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SERAPHS NARROWLY ESCAPE
SEALS WIN IN THE SIXTH
Baum Weakens for One Inning and
the Harrialtea Hammer Him for
Three Runt— Vlaltora Play
Errorless Game '
Standing of the Clubs
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
raeorrm 64 31 23 .5.4
Pan Francisco M 29 2i .518
Oakland M M 2« .»1S
J,os Angeles 52 2S 27 .481
Portland X 23 27 .Ist
Seattle «i -1 30 .ttf
San Francisco, 3; Los Angeles, 1.
"Jimmy" Whnlen was just a trifle too
much for the Seraphic stickers yester
day afternoon. "Chames" had with
him an abundant assortment of choice
goods of the deceptive variety, and this
fact combined with a brace of untamed
decisions handed down by J. Ira Davis
tied up the game for the northern gen
tlemen of the mlt.
"Bones" Baum slipped 'em over for
the natives, and with the exception of
the sixth period was effective. For the
opening five innings It was a shut out
game, but how the Seals did go to our
Mr. Baum In that fatal round.
The mighty 'Frisco twlrler himself
■was the first laddie to manipulate the
billet, but was pensioned on a dinky
pass into Tim Flood's mit.
Waldron followed with a slap which
singed Baum and then hied out to the
amldship garden. Spencer bounced one
to Smith and beat out Jud's fire to
Dillon's cushion. Wheeler couldn't
make use of the first bag on an easy
Infield poke, but Hlldebrand followed
up with a fatal rip over the third patch,
yards out of Jud Smith's reach, and
Spencer dented the rubber.
Hlldebrand up and grabbed Tim
Flood's pillow, and came around a mo
ment later when Irwln rapped one down
to the Seraphic second baseman which
Timothy failed to handle with his usual
certainty. Nealon also settled on the
first angle through the generosity of
Toman In handling a torrid grounder,
but Capt. Gen. Parke Wilson expired
on a lift to Curtis Bernard in center.
This five point sousing of Baum's of
ferings gave the second seance to the
Seals, for they couldn't do anything
Whalen Weakens in Ninth
It was in the ninth that the Angels
escaped the calcimine brush, and a
two horse poke applied at the right
moment would have handed us the
game. But it wasn't forthcoming and
the men of Morley had to be content
with their forced run. Dillon led oft
the lost desperate attempt, beating 1 out
a poke to Irwin, but Cravath disap
pointed his backers by hammering the
atmosphere. "Kitty" Brashcar sus
tained his reputation of being a pinch
sticker by clouting out a double to
right, putting Dillon on the last pillow.
"Jimmy" Toman made a very lame and
abortive attempt to reach the leather
into the pastures and went to the
Helnie Spies stood up with fierce de
termination, but Whalen singed him on
the supports and the Teuton went to
first, thereby putting three lusty
knights on the patches.
Ross went to the plate in place of
Baum and stood up to finish it all with
one fell swoop. But Arthur never had
a chance, for Whalpn unwound four
of the bad ones and forced Dillon over
for the Seraphs' lone run of the game.
The Seraphs had a nice chance to
score in the fourth cut off by a nifty
double. Dillon opened the action in that
period by rapping one to Gochnauer,
which the little short endeavored to
Bather in with one paw. The ball got
away from him and Dillon trotted along
to the second station. Cravath nudgeri
Dillon along to third when he laid down
a sacrifice to Nealon.
Brashear's Poor Strategy
Brasher followed up with another and
dumped the sphere in front of the plate.
Wilson hove it down to Nealon, putting
an end to Brashear's progress, and
Nealon flashed it back to his captain
and Dillon was put out of action at the
rubber. Brashear'n bunting with one
down and the third sack occupied was
puerile in the extreme, if he had tried
to place it out of the lot It is a safe bet
that we would have another run to our
credit, for Brashear can generally be
depended upon to connect with thfc
George Wheeler worked on second for
the Seals yesterday and pscaped with
out a black mark. The visitors playe'l
nn errorless game and "Jimmy de
AVhnle" was dragged out of several
rather uncomfortable positions by the
classy work of the garden guardians.
How they ran:
„„„„, , ABR IHSni'O A X
Bernard, ct 4 o o o 3 o o
Flood, 2b 4 0 1 1 ? " i
Smith. 31, 4 o o 0 ■" 0
Wllon. lb 4 1 g S 12 5 0
Cravath. rf. ■• n o o o o n
Jlrashear. If 4 0 1 o 0 0 0
Toman, ss 3 0 1 i. 3 » 0
fP |p ». C ■> 0 0 0 8 » 0
"mini, I> 3 0 0 0 0 h 0
Ho«»» 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tot «> 8 30~1~8~12713~
Waldron, if 4 1 1 1 3 0 0
Hpcneer. if 4 1 1 0 1 0 0
Whfleler. 2b 3 0 0 0 1 2 (I
Hildetmind. If 4 1 2 1 1 0 v
Irwlij, 3b 4 0 10 0 10
Nealon, lb 3 0 1 Oil 1 0
WilHon. c 4 0 1 0 8 2 0
(ioc-hnauer, ua 3 0 1 0 1 4 0
Whuleu. p 3 0 0 0 1 3 0
Total* 33 3 S 8 87 13 ~0
■It"ss hatriii fur liaiun in ninth.
BCORK UV INNINGS.
laih Anjreles. . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l
Buve hlta . . . . I I 0 I 0 I 0 0 2—o
"JIMMY" WHALEN, WHO PITCHED FOR SEALS YESTERDAY
San Francisco. o 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 o—30 — 3
Base hits 0 10 0 0 5 11 O—S0 — S
Two-base lilts— Dillon. Flood. Hilflc
brand, Gochnauer. Sacrifice hits — Cra
vath. Wheeler, Whalen. First base on
errors — Ban Francisco. J, Left on basts
— Los Angelen, 8: San Francisco, (i.
Bases on balls — Off Whalen, 4; off
Baum, 2. Struck out — By Whalon, t>:
by Baum, 2. Double plays — Wilson to
Nealon to Wilson. Hit by pitched ball
— Spies. Time of game — 1:40. Umpire.
NEW YORK GIANTS
SHUT OUT BROOKLYN
By Associated Press
BROOKLYN, May 31.—Taylor's good
pitching and the excellent support he
received enabled New York to shut out
the Brooklyns today. Attendance,
R. H. E.
New York 3 8 0
Brooklyn 0 7 1
Batteries—Taylor and Rresnehnn; Me
[ntyre and Rittcr. Umpires—Klem and
PHILADELPHIA MAKES IT
FOUR STRAIGHT FROM BOSTON
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, May 31.— Philadelphia made
the present series with Boston four
straight today. Two errors, a base on
balls and two long hits in the seventh
gave the visitors four runs and the
game. Attendance, 1500. Score:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia H 9 •>
Boston 0 S <i
Batteries— Dtißgleby anrl Kahoe; "Willis
and Moran. Umpire— O'Day.
PITTSBURG CAPTURES FAST
GAME FROM ST. LOUIS
By Assnclateii Pres;.
PITTSBURG, May 31.— The feature
of the game was the exciting finish. In
the ninth inning when the bases were
full, Phllllppi relieved Flaherty. Brain's
long fly, followed by Beekley's three
base hit scored three runs, putting St.
Louis one ahead. Pittsburg then went
in and with three singles and Clarke's
three-bagger won out. Attendance,
1500. Score :
R. 11. E.
I'ittslMirg W IB 1
St. Louis <> y> 5
Batterii'S— Flaherty, Philllppl mid Car
isch; Krllum. Egan and Warner. Um
CLEVELAND ROMPS AWAY
FROM ST. LOUIS AGAIN
By Associated Press.
CLEVELAND, May 31.—Cleveland
completely outplayed St. Louis today
by the score of 12 to 4, making eight
victories for the locals. Glade was
knocked out of the box in three In
nings. Morgan, who succeeded him,
was wild. Attendance LMOO. Score:
a. H. K.
Cleveland v n 2
St. Louis 4 s 4
HattcrlcH —Moore and Buelow; Glade.
Morgan and Weaver,
HOGG PITCHES WINNING
GAME FOR HIGHLANDERS
11 v Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, Miiy 31.— New
York won from Philadelphia today
through hard hitting la the second and
third innings. Henley, who succeeded
Bender, allowed the visitors only one
bit In six innings. Hogg pitched an
effective game. Attendance 3000.
R. 11. K.
New York 8 - n
Philadelphia 3 k 2
Matt eries— lings and Mcdulre; Bender,
Henlry and fcSehreick.
CHICAGO WHITE SOX
TAKE ONE FROM DETROIT
By Associated Pi-en*.
CHICAGO, May 31.— Chicago today
shut out Detroit. The fielding of both
ttania was good. Attendance 2300.
Chlrmro a' 4 1
Detroit 0 4 2
Hitiu>rlen — Owen and Hullivan; Kitsou
WET GROUNDS PREVENTB •
GAMES AT WASHINGTON
By Associated Frass.
WASHINGTON, May 31.— The two
games scheduled for today between the
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE i, 1905.
Washington and Boston American
league teams were postponed, owing to
AMERICAN WOMEN WIN
ON ENGLISH LINKS
But One Defeat in the Third Round
By Associated Pretc.
LONDON, May 31.— 1n the third
round of the ladies' golf championship
at Cromer today Miss Mary E. Adams
of Boston beat Miss Eachus, 4 up and
2 to play; Mrs. W. H. Martin, Ameri
can, beat Mrs. Harland, 5 up and 4 to
play, and Miss Pearson beat Miss Ethel
Burnett, American, 6 up and 5 to play.
Miss Harriet and Miss Margaret Cur
tis, both of Massachusetts, were pitted
against each other, and Miss Margaret
Curtis won by 3 up and 2 to play.
Miss Georgiana Bishop of Bridge
port, Conn., American champion, beat
Mrs. A. Smith by 6 up and 6 to play.
I In the fourth round Miss Mary Adams
of Boston beat Mrs. Martin by one hole.
Miss Margaret Curtis beat Mrs. Lister
by 3 up and 2 to play, and Miss Lloyd
Roberts beat Miss Bishop by one hole
MAHER PILOTS WINNER
OF ENGLISH DERBY
Lord Rosebery's Unbeaten Cicero
Captures Rich Stakes at
By Associated Press.
LONDON, May 31.— Lord Rosebery's
Cicero today won the Derby stakes of
6MO sovereigns for colts anrl fillies
fooled in 1902, about a mile and a half.
Blanch Jardy was second and Chevalier
(liiiistrollies Signorino wits third. Nine
horses started. The winner was ridden
hy Maher, the only American Jockey in
In an exciting finish, Maher landed
the unbeaten Cicero a winner, giving
Lord Hosebery his third Derby and be
ins himself the first American to
achieve the feat of winning this classic
twice. The betting was 11 to 4 on
Cicero, 4 to 1 against Jardy and 50 to
1 against Signorino.
In the race for the Juvenile plate,
preceding the Derby, Drawlads fell and
her jockey, Evans, was killed.
LOCAL BOWLERS DEFEATED
BY SANTA MONICA TEAM
Hpfclal to Tho Herald.
SANTA MONICA, May 31.— 8y the
narrow margin of four pins, the Mon
arch bowling team of Los Angeles to
night defeated the Santa Monica five
In a series of ten games. The first
half of tho match was rolled in Los An
geles and resulted In the Monarch's
finishing sixty-seven pins to the good.
In tonight's play the local howlers beat
their opponents by sixty-three, pins. A
return match Is planned to decide the
question of superiority.
U. S. C. MEN WILL STRIVE
• FOR CHAMPIONSHIP TODAY
On the dlutnond of St. Vincent col
lege this afternoon the baseball teams
of the University of Southern Cali
fornia and Kt. Vincent will meet to
deride the Intercollegiate championship
of Southern California. If the U. S. C.
men triumph they will got the coveted
title, but the Catholic; boys are confi
dent that they will be able to ret'ilia'p
for their defeat last Saturday.
COAST LEAGUE GAME
AT PORTLAND POSTPONED
Hy A.nnciHieii Pish.
I'OUTLAND, Ore., May 31.— The
Portland-Heattle game was postponed
today owing to wet grounds.
11r1.1.-M In ||..
10 11 graved wedding invitations, mar
rlugc aiiiiounreineiiU, at homa and call
ing cards. Correct in form. Uamples
mailed free, Fine .stationery. Nodal
note*, etc. HHUborn, Vail &. Co., 357
It U HiKiiiMi-iiiit that the best selling
uiitur today is the Las Pulinua.
HOME RUN WINS
DUNLEAVY'S WALLOP IN THE
ELEVENTH DOES IT
TWIRLERS IN FINE FORM
Fltzpatrlek and Hogan Pitch Classy
Ball, but Athenians Have Bet.
ter Luck— Sixteen Men
Ry A«»oclst«(l Prcm.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 31.— Oakland
won today In a hard fought contest by
a score of 2 to 1. it wns an elcvci
Inning: contest and a pitchers' battle
throughout. Oakland made more errors
and less hits than Tacoma, but lilt when
hitting counted, and a home run by
Dunleavy in the eleventh Inning won
the game. Both Fltzpatrick and Hogau
pitched a fine game. Score:
Doyle, 2b S 1 1 1 0 4 0
Sheeluin, 3b 6 0 0 0 1 .1 1)
Nordykc, 11) 5 0 2 0 17
Engun. »« .1 0 0 I) 1 4 n
McLaughlln, if 4 0 0 0 2 (i I
Lynch, cf ;t 0 1 0 0 n 0
Graluim, c 5 0 1 0 !l 1 0
Thomas, rf 5 0 1 0 (I (1 1
Fitzpatrlck, p 4 0 1 0 2 5 0
Totals 31) 1 7 1' 32 19 -
Van Haltren, cf a 0 0 n 1 0 0
Kruger. rf ft 0 0 0 1 0 .1
Dunleavy. If 4 1 2 0 .'. 0 0
Stroll), lb 4 1 2 0 In 0 0
Kelly, 2b 3 0 0 0 0 4 0
Devereatix, 3b 4 fl 0 0 0 4 ]
Krancks. ss 3 0 0 0 2 '■! "
Lohmnn. c 4 0 2 0 !i 0 1
Hogun, p 4 0 0 0 0 4 (I
Totals 36 2 6 0 33 14 4
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Tacoma 0010000000 o—l0 — 1
Base hits 1 011210010 o—70 — 7
Oakland 0 1 00000000 I—21 — 2
Base hits 0 200101010 I—(i1 — (i
Home runs — Dunleavy. Two-base
hits— Doyle, Nordyke, Lynch, Kltzpnt
rlck. Sacrifice hits — Lynch (2), Doyle.
Klrst base on errors — Tacoma, 3. Left
on bases — TacomH, 13; Oakland, f>.
Struck out — Fltzpatrlck. R; Hopin. 8.
lilt by pitcher — Devereaux. Double
plays — Graham to Shcehan. Wild pitch
— Hogan. Time of game — 2:20. Um
pires — Perrino and Bray.
WINNERS AT THE
UNION PARK TRACK
By Associate Press.
ST. LOUIS, May 31.— Union Park re
Six furlongs— Joe Goss won, Lady
Felix second, Mizzenmast third. Time,
Five furlongs— Signal II won, Hilari
ty second, Parisienne third. Time,
Five furlongs— Dr. McClure won, Rus
ticate second, Inspector third. Time,
One mile and seventy yards—Malak
off won, Bad Penny second, Midnight
Minstrel third. Time, 1:47 2-5.
One mile— Tenny Belle won,. Alabarch
second. Moderator third. Time, 1:45 3-5.
One mile and seventy yards — Horten
sia won! Henry Luerhman, jr., spcond,
Red Reynard third. Time, 1:46 2-5.
RESULTS AT THE
ELM RIDGE TRACK
By Afsoclated Press.
KANSAS CITY, May 31.— Elm Ridge
One mile — lola won, Helgerson sec
ond. Rough and Tumble third. Time,
Four furlongs — Belboir won, Mathis
second, Lolla Gladstone third. Time,
:49. Happy Lad finished second, but
Five and a half furlongs— Clover
Hampton won, Melodious second, St.
Denis third. Time. 1:08%.
Six furlongs — The Lady Rohesia won,
Silent Waters second, Hush Reuben
third. Time, 1:14%:
Five furlongs — Clifton Forge won,
Dondomo second, Ed Ball third. Time,
Seven furlongs, selling — Potrero
Grande won. Sweet Tone second, Baikal
third. Time, 1:27%.
HOW THEY RAN AT THE
ST. LOUIS FAIR GROUNDS
By Assocluted Press.
ST. LOUIS, May 31.— Fair Grounds
Five furlongs — Mrs. Falconer won,
Netting second. Balance All third. Time,
Five and a half furlongs— Dr. Scharff
won, Eehodale second, Kildo third.
Five and a half furlongs— Silver Sue
won, Dr. Gardiner second, Osee third.
Time, 1:09 1-5.
One mile and a sixteenth— High
Chancellor won, Gregor K. second, Taby
Tosa third. Time, 1:48 1-5.
Six furlongs — Howling Dervish won,
Olen Gallant Becond, Luclnn third.
Time, 1:15 2-5.
One mile and three-sixteenths — Never
Such won, Canyon second, Col. Pres
ton third. Time, 2.02 1-5.
RESULTB AT THE
Hy Aixwlalcd PrfM.
NEW YORK, May 31.-Gravesend
Five furlongs— Green Iloom won,
Casslni second, Montanlca third. Time,
About six furlongs— Lady Anieliu
won, Tuscan second, Big . Ben third.
One mile and a sixteenth— Oursman
won, Derettzke second, Canteen third.
Time, 1:47 2-5.
The Carlton atakee, one mile—Cairn
gorm won, Merry Lark second. Spurk
ling third. Time, 1:41 3-5.
Five furlongs— Sydney F won. Con
federate second, iieldeu third. Time,
About bix furlongs— Culosbu I won.
Mi „„ ORIGINATED BT US AND IMRAUY PLANNED; i
JaigM IMWEO A 5 MUCH A 5 OUff rATRONSOEMAND.
ffiifflflPf Hiiii! EBitMiw^-
' S -Jup^i\}^>^^*' Are as e-sential to the betterment of home comforts as the home
\* f^^jj „«"""""'' ' s ' tse "» fln d fit the price we are selling them this week and the
L^***^ mr*""" 1 " way Purchasers are taking them away, it would seem that more
iirll n""""" homes have been made happier through this sale than by any
other means conceivable.
m\UnC 'v i I fj fjfiffJS A pronounced saddle seat, broad
A beautiful dark (Jnldcn oak finish. Hi Wi fj fl | Ifi (i ilfj/m/M at the arms> low bacl( '
Easily worth $6.00 <f» A rf\ wW U I UUltFrff mahogany finish, (f i £"A
torthissaic $4.uU ffmW^^&^^^^'^^mM. S|mial •p^.uU
f'jW^^S An Unusual Bargain Wp1383
BET This rocker is of a remarkably firm construction. The
Lustrous polish finish makes this a pattern is of the popular wide arm and seat. You A choice of cobbler or wood seat
decidedly good buy at fan r/\ can have a choice of golden oak or mahogany finish. In fine mahogany ji <n
our special price «P / .D\t It is worth just $4.50. * finish, special «P<J.IU
, Ikx* 1 L^nadevf, Cal.
Mosanlelle second, My Buela third.
Time, 1:11 3-5.
WINNERS AT THE
LOUISVILLE, May 31.— Churchill
Half mile — Sterling won, Antillia
second, Alngita third. Time, :48 3-5.
Six furlongs — James V won, Columbia
Girl second, Buttinski third. Time,
Mile— Princess Orna won, The Pet
second, Neva Welch third. Time,
Four and a half furlongs— Helena C
won, Minnie Adams second, Annie
Stone Taylor third. Time, :5B 1-5.
Six furlongs — Depends ' won, M. A.
Powell second, Kate Zltt third. Time,
Mile — The Cat won, Orient second.
Col. Jim Douglas third. Time, 1:43 1-5.
The disease that has done more *^ **""""•*») "FWP "MY
than any other to wreck, ruin and i^ntrlTH
humiliate life, is Contagious Bipod Poison. Sorrow, shame and suffering go
hand in hand with this great enemy, and man has always hated and fought
it as he has no other disease. It is the most powerful of all poisons; no mat-
ter how pure the blood may be, when its virus enters, the entire circulation
becomes poisoned and its chain of horrible symptoms begin to show. Usu-
ally the first sign is a small sore or ulcer, not at all alarming in appearance, I
but the blood is being saturated with the deadly poison, and soon the mouth
and throat begin to ulcerate, the hair and eyebrows drop out, a red eruption
breaks out on the body, copper-colored splotches and sores make their
appearance and the poison even works down into the bones and attacks
the nerves. Not only is the disease hereditary, being transmitted from
parent to child, in the form of scrofula, weak eyes, soft bones, weak, puny
constitutions, etc., but is also so highly contagious that many a life has
been ruined by a friendly hand shake, or from using the toilet articles of
one infected with the poison. To cure this blighting, deadly curse the
S-j, blood must be purified, and nothing will do it so
«CT^ wEf^ quickly and surely as S. S. S. It goes down to the
very bottom of the trouble, drives out every particle
feteww b*-iW °* tue P°' son an( l makes the blood clean and strong.
HHcV *nsMr it does not hide or cover up anything, but from the
first begins to expel the poison and build up and strengthen the system.
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable. We offer a reward of $1,000 for
proof that it contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book on the dis-
ease, with instructions for home treatment, and any advice desired, without
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RACE WINNERS AT THE
MEADOWS PARK TRACK
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE, May 31.— Results at the
Six furlongs — Lady Kispar won, Prue
Woods second. Foxy Grandpa third.
Time, 1:15 1-4.
Five furlongs — Cyros won, Dorice
second, .Silicate third. Time, 1:02.
Five and a half furlongs — Light of
Day won, Lillian Ayres second, Rubino
third. Time, 1:08 1-2.
Five and one half furlongs—Dun
dreary won, St. Wlnnlfrede second,
Billy Taylor third. Time, 1:08 1-2.
One mile — Gladys Belle won, Liberto
second, Oronte third. Time, 1:41 3-4.
One mile — Step Around won, Gentle
Harry second, Marelio third. Time,
A lot of people know more than they can
W% W Af\ f\ YV Is the worst dlseua
Xl 181 B 1 1 on carUi - »" tbs
II I *\W \J mW <>n.il»Bt tv euro WHEN
YOU KNOW WHAT •
n/\fO/\%T T0 DO - Many have •
Ul ll^Wfl IMj pimples, spots on tM
* »V^ A * mouth, ulcer*, falling
hair, bone pains, catarrh, and don't know it Is
BLOOD POISON. Send to DR. BROWN, 335
Arch St., Philadelphia. Perm., for BBOWN'iI -
BLOOD CURB. 12.00 per bottle; lasts on*
month. Sold in Los Angeles only by Owl Drug
C* • ■
LEGAL NOTICES i
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
OF CALIFORNIA. In and for the County of
IiOS Anselrs. Southern Pacific Railroad Com-
pany, plaintiff, vs. tieoißs Kennell and John
Doe, defendants— Action brought In the Supe- '
rlor court of . the Sta'e of California, In and
for tho County of I,os Angeles, and the com-
plnlnt filed In the office of the clerk of the said
court In the said county.
The People of the Ktate of California send
ferreting to Cieorsre Fennel! and John Doe. de.
fendanls: You are hereby required to appeal
In an action brought against you by the above-
named plaintiff. In the Superior Court of the
State of California, in a.id for the County of
\iks Angeles, and lo answer the complaint filed '
therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day '
of service) after the service on you of this ■
summons If served In the said county; or. It.
served elsewhere, within thirty days. ' .
And you are hereby notified *liat If you •: .
fall to so appea- anl answer, the plaintiff will
apply to the court lor the relief demanded lv I
Given under my hand and the seal of Ihe'.
Superior Court of the State of California, In ■'■■
and for the County of Los Angeles, this 15th
day of August, liwi.
C. O. KKYES, Clerk.
by D. S. BURSON, Deputy Clerk.
Wm. Singer, Jr., and Guy Thorp, attorneys
for plaintiff. i
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting '
TO THE STOCKHOLDKRS OK THW
Pacific I^lßht. mid Power Company:
You will ploHso tako notice that tho
minimi mooting of tho stockholders of
the Pacific Light, and Power Company
will bo held at the office of tlif com-
pany. No. K24 Pacific Electric building.
In the City of l,os Angeles, County or
Lou Angeles, State, of California, on .
Saturday, the 17 til dny of June, 11)05, at
9 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of elect*
Ing directors of hhIU corporation for
the ensuing year, mill for iho transac-
tion of such other lniKlneHs us may
properly come before the meetinir. Th*
stocK transfer books «>r th<> i-ompany '-
will bo cloned on Tuesday, tho 6th day
of June. 1 r»o.*«. at 3 o'clock p. m., and
will remain cloned until Monday, the.
lllth day of June, IUOS, at 10 o'clock
Hy order of the. Hoard of Directors.
CIIAS. FORM AN.
Secretary Paclllc Light and Power V
Los Aiirplch, Cal., May 31, 190 S.
BHALKD PROPOSALS WILL 11 K RKCEIVED,
at office of Ti fanner I'aiillo Kranch, N. 11.
I). V. S., Soldiers' Home, Los Angeltie County,
Cal., until 12 o'clock ni., June 8, 1905. and then
opened, for replatUerlug walls lv Barrack J,
lv accordance with Instructlunc and specifica-
tions, coplm of Which, with liliiiik prop.isala
and other Information, may bu had upon appli-
cation to T. J C'l'.-luauo, Treasurer.
SKALKU PROPOSALS WILL 1)13 RBCStVJDD
at office <>r "'iviiMiivr tactile Hraucli, N. 11. •
I). V. H., Soldiers' lloinu. Lo* Angele* County.
Cal., until 13 o'clock m., Ju'ie 8, iw',, and then
oi.fiit'U, for ooistruM'on of stjrage renervolr,
lv uccordanvo with Instructions ami specifica-
tions, copies of which, with blank proposals
ami iiilp.-r liifor.natlun, may bu had upon up- -
plication to T J. Cochmne. Treasurer.
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