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THE AJUZONA JJEPUUlilUAK: TUESDAY 31 OUJSLNC!, JUNE 9, 11)03.
THE Alt! PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GEO. W. VICKERS. Tres. and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. The onlv Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes in Ari zona. Publication office: 55-38 East Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postotnee et Phoenix. Arizona, as mall matter of the second eiius. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Py mail, dally, one year ?3.00 Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash in advance. ET CARRIER. Daily, per month ...75 cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast -will find The Daily Republican on sale at the fol lowing places In I,os Angeles: Hollen tieck hotel news stand, and IS. F. Gard ner. 305 South Sprine street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. JCNE P. 1.'3 The Annual Income SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS For life that you would like to leave your wife, and the amount in cash you would like j to have returned to you, if you i survive the period of limited jy Davmcnts eive these facts 'U and the ages of both, in writing I for terms on' this contract, j devised and introduced by I The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. This Company rants first la Age. first-In Assets. first la Amount FaidJPolicy-holderi. I The Mutual Life Insurance. Com fan y of New York, . j Richard A. McCcrdv, President. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Manager. Phoenix, Ariz. The American National Bank i OF LOS ANGELES, CL. Cor. Eradwny and Second Sts. Paid up capital. .$1,000,000 "Iniinlte Patience, and Justice to All." East summer, at the invitation of the jeoplc of the Salt River valley, Mr. George II. Maxwell cair.e to Phoenix and addressed a great crowd on the court house plaza, on the question whether it would be possible to obtain the conrtruc tion of the Tonto Ei3in reservoir by the government. Accord ing to t'ne popular understanding of the national reclamation net, which had just been paused, it was possible for the government to ta'.ie up the great work upon which the future of the val ley depended, but it was considered Aery improbable, indeed, that thi community could have such wonderful luck as to get that scheme adopted as a government enterprise. Mr. Max well had been sent for because for years he had kept the national irriga tion movement alive and had finally led it to victory: it was kr.own that the Hansbrough-Newlar.ds law as fin ally pas:ed carried amendments which had been adopted by congress at the earnest solit itatioa of Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Fowler, which amendments opened the door for the Salt River val ley to get the benefits of the new law, and it was known that Mr. Maxwell bi'd Hi" confidence of the national ad ministration in a high degree, and it was, hoped that ho might be able to make suggestions which would lead our pople cut of the weary circle in which they had been walking. In hi:-, ad liess made on that occasion, Mr. Maxwell rtatod it as his firm con viction that it was prsril.'e to secmc the Tonto Easin reservoir at the hands o.' the giv:i :.ir:'t. ?mk1 thst although tho-.e were many difficulties in the way. a practicable plan could lie worked out if th? people wcjH adopt as th:-ir mctt; "Infir.lte patience, and justice t all." It is p.';li"ent imw to recall there fa ts, because the motto then formu lated by Mr. Maxwell has been fol lowed by him and by every otner man who has been in any way responsible for th" plan which the government has adopted. During the months con sumed in relucting this plan there was not only "infinite patience" but there has been from the beginning a determination to do "justice to all." As ranchers come to understand the fdtu.-Uton bett;r they understand that justice to all has been the guiding thought in the great work of obtaining the reservoir. It is but simple justice to the many public spirited citizens lvlm have been conn.cted with the movement to say that there ha3 been r. thought .ii their part of depriving the humblest individual of his rights, any more than there has been thought i f doing injufctics to the most wealthy. The plan as it stands today has been accepted by the government as a model of fairness, and although it may de velop hereafter that it requires amend ment here and there, it is clear from the first line to ihe last word that "justice tD ail" is the chief end sought for. The people of the valley are to be congratulated upon their wisdom in ft Mowing- so cb.sely the advice given them by Mr. Maxwell last year. Hi-! are being removed to the second story I of the morgue to kep them from being carried away by ths flood." Now that the fiood has subsided, the conPQrva- Ej live estimate is made that a petty $.'0,000 will cover the total loss, o .till It. I. I ! V. . ' ' 1 p. i;it- in ihe wnv nf damaced streets, i J There was no loss of life. There is no "morgue" only an undei taking shoo, as there is in evory small city. News paper readers had Riven u hope of discounting th? situation at Topeka. where everjbot'y fait sure that the losses would run into the millions. It is found now, however, that the 10,000 people who were homeless" were homeless for a few days only, xno water having gone down, it in found that very few houses have been dam aged, actually. The great losses fell upon the small merchants, chiefly, who had stocks of dry goods and clothing ruined. The factories and mills, sup posed to be ruined, were not damaged a particle- not a wall has given way. At Kansas City, Kansas, there like exaggeration. In ths aggregate, many thousands cf people suffered great financial loss, j 0 many precious lives were lost, and ! H some of the smaller communities w be a long time recovering from the blow. But it is. scrr.e comfort to know that excited correspondents have been disc redited by later developments. " i And doubt!" ss, the sam- sl ue of facts will be developed at. St. Louis. ; While immense; losses wii! be v rought j u by th? Hood in the Mississippi, it is ' M OFE1CEUS: W. F. lljtsford President W. J. Washburn.. Vice President T. 10. Newlin. Vice President J. (.1. Mossin Vice President W. J. Doran Vice President T. V.. Phelps Cashier C. M. Wood.. .Assistant Cashier DIIIEC'TOUS: W. F. Eotsford. II. E. lltr.it ington. M. J. Connell, J. A Muir, F.pes Randolph. W. J. Washburn, Homer Lnughlin. Walter S. Newhall, T. E. New lin. Dr. Jno. H. Haynes, H. C. The most centrally located E safe deposit and storage vaults in the city. .x:..x..:..:..:...:...; LARGEST BASK IN SOITHIRN CALIFORNIA. ! Farmers & Merchants National Bank t Of los Ango'es, Ca', Cor. Main and Commercial Sis. I Capital - - 51,000,000.00 I t Surplus " - - - 500,009.00 z I U,S. GsYErnraentlS Bonds 2.000,000.00 ! Availahla Assets $8,943,656.99 I .f. March 9th. I!H)3 vw,v ... t flP.KCTORS Tsalas W. Hellman, W. If. Perry Herman V Hellman. Wm. V V 1 -tcev I N. Van Nuvs, II. l:. Huntington, J. Paruch. J. F. Francis, O. W. ,;. V ChildV, .1. A. Graves. I. W. Hellman Jr., C. K. Thorn, C. A. Duconimun, ... X N. V.' Stowell. Social af Deposit Department and Storage Vaults. GERMAN-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK Cor. Main . and flrsr St. LOM ANOELHS. CAL, CAPIfAl $200,000 00 ASStIS $3,700,000.00 StRPHJS $200,000 CO The Largest Srivintrs Institution in Capital and Surplus on the Pacific Coast out side of fvtn Francisco. Pays i per cent on deposits. OLTCLIIS AM" nillKCTtmS-M. N. Avery. President; liail B. Johnson , V iee-n-.. .,;.!,..,. K.wr.n.l V ice-P r.-s liicn t . P. ". Schumacher. Cashier: . . i.i,.i,ti,..',o'i- A.n i. r- T.. v. I'.linn. A. C. Uilicke. H. W. Stoll, Victor 1'onot. Ir. .Jos. Kurtz. Broadway BarK and Trust Company Warren tJilldcn, l'resldent. It. W. Kenny, Cashier. Geo. I. Cochran, Vice Tresl. KUAIMU'HY PUIUDINti. LOS A NCI l-JI.F.S. CAI.. P-'id up eatiitiil $-Jri0.i Sun'bis and undivided profits ?1iM,0"i0 ' Directors i:. C. Vlillis, Warr.-n Cillelen, Cm. W. Walker. Cieo. I. Ceichran, Chas. II. Ilowlinl, W. K. Cumminps. I:. W. Kenny. Dr. Vv. W. Peekett Col. V . XV. D. Turner. Trai.saets a general commercial banking business. Ibis bank acts as trustee- for bond irsues. PIANOS ti Los Angeles Firm Has Arizona Kepre'entative. The well-known house of Geo. J. Birkel Co., Los Angeles, Cala is represented in the territory by 1 MR. PAUL I who is an expert piano tuner. Mr. Morgan's services as a tuner are at the disposal of Arizona people. He w ill also "sell or ex change any of the -1 HIGH-GRADE PIANOS safe to predict thit the damage will not be as jrrtat as now generally ap prehended. When a te.wn is several feet under water it is natural to assume that the loss will b" tremendous, but experi ence p-enerally proves th.it a i'ood is not as destructive as it lookd. P pi Steinway, Kranich & Rach, Mason & Hamlin, Kmerson, Sterling. Huntington and Itieh mond, for which th Pirkel Co. are agents. Letters addressed to Mr. Mor gan, general delivery. Phoenix, Ariz., will reach him. GEOJ. BIRKEL CO. 345-347 S. Spmei St cet los Angeles, Ca'. I Home School of Bookkeep'no & Graham Shorthand j 553.Q55c57 West Seventh Sit., Lou Anelet, Cal. jl Pleasant study in the midst of the most beautiful home-like sur- W roundiiigs. Hay and evening sessions. Shorthand made easy by famous "Clulk Talks" by the Principal Machine at home free of charge. Spanish at low rates. Everv department under specialists. fv Every graduate in a position.. Ten fathers. Largest capacity !n 1 the city. The Bookkeeping is the famous Budget System, kj . Send for Illustrated Catalogue. iL FLOUIIJA F.PwOWKSUiiKUl'Jlt, ITincipai. m LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. The mirnose of this column is to supply the Arizona public with the names nnd addresses of thoroughly reliable 1 os Angeles establishments. T he list will be found partirularlv valuable to those v ls:.ir,K me coasi. in uruiniK publican advertisers be sure to tell them wiiere you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it ami so w ill The Rcpu blican. 1 James Jcnes Co. Brass Works REGAL SHOES bv Man. t i t k i u niumii'i.' riiinftMi i'elplione Main Ios Angeles, Cal. PltFPAU). 1J4 different fittings, 1,0 i.H-' TRIV.J'AI1ll,Lt:.L' Self-measurement blanks ana J,: ,, iiiisaktvu at o. "niv ........ styles. Spring catalogue free upon request. Los Ar.geles Store, TJZ V. Tiiird St. A. S. VANPF.GP.IFT. Manager. AGRICULTURAL IMPLKMENT8. AltN'OTT &. COMPANY, Los Angeles, Cal. Vehicles, Farm Machinery. Mail orders solicited. Write for catalogue. BUILDINO AND LOiM ASS'NS. State Mutual Building and Loan Asso ciation. 141 South P. road way. r:iili;ii?s. rilumbers' sneeialties. Prompt r.ttention given to all special brass work. P.rass and bronze eastincs. BUYERS Or' SCRAP BRASS and COFPER. PATENTS OAHPET3 AND BUGS. T. Rri.LlNCTON' CO., 312-314 S. Broad wav. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of floor coverings. KMPLOYMKNT AiiKNlS Hummel Bros. & Co., 11G-11S E. Second St. C;irrfnilv selected helpj .MBS. B. S. HAWLF.Y; 2 S. Broadway. Special attention to Arizona orders. FOSTIN & HAWKINS The Los Angeles Employment Hustlers. Large gangs a specialty. P.oth phones Main 410. 101-106 N. Los Angeles st. MACHINERY, .B.NGIN&S, EIC. W! JSTi;RNT I ROM WORKS. WH-KK X. Jlain st., manufact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants.. LLC AN J RON WORKS. P17-P19 N. Main St., manfrs. stamp mills, ore crush ers, well tools. General machine work. PATENTS. Copyrights, trade-marks. Labeln, U. S. and Foreign. Infringement suits prosecuted and defended. Townsend Bros.. Bradbury bik.. Los Angeles. Cal. I'ATKNTS Hazard & IlarphatB, Ios Angeles. Send for free book' on patents. POULTBY SUPPLIES HENRY ALBERS, .n3 S. Main St. Largest poultry supply bouse- in U. S. Send for free catalogue. SANAlOBIUUS PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con finement. Best of care. Homes found for children. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Smith, 727 Lelle vue Ave. BALLAttI) PULMONARY SANATORIUM, Pasadena, 'al , Dr. W. II. B!lrd, Malicl birecior. Write for Booklet. BARRELS AND TANKS. Los Angeles Ctyiperage Co. nnd kegs. Write for prices. Tnnkf, barrels OPTICAL GOODS ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An geles, Cal., 12G S. Spring St. Sunset Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO. incorporated Manufacturers of V REDWOOD WATER PIPE Four.3 inch to 10-feet iu amcter. or a 212 Vcjt Third St.. LOS ANGELES, CAL prmzed is.;) We aro unscle si-ppiy the demand made on us for men Stenographers and youn women who wndersiar; '1 Stenography anri Dook!tee;)inc;. We teach four distinct cou-ss of jtudy Crrner cial, Shorthand and Typivriting, Telegraphy and Assaylnr;. SPECIAL SUMMER SESSSO. Dsy and Evening Clnsse- Terms Heasonchla. Free, "What Our Gbys Gey." fc-very Heme should hr.ve a C;iy. If M....I i. ii.i ii i.i i lr-Tl-r-fnrrtl-ll-nlrTlln"rTTrl'Tv''- 5ANTA CATALIKA ISLAND 3''. hours from Los Angeles, Cal. SEASON. The same Crcrt Band Avguiented. The old and many new a'.inwmnnt features. , , . ,,,. I-WAIMLU'LED FISHINO. Wonderful, deliglitful and esclusie natural Hi attn-cttoriH. ... ,. mj TI1K FAMOUS CANVAS CITY. The most periecr nisi n uu... ' -M-l.I. Hundreds of mcd.-l su ii-ed tents, high wails, awninw and l.ne flooi s. Tents. Hours and housekeeping e-niipnunt entirely new this season afa cost l Of JD.'KK). c? . i. . ni:ro mountain water. j.eauiiini i;:.ai-i uwi.au.uim.i.'4 . .... A modern gnrhape crematory. Ferfect sanitary drainage system. TilK ISLAND VILLA. W cottages without board. Modf.rn in all particulars, .n cicl-ji n.- f r 4" Water Works, Mining and Irrigation Plants. CHEAPER, STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE 'X. than riveted iion or steel pipe. Keijuirrs no i-scnt-ft to lay and can rati- ! ily be taken up and re'.aid. as it is absolutely ir.cic St. -jctible. ALL P1P1I V SOLD UXDKU AX ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. We contract for 1)1 complete irrigation Fystems. Illu-trated catalogue se .t application. NATIONAL VOOD PIPE CO., Ccr'etii and MataaSt.. Los Angelas, Cal. j Kodaks and Photo Supplies 'V'rr W mile a peciaftv o'. Djvlo9i-ta. Print Km n rUr;.n M il tt Mjil UrJirs 9'ven Prompt Attention Send (or Catalogue HOWLAND & CO. 2,3 TSffiV A Frnbabiy riopcless Fight. It is the opinion of the Boston I'ost that trouble is looming up portentously before "the new republican senator from I'tah," Mr. Smoot, who tiappens to be a high ollicial of the "Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints." This trouble comes from that fact. Our Hoston tonteinporary mentions that the Presbyterian peneral assembly has demanded his expulsion from the sen ate. The resolutions which this great and influential Christian body has adopted declare that the Mormon church "persists in the active encour agement and practice" of polygamy, and that Smoot is "in cardial sympathy with it as a divine institution." There fore, Smoot must go. However serious all that may be in other respects, it is not freighted with trouble for the junior senator from Utah. In this republic a man is ac countable to no human tribunal for hH thoughts, sympathies or feelings. If two-thirds of Senator Smoot's col leagues could be convinced that he was living in polygamy, they would doubt less vote for his expulsion. It is possi ble that such acttion might be taken on positive proof that he was a pro moter of plural marriages. I tut both of those charges are denied by many of the best citizens of Utah. It is the right of a senator, as clearly as of a private citizen, to believe in any doc trine, no matter how inharmonious it may lie with prevailing sentiments. As our Boston namesake puits it, "ir Smoot simply holds the doctrinal faith that a man should have as many wives as he can support, but does not put hhi theory into practice, why is he any worse than a good many other senators who have queer and cranky notion?, but do not give offense by acting up to them?" Washington Post. TlIK HOTEL MHTUOPOLE. and under oi.r excii.:-ive rtianatreini nt . U-:i!y ni.r servi. frci i sail I'.!ro w''arv s. r.:.r.:; '.... ri ii. S.riiuv St.. Los Anui-lcs, .'ii.. cr j. u. ti inient S:inta Catalma Island Co.. Aval on. Cal. ie-riotiv circulars from r.an- gt neral super.n- r .-- oey to Loan at Low !?ates j For building or on improved city prop erty or in good outside towns. , jOPFdV JIJNK 1st. The Better New From the Flood Districts. As was to be cxpeitjd, later news from the flooded districts of Kansas Fho'.vs that the earlier reports were absurdly exaggerated. To be sure, the truth is bad enough. Many people were drowned, and property losses will foot up many hundreds' of thousands. Bui jh -ople were not drowned by tlv; hundreds in every town where the streets were undtr water, and total bankruptcy for entire communities v. ;s not the n-sitlt. J'.'.e day int wfj'. Oc diupa t'!ies frc-n Ii ut chms'j!i, Jlniici, hz-i it tlj - t. tho flood there had prict:ca'l ds st"ied the town. "The property lois 'i'.'O t'CC. ' b.id the dispatch, ''thou ' 2.H'i c- r.-c"!.lc- xr iK-o-r'e.ifis ind tlie i-itaation 12 KTto ir.i" v-ori Cvipjc3 Reform in TarKey. Itefcrm goes hard in Turkey, they say. Tlie country is not used to !t. Every proposition to use the taxes on roads, public buildings, and .for paying, feeding, and clothing the troops rouses a howl of protest from the people who nandlo tue taxes. And the rumor comes around again that the tax col lectors are to be retired, and :i new and different kind put into their places. Can Turkey find a different kind? What Turkey needs is not a new set of tax collectors, but a new conscience. Her old ens is worn and broken beyond further use. Turkey is always short of money because she misspends w,: she has. She has ceased to enjoy the trust of other nations, so that when she proposes to float a loan nobody will provide life-preservers on which to float it. Credit is refused to her by everybody. She is not detent to her own servant?, but ur.es the little money JUST WtiAf YOl) WAN! New plan of payment. Interest de- j creases if you pay. Our loans are made i and are paid off same as with a bank, only you pay monthly. You do not ma ture stock to pay off a loan ns in other building and loan associations. A Imr rower can pay off a loan any time with out notice, per.altv or forfeiture. If vou ; a want a loan c:tl! on or write our jigentb, j 14 i:. :. PASfOK. Phoenix. 3 J. EH VEST WALK EK. Phoenix, or MAHTINDALE i'c IIOP.NE & CO., I reweott. or A. OKF1LA or WILLIS Y. HAYNES. Tucson. State Mutual Building & Loan Association C. J. WAP!-:, Sec. 141 S. Proadway, Los Angeles. Cal. ri, ,...( foifrtntili. :uid re.isor.aiilei.i icd iv:;ort on the Coast. jilmcto your vacation. JTisins. BoatinEvcrythinsala Coronado. Bathing, Livins- HOTEL DEL COBON'ADO Open all the year: co:'t.; no more than plainer reports. Summer rates by the week from $J..Vi p r day up. Los Angeles Agency, 100 So. Spring St. 11. F. NOUCUOSS, Agent. Special Rates from all Points to Coronado Tent City Direct. :Z) The PIONEER ROLL PAPER 00 Los Angeles, Cal. Arc the largest Manufacturers of Ready Roofma' and Building Papers ; On the Coast. Our brands are well known : Ready Rock, Marbfe-Fsce, Granite, Rubber Sandrd, Rubber Mdvine. Send for Samples and Prices. L. XV. E1.INJJ, Prea. and Gen. Manager. outhwestern Lumber Co. Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale and retail. General offices: No. dl. : f.Ol' and 603 Trust Iluildins- Wharves and Yards: San Pedro and Wilininfr- Tel. Main nil'. LOS ANGELES, CAL. Phono 2603. BRIGHTON BEACH ESOTtL Brighton Beach, Cal. "The Soctely Resort of the Pacific." . ton. Cal. WHEN YOU VISIT Southern California take the trcliey riaes about Iais Angles to JIT. LOW E, LONG BEACH. SAN tiA EHIEL MISSION. BALDWIN'S IIANCH, PASA DENA and MONROVIA. For decrirtive hooklt and particulars write r.ecnt PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY, l.",0 S. Spring St. Los Angeles. CITRIC ROUTE Hotel Savoy MRS. A. E. MR I RAM, Mgr. Sciitli I'.roadway, Los A iiKeles.C'al. Oiiosite Chamljcr of Commerce. All soil - of Aniu-.-Mii'U's. Noted for its fine Tniliir., Yuclitirp ud Klliini;. Sj.--ial mt. s to Ik milieu. Sri KM.1 Iroin crvice to I..s Allele:. . - H. C. FRYMAN, Prop. P. O., Terminal. Cal. &e IMPERIAL, HOTEL FIGUEROA Newly furniyhed sunny rooms, with excellent board, at reasonable rate's: billiard room, croquet grounds and ten nis court free to boarders. 1G10 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. White 8221. "QITIN OJ Mil ! PNC I IC " HOTEL RBDONDO REDONDO BEACH, CAL, ' In beins put in gain attire for the summer season. It will bo managed by the lledondo Hotel Company along liberal lines. Every modern comfort. All forms of outdoor and indoor amusement.;, frequent electric service from Second and Spring streets, Los Angel os. at all hours of day and night. Reas onable rates Address REDONDO HOTEL COMPANY, Kedondo City. Rooms Single or Kn Suite Home I'hon 21: t Willi or Without Private Haths Sunset I'hone free I'ublii-lint lis. J'.rown 11' Hot wuter all the lime HOTEL JOHNSON 1U3 E. Fourth .St.. one door Kiot of WCNtmiliKlt-r I .s A uncles, al. J. MILTON FLECIt, PROP'R K:ito Keasouiible. Uv j)aV- Week or Month. that she can wring from the peasants and marchanls in salving ollicial palms that itch without ceasing. The loyalty of the average Turk to his government, or what passer; for a government, is so admirable that it ought to be trans ferred to something for which r-o might feci a faint respect. Brooklyn Kaerle. HOTEL WILSON 126 WEST FIRST STREETS Kemodclcd and newly f urni: h.cd.- Centrally located. All street cars puss hotel. I tales SCc up. European plan. LEVIS GRANT, Proprietor. Los AngeSes Pacific Railway Co. Via ITaya del Key, Manhattan, North Manhattan and llerinosa to Eedondo. Also via Hollywood, Colegrove, Sherman, Sawtclle and Soldiers' Home to Santa Monica and Ocean l'ark. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from compnn.Vs oflice. West Fourth St., near Umadway. When in Los Angeles Visit' The largest and b''st establishment of its kind o:i the I'acitic coast. Seat ing capacity 1.1150.- The bst orchestra. The ''tiisine best on earth. Popular prices. Music all diiy, which helps to d igest '( r meals. 2-13 S. Sprine St. 211 S. Eroadway, Ixis Angeles. F. J. COTTA The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadeau Hotel. ARIZONIANS HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to 1.S0. from 6 to 7: SO, and from S to 12 nightly: Uest kitchen in connection. Imported and domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER fl FIBBER. Proprietors. When, in Iais Angeles stop at 1 n:m s. BROADWAY Convenient to all Car Lines, Theat res. Shopping District, etc. European plan. Nev.iy refitted, end up-to-date s crvice. GEO. A. EASTMAN. Proprietor HOTEL BROAD WAYS THE VAN NESS 114 So. Main St.. Lo-, Arn les. Cal. Jut opened, thcrougl-.ly renovated and j newly furri: bed. NVw plun .bing. T.i igiit and cheerful rooms. No invalid:;. Kates ."Or r d iy and 5;2.:0 ; -r week ami u:. . ! Yozr V T Perhnpr. your mother had thin QIJ hair, but that is no reason why vou must 20 through life with half-starved hair. It you w?nt long, thick, dark and heavy htr fopH it v:ith Ayer s Hair Vigor. SI. All drucpista J. C. ijcr Co.. 1.37.-S11, 113. mmmnmniMRKiC HOTEL GRAY GABLES, Los Angeles, Cal. A high-class American 1 I. in. family hotel for trun:b-nt and permanent guests at 7th and .Hi'l s-trerts. ' 'he to business center, all car linos urnl i'la -s of iiiiuifemi'iit. !- --llent mu.-ir. Call or r.end for rates. 1-1 PARinci'E. Mgr. HousehecpiiHj Aparliiient Single Rooms Ihe Casa ds Oro, 5QB-505 S. Flower St Los Angeles." New house, ncv.' furniture, tatbs. 'I fcone, ?a and electricity. Rooms ;2 c0 j.tr Tetk and up. 219-231 WEST 3RDST. LSVIHG-- LOS ANGELES. I he Prettiest Late in tdiiTornia Large, airy, luxurioiiLly furnished Private liining Kocuns on Second a no Tiot d fli'i't ;-. Tlie leading Orchestra of tli ity i'ui :is!k s inusic dm ing the Oinnoi- a nd after Theater hours. Th bcrt th - niaihct a!fc-rd-. and th service unexcelled. We v.jnt tlie Aiiona tralu.