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WOUNDED MAN
SHOWS BRAVERY
CALMLY DIRECTS PHYSICIANS
AND POLICE
Machinist Attempts to Board Moving
Car and Is Thrown Beneath the
Wheels— Left Leg Ampu.
tated at Hospital
LyinK on the pavement at Main and
Sixteenth slreeta with his left !<•«
ground to ;i pulp. Clarence H. shamp,
who had missed his footing while try
ii. it to board it swlftly-movlns north
bound Mnln street cur und hud Kllpped
beneath the front trucks, coolly rolled
n cigarette, lit it nnd after taking on
inhJik' Riive orders to distracted pus-
Bern by who hud gathered about.
After lu'iiitf made an comfortable »s
possible tinder the circumstances,
Shiimp Itsked ona of the men to cull fur
the police ambulance. A few minutes
Inter Pntrolmnn Johnson arrived and
with the nsplßtance of n. physlcbm
buiind up Shump'fl leg and curried him
to a couch niiifle of coiitn.
When Shiimp whs removed to the vc
ceiVlng hogpltnl It was found thnt
amputation below Ihn knee would b°
necessary. The young machinist pro
tested calmly tißfilnst the operation un
til shown that it was absolutely neces
s<iiry nnd then yielded to the advice of
the police surgeons.
Hhamp is a young man. employed as a
machinist ut the Hlg Four K. & M.
HhopH nt "10 Commercial street. Dur
ing tho two years that he has been
in tho t'ity he has resided at the home
of Mrs. Flora L. Stadler, 3700 Wldney
street.
Shortly before noon yesterday Shnnip
loft the whops nnd went to his room.
Early In the afternoon he went to a
friend's houwe near where the accident
occurred and remained there during th?
nfternoon. A party of three left the
rooms shortly before the accident and
went to the cur line.
Tries to Board Moving Car
Arcordlng to the story of one of the
men, they waited for a car some min
utes, and when it did come the motor
niiin did not stop. Shamp was standing
near thn tracks, and when another enr
came along he suggested to his friends
that they board It whether it stopped or
not. In preparation the three men lined
up some distance apart with Shamp
nearest the car.
Seeing that the motormnn of the cnv
was paying no attention to signals,
Shamp grasped the brass rail at the
side of the front entry and swung
ii board. The machinist missed his foot
ing and not having a good hold with his
hands fell beneath tho front trucks.
AVhen the motormun saw that the
men were about to hoard the cur he
npplied his air brrike« and when Shamp
grasped the rail h.'id'the car well under
i nntrol. Without a cry. Shamp lay on
the pavement and the two wheels
passed over the lower part of his left
limb.
Finding lhat he wan badly injure-1,
Hhamp gave directions to those who
nought to help him, while he rolled ;i
Cigarette, and then between puffs con
tinued to direct the workers. His re
inarkiibli: display of nerve had its effect
on the men about him and within a
short time he wan made nuitc comfort
nblp.
Police Surgeons Quint, Freedman.
Honyngr- and Garcelon operated on
Shamp at the receiving hospital. Mrs.
Stadler arranged for the care ofjthH
injured man and will have him removed
to her home as soon as it is possible.
HELLO GIRL WEDS MONEY
After a Long Courtship She Marries
a Bachelor Twice Her
Age
Special to Tho Herald.
NEW YORK. Dec. I.— The trans
formation from telephone girl to mis
tress of $;tno,onn and a great orange
plantation in Florida, may sound like
Hip plot of a Charlotte Braeme novel,
I. ut it was such a change that Ida
Hchwindt made when Hhfi was married
i\z 4:30 p. m. yesterday to Bernard
Naxton of New York.
Lattt spring when her old school
friend, Annie Bennett, also a telephone
Klfl, married a millionaire, E. H. Whit
ney. Ida Schwindt was a bridesmaid.
Yesterday her friend, in the dress of a
widow, assisted at tho quiet wedding
Jn St. Cecilia's church, (ireenpoint.
Right years ago Ida Schwindt, daugh
ter of l'hilip Schwindt, a poor German
Uaeher, took n position as exchange
«irl in the Park Avenue hotel. Threo
years later when she was a handsome,
Kirl of twenty-three, Bernard Saxton,
it. ivtvilthy bachelor, twice her age,
took up his residence in the hotel. At
tracted by the pleasant manners and
jilumri charms of the girl, he became
her wooer, but it was live years before
lie could persuade her to overlook the
iliffereneo. in their ages and become
Ills bride. Last spring, however, when
uhe assisted at the marriage of her
friend, .Miss Schwiiuli changed her
mind. Last Easter Mho gave up her
position in the hotel and turned her
a Mention to an elaborate bridal trous
seau.
Last evening sh« was taken by her
husband from the humble, home, fi2C
Leonard street, Oreenpoint, to fine
apartments at No. 17 Kast Twenty
seventh street . ■Manhattan. Here Mr.
i.nil Mrs. Saxton will remain for a
month until their departure to the
south, where the bride will take pos
pesslon of her mansion in fragrant
orange groves.
TIRES OF SILENT WIFE
Man Seeks Divorce From Helpmeet
Who Never Talked but Wrote
Notes
Rp.'olul to Tll« Herald.
JEFFET'SON, Intl.; Dec. I.— Not
because ills wife talked too much, but
btfc-uusfi she talkud too little does
Charles [lulbert seek a divorce. He
til leges In his complaint that she would
ko for days at a time refusing to speaK
n word or have anything to do with
Him. Even for the commonest <-ourt«*
*i<-« he was often compelled to write
a note. Finally, in July last, Hulbe.rt
nays, he insisted on talking, whereupon
his wife left him.
HOLE IN BRAIN AND LIVES
Surgeons Greatly Puzzled by the Vie.
Tim of Accidental
Shooting
Bpacial to The lleruld
MAKINETTK, Win., Dec. I.— Local
Mirtceonu are puzzled and astonished by
the fact thut niiic-year-old Amos Bent
vllle who shot himself through th«
head Huuday is alive and apparently
Kitlning In strength. The. ride ball
passed through the boy'n cy 0 and
through the center of his brains, much
of the latter oozing out before physi
cians could bo tiummoiied.
PART 11.
SPECIAL OFFER WEEK
CLOSES WITH A "BOOM"
Many Three Months' Subscriptions Turned In — Winners
Announced Tomorrow
T.nut week was the most Melting of
thp contest tip to dnto, on account of ]
extra prize nnd vote, offer. Quite a,
number of Indies In the nice maile a!
good Rhowlng nnd there promises to
be Borne very close decisions at the, 3
llnlsh. Thnt friends of nil the ron
tentanti nre doing their utmost wns
proven liist week by Hip Inrgp number
of three-months' subscriptions that
were turned Into this office. (Jenernl
Interest Is moused In every ptirt of
Los Angeles and thn surrounding coun
try, candldatel and their friends nre
lining everything possible to have the
mimes of their favorites us v winner
at the close, Dei-ember 23. Tomorrow
the names and possibly the pictures
of the winners will be published. The
lucky ones can call at The Herald of
fice and receive orders for the prizes,
viz: The ladles' gold watch and the
special bnllot for 10.000 votes, and
ladles' solid gold brooch) set with sol-
Itairo dintnond, with special ballot for
fiOOO votes. Candidates can make a
selection to their own liking at the i
store of E. Gerson, 339 South Broad- 1
way. Mr. Oerson, who hns had many |
years of experience In this special lino,
will be able to offer some very good
suggestions in to the selection, and
every courtesy will bo extended upon
presentation of orders. The Sales
ladies Contest Is now Hearing Its
close; only twenty-ono more days, in- i
eluding Sunday, remain. These days
no doubt will be filled with the keen- '
est rivalry anil the strupgle enacted
will be one of the fiercest ever initi
ated by nny paper in Southern Cali
fornia. As the days slip rapidly by
in which the five most popular sales
ladles are to receive $!>OO In prizes j
Interest centers in the efforts each cun- '
didate Is making In the race.
Every one has done remarkably well
up to date, and there, isn't a question
of doubt thnt they iill will do better as
the race progresses.
PRICE OF DAILY HERALD
1 month's subscription to Daily Her
ald, 65c; 3 months' subscription to
Dally Herald, $1.95; (i months' sub
scription to Daily Herald, J3.nO; 12
months' subscription to Dally Herald,
$7.50.
Those who are already subscribers to
this paper may secure votes in this
contest by paying in advance as long
as desired. Payments in arrears count
the same ns payments in advance, pro
viding there is a payment made for at
least one month In advance.
The Los Angeles Herald
Popular Salesladies Contest
Fill in the name of th« lady whom you wish to vote
for and her buiinasi address. Bring or mail to mana
gtr of Contest Department, care Lot Angsles HeralJ.
This coupon counts one vote.
Address
Not good after December 10.
EVILS OF FINE CLOTHES
Love of Display Makes Hypocrites,
Says a St. Louis Clergy,
man
Special to The Herald.
ST. LOUIS, Dor. I.— Much interest
hits hern aroused in Kt. Louis religious
circles by an editorial on the evils of
not dressing ami living according to
one's means, by Kov. Henry W. Mizner,
rector of St. Stephen's house, a social
settlement, at Sixth und Kutger Ktreets.
which appem-.s in the current issue of
St. Stephen's Chimes, the organ of the
settlement.
Dr. Mizner says the young men and
women of America, especially of the
middle and poorer classes, spend too
much on their clothes and finery and
not enough <>n their homes. To a re
ported Dr. Mizner, in his study at the
settlement house-, talked ut his obser
vation?.
"This love of display," he said, "is
productive of mnny evils besides cul
tivating an artful character, It hurts
the home and as tho home Is the foun
dation of the nation it hurts the nation.
"I have seen young factory girls In
this parish dressed as if they lived in
the best districts of the west end anrt
1 have gone to their homes and found
they wire hardly more than hovels.
They put the greater portion of their
earnings on their backs, purchasing
foolish finery that makes them ridicu
lous.
"lv England the home means a great
deal more to the young people than it
does over here. There they are fond of
witting In a room made cozy by the ef
forts of all the members of the family
and of reading ami thus getting culture
"Hut here In many instances It seems
as if the youuy men and women have
little desire to make their homes at
tractive places, where they like to stay.
They are continually going out and get
ting as far away from home as possible
and, of course, this is bound to result
in evils.
"If they would take their earnings
and Invest them in hooks to build up a
little library and put pictures on the
walls and make the rooms they live In
cozy places which they would naturally
think of with pleuHiirabie anticipation
when the day'H work Is done they would
be much happier and develop better
characters.
"Display of what really does not be
long to them hut* had a bad effect on
their characters. They are making a
false front. In other words they are
hypocritical.
"I know of an Instance In which blx
young men livexl In one room In a
boarding house. The room was one
you would imagine two might usi
comfortably. Where those young men
kept their clothes was a. mystery I
never solved. And yet, night after
night, half of them, and sometimes
the whole nix, would rig themselves
up in evening clothes and frock coats
and top hats. They reully had enough
money to live easily earn in a room
by himself. Hut they preferred to ab-
Btalii from the pleasure of having a
place they could properly call a home
in order to upend their earnings on
clothe* und a good time.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3, 1905.
T ho 1,-ullrA to receive orrWn for prizes
will bo determiner! by popular votlnfc ac
cording to tho nccompanylng manner:
Vote*
1 nin. subscription r>nlly Iterflld W
3 rnoa. nubacrlptlnn T>nlly Herald i"0
fi miw, Ruhxcrlptlon Dally Hernld S"0
1- nios. subscription Daily Herald 1709
VOTE UP TO DATE
LANE & CO.'S STORE
Miss Edith House 54,273
Mias Dolly Mclntee 25,895
Miss Helen Rich 24,369 1
Mift J. Dunlap 3,536
FIFTH STREET STORE
Miss Florence Dewey 43,873
Miss Daisy Mclntyre 21,819
Miss May Turk 14,245
Miss Lillian Smith 10,049
Miss Emma Rennow 9,039
Mits Ethtlda Cantwell 4,928
JACOBY BROS.' BTORE
Mias Mabel Schaefle 38,225
Mrs. W. J. Workman 23,325
Miss Daisy Vickers 12,854
Miss Mabel Gordon, car* Cres
cent Drug company 34,043
MEHESY'S CURIO BTORE
Miss Grace Gray 33,985
THE BROADWAY
Miss Saydee See 32,447
Miss Edith Houston 29,162
Miss Myra Cecil 24,270
Miss Maude Blanck 14346
Miss Eva Snook 5.076
NEW YORK SUIT HOUSE
Miss Edith Learned 31,672
Miss T. Hagan 30,603
Miss Carrie Hall 21,544
Miss Ormah Beal 14,821
Mrs. A. J. West 3,301
HAMBURGER'S STORE
Miss Rose Guggenheim 31,548
Mrs. W. J. Lloyd 27,840
Miss Mabel Davis 26,812
Miss Margaret Fitzgerald 5,565
Miss L. Navin 1,654
N. B. BLACKSTONECO.
Miss Catherine Backs 30,159
VILLE DE PARIS
Miss B. Binder 24,847
Miss Mabel Beirne 11,152
Mrs. Shipman 8,039
Miss Etta Schumacher 4,461
Mrs. G. C. Stoddard, 449 South
Broadway 18,509
H. M. MOSHER'S STORE
Mrs. M. M. Lyon 15,116
Miss Mabel Beck 3,509
CHARLTON & CO.
Miss Margaret McNiven 15,103
CRESSATY'S CANDY STORE
Miss Lulu Hood 4,308
OLD WHISKY IS SCARCE
Toddy Drinking by Women Is Said to
Be One of the Chief
Causes
Special to The Herald,
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1.-Assuining
that six-year-old whisky is a blessing
to mankind, officers of tho internal rev
on uu bureau of tho treasury department
are willing to say that tho recent de
struction of thn Overholt bonded ware
house at Broadford, Pa., amounted to
a national calamity. They have run
yet received a. report from Collector
Helner at Plttsburg, but they know
there w:i3 a largo quantity of six-year
old stuff in tho warehouse and tliat it
is very scarce.
According to tho preliminary report
of Internal Revenue Commissioner
Yorkes some timo ago, the consump
tion of whisky is Increasing so fast
that in a few years it will be practical
ly impossible-U^-got liquor more than
two years old. Toddy drinking by wo
men requires an Immense amount of
whisky. Taken that way, many doc
tors approve of it by women with weak
stomachs Tho toddy drinking has cut
down the reserves of all distilleries.
A claim for rebate on tho taxes that
would have been due when it was token
out of the warehouse Is expected. Tnxos
are charged against whlskv when made,
but arc not paid until thu liquor is
withdrawn for consumption.
GIRLS WALK 32 MILES
Students of Normal School Do a
Great Pedestrian
Feat
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Dec. I.—
Thirty-eight young women studentn in
the Normal school of gymnastics
walked from this city to Watebury,
thirty-two miles, yesterday.
Forty-seven Btarted, but nine drop
ped out at varying stages. The girls
left the school accompanied by Dr.
Arnold, the principal, at quarte.r to 9
o'clock in the morning. At Cheshire
they had luncheon and rested. They
reached Waterbury about supper time,
and returned to their homes by trol
ley cars.
On their tramp the girls wore skirts
of walking length, low heeled broad toe
shoes, white sweaters tntf Tarn o'
Khanter hats.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Public Work
Public notice is hereby glveu that at
Its meeting held on Monday, the 6lh
day of November, ISOS, the City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles adopted
an Ordlnanco, designated ux Ordinance
No. 12.02S (New Series), declaring Ha
intention to order the following Im-
provement to do made, to wit:
That
BT. VINCENT PLAUK.
a public street of the City of Loa An-
geles, be opened to a width of forty feet,
betweun sixth street and Seventh
fctreet, in oald city.
Reference is hereby made to said Or-
Ordlnance on file In the office of thu
city Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
JAMBS HANLBY.
Street Kupei intenduut of the City of
l.ua Angeles. 11-37 12-6 lot
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
>o«l-e nt rnhiir- Work
Public notice. Is hereby Riven that «t
it« meeting 1 held on Monday, thn Bth
fifty of November. J»nf>, tho city Coun-
cil of tho City of Ix>» AngMes adopted
nn Ordinance, designated nn Ordinance.
No. 12,030 (New Series), declaring Its
Intention to order tho following Im-
provement to bo made. t.o wit:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention of
the City Council of the City of T,,n
Angeles to Hose up, vncata anil Abandon
for alley purposes nil that portion of
the
AJLLBT,
being ft public nlley of tho City of
t^>s Angeles, In the block bounded br
Brooklyn ftvnnue, Michigan avenue.
Soto street snd Mathews street, de-
scribed ns follows, to wit:
Heglnnlng at thn most westerly cor-
ner of lot 4 of tho Kcstibdlvislon of
tho Mile* Tract ns per map recorded In
I'onk i>.'i at pa so 2G, Mlsccllaneoitfl Rec-
ords of Los Angeles County;
thence northeasterly in a direct
lino fo tho most northerly cor-
ner of said lot 4; thonco north-
westerly and parallel with tho north-
erly line of Michigan avenue to a. point
In the easterly line of lot 8. said He-
subdivisions thenco southwesterly In a
direct line to the most southerly cor-
ner of lot 1, snld Itcptibdlvlslon; thenco
Fouthensterly In a direct lino to tha
point of beginning.
Sec. 2. Thnt the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement nro hereby
specified and declared to bo as follows.
to wit:
Resinning nt the most easterly cor-
ner of lot 3 of the Renubdivlslon of the
Miles Tract, as hereinbefore mentioned,
thence northwesterly In a direct lino to
the most northerly corner of said lot 3;
thence southwesterly In a direct lino to
the most westerly corner of lot 1, said
Itesubdlvlslon; thence southeasterly In
a direct lino to the most southerly cor-
ner of lot 4, said Resubdlvlslon; thence
northeasterly In a direct line to the
most easterly corner of said lot 4,
1 hence northwesterly In a direct line
to tho point of beginning; excepting
therefrom so much of said land which
Is now a part of any public street or
alley, m snld city.
Reference Is hereby mndo to said
Ordinance on flic In the oftlco of the
City Clerk of said city for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANI.KV.
Street Superintendent of the City of
Loa Angeles. 11-27 12-6 lOt
— — — — — — — — -
Public notice is hereby given that At
Its meeting hold on Monday, the Cth
day of November, l!»0B, tho City Council
ot the City of Los Angeles adoptod an
Ordinance, designated as Ordlnanco No
12,031 (Now Series), declaring Its In
tention to order the following improv
ment to bo mnde, to wit:
Section 1. That it is the Intention
the City Council of the City of Los An-
gnles to close up, vacate, and abandon
for alley purposes a portion of an
ALLEY,
bfjlnp a public alloy of tho City of Los
1 Angeles, extending from Fifth street
southerly in K. A. Miller's Subdivision
of lots 33, 34 and 35 of Workman &
Hellman's Subdivision, described aa
follows, to wit:
Beginning at the most northerly cor-
ner of lot 81 of E. A. Miller's Sub-
division of lots S3, .14, 35 of tho Work-
man & He.Uman Subdivision, as per
map recorded hi book 16 at pngo Gl,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County; thence southwesterly In a
direct lino to thn most westerly corner
of said lot 81; thence northwesterly In
a direct ltne to the most southerly cor-
ner of lot S3, said Subdivision; thence
northeasterly In a direct line to the
most easterly corner of lot 82, said
Subdivision; thenco southeasterly In a
direct line to the point of beginning.
Sec 2. That tho exterior boundaries
of the district of land to bo affected by
said work or improvement are hereby
specified and declared to bo as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the most easterly cor
nor of lot 81 of K. A. Miller's Subdivis-
ion, as hereinbefore mentioned; thence
southwesterly in a direct lino to tho
most southerly corner of said lot 81;
thenco northwesterly in a direct line to
tho most westerly corner of lot 83, satd
Subdivision; thenco northoasterly In a
direct, line to the most northerly cor-
ner of lot 82, said Subdivision; thence
southeasterly In a direct lino to tho
point of beginning; excepting there-
from any land therein contained which
is now a part of any public Etreet or
alley, in said city.
Reference Is hereby made to said Or-
dinance on fllo In the office of the City
Clerk of said city for further particu-
larS> JAMES HANLEY.
Street Superintendent of tho City of
Loa Angeb.s. 11-27 12-6 lOt
Notice of Public Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
Its meeting held on Monday, Die 6th day
of November, 1!>OS, the. City Council of
the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Orrllnanco No.
12.037 (New Series), declaring Its in-
tention to order the following improve-
ment to bo made, to wit:
Section 1. That It is tho intention of
tho City Council of tho City of Los An-
geles to close up. vacate and abandon,
for alley purposes, a portion of tho
ALLEY
bMng a public alley of the City of Los An-
Angeles, in the block bounded by Eighth
street. Ninth street, Coronado street and
Hoover street, described aa follows, to
wit:
Beginning at thn most easterly corner
of lot 109 of West End Terrace, ns per
map recorded in Book 22, at page S3,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County; thence northwesterly In a direct
line to the most northerly corner of said
lot 109; thence northerly along the pro-
longation of tho northwesterly line of
said lot 109 to a point which is distant 2
feet northeasterly, measured at right
singles, from said northeasterly line of
said lot 109; thence southeasterly and par-
allel with said northeasterly lino of natd
lot 109 to a point in the westerly line
of Coronado street: thence southwesterly
in a direct lino 2 feet to the point of be-
ginning.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to bo affected by
said work or Improvement aro hereby
specified and declared to bo as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the most easterly corner cf
lot 109 of tho West End Terrace, as herein-
before mentioned; thenco northwesterly
in a direct Una to the most northerly
corner of said lot 109; thence southerly
in a direct line to the. most northerly
corner of lot 110, said Wo3t End Terrace;
thonco southeasterly in a direct line to
the moßt southerly corner of said lot 109;
thenco northeasterly In a direct lino to the
point of beginning, in said city.
Reference Is hereby made to said
Ordinance on 1110 In tho office of the
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
JAMBS HANLEY.
Street Superintendent of tho City of
Lob Angeles. 11-27 12-6 lOt
Notice of the Filing of the Awtumcnt
for the WlilniluK of Moneta Avruur,
TiiK.-tlirr With tbe Ulagriun of th*
As«ei»iuent District for Maid Im-
liruveruent.
Notlco is hereby given that the Street
Superintendent has tiled with the Clerk
of the Council of the City of Los An-
geles the assessment for the. widening
of Moneta avenue from Thirty-seventh
street to southwest lino of Kanborn
Tract, as contemplated by Ordinance
No. 0378 (New Series), together with
tho diagram of the assessment district.
The date, of the first publication of this
notlco is December 1, 1905, and all
parties Interested aro hereby required
to file In writing their objections, it
any they have, to tho confirmation of
said iis*essmeat by the. City Council
with the Bald Clork of tho Council,
within thirty days after tho said date
of the tlrst publication of this notlco, to
wit: on or before January 1, num.
Persons signing objections must
give poutofflce address.
H. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk and ex-Offldo Clerk of
Council. lg-1-10 lOt
Notice of I'ubllr Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
Its meeting held on Monday, the 6th
day of November, 11105, the City Council
of the City of l»s Angolos adopted an
Ordinance, designated a« Ordinance No.
12,027 (New Series), declaring its In-
tention to order the following Iniprovu-
nn-nt to be made, to wit:
That
GKAND AVKNUB,
a publlo street of the City of Los Angeles,
be opened to a width of eighty fret, from
'Ivnipli; atreet to California street. In
said city.
Reference !■ hereby made to said
(ituunt-u on file in tho office of thu
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
JAMBS HANLKT.
Street .Superintendent, of tho City of
Los Angeles. 11-27 12-ti jut
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Tx>« Angles. C'al., Per. 1, 100.V
T-i/1,, n^ < i, r<l " I ; cc J^ 1*"1 *" P'fMon 1, Kill*
T y > .u lvt L ß " rvl i°. n " If ' !'! ' nn<l RWlntloim
? *t n r !'•*■ <)f . I ' os Angeles, notice In
hereby given that a competitive exam-
ination for promotion will he
.d~ on Saturday, the IRth fluv
of December, HtOS, beginning ai
IS4| South Flßimrna street, In the CIIJT
of Lot Angles, Cal.. for the pitrpnuo
of examining applicant* for admission
to the eligible lists «n divisions and
classifications as designated below.
DlvMnn H, Clam 2. Captain of Detec-
tives police Department.
Division H, riosn I, Cnptaln of rolled.
Police Department.
Division 1!, Clnas 13. Mcntlllcntion
Clerk Pollen Department.
HntnincM for tlie above ctn.mlnn-
tlons are limited ns follow*-
Curtain of lietertlv-Pfl shall have been
fix yenrs Ih tho service, at lc™t threr,
of which shall have been In detective
Captain of Polio* (Mall have served
clx years In the department, at least
♦ hree of whlrh wns ns sergeant.
Identification Clerk must bo a prnc-
tlcnl photographr.r.
Also, on tho »amn rlntn and nt the
name plnce, will be lield competitive
fxamlnnllons for original entrance to
the ellsrlb .■ lists In divisions and classi-
fications designated below:
Division Tl. Class 12. Telephone,
Operator, Polleo Department.
Division n, Clans 6, ratrolman, Police
Demirtmcnt.
Division If, Class 11, Quarantine
Guard, Health Department.
Raid eompetltivo examination will In-
clude tests of proficiency In Heading.
A\ rltlriK. Spelling Arithmetic, knowl-
edgo of the duties of tho sev-
eral positions named, general anil
specific experience tending to
fit the applicant for such position;
physical health; muscular strength:
soundness and aciitencss of faculties;
personal habits; moral ehnrneter and
such nullifications us will fairly attest
the capacity of persons examined to
discharge the duties of positions which
they seek. Applicants must appear In
person at tho office of the Civil Service
Commission not less than eight days
before the date fixed for the cx.iminii-
t'on, .and tile, under oath, an application
in form prescribed by the Commission,
blanks for which will bo furnished on
request.
By order of the Board of Civil Ser-
vice Commissioners.
D. W. EDELMAN.
NY. A. SPALDING. Secrcta^""" 1 -
12-2-15 14t
Notice or l-iil.M.- Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
Its meeting held on Monday, the Gth
tiny of November 1900, the City Coun-
cil of the City of L,os Angeles adopted
an Ordinance, designated as Ordinance
No. 12.029 (New Series), declaring its
Intention to" order tho following im-
provement to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That it is tha Intention of
the City Council of tho City of Log An-
gales to closo up. vacate and abandon
for street purposes that certain
BOUL.KVARD.
bolnpr a public street of tho City of Los
Angeles Known upon map of Jacoby &
Thome's Third Subdivision of part of
Blow Tract, as per map recorded in
Book 42. page 14. Miscellaneous Kec-
ords of Los Anpelos County, described
as follows, to wit:
All that portion of that certain pub-
lic street designated as "Uoulcvard" on
map of Jncohy & Thome's Third Sub-
division of part of Blow Tract, as per
map recorded In Hook 42, at page 14,
Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County, which lips east of tho easterly
lino of tho Official Bed of the Los An-
geles River and north of a linn parallel
with and ten feet northerly, measured
at right angles, from tho north lino of.
Fourth street.
Also, all that portion of said boule-
vard which lies south of a Hue parallel
with and ten feet southerly, measured
at right angles, from the south line of
said Fourth street and cast of the east-
erly lino of tho Official Bed of the Los
Angeles Rlve.r.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
nf tho district of land to bo affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby
specified and declared to bo as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the northwesterly cor-
ner of lot 1. block A of Jacoby &
Thome's Third Subdivision of part of
Blow Tract, as hereinbefore mentioned;
thence easterly in a direct lino to the
northeasterly comer of said lot 1;
thenco southerly In a direct line to tho
southeasterly corner of lot 3, block L,,
raid Subdivision; thence westerly iv a
direct lino to the southwesterly corner
of said lot 3; thence northerly in a
direct lino to tho point of beginning;
excepting therefrom ro much of said
land which Is now a part of any public
street or alley, in said city.
Referonce is hereby made to said
Ordinance on filo In the offlco of tho
City Clerk of said city for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLEY.
Street Superintendent of the City of
Los Angeles 11-27 12-6 lot
.Notice of Public Work
Public notice is hereby given that at
Its meeting held on Monday, tho 6th
day of November. 1305, tho City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles adopted
an Ordinance, designated as Ordinance
No. 12,033 (Now Series), declaring' Its
intention to order the following im-
provement to bo made, to wit:
Section 1. That it is the intention of
the City Council of tho City of Los An-
geles to close up, vacate and abandon,
for street purposes, those portions of
FIFTHJSTREET
MBtiLUS STREET,
public streets of the City of Los An-
geles, between tho Los Angeles River
and the easterly lino of subdivision of
part of Blow Tract, described as fol-
lows, to wit:
All that portion of Mel'us atroet (for-
merly Third street) and all that portion
of Fifth street (formerly Fourth
Etreet) between the easterly line of
the Official Bed of tho Los Angeles
River and tho easterly lino of tho sub-
division of part of Blow Tract, as
shown upon map rocorded In Book 13,
at pago 97. Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angeles Couity.
Sec. 2. That tho exterior boundaries
of tho district of land to bo affected by
said work or improvement are hereby
specified and declared to be U3 follows,
to wit:
Beginning at tho northwesterly cor-
ner of lot 4 of "Jaeoby & Thome's
Third Subdivision of part of Jilow
Tract," as per map recorded in Book
42, at pago 14. Miscellaneous Records
of Los Angeles County; thenco easterly
In a direct lino to tha northeasterly
corner of lot 10, block U of Subdivision
of part of Blow Tract, as per map re-
corded in Book 18, at pago 97, Miscel-
laneous Uncords* of Los , Angreles
County; thence southerly in a ulrect
lino to the southeasterly corner of lot
10, block J, said last mentioned sub-
division; thence westerly In a direct
lino to tho southwesterly corner of lot
3. block L, of said Jacoby & Thorno'a
Third Subdivision of part of Blow
Tract; thence northerly In a direct lino
to tho point of beginning; excepting
therefrom so much of said land which
Is now a part of any public street or
alley, In said city.
Reference la hereby mado to said
Ordinance, on file in tho office of the
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars,
JAMES HANLKY.
Street Superintendent of tho City of
Los Angeles. . 11-27 12-6 lOt
Kotlre InvltlnK l*ri>|Mmula fur Furulnli-
luic IVeveamury Equipment lor tlia
("ollri-tlon of Oarbuice.
Notice la hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by the City
Clerk of the City of Los Angeles up to
11 o'clock a. m. Monday, December 11,
ISOli, for furnishing and letting to the
city for a period of threo years from
and after January 1, 1906, teams and
wugontt for collecting and hauling gar-
bage and refuse in accordance with
speclllcatlona therefor adopted by the
City Council at its mooting of Monday
November 27, 190 ii, 011 file In the office
cf the City Clerk, and entitled "Gar-
bage Specifications 1806."
Bidders will bo required to filo with
tholr bid a check, drawn to tho order
of H. J. Lelande, City Clerk, and cer-
tified by a responsible bank In the City
of Loa Angeloß, In tho amount of {1500
an a guarantee that tho bidder will
enter into a contract with the city in
conformity with hla bid and give a
bond in the sum of $10,000 satisfactory
to the City Council, for tho falttifui
lerforinanco of the contract, aa pro-
vided iv said specification*.
Council reserve* the right to reject
any mid all bids.
By order of the City Council of tha
City of Log Angeles.
11. J. LRLANDE3.
l'M-10 lOt City Clerk.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Nolle* of r.ihllo work
Pnhllfl notice In hereby frlven that nl
Its meeting held on Monday, the Sth
d;iy of November, mO6, tlid city Coun-
cil of the City of Lou Angeles, adopted
en Ordinance, designated us Ordinance
No. 13,034 (New Hnrlrfi), rierlnrlng Jls
Intentlo,*. to order tho following Im-
r.rnvrnn'Pt to bo maiio, to will
Hcrtloii J. That It Is tho Intention of
the City Council of tho City of Lou An-
grles, to close up, varato nnd abandon
tor street purposes «. portion of
1110 HTRBET,
formerly tllo avenue, n. public street of
tho City of Ix>s Aiir-clcj", us shown upon
mfip of "Subdivision of pnrt of Blow
Tract," bs recorded In Uook IS, pnge »7.
Miscellaneous Records of Lou Angeic»
County, described :m follows, to wit:
Beginning rt t the northwesterly cor-
ner of lot 1, block C of "Subdivision of
|>n.rt >f tho Blow Trnot," hr per mnp
recorded in Book 18, nt page 07, Miscel-
laneous Records of bos Angeles
County; tlienco southerly along the
■westerly lino of snld lot 1 a dlstnnee
of 125 feet to n. point J thenco westerly
sind parallel with tho northerly line of
Fourth street (formerly Second street;,
aa shown upon snld map, 60 feet to a
Jf.lnt In the easterly line of lot 9,
block I!. n;i ill sulitll vision; thencn nor-
therly In ii direct lino to tho northeast-
erly coiner of said lot !•; tlienco east-
erly In a direct line to tho point of be-
ginning.
Also: Beginning at a point In th«
westerly lino of lot 20, block it of
"Subdivision of p«rt of tho Blow
Tract," us herelnbcforo mentioned, said
point being distant ten feet southerly
from the northwesterly corner of sn.lil
lot 20; thenco southerly ulong the.
easterly lino of Rio street (formerly
Itlo avenue), as shown upon said mnp
of subdivision of part of the Blow
Tract, to the southwesterly corner of
lot 1, block J, said subdivision; thence
westerly in a direct lino to the south-
easterly corner of lot I), block X, said
subdivision; thence northurly In a
direct line to a point In the westerly
lino of said Rio street, distant ten feet
southerly from tho northeasterly cor-
ner of lot 10, block IS, said subdivision;
thence easterly In a direct lino to Hit
point of beginning;.
Sec 2. That tho exterior boundaries
of the district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby
specified and declared to be as follow*.
to wit:
Beginning at tho northeasterly cor-
ner of lot 1, block C, of "Subdivision of
pnrt of Blow Tract," as hereinbefore
mentioned; thenro southerly in a direct
line to »ho southeasterly corner of lot
I, block 'J, said subdivision: thence
westerly In a direct lino to tho south-
westerly corner of lot S, block X, said
subdivision; thence northerly in a.
direct line to the northwesterly corner
of lot fl. block B, said subdivision:
thenco easterly In a direct lino to tho
point of beginning, excepting there-
from ho much of said land which is
now a part of any public street or
alley, in said city.
Reference Is hereby mado to said
Ordinance) on tllo In tho oftlco of tho
City Cleric of said city for further par-
ticulars.
JAMES HANLB7.
Street Superintendent of tho City of
Los Angeles. 11-27 12-6 lOt
Notice of Public Work
. Public notico is hereby glvun that at
its meeting held on Monday, tho 6th
clay of November, 1905, the City Coun-
cil of the City of ]>is Angeles, udopted
iin Ordinance, designated as Ordinance
No. 12,032 (New {juries), declaring Ha
intention to order "ho following Im-
provement to be mao>, to wit:
Section 1. That It is the intention of
the City Council of tho City of Los An-
jreles to close up, vacate and abandon,
fm street purposes, thnt portion of
ANDERSON STREET,
a. public street of tho city of Los An-
KelcK, as shown upon map uf "Sub-
division of part of Blow Tract," as pf>r
map recorded In Book 18, pago !>", Mlk-
cellantous Uncords of Los Angeles
County, described as follows:
Beginning at tho northwesterly cor-
ner of lot 1, block B of Subdivision of
part of Blow Tract, aa per map re-
corded In Boole 18, at page 07, Miscel-
lnucous Records of Los Angeles County;
thenco southerly along the westerly
line of SBld lot t a distance of 12b fcot
to a. point; thenco westerly and parallel
with tho northerly lino of Fourth
street (formerly Second street), as
shown upon said map, a distance of 60
fr.et to a point in the easterly lino of
lot 0, block A of Jacoby & Thorne'3
Third Subdivision of part of Blow
Tract, as per map recorded In Book 42,
at page 14, Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angeles County; thonco northerly
In a direct line to tho northeasterly
corner of said lot 9, thence easterly In
a direct line to tho point of beginning.
Also: Beginning at a point In the
westerly line of lot 18, block E of Sub-
division of part of Blow Tract, as nere-
Inbcforo mentioned, said point being
distant ten feet south of the northwest-
erly corner of said lot 18; thence south-
erly in a direct lino to tho southeast-
erly corner of lot 1, block X said sub-
division; thence westerly In a direct
line to the southeasterly corner of lot
11, block L of said Jacoby & Thome's
Third Subdivision of part of Blow
Tract, as hereinbefore mentioned;
thenco northerly In a direct line to a
point in tho easterly lino of lot ]1,
block V, said last mentioned subdlvip-
icn, said point being ten feet southerly
from the northeasterly corner of said
lot 14; thence easterly In a direct lino
to tho point of beginning.
Sen. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement tiro hereby
specified and declared to bo as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at tho northeastorly cor-
ner of lot 1, block B of Subdivision of
part of Blow Tract, us herelnbeforo
mentioned; thenco southerly In a direct
line to the southeasterly corner of lot
1, block X, said subdivision; thence
westerly in a direct line to tho south-
westerly corner of lot 11, block L. of
Jacoby & Thome's Third Subdivision of
part of Blow Tract, as hereinbefore
mentioned; thence northerly In a direct
line to tho northwesterly corner of lot
!>, block A. said last mentioned sub-
division; thnnco easterly In a direct
line to the point of beginning, except-
ing therefrom so much of said land
which Is now a part of any public
street or alley, in said city.
Reference la hereby made to said Or-
Ordlnunco on file in the office of the
City Clerk of said city for further par-
ticularb.
JAMES HANLEY.
Street Superintendent of tho City of
Los Angeles 11-27 12-6 10*
JVoUrc— Civil Service Examination*
Los Angeles, Cal., Deo. 1, 19<ir,.
In accordance with Section 1, Rulo
IV, Civil Service Rules and Regulations
of the City of Los Angeles, notice is
hereby given that a competitive exam-
ination will bo held on Saturday, the
lGth day of December, 190R, beginning
at 9 a. ra. o'clock at Grand Avenue
school, In the City of Los Angeles, Cal.,
for the purpose of examining appli-
cants for admission to tho eligible) list
in classifications and divisions as desig-
nated below:
Division IT, Class 20, Assistant Super-
intendent of Buildings, Building De-
partment.
Division A, Class 1G (c), Stenog-
rapher and Assistant Clerk, Building
Department.
Division D, Class 11, Night Foreman
Outfall Bower, Kngliieor Department.
Division If. Clubb 12, Quarantine
Nurno, Health Department.
Division K. Class 36, Complaint Clerk,
Water Department.
Division C, Class 2, Superintendent of
Engines and Machinery, Flro Depart-
ment.
Division I, Claws 25, Asphalt Fore-
man, Street Department,
Division L, Class G, Carpenter, School
Department.
Division t,, Class 9, Painter, School
Depariment.
Division L, Class 23, Guide City Hall
Said competitive examination will in-
clude tests of proficiency In Reading,
Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, knowl-
edge of tho duties of the sov-
cral positions named, general and
speclno experianco tending to
lit the applicant for sucli posit Ion ;
lihyHlcal health; muscular strength;
soundness and aeutnness of faculties;
personal habits; moral character and
ruch nualiticatlonß as will fairly attext
thi' cupuulty of persons examined to
dlr.Rb.argc tho duties of positions which
they sotik. Applicants must appear In
portion at tho office of the Civil Service
Commission nut lesH than eight days
before tho dato flxod for the examina-
tion, and nlo. under oath, an application
In form prescribed by the Commission,
blanks for which will be furnished oi>
request
By order of tho Hoard of Civil Ser-
\ivo Commissioners.
D. W. EDKLMAN,
Chairman.
W. A. BPALDINO, Secretary.
IS-S-1D Ut
public j^py.V-T!- 19 - I—KMM1 — -
KMM nt rnMlc Work
rnhlii: notir* Is hireby given that I
lt« meeting l)«!i»l «n Monday, th« <H
rt.iy of November. 1!»05, tho Cltjr Com
Ml Of the City of Ijns Angeles adopt«
mi ordinance, fieslKnnted a« Ordlnam
No 12.028 (New Scries), declaring I
Intention to order the following In
provemont to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That It Id the Intention of tl
City Council of tho City of Loi Ant*l
to close up, vnmtn and abandon for nil)
purposes that certain
ALLHT,
being a public alley of the City of t,i
Angeles In the Jncoby & Thorn*
Third Subdivision of part of Bio
Tract, as per map recorded In Book 4
page 11, Miscellaneous Records of t««
/ngeleH County, described as follow
' All that portion of that, certain all'
lying between Anderson street and tl
I>>s Angelea river, and extending fro
the northerly linn of Jacohy & Thome
Third Subdivision of -part of Wo
Tract. :ih per mnp recorded In Book 4
nt page 11, Miscellaneous Records i
I«os Angeles County, to a lino which
parallel with and ton feet northerl
measured nt right angles from tl
northerly llns of Fourth street.
Also: All that portion of that cc
tnln alley hereinbefore described lylr
between tho southerly lino of sn
.Tarobv ft Thome's Third Subdivision i
pnrt of Mow Tract nnd a lino which
paralle.l with nnd ton feet southerl
measured «t right nnglcs from tl
southerly line of Fourth street
Sec 2. That tho exterior boundarl
of the. district of land to be affecti
by said work or Improvement ftre her
by specified and doclarod to bo as fo
lows, to wit:
Hi ginning at tho northeasterly co
nr.r of lot 4, block A of Jacohy
Thome's Third Subdivision of part ■
Wow Tract, us hereinbefore mcntlone
thenro southerly In a direct lino to tl
southeasterly cornor of lot 5, block
snld subdivision: thence westerly In
olrect line to tho southwesterly corn
of lot 3. said block L,; thence norther
In a direct lino to tbo northwester
corner of lot 1, Bald block A; them
easterly In a direct lino to the poll
oC beginning; excepting therefrom I
much of snkl land which Is now a pa
of any public street or alloy, ln.sa
city.
ne.fereneo Is hereby made to sn
Ordinance, on flic In the office of tl
City Clerk of Bald city, for further pa
tlC " la ' S ' JAMBS HANLEY,
Bt Stf A^cTc'r 6 "^" 1 fi'-lPilffYot
Notice ut Public Work
Publlo notice Is hereby glvcu that
Its meeting held on Monday, the 6
day of November, 1905, the City Coin
ell of tho City of Lrf>s Angeles adopt*
an Ordinance, designated as Ordlnan
No. 1 2,0.15 (New Serlos), declaring I
Intention to order tho following ir
provement to bo made, to wit:
Section I. That It is the Intention
tho City Council of tho City of Los A
fceles to close up, vacato and abando
for street purposes, that portion of
MICHELTORKNA STREET.
a public street of tbo City of Los A
geles, from Sunsot boulevard to t
northerly boundary lines of tho City
Los Angeles, described as follows,
wit:
Beginning at tho. Intersection of »'
easterly lino of Michel torenn strc
with the northeasterly lino of Suns
boulevard; thence northeasterly aloi
said caHterly line of Mlcheltorona strc
to a point on tho northerly bounda.
line of the City of Los Angeles; then
westerly along said boundary line
the City of Los Angeles to a. Pol
which Is distant 11.25 feet northwec
erly, measured at. right angles frc
FaJd easterly line of Mleheltore:
street; thence southwesterly and pn
allcl with said easterly lino of Mlclk
torcna street to a. point in the nort
easterly lino of Sunset boulevar
thence soutlieastorly In a direct lino
the point of beginning; exoeptii
therefrom so much of Hatd land whl
lies within the lines of Efflo street pr
rliicd northwesterly, and between t
lines of Landa street produced wei
erly.
AIpo: Beginning at the intersect!
of the westerly line of Mlcheltore:
Ftroet. with the uortbeast.erly line
Sunwt boulevard; thenro northeaster
along said westerly lino of Mlchelt
rena street to a. point in tho northei
lwiundary line of the City of Los A
Rf-les; thence easterly along said bou
tlary lino of the City of Los Angeles
« point which is distant 11.23 ■ ff
southeasterly, measured at right a
plea from said westerly line of Mlch<
torena street; thence southwesterly a
parallel with paid westerly line ■
Micheltorena street to a point in ss
northeaster!? lino of Sunset houlevai
thenco northwesterly in a. direct li
to the point of beginning; except)
therrsfrom so much of said land -whi
lies within tho lines of Efflo street pi
duced southeasterly.
S>'C 2. That the exterior boundarl
of the district of land to be affected
said work or improvement, aro here
specllied and declared to bo as follot
to wit:
Beginning at tho intersection of t
easterly lino of Micheltorena str<
with tho northeasterly lino of Sum
boulevard; thonco southeasterly alo
said northeasterly lino of Sunset bou
yard to a point which Is llstant
feet, measured at. right angles tn
said easterly lino of Micheltore
street; thenco northeasterly and pi
allcl with said easterly line of Mich
torena street to a point in tho nort
erly boundary line of tho City of 1
Angeles; thence ■westerly along sj
boundary line of tho City of Los /
geles to a point -which is distant 50 fi
northwesterly, measured at right c
gles from tho westerly line of s<
Mlcheltorona street; thence southwe
i.rly and parallel with said weste:
line of Micheltorena street to a po
In tho northeasterly line of Sun
boulevard; thenco southeasterly alo
said northeasterly line of Sunset bou
yard to tho point of beginning; exce;
ing therefrom any land therein cc
tamed which is now a part of any pi
lie street or alloy. In said city.
Reference is hereby made to s
Ordlnanco on fllo in the office of i
City Clerk of said city for further pi
tlculars.
JAMES HANLKT.
Slroet Superintendent of. tha City
Los Angeles. U-27 12-6 10
NoUrtvof rul. Hi- Work
Public notiro is hereby given that
Its mooting hold on Monday, tho i
day nf November, 1005, the City Coi
ell of the City of Los Angeles, adop
nil Ordinance, designated ns Ordinal
No. 12,036 (New Series), declaring
intention to order tho following I
provement to b« mad«, to wit:
Section 1. That it Is the Intention
tho City Council of the City of Los J
gcles to closo up, vacato and abend
for street purposes, that portion of
MYI2KS STREET.
a public street of tho City of. Los ' 1
geles, from tho southerly lino of'Fi
street to tho southerly lino of •
Clement Tract, described as follows,
wit:
AH that portion of Myers str
lying between tho southerly lino
l'Mrnt street and tho southerly line
tho Clement Tract, as per map
corded in Hook 17, at page 41, Misc
lancous Records of Los Ange
County.
Also: All that certain
ALLEY
extending from Anderson street to
easterly lino of tho Official Bod of
Los Angeles river, in blocks }{ and I
tho Cloiuent Tract, an hcrelnbcf
mentioned.
Soc. 2 Thut the exterior boundai
of tho district of land to bo uffeclod
said work or Improvement aro hen
specified and declared to bo us folio
to wit:
Beginning at the most northeasts
corner of lot 6. block H, of the Clem
Tract, as per map recorded In Book
at pago 41, Miscellaneous Records
Los Angeles County; thenoo southe
tn a direct line to the southeuste
comer 'Of lot 8. said block H; thei
westerly In a direct lino to the sou
raaterly corner of lot 7, said block
tlionco southerly In a direct lino to
southeasterly corner of lot 81, ■
block It; thence westerly In a dlr
lino to the southwesterly corner of
12, Kiiiil block I; tliiMir.ii northerly alt
tho westerly line of said block I to:
northwesterly corner of lot 4, *
block I; thenco easterly In a direct 1
to the point of beginning; except
therefrom so much of gala land wh
Is now a part of any publlo street
alley, In said city.
Reference Is hereby made to b
Ordinance, on tile In the office of '
City n.'iu. of said city, for further p
ticulars,
JAMES lIANUSV.
Street Superintendent of the City
Lou Angeles. 11.87 18-8:10

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