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To Grider (Si Hamilton's New Tract
Including Sunday Or ny Hour
DON'T WAIT FOR. THE
Opening Day/ Monday, December 25th
If you do you may be too late. We mean it. o7Wany lots have already been
HOlly WOOQ JUPclCt* selected. The record of our Highland Park, which was sold out a week in TllC IlTiprOVCn\entS
advance of the opening, bids fair to be repeated. Mahe your reservations at .... mt _ .... : ';sSss
has for years been held vacant by the once and you'll be safe wiU fit choice locahty * There w 111136 * 11 " 6
Hnwrr mtatr Finr hnrriM hay(.h ay( . r^« principal cross streets— Cedar. Gordon and Pine,
uowcr G&idic. rinc nomes nave oecn «• ««%. * .*»». M *&± *%. mm rtn_ S. ,< . . «. . • ... ■ •-. .
.... n j -i. /-> i I 4fe,4*\ EUM4fe.w«Mfc €13 A C\€\ 4a ftP Q W./^ Cement walks and curbs will be laid on Gower,
built up all around it. Colegrove could LOIS JTOIH 10 $OjU Cedar, Pine and Gordon streets and on Hartford
not expand because of it. Home builders ~ • ~ avenue All streets will be graded and oiled and
and investors have waited anxiously in ONE-FOURTH CASH BALANCE INPAYMENTS supp ii c d with shade and ornamental trees. Water
vain until the present time. We have I m ~-| of course.
purchased the entire holdings of the Gowcr e « >*^r/^7-o/s/. ,^ 7 5 ;«. Take any Colegrove car north on Spring
estate comprising 340 choice 50-foot lots. n FAT F^ T ATF Z 1 nffflXtf^to^ AND*» street - Get off at Gower street Our office;- 225 •
The tract is bounded on the west by l^vmFmk I'fllH^^ltJi^^ lH A IMlf TT "Lr* > West Second street, will be open all day Sunday
, Gower street, on the east by Hartford IWYLaIPILNIp Jm^ •^«JkJ*!M**-^' to issue free tickets. Our agents will be on the
street, on the south by Santa Monica t^^W ' Mws J^ ground every day to make reservations.
TO BE OBSERVED
Y. M. C. A. ARRANGES FOR
Rev. E. P. Ryland of Trinity M. E.
Church Is Tendered a Reception
on His Return From Con.
vention in East
"Founder's day" will be observed to
morrow afternoon nt the Los Angeles
Young Men's Christian association in
memory of the lute Sir George Wil
liams, who founded the first associa
tion in London, England, in 1851, with
fourteen members. Mr. Williams was
Knigned by Queen Victoria in 18(14 for
his service in organizing the associa
tion. He recently passed away In Lon
Arthur Letts will presldo at the ser
vice, which will bo preceded by thu
usual sacred concert by tho orchestra.
•Sir George Willias, tho Man," will be
tho topic of on address by E. P. Clark,
a member of the board of directors.
"The Monument He Founded" will be
the subject of James. G. Warren, D.
K. Kdwards will ppealt on "The Re
.It is expected this meeting will prove
of special Interest to the large number
of men who attend each Sunday after
I A reception was tendered Rev. 13. P.
Hyland, pastor of the Trinity Methodist
church south, lnst Thursday evening
at the church by the congregation.
Itev. Mr. Hyland had recently been re
turned to the pastorate, Immediately
following which ho left for New York,
where he attended the national federa
tion of churches as a delegate from the
Southern California Methodist confer
ence south. He returned to Los An
geles last Saturday.
A Christmas tree will be given the
children of St. Patrick's Sunday school
Hunday afternoon, December H. The
Cured Without Medicine by the
Robson Fusion Light and Heat
Marvelous results are being obtained
by this new discovery. Severe patna
are relieved almost instantly. Tim
Health Culture Institute, CO7, Mason
jiuiliiinK. Fourth and Uroudway, gives
fren treatment to illustrate the won-
rlftrful curative power of this new
sisters of the school are in charge of
the program. The Knights of St; Pat
rick, a boy's sodality of this church
will give an entertainment In January.
Trees on the property at Court street
and Union avenue are being felled pre
paratory to the erection of the founda
tion for the new Church of Our Lady
of Loretto, on which work will soon be
At tho annual meeting of the Men's
league last Wednesday evening at the
First Congregational church the follow
ing officers were elected: A. P. Flem
ing; president; George Amott, first vice
president and chairman of the benevo
lont committee*-; .1. C. be Masters, sec
ond vino president; "Wesley A. Sever-
Bon, secretary; William M. Kinney,
treasurer. A new plan for church
benevolence was presenter! to the
church by the league, which Mas ac
"Every Day Crowns" will be the topic
of Key. Hugh K. Walker at the vesper
service tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
at tho Y. W. C. A. Muslo will be fur
nished by Clare Cardell, Claud Mc-
Gregor and Lorenzo Ford.
The recent bazaar given by the
women of Epiphany church netted $235
lor the building fund.
It is expected the new Central Avenue
Congregational church will be ready for
occupancy for' the Christmas services.
It is located at the corner of Paloma
and East Twenty-eighth streets.
Prof. Richard Moulton will speak to
morrow evening at St. Paul's pro
cathedral on "Biblical Oratory." All
are invited to this service, Dr. J. J.
Wilklns, the dean and rector, will
preach at the morning service.
Rev. W. F. Day, pastor of the First
Congregational church, has just com
pleted a threo months' coursn of In
structions for tho normal class of th<>
Sunday school teachers. During the
Thursday evenings of January Miss
Cora L. Tatham of the Y. W. C. A. will
Klve a series of talks on the "Life of
Christ" before this class.
A "strangers' service" will be held
tomorrow evening at the Church of the
Neighborhood. Itev. T. C. Marshall,
the rector, will speak on the work of
The Young Ladies' sodality of Bt.
Patrick's church "will give a two-act
farce, "A Perplexing Situation," Friday
evening, December 29, at Elks' hall.
James C. Hanley of Ht. Vincent's Dra
matic club has charge of the produc
tion, which will be for the beneilt of
Frank Pratt will speak tomorrow
evening at the nervlce at tho Union
liescue mission, 145 North Main street.
ttt. Rev. Mgr. tlarnett. V. 0., will
preach at the solemn mass tomorrow
morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Cath
edral of Bt. Vifoiaiia.
Communion will be celebrated at the
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1905.
morning service tomorrow at the Im
mnnunl Presbyterian church. *W New
members will be received. %
Dr. Lorenz Monk of Fort Worthr.Tex.,
will preach at the morning service to
morrow at the Trinity Methodist
church south. Rev. E. P. Ryland, the
pastor, will preach nt the evening ser
Rt. Rev. Bishop Johnson will confirm
a class at St. Athanaslus church on
Christmas eve, -when a full Christinas
carol servloe will be given. The
bishop will preach the sermon. A full
chorus choir, with quartet, is being or
ganized at this church.
The tiMilh anniversary of the organ
ization of the orchestra of the Kirst
Congregational church will lie observed
Sunday, Dncr-mber 2i, with v special
program, in whlrh tho Sunday school
will Join with a Christinas program.
A reception will he given next Thurs
day evening at the Hotel Westmoor by
the Y. W. (!. A. Miss Elma Smith will
Klve a reading. "The Lost Word." Sev
eral musical selections will be given.
During tho week preceding Christmas
supper will be served each evening ut
the aHsoclatlon dining room, necessitat
ing the reception being given outside
A Christmas festival ■will be given
for the children of St. Athanasius Sun
day school Wednesday evening, Decem
ber 27. A Christmas drama will be pre
sented by tho children. A Christmas
tree will be on tho program.
A Christmas festival will be held for
the Sunday pchool of Christ church
Wednesday evening, December 27.
Mlsb Jennie Smith, a well known rail
road evangelist, will address a muss
meeting tomorrow • afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the First Methodist church.
An entertainment and C'hristnins pro
gram will be given Thursday evening,
December 28, at St. Joseph's school
hall. At this entertainment the chil
dren of the Sunday school will hold ex
The We Hoys of the First Methodist
church will hold their annual meeting
next Tuesday evening, when the elec
tion of ollloera will be held.
Next Wednesday, Friday and Satur
day will be observed as ember days
by Catholics us iluj'H of fasting and
The Soerrl of Siu-cran
When a man starts In a business enter
prise, his reputation for honesty and re
liability must be established before he
whin the confidence of his fellow men,
which is essential to any business. Thin
la tho secret of the success of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It bus a reputa
tion of ovt>r thirty years' standing, of
doing exactly what the manufacturers
claim for It. and every bottle la sold un
der a positive guarantee.
Buhner Ib» for Tim Los Angeles Pally
HtraM and set your Christmas) gifts
WOULD AID WEARY STRANGERS
W. H. Frost Asks Council to Estab.
> . lish Rest Stations Throughout
The Church Federation council
through its executive secretary, W. H.
Frost, has petitioned the city council
to establish comfort stations In con
venient places in the business dis
trict of the city. The federation con
tends that this has been done in many
of the large cities of the east and
Is especially needed in Los . Angelps,
The Water You Drink
cTWay contain germs of TYPHOID FEVER,
the MILK which the dairyman sells you may
contain germs of TUBERCULOSIS, but your
beer has been cooked and boiled sufficiently to
kill any possible germs in it. As to purity
BEER IS MORE RELIABLE THAN
WATER OR MILK
■q Contains about 10 per cent of solid matter derived from
XjCCT the starch of barley, converted into malt sugar. It is,
therefore, of nutritious quality, especially wholesome to persons
with weak digestive organs.
•q, . . Frequently prescribe beer to consumptives
JrJiySlCl3.nS and anaemic persons, because of its nu-
tritious qualities and its digestibility.
Dr. Warner L. Bebee o r the" Northern TaS
and Great Northern railroads, says: "Beer is surely a food by
reason of its ingredients, and its moderate use is not at all in-
jurious to the health of adult persons.
The Mathie Brewing Company's
-|-j Is beyond a doubt the finest beer brewed hereabout,
.Deer as a trial order will convince anyone.
Home Exchange 942 Sunset East 66
as this city harbors so many strangers.
. In his petition Mr. Frost states that
the coffee clubs on East Second and
Court streets have established these
stations for the convenience of the
public. He further asks that as theso
rlubs are purely benevolent institu-
I t!ons, the. restaurant license fee which
they are compelled to pay be remit
There, ore no dirt or preservatives
in Horlick's malted milk. Besides, the
milk Is pure and very digestible, find
may be used with delicate infants or
INDEX TO PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice to sewer contractors for
Knalcd proposals for tho construction
of th« proposed storm sower in West-
moreland place from private right of
wny to a. point west of Vermont avo-
Orilinuni'p No. 12,217
An Ordinanco of tho Mayor and
Council of tho City of Los Angeles,
ordering certain work to bo dono on
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the Council of th».
City of liOS Aneeles deems it to bo re-
quired by tho public Interest and con-
venience, and hereby orders that tho
followlnsr street work be done, to wit:
Ist. That a cement curb return bo
constructed at each corner of tho Inter-
with each Intersecting street from tho
north line of Sixth street to the pro-
duced north lino of that portion of
Fifth street extending west of Fremont
hvpiiuo (excepting such portion of said
Intersections upon which a cement curb
return has already been constructed to
tho official line and grude). In accord-
ance with specifications for construct-
ing cement curbs, on tile in the offico
of tho City Clerk, said specifications
being No. 22 (New Series).
2d. Thnt a cement sidewalk 6even
(7) foot in width be constructed along
the west side of said Fremont avenue
from tho north line of Sixth street to
the produoed north line of that portion
of Fifth street extending west of Fre-
mont aveuuo (excepting such portions
of said street between said points along
which a • cement or asphalt sidewalk
seven (7) feet in width has been con-
structed to the official lino and grade),
said sidewalk to bo constructed In no-
cordance with specifications for con-
structing cement sidewalks on file In
the onTico of the City Clerk of said city,
said specifications being No. 23 (New
3d. That a cement sidewalk six (6)
feet In width be constructed along
tho east sldo of said Fremont avenue
from the north lino ot Sixth street to
tho produced north lino of that portion
of Fifth street extending west
of Fremont uvcnuo (excepting
such portlonß of said stroei
between bald points along which a
cement or asphalt sidewalk six (6)
feet In width has been constructed to
the official line and grade), said side-
walk to bo constructed in accordancn
■with specifications for constructing
cement sidewalks on file In the office
of the City Clerk of said city, said
specifications being No. 23 (New
Sec. 2. Tho City Clerk Is hereby di-
rected to publish a notice of said work,
Inviting sealed proposals or bids for
doing said work, and referring to the
specifications posted or on file, for two
days In the Lou Angeleb Herald, a daily
newspaper published and circulated In
eald city, hereby designated for that
purpose. Huld notice shall require a
certified chock or a bond, eltliur, as
prescribed by law, and for an amount
not less than 10 per cent of ths aggre-
gate of the proposal. He Is also direct-
ed to post said notice with specifi-
cations conspicuously for five days on
or near the Council Chamber door.
Sec, S. Tbo City Clerk Hhall certify
to the pa»Bage of this Ordinance, and
■hall cause the mini" to bo publlnhed
for two days In the Loa Angelos Her-
ald, and thereupon and thereafter It
Bhall take effect aud be in for<-«.
- I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Ansrolcs at Its meet-
ing of December 4, 1905, by tho fol-
Ayea — Messrs. Blanchn.rd, Ford.
Healy, Houghton, Smith and Summer-
Noes — None.
IT. J. LELANDE.
City Clerk nnd ex-Offlrlo Clerk of the*
Council of tho City of Los Angeles.
Approved this 11th day of December,
1 2-1 5-1 6 2t Mayor.
Notice to Sewer Contractors
Sealed proposals for the construc-
tion of the proposed storm sower
in Westmoreland place will bo
received at tho offlcn of tho
City Clerk ot tho City of Loa
Angeles, California, -until 11 a. m.
of Tuesday. December 2<i, 1905. All.
proposals must be on forms furnished
by the city and must bo accompanied
by a certified check drawn to the order
of the City Clerk of the City of Los
Angeles, for the sum of five (5) per
cent of the amount of the bid. The
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plans, profllo, detail draw-
ings, specifications, etc., may be seen
at tho office of tho City Engineer.
Prints of the plans, profile and detail
drawings, forms of proposal, contract
and bonds and copies of the specifica-
tions will be delivered to prospective
bidders upon receipt by tho City En-
gineer of 42.00. Kaoh bidder is re-
quired to make personal examination
of the ground In which tha sewer la to
Sizes and approximate lengths ot tho
12«0 feet vitrified pipe sewor, diame-
ter 30 Inches.
Each bid shall be placed in a
sealed envelope addressed "11. J. Le-
lande. City Clerk. Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia," and endorsed, "Proposal for
constructing Storm Sower In West-
moreland place, from private right of:
way to a point west of Vermont avc—.
H. J. LELANDB.
12-16-25 lOt City Clerk.
Notice of Publlo Work !—! —
Public notice Is hereby given that ' at
its meeting held on Monday, the 20th,
day of November, 1905, the City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles adopted
an Ordinance, designated as Ordinanco
No. 12,102 (New Series), declaring lt»
intention to order the following im-
provement to bo made, to wit:
a publlo uti'K't of the City of Los An-
gales, be opened to a width of sixty
(60) feet, between Lake Shore avenuu
and BunHet boulevard. In suld city.
Reference Is hereby made to said Ordi-
nance, on file In the ofllce of the City
Clerk of said city, for further particulars.
Street Superintendent of the City of Loa
An gelos. 12-11-20 lot
Notice of l-ul.ll,- \Vurk
Publlo notice Is hereby given that at
its meeting held on Monday, the 20th
day of November, 1905, the City Council
of the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordinance No.
12.101 (New Series), declaring Its In-
tention to order the followinglmprovo-
unlit to he made, to wit:
a publlo street of the City of Lns An-
Wit": b ? "P el > e< * *o »■ width of sixty .
(80) feet, between Thlrty-slxth street
und Ihlrty-oitchth street, In-aald city. '
Reference Is hereby muda •to said
Ordliianco on fll« in the office of the
City Cleik of said city, for further par-
„ -.\ ■ JAMBS HANLBT.
Street Sup«Hnt«ncleot of thf City ot
Lo» AngeUi. -, IMI-SO lot