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AROUND THE TOWN
Vh« Hrrnltl Will pay |1« In C»»H to Ant
Mia furnlshlnc avldone* that will l«ail »»
•ha irrwt and oonvlctlen of any p«r»on
«aucl>t KtAKilivn eoplta cf Th* Hcratii from
tha premlaaa of our patron*.
Ptr.inß»r* are Invited to vlult tli» exhibit
ft California prortneta at th« Chamber «t
Comm»fe« bullriln*. on Broadway. hn#f*n
Klrit *n<l Second «treet», where fre* Infor
mation will ba Klv«n on all aubjeota pef
(Alnlna; to thla auction.
LIVE CITY AGENTS
WHO SELL TH: HERALD
IN LOS ANGELES
norm, van nuv« nnoAiiwAV oetra
- Htnnii, 410 Smith llrniKlnnr. <*"?.
IIOTKI. NATICK new* atnnd, Ml) Wtnt
Flr*t ■Irr-rl. rllj.
HOTni. noi,i,i:Siiii;iK «<«?«■» «t«mi,
Second nnd Mprlfiff «ire*tn, rlty.
D. K. <; AltDM'.ll. ilO.f Month Hprllttt
■ »r«-«-t. pity.
IIOTKIi A NORM'S n«>vr« ntnnd. corner
Fonrth nnd Nprlno; Ktrreta, H»r.
IIOTnf, WKSTMINSTKU nerrn Mnnn,
rorne* Fourth nnd Mnln utrretd, pity.
lIIITKI, HOSSI.V>, 437 South' Mnln
11. A.,noillV, ni.l Smilli Bprlna street,
MOIV'roOMRIIY *TONB, corner Seventh
RAMONA IIOOK COMPANY, 207 We«t
Fifth ntreVt, rlly.
*I. \V. COLLINS, G33 South Mnln ■trect,
J. iI.UVAK, Hotel l.nnkprnhlm nettn
tlnnd corner Seventh nnd llronilwnr.
NKw^KnA hook cosirANY, em south
IIOI,MKS nOOK rOSH'ANY. 441 South
Mblh mtrert, rlty.
HOTKI, NADRAU new* atnnd. corner
Flrat nnd Spring xtrretn. city.
01.1V13R A IIAINES, lOS South Sprlnß
IIOTRI, VAN NItVS newi iitnnd, Fourth
and Mnln afreet*, pity.
R. F3. MOORG, 1022 Pnandenn are.
M. ISIOI.INO. corner Seventh «nd Hill
FREEMAN MSCOMIIB COMPANY. »U
teenth and Mnln utrectr.. city.
MR.*: HARMON. 104 North Unly «treet.
' city. ' '
MR. GANSERT, corner Seventh* nnd
Alvnrnilo afreet*, city.
MRM. KOHDEIiL, 188S Eamt Ftrat afreet,
RANKS A OItHKN. 1000 South Mnln
HOL.MEIS ROOK COMPANY, 257 South
Main ntreet. city.
M. A. HKNN. 61S En»t Fifth ntreet, city.
N. I,OKNNECKKR, 251 Kaet Fifth
G. WISTHBRILIi. 2448 South Main
afreet, city. -
R. A.MOS. 814 Wat Seventh aitreet, city.
E. JOPE, B2» Went Seventh afreet, city.
G. 9AKKI.ARES, B1!S North Mnln afreet,
JACOR MORTRNSEN. 813 No. Main St.
MB! WRY PORATH, 023 Centrnl Aye.
A. SJ. RALPH. 117 Commercial St.
W. !„ SHOCKLEY. ISI No. Muln St.
MAX ROTH CIGAR CO., 100 South Main
'-' street, city.
J. B. ALLEN. m4H E«i»t F"lr«t Mreet.
I.AUD A STORY. 2133 En»t Flrat afreet.
C. TATK. 2<tOO En»t Fourth atreet.
SU PHELPS. 172S En«t Seventh atreet.
M. 3. ALLEN, 3100 Enat Ninth atreet.
J. DII,ERNIA.ISO4 Eaat Ninth afreet.
A. MRTKORR. 3l» Enat Ninth afreet.
MR. ■ CUTBUSH. corner Enat First nnd
F. DEHMLOW. 2.102 Went Ploo «ljfe*>
NORFOLK STOVE CO.. 2003 Weat Pico
A. CIiARK. 2072 Weat Pico atreet.
1.. M. I.AYTON, corner Pico and Hohaon
E." B? eRURLINGAME.e RURLINGAME. SSIS Weat Pico
j/tt'cREW, 330 Weait Wnahlnßton
■ ' street. ■
A. ET.MSTEAn, 2020 South Main atreet.
H. STRICKL.IN, 20ri3 Snntn Fe avenue.
M. C. ABLE, 824 Enat Fifth atreet. .
A. ' M. DUFF, Twenty-f Irat atreet and
■ Maple nvenue.
J. K.DTIKE, 202 l» Central avenue.
DAVIS A SATCHELL. 105 North Boyle
T. J.. HOUSE, 2001 Knat Main «trcet.
,1. VALDEZ, IR2O Enat Mnln afreet. • ' ■•■
MITS. -"W. STANFIELD, 430 College
F. SCHWARXENDHL. 840 Bueno Vlato
Sunday School Picnic
131 3 The " Sunday school of the Newman
Methodist church will hold a picnic
today at Echo park.
' Petitions, for Divorce
I Petitions for divorce were filed yes
terday with the county . clerk as fol
lows: Daisy' M. Howard against Rich
's ard ;. . : Howard , and Emily • McKeeth
against 1 Lee. McKeeth. :■ ' ■
, Petition In Bankruptcy
Arthur F. Tompklns yesterday filed
apetltlon In bankruptcy in the United
States district court.' His liabilities are
$332.60 and his assets are $39.35. All his
creditors are Los- Angeles firms.
Prisoner. Taken East
• Herman Kompel, In charge of Detec
tive Sergeant Dennis Bugge, left last
evening for Chicago. Mrs. Kompel ac
companied her husband. Kompel was
■arrested by Detectives Davis and Rob
erda, -on •■ Fifth street on the charge of
; obtaining money under false pretenses
: in} Chicago.
Bought on Alameda
. The lot on the southeast corner of
Alameda and Banning Btreets, 100 feet
,on ifUameda and 200 feet on Banning,
' -has ; « been sold by J. C. Cain to M. A.
I Newmark & Co.; the wholesale gro
cers,' for $27,500. The purchasers will
erect a large warehouse on the lot. M.
■B. Merwln closed the deal.
Charged "With Insanity
, L.'; J. ■ Leger, who was arrested yes
terdayjin the Hellman hardware store
on North Main street, Is being detained
at the city Jail on the charge of in
sanity.. Leger remarked as he entered
the prison that the officers had better
keep a close watch on him for he had
" fainting spells ; since he had lost hla
; last 'million. '
Police Judge Rose yesterday morn
. ing '; fined . Lulgl Deglorges $50 on the
charge of conducting a "blind pig. 1 ' De-
Klorges was arraigned recently on tha
charge, pleaded not guilty and asked
. for v a -Jury trial. Yesterday morning
when he -was again arraigned he
changed his mind and the plea was
'changed to guilty.
Fined One Hundred Fifty Dollars
John West was fined $150 yesterday
by Judge Chambers for beating Wll
llam'O'Mahlley with a "blackjack"
Saturday night In the Iceman's resort
on Ban Pedro street. West entered a
plea of guilty and the only excuse that
he offered for his action was that
O'Mahlley would not pay for drinks or
dered by a crowd of four.
' Closing Tyndall Lecture
Dr. Alexander J. Melvor-Tyndall pro
poses to close his public lecture season
next f Sunday evening at Rlanchard
tiall.'Uaklng for the Bubject of his dls
course. the ■ theme "After Death.'! \ In
teresting demonstrations of '-mental
and phenomena will be pre
eented: and ', M. , Da Qhauvenet, the fa
vorite pianist," will render several sV
lections from . classical and . popular
HOTEL MAN SANE
W. D. MONTGOMERY MAY BE
"CONSPIRACY," SAY FRIENDS
Wholesalers' Board of Trade Learnt
That Lincoln Hotel Was Sold for
Larger Sum Than First
The prediction made In The Herald
yesterday that the trinl of W. D. Mont
gomfiry, former proprietor of the Lin
coin hotel. Who on Wednesday appeared
before the commission In Judge aibb«'
court on a charge of Insanity, preferred
by his foster daughter, would bring out
sensational developments wan fulfilled
When the Lincoln hotel was Bold July
7, ostensibly for $6900, by Z. F. Vaughn,
noting with the power of attorney for
Montgomery, Vaughn, according to his
own statement last night, had prop
erty valued at $1100, a part of the pur
chase price, deeded to hla daughter,
"In reality," said Vaughn, "the Lincoln
was sold to' Mrs. Belle McWllllamfl for
$8000. I do not believe' Montgomery
knew anything about It." • • .
It Is possible that the case will find
Us way Into the federal courts through
the Instrumentality of the wholesalers'
lioard of trade, which Is one of the
large creditors of Montgomery.
Mrs. McWllllams says she was asked
to prefer charges of Insanity against
Montgomery. This, she says, she-re
fused to do, as she did not believe
Montgomery to be insane.
Harry Pearce, a bartender at the
Pullman saloon, who formerly lived at
the Lincoln, makes a similar assertion.
"Vaughn came to me, saying that
Montgomery was after me with a re
volver," says Pearce.
Finally Miss Mary Melster, his foster
daughter, made the charges which
placed Montgomery In the insane ward
of the county hospital.
May Dismiss Charge
It is probable, with the developments
of yesterday, that Montgomery will be
released from custody today or tomor
row and will never appear for trial.
The doctors and attendants, at the
county hospital are responsible for the
statement that Montgomery is in the
full possession of his . faculties, but
laboring under a great mental ' strain,
superinduced by too frequent libations
and family troubles. For two hours
yesterday he talked to a Herald re
porter and his conversation was far
from that to be expected of an insane
When he was asked whether or not
he believed himself to be the principal
in a conspiracy, the. object of which
was to place him in an insane asylum,
that his property might be divided
among those interested, he refused to
make any statement. "I have nothing
to say at this time," he remarked. "I
wish you would tell Mr. Vaughn, to
whom I gave the power of attorney In
the disposal of my property, that I wish
to see him at once., Also tell Mary
Meister, my foster daughter, to come
"If I am not treated right— well, I
wish to find out whether or not they
are my friends. After I have talked
with them come to me again."
The denouement came yesterday
morning through the instrumentality
of Attorney Wallace .Wideman, and W.
T. Craig, attorney for the wholesalers'
board of trade, which held claims ag
gregating $5600 against the proprietor
of Hotel Lincoln at the time it was
sold. y -----
Lincoln Hotel Deal
When Vaughn made the statement
that the Lincoln hotel had been sold for
$6900, whatever other understanding
had been made as to the lodging house
at 309 South Hill, Mrs. McWilllams still
held the bill of sale made out to
Vaughn's daughter. Mrs. McWllliams
promptly said the property, valued at
$1100, was not included as a part, of the
purchase price Of the Lincoln but that
she had made the purchase with tha
understanding that she was to pay
$6900 for the hotel and Vaughn was to
sell her lodging house at 309 South Hill
fbr $1100. With this money she says
she Intended to carry on. her new
The officers of the wholesalers' board
of trade accepted as true the statement
that the Lincoln had been sold for $6900,
that $5800 had been paid out on pre
ferred liens and started in to divide
up the remaining $1100 among their own
creditors on the basis of 25 cents on the
11. T. Reed, the real estate agent who
had engineered the transfer, put in a
claim for $400 as his Commission. This
was over 6 per cent on $6900. The claim
was refused. A mild sensation was
sprung when Reed announced that he
was figuring his commission on $8000,
the amount representing the transfer.
An Investigation followed. It was be
hind clostd doors. Present were Attor
ney W. T. Craig, Vaughn and William
Cook, an attorney identified with tha
Title Guarantee and Trust company
and who had held the $6900 in escrow.
Vaughn had already told his story to
Attorney Craig and at the star chamber
session was the chief witness.
Bun Kranclavo Hotel*
. If you are going to spend a week or
month in Ban Francisco the most com
fortable way la to take an apartment
all «r*ady for housekeeping. You will
find the very beat accommodations at
th« Luxer Apts., 867 Octavla street, Ban
A cigar after your own heart— »Las
LOS ANGELAS HERALD: FRtDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1905/
"ARMY OFFICER" CONVICTED i
R. 8. FALLON BRIGGS, ALIAB
GIVEN FIVE-YEAR TERM
Plead* Guilty to Charge of Grand Lar.
ceny— Still Wears His
Still wearing the uniform of a
United States officer, B. S. Fallon
Brtggs, alias Lieut. B. S. Falconer, U.
S. A., yesterday pleaded guilty to a
charge^of grand larceny and was sen
tenced to five years imprisonment in
Brlggs, according to the story told
by Officer Roy Allen, has a long record
In his various attempts at impersona
ting an army officer. He was - released
recently from a Jail term in San Diego
and served one year In Seattle on a
charge of obtaining money Under false
pretenses. ' ■
Several weeks ago he arrived in Los
Angeles and masqueraded as an officer,
lie hinted he was to fight a duel with a
prominent club man but wound up by
fighting a duel of words with his hotel
keeper over a bill. Brlggs was worsted
and served out his bill as a servant in
the hotel. • •„•",
The crime for which he was sen
tenced was the theft of several small
articles of value from the hotel.
C. G. ■ Cookerly of the j St. Louis
Post-Dißpatch arrived in the city yes
terday on a visit to old St. Louts
friends, /who are now Angelenos. To
day, be, will be the guest of Mr. Hick
man of Troplco at Venice and Ocean
"This is not my hotel, though many
better people have stayed in It," was
the word received yesterday from Rev.
Robert Burdette, pastor of the Temple
Baptist church, from the . Tower of
London. Rev. Mr. Burdette, who at
tended the Baptist convention, at Lon
don, preached Sunday, July. 16, at
Shoreditch tabernacle, London. Rev.
C. C. Pierce, pastor of the Memorial
Baptist church, and wife,' who also at
tended the ' convention, are visiting at
the home of H. J. ClatWorthy, Weston-
Super-Mare, Eng. Mr. Clatworthiy is a
brother to Rev. W. C. Clatworthy, pas
tor of the Immanuel Baptist church of
Los Angeles. . .
The following Los Angeles residents
left on the Grand canyon excursion last
evening: Mr. and Mrs. H. Boettcher
and daughter, Mrs. John Chanslor,
Miss Birdie Chanslor,' Mrs. Horace An
derson, Miss W. Llewellyn, Mrs. Wln
trlngen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Marsh and granddaughter and Pearl
George Uhler, government supervis
ing Inspector, general of steam boat
service, with his family, arrived in Los
Angeles J yesterday from j Washington,
D. C., and is staying at the Hollen
A. C. Balch, general manager of the
Pacific Light and Power company, re
turned to Los Angeles yesterday after
two months spent in Europe, during
which time'lie visited most. of the im
portant cities of the old world.
John w. Ellis, superintendent of the
Washington Childrens' Home society,
arrived in Los Angeles yesterday from
Seattle and is a guest at the Hollen
W. Relmers of Kiel, Germany, is a
guest at the Hollenbeek. ,
. Health Officer . Or. Powers, has re
turned from attendance, upon the ses
sions of the American Medical society
in Portland and 1 reported for • duty at
the city hall yesterday for the first
time. He attended the sections of hy
giene ' and sanitation principally while
in Portland. "I am back and expect
to get to work and work hard right
away," said the doctor yesterday. "We
have to keep after the dairies pretty
much all the time. I visited the health
departments in both San Francisco and
Oakland. They are working „ for the
enforcement of the pure food laws just
as we are, but nothing can -really be
accomplished which will have 11 last
ing effect until, the state takes the
question' up and goes at it In earnest."
HOT BOX EXCITEB CROWD.
BUT CAUBE3 NO DAMAGE
A Hollywood car : on the Los ' Angele
s line afforded those In the vicin
ity of Fourth and Broadway, a free
pyrotechnical show about dusk last
night.' A rear wheel developed a hot
box so the oil and waste on -the axle
caught fire, making quite a brilliant
display. ' The passengers • tumbled oft
rather precipitately an a crowd : gath
ered to view the fireworks. No one was
hurt. and the damage .to' the' car was
Blight. A bucket of water quenched the
STRIKE DECLARED BY
SHEET METAL WORKERS
Dillpottera Refute to Work for An.
gelus Theater During Trouble
With Stage Handt
BhMt metal tvorkefs voted to strike
Wednesday nlßht nnd employen of thir
teen shops In L,oh Angeles refused to go
to work yesterday. morning. The con
tentloti of the strikers Is for shorter
hours and Increased wages. Employ
ers of the thirteen shops refuse to ac
cede to the demands.
Billposters refuse to handle adver*
Using matter for the Angelus theater
during the strike of the stage hands at
that playhouse, who assert that the
management Is treating them unfairly.
The strike affects no other theater.
Bunset Milling nnd Lumber company
—Directors: 11. L. llagerman, O. A.
fturchard, A. VI Hllen, O. H. Hilea,
Viola Burchard and Kathleen Hager
ninn. Cnpttal stock $50,000, with $30,100
Everybody* J,and and' Water com
pany—Directors: W. O. Bentley, B, S.
Garrison, M. B. Bigg", B. CI. Hurlburt
nnd D. O, Crookuhank of Ocean Park.
Capital stock $100,000, with $80,r.00 nub
Los Lomaa Water company—Direc
tors: A. M. Maddock, Edna Helen
Maddock 6f Duarte and Rusk Harris
of Los Angeles. Capital stock $50,000,
with $300 subscribed.
WOMAN BUES RAILROAD
FOR DAMAGING DIGNITY
Mrs. Jeßflle Harding is the plaintiff
In a. suit againet the Southern Pacific
railroad. She bought a ticket from
Zanesvllle, Ohio, to Los Angeles and
return, last August and alleges that
she was accused of attempting to use
a _scalped ticket by local railroad of
ficials.' She asserts her dignity and
feelings have been damaged to the ex
tent of $25,000 and that the loss of the
ticket amounted to $69.25. •;'•*'
RUDE BOYS INSULT GIRL
::-; AND BEAT HER FATHER
J. C. Duncan, 722 Judson street, com
plained to the police, last night that
his 14-year-old daughter, Vera, had
been subjected to numerous Insults by
a crowd /Of boys near his home, Last
night, the Insulting remarks were re
peated by the: boys and when Duncan
spoke to them about their conduct he
declares one of them struck him in the
mouth with his fist.
■■■ ■ . ■ ■■ . » i >«. ■■
CHARGED WITH PASSING
BAD CHECK AT CAFE
Earnest Gerhard "was arrested yes
terday by Detective Cowen and ar
raigned before Police Judge Chambers
on the charge of passing a worthless
check for $15 at the Imperial cafe. As
the accused man would enter no plea
the court entered a plea of not guilty
for him and set his trial for August 30.
One Dollar Saved Represents Two IJol
'-.-■- -, , . lar» Enrned , - .» •
The average man does not save to
exceed 10 per cent of his earnings. He
must spend nine dollars in living ex
penses for every dollar' saved. That
being the case he cannot be too care
ful about unnecessary expenses. Very
often a few cents properly invested,
like buying seeds for his garden, will
save several dollars' outlay later on.
It is the same in buying Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It costs but a few cents, and a bottle
of it in the house often saves a doc
tor's bill of several dollars. Por sale
by all leading druggists.
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Postal Telegraph and Cable company's
office,' 23B South Spring street, for W. E.
Curtis, ' Mrs. . Charlotte Kompel, Mrs.
Emma P. Heavner, George Uhler, R. M.
Hotallng, George E. Grlswold, P. B. Foye,
O. R. Cleveland. , • ■ . .■••-.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company for If. J. Miller, Mrs.
M. B. Smith, Miss Annie Edwin, Nev.
Chief M. & M. Co., Frank Murphy, Miss
Mary Wllcox, W. A. Kates, Mr. O. H.
Harrison, Cal. Bee & Honey Co., Mrs.
W. J. Irvine, Miss Martha Leslie, A.
W. Collutn, Perry Russell, Tom Tracey,
S. P. Wiley, Mr. O. H. Schens, Wayne
Darlington. •' - ' ..-■■■ ■
You may be thinking of us-
ing an artificial food for your
baby. Try Mellin's Food ; it
is a proper food suited to the
baby's condition. It is not a
medicine but a true food. ' Let
us send you a sample to try.
Meliln'a Food It Ik* OIfLT lafaßUV
Food, which rtceiTod tha Grand Prize,
the hl*h«»t award of the Louitiana Pur-
chaie Expoittlon, St. LouU. 1904. Uiih-
er ttoau a gald medal.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
For a little supper after the then- i tatiiiaf V^** 0^
ter, a dinner for a few friends, or
a quick business lunch— very handy to business or the theaters
and open dally until I a.m. You can get therm from either
Broadway or Spring Streets, coxy private dining rooms, when
preferred, and most Important of all — the omit of viands
cooked and served by the most skilled assistants.
Jill this Is true of the
* If you have been therm you know It. ..'
If not, you can easily determine,
243 SOUTH SPRING 242 SOUTH BROADWAY
Orchestral' Music MILLING* NICKEL, Props. \
■>.-■'■- - ...*.— . - ■ *' il ii ah iiaßiiNk».R>>. W« — >« ■ --■
y* V While at tht seashore or
j£z> s9 S JP\ /* J& I mauntatn r ** or * do your
J(^rrjL/Z*crfT3Ch^^S(farV-t^^ I trading by tetter.
%jr %*r BlBa»BaBiB»^Ba^B»^
Meil'S Save 1-3 to 1-2 on Last Two Days of
Goods Splendid Wash Suits Blanket
White linen lawn Shirt Waist |> J 4*
Attractively Priced s «i*». embroidered band trimming; KCGIICtIOnS
flounced skirts with panel fronts ;
A lot of high grade fancy $10.00 value reduced to $5.00. Final wind-up of our Mid-
Half Hose, in new green, White Shirt Wai3t Suits of Season Blanket Sale. We're
slate, brown, black, tan and handkerchief or heavier linen, sharing with you now the
other shades. 50c a pair beautifully hand - embroidered ; price . concessions and extra
was their price. Three pairs $20.00 and $25.00 values reduced .. , :.. . ■. .
for a dollar now. to $13.50. discounts that we obtain by
,„'.,, „ „ „ _ , . . placing big orders when the
aii .i«a— Ui* and ti«i#— in White linen Box Coat Su ts with
S^dSSi Plated skirts; $13.50 value re. blanket makers aren't busy,
stripe Undershirts and Draw- d"«d to $7.50. Such purchases result in
ers. Were best value in White linen Suits; short pleat- these savings to you :
town at $1.25; now 75c a ed coats, with fancy stitched col- $ - 50 oi. nkfit . flt s2 fi c
garment. full pleated skirts; $18.50 value *?'*? Blankets «**•?.?
8 reduced to $10.00. -Half wool, weight five
Night Shirts and Pajamas of _ pounds, with taped edges and
soft madras or nainsook. Embroidered Wash colored borders -
Night Shirts 50c to $3 BeltS 25 Cents $7.50 Blankets at $5
••»i j am « $1 wt n Uso u * m *"* WUW -85 per cent wool, silk taped^
Pajamas $1.50 to $4.50 Wagh belt 9 are i:7 , mensely in fa . endg; weight five pound 9;
Woven silk embroidered S^2fl^£S££ -cd. blue and pink borders."
Four-in-Hands— all the rage a special purchase lets us sell 50c nn * 4 Blzc# '
"back East" for negligee dress values at just half price— mercer- $10 Blankets at S7 15
—washable, and here in cv- ized poplin, embroidered in white, *■ " '.. **^
•rJrnter at fifty cents. or bab V blue wash fl ° ss - Embroi- - Pure w ° o1 ' l ! " 4 8I «. w11",w 11 " ,
cry color at fifty cents. . . dered eye! c t 8 and pretty gUt pear i ed edgeg , red and pinlt
■ ■ «>>ll my buckles. borders.
Suppose you take luncheon 225-227-229 South Broadway
today In our cool and airy
Fourth Floor Tea Room. 224-226-228 South Hill Street
While building your bouse, be sure and
In every room. ■ They are beauties!
Call and see them and arrange for
gas supply, at our new oftlce < and
store, m So. Hill street .;•■•.
Peoples .Independent Gas
f HISTORY BETTER
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO. for the past
20 years has furnished insurance at
a net annual cost of $4.54, %iA2,
J4.54, $5.41,. 57.52, $11.61, $18.57 per
$1000 at ages ranging from 25 to 55.
Compare with assessment Insur-
ance. No forfeiture. Full explana-
tions given by 1
WM. P. TRUMBOWER,
506 Byrne Bldg. . General Agent.
llOegee 5 Hammocks
1/ / Off
/ O The Regular Price
The Wm. H. Hoegee Co.
ft 138-142 S. Main St. Ex's 87^
Venice of Jlmerica •
Loa Angeles' nearest Beach City.
$300,000 worth of Improvements. The
great Venice Assembly July 2 to
Information Buitiau. 216 W. 4th St.
Cut This Ad Out, Bring vOithYou and Get
Saturday and Monday
On All Wines and Liquors
Our* Prices Are Always the Lowest
for Goods that are Absolutely Reliable
fiO A ■ fP^ ' -■ -■ af^ M_ '
7-HMt 50. spnns bt.
No Time Like the Present
And It is like making a present to yourself to buy at present if yt offering
prices a lot in ;
THE BRODERSON PLACE, corner Slauson avenue and Flgueroa street,
the great boulevard of Los Angeles. West Ftfty-etghth street runs through-
' this new tract. Within easy reach of the new Moneta avenue car line and
one-half block of tho Redondo (Gardena) car.
Home Lots $325 E^Term!
Until the new Moneta avenue car line Is running, take Maple avenue car,
to Fifty-third street and we will take you over the property in our carriage
from Fifty-third and Main street office; or , Redondo (Gardena) car to
Slauson avenue— one long block to our Fifty-seventh and Flgueroa street
Phone us first, If you can. Phones-Home 8737, 29,008, 23,337; Sunset, Red
1203, South 893.
The McCarthy Company
Main Office in Our Own Building 209 North Broadway
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