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REV. ALFRED S. CLARK DIES IN
Well Known at the Former Rector of
Christ Episcopal Church and ' A
Chaplain of Seventh
The remains of the late Rev. Alfred
S. Clark, formerly rector of Christ
Episcopal church and the beloved
chaplain ot the Seventh regiment, N.
O. C, will arrive ln Los Angeles on
the coast line train this morning. The
interment will be at Rosedale cemetery.
The Rev. Mr. Clark was rector of
Christ church prior to 1900, -when ha
was succeeded jby the present rector,
pr. George Thomas Dowllng. At the
time of the Spanish war he was given
a leave of absence by the church and
went with the Seventh regiment to San
Francisco, where he remained with the
regiment at the Presidio. He was well
known ln Los Angeles and was one of
the' most popular volunteer chaplain*
of the army.
At the time of his death he was the
rector of St. John's church, Stockton.
He had been in poor health some time,
but Insisted on keeping up his pastoral
•work. Several weeks ago he was taken
severely 111 during a service. He Is sur
vived by his wife, a son, Paul O. Clark,
and a daughter. '■-- . *•_'
MEAT INSPECTORS FIND
STEAKS ARE ADULTERATED
Three Butchers Are Arrested Follow.
Ing the Receipt of Numer.
An organized investigation of local
meat shops was commenced yesterday
by Meat Inspector Fred. Hughes and
three butchers were arrested, charged
with adulterating their steaks and
chops with "freezem." . ; :
[ Complaints have been registered at
the meat Inspector's office for some
time past and the officers have been
at "work on the case securing samples
for analysis. Yesterday it was learned
I that meat shops ln various parts of
the city were starting ln on a system
of adulteration whereby their meal
could be kept for some time during the
When the officers Investigated the
cases they found that hamburger steak
claimed prominence and samples of
the toothsome delicacy may be pro
duced in 'police court and the various
properties of the "freezem" explained.
Greatest Mining Camps in the History of the World
■ The Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfield Mining: Co. is incor- Read what the Los Angeles newspapers say about* Millions W^ill Rp MaHp WlthlTl
porated under the "laws of Arizona; capitalized for $2,000,- BuU Frog-Compound-GoldfieW Mining Company I iUllUl" H*" wc liauc " HU ' U
000, par Value Of each Share $1.00, full paid and nOn- (Los Angeles Express, March SI.) (Los Angeles Herald, March 31.) tll6 NCXt F6W MOlitllS
assessable. No personal liability — no preferred stock; no .«^ «.« - » A I --- -
bonded indebtedness. Every stockholder on an equal Kifll Ifl Vf%OT L-OS /\nS6I6S cloße Ul)on the heds ot the Gol(lflolrt excitement come reports from Buiurog
, . . .•...• M » MM M E H" ■ ifV - «»^^w ww whlf . h cause old mlninK men to disten with dumb amazement. Nevada never
basis. You are given an opportunity to get in on the *#****. A *Vg l^i^'S^U^t i"^^^
ground floor of the Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfield Mining Invaded by Los Angeles Capital V/apllai days. »
Company and help them develop their properties. " B , lr Denny an old prospector of forty - A two-mllUon-dollar. corporatlon-the Bullfrog-Compound-Qoldfleld Min-
J *.■. ■ ", r f am uenny, . an i oia prospector 01 lorty Company— has Just been formed by representative Los Angelea men to
AT • •* J .VT 1. *CL • -IIT-11 tTT', ee n XP6 h T\ •uf mhT mT * I* Now Invading Bull Frog operate In the Bullfrog-Goldfleld country. This company got^ in on the ground
A Limited Number of Shares Will 2J^?JJS^nd^2™ f° or ' ot these fabulouBly rlch mm P 8 - securln s ™ ■«« (three' claims) *
« CIJ «O« o n XT 1 <M nn pah, Lida. BHlirrog and other camps. A two-milllon-dollar corpora- ' Bullfrog and 40 acres (two claims) in Goldfleld. ; v.^
DC OOla ft! I 1-ZC, rar ValUe aI.UU • Mr - Denny Bays that he haß been ln every tlou has just been formed by I A limited number of shares of treasury stock are to be sold for the pur-
important mining camp discovered during representative Los Angeles men pose of pushing development work forward with the greatest possible speed.'
This is the first block of Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfleld stock offered to the public, and the past forty years, but never has he seen 'v * »«««»»ve i*os Angeies men, pose «i p g v rich strike on anv one of
after the present allotment has been subscribed no more shares will be sold at the anything to equal the Qoldfleld and Bullfrog *«> be known as the Bullfrog- ..And Jt should be borne in mind that the first rich strike on any one of
ground floor price. ; ■ ' country. -ft; ?y*';'rj. Compound-Goldfleld Mining Com- the six claims will certainly send the price of Bhares soaring to the dollar
The men who made millions in Cripple' Creek are those who got- in on the ground In the language of Mr. Denny, "Goldfleld pany. This company has se- mark. 'K- '
floor, and this has been the history of all great mining camps. , is a sure world beater, but Bullfrog— well, say • cured sixty acres of the- cream Shares in every Goldfleld proposition we have handled heretofore are
share Ynßun r f?o/8 P undrmillions POr Do n u now* 1 " 1 * gr ° Und n °° r ? yy ° U W ° Uld '%?? «5w fZ' e?£V™ ot Bulllro «' ««> *™ t0 b « «>»• *™ » ellln * tor three or four tknes the prlce at whlch they Were flrßt PUt
share in Bullfrog a undug millions. Do it now. . ZgronJZr It I good^ul^rofcompany gratulated upon their foresight on the market, and none of them looked aa good at the beginning as Bullfrog-
____ __ __ ; •«.«»»» now is the one that will make money." " in getting into this coming camp Compound-Goldfleld does today.' r
What YOUr MOneV Will BUy Tne B>Hlfrog-Compound-Gol<ineld Mining on the ground floor.
•J Company'ls the name of a new company or- Another big thing in favor of >v «% . " *% •
$12.50 will buy 500 shares, par value $ 500 ganizod by l.oa Angeles jioople (o oporato in thfi Hiillfrog-Compound-rioldfiolil I Bill* Brfl^Bl'
$25.00 will buy 1,000 shares, par value 1,000 both Goldfleld and Bullfrog. This company Company is the fact of their Vl** M. UJI v/UVVVJJVJ
937.50 will buy 1,500 shares, par valuo 1,500 is capitalized for 92,000,000 and will be one having two full claims of twenty , „ .. ' „. » „.
$50.00 will buy 2,000 share*, par value 2,000 of the pioneer companies to operate in Bull- acres, each in the Goldfleld dls- Mount Whitney, ground floor price 2c. Now selling for Zsc.
$75.00 will buy 3,000 shares, par value 3,000 frog. The Goldfleld property belonging to trict. Goldfleld-Herald ground floor price IV4o. Now selling at 8c and on
$100.00 will buy 4,000 shares, par value 4,000 the same company is very highly spoken of It 1b understood that the tll ... „♦ , nn ,i, o , h b advance ' ..
$200.00 wll I buy 8,000 shares, par value 8,000 by Mr. Charles O. Butler of Butler-Ferris Southwestern Securities Cora- the eve ° anolner Dlg aQVßnce -
s2so.oo will buy 10,000 shares, par value 10,000 Manufacturing Company. Mr. Butler exam- pany of Los Angeles is flnanclng ' Goldfleld-Gladlator, ground floor price 2^c. Now selling at 7c and still
$300.00 will buy 12,000 shares, par value 12,000 ined the property during his last vlalt to the deal. This concern has been advancing '
$350.00 will buy 14,000 shares, par value 14,000 Goldfleld, and states that a strong ledge very successful in its Goldfleld ' "' S • ,„,,„. it , „
$400.00 will buy 16,000 shares, par valu 16,000 across the entire property is vijible from the operations and has a large and MORAL— Buy Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfleld at the ground floor price
$500.00 will buy 20,000 shares, par value • 20,000 surface outcropplngs. growing following. and reap a rich reward. If you want to make money Join successful people.
I Cut out one of the accompanying coupons Office open until 9 o'clock Saturday and fZ T c n
Southwestern Securities CO. and jnajl to us today. Address all com- Monday nights for the accommodation of Southwestern OeCUritieS tO.
Los Angeles, California munications and make all remittances pay- those who cannot conveniently call during Los Angeles, California
Gentlemen — able tO the day. '■'■ I hereby authorize you to purchase for me
Please .end mo by return mall fullest possible In- ' . V sh « re » of tho « ock of Bullfrog-Compound-Qoldfleld Mln-
formation concerning the properties of the Bullfroa-Com. **% *H 'f% ■ • • iaT% ! • Ing Company of Nevada at two and on«-half centa per
r:::::rz ; ; Southwestern Securities Co. -ii^iiig©
Addreii , . Addreat .—;..
Oocu p* tlon • • I Entrance 503 Herman W. Hellman Bldg. Los Angeles, Cal. | occupation..;... .......... ;
FORMER RECTOR OF CHRIST CHURCH HAS PASSED AWA 1
REV. ALFRED 8. CLARK
SPECIAL OFFICER LEARNS
LESSON IN JIU JITSU
Attempts to Remove Japanese From
Theater and Gets Worst of
Oscar Strong, who assists the regular
house officer of the Burbank theater,
learned a little lesson ln the art of Jlu
Jltsu last night when he attempted to
eject from the building a little Jap
anese about four feet four Inches high.
There had been some trouble ln the
gallery and three young men were
taken out, the Japanese being among
them. On the way down stairs he told
the police officer that he was not one
of the guilty ones, but the man ln blue
could not well allow him to go without
granting the others the same privilege.
When the party reached the lobby the
Japanese balked and said he would
not go out with the others.
Argument was useless and finally the
big policeman seized the little Jap
anese by the collar and started him
toward the door.
Then something happened. No one
LO9* ANGELES HERALD » THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, tgoj.
seems to know Just what It was but
one thing was certain. The air In the
lobby seemed filled with blue-coated
policemen. The Japanese had taken
his antagonist in a grip of steel and
the way that 185 pounds of human be
ing went circling through the lobby
Was a shame.
A crowd of spectators soon filled the
place and stood watching the evolu
tions of the policeman with awe.
For about a minute and a half this
performance was continued and then
"William Brenner, regular officer, took
a hand and between them the two
managed to put the Japanese out of
' Brenner said: "Since the first per
formance of 'A Prisoner of War,' we
have had a large number of Japanese
ln the audience. The play deals with
Port Arthur and Japan and the Jap
anese seem to take great delight in the
Direct telegraphic communication has
been opened up between' Liverpool and
Teheran, In Persia, a distance of four
REALTY OWNERS TAKE STEPS
TO COMPLETE WORK
Notable Sales Reported on South
Grand Avenue— Fifth Street
Property Purchased— Bonnie
Brae Residence Sold
Property owners on Snn Pedro street
are taking on active Interest In the
matter of paving that street with ns
phaltum from Fifth street to Jefferson
slreet. The street Is proving deserved
ly popular and as It averages eighty
feet In width will prove a decided thor*
oughfare when this surfacing shall have
been completed. ■
To bring this question before the
residents of the street, the progressive
element of which favor the paving, the
San Pedro Street Improvement associa
tion will meet April 14 ln the office of
the Atlas Mills, 609 San Pedro street
at 7 o'clock, at which time officers will
be elected and the proper. committees
to push the 'work outlined will be ap
Grand Avenue and Ninth
Leo J. Magulre reports that he has
sold the two story house, 917 South
Grand avenue, wtth lot noxlfi" feet, for
William Garland to Dr. H. West
Hughes for $17,000. . The property Is
within fifty feet of the Woollacott
block on the southwest corner of Ninth
and Grand. Real estate experts say
this is a good Investment as the prop
erty Is well rented.
Grand Avenue and Tenth
Mr. Magulre also reports that he has
sold 933 South Grand avenue, a cottage
with lot 50x157 feet, for D. C. Lane, to
a local Investor for 916,250. The prop
erty adjoins -the Ross and Gibbon
property on the northwest corner of
Grand and Tenth.
South Bonnie Brae
Althouse Brothers report the sale of
a two story eleven room frame and
stone residence, 668 South Bonnie Brae,
with lot 50x150 feet for $12,000 to Charles
H. Swealt from Otto Arnold.
Fifth and Gladys
Through R. A. Rowan & Co., Navette
Francisco and Louts Gottschalk have
made a permanent Investment In
the purchase of 27^x100 feet on the
south side of Fifth street between Ruth
and Gladys for $14,000. The purchasers
<f7f 2 ®fl% a Up-to-Date Restaurant
/set ///onto uavern ' 219-221 w. nurd st.
have declared their Intention, to lm»
prove with * DUbfltantlM structure. '
Completing Street Work
The street work and netting of ce
ment curbs mid sidewalks on Fiftieth
slreet of the McCarthy company's Main
street and Moneta avenue tract In re
ported finished and that «lx new houses
ore being built. The grading and oU-
Ing of the street will be commenced
next week nnd a second force of cement
workers will be put upon Forty-ninth
street of the same tract Monday. The
street work has also been started upon
Flfty-sevtnth street of the McCarthy
company* Moneta avenue and Flgu«
eroa tract. •
RESIGNS A3 PRESIDENT OF
Qeorfle Pe«r*on Succeeded by Frank
Seabert as Head of the
George Pearson, for the last two
years president of the Southwestern
Securities company, ha* handed In hU
resignation as president of this Insti
tution In order to devote more time to
his private Interests and to the duties
of president of the Colonial Mortgage
& Trust company.
The Southwestern Securities com
pany has grown- and prospered during
Mr. Pearson's regime and has a large
and growing following, numbering Its
clients by the thousands.
Frank A. Seabert, for twenty-three
years general manager of the Delaware
& Lackawanna rtallway company, has
succeeded Mr. Pearson as president of
the Southwestern Securities company.
While Mr. Pearson remains on the
directorate of the Southwestern Securi
ties company, he feels that the heavy
duties of the growing business of the
Colonial Mortgage & Trust company
will demand more and more of his
time. ' ,'>,. ■
Mr. Pearson has been a resident of
Los Angeles for the past ten years and
has made a success of everything with
which he has been associated.
Only the king of Korea may raise
groats or have round columns and
square rafters to his house or wear a
coat of brilliant red. Only the klngr
may look upon the faces of the
queen's hundreds of attendant ladies
or have any building outside of which
there are more than three steps. Four
steps would be high treason and would
cost their owner a' traitor's death.
Catarrhal Colds TheTcrfor^ p - r - jgg
. A SUSCKPTIBILtTT to colds con,- ,
I UAjWa^^MMmßl|||ijia^^^aß vuf I them continually uneealng or coughing, '
1 f^S ' "'" ""'"-silF^fi if or trouhle< ' Tvlth * ome otn * r disagree-
//Mi " flffil^HHl Dr. Hartman hat done perhaps more
likl ' ' i ' '' ' aSSHamlillf * n * P eo P'* h° w to avoid oatohlng eoldi
.}' ' llllPiir * throat, and mflny other hygienic r*gu-
;fe ' HHHiH 2 Intlonn original with the Doctor have
? been promulgated fnr many yrrtrs.
s ?^^^^^i^^^P^# ■ But th e Doctor's succes3 In combat-
D in 0 the susceptibility to catching cold
'j ' ,1 / / la obliged to tnkn a course of Pcrunn
A V/iMif jj according to tho directions on tho
Ifs^'' -&■■?' "M&& I membranes ngalnst further
*ilii§i£'' * N **vs^ j Mls - q l' osslp Lurkpy, 3125-A Clifton
i n f" i ' Place, St. LoulP, Mo., writes:
X fCtty Lwtrt t "T*~"""'fl" T *~"""'fl "' took Poruna Pime time ngo, when
' J3W>»c/>e Pn fti tint T WHa n " run «l° w n from a neglected
I rr»»uffe § r wnu t _ . ; ; co |j an< ] overwork, and ln two month*
II 7/V.v Cniticmtrl Crttnvvit I It restored my strength In a remark-
\KS^liszS^B^^^Bt^hs able mrinner.
V fv^Jl "I consider It a very remarkable
-sv^ medicine and I do not fear a cold and
:£V\v -^J-fZ&^r^. Its consequence* now a* long at Pe-
IggiS~~^3^ttr < *S&><£&y) runa is to be had." -. ■■ . .
-^zssZsZS Mr Joßepn Clark> u. g. Senate Fold-
Mlsh Aline Pay, 921 Tenth St., N. E.. Ing Room, Washington, D. C.. writes:
Wnnhincrrnn T> c writpn- * contracted a severe cold. I pur-
Washlngton, u. 1., writes. chased a bottle of Peruna, and in a
r"™"™^™"" 1™"1 ™"™ 1"""'"""^™1 """'"""^™™ 11 '""™""""' short space of time I was entirely rid
"I have been ianceptlble to colds for 0 ( t ne disease.
» number of yeara. i have, found in r«- "Whenever I feel mytelf taking a
™ u "?d?h e r Xon,m,,reiix;eH;nced W "h cold I always take Peruna."
colds. Those who take Peruna do not Catch
"I have, not only found It (rood for cold. "*» '
rnlda, but It l« Rood for catarrb, and w e cftn g| v e our readers only a
nn excellent tonic." slight glimpse of the vast array of
—^^^-— »^—^— .^— «i enthusiastic letters of thanks Dr. Hart-
We have on flic thousands of testl- man is constantly receiving for his
monlals like the ones given here. famous catarrh remedy, Peruna;-
Hotels 'and.-. Beach Resorts.
ania Caiahna Jsiand /
FAST BTEAMBUIP CABKJLAiO— CAPACITY 1000; 1 Hour 40 minute*, lu Mn
Braakwatcr to Avalon. connecting with Salt Lake 1:50 a. m., and So. PaclHo *:08 a. m. train*
from Lea Angalea. EXTRA EVENING BOAT SATURDAYS— Train • laava Ix>a ABialaa.
Bait Lak« 4:45. and So. Paclflo 6:00 p. m. Regular fare round trip M.76; Saturday and Sunday
Ezcunlon t>.6o. THE WONDERFUL SUBMARINB GARDENS AS SEEN THROUGH It
FATHOMS CRYSTAL, WATERa
HOTEL. METROPOLE— CUISINE UNEXCELLED. Banning Company. Huntlngtoa Bid*
Both Phono 18. . . , ■ i . .
Q//, <?&/ North Beach, Santa Monica
(ULS aWI/H *0 £M^t&& ril)«a fre»h every day and hntad to a tarn-
».*» vv* w v^ru^ym peratura of U dejreea. UnrlTUad and »ba»-
lutely >afa aur«. bathing. Now la tha moat t> cautlful aaaaon of toa year »t tba beach.
(UaWStOn CJstnCfa t^CZnri B^utual Semi - Troploaa
. • ' • ' Qrounda. and ttaa -, Urgtai
ttock of Ontrich Feather Oooda In America Hir ml« at producar'a prleaa.
. RESTAURANTS-: ' -
/f^ y ■ y The Finest Seating Capacity 1200
(Uare JSnstoi Hwm ald $ mg streets :