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> TUB HERALD.
Ftr«n»;ers •<■• Invited to r'rtl the cxMMt of
California product! lit th» Chamber of Com
merce bulldln* on Brmdway, between !• lr»t
and Becond rtre«t«, wh«re free Information
will he given on all subjects pertaining v
MootVn FMfilft Cnnr<>rt linncl, Enntliike park,
Runday, April 23:
March "The Unenin Imp" (Clnuiier).
Waltz, "I.#s nenlem Clouttn," The Lout Rain
drop* (Karl KratiPl).
"Orand fantanlfi from "Alrta" (V>rdl>.
fa) \jo\f Scene, (hi Village Revel*, from
•ulte "Rural Hcenrn" (Mott).
•'Heartu ami Flower*." hy requent (Tolmnl).
Overture. "Ilunynrly I.aszln" (Franz Krkel).
Tolka for trombone-Mr. Tyler.
Selection. "The HlKhwnymiin, " from the
comic opera (He Koven).
Spanlah dances, Nor. 2 and 6, from Op. 12
Liberal Club Discussion
At the Liberal club, Burbank hal
this evening Mrs. K. P. Freemott wl
discuss the "Equality of the Sexes."
Grocery Store Robbed
The Rrocery store of Olson & Son.
1625 South Main street, was entered by
burglars Friday night. Five dollars
was taken from the cash register.
The residents of Avenue Thirty-two,
East Los Angeles, have planted cam
phor trees on either side of the street,
which greatly Improve the appearance
of that thoroughfare.
Bell Held to Answer
Albert Bell, son of Major Horace
Bell, was held to answer to the superior
court yesterday, with bail fixed at $1500,
on a charge of forging, a young wo
man's name to a check for $16.
Easter at Garvanza
The choir of the Memorial Church
of the Angels, at Garvanza, under the
direction of Professor T. W. Wilde, has
prepared a special musical program for
the service at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Frank Bohn of the University of
Michigan will deliver a lecture Sunday
evening. April 30, at Hartnonlal hall,
139 West Fifth street, on the subject,
"Revolutionary Socialism and the
Next Sunset Dinner
The next Sunset club dinner will take
place at Levy's Friday evening, April
28, and the principal paper, entitled
"The Occult and the Law," will be read
by A. B. McCutcheon, and shorter ones
by John J. Byrne and Otheman Ste
To Lay Corner Stone
The corner stone of the new $35,000
high school to be erected at Alhambra
will be laid at 1:30 o'clock Saturday,
April 23. The grand lodge of Free and
Accepted Masons of the state of Cali
fornia will be In charge, with Deputy
Grand Master M. H. Flint officiating.
A. O. H. Easter Ball
One of the post-lenten entertainments
scheduled is the annual Easter ball to
be given by division No. 1 of the A.
O. H., at Armory hall, this city, to
morrow evening. The committee hav
ing charge of the affair has worked
hard and the success of last year will
Accused of Robbery
Jesus Valensuelo and Francisco Pl
nledo, arrested Friday evening on a
charge of having inveigled Enrico Pi
nlao into a room at the Hoffman house
and robbing him of $ti under threats of
bodily harm, were held to answer to
the superior court yesterday, with bail
fixed at $2500 in each case.
Fell Through Chute
While at work on the roof of the oil
refinery east of the Ninth street via
duct John Rouchetto, an Italian labor
er, aged 58 years, fell through a chute
to the ground, a distance of about four
teen feet, and sustained an ugly gash
on the back of the head and internal
Injuries. His condition is serious.
Psychic Science Lecture
A good musical program will be pre
sented this afternoon at Ulanchard
hall at the Mclvor-Tyndali Psychic
Science lecture. Dr. Alexander J. Mc-
Ivor-Tyndall will speak on the esoteric
significance of the words of Jesus: "I
am the resurrection and the life." The
music is in the hands of M. Jean de
r'hauvenet and Mrs. D. H. Budlong.
New City Directory
The Los Angeles Directory company
has notified the postmaster that no cor
rections can be made In the new direc
tory after May 1. In view of the ruling
of the postofnce department that, miles*
a name appears in the local city direc
tory it will not be possible to deliver
mall, it is expected that all citizens of
Los Angeles who have changed their
address since April 1 will file their cor
rect address with the local director}
Police Will Be Lenient
The police will not prosecute the
owners of automobiles for a week or
two if they should be found without
certificate!) and numbers from the sec
retary of state, as provided for by an
act of the recent legislature. Many
autoists have already filled out their
application)), inclosed the neceßßury fee
of $3 and forwarded to Sacramento,
but have not an yet received a reply
from the secretary of state. The po-
Ucn deeire to allow ample time for this.
MAYOR DISAPPROVES OF CITY
SAYS IT WOULD BE UNJUST
He Argues That Plan Will Benefit the
Merchants on Lighted Street
but Not All Los
Mayor McAleer yesterday filed with
the city clerk his veto of the Spring
street lighting ordinance. The mayor
bases his objections to the ordinance
on the ground thnt the cost of main
taining such extensive systems of or
namental lights in the business center
of the city will be grent.
The benefit, he argues, will be to the
merchants on the streets so lighted and
not to the city as a whole. The mayor
believes that the property owners In the
assessment district laid out by the city,
which pays for the poles and globes,
should also pay for the lighting cur
The mayor's reasons are specifically
set forth In the sections of his veto
"It makes no provision for furnish
ing the necessary electric current for
the proposed lighting— although frnmed
and passed under a state statute pro
viding for the erection of apparatus for
lighting public streets with electricity
and the furnishing of the electric cur
rent for such lighting, and for paying
the cost of both such apparatus and
current by an assessment against the
property benefited by the same.
"I am Informed, and nssume It to be
true, that the promoters of this Im
provement intend to ask tho city to
provide the electric current at its own
expense, and, in case their request is
granted, that promoters of similar im
provements on Hill street and Main
street will also ask the city to grant a
like favor to them. These requests
would be of equal merit, and to grant
them all would Involve an expense to
the city of about $70,000 a year for an
all-night service, as against about
$2500 a year, the present cost of light-
Ing those three streets between the
Unjust, Saya Mayor
"The present cost of lighting our 400
miles of streets Is about $116,000 per
annum. To increase this amount by
$70,000 in order to provide additional
lights on only four miles out of a total
of 400 miles of streets in the city
would be unjustly discriminative
against the more poorly lighted parts
of the city and would be an unwar
ranted and wasteful use of the public
"The city has Immediate need for
more than one hundred thousand dol
lars for the repair of streets damaged
by this winter's storms, but has no
funds with which to do this necessary
work. Under these circumstances, I
think that the ordinance should be
amended so as to provide that the cost
of furnishing the current for lighting
the lamps in question should be borne
by the property to be especially bene
fltted by the Improvement."
Christian Science Speaker
Edward A. Kimball, C. S. D., will
speak. Monday evening at Temple audi
torium on "Christian Science." The
lecture will be given under the aus
pices of the Second Church of Christ,
Scientist, and will be free to the public.
ani> CHURCH MUSIC
Cathedral of St. Vibiana— Bishop
Conaty will celebrate pontifical mass
at 10:30 a. m. Monslgnor Muglnnis will
act as assistant priest; Rev. G. Dona
hoe, deacon of honor; Revs. L. J. Foin
and P. G. Scher, deacon and sub
deacon respectively; Rev. J. Kaiser,
master of ceremonies. Rev. J. W, Col
lins will preach. Evening, solemn pon
tifical vespers, with sermon by Bishop
Our Lady of Angels— Masses at 6, 8,
D and solemn high mass at 11 n. m.
Father Caballeria will preach In Span
ish at the 9 and in English at the 11
o'clock masses. Vespers and benedic
tion at 7:30 p. m.
St. Joseph's— Solemn high muss at
10:30 a. m. Rev. Raphael Fuhr, O. F.
M., the piistor, will preach In German.
Solemn vespers at 7:30 p. m.
St. Vincent's— Masses at 5:30, 6:15,
7:30, 8:30, 9:30 and solemn high mass at
10:30 a. m. Very Rev. Dr. (Mass, C. M.,
celebrant ; Rev. P. A. Flnney, C. M,,
deacon; Itev. H. J. O'Connor, suh
rleacon. Rev. F, X. McCabe, C. M., will
preach the sermon.
Church of the Sacred Hear^ East
Los Angeles — High mass at 10:30 a. m.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
Ht. Thomas the Apostle — Masses at 7,
8:30 and 10:30 a. m. Rev. M. P. Scan-
Inn will preach the sermon at the last
muss. Jlev. J. J. Clifford, the pastor,
will preach at the evening service.
St. Mary's, Boyle Heights— High
mass at 10 a. in., with sermon.
St. Patrick's, Vernon— High mass at
10 a. in., with sermon.
Church of the Blessed Sacrament,
Hollywood— Solemn high mass at 10:30
a. m. Bermon by Rev. D. W. J. Mur
phy, the pastor, on "He Is Risen." Pre
ceding the mass the new pipe organ
will be blessed. At the vesper service
at 4 p. m. Dr. John Loretz will give an
Kt. Agnes'— Closing of mission by
Revs. Mulligan. B. J., and lilckey, 8. J.
Solemn mass at 10 a. m., with sermon.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1905.
ST. VINCENT DRAMATIC CLUB WILL PRESENT THE COMEDY, 'THE SECRETARY PRO TEM'
I "The Secretary Pro Tern" will be pre
sented next Wednesday evening by tho
St. Vincents' Dramatic club in the
Father Meyer Memorial hall of St. Vin
cents college. The young people who
will take part have been trained for
the production by Rev. F. X. McCabe,
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, with
Wrstlako Methodist— Rev. W. H.
Rider, pastor. Morning, "The Chris
tianity of the Resurrection." Evening,
praise service by the choir.
University Methodist— Uev. E. A.
Henley, pnstor. Morning, Sunday
school service, with address by the
pastor. Evening, sacred praise service
by the choir.
Boyle Heights Methodist— Rev. "W.
L. Sterling, pastor. Morning sermon
by the pastor. Evening, Enster Sun
day school exercises.
Newman Methodist— Rev. G. E. Fos
ter, pastor. Morning, sermon by Dr.
Adklnson. Evening, Sunday school
Hamilton Methodist— Rev. C. V.
Cowan, pastor. Morning sermon, "The
Sepulchre in the Garden." Evening,
Sunday school exercises.
Vincent Methodist— Rev. B. C. Cory,
pastor. Morning. "The Lily." Even-
Ing, choral service.
Trinity Methodist, South— Rev. E. P.
Ryland, pastor. Morning, sunrise
prayer meeting at 6 o'clock; 11 o'clock
service, "Life Through Death." Even-
Ing, Mrs. Campbell will speak.
Union Avenue Methodist— Rev. W. C.
Botkln, pastor. Morning, "The Resur
rection." Evening, Sunday school ex
St. Paul's pro-cathedral— Holy com
munion at 7:30 and 9 a. m., with morn
ing prayer and sermon by Dr. Wilkins
at 10:30; 4 p. m., administration of
baptism. Evening, Sunday school fes
St. John's— Rev. L. B. Rldgely, rector.
Morning, choral eucharist at 6 o'clock;
celebrations of communion at 7:30, 8:30
and 10 o'clock, the latter with sermon
by the rector. Evening, choral even
song, 7:30 o'clock.
Church of the Epiphany— Rev. Wal
ton Hall Doggett, rector. Morning,
communion, 7:30 o'clock; morning
prayer with sermon by the rector on
"The Risen Life" at 10:30 o'clock.
Evening, Sunday school festival.
St. Athanasius' — Rev. Stephen Sher
man, rector. Morning, "Fore Gleams
Christ Protestant Episcopal, Flower
street, corner of Twelfth— Rev. George
Thomas Dowllng, D. D., rector; Rev.
Charles Naumann, assistant minister.
Holy communion with sermon by Dr.
Dowllng, at 11 o'clock, "Joy Cometh In
the Morning," and Easter sermon.
Easter sunrise communion at 6:45
o'clock. Children's Enster carol ser
vice, with addresses by Dr. Dowling,
Rev. Mr. Naumunn and others, at 7:30
In the evening.
First Christian church— Rev. A. C.
Smither, pastor. Morning sermon by
the pastor. Evening, praise service by
Magnolia Avenue Christian— Rev. J.
P. MeKnlght, pastor. Morning, "The
Upward Gaze." Evening, "What We
May See In the Open Tomb." First
service In the new church, corner
Twenty-fifth street and Magnolia
Boyle Heights Christian, A. O. U. W.
hall— Rev. W. L. Martin, pastor. Morn
ing, "The Resurrection." Evening,
"What Is Your Life?"
First Presbyterian— Uev. Frank De-
No Better Piano Made
No .Mailer Wliul II Cost*.
Wit Hank Our Keimlutinn uf Fifty
Veurit In tin- Hi,, in,,, un «!i«
Come iiml KFt » "in. Nhert uf Music
Ir.'i- anil hour the llriggs riuuu. It
speuks fur lUrlf.
A. G. Gardner Piano House
U8 Winston Btrcft!
t coNe 6 *//&Ajr
f 33c y«r <lox. ami uu.
MISS KATHERINE CREED, AT
THE LEFT, MISS GRACE DU
CASSE, IN THE CENTER, AND
C. M., vice president of the college, who
takes an active interest In the club as
The comedy Is In three parts and
promises to be a marked success. This
will be the second play given by thin
club. The members nre all possessed
of much talent and have received ex
cellent, training. Following Is the cast
Raymond Shepherd, retired merchant
— .lames Hanley,
Oscar Wolcott, nephew — Kdwln Hooth.
Henry Leslie, secretary pro tern—
Dr. Adolphus Blank— Gabriel Dur
Witt Talmage, pnstor. Morning, "Ens
ter Lilies." Evening, "Resurrection
Grand View Prosnyterl;in — Rev. Al
vah Grant Fcwsondon, pastor. Morn
ing, "If Christ J?e Not Risen." Even-
Ing, ordination nnd installation of new
First Cumberland Presbyterian— Rev.
W. D. Landis, pastor. Morning, "Im
mortality of the Soul." ICvenlng, praise
service by tho choir.
Welsh Presbyterian. 43rt Crocker
street— Rev. E. P. Thomns, pastor.
Morning, preaching by pastor. Even-
Ing, Easter exercises.
First Congregational — Morning ser
vice at 11 o'clock. Twilight communion
at 5 o'clock and reception to members.
Olivet Congregational — Rev. B. F.
Roller, pastor. Morning, address by
Miss Mnry Porter, missionary, from
China. Evening, Melville Penny will
give stereoptiron views.
Bethlehem Institutional church— Rev.
Dana W. Bartlett, pastor. Morning,
address by M. Penny. Evening, Miss
Porter will speak.
Central Baptist — Rev. A. S. Phelps,
pastor. Morning, "Christian Seed."
Evening, Sunday school exorcises.
Immanuel Baptist — Rev. W. C. Clat
worthy, pastor. Morning, "The Empty
Sepulchre." Evening, "Hours of
Crises; or tho Shadow on thfi Dial."
First English Lutheran — Rev. Her
bert J. Weaver, pastor. Morning, "The
Power of the Resurrection." Evening,
Sunday school service.
German Evangelical, Twelfth and
Hope streets— F. Cordes, pastor. Morn
Removal Sale ...
About May 1 we will remove from our present location to
359 South Broadway
In the Grant Building. During the month of April our entire Btock of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelery
will be sold at greatly reduced prices. We intend to make prices so low
that we will practically clean up our stock, so we may open our new
store with entire new goods. It will pay you to investigate before spend-
ing any money for jewelry. Every article proportionately reduced in .
LADIKS' WATCH, $10.00. A gold-filled, twenty-year case, very hand-
EfIrTDQAN Manufacturing Jeweler
• XJiJ>IVOV/11, 1 18 North Spring St..
Did You Get Left, ?
Tho past week furnishor] several strenuous performances
In our midst. To those who were not present we appeal
fur patronage. The money that you saved will enable
you to procure many useful articles for homo comfort
that you might have had to wait for. We are unpack-
ing now goods daily that will Interest buyers of good
Broadway Drapery &
no c^ n b.^ e 447 S. Broadway
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VlAif lirtrif Pain ' can h """" ly lwom ""' nd lhe «™ k ««■»
W ILIIUUL r dill attention aoooriled the patrou at the I'ca-
100 North Sprln, /*= -"«" |^£"^~ ""
We furnish our time FIIEI3 and you :m KiiKonuie ituud.
pay only a trifle more than ACTUAL.
COST of material u»ed. All work j havc hßl| n . own work U( lle at tllc ,,„.
and material guaranteed to be the |,iy. i>,iu.,i ]> lr |on, ami am my much
very beet. Come and iee for your* h.mw.i with tha wuy I »u» iinmiV.i mui
•elf and be convlncsd. 'I'* «■"■'< »»» J"»*- Kntiieiy n^iufactgiy.
Also, open evenings and Sunday I* i.L'UBRMan,.
forenoons. I'annaena, O»l.
tiOßttn, servant— August Gtterclo.
Hessle— Miss Marguerite Banks.
Mrs. Shepherd, wife of Raymond-
Miss Catherine (.'reed. '
rtachael Shepherd, a spinster — Mlas
Grace Dv Casse,
J-ifMiii Hentley — Miss Catherine Flood.
iiiK, 10:30, Easter exercises. Evening,
dedication of new pipe nrfran by the
pastor, followed by sermon by the Rev.
Strangers' Friend society, Rurbank
hall — Easter service at 3 p. in., with
specliil music. Home phone service
for Invalids, 8162.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
BACK FROM BULLFROG
Messrs. C. W. Baker, S. T. Kelsey.
jr., and C. E. Mesklmoii have just
returned from the Goldfleld and Bull
frog district, Nevada, where they pur
chased some claims In closo proximity
to a big producer in each camp.- They
are Incorporating under the name of
Vaada Mines Promotion company, nnd
now have very artistically furnished
offices on the second floor of the Her
man W. Hcllman building.
First Congregational church, Hope,
near Ninth street— Easter musical ser
vices 11 a. m. H. J. Stewart's can,
tata "Victory" will bo given 'by
the regular quartette, assisted by Mrs.
Grenell, soprano, and Miss Longstrcet,
contralto, and the second quartette.
Mr. Harry Clifford Lott, bass, will Hlng
"Hosannn," by Jules Granler, by spe
SO. CALIFORNIA TRANSFER CO.
Trunks. 25c. up; pianos, furniture and
merchandise moved. We store and ship
:.' low rates. Tels. Main 3816, Home
2184. 31" West Second street.
Tbe Antrim Hotel Grill
The Miect dining placa or tno city. Loomli
1 You Should Give
| More Consideration
I To Your Carpet Buying
I Than To Your Dress
f^^^JARPETS, you know, are bought to last for about
H vjtttA ten y earSl Your dress 19 often changed in a
ULs^Ni season< That's why you should select your
Qg) |l»g>iogj| oor cover j n g w ith the greatest care.
I w We give more time than the usual buyer when we are
>«y buying our goods and we are just as ready to give you the
w time. We consider that in giving you the perfect satisfac-
w tion you wish and are entitled to we build for the future.
While we are always very busy, no one ever leaves
«b' our store until the best of the market in great variety" is
w shown. You are one who will enjoy this courtesy in a
w businesslike manner — and the price is certain to be right.
| How Are Your Draperies ?
>& Are they" right— the proper style, hung as they should
j|c be ? Are you satisfied with the price you have paid for
W You will find with us that you get the modern articles,
Sx well matched, well hung, and you don't pay excessive
|jc prices. We believe that you like to do business along
>x these lines and we feel assured that your future patronage
will come our way.
(|) 3/2 r3/4- <£.(Bf?OADWA/~
H /^jtyM^^' 'W'"* "'** 4 **T Aa' AIR PRICE
I rilv i I A y° u are as cons^ era t e of -
| £Z±ssxA<[E?Q? your home furnishings when it
» — ~-j^^^ comes to the bedroom, you will
I /^-^W^ debate with yourself about ~
I I^r*=^%) where you should go to select _
I the nicest and best at a reason-
1 ably low price. You will answer your own _
I query by saying that there is only one place for
|- you to go — that is this store.
i- Our new bedroom furniture, including every -
1 imaginable article from the dainty slipper rocker _
I to the most magnificent suit, you will find here
I Our Dining Room Stock
I Is unbroken. It is as near complete as any first-class
S~ house could plan for. We have always made special ~ .
f| efforts to supply our patrons in
i " ~*~~^ this line. Every new idea of con-
El— SBljP- struct * on * s represented in our _
| ijifg^ stock. We are just as anxious
i~ M ./sJiwfflfcv-Jif t ' iat suc h snou ld be the case as ' ~
I *sfew* BSs^ s *^ if you nee( j goods in this line
| . this week, you may be assured ~
| thit you will have modern patterns, coupled with low prices.
1 Odd Parlor Pieces
I- \Ve buy largely complete parlor suits of three and five
1 pieces. When one piece of a suit is sold, the rest of the -
■~ suit as an entirety has lost its , r
I value and we are willing to get §^^fi(lll^('iioiifl -
I the cost out of the articles in a . oS#|/ 'MI ''''': _
B- broken suit. fi|3fflJ I . I i
| We Have • jSifpll ! ' lj 4 ®
jj j , /y*^*^ .^flPjjl ll "'"''l' l"'l1"Hillll "'l1"Hillll ll"'lll"-l l"'lll"- l Y l f
|_ Ordered More 'wf^^\(( (w^ii
| There are three car- *__ Q^ !;3Ba J,,|'lJ ] -
I loads of the very best B'^nT^ " "^"^/sKfti
|_ and newest coming. p|||i/M/||M
| We will therefore sell W
I- the odd pieces on our W }bv 11
I floors for the merest -^>'^ ~
J- consideration. If you W^^**~ 0 ' '^^fissF'^^
H have a place for an \yjfl
■ odd piece in your cS***"^ _
1— house or office get it here this week.
L Niles Pease
I Furniture Co. .
I *39-41-*3 South Spring Street, Los Angeles -
Refrigerator Talk No. 1
AluKku Itefrigerutors are constructed Jn one of the largest • }
and best e<iul|)ped refrigerator fucturlea In the world. .Bet-
ter ii'l'rlgiTitiiiiM cunnot be inude.
CASS <& SMURR STOVE CO., 3 14 S. Spring St>
Use the Herald Liners and Prosper