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FAVORS EASTERN
PLAYGROUND IDEA
LOCAL EDUCATOR WANTS IT
ADOPTED
SYSTEM IS MOST ADMIRABLE
Superintendent of Bchooli Foahay Re.
turns From Vacation With New
Plant for Breathing Bpot>
for Children >
Superintendent of Schools J. A.
Foshny and wife returned yesterday
from ft month's vacation spent In the
east. While away Mr. Foshay attended
the meeting of the National Educa
tional association at Asbury Park, N.
J., at which 20,000 delegates were
present. ■- ,„
Through his efforts It Is expected that
the association will hold Its 1906 meet-
Ing in Ban Francisco,' although a de
cision has not yet been made.
While in the east Mr. Foshay visited
the vacation and playground schools
and leading training schools In New
York and Chicago, making a special in
vestigation of the eastern playground
system. Speaking of his observations
he said:
"I have investigated the eastern play
ground system thoroughly and am
much impressed. I shall attempt to
secure its adoption in Los Angeles, as
I believe it to be an admirable system.
It generally requires much hard work
and considerable time to bring such
projects to a successful issue, but I
hope to see it become adopted at once."
Mr. and Mrs. Foshay enjoyed their
trip immensely, if all memories or the
Intense heat could be forgotten. Mr.
Foshay says he. had never suffered so
severely. In. all .hla life and expressed
his delight at being once more In the
glorious clime of Southern California
with a sincerity which carried convic
tion to his hearers.
FLORENCE SUTTON IS -
VICTOR OVER SISTER
Defeats Violet In Ladies' Singles for
a Silver Cup at San
Diego
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO, July 29.-The Colorado
tennis tournament closed today. The
'day was brilliant.' A feature was the
contest between the Button sisters for
the championship In the .ladies' singles
v and for a beautiful sliver cup. Flor
ence Sutton tvas the victor. Summary:
Kuss beat Scott, 6-3, 6-1; Lawrence
beat Gay, 12-10, 7-6; Hale beat Mad
den, 6-1, 6-3; Miss V. Sutton and L. M.
Sinsabaugh beat Miss Kyan and An
gler, 6-3, 7-5; Hale beat Jewett, 6-2,
e-S; Russ beat Lawrence, 6-3, 6-3; Over
ton beat Hale, 6-2, 6-1; Sinsabaugh and
Overton beat Gay and Hale, 6-1, 6-8,
6-1; Elliott beat Townsend, 8-6, 6-4;
Florence Sutton beat Violet Sutton,
2-6, 6-3, 6-2; Overton beat Rubs, 5-1,
6-4, 6-1. i : ■•?/'■:-
This evening prizes were distributed
as follows:
Men's singles — First prize, silver cup,
H. H. Braly; second, gold medal rack
et, C. Angler; third, sliver medal, Dr.
Elliott; fourth, bronze medal, G. Town
send.
Consolation — Gold medal racket, E.
Overton.
Men's doubles— First prize, silver
medals and gold medal rackets, Sinsa
baugh and Overton; second, gold medal
rackets. Gay and Hale.
jj Women's singles — First, silver cup,
Miss F. Sutton; second, gold medal
racket, Mlsa V. Sutton.
Mixed doubles— First, silver medals
and gold medals, Miss V. Sutton and
Sinsabaugh; second, silver medals,
Miss Ryan and Angler.
BREAKS RECORD ON RUN
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
G. H. Hensley Covers 470 Miles In
Twenty-One Hours and Fif
teen Minutes
In a race against time, remarkable
for the facf that the trip was entirely
without accident, G. H, Hensley broke
all previous automobile records between
San Francisco and Los Angeles when
he drew up at Broadway and First
streets last night at 7:30 o'clock, having
completed the distance of 470 mllos^.lo
twenty-one hours and fifteen minutes.
He left San Francisco at 10:15 Friday
night.
The record up to this time has been
held ,by L. A. Nares, who made the
trip ten days ago in twenty-four hours
and fifty-four minutes, driving a thirty
horse power Pope Toledo.
Hensley drove a fifteen horse power
White steamer, 1905 model, and carried
•with him three j companions, H. B.
Ityus, the Los Angeles - agent of the
machine, A. . H. Pletenburg and Gus
Selgfreld, both of San Francisco.
At 9:30 o'clock last night, with two
companions he started on his return
In an effort to break the round trip
record.
During the run bet three Btops were
made, these being necessary to take on
gasoline. Between Jolon and San Luis
Oblspo a speed of nearly sixty miles an
hour was maintained and on shorter
stretches this was often equalled or ex
ceeded.
Big Catch of Fish
In the time that Is ordinarily given
for a woman's afternoon reception Wil
liam > ( ; rahani of Santa Barbara, 6. P.
Knott and A. A. Felton caught 800
pounds of flan with rod and reel yes
terday, fishing from a launch in the
waters of tba bay.
SUPT. JAMES A. FOSHAY
SYSONBY WINS RICH -
BRIGHTON DERBY STAKES
On Books at One to Pour, Keene's
Great Colt Nexer Has to Be
Extended
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 29.— Leading from
start to finish James R. Keene's Syson
by, at 4 to 1 in the betting:, today won
the »16,000 Brighton Beach derby at
Brighton Beach, defeating Agile by
four lengths. The time for the one and
a half miles was 2:33 1-5.
The Brighton Beach summer meeting
came to a close today and a bis crowd
was in attendance, fully 25,000 people
being at the track to take advantage of
the last day of racing around New
York until August 26. Results:
Five and a half furlongs — Vino won,
Larable second, Flavlgny third. Time,
1:07 2-6.
Steeplechase, about two miles— Dick
Roberts won, Grandpa second, Flying
Machine third. Time, 4:21.
Handicap, six furlongs — George C.
Bennett won, Single Shot second, Quo
rum third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Brighton Derby, mile and a half"
Sysonby, 126 (Nichols), 1 to 4, won;
Agile, 126 (Martin), 7 to 2, second; Pas
adena 113 (L. Smith), 200 to 1, third.
Time, 2:33 1-5. Three starters.
■ Mile and a sixteenth — Jetsam won.
Head Dance second, King Cole "third.
Time, 1:44.
Six furlongs — Robador won, Don
Royale second, Teacress third. Time,
1:14. - .
HOW THEY RAN AT THE
LATONIA PARK TRACK
CINCINNATI, July 29— Latonia re
sults:
Six and a half furlongs — Robin Hood
won, Delagoa second, Pontoc third.
Time, 120 4-5.
Seven furlongs — Havllnnd won, Burch
Broom second, Six Shooters third.
Time, 1:26 2-5.
Mile and an eighth— Alma Dv Four
won, Coruscate second, Ara third.
Time, 1:62 2-5.
Five and a half furlongs — Zelnap
won, Orbicular . second, Leta Duffy
third. Time, 1:08.
Five furlongs— Malleable won, Mar
vin New second, Sea Mate third. Time,
1:01 4-5.
Mile and a quarter— Hot won, Axares
second, Joe Ross third. Time, 2:06 3-5.
SUMMARY OF YESTERDAY'B
CARD AT IRVINGTON
PORTLAND, July 29.— Results:
Four furlongs— lsebeau won, Honey
Boy second, Smiler third. Time, :A9}i.
Five furlongs, handicap, value. $600—
Arestellator won, Rain Cloud second,
Santeen third. Time, 1:03.
Six furlongs— Birmle P. won, Happy
Chappy second, Metlakatla third.
Time, 1:14%.
Five furlongs— Mlsa Hunter won,
Sontanza second, Skirmish third.
Time, 1:01%.
Mile handicap, value $370— Judge
won, Epicure second, Follow Me third.
Time, 1:40%.
Mile and seventy yards— Anirad won,
Calculate second, Capable third. Time,
1:45%.
Seven furlongs— Crigli won. Mounte
bank second. Eleven Bells third. Time,
1:28.
FAST PLAYING IN THE -
CORONADO TENNIS TOURNEY
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO, July 29.— There waß
clever playing in the Coronado tennis
tournament today. The results follow:
Braly beat Townsend 6-0, 6-0, 6-0.
Miss Hodge and V. Morgan beat Miss
Foster and Walz 6-2, 6-0.
Braly beat Angler 6-2, 6-0, 6-2.
Overton beat Hull 6-2, 6-3.
Stott beat Kellogg 6-3, 6-1.
Blnaabaugh beat Morgan 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.
Lawrence beat Anderson 6-4, 6-1
Russ beat Ensign 7-5, 8-6.
Miss Ryan and Angler beat Miss
Hodge and Morgan 8-6, 7-5.
Gay and Hale beat Walz and Wals,
Jr. 6-4, 6-2. 6-2.
Overton beat Slnsabaugh 8-6, 11-9.
Gay beat Nebeker 6-3, 6-8, 6-0.
Overton and Sinsabaugh beat Elliott
and Morgan 6-1, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Jewett beat Swayne 6-0, 6-3.
BRITISH CRICKETERS LEAD
GENTLEMEN OF PHILADELPHIA
By Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, July 29.— Play
was resumed today in the cricket
match between the Marylebone Cricket
club of London and the Gentlemen of
Philadelphia. The Englishmen scored
77 run* yeaterday for the loss of three
wlckeU. ; while the home play era were
all out for a total of 217.
Marylebone Cricket club is now all
but for Hi runs. This gives the vlalt
on a lead of 27 runs tot the first Inning.
LOS ANOELES GERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30; 1905.
I BUY
I Where Huntington Buys!
I Is Good Advice to Follow
Hi H. B. lluntinglnn bought from us 22 blocks through the center of the
j Pasadena Villa Tract. . And he has also bought all around the Pasa-
H dena Villa Tract. "Clo and do likewise" Is our advice. The beautiful
|3i Pasadena Villa Tract ia within 15 minutes' ride from the business
HI center of Los Angeles by three electric car lines and will soon have
$A two more. It has the best soil, purest water- and finest climate
■B around Los Angeles city. It is the healthiest place around Los An-
mm geles, having an altitude 300 feet higher than Los Angeles.
jh| * Large lots, 60 feet front by 150 feet In depth, facing on 80 foot
|h avenues. Price only $115 per lot; $4 down and $4 per month. 25
SI per cent guaranteed increase in one year or money back with 6 per
i j ' cent per annum interest added, as per our wrlttW. guarantee.
;'•! ALSO — Ocean Beach, within the city limits of San' Diego. The
m finest beach in Southern California, combining beach, rocky caves
H and grand inlets. The nearest beach to San Diego. Grandest
M scenery. Price only $100 to $250 for front lots.
i$ ALSO — Baroness Tract, within the city limits of Los Angeles.
H Only two blocks from the Huntington "Stiort Lino," affording the
H best car Bervlce around Los Angeles. Price only $115 per lot; $4
m down, $4 per month. <
i~l ALSO — Pretty new 5 room cottage for $S5O on beautiful large
M lot," 50x150 feet, facing on 80 foot avenue. Corner Hawley avenue
m and Cassatt street, Pasadena Villa Tract, within 15 minutes' ride
M of business center of Los Angeles by three electric lines. The cheap-
H est buy for the money around Los Angeles.
§1 For further information call or write and sample contract, illus-
M trated prospectus, etc., will be mailed free.
I Carlson Investment Co.
I 124 South Broadway
H (Ground Floor; Chamber of Commerce Building)
H Los Angeles, Cal.
II WB~ No Trouble to. Jlnswer Questions
RAIN PREVENTS RACES OF
GRAND CIRCUIT MEET
Unfinished Events Have to Be Post.
poned Owing to the Wet
Weather
By Associated Prejw
DETROIT, July 29.— Rain this after
noon prevented the horsemen at the
Grosse Polnte track from finishing the
three races that were unfinished yes
terday afternoon when rain began fall
ing. It was therefore decided to settle
the 2:06 pace and 2:10 trot according to
the standing of the horses after the
second heat yesterday and to trot the
third and final heat of the Merchants
and Manufacturers consolation - stake
Monday afternoon. In the 2:06 pace
Baron Grattan was accorded the race,
with Winfleld Stratton second;' Rlley
B. third and Hazel Patch fourth An
cdrosis finished fourth and third yes
terday and was a money winner. ■
In the 2:10 trot Zephyr was given
the race. Second money was awarded
to Norman Brown. Winter was given
third money. It Is possible that the
owners of the three horses left in the
M. & M. consolation may get together
and agree to a division of the money
to obviate the necessity of trotting a
third heat Monday.
SMATHERS' STABLE OF
RUNNERS FINALLY SOLD
Security and Rapid Water Bring Top
Notch Prices at Brighton
Beach
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 29.— Every horse
In E. E. Smathers' eastern racing sta
ble was sold today at Brighton Beach
and excellent prices were realized.
There were many well known perform
ers in the stable and the bidding at all
times was spirited. '
The star of the sale was the 2-year-,
old Security, winner of the 125,000 Great
Trial stakes, which was . sold, to Pat
Dunne for $10,600. • Security la a half
brother of Dick Wella and Ort Wella.
Mr. Dunne also bought Rapid Water
for $5800, Burlelgh for $5000, and Jack
Saunders for $4100, and High Chance
for $3500. Sly Ben was sold to P. H.
McCarren for $5100. , Ala Russell also
went to Mr. McCarren for $2800. The
once great McChcsney, for which Mr.
Smathers paid $30,000, was purchased
by J. B. Haggln at private sale. He
will be shipped to the Haggln-Elmdorf
stud In Kentucky.
TIDE TABLE FOR SAN PEDRO
Date. — High Low —
A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
July 80 8:44 8:04 2:21 1:27
July 31 0:22 8:44 2:67 2:10
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PUBLIC A D VERTI ' gjNQ^
Ordlnnnre No. 11,320
(New Series).
An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of tha City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Twenty-seventh street, from Arlington
street to the (vest line of the west
Adams and Western Avenue 'Tracts, as
per map recorded In Book 6 of Maps, nt
pages 178 and 179, Records of Cos An-
geleS County.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of the
Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish Ihe grade of
TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET,
from Arlington street to the west line of
the West Adams and Western Avenue
Tract, as per map recorded In Book 6 of
Maps, at pages 178 and 179, Records of
Los Angitloa County, In accordance with
the following elevations:
At the intersection with Arlington
street the grade shall be 154.03 at the
northeast corner and 151.92 at the south-
east corner, as now established on Ar-
lington street.
At the Intersection with Clmarron street
the grade shall be 156.00 at tho north-
west and northeast corners and 155.00
at the southwest and southeast corners.
At the Intersection of Bald west line of
the West Adams and Western Avenue
Tract with the south line of Twenty-
seventh street the grade shall be 161.00
as now established.
At the Intersection of the produced west
line of said West Adams and 'Western
Avenue tract with the north line of
Twenty-seventh street the grade shall be
161.50 as now established.
And at all points between said designated
points the grade shall be established so
as to conform to a straight line drawn
between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published for ten
days in ■ the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take
effect and be in" force.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing Or-
dinance wan adopted by . the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
July 17, 1905.
. H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk.
Approved this 21st day of July, 1905.
OWEN McALEER.
J-26-31. 8-1-4 lOt Mayor.
Ordlnnnce No. 11,322
(New Series).
An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of tho City
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Pecan street from the south line of the
Cummlngs First Street Tract (as recorded
In Book CO, at page 48, Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of JLos Angeles County), to Third
street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the Intention of the
Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish the p| radeo 8 f TREET
from the south line of Cummlngs
First Street Tract (as recorded in Book
60, at page 48. Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angeles County) to Third street. In
accordance with the following elevations:
At the intersection of said south line of
the Cummlngs First Street Tract with
the west line of Pecan street the grade
shall be 255.79, as now established.
At the intersection of the produced
south line of said Cummlngs' First Street
Tract with the east line of Pecah street
the grade shall be 256.61, as now estab-
lished. >.
At the intersection with Third street the
grade shall be 253.40 at the northwest cor-
ner and 253.60 at the northeast corner, as
now established on Third street.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a' straight line
drawn between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are in feet and are above a plane which
is 255 feet below City datum piano.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published for ten
days in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take ef-
fect and be in force. .
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
July 17, 1906.
H. J. LELANDB.
City Clerk.
Approved this 21st day of July, 1905.
OWEN McALKER,
7-26-81, 8-1-4 lOt . Mayor.
Notice of (be Filing of the Aaaeaament
for the Opening of Clay Street,
Together with the Diagram of the
Akm.nhiiiil District for Suld Improve-
ment.
Notice is hereby given that the Street
Superintendent has filed with the Clerk
of the Council of the City of Los An-
geles the assessment for the opening
of Clay street from Second street to
Third street,' as contemplated by
Ordinance No. 8695 (New Series), to-
gether with the diagram of the assess-
ment district. The date of the first
publication of this notice is July 27,
1905, and all parties Interested are
hereby required to file In writing their
objections, If any they have, to Mie con-
firmation of said assessment vby the
City Council, with the said Clerk of the
Council, within thirty days after the
paid date of the first publication of this
notice, to wit: On or before August 25,
1906.
Persons signing objections must give
postoffice address.
« H. J. LBLANDE,
City Clerk and ex-Offlclo Clerk of
Council.
7-27, 8-5 lOt
Notice of the Ilecordlng of the Aa>
aeaament mul DlusTrant for - the O|i-
enlusT and Widening of llereuilo
Ntrr.-t, from I'loo Street to the
Northern Termlnua of Dlxon Avenue.
Notice is hereby given that the assess-
ment and diagram for the opening and
widening of
BERBNDO STREET,
from Pico street to the northern terminus
of Dlxon avenue. In accordance with Ordi-
nance No. 901)7 (New Series), was recorded
In the office of the Street Superintendent
of the City of Los Angeles on the 27th
day of July, 1906. /
All sum* levied in said assessment are
due and payable Immediately, and pay-
ment of said sums is to be made to me
in my of flee s within thirty, days after
the 28th day of July, 1905, which is tha
first day of publication of this notice.
. All assessments not paid before the ex-
Slratlon of'aaid thirty days will become
ellnquent, ' and thereupon five per i cent
upon the amount of each such assessment
will be added thereto.
. • JAMES HANLBY.
7-28-8-6 lOt Btreet Superintendent.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING , PUBLIC ADVERTISING
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IVe<le« nt 8mI« «r Property let Ortlimneiit A««r«*m«nt Iftlfd «• r«y «i« B»«
S*naM for oprnlnsr and WM«I»« ot Trinity MrM», ■ f ram WnahlnKton
trrrt to T*r*n«y-i«*<«onil Mrfrt, In «he Vltr nt f,on An«Mr«. • ■
Notice Is hereby Riven that, pursuant to the provlnlon of the Statutes of tne
fltat* of Callfornln relative to the collection of •■«e«sments to pay the expenses
of opening and widening dtreets within municipalities, I, James HAnley, Btreet
Biiperlntenrtent of tho City of Los Angeles, will on Tuesday, the 15th day of
Aiigtmt, 1906, nt 10 o'clock ft. m., In tha offlc* of the Btreet Superintendent of the
City of lios Angelen, In the City Mall In said city, sell at public auction for lawful
money of the United Staten, all the property described In the following delin-
quent If At of Assessment* for the opening and widening of Trinity street from
Washington street to Twenty-second street, attached to this notice, upon which
property the delinquent assessments described In said list are a lien, together with
Ihe costs and penalties accruing thereon, tmloss said assessments shall be paid
before said sale, together with the costs and penalties thereon.
f II If I X
: | OWNEH Description ot Property. . go q§ | g-g
». Mrs. O. Peres, lot M. Stephenion's Subdivision of a por- „.,„. •« »
tlon of the Oarey Place Tract * 89-20 M.4J $.B0 $ 73.W
10. Sebastian Kraemer, lot 4. block B, IHirton Tract 80.76 2.M .60 63.79
23. Chas. Rehrman, lot 3. Millars Subdivision of a portion
of the Oiirey foaee Tract ..158.95 7.66 .60 187.« ,
66. Jnmes V. Leach, lot 6, block 1, Strong and Dickinson's „
Subdivision No. 2 "■•••. ••••;■ ".OS •■« .M 2890
67. h. L.. Davidson, lot 3, block I, Strong and Dickinson's
Subdivision- No. 2 Jam"^ H^^. "•"
7-29 8-7 lOt Street Superintendent.
Nollre of Snle of Property for Delinquent Assessment Levied to Pay the
Rxpensesj for Opening Fifteenth Street, From Son Julian Street to Ban Pedro
Street, In the City nt I.oa Angeles. -'."'«, , „,„
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of the Statutes of the
State of California relative to the collection. of assessments to pay the expenses
of opening and widening streets within municipalities, I, James Hanley, Btreet
Superintendent of the. city of Los Angeles, will on Saturday, the 6th day of
August, 1908, at 10 o'clock a, m., In the office of the Street Superintendent of the
City of Los Anfteles, In the City Hall In said city, sell at public auct on, for
lawful money ot the United States, all tho property described In the following
delinquent flat of assessments for the opening of Fifteenth street, .
from San Julian street to San Pedro street, attached to this notice, upon
which property the delinquent assessments described In said list are a lien,
together with the costs and penalties accruing thereon, unless said assessments ,
shall be paid before said sale, together with the costs and penalties thereon. '
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55— A. Navarro. lot 67. May Tract $12.35 $ .62 S .60 $13.47
68— Angel Ardanaz, lot 66, May Tract 10.70 .63 .60 Jl.Jf
«I— Elizabeth J. Moser, lot 61, May Tract ».}0 .45 .50 1U.«5
62— Elfzabeth J. Moser. lot 60, May Tract 9.10 .45 .60 l»-05.
81— T. W. Helneman. lot 99, May Tract 20.45. 1.02 .60 ,Z1.!»7 '
82— John C. Le Claire, lot 100, May Tract JAMES HANLET .60 20.29
7-22-31 lOt Street Superintendent.'
Notice of Snlc of Property for Delinquent Assessment Levied to Pny the.
Expense* for Widening of Forty-iieronil Street, From Vermont Avenue to
West Line of Pnrk Slntlon Trnet, In the City of l.n* Angele*.
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision of the Statutes of the ,
State of California relative to the collection of assessments to pay the expenses /
of opening and widening streets within municipalities. I, James Hanley, Street »
Superintendent of the City of Los Angeles, will on Thursday, the 10th day of
August, 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the office of the Street Superintendent of the
City of Los Anpreles, In the City Hall in said city, sell at public auction, for
lawful money of the United States, all the property described In the following."
delinquent list of assessments for the widening of Forty-second stt-eet, from Ver- .
mont avenue "to west line of Park Station Tract; attached to this notice, upon
which property the delinquent assessments described In said list are a Hen,
together with' the costs and penalties accruing thereon, unless said assessments
shall be paid before said sale, together with the costs and penalties thereon. -
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14— Alex. /Foster, lot 6, block 8, Brearly and Slnsa-
batfgh Tract $52.60 $2.62 $ .60 .155. «2
27— Chas. W. Blake, lot 14, Park Station Tract 32.50 1.62. .60 34. «2 '
28— Chas. W. Blake, lot 13, Park Station Tract 32.50 1.62 .60 34.62
« . JAMES HANLET, v
7-24, 8-2 lOt . Street Superintendent.
Ordinance !Vo. 11,2.52
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the intention of
the Mayor anrt Council of the City of Los
Angeles to establish the grade of Inez
street, from Euclid avenue to a point 825
feet east of the east line ot Euclid
avenue.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Loa Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it Is the intention of tho
Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish the grade of
INEZ STREET,
from Euclid avenue to a point 525 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue, in
accordance with the following elevations:
At the intersection with Euclid avenue
the grade shall be 328.12 at the northeast
corner and 327.74 at the southeast corner,
as now established on Euclid avenue.
At a point on tho north side 140 feat
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 327.33 and 327.01 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point' on the north side 150 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 327.24 and 326.92 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho north side ICO feet east
of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 327.09 and 326.78 at a point
on the south side opposito thereto.
At a point on the north side 170 feet east
of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 326.89 and 326.59 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side ISO feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 326.62 and 326.32 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the porth side 190 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 326.30 and 326.00 at a point
on the south side opposito thereto.
At a point on the north side 200 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 325.92 and 325.62 at a point
on the south Bide opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 210 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shallbe 325.48 and 325.18 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point on the north side 220 feet
east of the oast line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 324.98 and 324.68 at a point
on the south side opposite thereto.
Ac a point on the north side 525 feet
east of the east line of Euclid avenue the
grade shall be 308.80 and 308.50 at a point
on the' south side opposite thereto.
And at all i points between said desig-
nated points ' the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight line
drawn between said designated points.
Elevations refer to tho top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which is
255 feet below city datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause th.< same to bo published for ten
days In -the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon - and thereafter It shall take
effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
July 3, 1905.
H. J. LEIiANDE.
City Clork.
Approved this 7th day of July, 1905.
OWEN McALEER,
7-26-31, 8-1-4 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 11,310
(New Series).
An Ordinance declaring the Intention of
the Mayor and the Council of the City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Brook street, from Lake shore avenuo
to a point 310 feet southerly therefrom.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows: '
Section 1. That It Is the intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
BROOK STREET,
from Lake Shore avenue to a point 810
feet southerly therefrom. In ac-
cordance with the following elevations:
At the intersection with Lako Shore
avenue the grade shall be 318.84 at the
southwest corner and 318.64 at the
southeast corner, . as now established
on Lake Shore avenue.
At the intersection with the alley be-
tween Lake Shore avonue and Emerald
street the grade shall be 321.00 at the
northeast corner and 321.00 at a point
on the west side opposite thereto. n .■
At a point on the west side 240 feet
south of the south line of Lake Shore
avenue and at a point on tho east side
opposite thereto the grade Bhall be
8 At°a point on the west side 810 feet
srfuth of the south line of Lake Shore
avenue and at a point on the east side
opposite thereto the grade shall be
8 And" at all points between said desig-
nated points Uw grade shall be estab.-
1 shed so aa to conform to a straight line
drawn between said designated points.
Elevatlona refer to th« top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
1« 255 feet below City datum plane.
Beo. 2. Tha City Clerk »hall certify to
the passage of thl» Ordinance and shall
cause the Bam* to be published for ten
Says In the Los Anarelea Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take
•^her'by certify o^ th. forepln. Or.
dltitt ue was adopted by tht Council of
th" efty of LoVAagele. at It* inoetln* of
July 17. 1906. H.J.LBLANDB:-
, \ ... City -Clerk..,
Approved this *%^^^^-;
T-BWl.' »•!•• N>t. . Mayor.
Notice of Local Improvement >
Notice is hereby given that on tha
11th day of July, 1906,- the -, city •
Council of the City of Los Angeles
passed an Ordinance, designated as Or-
dinance No. 11,276 (New Series), de-
claring its intention to order the in-
stallation of the necessary appliances
for lighting with electricity -v
SPRING STREET
from Temple street to Ninth street, and
MAIN STREET . • •.- •■ :
from Ninth street to the east line of
Broadway, produced, in said city. ■< •
That on the 17th day of July,- 1905,
the City Engineer 'of said city, filed •
with the Cleric of the said City Council'
a report, presenting: the following: •
1. Flans and specifications for the
work required in order to make said
Improvements. , ,
2. An estimate of the cost of said
improvement and of the Incidental ex-
penses in connection therewith. . >.
3. A diagram showing the district
to be benefited, by said improvement.
and to be assessed to pay the cost and
expenses thereof. . . ...
4. A proposed assessment of the to-,
tal amount of the costs and expenses
of the said proposed improvement. ."«
That Monday, the 7th day of August,
1905, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of-
said day, In the Council Chamber In
the City Hall of the City of Los An-
geles, has been appointed as the time
and place for hearing protests In rela- .
tion to the said proposed improvement;
and any person objecting to said im- 1
provement, or to the extent of the as-
sessment district therefor, 'or to the
proposed assessment therefor, may file
a written protest with the Clork of the-
said Council at or before said time set
for hearing such protests. ■ , .;,^k:
That said proposed Improvement ia
the installation of the necessary appli- ,
ances for lighting-, with electricity.
Spring street from Temple street . to .
Ninth street, and Main street from.
Ninth street to the east line of Broad-
way, produced, in said city. - ...,; ■ ■■
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance No. 11,276 (New Series) and
to said report for further particulars.-
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk and ex-Officio Clerk of tha ■
City Council of the City of Los An-,
freles. : . . -■' . ;-/
7-29-30 2t '
' Ordinance No. 11,321 ■ •
(New Series). . . '.; '• -,
An Ordinance declaring the intention of
the Mayor and Council of the City of Los
Angeles to establish the grade of Bishop >
Btreet, from Effle street to the north line,
of the Palo Verde Tract, as per map
recorded In Book C of Maps, at page 181,;
Records of Los Angeles County. •--■•» ■*
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the intention lof -
the Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish the grade of ■
BISHOP STREET, . • - f ■
from. Effle street to the north line of the
Palo Verde Tract, as per. map recorded
in Book 6 of Maps, at page 181, Records
of Los Angeles County, in accordance
with the following elevations:' ■-".
At the Intersection with Effle street tha
grade shall be 472.00 at the northwest'
corner and 473.00 at the northeast corner. -
At the intersection with said north line
of the Palo Verde Tract the grade shall
be 833.00 on ■ both sides. -
And at all points between said designat-
ed points the grade shall be established
so as to conform to a straight line drawn >
between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which Is
265 feet below City datum plane.
Seo. 2. The City Clork shall certify ' to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published for ten.
days in the Los Angeles - Herald, and -
thereupon and thereafter it shall take
effect and be In force.
• I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dlnance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
Ju.yl7.im h.,.^^; •
City Clerk-
Approved this 21st day of July, 1905. :
OWEN McALKKIt.
7-26-81, .8-1-4 lOt .Mayor.
Notice of the PUIutT of the Aaaeiiament
for the Widening or Ninth Street.
Toiretber with the' Ulaaruni of '. the >
AsaeNainent Dlatrlct for Sold Improve- ,
iiii-iit. .
Notice Is hereby given that the Street
Superintendent has filed with the Cleric
of the Council of . the City ot Los An-
geles the assessment for the widening
of Ninth street from Main, street ato ,
Flgueroa street, as contemplated,' by.:
Ordinance No. 8875 (New Series), : to-
gether with the diagram ot the uskoss-
nißiit district. The date of the first
publication of this notice is July 27,
1905, and all parties interested are .
hereby required to file in writing their
objections, if any they have, to the con-;
f lnmitlou of said assessment by the
City Council, with the eald Clerk of the
Council, within, thirty days after tha
said date of the first publication of this
notice, to wit: On or before August 25. '
Persons signing objections mutt give
po.tof fie. address, j,.,^^
City Clerk - and ex-Offlclo Clerk of
. council. ",
7-87. 8-5 lOt
Everything; you want you will flnd in
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