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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", SUXDAY MOItMNG, DECEMREIt 20, 1903.
the smm mmwa. PUBLISHKP BY THE Arizona Publishing Co. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Gen. MgT Exclusive Morning Associated Fresn Dispatches. The only Perfecting Press In Artrona. The only battery of Linotypes In Arl ona. Publication office: M-M East Adams treeL Telephone No. 47) Kntered at the postofllce at Phoenix Artrona, as mall matter of the cood class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Bt mall, dally, one year I9 0 weeklv. one year J. 00 Casta In advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month 75 cts. Arizona visitor to the Coast will find The Dally Republican on sale at the fol lowing places in Los Angeles: Hollen beck hotel news stand, and B. F. Gard ner. 0S South Spring street. PHOEXIX, ARIZONA. DEC. 20, 190?. A Little Prophecy. If it becomes necessary for Uncle Pam to give Colombia a thrashing, tho national platforms next summer will contain these paragraphs : Democratic: "We denounce the acqui sition of Colombia as an outrageous agression upon a free nation. Through the rapacious greed of republican im perialism, territory in Central and South America has been wrested from a helpless and proitrate people, and th flag has been extended over a country for which the United States have no use. We c'aject to holding the Colom bians as slaves, and we do not wish to admit them to American citizenship. Wc view the situation with alarm. " Republican: "Colombia and Panama have been added to American territory, is one of the necessary but unforseen results of an unavoidable and righteous war. The hand of Providence was in it. The republican party never shrinks from responsibility. We bow to the decrees of Providence. Wc pledge the administration lo give the Inhabitants of the re.vly acquired territory the full, est measure of liberty compatible with stable government. Civilization will fellow the flag. We congT.-.tulate the country that the isthmian canal is to traverse a land over which the rtars and stripes will wave forever." And gord citizens will pay ther mon ey end tak? their choice. 'A Queen's Assertion of a Woman's Right. Viewed in the right light, there Is ho good reason why there should be a lot of exclamation because Margherita, dowager queen of Itsly, has married an engineer, or because she is 52 and the engineer is 30. When King Humbert was slain by an assassin. Queen Margherita was pros trated with grief, and her life was thought to be in danger. But the world is familiar with the fact that violent and noisy griefs sron pass away, and now that Margherita no longer mourns for the dead king, it is the natural thing for her to recover her former biio;. ancy of spirits. If she was will ing to undergo all the mortifications which were sure to fellow her mar riage outside the circles c f royalty, her former subjects should not complain. And as for the disparity cf age be tween her and her youthful bridegroom, why shouldn't a woman have the same rights as a man in that regard? It is considered entirely prcper for a man of 12 to marry a girl of 30, or even a child of 20, and often we see some ex uberant old fellow in the seventies leading a young and presumably blushing bride to the altar. And cer tainly, a woman who has ruled as queen ever all Italy should not be bar red from the privileges which are ac corded to ordinary men. A Healthy ign. In ordering "President" Moyer and one of hi3 running mates out of town because of their incendiary speeches, the peopl3 of Pueblo were strictly with in their rights. Mr. Moyer is sending emisrarics up and down the land, preaching "oiganization." Organiza tion Is all right, and the citizens of Pu eblo did a little organizing for their own protection. This loud-mouthed Moyer fellow, by virtue of his position as president of the Western Federation of Miners, has been able to woik incalculable Injury to the working miners of - Cdlorado. Strike alter strike has bsen called, and strike after strike has. failed. Two thousand five hundred miners at Crip ple Creek were called out on a strik? last August, and technically the strike ia still "on"' but the places cf the strikers were filled long ago, and the deluded men who followed the Moyer band wagon are out of work. If the miners wish to be led by Moyer, that is their privilege, and it is net the concern of the public. But the public is concerned when Moyer howls from the street corners that all prop erty should be owned in common that the men and women who work for their bread and butter and for their homes, should divide with the loafers that bread and butter and all the other fruits cf their honest labor. The people of Pueblo were concerned when Moyer and Malic h were seen to be taking the preliminary tteps which would result in a strike of the smelter employes, and It was a mere assertion of an un questionable right when an invitation was issued to Moyer and Mallch to get out cf town. The mosses in Colorado have at last turned against the trouble breeding ag itators and jawsmiths, and it is a healthy sign. A Lesson for Dr. W heeler. Tte fact that the clerk of the Univer sity of California wc3 able to steal large sums from that institution for five years showns that President Ben jamin Ide Wheeler knows more about the way the University cf Arizona ought to be run than he knows of the ways of the California, grafters. , What is the Use, Indeed? "But what's the use to talk to a board of supei visors that will tolerate n pesthouse in the heart of the city?" asks an indignant citizen in a letter printed elsev.aere in today's Repub lican. The situation Is even more in famous than he impliedly states it, for it is not a case of mere toleration. The supervisors are guilty of operating this pesthouse. tut Mr. Bowler Is a sovnd philoso pher. It is obvious that mere per suasion is lost on a board which seems to have no better or higher conception of public duty than the promotion of political graft. Accordingly, it is not worth while, apparently, to talk to the supervisors about their duties in the matter of the pest house or concerning road improvement. Mr. Rowlcr scarcely does The Re publican justice. however. Time and again, at the risk of making the subject a stale one with our readers, we have pointed out that both the supervisors and th city governme?it of Phoenix were neglecting a plain duty in their failure to improve the county roads and the city streets. As we have suggested, and as forcibly stated by our corre spondent, the cost of applying disinte grated granite to the streets and roads would be returned to the public treas ury in a little while through the lead ened expense for street sprinkling. Two railroads touch inexhaustible granite beds between Phoenix and Tcmpe. The granite Is to be had free of cost. Its transportation to town would cost but a trifle, for both rail ways' would undoubtedly co-operate it: such a needed public enterprise by charging merely a nominal freight rate. And the manual labor should) be done by the prisoners In the city and county jails. The cells of both these institutions are rilled most of the time with criminals who come here in win ter to enjoy the mild climate and prey upon the public. If they are landed in jail they regard it as no misfortune. They live high at the expense of the taxpayers, and do no work. They should be made to earn their board by working on the roads. Suggestions along this line seem to be but half comprehended by the stupid supervisors. The moment they hear of some method of making them selves useful they begin to grope around for objections and excuses. Their objection to making the prison ers work is that it would cost some thing extra for guards. More than one solution of this problem has been of fered them, but they persist in stub bornly refusing to see that it would be real economy to make these improve ments with jail labor. The average supervisor and the average city councilman as well is first of all a politician, which means that he is a moral coward. H'j may be utterly indifferent to the publ:; wel fare, but he grovels before the ward heeler who controls a half lo,;en Mex ican votes. If he is disposed to utilize the labor of the loafers in the jails, he changes his n.ind when threatened by the heeler with a lo-s of political strength if the "interests ot labor" are not protected. Of course, the remedy for this state of afairs is so plain that it needs no elucidation. It merely requires that the citizens who are not politicians the people who comprise ninety p-sr cent of tho population shall act together and assert their own powers and their own rights. If residents of the city and residents of the ranches would co operate, regardless of politics, they could elect live men to the board of su pervisors men who- have not only a capacity for business, but a real regard for the public good and the public purse and, withal, sufficient Independence of character to Ignore the political heel ers and their threats and grafts. But we see no probability that this remedy will be adopted. When men re ally capable of satisfactorily filling the important ofice cf supervisor are ap proached with requests to run for the place they refuse. The nominations go to petty politicians. Ar.d if, perchance, a. big man is nominated for supervisor by either party, he stands no bitter show of election than the inferior can didate. If he wears the republican la bel the republicans support him, and it he has the democratic tag the demo crats support him, but he gets no add ed support because of his unusual fit ness. But returnhijr to Mr. Howler's ques tion in reference to the jrsthouse: It is, of course, net worth while to talk further to the supervisors. But they are not beyond the reach of an injunc tion. And indignant oLlzens should ap ply for an injunction restraining the supervisors from operating and maln talnig that outrageous nuisance. Occasionally, n man is foond with independence enough to repel the tempter. A J.'issouii paper the other day published an item about a man and iplcted "Hon." in front of his liar;:.. The citizen wrote back: "I have been u resident of this county s nco 1866 ,avl I want to thank the people that they havenevcr rent me to 'he penitentiary, the poorhou-e ot the loeidatiM-e. You may call inc any ld thins but 'Hon.'" - r War and Geography. According to the Kansas City Jour nal, a story is going the rounds in Kan srs that in the 70 s Eugene Ware, after i prole r.sed and desperate struggle to Secure a job for a' political friend of his. finally got him. appoint:! as con sul at Manila. Where Manila was was then unknown to these two friends, and many geographies and encyclopsd-. las were read over before it was locat ed. And this is the first lime, the story asserts, that Manila was heard of in Kansas. This alleged ignorance in those days of one of th- largest capitals In the orient docs not seem wholly in credible. A couplo o" decades ago an intimate knowledge of the map of Ih'r world was possessed by only a few students and travelers. But now geography is a pop ular science. The most casual reader of the newspapers can give a fairly rc curato description of the surface of th earth with its verious people, animals, natural pi ducts and political. div'.Flrn3. Countries which to the oast jrer.craticr r.eomcd ko uir away as to be in another sphere of the universe are as well known to us as our neighboring cities. We owe the improvement in our knew ledge of geography to the expansion of trade aird commerce, and very largely also to the several wars which have waged during recent times. The tre mendous influence of immigration to our shores has also inspired many peo ple to study whence it comes, and thereby have gathered a good general Information about Europe. But war has eminently b.en the great teacher of g-ography. War news al ways makes interesting reading. The Soudan campaign and the Anglo-Boer war incited everybody to make an ex amination of the map of Africa. Our Spafdsh'war and the nuir.oious revolts and revolutions in the Latin republics have made the description of the West Indies and South and Cer.tral America a matter of common knowieJye. Th; Philippine insurrection end the -disturbances now in progress In the orK-nt ate enabling us r.ll to talk as Inteligently atrut.the islands of the Pacific, and of China. Japan. Korea and Russia as if they were states in the union. We Agree! The Phoenix Uerub'ioan o r: cent date trie?, to bivt- a little fun with th2; Sentinel on the "Age of Ann" proposi tion. While The Republican has not ventured a opinion as to th" Age cf Avmv Iheie is i.o douM that cur wise not t Kay .Mute co"ttemiorary knowj nor" about the age f Ann than it does hew to hcr.t a bond proporitlc n In the city of riioc-ivlY. Yuma Sentinel. Whether a professional politician should he calleri a Iobstpr seems to bo settled bv the fact that !obrl.-rs .nov-; side.vi.- nod ;.istr: their hooks ont- ' evorylhiiiu in ea.-b. Sir Thomas Liptcn will try for the I America's cup with Shamrcck IV. And thsy do say that LIpton's teas I were never sellirg- better. ' WALL STREET NO LONGER LEADS. A Rood deal of financial pre-.s'ire and exc itement has been noted in Wall street during the year. The country has been mainly a spectato;-. W'wW street Hurries, such as have been wit nessed in the last ew months., mav be classecl as local phenomena. What has beers described as a "rich man's panic" has troubled speculative cir cles, but has not touched the peopla generally, nor their industries. Kven the venturesome rich are still rich with a few exceptions, though an im mense amount of water has been squeezed out of extravagantly promot ed schemes. In his report just pub lished Secretary of the Treasury Shaw says that within a year the market value of stocks and bonds has depre ciated in an amount beyond the cost of the civil war, "yet notwithstanding this enormous and Inconceivable shrinkage, it has not affected in no ticeable degree other classes of prop erty." All the population are busy, failures are few; banks are strongly fortltled; mpnu'acturer.s are fully em ployed and are exporting more of their products than ever before; rail roads are turning every wheel; our foreign commerce has been surpassed in only one year, and then hut slight ly; a treasury surplus of $14,000,001 fof the present fiscal year is expected; all American dollars are as good as gohl, and the government beddings of gold ars immense. The outlook for business continues excellent. In the presence of these conditions of national prosperity, the speculative and syndicate operations of Wail street are a minor matter. Hut the,-e Is another important feature to be conridcred in connection with the de cline of the old Wall street para mountry. The west now owns itself. It is out of debt. It has surplus of cash. Its products form tho great bulk of . foreign, exports. The Missis sipi valley is the richest anil most fruitful region on the globe, and it is one of vast extent in farming, manu facturing and mining. Wall street's sensations, manipulations and combi nations have become a sidf. issue, compared with the larger fact men tioned. Tho tens of billions in sub stance can not be seriously shaken by the ups and down of, billions on paper or in watered stock. Free from debt, and with money of its own, the west regards a Wall street "panic" among big speculators with more of curiosity than concern. Industrial interests throughout the country take the eanrj view of the case, and feel the same sense of calm security. St. Louis Globe Democrat. His eyas drank.Jn the Iand?c2p3, As he was strolling by. For he was very thirsty, and It was a field of rye. The ice man's loss? is the coal man's gain. N. Y, rress, Little James (Concerning the sfforts te;i g made for the Purification of the United States Senate.) Th' Ladies of th' Country Fez 'vt they mcs' be no S'nut in th' ITnile I States t-'enit. Th' Lrdies 'at'a ca- gaged i-i th" Disinfeckshun th' Senit is mostly elderly remails 'at's orgynised into Clubs and Societies an' other Lnnwidge Veieins. Th' Young er Ladies, that is them 'at ort to be married an' aint but hopes to be some tiire, se--c 'at they ain't personly got it in fer Mister Smut, 'at they's worse men in th' Scnit 'an him. fer if what's sed about him is true he's enlarjrin' th' Home Market fer marriageable Wii;i rrir. which is of more Intrust to them 'an th' openin' of th' Torts of Mukden an' Antimg fer American Prod ax when the supply of single Wimmer. more'n ekals th' Demand fer 'em. But th' Younger Femail.-i ain't so numinous as them 'at's g've up hope of gettin' married an' don't li'4 fer other foit?s to enjoy theii selfs. They sez 'at it's bad enuff fer a man to make win Woman happy but when a 'man spreds Happynous ail around him If.ie Fer.ter fc'imit it's a crime ';t ort to !e frouned o;i by all the Onmarriaab!e Wimmen of th' Country. Th' Clubs an' Societies have wrote to th th' Senit about it an' told cin 'at they don't think 'at Senter Smut is ti proper man fer 'em to So.'hiate with: 'at he's a Pollygaminus an' ort to he sent back home to hi.s Wifes so's 'at they don't git Lonesome. Th' Clubs sez 'at they could keep Mister Smut out of the Senit if it wasn't fer wun thing. They's afeard 'at Prescient Rooreyfelt is batkin' him up. They se. 'at Mifter Rooscyfelt has got Race Suicide on th' B.-ane an' he'll resort to most unythlng to ket-p th' next Fcnsus finis showing a Kall in' Off in th' Populashun of th' United States. They sez 'at tho Pre::dent is in favor of Muitiplyin' th" Earth y'il ex cept Coloml ia an" he fer th" Divish I'li of that. Th' Wimmins Clubs hopes "at tl:cv '11 le able to overcome th' In- lli:ciuc- of th' Prcsdrr.t in th' Senit so's it '1! I o PuriSde of Smut. They sez 'at if iie's aloud to Le a S'.ater every irnn "at warns to pet up in Pollytix '11 git to lo a Pollygammus an' een th' members of th' Wiminins' Clubs won't be Safe no n-ore. Th' fic-ns of Senter Kmtit sc.i 'at he pint i'.o I'ollygnrr mtis; 'at he never had but wiMi Wiff3 i.-il th' Clubs sz 'at they Knows better. They sez 'at he's keepin' his othe- wifes hid out till lie trl. reddy to retire to Privit life an' po Lack to th' R'.r.s'.ims of his familys. They sez they':; onto him. He's just like all th' lest of th' men only worker. Some of ?h' Ministers of th' Co-pel i3 hc-Ipin' th' Wurmen tryin' to rub Smut off of th' Senit. They s -z "at they don't care if Snmt has a Milyun Wiles hat h Worships th' Lord th' 'ton- Way. They c;-n't rdt him lired fer that so's 'at th-y haf to take the only Wcppon they can rrit holt of an' ray 'ft bis Wifers i"? too Plenty. Wi n of 'cm went to th' Sentsrs an' told 'em 'at he'd jist come frum Salt I.nik an' he found the names of Seven teen of Mister Srautr; wifes, in th' City Drectnry. He rcz he was Relibly in formed 'at they was more of 'e:n scat tered all over th' State of Utah. Th' other Preeih-r:: !n S;ilt Laih. wh.m they heerd of it sez: "Wc can't en dorse them Statement. You've Decor ated th' Fax trn much. We don't know Kodaks ART 1 i v'i LOS ANGELES, CAL. LARGIST SAVINGS BANK RESOURCES OVER $5,750,000.00 K INTEREST The highett rate consistent with DIRECTORS i J. V. RAKTOKI. l'res.; M. S. II KLLMAX. V. Tres.; V. D. LONG YKAU, Cashier; II. AV. lleilman, J. A. Graves, Henderson Wayward. W. L. Graves, Wm. (L KerckholT, M. L Ficir.ing, J. 11. Shankland, Win. W. Allen, Jr. t-'pecial attention given accounts by mail. Our 1003 Atlas of the World sent upon receipt of Cc postage to cover mailing. ouliiern Galif&mia Savings Bank i t'tilHil ' 1 3i It i I A .'ii- i,; , Itank wine, l'.oor. Our new home, entire ground , at Twister t-m.ut har moron v.-i:n wile ! but we b'lieve he'd have a Rigment of 'em if l.o wusii't Afeard. You've told a Untruth." "I Know It," sez th' Freeeher, "hut it ain't no harm to lie fer th' Troo 1-V.ith. Arr.cr.." LITTLE JAMES. Jos Jefferson's Fish Story. Jfvor.h Jefferson has this story to tell of an incident that occurred at Buz zard's Bay, war his favraite fishing Vounds l"t rummer. Tho hero was a phopk.-epi-r, who, amon?r oth?r tMngs, rold fishing rod. For the purpose of r.dvertisinu them, he had a lar.cre- red hanging outfide the shop with an art' :tc!"l l'i'-h at the er.d of it. L-te one r'ht a town-man who had been din ing a bit too well, happened to see this fiah. He looked at it and then went eauticurly to the door and knocked Cently. "Who's there?" d?mnnd?d the shop-kop-r from an uppr window. "Sh-hi Don't make a noise, but come down as quietly as, you can," was the reply. Thinking something serious was'th I matter, the man dressed and stolj down ! f t Airs. "Xow, wh,a.t's the matter?'' he in cuur?d. "Hi-'t! Pail your lino In quick: you'v? sot a bite!" admonished the bibu'ous townsman. The fashion of wearing the hair hi a mop at th back of the nock has made its appeal ance. In shc:t, the high roil cn top haa slipped back, and is about to fall oft. Atchison Olob-. . PLANT callmyrna fig trees 3 (Genuine Smyrna Fig of Commerce) The only Fi that is fit for ccm- F$ mercial ir.ir;o--os. A sample box Kjl of C'alimvrna clriotl L'igs seat post- t"5 paid for 20c. "7!is Smyrna Fig z lioma a&d sLrcad" by Oo. C. lloccllnjr, S7 pares, t-iSj illustrated, sor-.t, po-apaid, 250. ' ,v!l Complete illustrated, pcner-ai fy nursery catalogue mailed fer 5c. -v:i postage. Ijf-M Fancher Creek Nurseries, ia tj PaM-up Capital. 2(.VX00 CiJ FRlSko, California. ' :-r J yet. hi..- siJ' vr v vr y -5. .y iMunev to Lodsi rit Low Jdios ' For l.nlMinc or on improved i!y pr.-,ertr. j Slatj Mutual Giiiiiir t, Lean Asfocia'.SsD I O? Lom Anpe'e, Ctl. I If von cvn;ii K lomi -ll on eur eeii, I K. '.'fATiiK. II I V Vntt r "t.. Pliee'iix. ! J. KKNKST WALK 10 R. Phoenix. and Photo Supplies, PICTURES AND FRAMING I ' m I Fll We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. H0WLAND & CO. 2,3 "SSV iwy Bank IS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. OX SAVINGS ACCOl'NTS KltO.M 1 IT AND Ci-ilVI'il-'lCATES OF 1)1-; - rosrr. safe and conservative banking v:?!!.wagaBiiA.r at mi&xjm1uBM'.i . Los Ane'eles, Cal. Assets ovsr 4 million DoSiars. Write for our booklet.- "Banking by Mail" Tells you jast how to do it. An ab solutely sale and convenient method of saving money. You can deposit in oar large strong savings tank by mail, 110 matter where -oai are. fi Q-f Interest compounded sen-.i-f f) annua liy. paid on passbook or l"X 'certificate. $1.00 starts account. Ollicers and Directors. J. II. Bral-, prest.: Cha.s. II. Toll, cashirr; A. II. Uraly,' vice prest.; J. II. OriHin, sec'y. ; J. M. Kiliott, prest. 1st Natl Ban!;, Los Angeles; W. C. Pat terson, prest. Los Angeles. .National ; II. Jevne Grocer, W. O. Wool- Southern California Advertisements LOS ANGELES PREFERRED LIST. The purpose of this column Is to supply the Arizona p'.i"lio with the nam."" and addresses of thoroughly reliable Luh Annates f-stnlilislimrTvts. Tlie list will lie found particularly valuable to those visiting llie Coast. In dealing with publican advertisers be sure to tell hem where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and so .will The Republican. COOTS AND SHOES. ! REGAL SHOES by Mail. f.TH per pair, erprss prepaid. l."0 stvles for MIJN AND WOjIISN. 144 sizns-ent j wlJtiis, one pri'-e. 5 stores. Tannery j to ooisiin'T Catalog ar.d self measure ; mat blanks on postal repast. Los An- c-ep-s store 221; W. Third St., near Broad way. A. S. Vandcirift, Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. ,T.os Ar.sjeles Cooperage Co. Tanks, bar rels and kegs. Write for prices. BUSINESS COLLEGES. BR3WNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL 953 V. 7th St.. LosAncelcs. Cal. Departments: Bookkeeping, Short hand, College Preparatory, English, Telegraphy, Spanish. Laijie gymnas ium. The only business school in the city that has lecreat'jn grounds. Send for catalogue. F. EROWIf SBERGER , Principal. LOS AN'GKhKS, CALIFORNIA. Thorough courses, high-grade work, anuftdunt teaching force, n;w and rle giiil coilesje building, ihousar.ds of suc cessful cradnates. The place to ko. W'rhtj for College Journal. E. K. ISAACS. ITf siden'. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. PILLINfJTON f'O., S12-.H4 S. Proad wav. Curtains, draperies, China ar.d .la piin mattings. All kinds of Moor covcr-ii-'cs. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. Kummel Pro?. C- Co., 110-118 K. Second St. Cnref-.illy selected help. MACHINEP.Y, ENGINES, ETC. WLSTLIlN 1RJN? WOliKS, fs-!.2 Main St., manufai't'rs crude oil engines and pumps. Complete irrigating plant.--. VULCAN IRON V.'OUKS, S17-P1!) N. ?tti in St., tnanl'rs. stamp mills, ore crusii er.;, well tnciy. General machine work. MIES RN1TU n l: A Scalers in Parlor, Dining Room, Library, 3 Bedroom, furniture: y Also Carpets, Rugs, Draperies. Lace Cutalns, etc. j Agents for Macey's Sectional Bookcases, the best j bookcase made. We also carry all kinds of Carpets, i Rugs and Draperies. Agents for Hodge's Fiber Car- J IK j. t T- - rt r pets anu -taus a very popular noor covering. m We lt;ite the people of Arizona to visit our store .when in our S city. We have again added Bix thousand feet lo our floor space. ) making a total of over seventy thousand square feet of floor space, which is fully occupied by best of everything in all lines of goods we handle. Come and see us. Uriug your friends. Mail orders promptly attended to. 439-441-443 S. Los Angeles, Cal. EE I i 13 ."i 9 I The Longest I Cheapest Roof T:i-se RaofL'-.ps are exiwt'.r r 1 E VnTstand any ciimate, heat, co'.d or rtarm. fe, -rfrmcc; in Win:nr. corrio.s l i.':5! not CjCCSV from rr-"S nn? K Any workman can lay it. No repairing necessary. h: Rolls Contain 10O SO. ft.. lOft v.T in: Inr-turlinn P.ln.lan. J P-iari .r rz 1 '. ijAul HLF 'f- Rf-iTr it yon want to rcp.ur. or build nr. 5(:n-l hr nm Tr" V" - 1 I.Irs. r.rii-rB nnd .Wrniiv.? no.Wli.t. Ifc-i.-nM-r. this is PIONEER ROLL PAPER CO., Los Angeles. Ca!. Wc also manufacture liubber r-laxinc in f.ne .;nd two ply which are cacajirr ami POULTRY SUPPLIES. I I 1IKNKV ALU FItS, St.". S. Main : Largest poultry supply house in L. S. Send for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. i I The Vernon Xursey, 4524 Central . . t ... . i m . . r, r . . . jLe., .-Aiignea. ivy.yu'i 1 1 j cidi'ous fruit and nut trees a speclalt. i Write for price list. A. YAUNKLI . ! propr. t ' Largest stock of trees In lh West. Lncalvptns, Acnrtas, Peppers. Cypres. -.etc. 1 alms, shrubs and fruit trees of ev- I cry description. Catalogues free. I f'peclal attention given to Arizona or ders Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. K. Saint, Proo.. 4"S Pasad. na Ave- line, Los Angeles. aClifornia. Pain nurseries. Established palms a rpecir.lty. EDWARD H. RUST, Grower of palms, roses, ferns, etc.. orange, lemon and deciduous trees. ITouse nnd porch decorations. 421 So'Hh Lroadway, Los Angel-;:--. Nurseries, Bank Htteet, K-sadena. SANATORIUMS. rr.lVATR IIOMT for ladies d irinsr con finement. Best of care. Homes fouint ton children. .Mrs. Lr. C. K. Smith, 7'7 lieih vue Ave. HM.T.ARI) PCLMO.VAUY SAN'ATriTt IITM. Pasadena. Cal.. Lr. W. H. P.allard. j Medical Director. Write for P-o.kiet. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRLSE Eyeglasci:3, Optical Goods ( and Draughtsmen and Surveyor's Supplies. Manufacturer and importer. Los A Keles, Cal., L:i S. spring St. i:on-et Tel. Mnln 1042. Tloine Tel . PATENTS. PATCNTS. Copyrights, tr.i''e-rmrk. Lai-els, V . S. and Foi-eifr;. P'.trinaenient "Mils proser-uted and .i-i'.nd"d. Towr.?er.d Ilros.. Uradbury 1.11:.. Los Anreles. Cal. PA.TKX rs Hazard & Harpham, Ixi Angeles. Send for free bock on parents. PEASE H n ii Bia ir' a I'J -f l. liitcKen and Office g Spring Street, I . a -s .1 MS. I 1 .1-. J? l' iU3 I Lived, Safest and for all Buildings alike, except that oar is surnireil in r.tirnrr. Wr.n-rnnrin'inr. rhrJ rip-avf! r;..-p-it-.t ff'r . tji: best JJoolins; you can buy. jiaaier frmcs. 4 E3