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TllE ARIZONA UJfiPUIILIC'AN: SATU.1IDAY TUOKNLNtJ, JUJSE 20, 1903.
LULU J J U 1.1 LUUI PUBLISHED BY THE Arizona Publishing Co. $60,000 Per Day! SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS GEO. W. VICKERS. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. This is the average sum paid daily to policy-holders by The i Mutual Life Insurance Com- i The only" Perfecting Fresa In Arizona. nanv of New York. Mliltiob' The only battery of Linotypes In Art- j ul N" iuik. itiu.-ii, Exclusive Disi latches. Morning Associated Press e Publication office: TS-S3 East . Adams street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the postoffice at Phoenix. Arizona, as mall matter of the second class, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Pv mall, daily, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. ....JO.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. F. Gard ner". 305 South Spring street. UMION -CjLAeEL PHOENIX. ARIZONA, JUNE 0. 1503. A Time For Rejoicing. Property owners of'th? Salt Ri" .T valley who are net gratifli.l at a special dispatch fram Washington which appears in The Republican this morning ir.it be hard to please, mas much as it .gives a reasonable assur ance that the Tor; to 'asin dam is to be built, .our correspondent hopes tr.at word iv.ay be received at tlio int-i.ir eh pin tiiifiU today that 150,' vO atru have been subscribed. According to our local report of the operation of the Water Users' rrssocia lion ruvh word ' was sent last night. This has been a harder strugg'.e.Jian most people imagine, so hard, indeed, but for the friendliness of the offi cers of the geological survey and their influence in the department it would have been hopeless, for the project was beset by numerous enemies in spired by varied interests. Those who have furnished the opposition have not all been re.-idents of the valley and some of then; have been in official posi. tion. There was a clanger, now happily passed, that the Salt River valley would be ground o pieces between the nipper and the nether millstones. Hut its friends have prevailed. The mission of Mr. Hci;rd to Wash ington has ciul 'J." failure as it was quite certain it would before he started and we hope. that the impression gith creJ at the interior department, that he has accepted the situation is a cor rect one. It is true, as our correspond ent states, that the future c-ouise of him or his followers cannot now affect the projec t for the building oZ th.; dam. It may not be built, but any obstacle: which might prevent its construction is not now in sight and it is difficult to imagine what it could be. We believe that this is the proper time to congratulate the gentlemen St the Water Users' association upon the success of their strenujus cffjrts. It is though a matter of regie t that there has not been the entire unanim ity of opinion regarding this great un dertaking which might have been reas onably cxp ct'jd. that by a year and the wonder r.i t 1 1 oi me amount disappears wnca ; you learn how and where 4h largest accumulation of trust funds in the world ia invested, j as shown in UA Banker' WLB ! i This book is sent crj rQ5 i ThU Company ranks first In Ampm. First In Amnunt Paid -"tVteiS!k First In Age. The Mujual Lira I:ca.7A. Company of New Yosffi. Richard A. McCi'RtY, PratV!:& SHIRLEY CHRISTY. Manager. Phoenix. Ariz. The American National'! 1 Bank OF LOS ANGELES, C'VL. Cor. Broadway anil Second Sts. Paid up capital.. .$1,000,000 fought valiantly under Black George r-.gainst the Turks and ten years later betrayed his old commander into the hands of the pasha of Belgrade. Now a descendant of Black George mounts a throne wet with the blood of the last of the Obrenovitches. Austria-Hungary ljas long taken a peculiar interest in Servi.u No import ant occurrence there finds or leaves Russia unobservant and indifferent. However deeply the statesmen at Si. Petersburg may deplore this ' oc- currence, they have consolations, not vouchsafed to their brethren at Vienna. The new king married one of the half dozen daughters of that good friend of the czar, Nicholas of the Elack -Mountain, and is reputed Russo-. phil to the tips of his fingers His wife, by the way, is a sister of the queen of Italy. For his own education he is in debted to France, but his son and heir is at school in the czar's capitai, where he is in the way of seeing Geneiyl Louis Napoleon Bonaparte and other ; interesting persons'. OFFICERS: W. F. Botsford President W. J. Washburn.. Vice President T. B. Newlin Vice President J. G. Mossin Vice President W. J. Doran Vice President T. W. Phelps Cashier C. M. Wood.. .Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: W. F. Botsford, II. E. Hunt ington, M. J. Connell, J. A. Muir, Epes Randolph, W, J. Washburn, Homer Laughlin. Walter S. Newhali. T. H. New lin, Dr. Jno. IX. Haynss, H. C. Winner. The most centrally looted safe deposit and storage vaults in the city. j LARGEST BANK IN S0UTHLRM CALIFORNIA. Farmers & Merchants National Bank 5- Of Los Aoflo'es, Ca Capital Surplus U. S, GGvarrment s&SSr: Available Assets Mitri-li :1th. lyus Co.. Main and Commercial Stt. 51,000,000.00 . - 500,000.00. Bonds 2 0,0,000,00 $8S943,656.99 7 DIRECTORS isalas W. Bellman, W. H. Perry, Herman W. Ibllman, Wm. V I.acrv, I. N. Van Nuys, If. I-:. Huntington, J. Harwell, J. F. Francis. O. W. V Childs, J. A. Graves, I. W. Bellman Jr., C. E. Thorn, C. A. Duconimun, .t, N. W. Stowcll. .;. Scll taf Deposit Danartmcnl and Storfe Vaullt. GERMAN-AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK LOM AINCi RLI: H, CAL. Cor. Mcifl and rim Sts. CAPMAt S200.000 CO ASSUS $3,700,000.00 SLR. "IDS $200,000 CO The Largest Savin Institution in Canital and Surplus on the Pacific Coast out side of San Francisco. Pays t per cent on deposits. OHTCERS AND DIRECTORS M. N. Avery. President: Uail li. Johnson, Vice President: C. N. Flint, Second Vice-President: i'. F. Schumacher. Cashier; O. W. Llctitenlwiger, Asst. Cashier; L. W. p.li mi, A. C. Lilicke, 11. W. Etoll, Victor Ponet. Dr. Jos. Kurt 7. Broadway Bank and Tr tist Company Warren Gillelin, President. R. W. Kennv. Cashier. Geo. I. Cochran, Vice Trest. BRADBURY BUILDING, LOS A NO ELKS. CAL. Paid-up capital Ji'O.'-OO Surplus and undivided iro!its $HV,r0 Directors R C. Gillis, arren GilJelcr, Geo. W. Tu'rlkcr. (!eo.' I. Cochran, Ch:is. 11. Howl.md, W. E. Cuinminc-s. R. W. Kenny, Dr. V7. W. Beckett. Col. W. W. l. 'Pui-iK-r. TransMCts a general commercial banking business. This batik acts ns trustee fur bond issues. IS"4. The Oldest Business House in Los. Angeles. Saxmiei C. Foy h:, KxsrB i ME-.are-grsi Think of it! Richard Harding tavis had come home briausc- there v a "nothing doing" iq Hu l'.alk nisi "Word comes from Manila that the worst boss ladrone of the lot a fellow who was at it in the Spanish times and ; robs and murders from force of h'ibit ' has been nabbed. So far so good, but we hope to hear later that he has been i hang.'d. If there h id been a much less ( rparing use of Manila rope year- ago, j there would have been much less trou- j ble with "ladronism" now. Manufacturer and dealer i:i Saddlery, Harness, Leather, Horse &T2Ti a:?g- wirKTSJOKSJBZ M mm n mm P E II SIP AwUdis 3 Llar.krts, Whips. I.tip neb" Telephone Green lT-'t. 215 N. lMfi Angeles St. S:;ul-s. Silver Inlaid Spanish Bits and Spurs. Los AngeJes, Cal. LOS ANGELES PREFERRED , 1LI5T. The purpose of tills column Is to supply the Arizona public with the name? nnd adilresses of thoroughly reliable 1 os A:iirel'-s establishments. The list ill b- found particularly valuable to those v isi'ing the Coast. In dealir-K with Re publican Hdvcrtisers be sure to tell them where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and so will The Repu blican. . regal shoes by Mdii. James Jones Cor Brass Works .- piripnps 1 Telephone .visin v.-.s. i.os Anr'g, lilt n V' ELECTRIC 'RAILROAD BRASS SI l l.inks ' and I'LIKS Bras. Ptam fittlnsra. ' bn (.nnrtr ;valeH. lrrit?;ition valves. oUk'r ar! iu I ' 1 '- -r - t ... . i 1 . : ... $:i.75 PER PAIR..CARRIAC.1 lHl-l'Ali. 144 .Uincrcnt st vies. Kflf-inf'.-ir.iirenient fc'printf catalogue tree upon reque Los Angedc-s Store, 22J V. Third, St ra.- roiliaus. i.lumlMrs' siecialii''s. Prompt I in Ipntu.n clu-n to all siccial bras'? work. A. S. VANDEGR1FT. Manager. ' Hrass andl.i onze castings. BUYERS UJr SCRAP BRASS and COPPER. AQRICrLTUEAt IMPLBHEKTS. PATENTS APVMTT PAIIPIVV T rt A ,...!.!. r.,i v,i-i,.o rV b o';J l'ATENTS. Copyrights. trade-marks. orders solicite'd. Write for catalogue. Labels.. IT. S and Foreign Infringement i mjii uros'.M-uieu aii'i uiiim j. i uw umii f Uro3.. liratibury blk.. I.os Anpelos. Cul. CARPETS AND EPOS. j PATJ,NTtmzar(, & Hari,ham. 1. T. BILLING TON CO.. 212-314 S. Brond wny. Curtains, draperies, China and Ja pan mattings. All kinds of lloor cover itigs. EMPLOYMENT AKTITS Hummel Bros. & Co., 11S-118 E. St. Carefully relected help. Second MRS. B. S. IIAWI.F.V, 2.' S. Broadway. Special attention to Arizona orders. FORTIN & HAWKINS I The Los Angeles Employment Hustlers. ' Large gangs a specialty. Both phones Main A10. 101-106 N. Los Angeles Bt. Angeles. Send for free book' on patents. POULTS V SUPPLIES " HEN IiV AI.BERS. 313 S. Main St. Largest poultry supply house in U. S. Send tor free catalogue. BANATOBIUUS " PRIVATE HOME for ladies dirring con finement. Bst of care. Homes fonnfl for children. M-i Dr. C. E. Smith, 7-7 Belie vua Ave IiAI.LAKI) IT'T.VONAI'.Y FANATOKUM. Pusade-nii, 'al , lr. W. li. Ballard, i!adicat Director. Write for Booklet. BARRELS AND TANKS. II AC JUNES V, -ENGINES, ETC. WESTERN IRON WORKS. 90S-H2S N. Main st., manulact'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plants. I.os Ange'es CooperKCC Co. anl iee. -Vrite for prn--. Tanks, turre-Is OPTICAL GOODS Vl.'LfAN II'ON WOP.K'S 91T-n V Main f.t., nmnfrs. stamp mills, ore crusli- (Teles ei well tools. General machine work, ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses. Optical Goods ard Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los An- Cal., 121 S. Spring St. Sunset iTcl. Main 1012. Home Tel. 1042. Colonel Watterson'a eyes are now turned temporarily, anyhow upon Circuit Atto-.T.ey Joe Folk of St. Louis. He suspects a meaning, "if not a kind cf destiny," in Folk's election to the circuit attorneyship. He is pleased i that Folk is to speak in Tammany Hall on the Glorious Fourth. Suppose Folk speech fires the democratic heart! Sup pose Folk runs for the Missouri gov ernorship and gets there! Suppose Folk is another Tilden! We take i leasure in stating that we row have a Representative in Arizona Mr. Paul Morgan Who is an expert piano tuner, and his services are at the dis posal of all Arizona, peopl.-. He will sell or exchange any of the HigK Grade Pianos . Steinway, Krar.ich & B.i h. Ma son &. Hamlin, Er.-.crson. St'il irg, Huntington and Ri h:r.o;i i all of which we Jin- agents for. Address letters to Mr. Mor gan, general d li very. Phoenix, Arizona. GEO.J.BIRKEL'CO. ant a Catalina Island. I 3 I-2 Ho urs from Los Angeles. Season 1903. THE EAMOUS CWVAS CITY IS NOW OP-N'f OR THE SEASON Pj! Unlr Eeautiful Shade Trets, with an- Entirely Kew Equipment, rer- . lect Sanitary urai-ag-e. DAILY CONCERTS BY OUR MARINE BAUD OF 30 ARTISTS. PiocKiirMhla Ontdoor Pas'imes. Boatip Bathinc. Fishine-, Golf. Etc. HO rF.ii METRP0.E. WitG modern pppantments. is open the year round.! MiTUE ISLAND VlLLa,-Coe butdred ccnfcnnb carvas coDngeg without Mi board. Ketervaucrs madr. Address HAKNU.O CO., 222 So.fcprini?' 3 St , Los Angeles, or J. to. BanaiDgr, GenSupt. Santa cat 3 lie a island t'o , Avaion, camornia. t THERE ARE MANY , IMITATION'S ..BUT ONLY ONE.. RUBER ROOFING i i! BLAKB, U-iltilng.s -vred with RL'BEROlD are ZO per cert ceolei in sumjr.ei than when metal or composition and gravel are used. Guaranteed to resist the severest expan sion and contraction. Equally adapted to Hat or pitched roors. If your dealer dees not carry it. write to U3 for sam ples and prices, i "None genuine un!es bearing the Registered Trade Mark. 'Euberoid,' stamped across the toll about every 4 feet." HOTEL GLEIyMORE. Enlarged and improved, all in-w ar.-l fiesh. A roof pato la lit a ii elevation f 7". feet, giving a magniti- r.t view : the .-nsire- citcl-.' c-f hills and wst-r frt.nt. Rooms with board er withM-.jt bi:ai", k-pt in Ftrictly lir.-t- 1 ifs onli-r. R-'!i and loud, $!..r.t t- CJ'.'i i -r day. Tal-.'e and h: rvic- i.i i.ot exci lle-l ;i' the r:i te. i:. .1. WHITNEY. Pi.. pr.. Avaion. MOFPITT 5 I-O AnccleH. Cni. TO WNE Calaiina bath liouf fret The IH I'll II ro jin. t- gii' RAND VIEW HOTEL is the n!y h.e:. 1 ji t'.-.e front (except t!;,- ;- j .li ) wilh n l irc.e dining olfice. parlor. 1 iiliard, pi!!.: i-mg. ntu ie h:ill, and : t.-. Los Angi ;.. . t,Yi:- 4! ' S. Brii.h! way. or GEO. j!. WEAVE!:. Cataliaa. 343-347 S. Spring St eet Los Angeles, Cal. THE WEID. 761 So. Main St., Los Angel.s, Opposite P. O. Sunny rooms t:y clay, week or month. Transient rooms at reaFonable rates. Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prop. Coronado Tent City Now Open. Crow. is of happy pl-ople th;re. liai'.'.y id r.ite f:CTii PHOEN1N to CliRO NADo TENT CITY, ( via Los Ar.-.-li f) and re turn.' name as t Los Ang.Mt Be wise and ask for COliONADO ENC I'RSION TICKET. Furnished f. nt-. Popular prices. Ch ice ife. Al::o li.-i? inecls for "e. R.'ir.embfr Co::ONA IX) gives th" most for th" money. Be. t of ever: thing. Cooleft and u'ost hc-akhful' re?-rt rn EARTH. KVEP.Y AMl'SEMENT. Pgf0L Kodaks and Photo Supplies me a spciduy or enveloping, Printmq agd Lniorqing Mai: Orders giveo Prompt Attention Send for Catalogue HQWLAND & CO.. 213 S8lSSSV. D The PIONEER ROLL PAPER GO 'S tf-! . r-::,--::i:'-'V.,J Address, A, E. BABCCCK, Mgr. -Cora.iado Geoth, Cal. Or se? ye ur railroad aent for boiklct with r;.teK. li. r. NORCR0SS, Agent, 200 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Caf. HOTEL CLARENDON. General Mae-Arthur'" sen stood first I in a class of almost one hundred mt:n- lf-'TS th:lt tr:S riol 1 1 f e,l fit AV-vt Point yesterday, and Ulysses S. Grant! Select Family anc 1 (,.-icrt Hotel. 3d :-tood sixth. Tiiis recalls the Ktury ! Ainer'i.'iiu or Kuropi-uu : that when General F. D. Grant was in the Philippines he wrote to the acad emy to ask how his son was progress ing and received the reply: "Don't be disturbed, lie is doing better than Jcu did in everything." The Tragedy at Belgrade. A g-xid many years have come and gone since any European capital has been the scene of sucJi another bloody coup cle palais as this at Belgrade. Here and there a learned contemporary is reminded of the later emperors and the Praetorian Guards. It isn't really necessary to go quite so far back- as that, but such stories were more famil iar in times when there were as yet no newspapers to tell them. It is simply impossible to feel about Alexarfuer as everybody not a hate mad anarchist felt about Garfield, Car not, Eliza belli of Austria, Humbert and McKinlc-y. Alexander had plenty ot natural ability, plenty of reckless cour age, an "inordinate supply of self-conceit and self-will, an inherited talent Tor and love of intrigue, but very little, of kindliness and less of goodness Xing; Milan, the graceless, clever cid scamp, knew his Servians down to th-- KMiur.u, uiu Knew, now 10 gee aionjj ( iagt year. Tne t.urrent number of the with them. They are a bad lot, and he Youth's Companion prints a po?m by was frankly a bad lot himself, and j her. There is a great deal of honor in thev understood one another, ar.d there 1 this' for ne Companion will have none in the same speech in which Sir Henry Cajnpbeil-Bannerman asset ted that 30 per cent of the people of Gr.ai Biitain lack a sufficiency of daily food he dec!. -.red that the proixjsed duties j:i grain would "reduce the prosperity cf the empire to ashes." If he should ever have occasion to revise his spee ij ljr permanent publication it woJid probabl occur to him that prosperity is Hardly the ward to apply to fucIj existing state of affairs as he describes. An Arizona Poetess. It is with gratification that continued re-cognition is given the most gifted literary woman of Arizona, Miss Shar lott M. Hall. Mis3 Hall has besn do ing some good work for many of th principal eastern magazines during the 10 Sonlii Hi!! Street. Los Angele, Cal. Telephone Ked Sot. was something like a real 'camaraderie between them. Milan's son had .his chance and made an astonishing mes of it. He ailstrong. petulant, capric ious, he offended both parlies by turn-.! and first and last trod on the toes of nearly all the sinister persons who pass at llelgrade for statesmen. At the same tinep he fatuously alienated the sympa thies of all Europe. Perhaps his end was ai pointed from the beginning, but he did not leave much undone to invite and hasten it. In the nature of things the death by violence of a reigning sovereign must always get" more or less on the nerves o' the other reigning sovereigns. It is unpleasantly suggestive. Hut Servian royalty is what Rudyard Kipling's swagger cavalrymen would call royalty i of sorts. It isn't the rial tiling. The j dynasty that ( aine to an end has . history of only eighty-six years. D was founded by a - sturdy SrnzfT, Mllosh obrenovitch, who but the best. In it Miss Hull sings; My heart was weary ycsterelay. I said: The day is long; ' The busy bum of middle clay Shuts out the morning song; The rush of myriad hurrying feet That crowd the upward slope, Have crushed the daisies into dust And spent (he dews of hope. Then 'straight within the trampled path The ager throng had trod A little purple llower unclosed. Nor pined for greener sod; And One whose load had weighted sore Looked down at it and smiled. And dreamed of woodland trails he'd loved To follow when a child. Hotel Colorado LOS ANGELES. CAL. An elegantly furnished family hotel. (Rooms only). Rest beds in town. Rooms single or en suite. Everything! new. Rates $2.r.() per week and .up. m' block from Central Park. 6.1 M: S. j I'.roadway. Hotel Antlers Tos Angeles, Cal. ' j (Rooms only); strictly first-class; new building and furniture; all outside ' sunny rooms: single or en suite. Rates 1 per week and up. I 4'l-43 W. FOURTH ST. When you visit I.OS ANGELES, if you want cool," cb-an e imfort ;.n'! Christian courtesy, coire to HOTEL GLADSTONE, Southwest corner Fifth ar.d Mr-.ir, Sis. Rooms, J3 to t'ti per week? l'hon. , elec tric lighiS, free baths. am . c. BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL Brighton Beach, Cal ' "The Socicfv Resort of the Pacific." Los AhjcIch, Col. Are the largest Manufacturers of Ready Roofing and Building Papers On the Coast. Our brands are well known : Ready Rock, Marble-Face, Granite, Rubber Sanded, Rubber Tlaxine. Send for Samples and Prices. . W. BLINN. Pres. and Gen. Manager. Southwestern Lumber Co. All .'nit- of Aimi-ciiie-nt-. Nct.'l fn.- it hue Haiiiin!:. YucliliHK mid I-VLing. Spe in 1 rules t iiniili'-. sel.KND. I tri'in ren ice to Los Aiifclt'. Kor rati , addrc.-t II. C. FRYMAN, Prop. P. O., Terminal, Cal. Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale and retail. C02 and 603 Trust Building:. Wharves and Yards: ton. Chi. Tel. Main 1112. General offices: Xos. 601, San Tedro and Wiiniir.g LOS ANGELES," CAL. Kedon'lo, 17 miles from !.o: Aneele-. reached by lb" Hcdnmlo KiC'-ric l!ilway car. S i ond and Spring : L.n Awjoles mid Pai-HM; Elect: ic ky, and the S . uta !'. F. itei-n ininuto ser - i. e; Th Rent your tent cheap. sL:-.." ami prices will suit. Send at o!i e for illustrated catalogue. Futlbe-r particular.; apply t REDON20 IM7R0YEM ENT CO., A. M. JONES. A get: I. LIT W. Second sr. Eos Asigeb. or on the grt'Ur.ds ::t R.-d-'ii.l.i. health: pleasure: com fort: eveuything new and ATTRACTIVE. A few c.-i ' Redon il'.i'.s All rai I irr.:: : Sailing Erru'is. Row Routs, Fish ing Ro its. Warm Salt Water Plunge. Fishing. Ih'.lhing, Rowling, Golf. Tennl.-i. H WHEN YOU -VISIT Southern California take the trolley rides ab.i'it !s Angeles to MT. LOWE. LONG REACH. SAX GA BRIEL MISSION. BALDWINS RANCH. PASA DENA and MONROVIA. For descriptive IxiokN t and particulars wjite agent PACIFIC ILECTRIC RAILWAY, .."0 S. Spring St. Los Angeles. y i Los Angeles Pacific Railway Co. CITRIC ROUTE Uje IMPERIAL, So. still, when bitterness and fret Wculd drown t li" melody. Some litll" leiimony steals in To set l.l'ie music free; And wo rruiy keep till eventide. The morning's joys we knew. If ever in our hearts t lie re live The daisies and tiie dew. The thermometer ought to take a tumble to itself. Philadelphia Record. It h a doleful feeling that' in time a man's grave would be lectcd were it not l )r & Atchison Globe. entirely r.eg-committee." .1 O The color of seven: vcars in vour I JJ r hair? Perhaps you are seventy, end j j you iiKc vour grav nain it not. use Ayer's Hair Vigor. In Jcg3 than a month your eray hair will be rich and dark. c.c.lZX:. Gra HOTEL RBDONDO "OLIEN 01 THE PAC I IC " RF.DONDO BEACH, CAL, 's being put in gala attire for the summer season. 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 Mreets, Les Angeles, at all hours of day and night; Reas onable rates. Address REDOX DO HOTEL COMPANY, Redon.o City. THE VAN NESS Via Flaya del Rey, Manhattan," North Manhattan and Hermosa to Redondo. Also via Hollywood, Colegrove, Sherman, Sawtclle and Soldiers Home, to Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from j company's office, West Fourth St., near Broadway. I I When in Los Angeles Visit' The largest and best establishment of its kind on the Pacific coast. Seat ing capacity 1,"."0. The best orchestra. The '-uisine best on earth. Popular prices. Music all day, which helps to d igest ye r meals. 243 S. Spring St. 1 S. Broadway. Lets Angeles. F. J. COTTA 'The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadeau Hotel. ARIZONIANS HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to 1.30. from 6 to 7:30, and frorw S to 12 nightly Best kitchen in connection. Imported ar.d domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER 5 FIEBER. Proprietors. Housekeeping Apartments & Single Rooms Tha Cass da Oro, 506-503 S. Flower St,, Los Angeles. New lmuc. new furniture, baths. Tlione. gas and electric ity. Rooms ?2. Ni per week ar.d up. 144 So. Main St.. Ixs Angeles, Cal Just opened, thoroughly renoyated and newly furnished. New plumbing. Bright and c-h"rful rooms. No invalids. Rales r.'ic per day anil ?..0H per week and up. HOTEL GRAY GABLES, Los Angeles, Cal. A hich-class American plan, family hotel for transient and permanent guests at 7th and Hill streets. Close: to business cent -r. all car lines and pl:i-es of amusement. Excellent' music. Call or send for rates. E. R. PA RM EL EE, Mgr. Phone 2COS. Hotel Savoy MRS. A. E. BERTRAM, Mgr. 405'. Scath Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. O-iposite Chamber of Commerce. YVhert in Los Angeles ' .- ' ;. Stop at LENOX CHAMBERS f. 01 S'o. Spring St. New, modem, iiii t. respectable lious."". centrally located. Ht'-::ui heat. ho mid cold water in every room. Rates lcas onable. BENJ. M'CARTNEY, Prop. HOTEL, FIGUEIOA Newly furnished sunny rooms, with excellent board, at reasonable rates; billiard room, croquet grounds and ten nis court free to boarders. 1610. South. FIgueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. White 8221. I!iwms Ping.; or Kn Puito Home Phone "l.'l With or Without Private Haths Sunset I'li'me Tree l'ublie Hnth Brown 1US llol -water all the time HOTEL JOHNSON l'J3 K. l'.Mirth bl.. on.- .Mr K.Hst el Wcstminsler I oh Angeles, nl. J. MILTON FLECK. PROP'R Sate kcHfiounble. B Jny Week or Mouth. ttv ai9-aai WEST:3RDST.- GOOD L!V!S96 losanoeles. - The Prettiest Cafe in California Large, airy, luxuriously furnished Private Dining Rooms on Second and Third floors. The leading Orchestra of the city furnishes music during the Dinner and after Theater hours. The. best the market affords, and tit".' service! unexcelled. "We wniit the -Arizona trad. ROSTER CD. LONERGAN. Proprietors.