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SANTA ANA LINE
OPEN TO TRAFFIC
OFFICIALS ENTERTAIN PARTY
ON TRIAL RUN
Roadbed of Excellent Construction
and In Fine Condition— Patron*
Delighted With Transportation
Officials of the Pacific Electric Rail
way company and about fifty repre
sentatives of Los Angeles newspapers
formally opened tho new line of the
Pacific Electric to Santa Ana yesterday
by an lnopectlon trip in the private car
As this wns the flrot time a car had
gone over the track no attempt wag
made to brenk sper-d records. Notwith
standing a stiff wind blowing directly
against It, El Peregrlno made the dis
tance of twenty-four miles In a few
minuted more than a hour. The return
trip was made In forty-two minutes.
With Traffic Manager J. McMillan,
Advertising and Industrial Agent 11. S.
Kneedler, aided and abetted by Super
intendent It. W. Howray of the north
ern division and Superintendent Van
Vranken of the southern division, nnd
all of the Pacific Electric Jlnllwny
company, conducting the expedition,
wind and rain or any other dlsngree
able features could have no effect on
the spirits of the party. They merely
served to put a keener edge on healthy
appetites, an exigency which the
hosts had provided for by a sumptuous
lunch at the Hotel Uossmorc in Santa
Mayor Welcomes Party
The special left the Pacific Electric
depot, corner Sixth and Main streets,
at 11 o'clock yesterday morning and
reached Santa Ana about 12:30 In a
driving rain. The party was warmly
received by the mayor of Santa Ana
and other city officials. It had been
planned to have a band meet the car
and an elaborate program had been
arranged by Santa Ana residents, but
the rain made It impossible to carry
it out. Regardless of the inclement
weather a large number of the resi
dents appeared and supported the
mayor in his expression of welcome.
The Santa Anans are greaty pleased
that the new line has been completed
that that they thus have easy commun
ication with Los Angeles. The first
regular car will leave this city at 6:05
this morning and afterwards will be
operated on a regular schedule. Sixteen
cars will be run each way every day
and will make the trip in about an
hour. The fare will be 65 cents each
way or $1 for the round trip, the cheap
est transportation that Santa Ana has
In addition to the transportation
facilities thus offered for passengers,
freight trains will be operated and this
in itself Is a cause for rejoicing in
Santa Ana and that portion of Orange
county which the new line traverses.
The new line passes through rich
agricultural and orchard land that has
only needed the impetus given it by the
new railway to become one of the most
valuable sections in Southern Cali
The pleasure with which the new
railway is received by the ranchers
along the line was evinced by the
waving of hats and handkerchiefs with
which the special was greeted ns It
whizzed through the smaller places.
The trial trip was more than satis
factory to the officials and their guests,
tht newspaper men. The officials were
chiefly delighted because the roadbed
proved to be one of the smoothest, best
ballasted lines over which any of the
Pacific Electric cars now run. The
newspaper men were delighted be
cause these officials lived up to their
far-famed reputation for hospitality.
The sentiment of the party towards
Joseph McMillan and Harry Kneedler
is best expressed in the words of the
popular song which runs: " Do— do
TALK PUBLIC OWNERSHIP
AT BLANCHARD HALL
DEVOTEES MAKE STIRRING
Dr. John R. Haynes Sends Letter of
Encouragement — Prof. Jean de
Chauvenet Gives Recital — Geo. T.
Bruce Is Chairman
Blanchard hall was fairly well filled
yesterday afternoon on the occasion
of a meeting held under the nuspices
of the Progressive club for the purpose
of organizing a public ownership
league. George T. Bruce presided and
Anna R. Alex was secretary.
Prof. Jean de Chauvenet prave a re
cital of Chopin and Wagner which
the audience appreciated.
A letter of encouragement was rend
from Dr. John R, Hayncs, who was
unable to be present.
James Taylor lingers, the lirst
speaker, after reading- the constitu
tion of California, referring to sections
one, two and ten of the declaration of
rights, said in part:
"The first section defines the rights
of the Individual, declaring them In
alienable; the second proclaims the
people are supreme, and that they may
change the government; and the tenth
grants the people free assemblage to
consult for the common kochl and to
instruct their representatives.
"It Is under these guaranties that
we meet today. Jt is to affirm that
public ownership Is for the common
good and to demand of the city officials
—our trustees— that they preserve the
property of the people.
"We are met to dlßcuss the problem
"How shall we maintain the rights of
the individual and make society happy
William J. Danford. the last speaker
Bald in part:
"We stand for the undisturbed rights
of man to property In things, but we
deny any one the right to hoist the
dollar above man. Public ownership of
public utilities is no longer a theory
in embryo, but Is a practical and
economic doctrine for a progressive
Pity llko this great metropolis of the
future to emulate and apply to the
Owens river project and the power to
issue therefrom. New York city began
two weeks ago to operate the ferries
from Manhattan island for transport
ing her citizens. Shall we become a
back number In the progress of the
world or shall we look well to operat
ing our public utilities?
"The power to be generated by the
Owens river system In said by govern
ment experts to be worth J4.000.000 per
year. Let us keep It under public con
trol and supply our city light and
power and supply Industries with
power at cost and make Los Angeles
a manufacturing city to be reckoned
with. Such are the purposes for which
this league la formed."
The Purity of Burnett's Vanilla
>Vaa never questioned by anyone. I
SHOWS SANTA ANA'S NEW ELECTRIC LINE
Joseph McMillan, Traffic Manager of the Pacific Electric Railway
PROMISE HEAD FOR POLICE
Meeting of Full Board on Tuesday Ex,
pected to Result in a Selection
of Man to Succeed
Police Oommißßionor O. T. Johnson
has returned to Los AnßelrH from nn
extensive visit to the rasst and he is
prepared to resume . his .scat on thf
police board when that body meets*
Tuesday morning. Prom this fact it
is expected that the lontr delayer] ap
pointment of a rhlef of poli<:e will be
The delay In naming » BurceßSnr tn
I Are Coming
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\ Eastern Friends
i 2 Cases Fine Old Wine
ii Freight paid to any point in
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j 120 and 131 N. Alain Street
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 6. 1905.
W. A. Hammel has been laid at tho
door of Mr. Johnson by the mayor and
other members of the commission, who
have steadily maintained that they doj
not care to consider the proposition ex
cept at a full meeting of the commls-l
Mayor McAleer hns expressed him
self as anxious to lay down the burden
of acting as the chief of tho police de
partment, for his duties as mayor have'
been particularly arduous of late and
I a number of propositions are pending I
'— Ladies, Attention !— =
Auction Sale of Oriental Rugs
Persian Rug and Carpet Importing Co.
OF NEW YORK
557 and 559 South Main Street SMff N
This sale was postponed on account of the late arrival of our elegant assortment
of rugs exhibited at the St. Louis Exposition. These exclusive Oriental Rugs will
be on exhibition Wednesday Morning.
By Order of Avedis M. Enfiajiail, Western Agent
thnt promise to make them continue so.
C;ipt. Auble, who hiis been acting
as chief of police In minor details, has
been entirely fculdPd by the wishes
of the mayor In the Important nets i
of his department. '
Cundlclnoy for the position of rhlef;
hns settled down to a three-cornered !
bnttle between Taul Flammer, former!
Chief Glass and Acting Chief Auble. \
Rumors of a dark horse, which It'
was stated the mayor would spring on'
the commission. If his choice, Paul j
Flammer, was not acceptable to that
body, have proven to be without foun
dation and the race will be between
the three who have been most promi
nently before the commission.
The fact that the city council will
start for the Owens river valley Tues
day evening will not delay the chief,
to be named by the commission, from I
entering upon his dtities Immediately!
with full authority. The charter does
not provide for a conlirmation by the '
council of the choice of the commission >
and all that will '■ be necessury to se- 1
cure a head for the police department
Is for a majority of the commission lo
agree on the same man.
MEN AUK POWERLESS
To Vlßht Agnlnit IMs.-hmc I'nlrnN They
Strike n« the Underlying Online.
To treat Dandruff and Falling Hair
with Irritants or oils on which a para-
Bit iu perm will prosper is llko sooop
inpr water from .the ocean to prevent
tlio tide from rising.
You cannot Hccompllsh a satisfactory
cure without having a rlpht under-
Handing of the fundamental causes of
You must kill the Dandruff Gorm.
Newbro'a Herpiclrle does this because
It is specially mailu to do that very
When the Korm Is removed, the hair
has no choice but to resume healthy
growth and beauty.
"Destroy the cause, you remove tho
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In stamps for sample to Tho Herplcide
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The Los Angeles I.hiill.il"
Commencing December 1 the Salt
I Lakn route will put in operation tho
I swell train of the west, "Tho Loo An
; Relcs Limited." This train will run
daily between Los Angeles and Chicago
via Salt Lake City, on a sixty-rlght
hour schedule. Information 250 South
Spring: Both phones 352. •
AVell, cafes and cafe waiters have
robbed people long, maybe the high
' wayman who held up a Los An
1 geles restaurant only "got his," after
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