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MORE WATER, IS
COUNCIL IS FLOODED WITH
NEW MAINS ARE TO BE LAID
Citizens of Southern and Western
Sections of City Declare They
Have Not Enough Water for .
More water Is the cry which comes
from the entire southern and ■western
portion 'of the city. The council Is
flooded with petitions and protests, ths
telephone bells nt the city hall are kept
jingling by people nnxlogs to explain
their grievances, and In the lobbies men
can be sren tnlklng earnestly with thfl
representatives from their wards.
Water 1b their only theme.
Superintendent of the Water Depan
ment Mulholland Is working with his
usual vipor and efficiency, but still tho
complaint keeps up. Why Is It? Arc
his hands tied? Does municipal owner
ship of water or other public utilities
pay? These are some of the questions
put which have not as^ yet been an
The board of water commissioners
have given out that they are about to
extend the mains of the municipal sys
tem, but that does not promise relief
for some time to come.
System Is Improved
Since the city acquired the water sys
tem the plant has been greatly Im
proved upon and further made to pay,
but It has not been able to keep pace
with the city's growth.
The people living in the southern anJ
western sections of the city claim the>
can hardly secure enough water for do
mestic purposes and are unable to keep
up their lawns or flowers. They also
point to the fact that they are prac
tically without lire protection.
Several petitions are before the coun
cil "at the present time and action is
expected in the near future. The eri
tlre question will probably be Investi
gated and aid rendered the water board
If they desire it, for the council de
clares the present condition must not
be allowed to continue.
NO MONEY AT HAND FOR
MRS. ADLER'S RETURN
ALLEGED KIDNAPER WILL NOT BE
District Attorney Announces There
Is No Fund in the State Treasury
to Pay Expense of Extradition
Jlrs. Sophia Adler, alleKPd kidnnper
of Lena Broches, the ]6-year-old daußh
ter of A. Broches, will not be brought
back to Los Angeles to face the charge
of kidnaping, as there Is no fund In thn
state treasury to defray the expense of
This was learned yesterday when
William J. Danfnrd, acting attorney for
Mr. Broches, made application at tl.i;
district attorney's office for extradi
tion papers for the return of Mrs.
Adler, for whom a warrant Is Issue!,
charging her with the crime of kid
naping. After considerable Investiga
tion it was learned that the state fund
for such purposes had been exhausted
and the attorney was told that Mrs.
Adler's return would have to be at the
When It was learned that the extra
dition fund was exhausted it caused
much discussion In court circles. The
question was raised as to what would
be done In case a murder was com
mitted and the criminal escaped from
the state. No one was able to tell
what the procedure in such a case
would be, as there Is no record of mich
conditions existing in the past. The
district attorney was appealed to and
after much thought he announced that
It Is his opinion that special action
would be necessary on behalf of the
governor in such event.
Under the circumstances It has been
decided that no npeclal steps will bij
taken by private parties to bring Mrs.
Adler back to California. Mr. Adler
expects to start divorce proceedings at
once and It Is said that he will demand
the custody of the two children.
Mr. Brothes started for Baltimore
yesterday morning to bring his daugh
ter, who Is being held by the police of
that city, back to Los Angeles.
;.. NOT BEEN SLIGHTED
Salt Lake Excursion Manager Explains
That Invitations Will Be Com.
pleted in a Few Days
The report circulated yesterday after
noon to the effect that the city council
had been Blighted by those in charge
of the excursion to Salt Lake is de
clared to be a mlutake.
Ferd K. Hule sent a message to
council headquarters yesterday after
noon, stating that the Invitations to
all the offlc-lala of the Btate, county and
city are being prepared and will be
sent to them In a few dayu. The invi
tations to the chamber of commerce
were ready first and for that reason
were sent out before the others.
Pure Food Laws Are Good
jiurnett • vanilla v pure. Use no other.
««"■'. nouno. mm *au»ryln«. l.v« I'almnx
If you Munt Io ( v <■•*(, C. Haydock '
A«eot Illlnolt Ctntr.l H. X.. 211 8. Spring. ' I
Who wouM f xchsngfl tn« merry ntA** of
thlMrftn At play, with the chlldlAM hnmfl
Miorfl thn clock tick con be heard hour
after hour In tho dull ultancA? Hut thnre
f v are a (treat many who wonid
j^ like to pwpln the ullfnt
V? house with the children tliat
* fate has refnoed them. Fate
l« often In thtu case only
another word for Ignorance.
Many a glad mother dates
her happiness from the
/fT*\ flft y **" Hrst tKifftn the
if usn °' r* o *** 01 " Plerce'g
WT » Favorite Prescription.
v^,^/ It often happen* that
■"" with the cure of female
weakness and the estahlishinff of the deli-
cate womanly organs In sound health, tho
way l» opened for the Joy of motherhood.
"Favorite Prescription" Is a speclße for
the chronic ailments peculiar to women.
It cures them perfectly
and permanently. fm ti\ 1
No other medicine can \^S^f ?
do for women ro much as vS£'i'<uA >
"Favorite Prescription." /V&JiaF
Do not therrfore let any f/fjfmm'
other me<liclno ik 1 palmed ///■Lfi 111
off on yot» as "J\i»t as IP 1 ||
•Favorite Prescription" iS»_.|fl |v\
contains no alcohol, opi- illlttSp
tim, cocaine or other nar-
cotlc. It U strictly a _Jfitt
temperance medicine. -Imlmt
"I can truly sa.vyour medicine Is a friend
of mine," writes >lni. Arthur Ilratt. o( Am-
hersthurB 1 . Ontario. Canada. "I simnothpr
of four chlldrrn and suffered eicntly attlmrs
of birth of first tlirco. When throe months
alontr with tlie last one I began to think of
trying" some medicine to oa«« those terrlblo
pains, and asked our doctor whether thprn
was anything he rould trlre mo to lesson la-
bor pains, tie said thnrn was nothing that
could help mo. I then thought I would write
to Dr. Pierce. Ho advised me to take his
'Favorite I'rpscrluilon.' I started to take It
at fourth month. I was rery weak, had heart
trouble and would faint awa.v two or three
times a day. Our doctor could not help me
and life was a drag. I would often say, oh. If
I could only din In one of these spells: but I
took fire bottles of "Favorite Prescription'
and felt better every way. Oot along well at
the time of delivery. I had heard of painless
childbirth, and I thought It must he a good
medicine that would help those pains, but I
know now for myself, and ran not tell tt plain
enough. Your Favorite Prescription ' is the
best medicine as we mothers know. I advise
my friends to try It. Baby is now four
months old and Is a strong healthy boy."
Dr. Pierce* Pellet* Cure Constipation.
Mines & Farish
315 South Hill St.
for Westlake Lots
2950 Wilshire Boulevard
MIXES & FARISH
Occidental Park Tract
Large Lob — Fronting on
120 Feet Wide
Parkway in Center
Planted and Cared for by
The Park Department of City of
Los Angeles — a Part of
Sunset Park System
Is Just West of Westlake Park,
From West 6th St to West Ist St
MIXES * FARISH
With Large Lots Fronting on
West 6th Street,
Just West of Westlake Park
Go Out Today to Our
2950 Wilshire Boulevard,
and Make Your Selection.
MINES A I'ARISH
Agents for jj •*»
Located Corner of
Wilshire Blvd. and Vermont Aye.
West of Westlake Park.
Choicest— Cheapest ■*
In That High-Class Residence
Section^ \j *".
Go Out Today
To Our Branch Office
2950 Wilshire Boulevard
If You Haven't Been "Out West"
Westlake Park Recently
You Will Be
Agreeably Surprised at the
Wonderful Improvements Being
Made Out There— When You
Visit Our Branch Office,
2950 Wilshire Boulevard.
315 South Hill St.
m\ BOL'TJI OATH l.Olxn;. NO. JJO. Y.
"'"' A. M , will iotif«r th. mm-iiii.l
TIPJT *l'-.rt« thu (Krlduy) evenln*.
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LOS ANGELES KERALDr FRIDAY MORNING, MAY a 6, 1905.
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"**^ ***"" -*~ * 111 1 -- ,Ift ju— mi^- 1-n-T 1 -tt— ir— ■" * ' ' ii»m 1 Remnant llnnth. Third f'lnnr.
I JftM en ' s $ 15 Suits tft AR Tailor-Made Suits €R fIA
JRS? Seasonable Styles AJ/O • T*O Worth Up to $12.50. $kJ • \J \J
Men's suits, made from llpht vrlßht tweeds nnd fancy Women's tallor-mnde suits, of Indies' cloth, *orKO nnd J2s*f^tlf
jMf^HßwSKjfjSv worsteds; cut In the latest style; excellently tailored mixed siiKliikp; fitted n txl tourist back coats; only one or * 2 »^^
coats have hand-padded shoulders and shape-retaining t\vi> <>r a kind; a few shirt waist suits In tho lot; fair ns-
fronts; these are remnants from our regular $ir>.nn linos. sortment of sizes; odd milts worth up to ?12.Ti0. Choke, /^VV/o^V
All «lzea from 34 to 42 In the lot, but not all pizrs of each Friday, $5.n0. j Of I I ///j\W
sty "- ''^T^^iitinr^niK cro io $25.00 Cloth Suits $12.50 (M((''r*y\
«P'«J" UUUIICJ OllllS \L Z AX Stylishly tailored sultw, made from srr K <\ cheviot, broad- \sM| / //yjkj /
WniwMßSwStm! MaSa For Men and Youths Vl/Lr «T"(J cloth i>r Scotch mixtures; both coat and oton jacket styles; V', V^vlf'^r
MmS'l^^U^aSl W^A values up to $25.00. Bargain-Friday, $12.50. VvA'^K^V^/
jMfflWSlS^^mH'L W^l\ Two-piece outlup suits, made from all-wool • // JTr\\\lfi /
ffi^^^^^B^Jß^L materials In neat colors and wanted patterns; «J»O A Q CUC-f \l/nict OR UM \\ *)*>4 ©
H«TO™r^yWW full ranKe of slzes for men nn<l younK nien . : *pO» l ±\J vJllll I TV «13l JUII3 «J>l. J\3 m \ \\ rj>
some youths' three-piece suits In the lot; value's Shirt w.-ilst suits of Shepherd plaid percale trimmed In 111 I Tujj(\
<aMwawSS^\^^BWß^ U P t0 * 7'6o<7 ' 60< Bargain-Friday, $3.48, Muck medallions; a few sample suits In liluo, (an and gray; I % llf *A
vuSMSßlmsk t <t» m rgs «t*« r» f Bood sizes; $3.4S values. Bargain-Friday, $1.98. h » I / t\
jffl^lM^^ Men ss4 Trousers $1.85 v # t sts t qr —*JL U
Men's trousers, made' from high-grade wool WCcU Lr^Wll OUItS JOC If i/^^d^^A
JHnhnk^Hli tweeds, casslmoros and fancy worsteds; just Pretty colored lawn suits, waists and skirts; trimmed with /// U \% \\\
Wmr^mM surt vt stoc 0 k : p these ln com c 'Msis'th-fridT. ti^ s nn " """" k: k "" (1 si^- " iit oniy ii <™ ° f them - -I (L \\\)\
KMSfflB Jy WSffiil h| B h a^ * 15 -°0 a nd $20.00. Trousers nctually come early; suits worth up to $1.48. Bargain-Friday, !>Sc./« > *>^ J \ 2/ \
ntimffir Jr ÜBa worth $3.50 and $4.00. All sizes in the colloc- A _ _ _ _ _,_ _ «»>-«. r> «. Sf I V^-diK •'/
mmm^MmJml tion - B"-^.™^. th . **. $18.00 Cloth Coats $10.00
ffl/Wsffl JrafflflVl MPTl's *l? 1 Vp^f« Stylish traveling coats, made from cravenette and othPr s^y*^^L,^^V^^fiV^
Ml I^l "nlf^P^ *pM.,*J\f f C 313 »//t rainproof materials; plain and pleated backs; some with V^7s. i(i f^)'f ■•[■■"* r^
nil Hill TB^Sk Men's orld vests, made from K«»id wool cloths; bolts, others without; good sizes; $18.00 values. Friday, THS^v
'Mvii/ wIkI/ /Plll3KJk remnants from our suit stock; all Blzes from 31 while they last, $10.00. — J *""Zsn
Twßey it to i-i -' > Rni "' 1 - ;i0 values. Friday, sflc each.
-- « - $3.98 WalKing SKirts $1.48 Miccpc' SKirN Worth RQr
75C Stimmer LOatS 45C Walking skirts, made from all-wool meltons * """ """" $2482 ' 48 "^^
XJgg) *wry nij(l fancy m | xtures; S(lmo kilted, cithers full Made of Kianito rloth In pretty colors; 5
Men's summer coats of crash and linen; sizes 34 to 42; 75c values. flare; finished with straps and buttons; $3.98 gore; finished with silk straps; worth
Uargaln-Friday, 45c. . . values. Friday, $1.48. $2.48. Bargain-Friday, 89c.
I Boys' $4 Suits |g| I $™*J?™j? Soa P 25c c|^ Straw Hats
An Ai ** W^t *V©>, 7^ % iM 52.00 Values
j^-_ -^ ]l * W I Good laundry soap; standard size bars; • the sort that C^ £jB l
CJ*^ 1s UBUalljr sol(1 at 5c * No telephone or mail orders. V"' vV^3i tfa't
%Q£aim%J J j^SbggS^PK Bargain-Friday, in our basement, 15 bars f»r 25c. L^stZ^sY M^ I fl If 1
Boys' suits, made from all-wool ma- I j^/f' V \ w% — J&* S^ |^ ~*9 \J
terials in li K ht weight; neat pat- I»/W V» \ flthPr R^<SPtTIPTit Karo'aiiKk A/ Men's straw hats. Milan, Manila and Jap
terns; wanted colors; Buster I i>V*W>s IMIICI UaSClllClll UO.I gdlllS /§/" bra|dß . yacnt phapea> f our . de nt styles
bloTse" S Kies Tor "litUe "cliowT 2°vl Crystola, a splendid substitute for Sapolio; Off r &T and flatlron shnpes; best of silk trtm-
blouse styles for little leiions^ ? n&Stt/ 6 cakes f0r....'. &DC . mlngs; leather sweat bands; all the new
to 8 years; double-breasted and f U' v tnnco im stvlm nnrt nil kWps fnr mpn nnrt vonthn- f? no viluno
Norfolk styles for boys from Bto / <A Wood clothes pins, smooth finish; regular size. |« Bargain Friday elchJl 00 y° utn s. *2-"0 values.
16; values up to $4.00. Bargain- j, A i J Bargain-Friday, the dozen .1C Baigain-FHday, each, $1.00.
Friday, $2.39. ,// /\ i '| Prepared paint, ready for use; all colors. Bar- tf»l in ■ £»« i\f\ C*_ --. UT«4. JO.
an X t» s, ne Jls/ ViU gain-Friday, at. cans 35c, gal. cans ifrl.lV AI.UU OtfaW HatS 45C
GVC IVnee railtS ZSC §S W Zl^tion^rult- woXsc. BO BB O arga R |n- nS ° n0S 0,/ 10 Straw hats for men and youths: Milans, .Tumnn and
Boys' knee pants, made from all- W H Friday each bargain 2/4 C Mexican Panama braids; good silk trimming; fedora,
wool materials in neat patterns: «f HB „ "**'•' '.'"," '~",'L"1 "/!'".' yacht and tourist shapes; actual $1.00 values. Friday,
sizes for boys from 3to 8 years of J W Tpa " r eoff f e strainers, nicely finished; fair size; O^r each, 48c.
age only; excellent C9c value. Frl-iM S worth regularly sc. Bargain-Friday, each */2*>
day, the pair, 25c. Wl Floor brooms, made from good, live eastern broom • T/'5c l \tt»All7 HAfC I****
corn; well finished; strong handles. Bargain- |Q r Sm*J\* tJUCIW llflW M\*
15/'acf| SilltC 9*^r» Friday, each I^*- Straw hats for men and boys; good braids; neat blocks
»" ClJll OUII9 4Ut White enameled pans, 21-qt. size; just the thing for iCQ r and full shapes; all sizes; regular 25c values. Friday,
Boys' wash suits, made from cotton materials in neat frult preserving. Bargain-Friday, each MJ\. pach, 15 C ..
patterns; sailor blouse style; suits well worth 40c. __._^ -
Bargain-Friday, z'.W. XIHWBBWBiBWWiI'iIi V^JUMUBSSSBBBSKSSSBSBBIWiIMX'knBQBBBBM H 'lWi UWWTMfWBMBBIKBntnBftKtBWttTWinVtnBWTKnTKU
Boys* 40c Overalls 23c ii — ~~ — — — ~ — ~ — — r — — - — — -
M&ißz s°,S' s r : SSsft Tk 6 Cut Glass One-Third Off ; Fancy Combs 5 t r 15c
■J' 10 - Bargain-Friday, the pair,. 2:ic. i££££ZZ3tV)h R'ch American cut glass, all sorts Back combs, hair retain- >^» Jt^*bf*-- - '•■— ~^ —^V
rXn^-\ n\%,eTwitl 'seUrrt', wafs^ band's l A fT' ,of wallted P leces = J ust the thln « for 7°' I"? mptl - /WBSSBS^\
ages 3to 12 yrs.; 25c values. Bargain-Friday.. 11/ IX. W^m ' redding presents. We're closing tmo with V.'kt mount- L^^^fn^teS
Hoys' laundered blouses, made from gooil materials; £&3& fw^yMtf^ out an immense lot at one-third ings- excollnnt values up to^^UlUlllllllillllllJ^^
values^ Ba^rgYin-Friday 4 l ° " 19C td\ iS^^r^l reduction from regular prices. 60c. ' Friday, each, 16c. UtUMUIUUUIIU'
Boys'. 'shirts, made from" good' cloths;' neat' patterns; 14 If^^^ JUlke your selectlons early - XK I 1fl " Off r Cnin Piir«PC
golf styles In sizes 13 to 14; worth 50e. Jiar- or_ T»»v ItSHfUftSK clal numbers for Bargain-Friday. *»«/!. will »«»>'" •**»
gain-Friday <fc3C if^B^^ Cnl » nurses f,,,- men ;in ,] women; imitation of walrus,
Linen collars for boys; Buster Brown and all the S^jjS iIEgS&K Wa Cut Glass On the buckskin rir calf; nickel-plated trimmings and hnll fns-
other wanted stylos; regular 15c linon col- c «/\j VBSm j^^ _ tenlngs; hundreds to choose from; neat, serviceable
lars; slightly soiled. Bargain-Friday, each «?l» TM§>«3iEi>S* ' UalCOny purses, worth up to 25c. Choice, Burgaln-Frlday, Go on.
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r^F^rKrr\ Did you ever try to deal with the German American Wine Co., 314 W. Fifth St. ? If not,
H ta M AA n do so. You will be very well pleased with our goods, in matter of quality and prices.
f* aliA%mm««% <B All Kinds of Dl> y Wines » Red and. White, from 50c per Gal. Up
V^N^K V^aJllOrilla £?. Sweet Wines, Red and White, from 75c per Gal. Up
I IAZj 8 A Selected StocK of All Brands of WhisKy, Strictly Pure
' \»~/ i May Be Seen in % Rye and Bourbon, from tin.. $2.50 Up to $5 per Gal.
g.. ; i* n ..\ n Try Us Once and You Will Buy All the Time
£>afllQ FC I(OUIC a u &y $?. Phones : Home 4388 ; Sunset, Red 9921 You Phone the Order— We'll Do the Rest
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ms L.. Ang.i.. .1 8 :3o a. M.i b.ck ag.i., .. a:io p. ™. THE HERALD WANT ADVERTISEMENTS' BRING BEST RESULTS
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NO icene Twice Seen g* «-.-»«■ I The Bartlett Cure
Stop over at Riverside and Redland. and .cc Magnolia We SUftJgXS? ..V^u* ."oT^.n.ng PaY Relit tO YOUPSeIf ' For AlCOholfalll
Avenue and Bmlley Height.. " ock *- I ' . Offlcej
Special rate, to holders of Ea.tern Excursion ■ ~ |\ot 10 tllO LflndlOfd eoonw 3 and 4, 339 1-2 S. Hill
Ticket.. A.k any SANTA FE agent Tke W-H I Bl:K llt>w IT FEELS LoS Angeles
. A R-aln IT fZ BTIT ff\ Wt^unyou." el '» y -» tl " t " ow - « we have NEVER failed to cure
I' ' .i. ■■ . ,i. I \fm IPta IJ ■ IT |H F r 111 liuy v lot In one of our tracti on perinunently. Fifteen years buc-
II I t 1 PI IJUIm U LLl V A hOme CUr *
— — _—— —^ —— — ___^ — ___« B»mJa/ Ph°**- V ' minutM out. • *-ures guaranteea.
The more you like good /"^O rJWWOtSSiI&m ; „ n *, „ur , I
thing, to e.t the better you S>>y vd'^iiv*^ s '^^^^ ____«.——— _—^ $1 Down — $1 Per Week i
*»j*" '•'^^m J^^SffiS® Curtis Parß Tract Each sloo Janss Investment Co.
/t»iri/k:v-^^J *x r utl ll u LL c "ra'r »* «« o.^^ c.». n * ...u .** Conservative Realty Co. 415.420 Mason Building
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/// wr.iMSM.93i- 263 JO. MAIM 'JT. tsv.rrtnin. you w«m rou wUi Hn<l la tM wiKSENDANdER. ttl L«u>bllo Block. ' .. - . rliuuf.— llumo 1188| Mulu 4010. .
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