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Btran»er« »r« Invited to visit the **•
Mbit of California products at th«
Chamber of Commerce b\«lldlnjr. on
Broadway, between First «nd Second
ntr««ts, where fr«« Information will be
riven on all subjects pertaining to thli
The Hprald will ray »10 l« «* Bn }!',
anyone furnishing evidence that win
le«d to the arrest and conviction of any
person caught mealing copies of lh«
Wjld from th. P"sj-« ,&?£,£••
f Moore's Fidelia band:
March, "The Heart of Homn" Brooks
Waltz. "Impassioned Dreams" Ilosai)
"t/es Clochos de fit. Mftlo" Rlr " m * r .
Orand nplretlon, "Lombnrde Verdi
Cornet solo, "Olen Islnnd''... .. Short
March. "D« Concert" Fulck
Overture, "Abe Hassan" ..W eber
"Bevlllann" (scene Espagnole) Kdgar
Popular medley Recker
Royal Arcanum Entertainment
' Sunset council No. 1074, Royal Ar
ciinum will give an entertainment In
Blanchard hall next Thursday even
Jewish Officers Meet
The monthly meeting of the officers
of the Beth Israel congregation will be
held this afternoon at the synagogue.
Dr. Myers will make an address.
W.C.T.U.Woman to Address Socialists
Mr». Marlon R. Dunham of Burling
ton, la., state president of the W. C. T.
U., will speak on "The Problems of the
Hour" tonight at the Socialist propa
ganda meeting In Metropolitan hall,
827 ft South Spring street.
Organize Gideon Band
A camp of the Gideon band will be
organized this afternoon in the ban
quet room of the Angelus at 3 o. 'clock.
This band is composed of Christian
traveling men, who hold services in
the different hotels and churches. A.
C. A. Kuester of 450 South Daly street
Is secretary of the local organization.
Prominent Volunteers Here
■ Captain and Mrs. W. W. Speer of
Toledo, 0., will conduct the services
today at the hall of the Volunteers of
America, 128 East First street. They
will go to San Diego, where they will
open the volunteer work. Adjutant
Hughes, In charge of the local corps,
is planning a Thanksgiving turkey din
ner for the newsboys.
Presbyterian Church at Vernon
.'■' The first service in the temporary
structure of the Calvary Presbyterian
vhurch, Thirty-third street and Central
avenue, will be held this morning at
lQilO o'clock. Rev. H. B. Gage will
preach the sermon. Rev. "W. G. Palmer,
who Is the pastor, also has charge of
the South Park Presbyterian mission,
corner Flfty-flrst and San Pedro
Doctor Is Fined
■ Gilford D. Tokom, charged with hav
ing practiced medicine without a license
at 733 South Hope street, was fined $100
by Judge Austin yesterday morning.
The court offered to suspend sentence
if Yokom would promise to respect the
law, but, because he grew somewhat
■ defiant the court imposed the fine, with
Instructions that the police should keep
a watchful eye on the practitioner.
"Life in a Crowded City"
"Life in a Crowded City" is the sub
ject of an address to be given Tuesday
Evening at Masonic temple by Mrs.
Katherlne, Lent Stevenson, president
of the Massachusetts W. C. T. U. Mrs.
Stevenson. has spent many years work
ing In the slum districts, and tn addi
tion to possessing a knowledge of slum
conditions is one of th« foremost speak
ers of the W. C. T. U.
Knights to Honor Member
. Lob Angeles Council 621, Knights of
Columbus, will give a theater party on
the occasion of the visit of Andrew
Mack, who will play "Tom Moore" at
the Mason opera house next week. The
knights will attend the first evening
of the performance, Thursday, Novem
ber 9. Mr. Mack Is a member of the
order, and the local council takes this
opportunity of testifying its regard
and appreciation of him. Tickets may
be obtained Monday morning at the
store of James P. Burns, 210 South
PIONEER PHYSICIAN DIES
AT PACIFIC HOSPITAL
HAD BEEN IN LOS ANGELES
NEARLY 21 YEARB
Dr. H. H. Maynard Expires Four
Weeks After Operation — Deceased
Served Through Civil War—Was
Medical College Professor '
In the death of Dr. H. H. Maynard,
aged 70, of 1310 Palm atreet, who ex
pired at the Pacific hospital yesterday
afternoon at 5:30, Los Angeles loses
one of Its oldest clttzena and medical
practitioners. His death was primarily
due to a fall which he suffered about a
year ago in his office. Uraemia which
developed after a surgical operation
about four weks ago caused his de
mise. He is survived by a widow, two
sons and a daughter.
Funeral arrangements have not been
Dr. Maynard had been a respected
citizen of Los Angoleg nearly twenty
four yenrs. He was born near Co
lumbus, Ohio, in 1835, removing to
lowa, \ here he was mustered into the
Eighteenth lowa volunteer infantry
August 20, 1862. for service during the
Civil war. In January, 1864, he was
transferred to the Second Arkansas
cavalry on the staff of Brig. Gen. John
B. Sanborn, serving hh brigade surgoon
until the close ot the war.
Dr. Maynard stood high In his pro
fession and was for four years pro
fessor emeritus of surgery in the Los
Angeles Medical college.
He was an honored member of the
Styles Are Varied
The shirt walits and blouses are un
usually becoming this fall. And one
most comfortln* fact— the styles are
leally so varied that nobody has an
excuse' to don an unbecoming gar
ment. There are broad, graceful yokes
for the slender girl; there are tucks
and ruffles running up and down for
the' stout girl; there are all kinds of
ravishing combinations for the girl
who is Just right.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TON THOUSAND PEOPI.O
Ten thousand Los Angeles people mo
willing to recommend our eye glasses
and "pectacles if you take the trouble
to inquire. Why not save your money
by wearing a pair of them, Heist a-1
cry«faa* reevdina loims tn t*n year gold
til led frames $1.50, fitted to your eyes
without extra charge by graduate State
registered opticians. Satisfaction guur
auteed. Clarke, 351 South Spring St.
TRUST COMPANY REFUSES TO
Police Judge Austin Grants Motion to
Annul Charges Against Misting
Escrow Clerk— Auble Is
Greeley W. Bentley, who disappeared
from Los Angeles about a month ago,
while under a charge of embezzlement
of the funds of the Title Guarantee
and Trust company, may now return
without fear of prosecution. The re
ward for Behtley'g capture has been
Prosecution against the man was dis
missed yesterday. The motion to that
effect was made by Asslntant District
Attorney Asa Keyes before Police
Judge Austin. The motion was imme
diately granted. This action was taken
upon the request of the trust com
Serious illness of Bentley's wife and
his foster mother are given as the
cause for the action.
Acting Chief of Police Auble Is high
ly indignant over the affair. He says
that it was only a few days ago that
he received Information of Bentley's
whereabouts In Mexico, Just over the
border line. Acting on the receipt of
this Information, Capt. Auble detailed
a dectpctlve to Mexico a few days ago.
Besides the above action of Capt
Auble he says he went to much ex
pense in getting out circulars to all
parts of the world, giving a descrip
tion of the missing escrow clerk and
ordering him held should he be recog
nized. Also every chief of police in
the United States and Canada was
telegraphed and all points within rea
sonable distances were apprised of the
disappearance of Bentley by tele
Refuse to Prosecute
"It's one of the most discouraging
things that has happened in this de
partment for some time," .said Capt.
Auble yesterday. "Just at the moment
when I almost have my hand on him,
the action against him is dismissed. He
Is now free to return to this city and
no action could be taken against him
until a new complaint is sworn to.
This the trust company is at liberty
to do, but there is a doubt as to
whether it will or not."
Attorney Keyes says that the com
plaint was originally filed against
Bentley by L. C. Brand, secretary and
manager of the Title Guarantee and
Trust company, and that it was at the
latter's personal request that the ac
tion against Bentley was dlsmlsed.
Mrs. L. C. Bentley, foster mother
of Bentley, who suffered most by the
latter's alleged defalcations, absolute
ly refuses to prosecute her foster Ron.
In view of this, Mr. Brand stated that
it would be absolutely impossible to se
cure a conviction on the false mort
gage charges, as the latter were filed
on property belonging to Mrs. L. C.
Unless the city authorities take fu
ture action it is believed that Bentley
will have little to fear should he de
cide to return to Los Angeles.
CONDUCTOR IS FINED
FOR EJECTING WOMAN
JUDGE MAKES A DECISION IN
BANTA MONICA CABE
Los Angeles-Paclflo Conductor Given
Alternative of Paying $20 or Going
to Jail on a Charge of Unlawful
In a decision handed down by Judge
A. M. Guidinger of Santa Monica yes
terday the legal fare which can be col
lected by the Loa Angeles Pacific for
transportation between any points
within the city limits of Santa Monica
is five cents.
The decision which decided the point
was in the case brought by the people
against A. S. Johnson and T. N. Short,
respectively a motorman and conduc
tor in the employ of the Los Angeles
Pacific. In the early part of last Sep
tember Mrs. Schrader, by whom the
suit was brought, and her 13-year-old
son, boarded a Santa Monica car at the
nursery of the Golden State Floral
company, near Sawtelle, Intending to
go to Seventeenth street, Santa Mon
ica. The spot at which Mrs. Schrader
boarded the car was inside the extended
city limits of Santa Monica.
When Short, the conductor, collected
her fare, she handed him 10 cents to
pay for herself and her son. Short took
it, but returned In a few moments and
tried to collect another fare on the
plea that the fare was ten cents each.
Mrs. Schrader refused to pay the ad
ditional fare and after considerable
parley Short called the motorman,
Johnson, and put her off the car.
Judge Guidinger discharged the
motorman but fined the conductor $20
with the alternative of serving twenty
days in jail. The judge said that Mrs.
Schrader had a right to ride for tho
fare which she paid and that in eject
ing her from the car . the conductor
had committed an unlawful assault.
HEAR OLD SPANISH SONGS
Executive Committee of Archaeologl.
cal Institute Gives Entertainment
Like Those of Olden Days
The executive committee of the South
west society of the Archaeological In
stitute of America gave a Spanish dtn»
ncr Wednesday night at the residence
of Charles F. Lummiß In honor of
Henry B. Huntlngton. The entertain
ment was conducted in the old fash
ioned California way. There were In
numerable Spanish hours with the gui
tar, and some of the 600 which the
society has already preserved were
played by phonograph, while the crowd
also joined in Hinging many of the
songs of old tlmi'H.
Those present were: Henry E. Hunt
lngton, Gen. Harrison Gray Otis, first
vice president of the society; J. Q,
Koepfll. president of the museum foun
dation committee; Prof. Theodore B.
Comstock, MaJ. E. W. Jones, Miss Mary
B. Voy, Mrs, W. H. Houßh. Joseph
Scott. Dr. F. M. Palmer, Henry W.
O'Melveny, W. C. Patterson, Miss
Munueia, Garcia,' Dim Rogendo I!ru
churtUi Don Francisco Ainate, the
Misses LulHa and Kosa Villa.
A letter from President Roosevelt
congratulating the society on its great
victory in securing th« right to conduct
sclenting -.xploratlon on the Indian
reservy I*^1 *^ *""! ««r«»t vwierve was
TtwC. **=••"• «#ft»<y now nun 345 mem
bPi-H^-' 1 4 The largest in America, and
Is iijn "ir its membership dally. Its
ger»Mcn».,iiual meeting will be held ntsr
V*** maM +4 the month,
LOS ANGELES HERALD* SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1905.
H. E. GREENE
RESCUE MISSION WORKS
AT EVERY "HOBO CORNER"
THOSE "DOWN ON THEIR LUCK"
Many Graduates of Eastern Colleges
and Men Who Have Held High
Positions In Business and Profes
sions Are Among Those Assisted
"Where are the hobo corners?"
This question was promptly an
swered by Frank F. Pratt, the recently
appointed secretary of the Union Res
cue mission, 145 North Main street.
"Many of the men who gather at
these corners," said Mr. Pratt, "are
men who are 'down on their luck' and
who have 'lost their grip.' By congre
gating at these corners they verify the
truth of the old adage that 'misery
"This 1h where our gospel wagon
work comes In. No matter if some do
say we are 'carting the gospel around
on wheels,' we don't allow such,crit
icism to hinder us from doing our best
for these unfortunate people.
"Many of tho men we have rescued
had reached the depths of degradation
when they were led to realize their de
plorable condition and were brought
from darkness to light. Some of these
men were former graduates ot eastern
colleges and had been prominent in
business and professional circles.
"One encouraging feature is that in
the rescuing of so many man, often
their pleasant family relations are re
newed and family ties reunited. At a
recent date' there were forty of these
unfortunate men who signified their
desires to lead Christian lives. It is
wonderful what the reminder of
mother and home does In rescuing
these men from drinking and other
bad habits. The Christian principles
accepted by them and put into practice
are the redeeming qualities of their re
formation. They become Imbued with
the principles of higher and nobler
"But there is a heavy responsibility
to keep aright those who have been
gathered within the fold and to lead
them on in Christian precepts until
they have sufficient strength to guard
against the temptations that have sur
rounded them in their former lives of
"The announcement from the gospel
wagon that free meals and beds are
furnished at the mission to the hungry
and weary ones, draw many within
our reach for good Influences that
would not otherwise be accomplished.
Some of these men might not be con
sidered by many as worthy of even a
free meal and bed but we feel that this
is a practical way of showing good
religious principles in reaching 'the
least of these.' It Is of course expected
that in a work like ours that we will
be Imposed upon In various ways, but
the greatest good to the greatest num
ber Is our mootto and we keep right
on encouraging people and saving
many who would otherwise fill drunk
"But with all the disagreeable feat
ures connected with our work," con
tinued Mr. Pratt, "there are many
amusing scenes enacted among so
many different nationalities that come
to us. The witty Irishman is profuse
in giving his 'exparlunces' and others
come in for their share of humorous
reminiscences. But many of these men
are active in the mission work in
The mission work is in charge of H.
K. Greene, the assistant superintend
ent, during the absence of William
Trotter, the superintendent, who is
away on an extended vacation neces
sitated by ill health.
ATTACKS BUILDING LAW
City Council May Abandon Old Ordl.
nance and Adopt a New
It Is probable that when the council
returns from its trip to Owens river
the entire building ordinance will be
thrown in the waste basket and an
other one constructed. So ftiany
changes have been demanded and so
many amendments made that accord
ing to a member of the city council, the
building ordinance has more holes in it
than the city charter.
J. Simons, of a firm of brlckmakers,
appeared before the building committee
yesterday and attacked the section pf
the ordinance governing the construc
tion of reinforced concrete. He quot
ed from government reports to show
tlmt the ordinance as existing In I ( os
Angeles is not sufficiently stringent in
its demands. Building Superintendent
Backus has prepared an amendment to
the ordinance governing the construc
tion of fire escapes and other amend
ments are proposed.
The building ordinance was recent
ly drawn up by Architects John Park
inson, J. C. Austin and J. 11. Morrow
at a cost of SISOO, but it has been
changed until Jt scarcely resembles it*
Order New Equipment
As evidence of the enormous In
crease In freight and passenger busi
ness it Is announced at Santa Fo
headquarters that new equipment, con
listing of thirty passenger and twenty,
five freight locomotives, 6000 freight
and 1000 refrigerator curs have been
ordered to meet the demunda for ser
vice on the local Hues. The now roll.
ln» stock, It la expected, will arrive
here In time for the hundling of the
bir citrus crop.
and CHURCH MUSIC
St. Paul 1 * pro-cftthftdrat— Very Rev.
Dr. J. J. Wflklrm, dean and rector.
Morning, "After Death— What?" Even
ing, "The Communion of Salntß."
fit. Athanaslus— Rev. Stephen Sher
man, rector. Morning, "The Law of
Momentum and Retrogression In Re
ligion." Evening, "Communion."
Church of the Epiphany— Rev. Wal
ton Hall Doggett, rector. Mofnlng,
"Our Work for Others." Evening, "An
All Saints' Day Sermon."
Christ church— Rev. Baker P. Lee,
rector. Morning, confirmation service,
with addres* by nishop Johnson, TCven-
Ing, cantata, "The Sermon on the
Church of the Neighborhood— Rev. T.
C. Marshall, rector. Morning, Junior
church at 11 o'clock. Evening, second
of a series of question box services.
Central Baptist— Rev. A. S. Phelpg,
pastor. Morning, "The Church for To
day." Evening, "Three B's for Young
Immanuel Baptlut— Rev. W. C. Clat
worthy. pastor. Morning sermon by
Rev. W. W. Dean.
First Christian— Rev. A. C. Smlther,
pastor. Morning, "Thou Art Come to
the Kingdom for Such Times as This."
Evening, address to young women on
Central Avenue Congregational — Rev.
N. L. Rowell, pastor. Morning, "The
Living Christ." Evening, "The Tempta
tions of Christ.'
Central Presbyterian— Rev. A. R.
Prlchard, pnstor. Morning sermon by
Rev. T. F. Burnham of Vallejo. Even
ing sermon by the pastor; topic,' "The
Anatomy of Sin."
First Methodist— Rev. Robert Mcln
tyre, the pastor, will speak on "Abra
ham Lincoln" at the evening service.
Westlake Methodist-Rev. H. W.
Rider, pastor. Morning, "The Sphere
and Recognition of Women." Evening,
"The Value of a Good Record."
Newman Methodist— Rev. O. E. Fos
ter, pastor. Morlng, "Personal Evan
Trinity Methodist South— Rev. E. P.
Ryland, pastor. Rev. Stephen Bowers
will preach at both services.
First Congregational— Morning ser
mon by Dr. Warren F. Day, pastor
emeritus, on "The Circumference of our
Religion." Evening sermon by Rev.
William Horace Day, the pastor; topic,
"Modern Heroes of the Faith."
Bethlehem Institutional— Rev. D. W.
Bartlett, pastor. Morning, "The Awak
ening of a Soul." Evening service In
charge of Adjt. Bailey of the Salvation
Army Rescue home. .
Y. M. C. A.— Men's service at 3:30 p.
m., address by W. E. McVey. Special
Cathedral of St. Vlblana — High mas 3
at 10:30 a. m., with sermon by Rev. T.
F. Fahey. Rev. J. A. Reardon will
preach at the evening service.
Our Lady of Angels— Sermon at the $
o'clock mass in Spanish and at the 11
o'clock mass in English by Rev. J.
Caballeria. Meeting of the St. Vincent
de Paul society at 3 p. m.
St. Vincent de Paul— High mass at
10:45 a. m., Rev. J. E. Lilley, C. M.,
celebrant. Rev. Thomas J. Devlne, C.
M., will preach. Sodalities will receive
communion at the 7:30 o'clock mass.
Very Rev. Dr. Glass, C. M., will preach
at the evening service on "Praying for
St. Joseph's— Sermon in German at the
10:30 o'clock mass. Meeting of the St.
Cecilia's sodality at 1:30 p. m. Mothers'
society meeting at 3 p. m.
St. Thomas the Apostle — Rev. J. E.
Lilley, C. M., will celebrate the 7 o'clock
mass. Rev. J. W. Collins will preach at
the 8 o'clock mass on "The Communion
of Saints." High mass at 10:10 a. m.,
when Father Collins will preach on
"The Reward of Sanctity." Evening
sermon on "Sacramental Confession."
Church of the Blessed Sacrament,
Hollywood— Macs at 8:15 and 10:30 with
sermon on "All Saints" by Rev. D. W.
J. Murphy. Vespers and benediction at
4 p. m.
St. Agnes'— High mass at 10:30 a. m.,
with sermon by Rev. C. Molony. Even
ing sermon by Rev. W. Hughes.
St. Patrick's— General communion at
the 6:30 o'clock mass. Rev. P. J.
O'Reilly will preach at the 10:30 o'clock
First Christian church, corner Hope
and Eleventh streets, Sunday, Novem
Morning — Organ prelude, "Romanza"
(Parker); anthem, "Jerusalem" (Par
ker-Reese); response, "A Contrite
Heart (Pierce); alto solo, "The Ninety
and Nine" (Ludwlg), Miss Blanche
Brown; postlude), "Postlude in B"
Evening — Organ prelude, "Adagio"
(Volskmar); anthem, "The Gates of
Pearl" (Whlttlng); response, "A Con
trite Heart" (Pierce); soprano solo,
"My God, My Father" (Marston), Mrs.
Robert Smith; duet, "Will Tou Go?"
Bartlett); Messrs Dupuy and Martin;
organ postlude), "March" (Silas). J. P.
St. John's, Adams and Flgueroa
Morning— Prelude, "Andante" (Men
delssohn); processional, "For All the
Saints;" "Kyrie,, Gloria Tlbl and
Sanctus in F" (Tours); hymn, "Oh,
What the Joy and the Glory;" anthem.
"God Shall Wipe Away All Tears"
(Field); "Gloria In Bxcelsis," old chant:
"Nuno Dlmlttls" (Barnby); recessional,
"Love Divine All Love excelling;"
Evening—Prelude (Batiste); proces
sional, "Ten Thousand Times Ten
Thousand;" choral evensong (Fallis);
"Magnificat and Nuno Dlmlttls In D"
(Field); hymn, "From All Thy Balntß
In Warfare;" offertory solo from "Eli
jah" (Mendelssohn); recessional, "O
Paradise, O Paradise;" poatlude (Lem
mens). Miss Louise N. Hill. Miss Maude
Wolfe and Messrs. Varnum and Peter,
sen and chorus. Waldo F. Chase, or
ganist and choirmaster.
First Congregational, Harry Clifford
Lott, choir director:
Morning— Organ prelude, "Andante"
(Gleason) ; children's processional
hymn; choir, "Th« Lord Is My Shep
herd" (Smart); choir response. "Jesus,
My Lord" (Barnby); offertory, organ,
"Improvisation" (Judasselm); hymn;
solo by Mrs. C. H, Richards, selected;
hymn; organ poetlude, "Postlude in
Evening— Organ prelude. "Slclllano"
(Hopkins): hymn; choir, "Savior. When
Night Involves the Skies" (Shelley);
choir response, "Jesus, My Lord"
(Barnby); offertory, orgsin, "Allegro
from String Quartet" (Volkmarn);
hymn; choir, "The Day Is Gently Sink-
Ing to a Close" (GllchrUO ; organ post,
Home Telephone Construction Co.—
Directors: C. U. Poron, C. U. Andrews,
Plulo Jones, M. Andrews) and J. a.
Doron of Los Angeles. • Capital stock
(500,000, with 11600 subscribed.
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¥''tfWiSFst ff^" v|r We want to call your attention 'to • few of the ressons
J^^MWii that should brine you to this store for your next suit or
ill^v We arC the BOIC di9tributori for Alfred Benjamin's
l^^^Jljlv} We are exclusively a clothing store. Our attention
fi 1 ]fM\ is not dirccte(l amon X ■ dozen lines of Roods.
w/i'ilK We deal only in exclusive st y les > although our prices
Mfl/iwl J are no higher than you pay for ordinary clothing.
Win || We promise to fit you better than • tailor at htlf a
-fllflWeißi HIS® tailors price.
i¥g" # B^ r yoi»K We stand back of every transaction guaranteeing
&£l WfaoWS firflto* satisfaction for every purchase.
yn v H You had better make your selections while the vari-
i«f \\ j^ ety is complete.
1 4« And don't forget that we make a specialty of young
V C* •1L /S<mV if* Exclusively Exclusive Clothing
JaiUCS OlPsltD (SO \jO* M South Spring St.
Jfe ; ' ii "Pa I^l i\T I 1 V&T2I TV tr\ TO n IB PH fe@l»
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1 The mere statement that we have the greater part of three spacious floors devoted to furniture
■ of the above classes conveys but a slight Impression of the magnificent stock that we really
1 have In this line. Our prestige lies In the splendid variety, high merit and excluslveness of
I the furniture Itself— in quality, style and workmanship. •'
1 There are many beautiful pieces In genuine mahogany, also gold and Vernis Martin
H . styles and some In violet wood— entirely new and extremely fine; library pieces In golden
I and weathered oak, upholstered In genuine leather In varying shades; others In the handsome
H fumed oak; many pieces covered only In muslin, to be finished according to the purchasers
B preference, In silk, tapestry, velvet, leather or hair cloth. We Invite a critical Inspection
I of our stock. The lowest possible price consistent with reliability prevails here always. M J--
/ Los Angeles Furniture Co, V
Sfr'MjT 631-633-635 South Spring St. **W^m'
BoSiL On West Side of ss P rin^« Midway Between Sixth and Seventh Sts. /ff^M
La Park Tract No. 2
Nothing succeeds like success. Having met with such fine success in the
quick disposition of La Park Tract No 1, we are putting on the market
La Park Tract No. 2
which lies just north of La Park Tract No. 1, between said tract and the
Whittier car line, being just 3 blocks south of the new steel plant and on
Santa Fe avenue; this avenue is one of the city's most important thorough-
fares These lots will sell readily. Call and make selections at once.
Phones: Main 4822, Home 7662
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ket, conaldwln* Quality, wel.ht afld flntsh. R|itcher<? Attention
CWaivood R».|.« from Ml U*. ««h. Steel Ra,«.a from WIJM w, LHIILHLrfc, AUCllllUlli
Tames W. Hellman 161 North Spring St. i, m prepared now to tmtid Rewger.
** Lot ANOPIEB J ators of any also and quality to order,
— — — — —^— s— — w^— — a— — — — 1^ | on short notice. cAlso Counters,
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m *y * m i i cTVlachinery, Bone Orinders, downs,
If\ I rilAtllCTCl olprons and all kind* oi Butchers'
A^!i i I\J VUlUlllolOi Tools at closest market price*.
• [>1 I juht ah Naps, fa N«p« County, has Urge Facto, i Ir%C TfIPCPr
jfrtT&A bSsiSiStiai, rlo making Olov«« end Overahirti. Both IJ*J»« •IUC^CI Avwut
/£*l2£V\ ? a .iP. l ; oper "SmV.!.? lactorioa want many operator". Steady- , v «-. ■' — - -~— '
fjjBSLX \ , f^ ,1 .iTvour r" »* york alt th. year at good wage.. Climat-
( &£mk%J SenrE U. but S. ic, social and farming condition, equal to *"<> for 00-IW Lot
\K^ffiJjgMW a day. You could , ny# U yo u **ek auch opportunities i n beautiful HOLLYWOOD, corner Center
XJtjyrgdy hav f "'"ff , e iT; write to the undersigned, or to Napa street and riunaet Boulevard (100 root
V«nl«noe or better pu'Li,., O f Commaro or batter vat wide): ■cement walks and ourba, street*
II »»t M 'iVco. The caiif 0rn ja Glove Co. wtrT VISI'TiK "S&JnS'- &
Vm 1.,, 111 1 i i ml 6it»ed -rL r._.« _ jl;., /• . Take • Moilywppd car to office, corner
X The Cameron Shirt Co. sn^fi^aa
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