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TIIE ARIZONA BJSPUBLIC'AH: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1003.
T11E ARIZ011 BETDBUCIX. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. CEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press in Arizona. The only battery of Llnotyres In Ari zona. Publication office: ?fi-3S East Adams street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofnce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mail, daily, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. ....tf.00 .... 2.00 BY CARRIER. Daily, per month .75 cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast will find The Dailv Republican on sale at the fol lowing places in Los Angeles: Hollen beck hotel news stand, and B. if. uara ner. 305 South Sprine street. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. MAY 10, 1S03. Pulling at Cross Purposes. "Ex-Delegate Flynn, of Oklahoma, as successful a hustler as ever came tr, Washington from any territory, has been annoyed by an alleged interview that he is now working for single state hood with Indian territory. He denies is as a canard. 'All hands are planning to renew the statehood fight at the next session oi congress, and Mr. Flynn promises to support whatever bill is introduced by his successor, Delegate McGuire. The native American element in New Mex ico is said to be very generally in fav.n of single statehood, with Arizona." Washington Post. While it is true that "all hands .ire planning to renew the statehood fish' at the next session of congress," it is also true, unfortunately, that the threa territories are now pulling at cross pur poses, instead of together as in the last congress. Moreover, divided counsel has wrought confusion in Oklahoma and New Mexico. In Oklahoma the situation has been greatly compli cated since the adjournment of con gress by the growing popularity of th3 plan for the admission of Oklahoma and Indian territory as one state. The democrats of Oklahoma are practical. v unanimous for admission with Indian territory, and the republicans appear to be about equally divided for and against the proposition. The democrats are anxious to have Indian territory included in the new state, because thai, they figure, will make the state assur edly democratic. Many republicans are disposed to accept statehood with In dian territory rather than wait longer for admission. In New Mexico, most of the demo crats and republicans alike are quietly advocating the admission of New Mexico and Arizona as one state. The "native" element is, of course, anxious for this arrangement, because of the fear that without the help of Ari zona's Americans the Mexican ele ment in New Mexico would domin ate. All of the New Mexicans are anx ious Tor statehood, and if they can ob tain It by having the two territories consolidated, a majority of them are quite ready to accept such a compro mise regardless of the wishes of Ari zona In the premises. ' Arizona stands where she has always stood she demands statehood for her self, and will gladly co-operate with her sister territories, as heretofore, but she is uncompromisingly opposed to go ing Into the union as a part of New Mexico. Suggestions to Gen. Miles. Tha readiness with which General Miles has accepted and repeated stories to the discredit of the army in the Philippines is a readiness which doe no particular honor to the general com manding the army of the United States. Doubtless, if the general could get rid of that strange delusion that he is a presidential possibility we should hear much less from him concerning "atro cities" in the Philippines. Speaking a: Springfield a few days ago, Prof. E. A. Grosvenor of Amherst threw cut some suggestions which General Miles veiy profitable might consider. For in stance: "In six desperate campaigns between 1S74 and 18S5 Gen. Miles achieved un varying success and gained distinction. Doubtless his present rank is largely due to that achievement. Those cam paigns were remarkable for the fero cious activity of the troops and of their commander. Gen. Miles. It was re ported commonly that the preceding massacres by the savages had wrought them to frenzy. I do not know that either the commander or his troops committed any act which the extreme necessity of the case did not demand. But had Gen. Sherman or Gen. Sheri dan, who during those years were suc cessively at the head of our armies, gone over the scene of conflict after the battles were fought and won: had they gathered charges made and tales told by envenomed Comanche and Sioux and Apache against our Ameri can soldiers and their commander, Gen. Miles wherein for brutality and merci lessness would those charges and tales have fallen short of the story the pres ent commanding general rehearses of deeds done in the Philippines ? Only 1 do not think Sherman or Sheridan would have been so ready to credit tales to American disparagement and have been so unreluctant to repeat tl-eni. Because of his own antecedent history Gen. Miles, of all the high officers in the army, should be the last to listen to tales of slander and to repeat tales of slander against his brother officers." The New Array Rifle. From time to time during1 the past few months favorable reports have been made concerning experiments with the new ride recently invented by officers of the United States army, and now the army board makes the impor tant statement that the tests hav been completed and that the rifle will be adopted as the official arm. Th Krag rifle will be retired, and the new gun will take its plafce as rapidly as the factories can turn out the weapon. The barrel of the new rifle is pnly 24 inches long, and takes a .30 caliber ball. According to the ordnance offi cers, the new ride is far superior to the Krcg in every way. although fo'ur inches shorter. The gun is simpler, and therefore better adapted to the rough usage an army rifle must en counter. The tests have been the most severe that could be devised. All the rough handling that could be given did not render the gun unfit for service. The initial velocity of the ball is greater than from any other rifle in the world, and the flat trajectory is corre spondingly Increased. The remarkable power of penetration is indicated by the official report that the gun will fire a ball through 24 inches of pine planks. One of the new features as described in the dispatches is the complete en casement of the barrel in wood, thus paving the hands of the marksman from burning during rapid firing. The new arm is, one pound lighter than the Krag. It is not patented, and it will undoubtedly speedily take the place of all other rifles for war or hunting purposes. Experienced hunt ers have pronounced the Krag superior to the Winchester, the Savage, or any other rifle far all kinds of game, big and littlej although the average hur.tsr has had little opportunity to make comparisons on account o the diffi culty in procuring Krag rifles from dealers. It follows, therefore, that if the gun which has just been adopted is better than the Krag, it is bound to be the hunting gun of the world. The Output of Gold for Ten Years. The gold produced in all the countries of the world In the ten years ending with 1901 would pay twice over the cost of the South African war, and if massed together would weigh 4505 tons. According to a paper issued from th3 government statistician's office, Perth, Western Australia, the amount of the world's gold production for this ten- year period was 108,124,128 ounces, val I ued at the stupendous sum of $2,296, 410,510. In 1901 a total of 12,948,243 ounces was produced, iwth a value of $273.003.20r., an increase over the previous year of 422,863 ounces in weight and $S,981,08"i ' in value. The greatest amount of gold produced in any one of the ten years was in 1809, when the output was 13, -020,437 ounces, valued at $319,013,803. The United States still leads the world as a gold producer; but it is closely followed by Australia, and in the near future the Transvaal should equal. If not exceed it. Whatever Assistant Attorney Gen eral Tyner has or has net done, it waa certainly injudicious on the part of the government to keep a seventy-seven-year-old paralytic in a responsible of fice. I Little James Z (An Accounting for the Events of Last Tuesday.) ' Th' Democrats, spechally th' more Yuthfle of 'cm, are jist a-beginnin' t'j come in out of th' Tiresh, lookin' scair: an' makin' Sines to each other. When two or three of 'em gits together they asts if th' Clamity is all ever yit an' what in th' World got it started an' any how they wants to know if thes things is lible to happen off'n. An old Jeffersonyun Democrat, he sez 'at Dis asters like that is always on tap an' 'at its what makes Pollytix interestin". He :-ez 'at Continued Suxxess is most as monotonous as perpetule Defeat an' its Reely more weakenin' to th' Party. He sez 'at th' Democrat party at larg-? throughout th' Nashun has been in trainin' fer Catastrofies fer most a half a Cenchry an' 'at they got hardened. He sez to th' members of th' Younj Peeple's Democrat Society, sez ho: "But you fellers ain't got ust to tries.. here reverses yit. A man can git so 'at he'll like most anything. I've heerd 'at it's possible to aquire a taste for Caster Oil. Caster Oil is a good thini; any how an' It can't hardly be got along without in' th' handlin' of Childern. You'll find 'at Defeet is th same to th' Pollyticle Infunt as Caster Oil is to th' Itegler Infunt 'at's a-sufferin' f'um In testinle Disorders. An' I understand 'at that was what was th' Matter with th' Young Peeple's Democrat Society. "You all been lookin' at Roseit Skize so long 'at now th' Hevins Seems cold an" Cheerless. You been walkin' on Velvet an' now you complane 'at walk in' on Rox makes your feet Sore. You've Heerd 'at Who th' Lord loveth he Chaseth. That's what's been a-hap-penin" to you." "That's so, mebbe," sez a member of th' Young Men's Democrat Society, "but it don't seem as if it was neces sary fer him to Chase us so fur. We're all out of Wind." They's a inclination to put th blame fer th' Reck on Jimmie Shott. They sex. he run 'em in on a open switch an' give th' Republican ticket in the First Ward th' Rite of Way. The Democrats they sez not only got Beat but their Orgy nizashun was all broke up. They sez at th' coarse of Mister Shott was all th' .worse fer th' Reeson 'at th' Republican? already had a Majority in th' Ward. If they was anybody 'at reely needed Ade it was th' Democrats. They sez 'at as soon as they couldn't put in th' votes 'at had been brought into th' Ward et Grate trouble an' Expense, an' they was forced up agin th" Nacherl Republican majority, they didn't Stan' no more Chanst 'an a wooden laiged man in a foot race. LITTLE JAMES, o In no place in trie world are the cli matic conditions so favorable b) pho tographic portraiture as Southern Cali fornia, rartles visiting Los Angeles should not fail to order portraits from the celebrated Schumacher studio, I'jT North Spring street. Highest modal awards, including Paris Exposition. JJ2S3S Uidsst iiemai Agency Southern California. Our lists include all furnished and unfurnished houses in the city, and P.rach Cottages at all the re-sorts. A Seaside Home We recommend lledor.do :is the ideal place for recreation either for short or long vaca tion. We are sole agents of the n e d o n d o Improvement Co. Ocean front lots, right on the beach, $600 : up. Villa sites on the bluff, $300 up. ltapid tran sit via the electric lines from the heart of the city. Magnifi cent fishing, good bathing, boat ing, golf, tennis, etc. Write for information, maps, etc. Edw. D. Silent & Go, Est. 1SS5. 216-21S W. Second St.. Is i Los Angeles Cal. ANGELS' FLIGHT. The Third St. Electric Inclin? Railway, with its rest pavilion, park. elect ri ; fountain. ob servation towev, camera obscur.;, and searchlight, is the mos: unique, interest -ins and acces sible pleasure re sort in the world. In the heart of Ios Angeles Third and HiU Sts. No tourist y ? i lis - should fail to visit the place .Fare 3e. ' t .1 1 t $ THE BENNETT im U loilet... Parlors Fifth and Spring Sts. Los Angeles, Cal. Hair Goods, Hnir bres'lnc, S'.iampnoiiii; mid Manicuring. Superior Attendance and Accom modations. HOTEL COLUMBIA, 012 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Very central. light airy rooms. ",o tents to Jl per day. Special rates by the week or month. Community kitchen and roof garden. HOTEL ANTLERS Io A'iKclcs. al. (Uooms only) : strictly lirst-class; new bjildins and furnitt,i-e: all outside i-unny rooms; Finale or cn suite-. Kates M per week end up. 421-423 W. FOURTH ST. Phone 2COS. uHotel Savoy! MRS. A. E. B4RTRAM, Mgr. 405'2 S.-Jth Broadway, Los Angelas, Cal. Opposite Chamber of Commerce. In addition to our regular line of Pianos, which consists of Kranich & Each, Mason & Hamlin, Emerson, Starr, Ster ling, Richmond, Huntington and the WORLD FAMOUS STEIN WAY Wc have u number of "used" pianos, taken In exclringe, ;,u in good order, which wo arc offer ing at very much less than ac tual values. GE0.J.BIRKELC0. 345-347 S. Spring Street Los Angeles, Col. PIANOS lj outhern Lafafornia AdvertssenierBts LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CAMfCRMA. Farmers & Merchants National Bank Of los Angc'es, Cat, Cor. Mein and Commercial Sts. Capital . - - 51,000,000.00 U: S. Government Available Assets . :-.ch 3th. I'-HU i, iid other lirst -c'aes DIRECT! i:S lsiiias W. Hellmnn, W. If. Perry, Herman W. Hellr.i.i n. Wm. I.aeev. i. N. Van Nuys, II. E. T I ti nt in; t nr.. J. Hariich, J. F. Knincis, ). W. "liilils, J. A. Craves, I. Y. llcilmtm 'Jr., C. E. Thorn, C. A. Durominun, N. W. Stowell. Secial safe Deposit Depatiment and Storage Vaults. BANKING BY MAIL WitH the Security Savir&gs BaraK, Los Anjclcn, Cat. Largest Savings Bank in Southern California. Total Resources, $5,000,000.00 4 Per Cent Interest &R3?iy. Many of our savings depositors living in the southwest, who do not find it convenient to call, at th bank, transact with us their BANKING BY MAIL- All that is necessary i opening an interest ;u count by mail is !o eer.d yum' f'.rt deposit by ' posto.'IU e ci der, express ci der, draft or check 011 your lecal bank. We then send you by return mail, a pass book, in which yourMeposit is entered and a signature card which you must sign and return to us. In making subsequent deposits or with drawals, th? pass bonk should always be enclosed and on receipt of same the deposit will be entered and puss-boik returned; o- with drawal will be entered and' draft or cash a.? requested foiwa.'ded by mail. DIRECTORS J. F. S.iitori. Pres.; H. W. Ilellman, Wm. fJ. Kerekhoff. Wm. H. Alien, Jr.. M. S. Ilellman, Vice-Pres.; J. A. Graves, Henderson Hayward. W. L. Craves, V. IX Lor.gyear, trashier, M. L. Filming, J. 11. Santland. The Palace Cafe Opposite the Nadcau Hob.!. ARIZONIANS' HEADQUARTEP.S Cc.ncert.-i every day from 12 to l.I'n.from i to 7;J), and from s to 12 n.ghtly. Ee::t kitchon in t.nnection. Iir.i:orteu ar.d d ni-.estic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER 61 FIEBER. Proprietors. ...THIS WEEK... STRAWBERRIES AR.E AT THEIR. BEST Fmif y BrAniiy Wii,i Variety, ' tox. I.Jy Thnmi-s.n. box. Seed jour fruit Bt:d vegeti'.biy T'iers to i, V.'e chii ilea-e you. RAVERS BROS. frv?,-??.x 4195j 300 302, 304, 306 and 311 Temple street, Los Angeles, Cal.' I, Axthl ' I Cap street. ' ; f B Dealers in Parlor, Dirinj: Room, Library, Bedroom, IlitcHer and Ofiice furniture; Aj?i nts fer Mniry's ! -ti.inal b::oki-ases: the bi-st bookcas-e mad '. We also t::iry ail kinds of carpets, ru:js ar.d diauiiis. Agents for linds's liber (aipets and liu:-- a very pc.imlar i'oor coverinf;. Wj ir.vite the jicople f Arl::i.n:i to vi.-it ur stove w'-.-ti ir cur ity. W'e h;.ve again addled six thousand 'eel to cur 11 'or siiu'-e, makin;,' a total of over seventy thousand S'!ii;:ii- fc t of Ilooi? spaee. which Is fully c' c upie l by best oi" v rythin in all lines of gi.ioda we handle. CV.ir.e and see u:t. Print? your fi lends. Mail orders promptly 1 attended to. This strictly Private Hospital, und;?r V.vi nianat ment of Ur. J. T. St?w ait, located at the earner of i2nd St. and I'nion Aye, Los Ansel ;s. i:; in every sense modern; provided with every facility f r aseptic t urgf ry. The most jiroiiiiin nt suiRtons and physiida r.a in l.'.s Armeies constitute its con sult ints. The superintendent of naivcs is a i 'dy of exceptional ability and Ktcat liosidtul i xiieriunee. The matron ha:! constant suvti vision o: the kitchen and dining roem. The h-sspital i- in every way eoual to and in many ways superior to general hospitals. Located in th; nii-U'l i.f the two sjsl.ms of street cars, yet immune from objectionable ridc. GERMAN-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK UO ANGBUEB, CAL', CAPMAL $200,003 CO ASSETS S3.70O.OOO 00 SLRFLI S $200,000.0(1 The Largest Savintrs Institution in Capital and Surplus on the I'aciiic Coast out side of S;wi Francisco. Pi vs I per cent on deposits. O'-'KCKKS AND i I RECTORS .M . N. Avery. President : iail li. Johnson, Vice President; C. N. Flint. Second, Vice-President: I . F. Schumacher. Cashier; O. W. Lichtenherger. Asst. Cashier; L. W. Iilinn, A. C. IJilickc, li. W. btoll, Victor I'otitt, Dr. Jos. Ivurtz. 500,000.00 Bonds 2,000,000.00 $8,943,656.99 and Restaurant;! : r-r ! ' ' A - N1 Hi .1 Cor. Moid nd First Sts. Cal. I LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. The purpose- of this column la to supply the Arizona public; with the r.am and addresses of thoroughly reliable Los Angeles establishments. The list will be found particularly valuable to those visiting the Coast. In dealing with Re publican advertisers be sure to tell them wl ere you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and ,so will The Republican. REGAL SHOES by Mail. J't-.- PER PA1P.. CARRIAGE CHARGES PRFPAID. Ui different liftings, 1.71 styles. Self-measm e:n?"nt blanks and bpring catalogue I'rce upon request. Los Angeles Store. T.rl V, Third St. A. S. VAN IEO RIFT. Manager. AGRICULTURAL IMPLKMENTS. A KNOTT & COMPANY, Los Angeles, Cal. Vehicles, Farm Machinery. Mail oniers solicited. Write for catalogue. BUILDIN3 AND LOAII ASS'.VS. State Mutual Building .and Loan Asso ciation. HI South Prondway. CARPETS AND EUOS. T. LJI.LINCTON CO.. II12-"! I S.. Broad way. Curtains, draperies, China, and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover ings. EMfLOYMKNT AiKNT8 Hummel Pros. & Co., 1'6-llS E. St. Carefully selected help. Second MRS. is. S. IIAWLHY. 2."1 S. Rroadway. Special attention to Arizona orders. FORTIN & HAWKINS The Los Angeles Employment Hustlers. Large gangs a specialty. Both phones i Main 41!. bM-10G N. Los Angeles st. MACHINERY, JB.NG!:NES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. -2H N. Main St.. manufact'rs crjde oil enirines and Timps. Complete irripratinij plants. VULCAN IKON WORKS. 917-919 N. Main si., manlrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. BROWNSBERGER Home School o!: Dookkcc):rg & Graham Shorthand O53-055-Q57 West Seventh St., Los Angelea, Cal. Pleasant study In the midst of the most beautiful home-like sur roundings. Day ar.d evening sessions. Shorthand made easy by famous "Chalk Talks" by the Principal. Machine at home free of charge. Spanish at low rates. Kvery department under specialists. Every graduate in a position.. Ten teachers. Largest capacity in the city. The F.ookkeeping is the famous Budget System. ? Send for illustrated Catalogue. FLORIDA :-:-! MAY The Most Beautiful Month of the Year. HOTEL CAS A LOMA, Redlantls, Calilornid. The Best Accommodations. The Dryest Climate. The Purest Air. The Grandest Scenery. In Southern California. MO CONSUMPTIVES TAKEN. When U R at CAT A LINA McLEAN VILLAS. Con!, letlui. Firstly d;iy, v.eck, j Li I month or year. Ground for rent. I B I Prop.. .1. D. McLean, t'ai jn u'n r, Aa-! S I Ion. Cal. I JAPANESE NURSERYMEN and noRisrs. Wiio-e-nl" and Ke(il. ArizoiiH orders cH-etiilly idled JAPANESE NURSERY CO., .1 . kolt vl A, flip. 1 M W. Jtfferson St., I.os Angeles, Cnl. 61 ! ?:irt.trfnA-v jwm Low Angeles, Cal. Are the largest Manufacturers of Ready Roofing and Building Papers On the Coast. Our brands are well known : Ready Rock, Mdrble-Face, Granite, Rubber Sanded, Rubber flaxlne. Sendl fox Samples and Prices. SANTA CATALIHA ISLAND i O's hours from ! SKAFO.'C. Tlie same Great Band 1 at.:nsenient feature: I'XI'A KALLELED FISHING. iiUrf.ctic.ns. THE PA MOPS CANVAS CITV. The most perfect inst it ution of its kin 1 in thQ world. Hundreds of model striped tents, high walls, awninss and fine floors. Tents, lloors and housekeeping equipment entirely new this season at a cost of $IM,w"0. Beautiful shade trees: macadamized streets; pure mountain water. A modern garbage crematory. Perfect sanitary drainage system. THE ISLAND VILLA. 100 cottages without beard. THE HOTEL METROPOLE. Modern in all particulars. All electric lighted and under our exclusive management. Daily steamer service from San Pedro whanip. Descriptive circulars from ban ning Co.. I?".1".: S. Spring St.. Los Angeles, C'll., cr J. IS. Banning, general superin tendent Santa Cataliua Island Co., Avalnn. Cal. Kodaks :ii in t, uci 3 trvcn HOWLAND & CO. When in &hQ Los Angeles Visit. Tho largest and best establishment of its kind on the Pacific coast. Seat ing capacity 1,2."0. The best orchestra. The cuisine best on earth. Popular prices. Music all day. which helps to d igest your meals. 243 S. Spring St. 212 S. 'Broadway, Los Anstks. F. J. COTTA JaiT:3S J0I13S Go. BfBSS WdkS Telephone Main WS. I.os Angeles. Cal. ELECTRIC RAILROAD RRASS SEP I LI ES. Itrass steam fittings, brass valve;, irrigation valvs. office and bank railings, plumbers' specialties. Proinot attention given to all special brass work, f rasa and bronze oast:mrs. PIT VERS Ut' SCRAP RRASS and COPPER. PATENTS PATEJ.'TS. Copyrights. t ride-marks. Labels, I. S. and Eoreisn. IntrinKemer.t s nts prosecuted and defended. Tovnsiid t ros., Pradbury bik., Los Anceles. Cal. PATENTS Hazard & Handiam. Io3 -Angeles. Send lor free book' on patents. POULTRY SUPPLIES HENRY AT.T3ERS. 313 S. Main St. I. ars?st pou.'try supply bouse in U. S. Send for free- catalogue. SANATOBIUMS PRIVATE HOME for ladies durinpr con finement. Rest of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Lr. C. E. Smith, 7.7 LVile vue Ave. BAI.LABD PCT.MOXAI'.Y PAN AToRlt'M, PianfM. ''al . Dr. W. H. Ballard. Mmiical Lireelor. Write for Booklet. OPTICAL GOODS ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods ar.'l Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 12$ S. Spring St. Pun?et i Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. BROWNSBERGER, Principal. ; Money to Loan at Low Rates !' r building or on improved city prop erly or in good outside towns. JIST WlUT tOU WM Xc-w plan of payment. Interest de erf asts if you pay. Our loans are mad.? ami are. paid off same as with a bank, only ;. on pay monthly. You do not ma ture stock to pay of a loan as in other building ami loan associations. A lor rov er ctn pay off a loan any time with out notice, penalty or forfeiture. If you watt a lean rail on or write our agents, K. 10. I'.ASCOK. Phoer.ix. J. - KHVI0ST WALKER Phoenix, or MAKTIXDALE & HOHXE & CO.. rregcott. or A OKT1LA or WILLIS P. HAYXIiS. Tui son. Stale Mulysl Building & Lean Association C. J. WM::. See.. Ill S. Broadway. Los Angeles, Cal. sycamore: grove NURSERIES Office, 440 S. Broadw, Los. Angeles, Cal. ; Largest stock of trees in the Wvst. Eucalyptus, Acacias. Peppers. Cypres. I etc.. Palms, shrubs and fruit trees of ! every description. Catalogues free. Spocial attention- s'veu to Arisor.a ! orders. jilrlllji Thn pinraRnii PflPFRnn. Los Ansxles Cal. T!ie Aogicented. old and many new Wonderful, delightful and exclusive natural and Photo Supplies V. nuke a specialty of Developing, Printinq and frtlarginj . ti . ... . t .j a riomiiL A.icinioii - ocuu i or idiwuuuc 213 SOITH BROADWAY 10S ANGLLLS, CAL. IMPERIAL,