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LIGHTING WILL BEGIN ON
CELEBRATION COMES LATER
Electricity Will Be Turned on One
Week Ahead, Say Light Company
Managers, but Carnival
In celebration of the successful open
ing of the ornamental lighting system
on Broadway the Broadway BoulevarJ
Improvement association, which was
the originators of the scheme, Will hold
The contract for lighting the system
between the city and the Los An
geles Gas and Electric company speci
fies May 1 as the date upon which the
current shall be turned on. The as
sociation desired to hold the carnival
five days later and asked the lighting
company not to turn on the current
until Saturday night, but the electric
company says the contract reads May
1 and that Is the day on which the
system will be lighted.
On Monday night then the entire new
system will be illuminated from a half
hour after sunset to midnight. The
carnival will take place on Saturday
night and promises to be a gala af
The procession, which will be the
principal feature of this celebration,
promises to be a large nnd brilliant
pageant. Quite a number of well
drilled marching- clubs are Included in
the list of organizations that have
signified their Intention of participat
ing in the parade. All organizations
wishing to Join can find proper as
signment by applying to the headquar^
ters of the association In the Blanch
ard hall building. South Broadway.
The association haß secured for the
procession practically all of the tally
hoes In Los Angeles. Of music there
will be more than an abundance, for
nearly all of the local bands and some
outside of the city. Including the popu
lar Catallna band, have been enlisted
for the occasion. Up to midnight the
beautifully lighted street will resound
with music, for several of the bands
will be distributed at different points
along the thoroughfare.
It Is particularly desired to have the
automobile division of the parade an
imposing one. To this end the as
sociation extends a hearty invitation
to participate to nil automobtlists who
will decorate their autos In harmony
with the decorative scheme of the
Japanese decorations will predomi
nate. The association's committee has
just negotiated the purchase of 5000
large and small Japanese lanterns
which will be distributed frep among
those who take part In the gala af
fair. The large lanterns will be car
lied in the vehicles In the procession,
while those of the smaller size will be
given to the foot mnrchprs.
In order to allow both pnraders and
prnmenaders r free zone, the Los An
geles Railway company will divert the
cars that usually run nn Broadway to
other streets that evening.
The large delegation nf niProhants
of Salt Lake city, due to arrive here
May fi, will be entertainer! In part by
thp Broadway festival, a plnce being
made for them in the procession.
POLICE RAID GROCERY;
FIND MUCH LIQUOR
Store of M. Bellue on Central Avenue
Well Stocked With Bot.
When the grocery store of M. Bellue,
Thirtieth street and Central avenue,
was raided by a squad of policemen last
evening, in charge of Capt. Auhle,
enough liquor was confiscated to stock
a small wholesale business.
The following is an invoice of the
goods made by Capt. Auhle:
Three hogsheads of wine.
Fifteen barrels of wine.
Twelve barrels of liquor.
Three barrels of beer.
Three cases of heer.
Six demijohns of wine.
This Is the third time Bellue has been
arrested in the last few months on a
charge of selling liquor without a
license. On each of the former charges]
he was heavily fined but the stock j
which he had on hand when raided last
evening was far larger than before.
He was taken to the police station,
■where he gave $150 ball.
DESIGNS WATER INDICATOR
Long Beach Man Invents Electrical
An electric water level Indicator has
been Invented by R. v. Staller of
Long Beach. He has formed a partner
ship with S. J. Turk and G. A.
The machine is a simple indicator of
the Hue and fall of water In a reser.
volr. The wire attachments ure on
the principle of the telephone system.
Pluced 1 in the reservoir is the circuit
closer to which are attached two wires,
extending: uny dlatunce required to a
dial Indicator in the form of a clock
at the pumping: station. The Indicator
shows the registration of the amount
of water In the reservoir.
The Mist machine has been Installed
at South Pasadena for the Pasadena
Land and Water company. The con
nections extend two and one half miles
to the pumpingr plant. This machine
has proved very successful..
Th. »raok» that »mok«.-La, falma* clear*.
| Woman's Clubs
Highland Park Ebell
At the opening of the Highland Park
Ebell club Tuesday morning, April 2S,
Ml »« Horton Rang "The Maid of Dun
dee." Mrs. McNlsh was appointed to
represent the club at the Woman* par
liament to be held In San Bernardino
May 2 and 3. Mrs. Brook was np
pointed alternate. Mm. Emma (Jreen
leaf, who has directed the club work
for two years, delivered her final lec
ture In the "California History"
course. Her mibject was "How Cali
fornia Came Into the Union." The
Highland Park Ebell club Is the first
club to take the full course of lectures
and enthusiasm for the lectures and the
lecturers has grown with each meeting
As a climax to the season's work along
this line, Tuesday evening, May 9, Mrs.
Greenleaf will give her famous stere
optlcon lecture on "California Old and
New." Next Tuesday morning she will
make the club a present of a lecture,
the subject of which Is to be a sur
prine. May ft the club will visit Charles
V, Lunnnls' Interesting home.
Club to Present Play
The Garvanza Dramatic club will
present "The Royal Runaway," Tues
day evening. May 8, at Miller's hall.
The proceeds will be for the benefit of
the Oarvanza Improvement association.
Following is the cast of characters:
The Princess, Miss Wllkes; Inn Keep
er's Wife, Miss Pearl Judson; Betty,
the princess' maid, Miss Lillian Har
nlschfeger; the Duke, Edward Max
well; the King, Francis Bacon; Hen
relch, the coachman, Ernest Collins;
Inn Keeper, Edward Wyatt; Rando,
Suffragists to Meet
The Equal Suffrage association will
hold a meeting at 2:30 next Monday
afternoon in the Woman's club build
ing. Mrs. Phllanda Spencer will tell
about work in the northern part of
BOY BURGLAR GETS
FIVE YEARS' SENTENCE
Louis Schultz, Known as Fashionable
Lodging House Thief, Pleaded
Guilty to Many Charges
Neatly attired In his best suit of
clothes and with an air of Indifference
In his manner, Louis Schultz, known to
the police as the gentleman burglar, ap
peared in Judge Smith's division of the
superior court yesterday morning to
answer the three charges of theft.
Since his arrest and incarceration by
Detectives Walsh and McNamara
Schultz has never ceased to lose hope,
and he went to the court room yester
day In full expectancy of being let off
easily, but his youth and good looks
failed to make an Impression upon
Schultz Is alleged to have committed
nearly a score of burglaries in Los An
geles, two In Pasadena and eight in
Oakland. For the last offenses he served
a short term In the reform school at
San Francisco, hut escaped from the re
formltory and started to work in Los
Angeles, with the result that the detec
tives were kept guessing several months
as to the Identity of the fashionable
rooming house plunderer.
"I have an old mother who Is entirely
dependent on me for support," said
Schultz, as he faced the judge, "and ask
that my sentence he made light, ns she
will have to suffer if I am taken from
The plea failed In Its purpose and
Schultz was sentenced to five years in
I rehuced my weight n pounds, bust
8 inches, waist 6 inches and hips 9
inches In a short time by a guaran
teed harmless remedy without exercise
or starving. I will tell you all about
It. Enclose stamp. Address, Mrs. A.
C. McFadden. San Gabriel. C'ai.
I've a r»fllns fnr yoti_l^ B Talmas clear..
I $5000 in Gold Free
If the Following Statements Are Not True
Claims and HAS a Daily Circulation of
25,620 SiSE 31,625
This is Guaranteed by $5000 in Gold, and all Contracts are made on this Basis
But Best of All As a Final Test
The iierald'a circulation books ure , /lS a * lna * Xe!s l
open at ull times to every adver- " '" allow all Its advertisers and
tlter or prospective patron, und putrons to gee the mall room re-
i» o i fnl< v«f —-■■-■ Ports and see WHKHE KVKRV
JSCIICI let AVn . PAPER OOE3-HOW MANY AND
The Herald will allow all adver- . " WHERE!
Users or prospective patrons a NOW
privilege never before accorded by *"-»»»
Hny other newspaper on the Pacific If we have what we claim we are
coast of seeing the press run and entitled to the business of every
keeping tab on every paper printed, legitimate advertiser in Los Angeles,
If Not, You Get the $5000 S^HS^HS/a
7 • "r w wv v —mid ullliiiut prevlout notice.
If You Want to Know the Truth, Here It Is
Respectfully, HERALD COMPANY.
LOSANGELFS HEPALD; SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1905.
NEW COURT ROOMS
READY FOR JUDGES
ANNOYANCE OF PAST FEW
WEEKS AT AN END
DEPARTMENTS ARE ASSIGNED
Two Additional Chambers Opened on
the Third Floor of County Build.
Ing, to Be Occupied :■
After several weeks of confusion nnd
annoyance to the various Judges and
clerks of the Los Angeles county courts
v final arrangement has been estab
lished and the new judges recently ap
pointed to have Jurisdiction In this
county will establish themselves In
their new court rooms Monday morning.
Kor the present, however, Judge Bord
well will take charge of Judge Trask's
court in order that the latter may enjoy
a well-earned rest.
The new court rooms have been a con
stant source of annoyance to the board
of supervisors, as have the old court
rooms to the new judges. For several
weeks the Judges have been moved
about and, with their clerks, have kept
up a constant migration from one court
room to another, wherever their cases
may have been assigned.
This has caused great confusion In the
calendars of the court and work on the
court rooms has been rushed as rapidly
us possible In order that the condition
might be relieved.
Two New Rooms Opened
The two new rooms have been estab
lished on the third floor of the county
court house. Department No. 8 has been
established In the court room formerly
occupied by Justice Young of the town
ship court. The other room has been
remodeled and- will serve as depart
ment No. 7. The hoard of supervisors
has not yet determined the room to be
occupied by department No. 9. Several
plans are under consideration, however,
one being the removal of Judge Smith's
court to the county jail and another be
ing the removal of the county school
The following judges have been as
signed to their departments: Judge
Smith, department No. 1; Judge Wilbur,
department No. 2; Judge York, depart
ment No. 3; Judge Trask, department
No. 4; Judge Conrey, department No. 5;
Judge Monroe, department No. 6; Judge
James, department No. 7; Judge Glbb=,
department No. 8, and Judge Bordwell.
department No. 3.
Beck-Seely Lumber company. Direc
tors: F. D. Beck, O. R. Seely, M, A.
Beck and R. P. Congdon of Pasadena
and XV. H. Bruner of Los Angeles. Cap
ital stock. J25,n00, with $50 subscribed.
Woman's Home Mission society of the
Methodist Episcopal church of Southern
California conference. Directors: T. C
Keys, L. M. Hutton. A. C. Jewell, M. A
Reynolds, Bella. Bodkin, A. Pomeroy,
L. S. Alexander, B. Z. Van Cleve, H. "W.
Mateo Strept Church of the Nazareno.
Directors: W. S. Knott, J. N. Pauley,
Petra Peterson, J. H. Jenson, H. T.
Johnson, M. A. Cole.
Dr. Myers' First Lecture
Thp Rev. Dr. Isidore Myers, the newly
elected rabbi of Congregation Beth
Israel, will deliver an installation, lec
ture at the Olive street synagogue this
evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially
With Railway Employes
O. 8. Smith and W. F. Taylor will an
mime their new position* ns agent and
ftMlKtant agent, respectively, at River
stntlon tomorrow. They have received
their promotion* through the resigna
tion of W. R. Pollock ns ngent,
Carl Plrle, clerk nt the River sta
tion freight office, wh« abnent several
day« last week on account of a
Russell Smith, clerk At the freight
office nt River stntlon, was # off duly
through illness several days last week.
C. P. McHugh has been transferred
to the freight office nt River station.
R. A. Case, clerk at the River stntlnn
freight offlep, was nt his home ill sev
eral days Inst week.
TO HONOR MEMORY
OF DEAD SAILORS
Elaborate Preparations Being Made for
Observance of Decora,
An elaborate program Is being nr
ranged for the observance of Decora
tion day (May 30) In Los Angeles anil
A meeting was held at the chamber
of commerce yesterday afternoon to
prepare for honoring the memory of
dead sailors. Those present were: Fl.
H. Cuss, representing the chamber of
commerce; Captain E. J. Louis, th*
navaj militia; Captains J. M. Hozlou,
Timothy Sullivan nnd Mrs. A. H.
Woodbine, Hopkins' squadron; Mrs.
Idu Phelps, Daughters of the Revolu
An Invitation was received from
Mayor Kneno of Long Beach to hoM
the exercises at that place. It wuh
accepted. A committee composed of
Captain Louis, Lieutenant Woodbine,
Mr. ("ass and Mrs. Phelps was ap
pointed to confer with Mayor Kaeno
relative to the details of the celebra
The chief feature of the celebration
at Long Beach will be the strewing of
flowers on the waters. It Is expected
that one or more of the ships of the
Pacific squadron will take part in the
FOR COURT STREET TUNNEL
Northwest Residents Say Improve-
ment Will Come
An enthusiastic meeting of prngrps
slve citizens of the northwest was held
at the hall, corner Broadway and Tem
ple street, on Wednesday evening.
The project of a tunnel under Court
street, from Broadway to Flgueroa
street, was the object of discussion.
Its feasibility was demonstrated by
the different speakers and enthusiasti
cally applauded. The general expression
of opinion was that the tunnel Is a com
ing necessity, nnd preparations for it.*
commencement should be Rtarted at
once, as it Is an improvement in full
keeping with the enormous progress
the city is now making. Another meet
ing is to be held next Wednesday aven
lng Ht 7:30 o'clock at the same place.
All Interested in the project are in
vited to be present.
Cnllrd Up In the Night fnr Chamberlain's
"We consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy the best we sell," write J. L.
True & Son of West Kpplng, N. 11.
"We have customers who think there
Is nothing like It for croup. A few
nights ago a man called us up at 2:30
a. m. to go to our store and got him
a bottle of this remedy as his little girl
had the croup. He knew It would cure
her for he had tried it many times be
fore." This remedy is for sale by all
Notlre to Holder* of llt-rald Photo Coupons
* Son's studio wishing sittings on Sunday
must make engagement several days In ad
vance. All coupons must b» presented before
May 25. MOS
Ppi-ctal lot 7-foot opHqiie Rhadrs. 23c. Besl
paint. 11.50: good PH|»>r ami honW for 12
foot room, $1; laicwt variety washahl* papers,
25r; SB-ln. hurlnpK, 15c: 76-ln. 20c; tower prleoß
Molding. 2c foot. Walter Hros., «7 South
:. Removed /.
Thp wHI-Unnwn ,TRWRt,nY RTORK formerly loratod nt lIS North Pprln*
strppf, Is now Inontrd nt Ril!) fiouth Rroadwny, where 1 will he pleased to
see all my former patrons mid many new onf».
Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry
will still be Mcl nt Rvnitly rpdnrptl prlcos at thp nptv store. Tt will pny
you tc InvpfMlnfltP hoforp upending «ny monpy for .iPwelry.
LADIES' WATCH, $lO.no. A gold-filled, twenty-year case, very hand-
EtO^iM*****. Manufacturing Jeweler
• 359 So. Broadway
His Visit Fraught With Great Importance;
Comes to Tell About Bullfrog Winner
SELLING AT 15 CENTS A SHARE
WATCH IT JUMP
While in Los Angeles Mr. Jones Will
Make His Headquarters at the
Offices of the Laclede Brokerage
H. W. HELLMAN BUILDING.
ON THE GROUND FLOOR
It will be good news to every person
In Los Angeles Interested In the gold
mines of Nevada to learn that Janu-
ary Jones Is coming to town.
January Jones Is today the most im-
pressive and conspicuous character in
the great drama of the gold-hunters.
He Is well known In every mining
camp In southwestern Nevada, and his
name and fame have spread the reach
of the Pacific coast and throughout the
breadth of the land.
The plain name of John Jones, with
which he wns christened, has been
forgotten. He will be known as "Jan-
uary" Jones for all time to come. The
Goldfield Sun lately said of him:
"January Jones, having made a new-
rich find in April, has only to reppHt
the performance ten more times to
have a name as long as the year."
His First Visit Here
Something over a month ago Mr.
Jones came to Los Angeles and invited
his friends and acquaintances here to
share a fortune with him. He told
them of a new prospect which he liar]
discovered, which had as much indi-
cation of gold-bearing wealth as the
January lode which he first struck, and
which gave him a fortune as well as a
January Jones opened nn office in
Los Angeles and invited the public; to
become shareholders in this gold min-
ing prospect, and those who were full
of faith In the man subscribed to thou-
sands of shares of stock.
While this was taking place, how-
ever, Jones was not idle, lie had re-
turned to the camp and field, leaving
the flotation of the stock to Mr. Reavis
in Los Angeles, while he struck deep-
er into the earth to verify his own pre-
After He Went Back
You remember the startling news of
his $fiOO strike, and how immediately
there was such a rush to get In on the
ground floor of this mining company,
that word came from Mr. Jones quite
unexpectedly to "shut off sales of Ka-
wlch Gold Heed."
Much to the discomfiture of many
who before had doubted, but then were
anxious to subscribe, the hooks were
closed, for the whole amount of stock
tendered had been subscribed and
Immediately thereafter there was nn
advance from the sale price of 15 cents
a share to 25 cents. Today It Is almost
impossible to buy any at that figure.
His Next Wonderful Exploit
Lively as a cricket, Mr. Jones jumps
over to the Bullfrog region next, where,
glittering prospects in the Montgom-
ery-Shoshone and Benny Hazeltine
groups were attracting eager prospec-
tors and kindling a blaze of excite-
ment over this virgin Held.
In a trice, Mr. Jones located gold
as unerringly as the needle points the
polar star and the formation of the
Bullfrog Winner Mining company,
with Mr. Jones as managing director
and engineer, followed. Offers to lease
or to buy were refused. The company
resolved to develop Its own property.
Mr. Jouch and his associates, how-
ever, needed capital quickly and the
Laclede Brokerage company, of which
J. Donnun Jieavis is manager in this
city, was wired a request to float a
block of treasury stock in this excellent
proposition at 15 cents a share. •
Bullfrog Winner Offered
Such had been the success with the
former placing of the Kawlch Gold
Heed that Mr. Jones was delighted,
and almost before the public was
aware that one stock had been with-
drawn another was on the market.
Now many people inquire of us why
It is that Mr. Jones has so many mines?
Our answer Is that It is because he is
one of the busiest of men, as well as
one of the closest observers of the
Mother Earth. He has luck, too, on
hit* side, as ev«nts huve proved. But
luck is, In his case, more a matter of
sound judgment und indefatigable zeal,
or the composite effect of long searches
and shrewd calculations, than It la of
special favor with the Uoddess of
His Secret of Success
Mr. Jones Is rewarded for his work
because he keeps everlastingly at It.
He sits not Idly down because he has
made a million and lullu In the lap of
luxurious ease, but Is ever up and at
the hunt, for in that lies ull the zest
of the game.
No far he has not failed to pick a
winner, and the luckiest winner— we
think he will tell you so himself— is
Now, you may meet January Jones
and ask him these and other iiues-
tlom for yourself. You may have his
answers from his own lips. I3ut we
*^^i> Winner Jump
"If the present favorable indications continue, you may expect an ad-
vance to 25 cents any day." — Telegram from January Jones to Man-
ager J. Donnan Reavis of the Laclede Brokerage Company.
are much mistaken if he does not tell
you that the secret of success lies In
earnest application to the work one Is
best lifted for.
His place of work Is In the Held. To
others he leaves the clerical work nf
office. His pick is mightier than their
He knows his work ami he does it.
So why should he not prosper?
Become One of His Partners-
But like all good fellows and earnest
workers, Mr. Jones is generofts in
sharing with his friends. He says he
needs their help to capitalize his proj-
ects, while he develops them. At any
rate, he offers Bhare-and-share alike
partnerships to any man or all men
who have equal courage and stamina,
to take with him the chances of de-
veloping a fortune from the bowels of
January Jones wants to meet his
friends and partners In mining who
live in Los Angeles and hereabouts,
and to tell them privately and confi-
dentially what a good thing he has in
Secret to Be Revealed
Word has come from GolrlllPld that
a meeting of the hoard nf directors of
the Bullfrog Winner Mining company
was lately called in urgent session to
hear a report from Mr. Jones. What
that report was can only be surmised
from the fact that the board Instant-
ly decided by unanimous vote to ad-
vance the price of Bullfrog Winner to
25 cents or more.
Perhaps a. few days' prrace will be
allowed. But THAT RULLFROt}
WINNER WILL ADVANCE, AND
RTo accommodate the public, and to Bl WB
permit them to get in on the ground JJr
floor with us, in a double sense, the
LACLEDE BROKERAGE COM-
PANY has moved from its former offices on the fifth floor of
the H. W. Hellman building, downstairs to the main banking
floor, at the junction of the corridors and opposite the rooms of
the new mining-stock exchange.
\A %\ M eM.
/ V X*° \
f /"Best or Nothing" yft
I am prepared now to build Refrlger*
ators of any size and quality to order,
on short notice. c/llao Counter*,
Fish Boxes, Racks, Etc.,
Bone Grinders, Gowns,
e/Vprons and all kinds of Butchers'
Tools at closest market prices.
jos. Jaeger "XJ<ZT
ALL THE WHKN AND WHY, JA
UARY JONES WILL SURELY TELL<
YOU WHEN HE COMES.
Invitation Is extended to all Inves-
tors in gold minim? stocks, whether of
Mr. Jones' companies or not, to meet
Mr. Jones while In Los Angeles. He
will be at the office of the Laclede
Brokerage company in the Hellman
building every day while he stays. If
his business engagements consume
much time, certain hours when he can
be seen will bp announced through the
daily press later.
Get in at 15 Cents
The arrival of January Jones will
be simultaneous with an announce-
ment when Bullfrog Winner at 15
cents a share is to be withdrawn. We
ourselves do not know when. Mr.
Jones conies in person to tell us. He
says he "has something important to
say to the people of Los Angeles."
That, too, you may learn from his
lips, or from the columns of the dally
papers during the coming week.?: ■•"'•;./
The Laclede Brokerage company de-
slro to call attention to the fact that,
their office has been removed from its
former location on the fifth floor of the
H. XV. llellniiin building to the ground
floor in the same building. It will be
found In the main corridor near the
junction of the entranceway from
Spring street with the side entrance
from Fourth street and directly op-
posite the rooms of the new Los An-
geles Western Mining exchange.
This will be January Jones' head-
qua rters during his stay.
For further particulars watch ad-
vertisements of the Laclede Broker-
age company. "Best or Nothing."