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T1TE A1U7.0XA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, AUG. 2, 1908.
Southern California Advertisements . .... - HOTEL MOLINE, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. 01 ECURITT SECURITY BUILIDNG 'iNQsiBANK Los Angeles OLDEST AND LARGEST IN T HE SOUTHWEST, i WE DO A BANKING BY MAIL BUSINESS AND PAY 3 PER CENT INTEREST ON ORDINARY ACCOUNTS WHICH MAY, BY AR RANGEMENT, BE CHECKED AGAINST WITHOUT PRESENTA TION OF PASS BOOK. RESOURCES OVER $20,000,000.00 ASK YOUR DEALER OR WRITE US - 109 So. Hilt St, Loa Angelct, CaL Etrong, Original, Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain or trust elans or clan absolute MERIT Its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias tic COMPLETE. A school of FORCE, CHARACTER and INFLUENCE. . prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD BURT testimonial and a vital force In the world, "B ETTERNESS" Its distinctive quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year (-begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W" ' M Is Illustrated. Interesting, Instructive. INSPIRING. HEALD'S 614 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Send for Catalogue J. W. LACKEY, Manage . SAN DIEGO SEMINARY, San Diego, Calif. A select school for girls and young women. Prepares for high .grade colleges and universities. Supe rior advantages in Voice, Music, Art. Elocution, Languages, Athletics, .Swimming, Gymnastics, etc. A most superb home with attractive grounds. School opens" Sept. ICth. Write fo catalogue. Mrs. F. A. Woodin, Uus. Mgr. South Broadway. Newly furnished, -conducted on European plan. Centrally located opposite Chamber of Commerce. Rates, 50 cents to $1.50 per day. E. J- LEE, Prop. BIMINI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, LOS ANGELES. The most curative treatment known for rheumatism, beautiful scenery, cool ocean breeze, Hot Springs water in every room: no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. Pamphlets at Republican office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical Supt ARNOTT HARNESS $10.00 to $80.00 Everything RTiaranteed. Money back if not satisfactory. Factory in Lo Anfrelea. California leather for all lues. Send for No. 10. eighty page FREE Catalogue. ARNOTT & COMPANY 112-118 So. Los Aneele St. Los AncoUs. Calif. THE NEW ROSSLYN THE NATTICK HOUSE r 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75o to $2. American. S 1.50 to 13.00. FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS First and ' Main Stt, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, 91-50 to $2.50. European, SOo to $2.00. HOLLEN BECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A, C. Bllicke. John & Mitchell. TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING. NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of Improvements made this season for the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARI2QNIANS. i HOTEL PEPPER, Los Angeles, California. .American and European plan. Seventh and Burlington Ave. Under new management. Spe cial summer rates until Nov. 1. Two blocks from Westlake Park and ten minutes from Broadway. Garage in connection free.. Cars from all depots direct to hotel. H. T. BARNETT, Manager. PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgi cal establishmc-nt, like Battle Creek Sanitarium. Absolutely the only sani tarium In Southern California having a cool summer climate; every day delightfully sunny. Overlooking San Diego Bay and the Pacific Booklet at Republican office or by writing IL W. Lindsay, Mgr, National City, CaL AGNEW SANITARIUM, San Diego, California. Handsomest and best equipped establishment of its kind in the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and combine the com forts and luxuries of the home. San Diego Is noted fur its even climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at The Re publican office. PICO HEIGHTS HOTEL, Los Angeles, Cal. Beautiful resort of Pico j'leiRhts, Los Angeles, Calif. American and European plan. Secial rates to families. All home comforts; excellent table board. Write for booklet Rorvation and lowest rates. Pico Heights Hotel, 1316 Vermont Ave. HOTEL ORANGE, newly furnished: telephone and run ning water in each room; free baths. Cars pass the door to all depots; center of theater and shopping dis tricts. Prices $2.50 to $10 per week. Special rates to right parties. Cor. Sixth & Spring Sts. Los Angeles, Cal. HOTEL ROOKWOOD, Los Angeles, Cal, Cor. 8th & Olive Sts. A mod ern family hotel with first class accommodations, close to the theater and chopping district. Green cars from Santa Fe depot pass hotel and cars from Salt Lake and S. P. depots wi thin one block. Rates 75 cts. per day up. Special rate by week or month. . , SIERRA MADRE VILLA SANITARIUM, Los Angeles, Cal. Menial. Nervous, Kpileptie, Asthmatic and general disorders. ' The oldest health resort of S"tithern California. Ideal foothifl environment. Patients tiave consultative services of entire staff of IjOK Angeles College Osteopathic Physicians. Ad drcss Dr. A. B. Shaw, Pres., 318 Clay SL, Los Angeles, or Lamada, Calif. GLENDALE SANITARIUM :' Glendale-Los Angeles, Calif. -" . A True Health Resort; Ideal, Comfortable, Summer Climate. An up-to-date establishment. Battle Creek methods of treatment. Rest, recuperation and comfort, for the sick, tired and over-worked. Beautiful, park-like grounds. Tennis, croquet and other out-door amusements. New gymna sium and treatment rooms. Reasonable rates. 20 minutes ride by electric car from heart of Los Angeles. Write for fully illustrated booklet or apply at The Republican office. J. J. WESSELS, Mgr. KNEIPP SANITARIUM San Diego, Cal. A renowned Institution. We positively cure all diseases Willi the FAMOUS KNEIPP TREATMENT without drugs or operation. For looklet and full particulars address M. A. LESEM, Manager, 2455-67 1st St., San Diego, CaL SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Season 1908. GREATEST FISHING T0URNAMENT8. Auspices Tuna" and "Light Tackle Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt ing, Golf, Tennis, etc CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves. HOTEL METROPOLE European and American lan. ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $5.00 per week upwards; $8.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Bulling, Los Aneglas, Calif. WICKENBURG NfWS (Continued from pace J- J. T. Hyder, merchant at Tempe, stopped over Wednesday In Wick- enburg to visit a day with rhls brother Charles. The gentleman was en route home from Prescott, where he left his family to enjoy the cool breezes for the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. " Neal -passed through WIckenburg Thursday on their way home to Parker. T. M. Dremman, general . manager for the Colorado River Supply com nanv at Parker, returned, to his duties Thursday. He has been visit ing his family for the past few weeks in Los Angeles. Wilmot Pentland, engineer on one of the trains over the A. & C, left Thursday for Los Angeles. A tele gram urging his ImmeGiate attend ance at the bedside of his wife, who is reported seriously ill, occasioned many regrets among their numerous friends in WIckenburg, all of whom will be glad to hear of her safe re covery. Wickenburg's poppy festival can be called for September Instead of April if It don't quit raining pretty soon. ' ' A dance will be given Friday even Ing at Garcia hall by Y. Garcia, the proceeds of which will be donated to the school fund. Jack Devine evidently is not born to go the lightning route. The latter part of last week he was doing some work in a mine near his camp In San Domingo district, but 'before leaving the tent hung hte $5 Stet son on the center pole, taking more ancient headgear for the time being. AVhile he was away a severe storm came on and when Jack re turned to camp he found his tent knocked galley west. Lightning had struck the ridge pole, and as awesult his hat looked like It had been slapped on the back of a porcupine. His bed and the walls of the tent were also pierced by hundreds of splinters. BIG SKYSCRAPERS MAY SINK NEW YORK Pressure of Giant Buildings May Be Too Great For City's Foundations- Two Thousand Feet the Limit. Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. Fourth anil Main SI American Plan Rates O cn Per Day Reopened Rooms without Bath Room With Bath $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan fl.OO per rtav and tip With bath 1.5ij and up F. O. JOHNSON, Prop. MILLS COLLEGE. For Young Women. Only Woman's College on Pacific Coast. Offers same advantages as best Eastern Institutions. Full Col legiate course. Degrees conferred. For 3 years only, the three upper classes of the Seminary Dept., offer ing preparation for Mills College, the Universities and Eastern Colleges, ; will be continued. (Accredited) Spe cial opportunities in Domestic Science, Music and Art. Earnest Christian Influenecs; non-sectarian; lall forms of healthful out-door amusements. Ideal location In beau Itiful Oakland hills. Fall term begins Aug. 12, '08. For catalogue and .Brochure ofvviews, address Mrs. C. T. 'Mills, President, Mills College P. O., Calif. - C Cor. Hope Ben H. Sixth & Streets, HOTEL ACACIA European plan. Every modern con venience; elevator service. Low sum mer rates. ' Crow, Prop- Los Angeles, Cal, America's Most Famous Summer Resort Never Hot Never Cold - . Always Delightful Coronado Tent. City BETTER THAN EVER A PARADISE FOR CHLDREN. Coronado Tent City Is located on a penisula running almost parallel with the California Coast at San Diego, with the Pacific Ocean on one pide, the Bay of San Diego and the mainland on the other. Such a location combined with the unparalleled Southern California climate insures all natural comforts. The engineering and art of man have added every luxury. Coronado Tent City is literally a city of tents and 1 Palm tent houses, large and small, furnished or unfurnished, with kltchMi tents In rear If de sired, accomodating one to eight people. Tents grouped about a common court for social or fraternal societies. A a a t . J - - 300 New Palm Tent Houses Nothing like them anywhere. Delightful to live in. Free electric lights. Free ice water. Pure mountain water piped direct to your tent. Pfrfoet sanitary conditions. it costs. New 700-foot Pleasure Pier Fine Fishing The famous Coronado Band. f Better than ever, the old favorites and some new. ones. ... .. -. , . Fine large bathing pool for children. First class Cafe, lunch counter and delicatessen. Fresh fruits, vege- Prices very reas-' I Literature sent free tells all about the place". How to get there what iieiprul suggestions. Write at once, address JOSHUA S. HAMMOND, Mgr, Coronado Tent City. Coronado Beach, California. Or II. F. Norcross, Agent, 2C4 South Spring SL, Los Angeles. Calif. tables and milk. onable. . LADIES Visit MacDonald's College of Beauty Culture, 204 Mercantile Place, corner Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. Hair Dressing, Manicuring, and Facial Massage 15 cts. uach. All branches taught. Hair manufacturing our specialty. HOTEL SANTA BARBARA. Los Angeles, Cal. Ideal place to stop. Rooms and apartments near Cth St, five minutes walk ifrom Broadway. Special sum mer rates. 433 S. Hope SL HOTEL BROADWAY COURT. 207 No. Broadway, Los Angeles. High, Cool and Comfortable. Rooms with running hot water, 60c and 75c per day up. Housekeeping suites completely furnished, J1S month up. Baths, phones, elevator, etc. Strictly modern. MISSION APARTMENTS. 202 No. Broadway, Los Angeles. Elegantly furnished housekeeping suites, buffet kitchens, private baths, etc. Single room with private bath $1.00 per day up. Running hot and cold water. Every modern conven ience. i. ( Moore & McLdlan Undertakers: and Embalm era. Lady Assistant li West Adams Street Telephone Mala 111. ENGLISH IVY AND ROSES in Pots at the GREEN HOUSE Chas Burroughs New York, July 26. Special corres pondence of The Republican. New York will Tiever have an office build ing a mile tall, in spite of alt the re cent talk to that effect Indeed It will never have one half a mile high for that matter, unless the present building code is expanded instead of contracted as the present architectural policy demands. For the limit In height of any building In New York Is now absolutely fixed at 2,000 feet, or about two-fifths of a mile, and In view of the present outcry against the latest skyscrappers It seems certain that that limit will not only never be increased but will shortly be dlmlnsh- ed. The reason that New York will never have any of the mile high bu lift ings predicted for It Is not only ar chitectural but geological. The city does not rest on a basis any too firm as it Is. Beyond a certain point . It will be absolutely impossible to rest additional weight on the underpinning of the city. The limit of this weight it has Just been figured out amounts to a foundation pressure of the enor mous amount of .fifteen tons to the square foot. On a building lot 200 feet square, which is about the limit in the already crowded downtown dis trict this will mean a maximum height of 2000 feet. Beyond this the very nature of the city's base will can a halt. Other factors, however, are likely to step in before such a limit la reached, for on a 200 square foot plot this 2000 foot high edifice would cost GO,000,000. It would weigh according to present estimates 616,000 tons, or more than twice the tonnage of the present navy. ' Moreover the wind pressure on any one of Its walls would be more than 6,000 tons. Altogether such a monstrosity is made almost Impossible by Its physical limitation and It hardly seems possible that any New York skyscrapper will ever ex ceed 1000 feet, provided of course that the present building laws are not so restricted as to make the toothpick office building out of the question. The police department Is still trying to discover whether It Is the subject of a practical Joke, or whether it has been metamorphosed into a bureau for answering conundrums in connection with the new anti-noise ordinance. The most baffling problem which has ever been put up to this department has Just developed in the question "Is It necessary for a rooster to crow?" This is looked on by some members of the force as akin to the old Inquiry as to why a chicken crosses the road. As a matter of fact, however. It is a serious problem for the new antl-nolse ordinance prohibits all unnecessary noises, and the question naturally arises as to the difference between those which are necessary and those which are not. Complaints having been lodged against various crowing roosters the police department has been forced to call upon biologists to find out whether it Is really necessary for a rooster to crow. The biologists, 'however, give no help as they merely rendered the opinion that It was as necessary as It is for a man to. sing. As a result the police further compli cated by persons who have announced that If It Is not necessary for roosters to crow It Isn't necessary for Hons to roar; and that if this question Is de cided against the barnyard fowl they will proceed to put the Zoo out of business. Already Chief Bingham's men have been deluged with com plaints from flats and apartment houses against crying babies, 'pianos, coughing Invalids and the like, all of which are alleged to be the cause of unnecessary noises and therefore pun ishable under the new ordinance. Meanwhile the police are wondering whether it Is possible to differentiate between necessary and unnecessary noises and chiefly as to whether a rooster renders himself liable to ar rest by crowing at night put forward than that recently made by City Physician Gerbert to the ef fect that aix beers a day are too much for any man. The Bowery, being the center of the beer belt, naturally takes an acute interest In the question, but that any man should hold six beers the limit Is entirely beyond the com prehension of Its leading citizens. One of the most prominent of the Bowery Ites. Mr. "Suds" MacFee, known for his temperance on all subjects, has come to the support of Dr. Gilbert, in that he believes In a limit to beer which can safely be consumed by thirsty In dividuals. On the amount, however, he and Dr. Gilbert differ widely, for "Suds- would make the limit thirty glasses a day, or 210 of the Bowery schooners every week. Many of his brethern, however, consider this puer ile. "Chuck" Connors expressed him self freely to the effect that if Gilbert's liinjt was ever applied to the fire de partment the horses would be going to fires alone. When asked If he could consume more than six beers without showing the effect he became angry. "Me drink six" was his retort. 'Why I only been off de blankets an hour and I've planted fifteen pots." But while "Chuck" is a consistent perform er he is held to be In the kindergarten clas compared with such prominent Boweryltes as "Galway Paddy" and "Hoxle Clark." The former once con sumed seventy-six goblets of beer in six hours and then to complete the wager walked a chalk line. This per formance still stands as the record. Mr. Stutt McDerraott, another thirsty resident of the lower East Side, aver ages around 50 glasses a day and says that he considers himself on the wa ter wagon when consuming less than twenty. In view of these facts it is no wonder the Dr. Gerbert's dictum has been the cause of much mirth on the Bowery. New York has made a by-word of the assertion of Dr. Wiley of pure food fame that bad bread is respon sible for more divorces than any other single cause. Queries of "How's wifie's bread?" are a common saluta tion In the resorts along the Great White Way. Those who treat the subject seriously assert that the gov ernment scientist made a bad guess. David Graham Phillips, the novelist. who Is regarded as something of an expert in this subject since his ex posure of the Inside workings of the divorce microbe In his latest story. 'Old Wives for New," insists that bad cooking ranks no higher than sixth in the causes of divorces in New York. As a result of his in vestigations he places the most com mon reasons for the rupture of mari tal ties In this order: Extravagance, clubs, drink, too much mother-in-law. bridge whist, and bad bread. Bridge whist by the way is becoming more and more a common cause for di vorce since It Is stated that one bus iness failure out of every seventeen In New York Is caused by the gamb Ing propensities of wives and their iiousness "f har ,d your Talnablfl Ciart and flaJ ' th-m pisrr-. Cimlan'i io without tfieia. 1 used them l"t mom time f'r nrtU"iuo" auJ bit- . iousnean n4 am w rompl'l-lj rnr4. Kecuni- ' mend tiieiu to everyoae. Ouc tried. Ja will JUward . Marx. Albaay. JC. I. Best for ; r "ay ineoowei -a CAMrVCATrtajmC Plaart. PaUtable. PntMit. TaataGnod. DoOood, Hor Sickea. Wn orbripa. IKe. .Sfc.Snr old in bulk. Tb cenuin tablet tamped C C U. . Guaranteed to care or yoar money Sterlinc Remedy Co., Chicago or K.Y. 6ot j AXXUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES Inability to win. Whatever it may think of Its own shortcomings In . this respect, New York Is certain -that such a cbmmonplace cause as " that advanced by Dr. Wiley that is: bad bread is entirely without the" pale of Its consideration. The chances are twenty to one against being blown up in New York by the Black Hand Society. At least these are the odds quoted by the famous Lloyds, which has lately , achieved considerable notoriety by writing "Insurance" on the forthcom- ing election. While Wall street has : a very black eye as a result of its willingness to gamble on so-called securities the famous English under writers' association has given New York a lesson in the gentle art of gambling by its latest step. Practi cally, what the English agency is , willing to do is to bet that the Black Hand is bluffing but various per- , sons who have received threatening letters from this mysterious society are tiot entirely reassured by this view. Black Hand outrages have be- . come so frequent that many persons who have received letters marked confidential containing the pleasing ' Information that unless they pay forthwith a large sum of currency -themselves, their families and the : buildings they live in will be blown into smithereens, have been availing themselves of the new English insur- ance as a protection against explo sive death. In one sense it is really a good sporting chance for as is welf " known death as a result of Black Hand bombs Is of common occurrence' In certain sections of the city. From the standpoint .of Lloyds, however, the matter is merely one of relative chances on which the association is willing to bet twenty to one that the Black Hand won't get you or your., house whether you do or don't watch out LOXGACRE. (Q (Q CONTAINS 1 NO MERCURY Medicines containinff Mercury are often p-iven to persons suffering; with Contagious Blood Poison, and so powerful is the action of this drug thaflit 1 frequently removes the symptoms in a short while, and shuts the disejse up in the system to do gTeater damag-e to the delicate internal members. ' When, however, the treatment is left off, the disease always returns, and the patient finds that his health has been injured by this powerful mineral, and he is often left with weak stomach, disturbed digestion, mercurial rheuma tism, etc. The action of S. S. S. is entirely different. It contains no Mercury, nor any other harmful drug, but is made entirely of healing. cleansing roots and herbs. It cures Contagious Blood Poison by removing . the virus from the blood. It searches out every particle ol the poison and does not leave the least trace for future outbreaks. S. S. S., ia addition to curine the disease, builds up and strengthens every part of the body. Its fine tonic effects tone np the stomach and digestion, improve t'ae appetite and regulate the entire system. Home treatment boolc containing valuable information about the different stages of the disease and any medical advice desired sent free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. M lllllllll h ,.mh 1 1 HnM h H 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 M H II 11 1 1 1- WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. 4 1 IH 1 lllllllll 1 I M 1H II 1 1 Mill H UIW 1MIHII III !! Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods dally. Staver, Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Tumbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and heavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks, Suit Cases and everything In leather goods. Na vajo Blankets In all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. . . , , j4 Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. Xaat Adams St, Mxt door to Adama HotaL According to the views held on the Bowery no funnier statement was ever THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE BIGHT PLACE TO EAT. IWrH b open day and night Short orders and regular meala. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 Wait Wa.h. St. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. :1