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TILE AUIZOHA .REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, HAY- 20, 1003.
TOE ARIZOM REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED 'BY TUB ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press jjispatcnea. The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arl cona. Publication office: 96-S8 East Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. Arlsona, as mall rr.atter of the second cians. SUBSCRIPT tOM HATES. By mall, dally, one year $9.00 Weekly, one year 2.00 casn in advance. BT CARR1 ER. Dally, per month , .75 cts. Arlxona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowinr Dlaces in Los Angeles: Hollen beck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. 306 South Spring street. uNi6NioTABrL PHOENIX. ARIZONA. MAY 26. 1903. A Foolish Course at Florence. If the Florence Blade and some of the leading citizens of Florence wished to do their community the greatest possible Injury they could not adopt a mere certain method than the line they are pursuing. Of 'ourae, the Blade and the citizens referred to wish no harm to come to their people. They really believe that they are working for the best Interests of their locality. But without gaining anything at all, and without a sensible hope of gaining any thing, they are building up abroad a prejudice against their interests which may prove extremely hurtful hereafter. After fully considering both the Tonto Basin and San Carlos reservoir projects, the government has decided to begin work on the Tonto flrt. Every move by the government officials in the premises has been made openly, and deliberately, and lor reasons publicly stated. There has been nothing to con ceal. Every well-informed person knows that the selection of the Tonto Basin site does not preclude the be ginning of work at the San Carlos site also, within a year or two. The sec retary of the interior is on record as desiring the construction of the San Carlos reservoir at the earliest prac ticable moment, and from a disinter ested standpoint anybody would say that the people of Florence and the country to be served by the San Carlos reservoir are very fortanate indeed, in having such good prospects for the future. But because of the action of the sec retary and the geological survey in fa vor of the Tcnto site for Initial work, some of the Florence people are child ishly furious against all the officials mentioned as well as against Phoenix and the Salt River valley, and especial ly are they furious against the Hon. George H. Maxwell, the Hon. B. A. Fowler, and such other citizens of the valley as have taken a leading part irt showing the wisdom of including the great Salt River project among the first to be undertaken. So far as we have noted, the only grievance put for ward by these exponents of Florence sentiment . is the allegation that the "San Carlos enterprise was agitated first." Truly, childish is the only word which fits the case. Affirmatively, the Blade and Its co kickers can do nothing to further the building of the' San Carlos dam. But by persistent abuse and accusation of honorable officials who have to decide where government reservoirs must be constructed, and by abuue of such hon orable and Influential clriztns as Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Fowler, the Florence contingent may very easily succeed in creating such a prejudice against their community as to make the San Carlos scheme a most unwelcome topic at Washington. It should be remembered that the secretary of the Interior, hav ing to decide where . these reservoir funds are to be invested, is precisely In the attitude of a banlcer who li re quired to Invest safely the money in trusted to his care. If a man is noted for childish and silly performances, he Is not a preferred customer at the bank, even though the banker hiay overlook violent abuse of himself. Fortunately for Florence, most of the wild talk lately Indulged In will never be heard of In Washington. But such echoes as do reach the capital will be Inevitably prejudicial to the aspirations of that community. We make these suggestions In the ut N most friendship for the Florence peo ple. They would admit, we suppose, that for years The Republican has been a stalwart friend of the San Carlos scheme. If the Blade and its followers continue in their foolish course they will deserve to be considered as silly as those of our own citizens who op pose the government's plan for storage on the Salt river. New flexlco's Vain Hope. Secretary Hitchcock returned to Washington a few days ago, after a trip of several days through Oklahoma and the Indian territory. He an nounced his determination to recom mend in his annual report the Imme diate admission of Oklahoma into the union. "There is no longer the slight est doubt In my mind." he said, "that Oklahoma has all of the qualifications necessary to become a st&te. My visit to the territory convinced me of that." The secretary also stated his opposition to the admission of Oklahoma and the Indian territory as one :state. As to thaf, however," he takes a po'sltlori con 5 Gold Bonds with interest payable semi annually in gold coin, can be purchased on the instalment plan, under a contract devised and introduced by The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. McCurdy, President, In case of your death during period of payments, the bonds become at once the property of your beneficiary. If you with to know terras on which these bonds are offered address, stating your age and the amount of income you would like to begin drawing twenty years hence, SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. trary to the understood attitude of the republican steering committee of the senate, and there seems to be no doubt that the president himself favors the admission of the twt, territories as one state. And on a question of such Im portance, the steering committee and the president are likely to control. About the same time that Mr. Hitch cock's interview was given out, the Washington correspondents quoted Delegate Rodey of New Mexico as fay ing that the statehood fight on behalf of Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma would be renewed at the beginning of the next session. Mr. Rodey. added that very possibly the outcome would be the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one state. There is no reason to doubt that Delegate R.ouey and most of thi people In New Mexico would welcome the proposed union of that territory v.'ith Arizona. Indeed, notwithstanding Secretary Hitchcock's advocacy of statehood for Oklahoma apart from the Indian terri tory, there fs amrle ground for be- llvir.g that the programme of the sen ate leaders covers the creation of two states made up of the four territories the admission of. Oklahoma-Indian ter ritory certainly, and the admission of New Mexico-Arizona provided there is not too much protest against 'the ar rangement. But for the benefit of Delegate Rodey and all other friends in New Mexico, we take occasion here to say that a friendly understanding between Ari zona and New Mexico will be promoted by the abandonment forthwith of all thought of consolidating the two terri tories. Arlzonlans earnestly desire statehood, but they are not daft on the subject, and they are prepared to endure territorial conditions Indefinite ly rather than accept union with New Mexico. In nhott. the people of Ari zona will right resolutely ana to me end. any project that looks to the ad mission of these two territories as one state unless the enabling act provides unqualifiedly for separation and the creation of the stat? of Arizona with in a very short and clearly stated period. And even then joint admission would not be generally approved. We trust that this candid statement of Arizona feeling will be accepted in New Mexico In the pplrlt In which it Is made. Our objections to admission as a part of our sister territory imply no opinions discreditable to New Mexico. The geographical objections alone need to be considered. We have no fear that President Roosevelt will approve a statehood bill which contains provisions so objection able to Arizona. The fairness of the president and the objections of Ari zona constitute two insuperable ob stacles to the consolidation of the awo territories, and it is to be hoped that the obvious facts will not be overlooked by the leaders of thought In New Mexico. And New Mexico will wait In vain for any different expression from Ari zona, r As we understand it. Senator Hamia favors the nomination of Mr. Roose velt, but sees no occasion to make a fuss about it. Even President Roosevelt will have acquired an enlarged idea of the United States by the time he returns to Wash ington. Opposition to the reservoir is rapidly petering out. The strength of the op position began to peter rapidly as soon as the ranchers tumbled that technical arguments against the plan of organ isation really meant opposition to the reservoir. The important decision rendered by Judge Kent in the Van Fossen case yesterday should teach al 1 doubting ranchers that all their rights to water will be fully protected by the courts. The next point to remember is that :io rights now owned are surrendered when a rancher subscribes to the gov ernment's plan for water storage. Mis chief makers have been summoning fiom the depths a lot of goblins that fade Into air as soon as the l'ght of common sense Is turned upon them. Ayers SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA The American National Bank OF LOS ANGELES. CAL. A Cor. Broadway and Second Sts. raid up capital $1,000,000 OFFICERS: W. F. Botsford President W. J. Washburn.. Vice President T. E. Newlin Vice President J. G. Mossin Vice President W. J. Doran Vice President T. W. Phelps Cashier t. M. Wood.. .Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: W. F. Botsford. 11. E. Hunt ington. M. J. Connell, J. A. Muir, Epes Randolph. W. J. Washburn, Homer Iaughiin, Waltr S. Newhall, T. E. New lin, Dr. Jno. R. Haynep, 11. C. Witmer. The most centrally located safe deposit and rtorage vaults In the city. ' ri A WU J Los Angeles Firm Has Arizona Representative. The well-known house of Geo. J. Blrkel Co.. Los Angeles, Cal., is represented in the territory by MR. PAUL MORGAN who is an expert piano tuner. Mr. Morgan's services as a tuner are at the disiosal of Arizona people. He will also sell or ex change any of the HIGH-GRADE PIANOS Stelnway. Kranich & Bach, Mason & Hamlin, Emerson, Sterling. Huntington and Rich mond, for which the Kirkel Co. are agents. Letters addressed to Mr. Mor gan, general delivery. Phoenix, Aria.,' will reach him. GEO.J.BIRKELCO. 145-347 S. Spring SUcet Los Angeles, Cal. SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES Office, 440 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, - Cal. Largest stock of trees in the West. Eucalyptus, Acacias, Peppers, Cypress, etc.. Palms, shrubs and fruit trees of every description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona orders. Hotel Colorado LOS ANGKLES, CAL. An elegantly furnished family hotel. (Rooms only). Best. leds In town. Rooms single or en suite. Everything r.ew. Rates 12.50 per week and up. One block from Central park. C21Y S. Broadway. Levy's Dining Parlors Thoroughly modern, centrally locat ed, excellently equirped, skillfully man aged, popularly priced. LEVY'S 111 W. Third St. 2G3 S,. Main. Los Angeles. Cal. When U R at CAT A LIN A Seethe McLEAN VILLAS. Cool, month lestful, slgntly, day, week, or year. Ground for rent. Prop., J. D. McLean, Carpenter, Ava. Ion. Cul HOTEL COLUMBIA, 612 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Very central, light airy rooms. &0 cents to $1 per day. Spe,-lal rates by the week or month. Community kitchen and roof garden. HE WOULD RECONSIDER. The late Hon. Thomas B. Reed was frequently happy In repartee. Once. In the course of a political speech, which was punctuated by interrup tions, he was sayir.g : "Personally, I ; do not feel disposed to wage war . against these Philistines." wh?n an uu- . ruly member of his audience, of demo- ' cratlc persuasion, shouted. "He-haw!" 1 "If. however," Mr. Reed continued, : without a pause, "my friend' at the back of the hall will lend me one of his Jaws, I shall be encouraged to recon sider my attitude. In view of the his toric success of Samson when pro- j vided with a similar vearon." ; Hah Vigor Only 35? You look at least 60. Restore color to ypuri gray hair. Why not ? r Co., V V W V w LARGEST BANK IN T T T t t Farmers & Merchants National Bank Of Los Aige'es, Ca, Capital Surplus U.S. Government Available Assets March Jib.. I.i3 iiml 11 rut other r'aas DIRECTORS isnlas W. Ilellman, W. If. Perry. Herman W. Hellman, Wm. I.aeey, I. N. Van Nuys. II. 10. Huntington, J. llarnch. J. h Francis, O. W. Child. J. A. Graves, 1. V. Ilellman Jr., C. 10. Thorn, C. A. inieommun, N. W. Htowell. Sctal mCm Iposit Department sod Storage Vaults. ' GERMAN-AMERICAN LO M ANOBLBB, CAL, CAPITAL $200,000 00 ASStIS 53.700,000.00 The Largest Savings Institution in Capital and Surplus on the Pacific Coast out side of San Francisco Pays 1 per cent on deposits. O'rCEUS AND DIRECTORS M. N. Avery. President : Gail LI. Johnson. Vice President: C. N. Flint. Second Vice-President; P. V. Schumacher. Cashier; G. V. Lichtenberger, Asst. Cashier; U Rlinn. A. C. Blllcke, II. W. Stoll. Victor Ponet, Dr. Jos. Kurtx. Broadway Bank Wi-ircn Gillelen, President. R. W. Kenny. Cashier. Geo. 1. Cochran, Vice Prest. RRADBITRV BUILDING, LOS ANGELES. CAL. Paid up capital $2ri0.OiO Surplus nnd undivided profits JMO.OV Director ft. C. (iillls. Warren Gillelen, Geo. V. W'nlker. 5eo. I. Cochrn, Chas. II. Howland. V. E. CmnmlngK. R. W. Kenny. Dr. VT. W. Beckett. Col. W. W. D. Turner. Transacts a general commercial linking business. This bank acts trustee for bond Issues. iWMiw.nwwmi BROWNSBERGER Home School of Bookkeeping & Graham Shorthand 053-055-957 West Saranth St., Lot Analat, Cal. Pleasant study In the midst of the most beautiful home-like sur roundings. Day and 'evening sessions. Shorthand made easy by famous "Chalk Talks" by the Principal Machine at home free of charge. Spanish at low rates. Every department under specialists. Every graduate In a position.. Ten teachers. Largest capacity In the city. The Bookkeeping Is the famous Budget System. Send for illustrated Catalogue. FLORIDA 2J2 Wct Third SL. LOS ANGELES, CAL Organized 1SS2) W arc unable to supply the demand made en us for man Stenographers and young women who understand Stenography and Bookkeeping. ,Wa teach four distinct courses of study Commer cial, Shorthand and Typewriting, Telegraphy and Assaying. SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION., Day and Evening Classe Terms Reasonable. Free, "What Our Bays Say." tvery Home should have a Copy. SANTA C ATA LIN A ISLAND 3'a hours from Los Angeles, Cal., SEASON, 1903. The same Great Band Augmented. The old and ai2usenient features. I.'NPARALLELKD FISHING. Wonderful, delichtful and exclusive , attractions. THE r A MOT'S CANVAS CITY. Tim most perfect Institution of Its kind In the I world. Hundreds of model striped tents, hlttli walls, awnings and line floors. I Tents, Moors and housekeeping equipment entirely new this season at a cost or jw.imi. Beautiful shade trees; macadamized streets; pure mountain water. A modern garbage crematory. Perfect sanitary drainage system. THE ISLAND VILLA. 100 cottages without loard. THE HOTEL METRO POLE. Modern In all particulars. All electric lighted and under our exclusive management. Dally steamer servUe from Sun PeJro wharves. Descriptive circulars from Ban ning Co., T2. S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cfil., or J. B. Banning, general superin tenief.t Santa Cataiinfi Island Co.. Ave Ion. Cat. 1903 at Coronado Tent City. Open J BEST Open June 1st. An ideal ptice S fishing, Boating, rWflri(Th5nir a ia nnrnarin Bathing, Living Band concerts every evening. Gol?, Library and Reading Room. Yachting. HOTEL DEL CORONADO (ien all the year; costs no more than plainer resorts. Summer rates by the week from $2.50 icr day up. Los Anjelesi Agency, 200 So. Spring St.. II. F. MOUCROSS. Agent. SPECIAL RAILROAD RATEES FROM HOTEL REDONDO REDONDO BEACH. CAL, Is being put In gala attire for the summer seanon. It will be managed by the Redondo Hotel Company along liberal lines. Every modern comfort. All forms of outdoor and Indoor amusements, frequent electric service from Second and Spring streets, Los Angeles, at all hours of day and night. Reas onable rates. Address REDONDO HOTEL COMPANY. Redondo City. HOTEL WILSON 120 WEST FIRST STREET Remodeled and newy furnished. C entrally located. All street cars pass hotel. Rates 0c up. European plan. LEWIS GRANT, Proprietor. When, in Los Angeles stop at HOTEL BROADWAY, Convenient to all Car Lines, Theatres, Shopping District, etc. European plan.( Newty refitted, and up-to-date service. GEO. A. EASTMAN. Proprietor . . . HOTEL CATALIISA . . . 439 So. Broadway, Los Angeles. Convenient to all street cars, theaters, and the electric lines to the beaches. Elevator, b-ll servlre. Suites with baths. We cater to the Arizona trade. ALEXANDER & ROLAND. Proprs. HOTEL GRAY GABLES, Los Angeles, Cal. A high-class American plan, family hotel for transient and permanent guests at 7th and Hill streets. Close to business center, all car lines and places of amusement. Excellent music. Call or send for rates. E. R. PARMELEE. Mgr. BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL Brighton Beach, Cal, The Society Resort of the Pacific." All iott of A mnsemento. Noted for Special rates to famillex. SPLKNPjP train For rnto!, addreg H. P. O., Termina.!. Cal. Room Pintle or En Puite Home Phone 2191 Willi or Without PrlvHte Baths Kre PubMe Hath lbt water ail the time Ninet I'hone Brown 10MJ hotel Johnson 113 E. Fourth St.. one door Kmt of Westminster - Lot Angeles. CM. 1 J. MILTON FLECK, PROP'R KMet Rtonabl& . B ,ly Week or Montb. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. - . t J t :: ! Cor. Mais aad Commercial Sts. - $1,000,000.00 500,000.00 Bonds 2.000,000.00 $8,943,656.99 t SAVINGS BANK Cor. Maid ad first Sts. SURPLUS S2OO.000.00 and Trust Company 3S&aB&&3Z2Kli BROWNSBERGER, Principal. aeni many new natural for your summer vacation. ig kiBij 1111115 a mi wwiwuuuwi Tennis and all Sports. Dancing. Free A. E. RAPCOCK, Mgr., Coronado Tent City, Coronad.j Reach, Cal. ALL ARIZONA POINTS I QVllH Or THE its fine Hutliinp, Yachting and FlshiliK. vervice to Lcs Angeles. C. FRYMAN, Prop. Phone 2603. Hotel 5avoy MRS. A. E. BARTRAVI, Mgr. 405',$ Scath Broadway, Los Angeles.Cal. .. Q:Pslte Chamber. of Commerce. . , S7)n n . ADVERTISEMENTS LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LI5T. The purpose of this column is to supply the Arizona public with the names nnd addresses of thoroughly , reliable L os Angeles establishments. The list will le found particularly valuable' to those v isiring the Coast. Jn dealing with Re publican advertisers m sure to tell them where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate It and so will The Repn bllcun. , regal shoes by Mail. M.75 PICR PAIR. CARRIAG iCiV CIlARriFI ,t mtlnga, 150 t blanks and HRFPAID. 144 different styles. Self-meaFurenien S.rlng catalogue free upon request. 1a Angeles Store, 222 W. Third St. A. S. VANDKGRIFT. Manager. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. ARNOTT & COMPANY. Txjb Angeles. Cal. Vehicles, Farm Machinery. Alail orders solicited. Write for catalogue. BUILDINO AND LOAN ASS'NS. State Mutual Building and Loan Asso ciation. 141 South Broadway. CARPETS AND BUGS. T. BILLINGTON CO., 312-314 S. Broad way. Curtains, draperies. China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of lloor cover ings. S MPLOYMK NT A9KNT8 Hummel Bros. & Co., 116-118 E. Second St. Carefully selected help. MRS. B. 8. HAWLEY. 2M S. Broadway. Special attention to Arizona orders. F0ETIN & HAWKINS The Los Angeles Employment Hustlers. Large gangs a specialty. Both phones Main 419. 104-106 N. Los Angeles st. MACHINEKY, JtNGlNES. ETC. WLSTERN IRON WORKS. 90S-928 N. Main St.. manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plant. VULCAN IRON WORKS. 917-919 N. Main Kt.. mantrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. ? NATIONAL- WOOD 1 : incorporated if REDWOOD From 3 inch So 10-Ieet ly di ameter.', or , 1 Water Works, Mining and Irrigation Plants. jliilii CHEAPER. STRONGER. AND MORE DURABLE than riveted iron or steel pipe. Requires no vxptrt to lay anil can eas ily be taken up and relaid. as it Is absolutely mdi st. uctible. ALL P;PE SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. We contract for complete, irrigation systems. Blurt rated catalogue eer.t cn application. Address NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO., Cor. 6th and Mateo St., Los Angeles, Cal. MAY The Most Beautiful Month of the Year. t t t X HOTEL CAS A LOMA, Redlands, California. 4 i t t ir t z t The Best Accommodations. The Dryest Climate. The Purest Air. The Grandest Scenery. In Southern-California. NO CONSUMPTIVES TAKEN. vX-5:--::-M-:-"M-:-Y-x--x:-- Ready Roofing and Building On the Coast. Our brands are well known : . Ready Rock, Marble-Face, Granite, Rubber Sanded, Rubber flaxine. Send for Samples and Prices. L. W. BLINN. Prei. nl Can. Manager. Southwestern Lumber Co. Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale C02 and 6C3 Trust Building. Wharves ton, Cal. Tel. Main 1112. When you visit SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Take the trolley rides about Los Angeles to MT. LOW'K. LONG HKACH. SAN GABRIKL MISSION. BALDWIN'S RANCH, PASADENA and MON ROVIA. For descriptive booklet and particulars write agent Pacific Electric Railway. 2:0 S. Spring St. Los Angeles. Los Angeles Pacific Via Playa del Rey, Manhattan, North Manhattan and Hermosa to Redondo. Also via Hollywood, Colcgrove, Sherman, Sawtelle and Soldiers' Home to Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from company's office. West Fourth St.. near Broadway. When in Los Angeles Visit' The largest and best establishment of Its kind on the Pacific coast. Seat ing capacity 1,250. The best orchestral The "uiFine best on earth. Popular prices. Music all day, which helps to 1 Igest yt ir meals. 243 S. Spring St. 242 S. Broadway. Los Angeles. F. J. COTTA The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadeau Hotel. ' ARIZONIANS' HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to 1.20. from C to 7:30, and from S to 12 nightly. Rest kitchen in connection. Imported and domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER A FIBBER. Proprietors. HOTEL, FIGUEROA Newly furnished sunny ; rooms, with excellent board, at reasonable rates; billiard room, croquet grounds ajid ten nis court free to boarders. 1610 South Flgueroa St., Los Angeles,-Cal. Tel. White 8221. - ' "' Names Jones Co. Brass Works telephone Main !.X Ios Antfeles. f a ELKCrUIC RAILROAD BRASS SI I PLIKS. Brass steam tittins. bra? CaL P- S4 vulves. Irrigation valves, otllce and bank rtiiiiuKK. pluriilrfrs' ieoialties. Promi.t attention tciven to all six-cial bras work. Brass and lrouze castings. BtJYKRS Ob' SCRAP BRASS and CorPER. PATENTS PATENTS, Copyrights. trade-marks. Laljels, 17. S. and Foreign. Infringement siuts prosecuted and defended. -Townsend Bros., Bradbury blk.. Los Angeles. Cal. PATENTS H axard & llanham. Lo Angeles. Send for free book' on patents. POULTRY SUPPLIES HENRY ALBERS. 315 S. Main St. ! Largest poultry supply house In U. S. Send for free catalogue. BANATORIUMS PRIVATE HOME for ladles during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith. 727 Belle vue Ave. BAM. A HI) Pfl.MoNARY RAXATORMM. Patadeua, al , Ir. V. 11. Ballnrd, Madtral Wrector. Write for booklet. BARRELS AND TANKS. Ixis Angeles Cooperage Co. ami kegs. Write lor prices. Tank, barrels OPTICAL GOOD ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods ntid, Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles. Cal., 126 S. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1012. Home Tel. 1042. ea $ J "J" a aa e PIPE CO. 4. t Manufacturers of WATER PIPE mmmh J Moncy to Loan at Low Rates For building or on improved city prop erty or in ji'hk! outside towns. JtSI WHAT lOU WAftl New plan of payment. Interest de creases if you pay. Our loans are made and are paid off same as with a bank, only you pay monthly. You do not ma ture stock to pay off a loan as in other building and loan associations. A bor rower can pay off a loan any time with out notice, penalty or forfeiture. If you want a loan call on or write our agents. K. K. PA SCO K. Phoenix. J. KRNKST WALKER. Phoenix, or 11ARTINDALE it IIOHNK & CO.. Prescott. or A. OUI.MI.A nr WIT.T.TS T WAWFS 4. Tucson. j State Mutual Building & Loan Associate C J. waue, sec.. 141 S. Broadway. Los Angeles. CaL The PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO, Lob Angeles, Cal. Are the largest Manufacturers of Papers and retail. and Yards: General offices: Nos. 601. San Pedro and Wilming LOS AXGELF.S, CAL. Railway Co. CITRIC ROUTE IMPERIAL HOTEL ANTLERS Los Angeles, Cal. (Rooms only); strictly first-class; new building and furniture: all outside sunny rooms; Fingle or en suite. Rates M per week and up. " 421-423 W. FOURTH ST. I