
While riding a bicycle In front of the
Qlenwood hotel this evening, A. Clay
ton was struck by an automobile
driven by R. J. llalderman. Mr. Clay
ton's scalp was almost torn off. He
was removed to ■ the city hospital,
where his Injuries were dressed. Hid
wounds will not prove fatal.
VENTURA BOARD OF TRADE
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Special to The Herald.
VENTURA, . Feb. 21.— The Ventura
board of trade met last evening and
elected officers and directors for the
ensuing term. The directors are: J.
S. Blackstock, L. Harzfeld, J. H. Rep
py, Charles Sewell, Oeorge C. Power,
11. A. Glddlngs, Earl Barnes, William
Menzel, W. H. Cannon, John Lagomnr
slno and D. J. Reese. The following
officers were . chosen: L. Harafeld,
president; H. A. Glddings, vice presi
dent; AY. H. Cannon, secretary; J. S.
Mr. Tlgner was present and made a
proposition that Ventura county be one
of the seven counties of Southern Cali
fornia to pay him $100 per month for
a period of six months to travel
through the east with a stereoptlcon
outfit and lecturer, showing views ami
giving a description of this country.
The proposition was met favorably and
will be submitted to the supervisors
at their next meeting.
Cullings Here and There
The contract for the new Odd Fel
lows' block at Santa Paula has been
let to Gilbert Bros, of Ventura, at
$9464. The new building will be one of
the finest In Santa Paula. It Is to he
two stories, with lodge rooms on the
The funeral services of Mrs. Mary E.
Ouiberson were held at the M. E.
church In Santa Paula yesterday. Rev.
Henly of Los Angeles conducted tho
Martin Tlghe of Somis was arrested
Sunday by Constable Warsham upon
a charge of Insanity and brought to
the county jail, where he awaits ex
The Ventura river is still at flood
and various teams that attempted to
make crossings have been upset.
School Entertainments and Evangel.
istic Meetings Well Attended
Special to The Herald.
HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 21.— Rev. Henry
W. Stough and his singer, W. Henry
Collison, opened the union evangelistic
meetings at the Memorial Methodist
church last evening. A large and at
tentive audience was present.
The pupils of the tenth grade of the
Union High school gave an entertain
ing literary program this afternoon.
There were declamations by Ray De-
Camp and Walter Hoppe, recitations
by Ethel Burke and Alleen Barman, a
talk by Edith Gird, and vocal sols by
Addle Sandlßon and Crystal Albright.
A large and enthusiastic glee club
has been formed at the Union I High
school under the direction of Miss Ly
non. The president of the club is Ver
non Churchill, and the secretary Is
Leta Mac Balrd.
The funeral of D. M. Wyatt, the son
nf Oscnr T. Wyatt of Sherman, was
held this afternoon at the Church of
the Blessed Sacrament. A large
number of friends attended. The floral
offerings were many and beautiful.
The pupils of the Fremont school will
give an entertainment in the Masonic
temple Friday evening, February 24,
for the purpose of raising money to
purchase pictures for the school.
The Grant school will hold Its annual
picnic Wednesday, February 22, at the
old ostrich farm at the base of Mount
CATERING TO TOURISTS
Monrovia Will Add Garage to Recent
MONROVIA, Feb. 21.— Monrovia Is to
have a machine shop and garage to
accommodate the frequent tourist visi
tors and to enable the people of this
city to take advantage of the recent
street Improvements. J. T. and W.
B. Price, two colored citizens, will have
heavy interests, and W. E. Farman Is
attending to the organisation of a $15.
000 stock company to operate the
The pupils of the Orange avenue
school gave an Interesting George
Washington entertainment this after
Captain J. M. Thomas entertained a
gay party at a picnic in Clover Leaf
ranch Sunday. This ranch lies in a
tiny canyon that is completely pro
tected from frost and here the popples
and wild flowers bloom very curly.
The slopes of the canyon are now cov
ered with yellow flowers and the or
anges on Clover Leaf are reudy for
picking. This w:w the occasion for
the Invitations to outside friends,
Among those present were Mr, and
Mrs. W. J. Jtess of Redondo, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Hogus, Mr. and Mrs. J, Stev
enson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Champion
of Los Angeles and Captain Davl*
Crockett ot R«dr,7 ,
LOS ANGELAS HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY' aa, 1905.
REDLANDS CHURCH EVENTS
Great Activity Reported In Various
Sp'HM to Tlic HertM.
nEDtiANDa, Feb. 11.— The Tresby
terlan church, which Is rapidly near
inpf completion and Is one of the hand
somest here, will be dedicated Sunday,
March 12, Rev. J. S. Mclntosh, D.
IX, president of the San Francisco
Theological seminary, will be present
and preach the dedicatory sermon,
nev. Wi n. Noble, V. D., nnd Jtev. J.
11. Stewart, former pastors of this
ehurrh, nnd nev. Frank DeWltt Tal
ma ge of Los Angeles will take promi
nent part In the dedicatory exercises.
With a chorus ot nearly 200 voices
nnd an audience of nenrly 2000 people,
J. "Wilbur Chapman and hla fellow ns
slstants opened the series of revival
meetings In the First Methodist church
Pioneer Is Laid to Rest
The funeral of the late William K.
Plbley was conducted by Dr. W. R.
Ferguson In the First M. E. church
this afternoon and was largely at
tended. The body was taken to Santa
Ana for burial.
Itev. Maxwell Savage of the Unita
rian church will begin a series of
twelve lectures on "Comparative Re
ligions" this evening. Ills topic for to
night will be "Animism— Early Idens
dipt. .T. G. Clnrk wns the victim of
a stroke of paralysis yesterday morn-
Ing while driving; through Santa Ana
■wash. Cnptaln Clark, who was con
versing nnd laughing with some
friends at the time, suddenly became
mute and was unable to move. Dr.
Crenshaw expresses the opinion that
recovery is not possible, his entire
right side being paralyzed.
POMONA'S FIRST DAILY
GOES INTO OTHER HANDS
Veteran Editor and Proprietor Relin-
quishes the Helm After Watch
of Fourteen Years
Special to The Herald.
POMONA. Feb. 21.— After fourteen
years in the publishing business in
Pomona Sidney M. Haskell has sold
the ' Dally Progress to W. E. Stephens
and Almon T. Richardson. Mr. Has
kell expects to remove to Los Angeles.
The new proprietors have been em
ployed on the paper for some time.
Mr. Stephens as foreman and Mr.
Richardson as reporter. They are
young men of capability and should
make the paper a success.
Escape From Scoundrels
Two young girls, who state that they
are waitresses from Pasadena, were
found In a sorry plight In Pomona
yesterday morning, having walked ail
night. They were ensnared into taking
an automobile ride from Pasadena
with two well-dressed young men,
who brought them to Pomona and at
tempted to misuse them. On refusal
of their overtures the men let the girls
out of the vehicle on the country road
and told them they could walk home.
The girls were half famished when
they stopped at the home of Mrs. Al
bert Layton at 446 North Orange Grove
avenue yesterday morning and told
Tickets for Pasadena were purchased
for them by local good Samaritans and
Constable Slanker is on the lookout for
fellows who drive handsome touring
Ned Bannon was taken to Los An
geles yesterday to serve out fifty days
in jail on sentence of Justice E.
Barnes. Bannon pleaded guilty to the
charge of assault with deadly weapons
on the public highway, committed last
Thursday, when he held up two 12
year-old boys, sons of C. L. 'Loud and
W. S. Newton, at the point of a re
volver. _ Bannon admitted that he* had
been drinking freely and said he only
wanted to scare the boys. :
SOLDIERS' HOME NEWS
Robert S. McClure, Late of the Fifth
Ohio Infantry, Is Dead
Special tr The Herald.
SOLDIERS' HOME, ,F«b. j 21.— The
latest death was that of Robert S. Mc-
Clure, late of Company D, Fifth Ohio
infantry, who will be given the usual
military funeral at 9 a. m.Februitry 23.
Clement P. Connor of Company E,
One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Illi
nois infantry, died San ' Francisco
while on furlough January 19, and was
At Ward Memorial hall this after
noon there was a large gathering to
witness the exercises of the Loyal Tem
perance Legion silver medal contest
given by the children of the Los An
geles Orphan Home under the leader
ship of Mrs. Celia Noll. Miss, Mul
holland recited and Mrs. Barney of
Los Angeles sang. ■ j
Tomorrow Is a legnl holiday In camp
in honor of George Washington, and
the lowa boys go to Kastlake park to
picnic, while the Massachusetts sons
go to Ocean Park.
SAN PEDRO JUBILATES
OVER COLONIAL BALL
Washington's Birthday Honored by
Patriotic Celebration and Good
Old Times Revived
Bpeclal to The Herald.
SAN rEDHO, Feb. 21.— The culmina
tion of several weeks of preparation
was reached this evening In the San
Pedro house, when the colonial ball
was held, under the auspices of th«
Knights and Ladles of Security. Tin
interior decorations were perfect, and
great credit la due the committee in
charge for the artistic manner »n
which they performed their part. Over
400 invitations were Issued and few ab
sentees were noted from the list, Ban
Pedro was in its element and attired
In costly costumes representative of
the colonial days, the gay and happy
throng formed with the environment
a scene of romantic splendor. The San
Pedro orchestra rendered the selections
and the cv« of . Washington's , birthday
wai fittingly honored with more than
Took Shot at Burglar
Mrs. Sadie Radcllffe, who resides In
a tent cottage at the corner of Eighth
and Beacon streets, alone with her lit
tle daughter, fired a iihot from her hus
band's revolver at a midnight Intruder
last night. It was no fault of hers
that the bullet from the weapon tldl
not put an end to his career, She
meant It should.
The unknown Intruder made a hold
attempt to enter Mrs. Iladcllffe's
apartment shortly before midnight nnd
began slitting the canvas walls of
the cottage at a place close to the bed
loom occupied by Mrs. Hadcllffe and
her daughter. The nervy woman then
aimed the weapon at the Indistinct
outlines of the man outside and flred.
A low monn reached her enrs and she
runhed to the door Intending to take
another shot. The Intruder, however,
had made growl his escape.
Mr. Radcllffe nt present Is nway
from home, being engnged nt the
Decles quarries near Colton,
SANTA MONICA TRUSTEES
BUSY WITH IMPROVEMENTS
Grading, Piling of Pier and Street
Lighting Questions Come Up for
Special tn The Herald
SANTA MONICA, Feb. 21.— The city
trustees met In regular session last
evening, the members of tho board in
attendance being Trustees Dudley,
Johnson, Goetz, Vawter nnd tfteelc.
The business trnnsneted was jib fol
An ordinance establishing n perma
nent grade for India street. Adopted.
Recommendation from City Engineer
Jnmes that piling be placed in the cen
ter of I'ler avenue whmrf an a protec
tion to the outfall sewer. Report filed
for future consideration.
Iteslgnntlon of S. W\ Koontz, sexton
of Wood lawn cemetery, accepted and
John I, Demaris nppointed to fill the
The nppolntment of Dr. C. C. Rath
bone by Mayor Dudley to a place on
the board of library trustees was con
A bill for $700 by the Abbot Kinney
company, for repairs made to the Pier
avenu« wharf, was presented and
turned over to the city attorney.
Hlds were opened for the grading 1 of
Kleventh street from Oregon to Ne
vada, and the contract was awarded to
A. H. Calkins. The price to be paid is
!)'/4 cents for cement sidewalk; curbing,
2S?i cents; grading, 30 cents, and oil-
Ing, 50 cents.
A report of the committee of the
whole was read, recommending that
the gas franchise asked for by
A. C. Barke be advertised. It
also recommended that a contract with
the Edison Electric company for street
lights be entered into, the city agreeing
to pay $6.75 per lamp per month and
guaranteeing to continue the service
for a period of three years. A third
recommendation was that a water or
dinance be prepared. The recommend
ation referring to street lights was Inid
over and the other two recommenda
tions were passed.
The power sloop Alpha, in command
of Captain Young, dropped anchor hero
last evening long enough to scoop up
lour tons of sardines. The catch was
taken to the San Pedro cannery.
BY LONG BEACH RESIDENTS
Party Is Driven to Signal Hill, After
Which a Dinner Is ;,/;.,.
Special to The Herald.
LONG BEACH, Feb. 21.— The Cana
dians residing in Long Beach enter
tained the Canadians who are visiting
in Southern California today. The out
of-town visitors came from Los An
geles, Ocean Park, Pasadena and other
near-by towns and were met by 'the
Long Beach contingent. Here all hands
entered carriages and drove to Signal
Hill, the highest point in Long Beach.
There were 120 on the hill.
Returning from the hill the party
went to the Hotel D^l Mar, where din
ner was served. J. G. Latlmer, presi
dent of the city council of AVinnlpeg',
Manitoba, was toastmaster. The after
dinner speaking was opened by a toast
to "the King," responded to by all
Ringing "God Save the King.",- Other
toasts -were responded to as follows:
"The President," City Solicitor F, A.
Knight of Long Beach; "Our Guests,"
John Arbuthnot, former mayor of Win
nipeg, and J. L. Wells, a member of
the city council of Winnipeg; "Our
Canadian Homes," Rev. A. Gordon of
Winnipeg and W. D. Russell of Long
Beach; "The Press," T. W. Lincoln
and S. C. Kendall of Long Beach; "Th«
Ladies," J. W. Rogers and W. B. Fair
banks of Winnipeg; "The Manage
ment," • William Gundry of Long
Beach; "The Chairman," Mr. Latlmer.
The board of trade held a banquet at
the Hotel Riviera' tonight for the pur
pose of bringing the members togther
to work during the present year. Men;
bers only were present. Dr. L. A.
Perce was chairman. The board will
have a banquet for the ladles later
In the tabernacle.
The Long Beach city council yester
day afternoon voted to hay« a sun
parlor erected at the end of the pier
here, and awarded the contract to
William Rommel & Bon, whose bid of
$2898.70 was the lowest received.
Washington's birthday will be ob
served tomorrow by a series of Held
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"'The Gentleman from Indiana in Politics,' that is Hi
what we might have called this new book of Mr. W 1
Tarkington's. In this latest work the brilliant author /
"■■ of 'The Gentleman from Indiana' and 'Monsieur
«Beaucaire ' has drawn extensively upon his expert-
enecs and observations in the Legislature of his native Jw
State, with the result that he has given such a gal- mßk
lcry of political portraits and such an account of how IbW
things are worked in the great arena as has never MS
before been achieved in American literature. All mm
the types of political life are here rendered with that I ■
life-like quality that characterizes all Mr. Tarking- I|^
ton's creations. Humor and pathos both play v over
— every page. ±
" Mr. /Tarkington has done for the short story
IKB what Mr. Ade has done for the stage, and 'In The *3b*
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and aquatic sports, of which Mayor
Eno and former Mayor Stephen Town
send will be judges. The events will
be as follows: 10:30 a. m., tub races
for hoyH; first prize, $2; seronrl prize,
$1.- 10:45 a. m., tub race for girls; first
prize, $2; second price, $1. 11 a. m..
ladles' swimming race; prize, lady's
bathing suit. 11:20 a. m., baby show;
prize, gold ring. 11:50 a." m., sack race;
first prize, $2; second prize, $1. 1:30 p.
m., greased pole climbing; prize, $5.
At 2:30 p. m. an exhibition of Japanese
day fireworks will be given and there
will be an exhibition or high and
fancy diving. A concert will be given
by the Long Beach Marine band in the
visitors' gallery of the bathhouse from
10:30 a. m. to noon and from 2:30 p. in.
to 4 p. m.
Mrs. Sarah M. McKay died yesterday
afternoon at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Georce A. Hart of Long Beach
Mrs. McKay was a native of' New
York, 77 years of age, and leaves a
son and two daughters.
Long Beach chapter, Order of the
Eastern Star, gave a banquet tonight
in honor of Most Worthy Matron Mrs.
Pauline Dohinann of Stockton.
The Cosmopolitan club's whist tour
nament came to a close last evening
and was won by Scheurer and Queen,
who scored 80 points; handicap, B0
points. Thomas and Thomas were sec
ond with a score of 36; 40 handicap.
There were twelve other teams in the
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modern, with large reception hall; corner lot on Grand avenue and 4
% Thirty-second street, 100x163, with beautiful lawn, shade, etc., to ■ 2
♦ make It pleasant. Go and look at this property. The house la nicely.
% arranged for a rooming house, If you so desire It— and plenty of room ■
& for two other buildings on same lot, facing . either street. ♦
% d>-4 f\f\t\ house. . Properties advancing rap- %
Z ipIfUULF Idly in this locality; »8000 home 4
♦ 7 ' going up on the adjoining lot. I «>
<t> City Park Bargain— Two fine, naV e quite a number of other lots ♦
level lots, 45x145, east of Main, an <j houses for sale. ■■ ■ • ♦
♦ " between Maple avenue ear line ' -a
% and San Pedro street, fronting on" USQCLfk Z
*> Fiftieth street, lots No. 8 and 9ln tpOOVT .v > ▲
♦ the Eagle tract, block H; 6 wal- ' ' . ■-<&
4> nut trees on these lots (in good no ™, er Bargain— One lot on +
♦ bearing); buy these lots and I ifSalle avenue 60x150 to alley, £
Z will build you a 5 or 6-room block 24 in Chas. Victor Hall ♦
£> modern cottage on one or both of trac t< on west side of street; be--
♦ them for $2000 each/which will tween Thirtieth and Jefferson ;J>
1? bring a good income of $20 to streets, about half way between ♦
$ $25 per month for each house. A- above streets. Come and see me. 1'
+ good Investment. Come and for terms. T
♦ Beeme> &Q-onn • I
I $2,300 ,*A^HI. |
<£ Another Bargain— Pine corner ♦
Z> A Bargain— Here Is a fine lot 60 lot 65x160 on Sixteenth and Ho-, i
+ xl2B on south side of Twenty- bart boulevard. In Westmoreland •> Z
<•• seventh street, close to west side tract; lot No. 72, three feet above #
♦ of Grand avenue; ' beautiful site level of street. Look at this lot #
Z and location for flats or rooming and come and see me for terms.' '""s?
♦ lam always In my office from Monday till Saturday attending to* ?>
i' business. Come and see me. '
* Tohn Cochran 53283 * i*ughiin J
I JUIIII <OUL,lliail, Building |
Motels Mi Beach- -Re-softs:
<Santa Cataima * stand
• PAST STEAMSHIP CAUHUXO-CArAcixv 1000; 1 hour 40 mlnuU*. Ban P«4ro
Breakwater to Avalon, connecting With Evil I .like |:M a. in., and So. Paclno (:05 a. ra. tralni
from I-oa Angelei. EXTRA 10VKN1NO JtOAT BATUHDAYB-Tialn« leave U>» Ang«U.,
Bait l*kt 4:45, and 80. Pacific 6:oo p. in. Reiular fart round trip 13.75; Saturday and Sunday
Kxcur«lon }2.60. THIS WON DERFUL. BUDMAIiINB QAKDISNS AS BEEN THROUGH . W
KATHOMS CRYBTAI, WATERS.
HCTiSL MKTROI'ULK-CUIHINKI UNEXCELLED. Banning Company. Huntlncton Bid*.
Hot It Phonea 86. ........
Cawston Ostrtck $mrm SffSfS
_ , , '• • - ■ , Ground!, and tht . largmt
■lock of O»trloli Feather Gooda In America for «ale at producer.'a prleti. ■ •
<fi)/7,, M North Beach, Santa Monica
(ULr€sirVm tt?£M?&ffl& . Killed fr«h .very day 'and heat*! to «. t.m.
**P perttura of H dtxrtea. Unrivaled and; abao>
lutely vaft turf bathing. Now ta tbt moat b eautlful n#aton of *he yenr tt the beuch.
/f 9 Jt 473> ' J The Finest Seating Capacity 1200
<&afe t/jriStOi Fourth ana Spring Streets
</7h i Qfifi) a ff? Up-to-Date Restaurant
iso( t f/(ont9 uavern 219.221 w. Third su