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THE ARIZONA BBrUBLlOAN: MOTJDAy MOIUTCKO, JULY 20, 1903. THE ARIZOM REPUBUCM. PUBLISHED BT THH Arizona Publishing Co. CEO. W. VICKKR3. Pres. and Pen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Th only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arl aena. Publication office: 36-38 East Adams Street. Telephone No. 471 Entered at the poetofflee at Phoenix. Arizona., aa mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. By mall, dally, one year 900 Weekly, one year -w Cash In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month W cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing places In Los Angeles: Hollen beck Wei news stand, and B. P. Gard ner. MS BOUin oprux iiictu S PHOENIX. ARIZONA. JULY 20, 1903. The Diplomacy of John Hay. The success of Secretary Hay in se curing assurances that the 'open door" policy will be followed in Manchuria instantly received the warm praise it dejserved from European newspapers and statesmen. Here at home, we are so accustomed to regarding such suc CPf)!P3 as a matter of course that due appreciation is likely to be lacking. But the fact remains that to gain entry for American good through the ports of Ta-Tung-Kao and Moukden into densely populated Manchuria is one of the greatest victories which American diplomacy has achieved. All states men look upon awakened China, with her 400.000,000 of people, as the greatest field in all the world for the expansion of trade. Precognition of its Importance led the leading nations of the old world to begin years ago to maneuver for ad vantages. At vast expense sovereign ty over ports was obtained, and the same were fortified, and preparations have been made on a tremendous scale hv Great Britain. Germany, Russia and France to extend and foster the trade of their manufacturers and mer chants. These nations have regarded It necessary to establish strong military- bases on the Chinese coasts to back up their several policies, but the government of the United States, with out a dollar of expenditure, and with out resort to the blufteting tactics gen erally regarded as essential in the far east, has quietly obtained every ad vantage that any other nation could hops for. Russia, of course, is keenly disap pointed at the outcome. For many years it has been the settled purpose of the czar's government to gain ex clusive privileges in. China, and not withstanding all the smooth promises to the contrary'. Russia long ago made up her mind to grab the entire prov ince of Manchuria and close every ManchurlaiT port against all other countries. Without beir.g able to make much Impress upon American senti ment. President McKlnley. Secretary Hay, the late Senator Davis of Minne sota, Senator Lodge, and a few others of our leading men, accepted a decade ago the view that in China more than anywhere else In the world was it ne cessary to make efforts for the expan sion1 of American trade, and they were convinced that were Russia, Germany, France, and other protection countries permitted t& have a free hand in deal ing with tha Chinese government the United States ultimately would be barred out of the best Chinese terri tory remaining available for trade de velopment; and thj they regarded as a disaster which must be averted at any cost short of war. President Roosevelt has taken the same view, and very patiently Secretary Hay has labored to gain a victory for the Amer ican policy. Russia, having still the physical possession of Manchuria, may show her teeth finally, and decline to accede to the arrangement between Secretary Hay and the Chinese gov ernment to which she now ostensibly gives her approval, but it cannot be doubted that a firm policy on the part of the administration will force acqui escence. And it should be remembered that this latest achievement is only one of a long list of brilliant victories that have been gained by John Hay in the world of diplomacy. Beyond, question, Secretary Hay is one of the ablest dip lomats In the world at this time, and it Is doubtful whether the United States at any period has had the services of a man of greater talent and force. Mr. Hay's training has been of the best. As private secretary to Presi dent Lincoln he had a splendid school ing in public life and in all the phases of diplomacy. Then, as secretary to different embassies abroad, and final ly, as minister to England, he gained experience and acquaintances of Ines timable value In, his work at the head of the! state department. His career is one of the best possible arguments in favor of training bright young Ameri cans for the diplomatic Service. of perjury in the evidence concerning the details of Charlie Fair's death is quite of .the expected order. It Is possible, after all, for a pugilist to be of some account after he re forms. Jake Stelzner, formerly a prize fighter, and now a member of the po lice force of San Francisco, rescued a child from under the wheel. of a ca ble car, the other day. For the first time In history, a requi sition was made on the United States treasury for nickels and pennies by the sub-treasury at San Francisco, on Thursday last. The day of the nickel and the copper cent has arrived in Cal Ifornia. and we suppose the time will come when' Arizona also must reconcile hers If to "coppers. " We don't expect Uncle Sam, and John Bull to go to war over the islands seized by our men of war off the north ern coast of Borneo. The "wild man from Borneo" long ago lost all his drawing powers, and if the sixteen newly acquired Islands are good for anythng but wild men we are ready to be shown. Undoubtedly, there have been some fine things on Wall street's bargain counter during the past few days, but the average man will have more money if he lets the game alone and refuses to be tempted by "bargain days" when the holders of stocks are in a panic. The settlement of the elder Fair's estate made the reading public fa miliar with the headline, "More per jury In the Fair case," and the news from Paris that there has been a lot CURRENT COMMENT THE ONLY ENGLISH POPE. Adrian IV. was th only Englishman ever elected pope. He had a most sin gular name Nicholas Brakespeare. He Is said to have left England as a beg gar, and to have become a servant or lay brother in a monastery near Avig non, in France, where he studied with such diligence that in 1137. at the age of 3i, he was elected abbott. Pope Eu genlus III., that brilliant ascetic, soon discovered his merits and made him a cardinal bishop. In 1154 he was elected pope against his own) Inclination, and received the formal congratulations of Henry II. It was Adrian IV. who forced Frederick I., of Germany, to hold his Ftlrrup while he mounted, his horse, though It took two days to make the emperor yield the desired homage. It is said! that Frederick prostrated himself before the pope, kissed his foot, held his stirrup and led the white palfrey oni which he rode. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS The American National Bank OF LOS ANGELES, CA.L. Cor. Broadway and Second Sts. Paid up Capital, $1,000,000 OFFICERS: W. F. Botsford President W. J. Washburn. .Vice President T. R. Newlin Vice President J. G. Mossln Vice President W. J. Doran Vice President T. W. Phelps Cashier C. M. Wood... Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: W. F. Botsford. It. E. Hunt ington, M. J. Connell, J. A. Muir, Epes Randolph, W. J. Washburn. Homer Laughlln, Walter S. Newhall, T. E. New lin. Dr. Jno. R. Haynes, H. C. Wltmer. Tha most centrally located safe deposit and storage vaults in the city. ANOTHER PIED PIPER NEEDED. A Pied Piper of Hamelln is badly needed in Edinburgh by the Princes street hotelkeepers. Just now they are pestered by an invasion of battalions o rats swarming from an ivy-clad bank In the gardens laid out some time ago for decorative purposes by the corior ation. Ire this secure retreat the rats pass the day, issuing forth at night and finding their way to the hotels across the street by means of old drains. So told are the Invaders that some have been seen climbing up the water pipes on the hotel fronts, and entering the open windows. Every de vice known to rat catching has been employed for their extirpation, but in vain. The latest agent introduced to carry on the battle is the mongoose, of which large numbers have been im ported by the distressed hotel managers. HHjlj WORK HE HAD OVERLOOKED. A Swedish missionary who was en deavoring to gain a foothold in Abys sinia was brought before King Mene lek. who asked him why he had left his home in- Scandinavia In order to come to Abyssinia. The missionary replied that he had come to convert the Abys sinia Jews. "Are there no Jews In your country?" asked Menelik. The mis sionary admitted that there were a few. "And in all the countries that you have passed through did you find no Jews or heathen?" the king con tinued. Jews and" heathens, the mis sionary admitted. were plentiful. "Then," said Menelek to his guards, "carry this man beyond the frontier and let him not return until he has converted all the Jews and heathen which lie between his country and mine." WAS TWEED'S BANQUET HALL. The once famous Tweed banquet hall in the basement of the New York city hall, is now used as a storage room for the city record office. When Tweed owned the city government he would sometimes give secret banquets to the aldermen and other city officers. These mysterious features took place in a big room in the basement, into which no prying eye could pierce, and from which no sound could reach a listening' ear. There was a large cooking range in the room, and on that all the food was cooked. At another period in the history of the city private prize fights were fought to a finish In the same room. But the glory of ancient history has departed from the place and it Is now reduced to base business purposes. A t 4 I t LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. $ i Farmers & Merchants National Bank ui 10s Angeiev vat, lur. main anu vwhiwiciubi Capital - - - $1,000,000.00 500,000.00 Bonds 2.000,000.00 $8,943,656.99 Surplus . -U.S. Gorernment and other 1 ti rst-clasH Available Assets Marvli 'Jtli. I9U.1 DIRECTORS TsaUs W. Hcllman, W. JT. Perry. Herman W. Hellman, Wm. Lacey, I. N. Van Nuys, H. E. Huntington, J. Baruch, J. F. Francis, O. W. Chlids, J. A. Graves, I. W. Hellman Jr., C. E. Thorn, C. A. Ducommun, N. V. Stowell. Social iaf Deposit Daoartmant t A Storage Vaults. I. ---------,.t..ti.Tii rVT'l'Ti"1 I I I ' GERMAN-AMERICAN SAYINGS BANK Cor. Maia d CAP! I At S200.000 00 A SSI IS OVII S4.00O.0UO. 00 SlWPltS $200,000.00 The Largest Savings Institution Ir. Capital and Surplus on the Pacific Coast out side of San Francisco. Pay 4 per rfiit on .Irpnaiu. OFFCERS AND DIRECTORS M. N. Avery, President; Uall B. Johnson. Vlce Prnlderit; C. N. Flint. Second Vice-President: P. F. Schumacher. Cashier; O. W. Llchtenherger, Asst. Cashier; L. W. Blinn. A. C. Blllcke. H. W. Stoll, Victor Ponet. Dr. Jos. Kurtz. Broadway Bank and Trust Company Warren Glllelen. President. R. W. Kenny, Cahier. Geo. I. Cochran, Vice Prest. BRADBURY BUILDING, LOS ANGELES. CAL. Paid up rapItHl tfSO.noo Surplus and undivided profits $100,000 Directors R. C. Gillls, Warren Glllalen. Geo. W. Walker. Geo. I. Cochran. Chas. H. Howland. W. E. Cummlngs. ft. W. Kenny, Dr. W. W. Beckett. Col. W. W. D. Turner. Transacts a general commercial banking business. This bank acts as trustee for bond Ispues. Santa Catalina Island. 3 1-2 Hours from Los Angeles. Season 1903. THE FAMOUS CANVAS CITY IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Under Beautiful Shade Trees, with an Entirely New Equipment. Per fect Sanitary Drainage. DAILY CONCERTS BY OUR MARINE BAND OF 30 ARTISTS. Pleasureable Outdoor Pastime, Boating;, Bathing, Fishing. Golf, Etc. HOTEL METROPOLE, with modern appointments, is open the year round. THE ISLAND VILLI One hundred comfortable canvas cottages without board. Reservations made. Address, BANNING CO., 222 So. Spring St , Los Angeles, or J. B. Banning, Gen.Supt. Santa Catalina Island Co., Avalon, California. HOTEL GLENMORE. Enlarged and improved, all new and fiesh. A roof - pagoda at an elevation of 75 feet, giving a magnifi cent view of the entire circle of hills and water front. Rooms with board or without board, kept In strictly first-class order. Boom and board, S1.S0 to $2.00 per day. Table and service Is not excelled at the rate. E. J. WHITNEY. Pronr.. Avalon: Ths K. B. jS7 Piano. jZ? A perfect piano In all Its parts perfect tone, power, beauty; all that the true music lover enjoys and demands. Kranich & Bach pianos have been made anil used since 1864 nearly 40 years. Easy terms. Mr. Paul Morgan, an experi enced piano tuner, is represent ing us In the territory. Mr. Mor gan may be reached through General Delivery, Phoenix. GEO.J.BIRKELCO. 345-347 S. Spring Stieet Las Angeles, Cal. fa erlFADTent City. Is the most jxipular Pat ifie Coast Resort. Best loatinpr. bathing: and fishing known anywhere. Meal. l-'c and up. Regular four-course meal only 2lic. Maximum charge per person for furnished tent 50c per day. LIFE IN A TENT is most enjoyable. -Try it once and see. HOTEL DEL CO HON A DO always open. Rates until Vtc ember as low as J.'.jO per day, Ameri can plan. Coronado Agency tf . F. Norcross, Agent. 200 So. Spring St., Ixs Angeles. Special It. R. rats from all polrts (yourself nnd bagg.ipe) direct To CORONADO TENT CITY. Ask for Coronado Ticket. LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. The purpose of this column Is to supply the Arizona public with the names and addresses of thoroughly reliable L os Angeles establishment. Th list will b found particularly valuable to those v isiting the Coast. dealing with Re publican advertisers be cure to tell them where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and so will The Republican. regal shoes by Mail. James Jones Go. Brass Works 13.75 PER PAIR. CARRIAGE CHARGES Tetotoone a'" SA?9 tAr f RtL PRH'PAII). 144 different fittings, 150 EV1?, RAILROAD BRAS SUP- styles. Self-measurement blanks and FLIS. Brass steam fittings, fcrasa Spring catalogue free upon request. v?;e- Irrigation valves offica and bank Los Angelea Store. 22J W. Third St. railings, plumbers' specialties. Prompt A. 8. VANDKORIFT, Manager. SBt AGRICULTURAL IMPX.E atKNTS. SCRAP BRASS and COPPER. ARNOTT & COMPANY. Los Angeles PATENTS Cal. Vehicles, Farm Machinery. Mail PATENTS ConvrlK-hta tnd.ni.rkL orders solicited. Write lor catalogue. Labels. U. 6. anil "Foreign. Infringement . . ' suits prosecuted and defended. Townsend OABP2T8 AND RUGS. Bros.. Bradbury blk.. Los Angeles. Cal. T. BILLINGTON CO.. S12-314 8. Broad- PATENTS-Hazard & Harsham. Lot way. Curtains, draperies. China and Ja- Angeles. Send for free book' on patents, pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover- POULTRY SUPPLIES EMPLOYMENT AQBNTS HENRY ALBERS. 315 S. Main St. Hummel Bros. & Co., 116-118 E. Second S1"??1 Pou,try supply house in U. S. St. Carefully selected help. ecna Send for free catalogue. MRS. B. a HAWLEY. 2M S. Broadway. SANATORIUM3 bpecial attention to Arizona orders. PRIVATE HOME for ladies during con- " finement. Best of care. Homes found for FORTIN & HAWKINS VuedAve. Mr Dr C' E- 8mUh 727 The Los Angeles Employment BALLAKi PULMONARY sanatorium. ,,,. PaMdena, Cal , lr. W. H.' Ballard, Madical Hustlers. M rector. Write for Booklet. Large gangs a specialty. Both phones BARRELS AND TANKS. Main 419. 104-106 N. Los Angeles st. Los angclet Cooperage Co. Tanks, b.rrrl. Mentlorv Republican In writing. aad eK. Wrlie for prices. MACHINERY, ENGINES. ETC. OPTICAL POOPS WESTERN IRON WORKS. 90S-93 N. . ADOLF FRESE Main st.. manufact'rs crude oil engines Eyeglasses, Optical Goods and and pumps. Complete Irrigating plants. Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. VULCAN IRON WORKS 917-919 N Manufaeurer and importer. Los An- Maln st.. manfrsi stamp mills, ore crush- ?le8 CaI- 126 S. Spring St. Sunset ers, well tools. General machine work. Tel. Main 1042. Home Tel. 1042. HEALTH IS WEALTH. The Knelpp Water Cure, Osteopathy, Hydropathy, Naturopathy. Electric. Electric Light, Steam and Vapor Baths. Scientific Massage. Swedish Movement. The latest German and Swedish treatment for Gout, Rheumatism. Nervous and all Chronic Dis eases, especially female diseases; also appendicitis. NO DRUG! NO KNIFE! The Naturopathic Institute, j 417 West Fifth Street, phone joseph 4951. ' LOS ANGELES, CAL. DR. CARL SCHILTZ, Nat. Phys., D. 0. THE BLRNAP, n Dletfo, Col. Centrally located, all electric cars p:iss the door, lrge. sunny nxmis. Ev erything new. appointments first class. Itutes &0c to $1.00 per day. Special rates by week or mur.th. Third and 1 struts. WM. THOMAS, Propr. Ills Kodaks and Photo Supplies We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalonie HOWLAND & CO. 2,3 THERE ARE MANY IMITATIONS ..BIT ONLY ONE.. Rednndo, 17 milei from Lou Aun-.W, rem he.l by th- ICel-nii KIwtric kHilway car, Srond nnd Spring; !. . ng.ile snd P.c.fii" Electric tsy, and the dnia Kv. Filieeu lniuuu- scrU-e; Hotel Colorado LOS ANGELES. CAL. An elegantly furnished family hotel. (Rooms only). Best beds in town. Rooms single or en suite. Everything new. Rates $2.50 per week and up. One block from Central Park. 621V4 S. Broadway. Phoat 2003. Hotel Savoy MRS. A. E. BARTRAM, Mgr. 405 Scath Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Opposite Chamber of Commerce. THE DOWAGER BEING MODERN IZED. It is only about three years since the dowager empress of China loathed for eigners and everything foreign, but In that time the Chinese court has been modernized in many ways. At a re cent entertainment in her palace at Peking the Misses Yu Keng, the two daughters of an ex-minister to Paris, danced a minuet dressed as a French peasant bey and girl. On the same evening- four Chinese princesses went through a quarifrllle, the empress look ing on with evident pleasure. Not so long ago a Chinese woman who dressed as a man brought lasting disgrace on herself and her relatives. o BBBCHER'S DOUBLE. The first fishing rod manufactory In the UniteJ States was that of John Mitchell & Son, established at 26 Van dam street lml837. When John Mitchell died his son William continued the business, admitting his son, William A. Mitchell, to partnership in 1SS3. For fifty years the little shop in Vandam Ftreet was famous. William Mitchell was a man of noble proportions and Ftriklng physiogmony. He was called "Beecher" by his closest friends, ow ing to his startling resemblance to the immortal Henry Ward. New York Preys. The fellow who Is always asking somebody else to put in a good word for him Is seldom worth the trouble. Philadelphia Record. THE WEID. 761 So. Main St., Los Angeles. Opposite P. O. Sunny rooms by day, week or month, reasonable rates. Prop. Transient Mrs. J. M. rooms at Whetler, HOTEL FIGUEROA Newly furnished sunny rooms, with excellent board, at reasonable rats; billiard room, croquet grounds and ten nis court free to boarders. 1610 South Figruroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. Tel. White 8221. Redondo Bent your tent cheap. Th sizes and prices will suit. Send at once for illustrated catalogue. Further particulars apply to REDONDO IMPROVEMENT CO.. A. M. JONES. Agent. 217 W. Second St. Los Angeles. Or on the grounds at Redondo. ' HEALTH! PLEASniE! COM TORT: EVERYTHING NEW AND ATTRACTIVE. A few of Kedon do's Attractions: Sailing Boats. Row Boats, Fish ing Boats, Warm Salt Water Plunge. Fishing. Bathing, Bowling, Golf, Tennis. Tent City RUBEROID ROOFING B Mldlngs "-vued with RUBEROID are 10 per cent coolei In summer than when metal or composition and gravel are used. Guaranteed to resist the severest expan sion and contraction. Equally adapted to flat or pitched roofs. If your dealer does not carry It. write to us for earn pies and prices. "None genuine unless bearing the Registered Trade Mark. Ruberoid,' stamped across the roll about every 4 feet." BLAKE, MOFFITT L.ot Anselca. Ci 6c TOWNB HOTEL REDONDO, Redondo Beach, Gal. The very finest hotel service in a newly renovated, comfortable hotel. Sum mer rates $2.50 per day and up; $12.50 per week and up. All forms of outdoor nnd' indoor amusements; frequent electric service from Second and Spring streets, Los mgeles at all hours of day and night. REDONDO HOTEL CO., Redondo, Cal. " BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL, Brighton Beach, California "The Society Resort of the Pacific.' All toils of mntenient. Noted for 11m fine limbing. Yachting and Fishing Sped! ratfl to families. SPLENU.I tiain service to bos Augeie. Kor rates, aildtx-ks H. HOTEL CORONA. N. E. corner 7th and Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Summer Rates. Rooms Flnli. or En Bulte Home Phone 2491 With or Without Private Bathn Sunset Hhone Free Public Baths Brown 102 Hot water all the lime HOTEL JOHNSON 1.3 E. Fourth St.. one door East of Westminster hot Ahgules, Cal. J. MILTON FI.EdK, PROP'R Kate Reasonable. Bv Jav Week or Month C. FRTMAN, Prop.. P. 0., Terminal, Cal. Lr. W. BLINN, Prei. and Gn. Manner. Southwestern Lumber Co Lumber and Mill Work, wholesale and retail. C02 and 603 Trust Euilding. Wharves and Yards: ton. Cal. Tel. Main 1112. General offices: Nos. 601. San Pedro and Wllminff LOS ANGELES. CAL SPEND YOUR VACATION at YE ALPINE TAVERN, the finest mountain resort In California. 5.000 feet above sea level in the heart of the Sierra Madres. Quick' transportation to Los An geles by rail. Write agent PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY, 250 South Spring Street, Los Angeles. Los Angeles-Pacific Railroad Co. TKJTJ T lyC Ti Now open for summer tourists, new 1 X1JL1 J Jlml X X Ju and strictly up-to-date apartment house. Two large rooms giving conveniences- of five-room flat. Completely furnished, linen, china, etc. A fully equipped kitchen, with gas range in each suite; also private bath. Telephone service. The rkost complete and unique little homes on the coast. Near all car lines. Rates reasonable. THE JAMES. 943 South Kill Street, LosAnqeles. When In Los Angeles stop at HOTEL BROADWAY, Convenient to all Car Lines, Theaters, Shopping District, etc. European plan. Newly refitted and up-to-date service. GEO. A. EASTMAN. Proprietor. NEAR S. P. DEPOT. NEW HOUSE NEW FURNITURE. THE AVON DALE. Rooms at Social Summer Rates. 512 Crocker St.. Los Angeles. Cal. Mrs. Ida Markham. Propr. HOTEL CLARENDON. Select Family and Transient Hotel. American or European I'lan. 408 South Hill Btreet. Los Angele', Cal. Telephoa Red 3851. -2 IIIW-Z 219-221 WEST 3ET GOOD LIVING LOS ANGELES. The Prettiest Cafe in California Large, airy, luxuriously furnished Private Dining Rooms on Second and Third Moors. The leading Orchestra of the city furnishes music duiinsr the Dinner and after Theater hours. The best the market affords, and the service unexcelled. We want the Arizona trade. KOSTER cd LONERGAN, Props. CITRIC ROUTE Via Playa del Rey, Manhattan, North Manhattan and Hermosa to Redondo. Also via Hollywood, Colegrove, Sherman. Saw telle and Soldiers' Home t Santa Monica and Ocean Park. Electric cars run every fifteen minutes from company's office. West Fourth St., ne ar Broadway. vwtfce IMPERIAL The largest and. best establishment of Its kind on the Pacific coast. Seat ing capacity 1,250. The best orchestra. The ruislne best on earth. Popular prices, ihusic an aay, wmcn neips to a lgest i t lr meals. 243 S. SDrlntr St. 242 F. J. COTTA S. Broadway, Los Angeles. The Palace Cafe and Restaurant Opposite the Nadeau Hotel. ARIZONIANS1 HEADQUARTERS Concerts every day from 12 to 1.30.from 6 to 7:30, and from 8 to 12 nightly. Best kitchen in connection. Imported a nd domestic beers on draught. SCHNEIDER t F1EBER. Proprietors. Hellenbeek Hote. Headquarters for Arizonians. Corner Second and Spring Streets, Los Angeles, California A. C. BILICKE CO., Props. 110 L LGVY'S DINING PARLORS. Fresh FiaH and Shell Fish Our Specialties. Thoroughly modern, centrally located, excellently equipped, skillfully man aged, popul arly priced. LF.VY'- 111 W. Third St. 2C3 S. Main. LOS ANGELES. OAIl HOTEL yENDOME, Rooms only. Conveniet to all car lines. All outside rooms. Private baths. Rates moderate. Traction cars from either depot pass within half a. block of the house. 231 South Hill St.. Los Angeles. . 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.