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Every Woodbuiy graduate making
money. Simply a matter of qualifying. |
Thn Woodbury courses In UREOO 1
SHORTHAND and ACTUAL BUSINESS
TRAINING do qualify— milckly and ef-
fectively. Every day THE BEST day to
enter. Cnl!. write, phone.
809 8. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal.
tyjfjj!ar <r ' ie Largest Business
yjßjiW College in Los Angeles
'^««| 053-5-7 W. 7th St.
PENMANSHIP
Fnlluros elsewhero succeed here. Tt'n the
TEACHKR-lt's the SYSTKM. Visit one
cf our large classes. Ages 12 to «2, 601
Currier Bids. Home 2196; Main 5676.
■ SOUTHER/* CALIFORNIA >t
AND GRAHAM SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
•M 3 OKf.NO AVe. lOJ ANOCLEi. CAL.
EDUCATIONAL
koh fMM^jCl&i&o^namFlLTH~Tiivi
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address BOX 103
Herald.
For Sale — Southwest
jffTi|iigi||MMjhi fr "1 11 two-story donblo
tJUu^gMy^^MtSr '"niso" nis0 willi nix rooms
•MT/tJwJTSBtSsH "" o:ir '!' Bldo; hris tho
ijl Kmzfi'j appoaranco of a prl-
™*BUloiriw2UiSr vato residence; locatnd
1" »»e of lho best
."^'' w tracts In Los Angolos
, today; rents for $60.00 p<?r month; is
I foneed; has lawn In, and entirely modern
1 throughout. You must net quick If you
•want It.
• On terms If desired.
EDWIN ALDKRSON,
Ground floor Chambor Commcrco Bldg.
123 South Broadway.
FOR SALE
Suburban Property
FOR SALF — ACREAGE FOR SUB-
dlvlslon, 10 acres on Western avc,
perfectly level land at $700 per acre,
adjoining acreage soiling at $1000;
this prico for a short time only; good
terms. Solo Agents, A. F. WEBSTER
& CO., 302 Mason Bldg., corner 4th
nnd /Broadway. Main 4090, Home
5575. aiombcrs L. A. R B.
TOR SALE— ALL KINDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
without stock.
COOPER & CUDDKBACK,
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
WE HAVE FOR SALE 600 ACRES IN
Lucky Baldwin's ranch, near Monrovia
car line; price $300 per erre. See us.
ENGLISH, DARNEY & CO., 123 South
Broadway.
7 ACRES 1% MILES FROM VENICE,
very fine; $700 per acre. See us. ENG-
LISH, DARNEY & CO., 123 S. Broad-
way.
FOR ACREAGE AT ALTADENA, SEE
Ij. M. PRATT 1 . fiOB Laughlln Bldg.
Country Property
FOR SALE— AT ALTADENA, THE
foothill section of Pasadena:
$1200 — Three acres vacant land.
$3700— Nearly two acres; artistic
bungalow; block from car; mag-
nificent viow.
$7500 — Five acres, all kinds fruits;
small cottage; fine location.
And many other fine Altadena
properties.
I/. M. PRATT, 603 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-ICO A.;
40 cultivated, 40 moro can be; soft
spring water piped to door; house,
etc.; small orchard and vineyard, hay
and farm' tools; Al bee and chicken
ranch, 'Si miles of city; a bargain this
week. Owners or agents what havo
you. Owner, 102'J E. 4(ith st. Phono
South 857.
WE HAVE SOME OF 5 THE BEST
ranches near Santa Ana, Orange and
Anaheim, all paying property; also a 40-
anre celery ranch, ono of tho best in the
stuto, $4011 per acre. Sco un for ranches.
ENGLISH, DARNEY & CO., 123 South
Broadway.
FOR SALE— ALL lUNDS OF STOCK
ranches, large and small, with or
without stock.
COOPER & CUDDEBACK.
Room 237. 218 South Broadway.
WE HAVE ACRE PROPERTY IN
King's Co. from $20 to $L's per acre, with
lots of water. See us. ENGLISH, DAR-
NKY & CO.. J23 80. Broadway.
Stocks and Bonds
FOR SALE— StSOOO OF THE CAPITAL
stock of ono of tho reliable corpora-
tions of LO3 Angeles. This stock will
bo guaranteed to earn at least 10 por
cent dividends.
WISLER, MOORE & CO..
- 333 South Hill Street.
FOR SALE-MINTNG STOCK IN BONA-
flde, high-class proposition. Address H,
BOX 427, Herald Offico.
Hotela ants" Lodging Houses
FOR SALE — FURNISHED^ ROOMING
house, close In, IK rooms; rent $50,
income $130, and living rooms, sacrl-
llco $1200. Another sacriflco $s[>o,
•v another 30 odd rooms sacrifice $18."U;
0' also about every other reliable large
or small rooming house listed here.
For genuine bargains sco PHOENIX
REALTY CO., 202 and 204 Grant bldg.
wb~havb"kor sale a fine hotel,
furnished nicely; also a drug store, with
property, doing good business, all com-
plete, $19,000. Sco us. ENGLISH, DAR-
NEY &. CO., 123 So. Broadway.
66 ROOMS, FIRST CLASS, NONE BET,
ter; cash or exchange. SIDDALL, 208
Copp Bldg.
• Miscellaneous
FOR SALE — LUMBER — LOT OF
ftnclng and Bheetlng, only $15.00 pet
thousand. Rustic, flooring, ceiling,
only $22.50. Bevol siding only $20X0.
Come and see us at the largest lum-
ber yard In the city. Our sales were
$50,000 last month. Watch us get
there. We also carry a complete lino
of builders' hardware and chicken
wire very cheap. Ship to anyona
•11 y place.
NATIONAL. LUMBER COMPANY.
20th and Alunieda Sta.
Branch office 9th and Maple aye.
FOR BTLE-LATH, LATH, LATH. WE
are overstocked with them. Selling nt
any old price. See us at once. Car-
loads a specialty. NATIONAL LUM-
1!KI1 COMPANY, 20th and Aliuneda sta.
Branch office, Uth and Maple aye.
iron SAUt^NBW aniTbeconu-iiand
bllltaid and pool tables. U&r fixture* of
all kinds; easy payment*. Bend for cat-
■lOKua. TUW URUNBWICK-BAX.KO*
COLLENDEH CO., OH a Broadway.
Lo» An«-«le«-
Foil SALE-A SCHOLARSHIP IN THE
Las AiiKulett College of Vine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address UOX. 1U»
Herald. ■ ■
UIIY BULLKHOU UUNULR ASK YOUR
broker.
P_ UU _ BB _ LIC . ADVERTISING
NnUoc— l. Ivll Service ftxnmlnntlnn*
I,o* Angeles, Cftl., Dec. 1, 1905.
In accordance with Section 1. H«l*
IV, Civil Service KulM Bnd Regulation*
of the nty of Los Ang»le«, notice Is
hereby given that a competitive exam-
ination for promotion will bo
held on Saturday, the Isth day
of December. lOO.'i, beginning at
9 n. m. o'clock at Turn Vereln hull,
1345 South Flgiiero.i. street, In thn City
of Lnn Angeles. Cnl., for tho purpose
of exnmlnlng npplloants fnr admission
Ito tho eligible list!" -n divisions and
icl.iftslflratlnns as designated below.
Division I), Clnss 2, Captain of Deteo-
tlve*, pollen nrpnrtmenf.
Division B. Class 1, Captain ot Tollce,
Pollee Department.
Division U. Clnss 13, Idcntlflcotlon
Clerk Polioo Department.
Entrnnces for flic nbov# examina-
tions a™ limited ns follows:
Onptnln of Detectives shall bnve been
six yenrs in tho service, at lenst tlirfle
of which shall have been In detective
work.
Captnln of Pollen ainll liave served
six yenrs In the department, at least
three of which was ns sergeant.
Mentlfleittlon Clerk must bo a prac-
tical photographer.
Also, on the samo rtntn nnd Bt the
name place will be lield competitive
examinations for original entrance to
the eligible lists In divisions and classi-
fications designated below: •
Division n, Class 12, Telephone
Operator, Pollen Department.
Division B, Class 6, Patrolman, Police
Department,
Division H, Class it. Quarantine
Guard, Health Tiepartmont
Snld competitive examination will In-
clude tests of proficiency In Reading,
Writing, Spelling. Arithmetic, knowl-
edgo of tho duties of tlio bov-
crnl positions nnmed, general and
f>poelfio experlenco tending to
fit the applicant for such position;
physical health; muscular strength;
soundness nnd acutoncss of faculties:
personal habits; moral character nnd
fiich qualifications ns will fairly attest
fbc enpneity of persons examined to
discharge tho duties of positions which
they seek. Applicants must appear In
person at tho oftlco of the Civil Service
Commission not less than right days
beforo the date fixed for tlio examina-
tion, nnd file, under oath, an appllcntlou
In form prescribed by tho Commission,
blanks for which will bo furnished on
request.
By order of thn Board Of Cfvll Ser-
vice Commissioners.
D. •W. EDELMAN,
Chairman.
W. A, SPALDING, Secretary.
12-2-1G 14t
Kotlce of the Finnic ot the Ampihiiwiil
fur tlie A\ liloiiliin nf Mnnetn Avenue,
Together With the Dlneriuu of the
Auennnieut District fur Snld Im-
provement.
Notice is hereby given tbnt the Street
Superintendent lms filed with tbe Clerk
of tho Council of tho City of Los An-
gclos tho assessment for tho widening
of Moneta avenuo from Thirty-seventh
street to southwest lino of Sanliorn
Tract, ns contemplated by Ordlnanco
No. 9378 (New Series), together with
tho diagram of tlio assessment district.
The dato of tho first publication of this
notlco Is December 1, ISOS, and all
parties interested are hereby required
to lile In writing their objections, if
any they havo, to the confirmation of
snld assessment hy the City Council
with tho said Clerk of tho Council,
within thirty days after tho said date
of the llrst publication of this notlco, to
wit: on or beforo January 1, 1006.
Persons signing objections must
give postofflco address.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk and ex-Offlclo Clerk of
Council. 12-1-10 lOt
Office of the Water Deportment, No.
440 South Hill Street, December 7,
1905.
Sealed proposals will bo received by
tho Board of 'Water Commissioners of
tho City of Los Angeles, at their
offico, No. 440 South Hill street, up
till S:QO p. m. of December 18, 1905, for
riveted steel pipe, as follows:
7500 feet, more or less, of 3fl-Inch.
5000 fcot, more or less, of 30-inch.
In accordance with Bpoclflcations
therefor, on 1110 nt the offico of tho
Board.
A certified check for fi per cent of
each bid. made payable to John J. l r ay,
Jr., President of said Board, Is to ac-
cempany same. - ... , :.--
Tho Board reserves the right to re-
ject any or all bids in whole «r In
part
■WM. MULHOLLAND,
12-8-9 2t Superintendent.
FOR SALE
Beach Property
WE HAVE SOME VERY FINE, LOTS
at Santa Monica cheap. See us. ENG-
LISH, DAHNBY & CO., 123 S. Broad-
way.
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
MCDONALD & STOTT.
809-10 Lankershlm Building.
TO BUY.
Owners and dealers in real estate who
have properties for sale or exchange
will find It decidedly to their advnn-
tags to come in and have a talk
with us.
We can handle propftrty located In
any part of tho United States. East-
ern property a specialty,
We have the best trader In the United
States; It means dollars to you to mako
his acquaintance.
We will give you quick action and
honest treatment whether you are a
buyer or seller; come in and see us.
McDonald & stott,
309-10 Lankershim Bldg.,
Home Phone 4740.
Sunset Main 4555.
BEN WHITE
Will Exchange
your propel ty; immense bargains: ap-
ply at once. Satisfaction and quick re-
sults. Member Realty board. SO4-& 13RV-
BON BLOCK, 2d and Spring ats.
FOR EXCHANGE—
JSOOO— TEN ACRES AT HIGH
LANDS. ALL IN SIX- YEAR-OLD
ORANGES. HOUSE OF FIVE
ROOMS; 2% INCHES OF WATER,
WILL EXCHANGE FO RIMPUOVED
EASTERN PROPERTY.
NOKTON & HAY.
318 W. THIRD STREET.
FOR EXCHANGE-U LOTS IN SALT
Lake City, part or all for a fine horso
and buggy or un automobile. Will
give a good trade or will exchange lot
In Venice.
J. A. MORLAN & CO.,
202-03 Fay Building.
FOR EXCHANGK-T4500; 5 ACRES AT
Hollywood on Hartford avenue, four
blocks north of Prospect: high and
sightly ground; accept house and lot
clear for $3500, balance cash. WM. N.
HOLWAY, 211 Grant Bldg. Home 193!).
TOR EXCHANGE— WE HAVE SEVER*-
aI properties which we are author-
ized to trade for automobiles ana
ran give some one a splendid deal.
BROWN & WOODS. 312 Fay.
FOR EXCIIANGE-IF YOU ARE OF A
trading disposition we have properties
listed with us which will certainly match
anything you have. BROWN & WOODS,
812 Fay. Phone 3747.
FOX SALE— A SCHOLARSHIP IN TUB
Los Angeles College of Fine Arts, at
a very low figure. Address IiOX 106
Herald.
MAXON WILL EXCHANGE *OUB
property, any location. Large list to
select from. MAXON KEAL.TY CO.,
U4-U6 Stimaon Hid*.
CLEAR ACREAGE EXCHANGED FOR
cottage, equity or lots. SIDDALL,
208 Copp Hldg.
Miscellaneous "Swaps"
UOLD MINES — WILL HXCHANOK
meritorious gold mining properties
nnd ulockt) in the Qoldfleld mining
district of Bouthcrn Nevada. We will
buy, veil or exchange any good prop-
WIBI4MR, MOOUH & CO..
:;;i:i Sninh 1111 l strt-pt.
Everything you want you will find In
the classified pag»— a modern ancyde*
sedls, Oo* cent a word
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1905.
INDEX TO PUBLIC ADVERTISING
NEW TODAY
Notion to ntftfil pipe mfltiufncturcrs
for Healed proposals for riveted steel
pipe
PUBUC^ ADVJERTISI^NQ
Nolle* of <lie tternrillnK ef the A »■«">■-
menl nnd IMnitrnm for the Oprnln*
of 1111 l Nirc-ei, from <he ftonthenntrrlr
I. lmp .if Schiller Tract (o Wn*hlnKl«n
itrctd
Notice Is hereby given that the
ngafiB«mont and diagram for the open-
ing of Hill street, from the southeast-
erly lino of Schiller Tract to Washing-
ton street, In accordance with Ordi-
nance No, 9010 (Now Series), was re-
corded In the office of the Street Super-
intendent of the City of Los Angeles on
tho 6th day of December, 1005.
All sums levied In said assessment
are duo nnd payable Immediately, and
payment of snld sums lit to be made to
me in my office within thirty days
after the 7th day of December, 1906,
which Is the first day of publication of
this notice.
All assessments not paid before the
expiration of said thirty days will be-
come delinquent, and thereupon five
per cent upon the amount of often such
assessment will be added thereto.
JAMRB HANLRT.
12-7-1 C lOt Street Superintendent
Sealed proposals for the construc-
tion of the proposed storm sower
In Sixth street, from Occidental boule-
vard to Rampart street, northerly along
ltiimpiirt street 980 feet and east
on proponed streft to Coronado
street will bn recalved at the
office of tho City Clerk ol the City of
Los Angeles, California, until 1 1 a. m.
of Monday, Decembor 18. 1905. All
proposals must be on forms furnlsn*l
by tho city nnd mußt bo accompanied
by n. certified check drawn to the order
of tho City Clerk of the City of Los
Angeles, for the sum of live (6) per
cent of the amount of the bid. tho
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plnns, proflie, dctn.ll draw-
ings, specifications, etc^ may bo seen
at the office of the City Englneci.
Prints of the plans, profile and detail
drawings, forms of proposal, contract
and bonds and copies of tho specifica-
tions will be delivered to prospective
bidders upon receipt by tho C»ty En-
gineer of 12.00. Each bidder is ro-
qutred to make personal examination
of tlio ground In which the sower Is to
bo constructed.
Sizes and approximate lengths of tho
sewer follow:
355 feet concrete sewer, diameter 3
feet 7 inches.
1998 feet concrete sewer, diameter 4
feet 4 Inches.
Bach bid shall bo submitted In a
pealed envolopo addressed "IT. J. Lo-
lande, City Clerk, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia," and endorsed, "Proposal for
ronatructlnfr Storm Sewer in Sixth
street from occidental boulevard to
Hampart street, northerly along Ram-
part street !)80 feet and enst on pro-
posed street to Coronado street."
H. J. LELANPK,
12-C-1S lOt City Clork.
Notice — Civil .Service Kxiiiulnntlou*
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 1, 1905.
In accordance with Section 1, Ilulc
IV, Civil Service Rules and Regulations
of the City of Los Angeles, notice Is
hereby given that a competitive exam-
ination will be hold on Saturday, tlio
Kith day of December, 1005, beginning
at 9 a. m. o'clock at Grand Avenue
school, in tho City of Los Anijcles, Cal.,
for tho purpose of examining appli-
cants for admission to the eligible list
In classifications and divisions as desig-
nated below:
Division H, Class 20, Assistant Super-
intendent of Buildings, Building De-
partment.
Division A, Class 1G (c), Stenog-*
raphcr and Assistant Clerk, Building
Department.
Division D, Class 11, Night Foreman
Outfall Sewor, Engineer Department.
Division II Class 12, Quarantine
Nurse, Health Department.
Division X, Class 36, Complaint Clerk,
Water Department.
Division C, Class 2, Superintendent of
Engines and Machinery, Fire. Depart-
ment.
Division I, Class 25, Asphalt Fore-
man, Street Department.
Division I* Clas3 6, Carpenter, School
Department.
Division Li, Clas3 9, Painter, School
Department^
Division ti. Class 23, Guide City Hall
Said competitive examination will in-
clude tests of proficiency In Reading,
Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, knowl-
<Mlgo of tho duties of tho sev-
eral positions named, general and
specific experience tending to
fit the applicant for such position;
Physical health; muscular strength;
soundness and acuteness of faculties;
personal habits; moral character and
Mich qualifications as will fairly attest
the capacity of persons examined to
discharge the duties of positions which
they seek. Applicants must appear in
person at the office of tho Civil Service
Commission not less than <>lght days
before the dato fixed for the examina-
tion, and file under oath, an application
In form prescribed by the Commission,
blanks for which will be furnished ok
request
By order of the Board of Civil Ser-
vice Commissioners.
D. W. EDELMAN,
Chairman.
W. A. SPALDING, Secretary.
12-2-15 14t
Notice Inviting; Proposals far Furnish-
ing Necessary Equipment fur the
Collection of Gnruuge.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
proposals will be received by tho City
Clerk of the City of Los Angeles up to
11 o'clock a. m. Monday, December 11,
1905, for furnishing and letting to tbe
city for a period of three years from
and after January 1, 1UO«, teams and
wagons for collecting and hauling gar-
bage and refuse in accordance wltn
specifications therefor adopted by the
City Council at Its meeting of Monday,
November 27, 1905, on file in the office
cf the City Clerk, and entitled "Gar-
bage Specifications 1906."
Bidders will be required to file with
their bid a check, drawn to the order
of H. J. Lelande, City Clerk, and cer-
tified by a responsible bank In the City
of Los Angeles, In the amount of $1509
as a guarantee that tho bidder will
enter into a contract with the city In
conformity with his bid and give a
bond In the sum of $10,000 satisfactory
to the City Council, for the falthfui
performance of the contract, as pro-
vided in said specifications.
Council reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
By order of the City Council of the
City of Los Angeles.
H. J. LELANDH.
12-1-10 lOt City Cleric.
Notice to Contruutora.
Notice is 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,
1905, for tho Improving of Bunker Hill
avenuo from a point 120 feet north of
Temple street to a point 250 feet north
of Templo street hi accordance with
plans and prollla on fllo therefor In tho
office of tho City Knglneor. Grading
and graveling under Specifications No.
28 (New Serios); cobbli; gutter, under
Specifications No. 7 (New Series);
cement curb, under Specifications No.
22 (New Series), and cement sidewalk
4V£ feet wide, under Specifications No.
23 (Now Scries). 1 Said specifications
being on file in the office of the City
Clerk.
A certified check, payable to the
order of H. J. Lelando. City Clerk, In
ten per cent of the amount of bid, muHt
accompany each proposal as a guaran-
tee that the bidder will enter into a
contract with tha city in conformity
with his bid.
Council reserves tbe right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of the Council of the City of
Los Angeles. r LKLANDB
12-0-10 Bt City Clerk.
Notice to Property Owner*
Notice Is hereby given that Healed pro-
posals will bo received by the City Clerk
of the City of Los Angeles ui> to 11 o'clock
11. m.. Monday, December 18, 1905, from
IKirllt'M desiring to sull to tho City of Los
Angclos 11 Hiittable lot for the purpose of
eroding and maintaining a fire engine
house In thu vicinity of 4Cth street und
South I'ark avenue.
Such proposals to clearly state tho slz«
of the lot or lots offered, together with a
cumploto description theroof ua to loca-
tion
Council reserves the right to rejoct any
an. l ull liltls.
lly order of tha Council of tho City of
Loa Angeles. ; „. j. LMTMNDH>
iS-4-13 Wt Cltv Clerk.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Ordlnniiee \n. 12,125
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
»f the Mnyor and Council of the Cltf of
Los AngrMea to chango and establish
thn ftrPKlc of Shntto drive, from Com-
monwealth avenue to Rlxth street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
"1? Angeles <1o ordain ss follows:
Section 1. That It Is the Intention «f
•he Council of the City of Los Angeles
co change nnd establish the grade of
SfIATTO DRIVE,
from Commonwealth svenufl to Sixth
street, Jn accordance with the follow-
ing elevations:
At tho Intersection with Common-
wealth avenue the grade shall be 247.79
nt the northeast corner nnd 246.52 at
thn southeast corner, ns now estab-
lished.
At the Intersection with Sixth street
tho grado shall hn 244.R5 nt tho south-
west corner snd 244.40 nt the southeaat
corner, nn now established.
And fit nil points between said dr.sfjt-
nftted points the grade shflll be estab-
lished so as to conform to n. straight
Una drawn between said designated
points.
Klevntlons refer to the top of the
curb, are in feet and are above a plane
which Is 255 feet below City datum
plane.
Sec. 2. That tho exterior boundaries
rf tbe district which is hereby declared
to bo benefited by said chnnge of grade
nnd to be assessed to pay the benefits,
damages and costs thereof are hereby
described as follows:
Beginning at the northeast fornor
of lot 1 block 25 of the West End Uni-
versity Addition, ns recorded In Hook
24, nt page 60, Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angelas County! thenco southerly
In n direct lino to tho southeast corner
of lot 7, said block 25; thonco westerly
In a dlroct lino to the southwest corner
of lot 18, snld block 2B; thence north-
erly In a direct line to the northwes*
corner of lot 20, said block 25; thence
easterly In n direct line to the north-
onßt cornor of said lot 20; thencn nor-
therly In n. direct line to tho northwest
corner of lot 1, Bald block 25; thenco
taßterly In a direct lino to the point of
betrlnnlnsr.
Rxcoptlng thnrnfrom nny portion of
any public street or alloy which m.ay
he Included within tho abovo described
district.
Sec. 3. Thn City Superintendent of
Streets shall causo notlco of the pnssagn
of this Ordlnnnon to bo posted In the
manner and within tho time provided
by law.
See. 4. The City Clork shall certify
to the passago of this Ordinance and
shall cause tho samo to bo published
for ten days in the Los Angeles Hsrald,
Rnd thereupon nnd thereafter it shall
tako effort and bo in force.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by tho Council
of tho City of Los Angeles at Us meet-
ing of November 27, 1905.
H. J. LKLANDR,
City Clerk.
Approved this Ist day of December,
1106,
OWEN McALKER,
_ 12-4-13 lOt Mayor.
Nollri- for lllil- for nollem
Notlco Is hereby given that the Board
Of Education ot tho City of Los An-
geles will receivo bids for the
Stenin Boiler for tho New Polytechnic
High School, as per plans and specifi-
cations marked (Jroup No. 2 on fllo In
tho Secretary's office. All bids must bo
accompanied with 'a certified check of
C por cent of n mount of bid, priyablo
to tho Board of Education, nnd must
be flletl with the Secretary In bis office,
418 Chamber of Commerce Building,
Friday, 12 o'clock noon, January D,
1906.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. I, 190f>.
N. S. AVRRILL. Secretary.
1-4-G-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
"~ Xotlce for Illds for Engine
Notlco is hereby given that tho Board
of Education of tho City of Los -An-
geles will receive bids for tho
Steam Engine and Generator for tho
New Polytechnic High School as per
planß and specifications marked Group
No. 3 on fllo in the Secretary's office.
All bid 3 must bo accompanied with a
certified check of 5 per cent of nmount
of bid, payable to tho Board of Educa-
tion, and must be filed with the Secre-
tary In his office, 418 Chamber of Com-
merce Building, by 12 o'clock noon, Fri-
day, January 5. 1906.
Los Angoles. Cal.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S. AVERILL. Secretary.
J.4.6-8-11-13-ID-18-20-22
Notice for Illfld
Notice Is hereby given that tho Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for tho
Tools for Englno Room of tho New
Polytechnic School, as per specification
or list marked Group No. 4 on fllo In
the Secretary's office. All bids must
be accompanied with a certified check
of 5 per cent of amount of bid, payable
to the Board of Education, and must
be filed with the Secretary In hla of-
fice, 413 Chamber of Commerce Build-
Ing, by 12 o'clock noon, Friday, Jan-
uary S, 1906.
Los Angeles. Cal . Dec. 1, 1305.
N. S AVERILL. Secretary.
1-4-6-8-11-13-ID-18-20-22
Notice for UI<1« *
Notice Is hereby given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receivo bids for tho
Pipe Fittings for the New Polytechnic
High School as per list marked Group
No. G on file In the Secretary's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a
certified check of 5 per cent of amount
of bid, payable to tho Board of Edu-
cation, and must be filed with the Sec-
retary In his office, 418 Chamber of
Commerce Building, by 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, January 5, 190 G.
Los Angeles. Cal.. Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S AVERILL. Secretary.
1.4.6-8-11-13-15-18-20-22
Notice for lIIiIm for Sl»»mii Hentlng
Notlco Is hereby given that tho Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receive bids for the
Heatlnp nnd Ventilation of tho New
Polytechnic High School as per plans
»nd specifications marked Group No
1 on file In the Secretary's office. All
bids must be accompanied with a cer-
tified check of 5 per cent of amount of
Md. payable to tho Board of Education,
and must bo filed with tho Secretary In
his office. 418 Chamber of Commerce
Building, p'riday, January G, 1906, 12
o'clock noon.
Los Angeles. Oil., Dec. 1, 1905.
N. S. AVERTLL. Secretary.
1-4-G-8-11-13-15-IS-20-22
Notice for Ulils
Notlco is hereby given that tlio Board
of Educatlou of tho City of Los An-
goles will receive bids for the
Tanks, Pump, etc., for the Now Poly-
technic High School, as por specifica-
tions marked Group No. 6 on lile In
tho Secretary's office. All bids must
bo accompanied with a certified check
of G per cent of amount of bid, pay-
able to tbe Board of Education, and
must be filed with the Secretary In hU
office. 418 Chamber of Commerco Build-
ing, by 12 o'clock noon. Friday, Jan-
uary G, 1906.
Los Angeles, Cnl., Deo. 1, 1905.
N. S AVERILL. Secretary.
1.4.6-8-11-13-15-18-20-23
Notice for III<1« to Elecl rlcnl
Contractor*
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receivo bids for the
Switch Board for the Now Polytechnic
High School ns per specifications
marked Group No. 7 on file In tho Seo-
retary^s offico. All bids must be nc-
companled with a certified check of 5
per cent of nmount of bid, payable to
the Board of Education, and must bo
filed with the Secretary In his office,
418 Chamber of Commerce Uullding,
by 12 o'clock noon, Friday, January B,
1906.
Los Angeles, Oil., Dec. 1, 1905.
N. 8 AVERILL, Secretary.
1.4.6-8-11-13-15-18-20-23
Notice for lllda to Ulectrleul
Coutrurlora
Notice Is hereby givi'ii that the Board
of Education of the City of Los An-
geles will receivo bids for tho
Electrical Indicating Instruments for
the New Polytechnic High School, as
per lUt murkod Group No. 8 on tlio In
the Secretary's office. All bids must
bo accompanied with a certified chock
(if G per cent of amount of bid, pay-
ubla to tlm Board of Education, and
must l>« tiled with tho Kecretury in
his office, 418 Chambor of Commerce
Building, by 13 o'clock noon, Friday,
January 6, loot).
Los Angeles. Cal., Dee. 1, 1905.
N. H AVKRILL. Secretary.
1.4.8-8-11-13-15-18-8(1-83
Everything you want you will find la
the classified page — a modern encyclo-
pedia. On* cent • word.
MRS. FREDA THAW WEDS
Become! Bride ef J, Dodrldga Peet,
a Wealthy New
Yorker
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, I>o. 7.— Mrs. Froda
Marsh Thaw was married last night to
,T. Dodrldge JVet. a wealthy New
Yorker who has lived much abroad.
The ceremony wag performed In Mrs.
ThaWs apartment In the Euclid Hall,
Broadway nnd Klghty-Slxth street.
About thirty gueUa, all Intlmatu
friends, were present.
The couplo departed at 10:30 o'clock.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Dr. Butler of this city, an Epis
copal minister. The bridesmaid was
Mrs. David Coykendall, a sister of the
1 rldfi. A brother of Mr. Peet was best
man.
J. I>odrldg<» Peet la about thirty-two
years old. His residence recently has
been the Republican club, and he Is
a member of several other well-known
clubs.
Mrs. Thaw was Freda I* Marsh. Ed
ward Thaw, from whom Mrs. Thaw
ns divorced, Is a half brother of Harry
Kendall Thaw, husband of Florence
Evelyn Nesblt, and of the Countess of
Yarmouth. Ua is a stepson of the
present Airs. William Thaw of Pitts
burg.
LAUNCH IN DISTRESS
The, J. C. Elliott Towed to San Diego
With Broken Pro.
' peller
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 7. — The excursion
launch, J. C. Elliott, Capt. Napier, was
towed Into port at 6 o'clock last evening
by the tug McKlnley. The Elliott had
been seen flying distress signals about
twelve miles oft Oceanslde Tuesday
evening, and that night the McKinley
was sent to the rescue. The Elliott had
broken her propoller.
Besides the crew there was a number
of passengers aboard, but nothing more
than anxiety was suffered. During the
day and night the little vessel drifted
helplessly.
Tokio Warmly Greets Ito
By Associated Press.
TOKIO, Dec. 8, 10:30 a. m.— Marquis
Ito, who arrived hero today from Korea,
received a warm greeting In apprecia
tion of his successful mission. The em
peror, empress and crown prince sent
their chamberlains to the station to
welcome the veteran etatesman. Mar
quis Ito drove to the palace In an im
perial carriags, escorted by the im
perial guards.
Minister Morgan Leaves Seoul
By Associated Press.
SEOUL, Dec. 7.— -American Minister
Morgun left Seoul today for America.
Tho Japanese government has espe
cially provided a transport on which
Mr. Morgan will visit Port Arthur and
Dalny en route from Japan to America-
Mr. JMorgan Is tho llrst foreign min
ister to withdraw. Tho German and
British ministers will probably follow
him soon.
Bicyclist Severely Injured
By Associated Press.
SAN JOSE, Dec. 7.— John Dlttus, a
well known resident of this city, while
riding his wheel on Market street this
forenoon was run over by a runaway
double team and heavy wagon, receiv
ing serious and possibly fatal Injuries.
The driver, John Smith, was also badly
bruised by being knocked down by the
team.
Quiet in Santo Domingo
By Associated Press.
SAN DOMINGO, Dec. 7.— Senor
Sanchez, the minister of foreign af
fairs, has resigned. This ends the dif
ficulties between President Morales
and Vice President Catceres. The
country Is quiet."
Floods Damage Cotton Plantations
By Associated Press.
EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 7.— High water
In the Lagurida In the district of Mex
ico Is damaging the cotton plantations
and has temporarily tied up the Mexi
can Central railroad. Nazas river Is out
of Its banks.
Young Girl Kills Herself
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.— Ethel
Anderson, sixteen years of age, com
mitted suicide last night by taking
poison. She was discouraged over her
ill health;
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Holidays
. Are Coming
...Buy-
Presents
In Time For
Eastern Friends
2 Gases Tine Old Wine
Freight paid to any point in
the United States for only
$9.00
C. F. A. Last
129 and 131 N. Main Street
Los Angeles, Cal.
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LEGAL NOTICES
Notice <>( Auuuul SleetluK of Slm-k-
liolriera of tbe AuKelu* llonyttul Ak—
HiM'liillou, City at Lorn AiiKvlrn. County
of I.uh Aukvlvh, State uC California.
To tha stockholders of the Angelus
Hospital asosclation: The annual meet-
ing of the stockholders of the Angelus
Hospital association will be held at
the oftlce of the principal place of busi-
ness of tho company, r.16 East Wash-
ington, in the City of Los Angeles.
County of Los Angeles, State ot Cali-
fornia, on Saturday, the 16tli day of De-
cember, 1905, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for
tha purpose of electing a board of
dlrectois and for transacting nucli other
business as may properly come beforo
the meeting^ BUYBON> M D§ Bec>
Los Angeles. Cal.. Dec. 6. 1905.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership
To whom It muy concern.
The partnrrsliip between Kplirulm W.
Cux and tiumuel ti. Tetor, and doing busi-
ness under Hut name and style of Kabrlo
Photo Co. at 82» W. Third street In the
City ot Loi Angeles, California, Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Eph-
ralin \V. Cox of Colorado Springs, Colo.,
bus tlil.s any Kold hU Interest to Bumuel
(1. Teter of liolgtiville. Cat., who will
carry on th« liiinlnesw. collect ull account*
and pay all bills. Dalftl Los Aliguleb,
Cal., Nov. it, 18(K>.
JiFHUAIM \V. COX.
8. a. TETKH.
UAMUEL, U. TKTISU.
PART 11.
FRUIT GROWERS' SESSION
Several Interesting Papers Read at
Meeting—Horticultural Com.
mlsaionert" Day
Ey AKROctftted Prae*
SANTA ROSA, Cnl., Dee. 7.— The
California, fruit grower* convention wns
called to order this morning promptly
on time With President Elwnod Cooper
In the chair. This wns horticultural
<■oniinlF.slono.rB 1 day nnd the principal
topics up for discussion had to do with
problems with which the commissioners
of the various countries are confronted.
Papers were read n« follows:
•'Diaended of Scnle Inrieeta, 1 ' Prof. 8.
M. Woodbrldge; "The Scutelllstn, Suc
cess or Failure, Whleh?" .T. W.
Jeffrey; "Quarantine Co-operation,"
Edward M. Ehrhom.
Tonight's semlon of the fruit grow
ers' convention proved full of Inter
est. Among the speakers were Prof
M. B. Walte of the department of ngrl
culture, who had for a mibjert: "Pear
Blight and IU Control In California."
An Illustrated lecture ty Alexander
O. McAdle, In charge of the weather
bureau at San Francisco, wns another
feature of tonight's sedition. Other
speakers on the evening's program
were:
"Science end the Fruit Grower," by
Prof. Vernon L. Kellogg; "Pear Blight
Work In California," by Prof. Ralph
K. Smith; "How May the Pear Thrips
Be Collected," by Dudley Moulton.
After tomorrow afternoon's session
the convention will adjourn.
BULLION FOR THE ORIENT
Large Amount of Silver to Be Car.
ried by the Pacific Liner
Doric
Hy Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.— ln the
treasure vault of the liner Doric, to
sail Saturday afternoon for tho' Orient,
Is $2,400,000 In silver bullion, con
signed to tho Asiatic coast, nnd still
more Is to bo taken aboard the stxamer
today, or before her departure for tho
far eust. Liko tho liner China, which
recently sailed for tho Orient, tho
Doric takes an unusual amount of sil
ver on account of, the prevailing high
tato of exchange, and other following
liners are expected to also carry
largo amounts of sliver for tho far
cast.
In addition to this vast store of
treasure the Doric will sail with all
the cabin passengers that can be ac
commodated, and with her holds full
of freight to the hatches.
ATTEMPTED EXTORTION
Men Accused of Conspiring to Obtain
Money From Armour &. Co.
Confess
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Dec. 7.— William Mc-
Swayno and Wilber Cole pleaded guil
ty today iv Judge Kerstcn's court to
the charge of conspiracy to extort
monoy from members of the firm of
Armour & Co., and wore sentenced
each to thirty days in jail. The men
were accused of attempting to obtain
money from Armour & Co. because of
certain letters which they had taken
from the company and which they
claimed would be valuable to the gov
ernment in the prosecution of tho beef
trust cases.
No testimony was taken, nor were
the letters offered In evidence.
DEATHS OF THE DAY
Gen. Morris C. Foote, U. S. A.
By Associated press
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.— Brigadier
General Morris C. Foote, U. S. A., re
tired, died yesterday at Geneva, Switz
erland.
Mrs. J. I. Martin. St. Louis
By Associated Press.
BLOOMINGTON, 111., Dec. 7.—Apo
plexy caused the death here yesterday
of Mrs. John I. Martin of St. Louis,
wife of CoL John I. Martin, who, dur
ing the last three national conven
tions, was sergeant-at-arms of the Na
tional Democratic conventions.
Col. D. B. Bosworth, Marietta, Ohio.
By Associated Press.
MARIETTA. 0., Dec. 7.— C01. Daniel
Berklns Bosworth, one of the wealth
iest and best known men In the oil
country, died at New York last night.
He served as an active ensign in the
navy during the civil war. He was a
member of the Loyal Legion and was
widely known.
JAP VESSEL HELPLESS
Transport Jinsen, With Troops and
Horses, Breaks Propeller and
Is Drifting
By Associated Press.
CHEFOO, Dec. 8., 1 p. m.— Two
Japanese army officers, who have ar
rived here in a lifeboat, report that
the transport Jinsen, which left Dalny
for Japan two days ago, with 1000
troops and 300 horses aboard, broke her
propeller between Stantun promontory
and the Korean coast and is now adrift.
The two officers embarked in a life
boat and came to Chefoo to seek as
sistance. The Japanese consul here
has telegraphed for a man of war to
rescue the helpless vessel. Some Brit
ish officers are on board the trans
port.
linger Case Goes to Jury
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 7.— The third
trial of Cresß linger for embezzlement,
so far as the counsel were concerned
closed with the submission of the case
to the Jury today In the United States
district court. By 8 o'clock tonight the
jury had failed to reach au agreement
and after a request to have read the
statute regarding: embezzlement had
been compiled with. It was ordered
locked up for the night.
Bonds Held by Banks
NEW YORK, Dec. 7.— The results of
a canvass of the holdings of bonds by
American banking Institutions were
made public today. The canvass cov
ered nearly 4000 banks and trust com
panies and showed that these Institu
tions hold $1,770,000,000 of bonds, not in
cluding government bonds. I
Planned to Murder Koreans
LONDON, Deo. 8. — The Toklo cor
respondent of the Dally Telegraph re
ports that a second meeting at Chin
ampo of the leaders of a conspiracy
to uHsiissliuitci nil tho Korean ministers
who signed the treaty with Japan was
surprised by Japanese trops, who ar
restoil ten of the conspirators.
Beveridge's, Statehood Bill
WASHINGTON. Dec. 7.— Senator
Beveridge Introduced a bill today pro
viding for Joint statehood for Oklahoma
ami Indlun Territory ami for new Mex
ico and Arizona. The bill is Identical
with the one Introduced In the house
by Representative Hamilton of Michi
gan.
Yellow Fever on Steamer
CALLAO, Peru. Deo. 7.— The steamer
Loina r arrived here today from J'uiui
iiiii. She bus eleven omen of. yellow
fever on board.
7
BOWMAN TO MARRY SOON
Man Who Kilted Woods Not Placed
Under Arrest
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO. £>cc. 7.— The coroner's
verdict In the death of James Woods
of Valley Center, who was shot by D.
E. Bowman Tuesday, Is death by firun
shot wound. Inflicted by Bowman.
Bowman an Id Woods, who win ft quar
relsome fellow, had often annoyed him
anil once had chatted him with an ax.
On the occasion of the shooting 1 . Bow
man «ay», he rnught V.'oods breaking
Into hid barn, and the latter threatened
him with an ax and ft club, Bowman
retreating, holding ft gun with which
he had been hunting. Finally Woods
rushed at him, putting his liftnd to his
hip pocket, when Bowman shot him.
The charge of shot tore a ■ hole In
Woods' throat and death was. almost
Immediate.
Bowman's story Is corroborated by
circumstances. lie bears an excellent
reputation and has not been placed
under arrest, lie Is past middle aga
and was to be married next Sunday to
a Los Angeles woman. The marriage
will probably take place as arranged.
EXPLOSION ON STEAMER
Accident Takes Place on British Yes.
Tel Carlisle In Saigon
Harbor
By Associated Prena.
LONDON, Dec. B.— A news agency
says a telegram has been received In
London from Hnlgon, French Indo-
Chlnn, saying that nn explosion has
taken place on board the British steam
er Carlisle In the harbor of Saigon.
The Carlisle wns chartered by the
Rusßlan government to carry supplies
from Vladivostok to Port Arthur be
fore the surrender of the latter fort
ress. She lost her propeller and drifted
to San Miguel bay, Island of Luzon,
whence she wan towed to Manila, in
May she arrived at Halgon and was
detained there on suspicion of carrying
contraband of war. Later It was learned
that her cargo consisted of arms ami
ammunition valued at $4,500,000 and
after the conclusion of peace she wns
compelled to remain at Saigon because
the Russian government refused to
pay her time charges.
COLLINS' POINT UPHELD
Attempt to Put Hi* Wife on Wit.
ness Stand Is Frus
trated
By Associated Press.
RAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.— When
tho prosecution In the case of George
D. Collins, accused of perjury, sought
today to put Mrs. Charlotta Newman
Collins, wlto of the defendant, on tho
stand, Collins objected. Tho point, ho
made was that as the prosecution was
attempting to prove that Charlotta
Newman — aa ho calls her — Is Mrs. Col
lins, its witnesses must bo bound by its
own allegations and not attempt to In
troduce tho witness as the wife to tes
tify against her husband. Judgo Len
non held that the defendant's, view of
the point was correct and ordered tho
jury to disregard tho attempt to put
Charlotta Collins on tho stand.
TO SAVE CONSTITUTION
Appeal Made to Bonaparte in Be*
half of the Old
Frigate
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.— Secretary
Bonaparte today received the following
telegram from A. K. Pillsbury, former
attorney general of Massachusetts:
"May I not say to meeting called to
preserve Constitution that sho will
not be destroyed?"
Secretary Bonaparte's attitude re
garding the fate of the historic old
frigate Is outlined in this ' telegram,
which he sent In reply:
"Fate o* Constitution in hands ot
congress. Personally I wish to see her
arise like n phoenix, but am too loyal
to other constitution to take liberties
with this one." . „
Bulgarian Leaders Drowned
By Associated Press.
LONDON, Dec. 8. — The correspon«
dent of the Times at Sofia, Bulgaria,
reports that tho well-known Bulgarian
chief, Tchernoeyeff, and seven mem
bers of his band have been found
drowned in Lake Doiran In Macedoniu.
It Is surmised that they are the vic
tims of hostile Bulgarians.
Comton Retains His Seat
By Associated .Press.
LONDON, Dec. 7.— The result of tho
bye elections yesterday in the . New
Forest division of Hampshire caused
by the succession of Hon. Scott Mon
tague, Conservative, to the peerage,
was that H. P. Comton managed to re
tain the seat for the Conservatives by
the narrow majority of 199 votes.
Population of Berlin
By Associated Press.
BERLIN, Dec. 7. — The census re«
turns made public today show that
Berlin has a population of 2,033,900
souls.
Undelivered Telegrams
There are undelivered telegrams at the
office of the Western Union Telegraph of
llco for Miss Annie Roc, Ellsa Abdolnoui',
J. V. Myors, Poggiono & Spenelll, Mrs.
I!. J. Forbes. Jonas Hughes. Frank it.
Barber, H. C. Mayer, Jons Dyor. G. 8.
Brown, Mr. Fritz Winter, Mrs. O. J.
Stoughburbank. Condor Co., J. H. Trerlse,
Sam I. P. Blame, P. D. Hazzard.
TIDE TABLE FOR SAN PEDRO
High. Low.
Dec. 8 6:50 a.m. 13:14 a.m.
8:05 p.m. 1:44 p.m.
Dec. 9 7:l'iu.m. 12:48 a.m.
8 43 p.m. 2:13 p.m.
Dec. 10 7.45 ii.m. 1:19 a.m.
9:20 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Doc. 11 8:17 a.m. l:t'Ju.iti.
9:36 p.m. 3:1! p.m.
Dec. 12 8:46 a.m. 2:19 a.m.
10:35 p.m. 3:42 p.m.
Dec 13 8:15 a.m. 2:53 a.m.
11:17 p.m. 4:15 p.m.
Dec. 14 9:47 a.m. 3:23 a.m.
11:G8 p.m. 4:51 p.m.
Dec. IS 10:24 a.m. 4:16 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
Dec. 16 12:45 a.m. 5:17 a.m.
11:07 a.m. 6:14 p.m.
Dec. 17 1:34 a.m. 6:36 a.m.
12:02 p.m. 7:03 p.m.
Dec. 18 2:2t)a.m. 8:11 a.m.
1:20 p. m. 7:67 p.m.
Doc. 19 3 :27 a.m. 9:41 a.m.
3:08 p.m. 9:02 p.m.
Dec. 20 4:litu.m. 10:52 a.m.
4.48 p.m. 10:13 p.m.
Dec. 21 li:Ua.m. ll:G.lu.m.
6:11 p.m. 11:1- p.m.
Dec. 23 li .SSii.m
7:14 p.m. 12:47 p.m.
Dec. 23 6-42 a.m. 12:06 a.m.
8:09 p.m. 1.36 p.m.
Dec. 24 7:24 a.m. 12:57 a.m.
8.59 p.m. 2:21 p.m.
Dec. 25 K-oiiiun. ■1:43 a.m.
9:46 p.m. 3:03 p.m.
Dec. 26 B:4Bii.in. 2-27 a.m.
10:33 p.m. 3:4e p.m.
Doc. 27 9.33 a.m. 3:l3u.ra.
11.19 p.m. 4:27 p.m.
Dee. 28 10:15 a.m. 4:02 a.m.
5:11 p.m.
Doc. 29 .12:04 a.m. 4:55 a.m.
6:50 p.m.
.10:68 am.
Due. 30 ...12:54a.m. 6:55 a.m.
C.aSp.iu.
lt:4la.m ;..,
Ceo. SI 1:43 a.m. 7:06 a.m.
12:2»p.m. 7:09 p.m.

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