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Names of Pioneer Los Angeles Residents
<!. W. Juden, farmer.
Charles (;. Keyes, county clerk.
J. ii. Whltworth, rancher.
J. B. Wyatt. larnier.
Itnfaol Pork', wine maker.
William A. ECnlghton, minister.
M. F. Qulnn, farmer.
Qeprge N. Lockwood, deputy sheriff.
W. W. Robinson, clerk.
T. Lassarevich, retired,
jerry Relihan, rancher,
W. T. Martin, farmer.
Gottfried Schmidt, fnnner.
John McArthur, miner.
JantM o. McDonald, engineer,
' 'ornelius Short, farmer.
AVllliam Abernethy, merchant.
John C. Anderson, merchant.
James J. Ayres, publisher.
I'Yanoi.s Bakflr, city marshal,
rascal Ballade, ex councilman.
Joseph Bayer, liquor merchant.
Alexander T. Hell, harness,
ir. k. ay. Kent, ex postmaster.
Joseph Baker Blnford, bank clerk.
Omrl Bullls, ex-county tax collector.
.Nathaniel C. Carter, promoter.
James A. C!nrk.
Nathaniel J. Clarke, capitalist.
Oootxe D. Compton, capitalist.
D. AY. c. Cowan.
jHmois Craig, merchant.
John Crimmtns, plumblngi
Francis S. Culver, real estate.
T. A. Delano, rancher.
Daniel Desmond, merchant.
Oliver R. Dougherty, retired.
Jonathan D. Dunlap, ex U. S. mar
Josiah F. Purrell. rancher.
Abraham \v. Edelman, rabbi.
[>. KllHworth, rancher.
Dennis h. Felix, barber.
chiiries v. Fickett, contractor,
A. W. Pitcher, music store.
Henry F. Klcislimali, merchant,
Stephen C, Foster, ex mayor.
Bamuel Calvert Poy, saddlery, har
George B. Qard, ex sheriff.
Robert I*. Carrett, undertaker,
Prank A- fJibson, banker.
John Ooldsworthy, surveyor.
M, m. Oreen, retired.
William Frederick (Jrnsser. musi
Huftis Howe Halnes, telegraph su
Godfrey Hargltt, contractor.
Horace Illller, lumber merchant.
A. M. Hough, minister.
K. P. Johnson, furniture merchant.
Mlcajah I). Johnson, ex-city treas
Nicolas Kipp. contractor.
Stephen W. lia Dow, rancher.
Charles Ernst Lr.mbcke.
George W. Lechlcr, rancher.
Lev! J. Tjorkhart, rpal cßtate.
P. J. Malion, liquor merchant.
KufuH K. McCreory. rancher.
Isaac N. Moore, capitalist.
Klljnh Moulton, vineyardlst.
David Mulroln, contractor.
Joseph Mullally, brick merchant.
Renjamtn F. Orr, unflert:iker.
John O.sbornfi, truckman.
Joel H. Parker, contractor,
r}eorn Huntlnffton Peck, rancher.
I*, \v, poschkc, merchant.
A. A. Proctor, contractor.
Herman Raphael, merchant.
"Walter Scott neavlfl, imekmnn.
i:. W. c, Hlchardson, rancher.
Henry C. Roberts, mining man.
Anderson Rose, rancher.
11. B. Russell, rancher.
William 11. RuaMll, rancher.
John Caleb Salisbury.
Palmer Milton Scott, capitalist.
John Shaffer, capitalist.
Joseph Btoltenberg, merchant.
Simon Skill, stationery.
Oeorgs Btraub, rancher.
John H. Tate, liquor merchant,
John ' M. Thoman, rancher.
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Los Angeles is noted for her hospitality. Many national
conventions have been held here and in each instance
they have been very successful and all who attended
have gone away with pleasant impressions.
The greatest convention will be held here, beginning
June 26, 19*1. This is the meeting of the American Med
ical association. This great medical society has 33,000
members and it is believed that 10,000 of these members
will be in attendance and at least 5000 others will take
advantage of the low railway rates.
Nothing in Los Angeles will probably interest these
physicians more than the California Hospital. This is
the most noted private hospital in the world. It was or
ganized, constructed and is controlled exclusively by
physicians. The Doctors of Los Angeles think they
know what they want and what their patients need.
Robert Miller Town, rancher.
Ambroslo Vlgnolo, liquor merchant.
Henry Vogt, capitalist.
Louis Wfltenburg, merchant.
Ivar A. Weld, capitalist.
Caleb ES. White, rancher and orchard
Henry Clay Wiley, under.sheriff.
Fred W. Wood, hanker.
Jesse Yarnell, publisher.
MaJ. W. c. Furrey, hardware.
Herman Heinsch, saddlery, harness.
Norman A. McDonald, retired.
J. M. Stewart, retired.
Hugh Ma goo, teamster.
w. T. Black, butcher.
W. C. McOaugh, rancher.
Adolph Straus, carpenter.
P. v. McQaugh, walnut grower.
<'. P. BWltSer, carpenter. Vj
t. a. McKlnnon, rancher.
William R. Steele, farmor.
Jesus Saenz, merchant.
J. K. Skinner, contractor.
N. H. Mitchell, hotel keeper.
Edvi in Btanton, postmaster.
Newell S. Montaßue, farmer.
John Meade, retired.
R. A. Meredith, fruit grower.
A. L. ThUrman, farmer,
J. .1. Morton, farmer.
John S. Thurman, farmer.
J. 11. Mosser, retired.
S. D. Thurman. farmer.
Joseph i,. Williams, manufacturer.
M, .1. Newmark, merchant.
D. P. Walsh.
John Wolfskill. rancher.
Frank H. White, deputy tax collec
Louis Kentous, farmer.
if. M. Wldney, fruit grower.
Joseph OICOVICh, merchant.
Martin Wetzel, engineer.
3 1:. C. Parrlsh, farmer.
John Treadwell, civil engineer.
James W. Hellman, hardware mer
Lemuel Carpenter, rancher.
John M. I'oy, saddlery and harness.
.1. C. Penny, justice of the peace.
George H. Pike, retired.
c. K. Wadflworth, bookkeeper.
Charles M. Wright, farmer.
(ieorpre Zohelein, brewer.
Senator Cornelius Cote, capitalist.
AlonßO Deck, merchant.
I'apt. Balsbury Haley, attorney.
Joseph D. Lynch, publisher.
Dr. J. P. Wldney, retired.
W. AY. Wldney, real estate.
Sutherland Hutton, contractor.
H. V. Hard, miner.
Caiflb Crowell. lumber dealer.
Loots ESblnger, merchant.
Charles E. French; retired.
(;. T. Grow, contractor.
Gustav Helnmann, hunker.
John Kearney, merchant
F. G. Monahan, orange grower.
r>r. A. s. Bhorb, physician.
Joseph L. Starr, dairyman.
Isaac S. Smith, notary public.
George w. Tubbs, retired.
rialborne Vaughn, fruit prower.
C. X. Wilson, lawyer.
li. W. Ross, rancher.
Juan Domingo, vlneyardist.
Jacob MAtSker, livery stable.
Kuso Wilson, capitalist.
Bryant Phillips, capitalist.
W. n. Workman, ex mayor,
Robert Tweedy, farmer,
Cii'ii. Roy Beane, retired.
Wilson Beach, stock man.
Fred Kerlln, quartermaster's clerk.
Caesar C. Twitchell, teacher.
AVllllnm McXee, teacher.
D. F. Hall, merchant.
JoniitliHn Hlldreth, rancher.
Jonathan Hlldreth, Jr., rancher.
John Jlildroth, rancher.
Tom Hlldreth, rain her.
C. If. Rand, publisher.
Alonno Walte, puhliHher.
(*Jport?e AY. Barter, publisher.
Henry Hamilton, publisher.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MOIIMNG, DECEMBER 25, LOIO
Evert Evertson, fruit grower.
11. Z. Wheeler, merchant.
Dennis Clancy, rancher.
John ii. Clancy, real estate.
Alonso Ridley, raining.
Michael Clemente, vlneyardlst.
John Phllbln, vineyardlst,
O. 11. Klefer, wine merchant.
.liiinnir; Gorman, rancher.
Dr. F. A. McDougall, ex-mayor.
Alexander Brasleton, livery.
Joel Turner, ex-mayor.
William M. Stockton, fruit grower.
h. M. Mitchell, under-rterlft.
Theodore Rlrapau, sr., vlneyardtat,
Burdette Chandler, oil man.
Albert. M. Dibblee, rancher.
Frederick Harkness, capitalist.
John T. Gaffey, capitalist.
I>r. L. W. French, dentist.
Raphael Bros., glassware.
11. M. LaFetre, clerk.
Professor Krouse, dancing master,
Film Slaughter, rancher.
Octavlus Morgan, architect.
Isaac Lankerahim, rancher.
,i. a. ETalrchllds, contractor.
Charles Sehroeder, liquor merchant
B. Ballerlno, rancher.
Joseph Maler, brewer.
sii Maler, butcher.
f>. Mahstedt, brewer.
William Turner, merchant.
Ilarley 'I'aft, livery stable.
John MUner, banker.
Daniel Hazard, teamlnjr.
Obed Macy, ST., retired.
John o. Sullivan, rancher.
<'(ii w. ir. Winston, orchardist.
P.enjamin Colin, merchant,
Smile Vache, liquor merchant.
Kasper Berendt, merchant.
Asa Kills, cx-assemblyninn.
Adol])h Portugal, merchant.
Father Francis Mora.
Father James McQiH.
Father Peter verdejjtier.
Father Peter Verdeguer.
Bishop Amnt. '
Llewellyn Bixby, capitalist.
John Blxby, rancher.
Qeorge Iflxby, rancher.
H. Slottorback, gunsmith.
William Lacy, banker
Daniel Freeman, rancher.
j. B. Hollenbeck, capitalist.
Fred Lambournf>, merchant.
])r. R. T. Hayes, physician,
l^ouin Phillips, runclier.
John Phillips, liquor merchant.
Dr. Rlchardo Den, physician.
It. M. Baker, rancher.
G. Gauthier, merchant.
r,en. John Mansfield, lieut.-gov.
Franclseo Vaisalo, merchant.
Judge Henj. Hayes, district Judge.
Mason Bradfteld, rancher.
Dr. .lor. Hannon, physician.
Dr. Burbank, dentist.
John McCrey, banker.
fieorse A. Dobbinson, dramatics.
Miircus Forster, rancher.
Francisco Forster, rancher.
Bernardino Gulrado, rancher.
R. C. OulradO, druggist.
ECduardo Pollereno, rancher.
John F. White, farmer.
John Quiucy Adams Stanley, farmer.
Francis Baker, ex-city marslial.
John R. Brlerly, internal revenue.
Daniel F. McGarry, vlneyardlst.
William Nordholt. capitalist.
William Abbott, proprietor Merced
K. H. Boyd, deputy nss^ssor.
Elijah Bettla, deputy assessor.
William T. B. Sanford. rancher.
Cyrus Sanforri, ranrher.
Jose •!. ESstudiUo, inspector.
Francisco Estudillo, rancher.
Samuel K. Rriggs, express superin
10. J. Baldwin, rancher.
Harvey Mayor, t'nited States mar
ay. ti. Peterson, justice of peace.
AY. B. Benedict, farmer.
This hospital extends from Hope street to Grand
avenue and from Fourteenth street to Fifteenth street.
It is situated in the midst of a beautiful tropical park,
where the convalescents are congregated almost every
day in their wheel chairs and on their cots. The idea of
the management is that the sooner you can get a patient
out in the fresh air and sunshine of California, the quick
er the recovery.
The hospital has Medical, Surgical, Maternity, Eye
and Ear departments. About seventy-five of the leading
specialists in these various departments are in attend
ance. There are usually about 100 nurses on service and
they are,noted for their efficiency and courtesy. Persons
interested in the hospital will be sent an illustrated book
let free upon request. Address California Hospital, 1414
South Hope Street, Los Angeles. Telephones 10061 and
M. W. ''hills, hardware.
11. 1.. Montgomery, fruit grower.
J. A. Nelson, clerk.
Kdward ' wen, 1 lerk.
s. J.. Page, farmer.
1:. M. Pogson, rancher.
William 1.. Price, publl in r
K. w. Richardson, dairyman.
A. C. Rogues, Clerk.
John W. Sheltss, miner.
John F. Staples, drover.
John <;. Bc'ott, rari» liter,
George W. Hazard, saddlery.
Isaac Norton, merchant.
Charles White, clerk.
Enoch Hidden, hardware
Alexander Beard, merchant.
A. A. Polhemos, captain Wilmington
John P. Moran, ex-coi llman.
Andrew J. Henderson. Jailer.
Charles 1!. I [Olst, fanner.
John Henderson, agent.
Ed 1.. Maker, accountant.
John 11. Barclay, carpenter.
Lewis 1,. Bequette, retired.
T. 'J. Bradshaw, landlord.
Jonathan T. Cable, carpenter.
<'. c. Desmond, merchant.
i. A. Durfee, capitalist,
P. T. 1 (urfy, farmer.
Martyn El. Evarts, printer.
Lawrence Fogle, fanner.
Adolph Franck, janitor.
F. j. Glesc, druggist,
Thomas 1.. Gooch, horticulturist.
Charles Gower, team contractor,
Emll Harris, detective.
Wado Hays, rancher.
Ous Katensteln, cook.
Henry Lorenz, farmer.
AY. <;. McMullln, farmer.
A. G. Mappa, clerk.
N'iek Mi rcadante, grocer.
T. J. Moffltt, rancher,
J. W. Venable, farmer.
Jacob Weil, retired.
Bimon W. White, farmer, v
X A. Preuss, postmaster,
Charles Foreman, mining superin
Dr. H. N'adeau. physician,
J. M. Kiley, contractor.
J. T. Bostwlck, druggist
Dr. J. B. Winston, physician.
E. F, Speni c, ex-mayor and hanker.
E. N. McDonald, capitalist.
Spencer 11. Wilson, capitalist.
Felix Baohman, merchant,
Philip Siehel, merchant.
Gabriel Allen, superintendent.
Judge 1. S. K. Ogler, I. S. judge.
Stephen A. Randall, photographer.
H. c. Penelon, photographer.
A. Wolfenstein, photographer.
Oscar Macy, printer.
Obed Macy, harness maker.
Leopold [larrls, merchant.
H. W. Frank, merchant.
Dr. F. P. How aid, physician.
Major Ben <'. Truman, publisher.
Dan G. Stephens, livery.
George Gephard, capitalist.
Bumlller Hrothers. capitalists.
<'. W. i'.ush, capitalist.
C. if. Hush, jeweler.
Judge A. W. Hutton, superior judge.
Col. Isaac 11. Dunkelberger, post
Bolivar cox, clerk.
Thomas Cox, rancher.
J. M. Elliott, banker.
Judge Penney, Justice of peace.
Judge B. I. Pool. Justice of peace
M. Morenhaut, French consul.
James F. Ward, capitalist,
Judge Cray, Justice of peace.
Jeremiah v.. Hannon, rancher,
fieorge Hanson, civil surveyor.
Frank LecOUVeur, civil engineer.
William Moore, civil engineer.
Henry Hancock, civil engineer.
John Kenealy. merchant.
Richard Dillon, merchant.
Judge H. S. K. O'Mfilveny, superior
J. S. Severance, rap taJJst.
X. R, \ ail. rnpltallHt.
Alfn -I Wdrkni n, 1 tncher.
.1. w, Haverstick, U. B. land omee.
Oeorge c. Knox, civil engineer.
John 1:. .la kson, civil engineer.
Andrew A. Boj le, \ Ineyardlst.
John Wilson, blai ksmith.
John Goller, wagonmaker.
Jacob Bh icffer, gunsmith.
J FlciHhman, mi n hant.
Judge Henrj a. Bmlth, superior
JOl oh Hubor Jr., county clerk.
Edward Hubor, under sheriff.
Joseph Jordan, retired.
The Lflfl Anfireli ~s Star was first pub
llßhed by C :! Rand in 'i 52 and \- na
.11 r 1 by Alonzo and Sidney Waite, ;
■and by them succeeded I'. 1. Henry .
Hamilton, Gi 01 :■■■ w. Barter and 1
.Major \.-n Truman.
The Southern Californlan was pub
lished by coi, John i). Wheoler and ,
William Butts in 1854.
Th ' ■ .nisli newspa- -
per, in IBi 1 ■. 1 - publi hi 1 by Prank P.
The- Los Angeled 1 laily Ne s was
publl ihed by Judge a. .1. Kins and
i 'hurli -' I-'. Flea no in l^i-'.
Albert Kimp 1
UNION BIG SHIPPER
Past Season One of the Busiest
in Years—Payroll Reaches
$2000 a Week
The California Vegetable Union,
which handles the bulk of celery,
cauliflower, tomat -. etc., Bhlpped
from Southern California, and also the
celery from northern California, re
ports that it lias had very Strong comp
etition during November With ship
ments from Colorado, the Colorado
shippers having a much more favor
able freight and refrigeration rate .-mi I
the privilege of Icing their own cars.
The excessive; freight and refrigeration
rates now in effect from California
to eastern points are restricting the
growing of celery, the growers finding
other produi i i more remunerative.
The. California Vegetable Union ha*
Bhlpped tins season over HO straight
carloads of tomatoes, besides a good
many mixed ears in which there were
quite a (inanity of tomatoes. They
have shipped several hundred carloads
of celery, cauliflower and other mixed
vegetables, such as lettuce, turnips,
beets, carrots, radishes, etc. The past
tow v.e'ks large quantities of these
vegetables were packed especially for
The California Vegetable Union em
ploys a large force of emplpyea in it?
various packing houses, the weekly
payroll averaging over $2000.
The president of the company is W.
F. Cronemlller, who was formerly
manager for the W. F. story company
iind was witli the Karl Fruit company.
H" is also president of the Golden
We-a Celery and Produce company.
F. P. Fay is the vice president. He is
also pn ildenl of the citrus Union and
of the Fay Fruit company. Thomas
O'Neill, the general manager of the
California Vegetable Union, was for
merly treaaun r of the Earl Fruit com
pany and Hie citrus Union. H. 8,
Hazeltine, the secretary, was formerlj
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The Harvard Military School
The School That Heartens
ON the western limits of the city
has grown up a school In the last
decade which la animating, stim
ulating, encouraging—in other words,
which Is heartening -and which is des
tined to hearten numbers, Increasingly
great numbers of tho city's promising
youth, and yet, practically In our
midst as it is and keeping paco with
this wonderful, expansive siml virile,
eiiy of ours, comparatively few of our
Citizens know of its merits and vaIUQ.
They pass it by, oven those fathera
themselves with youtha of priceless
vain to educate, pass it by unexam
To partli ularize: li is a boys' school,
who wii.h their sons to attend
a mixed school or to depend on tutor
ing, with Its onesidedness, ne«d not
apply; but those who wish their sons
to receive the very necessary educa
tion thai: . on,cm from contact In the
field and in the classroom with sons
culled from our best citlsenship can
be amply accommodated.
The rumpus Is ten acres ill llse and
properly laid out Cor all kinds of ath
iotic sports—football, baseball, basket
ball, tennis, track, drill forming the
finest playground in Southern Califor
nia, and situated, as it Is, Just the
right distanci from the seashore
twelve miles the old Pacific gives it
constantly thai evenness In tempera
ture, thai tonii and tune v\hlch can i>"
found hi no other location In tho
world. The sports and games, super
vised by competent men, tit the i>"\ I
for sleep, for work. (»r physical
growth, and thus tend to contribute
wonderfully to clean thought and. the
elimination of pruriency,
Census Figures on Steady Growth
of Larger Cities in the Year 1910
Population and Rate of Increase—Gain In the Official Count in Los
Angeles Is 211.5 Per Cent Over the Census Enumeration in
1900— City's Population 1920 May Be 1-000-000
1010. 1900. Increase. Per Ct.
Greater New York 4,760,883 3,437,202 1,329,681 38.7
Manhattan borough . .2,331,542 1,950,093 381,449 26.0
Brooklyn borough ...1,634,351 1,166,582 467,769 40.1
Bronx borough 430,980 200,507 230,473 114.9
Queens borough 284.041 153,000 131,041 85.6
Richmond borough .. 85,969 67,021 18,948 28.3
Chicago, 111 2,185,283 1,698,575 486,708 28.7
Philadelphia, Pa 1,549,008 1.293,697 255,311 19.7
St. Louis, Mo 687,029 575,238 111,791 19.4
Boston, Mass 670,585 560,892 109,693 19.6
Cleveland, 0 560,663 381,768 178,895 46.9
Baltimore, Md 558,485 508,957 49,528 9.7
*Pittsburg, Pa 533,905 451,512 82,393 18.2
Detroit, Mich 465,766 285,704 180,062 63.0
Buffalo. N. V 423,715 352.387 71,328 20.2
Milwaukee, Wis 373,857 285,314 88,542 31.0
Cincinnati, 0 364,463 325.902 38,561 11.8
Newark, N. J 347,465 246,070 101,399 41.2
New Orleans, La 339,075 287,104 51,971 18.1
Washington, D C 331,068 278,718 53,350 19.1
Los Angeles, Cal 319,198 102,479 216,719 211.5
Jersey City. N. J 267,779 206,433 61,346 29.7
Kansas City .." 248,381 163,752 84,809 51.8
Indianapolis, Ind 233,650 169,164 64,486 38.1
Providence, R. 1 224,326 175,597 48.729 27.8
Louisville, Ky 223,928 204.731 19,197 9.4
Rochester, N. V 218,149 162,608 55,541 34.2
St. Paul, Minn 214,744 153,065 51,679 31.6
Denver, Colo 213,381 133,959 79,522 59.4
Columbus, 0 181,548 125,560 55,988 44.6
Toledo, 0 168,497 131,822 36,675 27.8
Atlanta, Ga 154,839 89,872 64,967 72.3
Worcester, Mass 145,986 118,421 27,565 23.3
Syracuse, N. V 137,249 108,374 28,875 26.6
New Haven, Conn 133,065 108,027 25,038 23.7
Birmingham. Ala 132,685 38,415 94,270 245.4
Scranton, Pa 129,867 102,026 28,841 27.3
Richmond, Va 127,628 85,050 42,378 50.1
Paterson, N. J 125,600 105,071 20,529 19.4
Omaha, Neb 124.096 102,555 21,541 21.0
Fall River, Mass 119,295 104,863 14,432 13.8
Dayton O 116,577 85,332 31,244 36.6
Grand Rapids, Mich.... 112,571 87,565 31,006 28.6
Nashville, Term 110,364 80,865 2*,4*9 36.0
Cambridge, Mass 104,839 91,886 12,953 14.1
Bridgeport, Conn 102,054 70,996 32,058 43.7
Albany. N. V 100,255 94.151 6,104 6.8
with Pittsburg and Allegheny in 1900.
secretary 1 or the Golden Weiil Celery I
and Produce i nmpnny. Mr. i 'ronemll
ler, Mr. O'Neill and Mr. Hazeltlne are
the proprietors of the Ooldi n W'i I
Celery and Produce company farms,,
which are located In Orange county,
California, and they are widi ly known :
as the largest Individual powers or
celery In the world.
NEW LOAN AND REALTY
FIRM IS ORGANIZED
Pr, A. Q. Bchloesser has been Identi
fied with tho bUHlrass Interests nf Los]
Angek'H and Hollywood since 1899, and
i'.>r man) yearn practiced his profoa-
Blon in this city. JBefore locating In
I.us Angeles tho doctor had a largo I
THE HARVARD SCHOOL BATIALION
i Tiie gymnasiums and the drill round
out, and complete the physical training,
The drill and the rifle shooting are
under the supervision of i.i m. Mc-
Clure of the rnited Btutoa army, Wi :
Point 'lit;, who is detailed by the United
ytatea government, which furnishes
tho rifles (Krags) and accompanying
The teacher* are men, Bklllod i ■.
men, and strictly temperance men,
even iii the way oi tobuci o; lull of
enthusiasm and sympathy, and grad
uates of the universities of Harvard,
Princeton, Michigan, Chicago and i l
The buildings- -machine shop, gym
nasium, dormitory and school, especi
ally designed for their purpose are
modern, artistic, properly lighted
heated and afford the boy •
able and in •-,, ry way a Bultabli
an agreeable edut atlonal home.
Tlie classrooms are roomy, properly
seated I'm- the light, and Instead of
forty -or fifty, from six to the maxi
mum fifteen are admitted for instruc
The blackboards are of tin best
four i.-er wide, fitted with ground
edges and in!-' 1 i in tho world.
Tin' in.: ib, globi j. charts, etc., are
varied and of th. best patterns.
Tin toili ts .ire light, airy, of marble,
Banitarlly constructed—the equal of
the Alexandria hotel.
The laboratories are compact, pro
vided with elegant lecture hall and
fully equipped, as are the business
rooms, the dia- Ing rooms and library.
The proscenium arch of the assembly
hull, with a seating capacltj o
i:; graced with tho following motto:
"Tv thine own self he true, and it must
follow, as the night tho day, tliou canst
practice In the pity of Chicago, with
offices in the Sohioesser building, the
tallest office structure erected In Chi
cago i ftor the flrc. The father of tho
doctor built tho block. The elder
Bi hlocsßor wns for many years a bank
er and leading real estate operator In
i 'hi< ago.
Dr. Schloosser recently formed •■<■
partnership with John Marley, formerly
n large operator in British Columbia
and the northern country in stock rais
in* and other enterprises. Jlr. Marley
and the doctor are now together In th«
loan and real estati business, with of
fices in ihe ■ !entral building.
l >r. Hchloesacr occupies ;i fine home
i Hollywood which is known aa Glen
garj Castle, n la the purpose of Mr.
Marley to prcci a costly home fof him
self and family .it Hollywood.
not be false to any man." This is tho
keynote of the conduct, the spirit, the
atmosphere of the school.
A •mall school does not Rivo ami
cannot give the proper education
which a boy should receive from as
sociation with a goodly number of. his
In an overgrown school a boy is not
Intentionally neglected, but is neces
sarily lost In the crowd. All this is
remedied In a school planned for two
or three hundred—tho Harvard, school,
isn't your .son worthy 01 the oppor
tunities that such a school affords?
Stint everywhere else, but do not fail
to search out and rind the best th«i
city affords educationally, and give
your »un that best.
Of course tuition Isn't free, as in th«
public schools, but tin's.' schools are
crowded, and although our last grow
ing city is doing all it can, sometimes
—In the case of street improvements,
oven—the citizen cannot afford to wait,
and never In the case of a live, grow
ing boy. Here, If nowhere else, ona
should supplement the city's efforts.
In the case of critical Illness the
ordinary conveyance won't do —a spe
cial train must be chartered. The
school day period of a boy's life is a
critical period and it is hazardous to
Don't fail to charter the special train
at this time, If necessary. The Har
vard .school is a thorough, up-to-dato,
educational Pullman train, at your
service. All aboard!
For illustrated catalogues containing
full particular:! of tills famous military
school, for both boarding and da/
pupils, address the secretary of th«
Harvard school, Western avenue. Lo«