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ROBERT KRESSNER ARRAIGNED
VOTING MACHINES REJECTED
Police Court Business Unusually Light.
Salt Lake Railroad Moves With.
out Authority — Other Pasa.
dena News Items
Pasadena Agency .
114 East Colorado Street
PASADENA, Sept. 12.— Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Fleming produced' an
other "blind pig" case today when he
caused the arrest of Robert Kressner,,
who runs a restaurant and lunch stand
at San Fernando. Constable Austin
made the arrest and as Kressner, was
unable to furnish the $250 bail required
he is sepending the evening at the
county Jail. Thomas Bosler Is the com
plaining witness, and he makes a num
ber of allegations which the restaurant
keeper denies In toto. Kressner admits
the sale of certain soft drinks but the
witness against him says that beer is
not a soft drink and yet had Its place
on the bill of fare. The arrest today
was made at Pomona and Kessner will
be arraigned before Justice of the Peace
Klamroth Saturday, September 16, at
10 a. m.
Police Judge Wood had but two cul
prits before him this morning, "fhe
first one vma George Taylor, charged
by Officer Schultz with failing to hitch
his horses when he took some groceries
Into a house. Taylor could not account
for the fact, that the hitching weight
was In the wagon Instead of on the
ground. Not knowing how the weight
got back in the wagon he did not know
whether he was guilty or Innocent.
Judge Wood said he was guilty and
Taylor paid $2. The other case was
Frank Reynolds, charged with drunken
ness. He had been found behind the
Salvation Army tent unconscious. Rey
nolds felt insulted at the charge and
said that he had taken three morphine
tablets for a severe headache; had a
big day's work ahead of him and needed
the rest. Said the morphine prevented
his knowing where he' had laid down.
Judge Wood decided that the man was
telling the truth and sent him back to
E. W. 'Jessup,' engineer, of the San
Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake rail
road, has been requested to appear be
fore the city council at its next regular
meeting toshow why his company has
violated the city's building ordinance
in erecting a frame building without
first obtaining a building permit. . It
appears that the company made formal
application for such a permit, and thut
when the proper council committee
went to the place Indicated to see
whether it would be advisable to allow
the building it was found that the
structure desired had already been
erected. The discovery rather ruffled
the tempers of the councilmen.
At a regular meeting last night the
trustees of South Pasadena appointed
E. H. Lockwood to confer with the
water board of the city of Los Angeles
as to a plan whereby South Pasadena
may share in the proposed Owens river
water deal. This action Indicates a de
sire on the part of the South .Pasadena
trustees to provide a water supply
should they lose the suit begun months
ago against the Pasadena Land and
Water company. It Is also said that
the conference may make It easier for
the proposed annexation to Los Angeles
should that come up again.
Postmaster Wood has received word
from Portland that one of the local car
riers, Frank S. Boner, who represented
the Pasadena letter carriers at the Na
tional Letter Carriers' convention, has
been suddenly taken 111 with appendi
citis. He was obliged to have an im
mediate operation before returning
from the exposition city.
The capital stock of the new Pasa
dena bank, the . American Bank . and
Trust company, has been Increased
from $50,000 to $100,000. It has also been
decided to Increase the board of direc
tors of the Institution from seven
members, as at present provide* for,
to eleven members. Work on the new
building at the corner of Colorado and
Broadway Is progressing rapidly.
The Crown City will not purchase the
voting machines recommended by Its
special committee at a former meting.
The council took the matter under
formal advisement | today, and, after
listening to a representative of the vot
ing machine company who 'tried to
convince the members that ■ the use of
the machines would be a considerable
financial saving, decided not to make
the venture just now.
It has been decided by the present
city administration that workmen in
the city's employ will in the ' future,
as in the pasi, receive pay for holidays
even though they do not work. City
Attorney Fitzgerald told the council
this morning that the custom, as estab
lished by previous administrations, has
become a part of the contract with
these laborers and should govern. The
ordinance and Judiciary committee will
probably prepare an ordinance to cover
The "Household of God," . whose
shoutings and singing haye v ' made
nights a burden to the neighbor
hood in which their tent has been
located ■ for weeks past, will move
to the business part of the! city . where
their service will disturb no one. .Per
mission has been granted the organiza
tion to locate; its tent orv "North Fair
Oaks' avenue ' near the ' shed knowrt as
the headquarters of the "Tourists'
North Pasadena will have an election
on Monday, October 2, when the stock
holders of the "Land and Water com*
pany will vote on the proposition to sell
the plant to the city. of Pasadena for
$80,000. The board of directors decided
this last nlgtit. It has also been decid
ed to hold a meeting of the stock
holders on Thursday night to effect a
settlement of the vexed question of
who shall vote the shares of stock sold
by the original holders and not re
HOPE TO CATCH
ELKS, IN REUNION
Long Beach Members Would Royally
Entertain Their Visiting
•: .i ■■;;■ Brothers
Special to The Heraid.
LONG BEACH, Sept. 12.— The next
reunion of the Elks will probably be
held- in this city. The local lodge is
noted as a- roya^ entertainer among the
lodges of -the state and already the
herd here are preparing to make good,
provided they should be called upon to
entertain the entire bunch.
Mrs. . Myrtle p. •- Murdock. wife of
George Murdocky died' at 6 o'clock this
morning. The funeral services will be
held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
from the Wilson chapel. The Interment
will be at Santa Ana.
James H. Woertendyke, field secretary
under the state Prohibition central
committee, was In town today complet
ing arrangements for the coming tem
perance conference to be held here Sep
tember 28, 29 and 30. He announced to
day that there .will be at least 1700 dele
gates In attendance on the conference.
The summer season In Long Beach Is
practically over. The aquarium has
closed and on September 15 the Long
Beach bath house life saving crew will
be withdrawn from service.
The convention hall Is rapidly near-
Ing completion and there Is a movement
on foot among enterprising citizens to
hold b grand dedication ceremony on
November 14, the first anniversary of
pier opening day, held with such suc
cess last year. ■ No definite plans have
been made as yet, but it Is proposed to
have a big barbecue on the beach, a
parade and speaking In the park,- with
addresses by prominent state and
As a result of last night's play at the
Cosmopolitan club whist tournament
Musselman and Osborne are still In tha
lead. Last night they scored seven
points, placing their total score at 28,
as against 16,. the score of ths second
team, Miller and Farnsworth.
CITY -TRUSTEES DISCUSS
Ocean Park and Santa Monica Solons
Confer With Abbot
Kinney . :
Special to The Herald.
OCEAN PARK,. Sept.. 12.—Represen
tatives of the boards of the city trus
ttes of Santa , Monica and Ocean Park
conferred for several hours this morn
ing with officials of the Abbot . Kinney
compaiiy in reference to sewer difficul
ties In the vicinity of , Venice. .Noth
ing definite was arrived at, however,
and the meeting adjourned to Investi
gate several methods under discussion.
A practical demonstration of the
Gamewell gasoline fire engine is to
take place on Windward avenue, Ven
ice, at 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
The city trustees and the Santa Monica
bay fire departments will witness the
The Hon. G. B. Hurlbert, a promi
nent local attorney, and Mrs. Rebecca
A. Kempton, formerly, of Philadelphia,
were married last night at the home
of the groom, the Rev. E. W. Pasco
officiating; Immediately following the
ceremony a dainty supper was served
and the couple left for San Diego to
enjoy their honeymoon. Among the
guests present were: Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Blade, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rice, Mr.
and Mrs. Dalton, Mrs. E. W. Pasco,
Mrs. E. T. Pasco, Miss Lucy Peasgood,
R. L. Walfley, W. C. Amacost, Mrß.
C. T. Curren and daughter Margaret.
"Chesa has been added to whist as a
mode of amusement at the Country
club. If the pastime proves popular
It Is the Intention to promote regular
tournaments and to arrange for exhi
bitions by professional players.
SMUGGLES OPIUM IN
Friends of Oxnard Man Arrested for
Murder Are Also Taken
Special to The Herald.
VENTURA, . Sept. 12.— Owing to the
death of Felipe Duraz, which occurred
at the county hospital Sunday, Filo
mene Perez of Oxnard Is charged with
murder. The shooting occurred at Ox
nard about two weeks ago and before
Duraz" death he Identified Perez 'as
the man who shot him. Perez was
given his examination yesterday.
About the time Constable Russell was
ready to return to the county jail with
the prisoner an important discovery
was made which caused the arrest of
Paul Medrano. Just before leaving
Oxnard Russell was handed a package
by Medrano, which was supposed to
be' a lunch for Perez. Russell's cur
iosity being aroused he opened the
package \\ which . • contained several
doughnuts and buns. A closer examin
ation Bhowed that the center of one
bun had been removed and the cavity
filled with opium. Ref ugla Medrano,
a sister of Paul Medrano, about whom
the quarrel between Perez and Dueraz
commenced, waß also placed In Jail for
safe keeping until her. evidence can.be
taken' In • the murder trial. ,
Reports are coming in from different
parts of the county that the severe
hot spell of two weeks ago injured
the' 'lima beans : In some places and .it
Is feared may reduce the yield constd
era y. .
LOS .ANGELES; HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13,- 1905.
WILL BE HEAVY
SAN DIEGO LOOKING FORWARD
/TO BIG RUSH
SEASON CERTAIN TO BE EARLY
Registration at the Schools Excep.
tlonally Heavy and Complaint UnU
. ver'sal That Accommodations
Are Entirely Insufficient
Special to The Herald.
BAN DIEGO, Sept 12.— Every Indica
tion locally ' points to a record break-
Ing tourist travel to Southern Califor
nia this winter. Manager Ross of the
Coronado hotel says that the outlook
Is . surprising; practically all the old
people are coming back and the num
ber, of Inquiries Is far ahead of any
previous year. While there Is usually
no heavy J patronage until • January
there are signs of a heavy December
this year, while many guests will ar
rive as early as the middle of Novem
ber. Improvements amounting to over
$20,000 are planned.
Mayor Kehon returned to the city
clerk without hid approval two meas
ures passed by the city council at Its
last meeting. One of the measures
provides for the appointment of ad
ditional men on the street force and
the other relates to the grading of
Second Lieut. Carpenter of the
Twenty-eighth company, coast artil
lery, has ■ been ordered to assume
charge,- under instructions from the
quartermaster general, of the construc
tion work at Fort Rosecrans. This is
in addition to his present duties. He
succeeds First Lieut. Win. H. Tobln,
who temporarily relieved Maj. Rolfe.
A dispatch from Washington an
nounces that Rear Admiral W. L.
Capps, chief constructor of the navy,
will visit this city during his coming
visit to the Pacific coast.
Capt. L. B. Hackleman of the Y. M.
C. A. football team has about twenty
names on his list of those who are try
ing for places. Of last year's eleven
about half are candidates this year.
Gets Safely Across the Border
From the porch of Joe Padilla's hotel
at Tla .Tuh.ii.-i, A. T. Andrews, who kid
naped his four-year-old son from the
home of his wife in Escondldo on Sun
day morning, is able to laugh at his
pursuers whose authority stops at the
boundary line two miles away.
Andrews Is a machinist and has been
employed In the Santa Fe shops In
San Bernardino. Several months ago
he was separated from his wife, and
the woman went to live with her par
ents,. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kles of Es
condldo. She was granted the custody
of the boy, Truman, and the husband,
it Is said, appeared satisfied. On Sun
day, however, he appeared in Escon
dido, and finding Mr. Kles and the boy
near the gate, he engaged them In con
versation. A ride for the three was
proposed, and while the ' grandfather
was hitching up Andrews picked up
the boy and ran down the road to
where he had a horse and buggy hid
den. He then drove with the child to
Knclnitas and through National City
across the boundary line.
Registration at the city schools now
shows a total enrollment of 3218 pupils,
460 of whom are in the high school.
The employment of two teachers In
some of the crowded rooms has to be
resorted to, and In many cases hall
ways and < even the play grounds are
used as recitation rooms. A special
meeting of the board of education will
be called to see what can be done to
ward . relieving the congestion. -.'••'
The Inspection committee appointed
by the Taft board of. expense Is expect
ed to arrive In San Diego very shortly.
The committee consists ■of Brigadier
General . Alexander , Mackenzie, ' Major
General Story and* Brigadier General
Mills. , ...';: .
From letters received here it is learn
ed that Dr. H. S. Jordan, who . was
recently called to the First Presbyte
rian church of this city from New
Castle, Perm., Is having trouble getting
away from his present charge. He
tendered his resignation but the con
gregation refused .to release him from
the pastorate and he was compelled to
appeal to the. presbytery which meets
this week at Shenango.
The two companies of coast artil
lery at Fort Rosecrans are spending
this week In camp under the guns,
Instead of . the more comfortable bar
rack buildings a few hundred yards
away. There are seventy-two officers
and men In camp and they are taking
this week for a little actual experience
in war drill, y'.^. •'-'.'
REDLANDS . MISCELLANIES
Idyllwild Store Burned Down,, the Low
Being Partially Covered
Special to The Herald.
REDLANDS, Sept 12.— Mrs, j Jennie
B. Davis of Brookslde avenue gave an
elaborate dance this evening at which
annoncement was made of the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Margaret
Davis, to Dr. C. 8. Ide, a prominent,
young physician ' of this city. .The
decorations consisted of pink roses and
carnations In the i living ' room and
library, while *yell° w ■ sunflowers Were
arranged In the reception hall and din
ing room. ' There* were about eighty of
the younger set in attendance at the
function. ' ■ '< ,",." '-'.T'.v * '•'/<*■■
■Miss Davis will leave on Thursday
for Smith college,' where she will finish
her, studies this year.
• /Invitations have 'been Issued for the
marriage of. Miss; Amie Langworthy to
Edgar. Alfonso Henry/ The ; wedding
will take^ place at , the home of. the
bride's uncle and | aunt, ' Dr. and Mrs.
Ell : Plummer of 248 Cajon street, on
Monday, September 25.
The Idyllwild store, owned by the
Kelly brothers, was burned to the
ground yesterday. The loss was par
tially covered by an Insurance of $4100.
Cornelius Lugo and his wife while
driving yesterday were the victims of a
serious accident as a result of their
horses becoming frightened at an auto
mobile driven by Lawrence Moore of
the Peppers. Lugo and his wife were
thrown out and badly bruised. The
man's kneecap was fractured.
FIREBUG AT COLTON
Barn Burner Makes Second Attempt
to Destroy Property of
Special to The Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, Sept. 12.— The
Colton firebug last night made a sec
ond attempt to set flre to the barn of
George Osborne. The fire was, how
ever, discovered and extinguished be
fore It had done serious damage. The
officers are closely watching for clues
as to who the guilty party Is, but are
somewhat at sea.
Surveyors are at work on the Red
lands cut-oft to be built by the San
Bernardino Valley Traction company
east of this city. The cut-oft will
materially reduce the distance between
San Bernardino and Redlands. It is
expected that work will be begun on
the new line within a very short time. .
The inquest over the body of Ernest
Romo, who was killed near Van Nes?
springs In the mountains, 'was held this
afternoon by Coroner Fittman. The
sensation of the Inquest was the testi
mony of Harry Goss and Sam Jackson,
whose testimony tends to fix the crime
of killing Romo on Fred Eldridge, who
had been the partner, of Romo selling
fruit and whisky In the mountains.
• The marriage of Henry Shay and
Miss Louise Meyer, two popular young
people of the city, occurred this after
noon at St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal
church ""south, Rev- J. E. Crutchfleld
officiating. Both are members of the
popular set of the city, but the wedding
came as a great surprise to the friends
of both, it being an extremely quiet
affair. > .'.'.';
Harry Ward, the young man who
stole the purse of Mrs. I. N. Conklin
of Redlands and who was then cap
tured by her single handed and turned
over to the officers, has been sentenced
to six months in' the* county jail. He
will probably be prosecuted for break
ing Jail at Redlands. later.
WEDDED AT SANTA ANA
Bakersfield Man Marries a Los An.
Special to The Herald.
SANTA ANA. Sept." 12.— L. W. Park
of Bakersfleld and Ellunore'K. Hass
further of Los Angeles were married
here last night by Judge Wlllson.
Divorce proceedings were begun here
today by ; Mrs. Mary Dodge of Fuller
ton against Perry C. Dodge.
Dr. and Mrs. S. McDowell of Elko,
Nev., are here upon a visit with their
sons, E. E. and A. R. McDowell.
B. F. Hennacy has gone to Philadel
phia as a delegate to the Odd Fellows'
Dr. E. D. B. Newton is home from
an eastern trip of two months. •
J. Dinsmore and daughter, Miss Mary
Dlnsmore, returned yesterday from a
three months' European journey.
Mrs. W. P. Vance and family of Po
mona are at Newport Beach for an
Miss Kathleen Page *>f Los Angeles
is visiting here with Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Browne.
J. J. Richardson of Victorville is here
as the guest of friends.
SEVERELY HURT IN FALL
Whittler Lad Slips on Station Floor,
Breaking His Arm
Special to The Herald # V
WHITTIER, Sept. 12.— Randall, the
little son of A. H. Dunlap, slipped and
fell on the floor of the Pacific Electric
building in Los Angeles yesterday while
he and his father were waiting for a
Whittler car. Nothing was thought of
the occurrence at the time and they
boarded the 3:45 car for Whittier. Soon
the little fellow began to suffer, severely
and upon examination by Dr. Webber
of Huntlngton Park, who happened to
be on the car, it was ascertained that
he had sustained a compound fracture
of the arm.
Robert Embry, in the praiseworthy
act of trying to stop a runaway team
this morning, was thrown to the ground.
Two of his ribs were broken and he
received a cut above the eye.
Whittler college opened today with a
larger enrollment ' than ever before.
MEXICAN WAR VETERAN
BURIED AT SAWTELLE
Special to The Herald.
SAWTELLE, Sept. 12.— The remains
of Nathaniel A. Bailey, who died in
Los Angeles while on furlongh Septem
ber 10, was brought to the Soldiers'
home for Interment Monday. He was
late of company C, separate battalion
of Missouri mounted volunteers, a
Mexican War veteran, a native of Ver
mont and aged 83. He was a member
of Hornltos lodge of A. F. & _A.' M.
of Hornltos, Marlposa county, Cal.
Jack' Conrad, president of the First
National bank of Burwell, Neb., ac
companied by his nephew, Will Me-
Millen, visited A. C. Alger Monday.
Miss Ethel A. Smith and Charles A.I
Hill were v united :In marriage at ■ the
residence* of,: the bride's family on
Seventh %nd' Illinois streets last even-
Ing. : ;!The; ceremony was performed by
Rev.' George , Taylor of the First Bap
tist church.v.^Mlss Smith was gowned
In white "Bilk." , -■ ,V
ONE DAY OF REST
FEMININE GOVERNMENT DAY
WOMEN ENFORCE DISCIPLINE
Keep "Boys" Out of Mischief by Strict
Regulations and Courtrnartlal Was
: Unnecessary— Literary Pro- >
. ' grams Given
Special to The Herald.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Sept. 12.—
This has been of necessity a day of rest,
as the veterans found It rather hard
work living under "petticoat . govern
ment" the day 'previous, and the
women were wearied by their effortß
In trying to keep the "boys" out of
mischief. i j, ,;i\i,:-' *
They succeeded so well, however, that
there, were no cases on. the docket this
morning and. Commander Paul did not
find It . necessary to convene a court
martial, as per program. . . '.,V. \.'.'i,'V
The afternoon was spent much In the
same manner as that of the day prev
ious, an impromptu program of music,
recitations and speeches being rendered
for the edification of the campers.
Tonight there was a program of more
than ordinary musical merit, under the
auspices of Stanton W. R. C. Comrade
Herendeen, upon whose shoulders have
fallen the duties of musical director,
seemed to have made, a special . effort
for this occasion and the selections
were received with great applause. The
Selection, drum corps; vocal solo.
Comrade Wlrth; vocal solo, H. H.
Barnhart; song, "Denmark," by school;
recitation, Mrs. Lou Mullen; chorus,
"Strike the Cymbal," singing school;
one part tune, Mrs. C. B. Clapp;
chorus, singing school; one part tune
and chorus, Prof. Wlrth; recitation,
Vera Lothrop; one part tune and
chorus, Mrs. Mary Murray; chorus, by
school; two part song, Mr. Herendeen
and Mrs. Chapin; one part tune and
chorus, W. A. Packard; one part tune,
W. E. Herendeen; chorus, "Star
Spangled Banner;" chorus, "Auld Lang
Tomorrow officers will be elected for
the association and the auxiliary and
there is keen rivalry among aspirants
for the various positions. 1 - ■.•"■"'.•'■■
In the evening the Ladies' Operatic
minstrels will hold forth and a high
time Is anticipated.
INJURED WOMAN MUST ■
LOOK TO BUILDERS
Santa Monica Trustees Deny Respon-
sibility for Blockaded Streets.
Agitate Five Cent Fares
Special to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA,, Sept. 12.— The
board of city trustees met in regular
session last evening when the following
business was j transacted. Profiles of
streets and grades In Venice tract were
accepted. Similar profiles of the
1 owner Terrace tract were submitted
and referred to the city engineer. The
resignation of Policeman T. H. B. Con
way was accepted. . Bids for street
work on Oregon avenue were received
and referred to the city engineer. The
city attorney rendered a written opin
ion to the effect that Mrs. Cook, who
recently fell over some building mate
rials, piled upon Marine street, result-
Ing in painful Injuries, must look to the
person who maintained the nuisance
in instituting a suit for damages, the
city denying all responsibility. The
attorney also stated that he was en
deavoring to arrive at a satisfactory
understanding with the Los Angeles-
Taclfic officials In reference to estab
lishing a five cent fare Into the city's
recently anneved territory.
Rev. J. O. H. Browne and J. J. Car
rlllo, ex-street superintendent, were
among other Santa Monicans who were
Injured yesterday evening by the crash-
Ing of a Los Angeles-Pacific car into
two oil wagons hitched tandem, that
blocked the tracks near 'Rosemary
crossing. C. C. Jones, driver of the
outfit was thrown twenty feet' and re
ceived painful Injuries. The car was
badly dented and several windows
Robert F. Jones has purchased from
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roehe a tract of land
comprising seven and a half acres lying
on Bellevue avenue near Dillon street.
The consideration named Is $26,600.
Mesdames Barrow and Balsley will
tomorrow entertain the membership
and friends of the Ladles' Aid society
of the M. E. church at the home of Mrs.
Barrow, 347 Seventh street.
Practically every building In the lit
tle lumbering town °f -Herring. Potter
county Pa., will be moved to Shingle
House by rail. The distance Is six
■ — r— — -s — l PosltlTely cured by
AIDTTDC these JLiUIo.FUU.
LA ft I L I\U Ttey also reUore Dls-
W-U limy t^gg ton, Dyspepsia In.
EBB ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
gST 1 1 #E* n Eating; A perfect rem-
H IV LBV. edyfor Dizziness. Nausea.
13 DILL S Drowsiness. Bod Tasta
la- B3S ' la. the Mouth. Coated
JSaaadm Tongus. Pain In the Side.
I^— Ml; Irpnnpm LTVER. They
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. ; '
SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL HHCE
Ipadtcd'cl Genuino Must Bear
bAKICKO Fac-Simili Signature /:
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For Sale-— — Real Estate
Mines ®> Parish
Daily Bargain Bulletin No. 2
West* Second Street*
Between Olive and Grand — under lease, income $1350
per year. This is right down town and 4j» | C (\(\(\
is a eood buy Price ufUm\f\J\J
Olive and First* Streets
Close in, fine location, first-class improvements, steady
income $165 per month. <Z*O| AAA
; : Ninth Street*
Corner. The only one between Main and Figueroa
that you can touch. It's a fine buy. <fcvfA AAA
Price, good for a few days. ....— ._.._ — •p i iU > VUU
. Near — — •
Figueroa and Ninth Streets
See us about this choice piece of prop- COO CA A
ertv Price -• ••• •• - «P*»*m J vFU
: If You Don't See What You Want, Jtsk for It
Mines fo Parish, 315 S. Hill Street
large Lots for Small Homes
To meet the demands for large, self-sustaining
home lots, we have subdivided two of the most
highly improved orchards on Compton Ave-
nue, and will place same on the market in
Quarter, Half and One-Acre Lots
; Covered with fruit -bearing trees — lemon,
orange, apricot, walnut — berry vines, palms,
shrubs and flowers. Plenty of water.
Low Prices, Easy
J Terms =
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IrßTjliWl l»i E# CheB^ ro > at Corner Central and Slauson
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The Herald ' A
j Makes the C^ -^r
Greatest Gain in /^
/of Any Morning News- \ IUI
paper In Los Angeles \ IS
>^ August, 1905
Gain 14,827 Inches
Over August, 1904
7124 Commercial 7703 City
Over 3 Times as Much as the Yellow
And the Poor Old EXPRESS (Evening False Alarm)
Loses 1807 Inches
(the only newspaper in the city that lost) ; and in Los Angeles
now the EXPRESS says it is IT— Huh! Faugh a Ballaght
IT IS TO LAUGH
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increase has characterized any other newspaper in Los Angeles.;
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circulation reaches the homes of the people ; of Los Angeles ,
city and county and brings results to advertisers.
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