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URGES PEOPLE
TO GIVE THANKS
PRESIDENT ISSUES ANNUAL
PROCLAMATION
Thursday, November 30, Set Aside ai
Day for Expression of Gratitude
for Plentiful Times and
Mercies Received
Py Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2.-Th« presi
dent today issued his proclamation
naming Thursday, Nov. 30 next, aa a
day for thanksgiving.
The proclamation follows:
"By the president of the United
States of America. A proclamation:
"When nwirly three centuries ago
the first settlers came to the country
which has now become this great re
public, they faced not only hardship
and privation, but terrible risk to their
lives. In those grim years the custom
grew of setting apart one day In each
year for a special service of thanks
giving to the Almighty for preserving
the people through the changing: sea
eons. The custom has now become
national and hallowed by Immemorial
usage.
Should Observe Da/ of Pralae
"We live in easier and more plenti
ful times than our forefathers, the men
Who with rugged strength followed the
rugged days; and yet the dangers to
national life are quite as great now
us at any previous time in our history.
It is eminently fitting that once a year
our people should set apart a day for
praise and thanksgiving to the Giver
of good, and, at the same time, that
they express thelrl thankfulness for
the abundant mercies received; should
manfully acknowledge their shortcom
ings and pledge themselves solemnly
and in good faith to strive to overcome
them. During the past year we have
baen blessed with bountlfu crops. Our
business prosperity has been great.
"No other people has ever stood on
as high a level of material well-being
as ours now stands. We are not
threatened by foes from without. The
foes from whom we should pray to be
delivered are our passions, appetites
and follies; and against these there is
always a need that we should war.
Seta November 30
"Therefore, now, I set apart Thurs-
Hay, the 30th day of this November,
as a day of thanksgiving for the past
and of prayer for the future, and on
that day I ask that throughout the peo
ple gather In their homes and places of
worship and, in rendering thanks unto
the Most High for the manifold bless
ings of the past year, consecrate them
selves to a life of cleanliness, honor
and wisdom, so that this nation may
do its allotted work on the earth in
a manner worthy of those who founded
it and of i those who preserved it.
"In witness whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal
of the United States to be affixed.
"Done at the city of Washington, this
second day of November, in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hun
dred and five, and of the independence
of the United States the one hundred
and thirtieth.
"THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
"By the President.
"Elihu Root, secretary of state."
CITY IS NOT BUYING PARKS
Committee From Sixth Ward Meets
With Little Encouragement
From Mayor
Members of the park commission
•will always be found In a receptive
mood when citizens Insist on donating
land for parks but when the commis
sion is asked to spend money for the
purpose of acquiring land for that pur
pose the members will probably acquire
a. certain hardness of hearing.
This, in effect, was the statement
made by Mayor McAleer to a commit
tee of Sixth ward residents who ap
peared before the commission yester
day morning with a proposal that the
city purchase ten acres of land In the
Sixth ward and improve It as a park.
The land is known as the 80-wen &
Dalton tract and lies east of Central
End north of Vernon avenues. The
committee expressed a belief thnt the
ten acres could be purchased for ?25,000.
"Now if the residents of the Sixth
■ward would only get together and buy
that land themselves the commission
would be glad to consider the proposi
tion," said the mayor in his moat in
sinuating tones. "But to ask ua to buy
It when the city is in as hard financial
straits as now is the case is a little.
too much."
The committee was composed of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bowman, W.
Davles and Mlsa Dora Ford.
INCORPORATIONS
Jurupa Water, Light and Power Co.
—Directors: F. W. Pickard, J. B. Sam
viel, Herbert L. Cornish of Los An
geles. Capital stock $200,000, and $3000
subscribed. -
German Evangelical Lutheran Christ
Church of South Los Angeles — F. A.
Ahrens, "William Bosattl, F. Schmidt,
C. Telnert, F. Scheele of Los Angeles.
No capital stock.
Bailey Realty Co.— Director 8 : W. B.
Bailey, S. F. Wuest, B. B. Cartwrlght,
R. R. Behlow, W. H. Bailey, jr. Capital
stock $35,000, and $250 subscribed.
Alta California Beet Sugar Co.—Di
rectors: Thos. R. Bard, E. L,. Doheny,
J. A. Graves, C. W. Gates, C. A. Can
field, Jacob Baruch, W. H. Burnhnm,
W. C. Baker and Ernest C. Hamilton.
Capital stock $2,200,000, with $5700 suli
ecribed.
Southern Water Co.— Directors: K. S.
Bhattuok. D. J. Desmond, W. J. Nlm
rno, Carroll Allen and L. A. Crnndall of
Los Angeles. Capital stock $20,000, with
Sf.oo subscribed.
POISONED BY DEVILED HAM
Entire Family of Tourists Partake of
Canned Meat Brought From
Illinois
William Boyd, his wife and daughter
and a friend, Miss Bessie Crapnell, who
ware passengers on a delayed overland
train from Oalesburg, 111., were sud
denly taken 111 on the train Wednesday
night with ptomaine poisoning, the
result of eating a quantity of deviled
ham. v „
On the arrival or the train at the
Arcade depot, they were met by Drs.
Hutchison and Smith, who found them
In a condition which prevented their
removal • from the train for several
hours. The physicians were of the
opinion that they would recover.
The victims occupied a tourist car and
brought their own lunches with them
for their trip west. Among the viands
was a quantity of deviled ham, which
h*d been purchased iv (ialesbuig prior
to , their departure.
PART It.
Nervous Women
Th*>tr Sufferings Are U«ua>lljr
Duo to Utorlne Disorder*
F«rhap« Unsuspected
A MEDICINE THAT CURES
Can wn dispute
/^imSPtSifok '■• ■■•£i*-h" well-known
Vi jffiHffl^H^il^fftctthatAmerican
/F i 4M-j^lV" m ' 1 "'* nor '
llsflfci •'/yS-*/ How often do we
llvSTs^^**/'::' : ff [lionr the cxprrs-
]Jv<sj^&Jp&pSl Islon, "I arosoner-
\\ja[K*i&7&T* w .f Wotis, Itseemsasif
?Af*. Ncr/ j Mxine." Little thlnffn
make you Irritable! you can't sleep
you are unable to qul#tly and calmfj
perform your daily tasks or care for
your children.
The relation of the nerve* and pen-
eratiro organs in women is so close
that tilne-tenths of the nervous pros-
tration, nprvous debility, the blues,
sleeplessness and nervous irritability
arise from some derangement of the
organism which makes her a woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness and
irritability. Spirits easily affected, so
that one minute she laughs, the next
minute weeps. Pain in the ovaries and
between the shoulders. Loss of voice;
nervous dyspepsia. A tendency to cry
at the least provocation. All this points
to nervous prostration.
Nothing will relieve this distressing
condition and prevent months of pros-
tration and Buffering no surely as Lydia
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Shotwcll, of 103 Flatbush
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. V., writes:
"I cannot expivw the wonderful relief I
have experienced by taking Lydia E. Pink-
ham's vegetable Compound. I Buffered for
a long time with nervous prostration, back-
ache, headaohe, loss of appetite. I could
not sleep and would walk ihe floor almost
every night.
" I had three doctors and got no better, and
life was a burden. I was advised to try
r-ydla R. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
oiid it has worked wonders for me.
" I am a well woman, my nervousness is all
gona and my friends say I look ten years
younger."
Will not the -volumes of letters from
women made strong by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick and weak
and discouraged, exhausted each day,
when you can be as easily cured as
atuer women.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Nolle* to Sewer Contractors
Sealed proposals for the construction
of the proposed storm sewer in Clar-
ence street, Stephenson avenue, Utah
street, a public alley and across prop-
erty of Mrs. Elizabeth Hollenbeck and
the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake
Railway company, will be received at
the office of the City Clerk of the City
of Los Angeles, California, until
11 a. m. of Monday, Novem-
ber 13. 1905. All proposals must
be on forms furnished by the city
and must be accompanied by a certified
check drawn to the order of tho City
Clerk of the City of Los Angeles, for
the sum of five (5) per cent of tho
amount of the bid. The city reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
Plans, profile, detail drawing, specifica-
tions, etc., may be seen at the office of
the City Engineer. Prints of the plans,
profile and detail drawings, forms of
proposal, contract and bonds and copies
of the specifications will be delivered
to prospective bidders upon receipt by
the City Engineer of $3.00. Each bid-
der is required to make personal exam-
ination of the ground In which the
sewer is to be constructed.
Sizes and approximate lengths of the
sewer follow:
2064 feet oontrete sewer, diameter 5
feet 2 Inches.
791 feet concrete sewer, diameter 3
feet 9 Inches.
215 feet vitrified pipe sewer, diameter
2 feet 6 Inches.
Each bid shall be submitted In a
sealed envelope addressed "H. J. Le-
lande, City Clerk, Los Angeles, Califor-
nia," and endorsed, "Proposal for con-
structing Storm Sower in Clarence
street, Stephenson avenue, Utnh strent
and across property of Mrs. Elizabeth
Hollenbeck and the San Pedro, Los An-
geles & Salt Lake Railway company."
11. J. LELANDE,
11-1-10 lOt City Clerk.
Ordinance No. 11,888
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Woodlawn avenue, from Fifty-flrst
street to Fifty-second street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
WOODLAWN AVENUE,
from Fifty-flrst street to Fifty-seoond
street, In accordance with the following
elevations:
At the intersection with Fifty-flrst
street the grade shall bo 162.07 at tho
southwest corner and 162.18 at the
southeast corner, as now established on
Fifty-flrst streot.
At tho intersection with Fifty-second
street the grade shall be 100.97 at tho
northwest cornor and 161. 0'J at the
northeast corner.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall bo estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to tho top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane willed Is
265 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to bo published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Her-
ald, and thereupon and thereafter It
shall take effect and bo In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was ndopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
ing of October 23, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1805.
OWEN McALEER,
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice ia hereby given that sealer)
proposals will be received by the City
Clerk of the City of Los Angeles up to
11 o'clook Monday, November 13, 1905,
for the construction of a concrete re-
taining wall on Hope street betwann
SrTnnd and Third streets, the same to
connect with the west portal of tho
Third street tunnel, in accordance with
plans nnd specifications on file with tho
City Engineer per his plan No. 1 for
this improvement, concrete wall only,
however, to be constructed.
A certified check, payable to the or-
der of 11. J. Lelande, City Clerk, in 10
per cant of the amount of bid, must
accompany each proposal as a guar-
antee that tho bidder will enter Into a
contract with tho city in conformity
with his bid.
Council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of the Council of the City
of Los Angeles.
11. J. LELANDE.
11-1-10 lOt Clly Oterk.
WHITE'S BAIL SET AT $1500
R. Clayton White, charged with r«-
Rault with intent to kill, was arraigned
before Police Judge itose yesterduy
morning and his preliminary examina-
tion was; set for November 18. His
ball was set at Sl6OO.
White U alleged, to have shot A. R.
Grose in the hip on October/ 26, the
result of a quarrel over the erection
of a fence to prevent teams from en-
tering the private grounds of 620 Bouth
Flower street. Grose is recovering
from tola wound.
7,03 ANGELES HERALDj FRIDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1905.
-__ >>L ?PH < L ADVERTIBirJ?A DVERTI8ir J?
Ordlnnrx-f, No. 11,ffi>4
(New Series.)
An Oriilnnnce declaring tha Intrntlon of
thn Mnyor and Council of th« City of Loa
Angeles to establish tbe grade of
Flckett street, from First street to Fourth
street.
Tha Mayor and Council of thfl City
of Los Angeles rlo ordain as follows:
Section 1. Thnt It Is tbe Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angcleß
to establish tho grnde of
FTCKKTT BTUEF.T,
from First streot to Fourth ftreet In ne-
rordnnro with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with First street
the grade shnll h« tfW.R7 nt the southwest
corner, am! .W.di nt the southeast corner,
as now established on First street.
At thn Interaction with Oleason nvenue
thn grnde shall he SOfi.nj nt tho northwnst
corner, 306.r,3 at tho southwest corner,
807.09 nt the northr-nat corner nnd 307.53 nt
tho southenst corner, ns now established
On Olenson nvonuo.
At the Intersection with fleennri strrot
the grade shnll be 309.R1 nt the northwest
corner, 80(1.70 at thn southwest corner,
310.2S at thn nnrthenst corner nnd Sin. 2o
at the southenst corner, as now estab-
lished on Second street.
At thn Intersection with Third street
thn grade shnll bo 314.00 nt the northwest
nnrl southwest corners and 314. 50 nt the
northeast and southeast corners, as now
(■stabllsheri on Tlilrrl street.
At tho Intersection with Fourth strent
the grade shnll bo 311.50 nt the northwest
corner and 311.04 nt the northeast cornor.
And nt all points netwecn said desig-
nated points tho grnde shnll lie estab-
lished so ns tn conform to a straight lint
drawn between nalrl tleslgnnted points.
Elevations refer to thn top of tho curb,
are In feet nnrl are above n plnne which
Is ".V> feet below City datum plnne.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the papsnge of this ordinance nnrl shnll
cause the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Herald and
thereupon and therenrter It shall take
effect and be In force.
I heroby certify that the foregoing Onll>
nance wus adopted by tho Council of the
City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
October 23, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk
Approved this 27th dny of October, 1905.
OWEN McALI'.KR.
11-1-in lOt Mayor.
Notice— Civil Service llxinnhtHtloun.
October 27, 1905.
In nccordnnco with Section 1, Ituie
IV, Civil Service Rules nnd Regula-
tions of tho City of Los Angeles, notice
Is hereby given that a competitive ox-
nmlnntion will be held on Saturday,
the 11th dny of November, 1905, begin-
ning at 9 a. m. at Grand Avenue school,
In the City of Los Angiles, Cal., for
the purpose of examining applicants
for admission to the eligible list In
c'l'iKMiilcatiiMiii und divisions as desig-
nated below:
.Olvls'on E, Clnss 1, Steam Engineer.
Division X, Class 21, Miner, Water
Department.
Division X, Class 23, Caulker, Water
Department.
Division X, Class 23, Meter Inspector,
Wnter Department.
Division K. Class 11, Bill Clerk,
Water Department.
Division F, Class 7. Wlreman, Elec-
trical Department.
Division D, Class 13, Office Boy nnd
Assistant Stenographer, Engineer De-
partment.
Division D, Clnss 11, Night Foreman
Outfall Sewer, Engineer Department.
Division 11, Clnss 13, Inspector of
Garbage, Health Department.
Division A, Clnss 15, Clerk to Prin-
cipals of High Schools, School Depart-
ment.
Division I, Class 25, Asphalt Fore-
man, Street Department.
Division G, Clasß 8, Page, Library.
Dlvisio/i G, Class 5, General Attend-
ants, Library.
Division J, Class 2, Elevator Attend-
ant, dork's Department,
Division C, Class 2, Superintendent of
Engines and Machinery, Fire Depart-
ment.
Said competitive examination will in-
clude tests of proficiency In Reading,
Writing, Spelling, Arithmetic, knowl-
edge of the duties of the several posi-
tions named, general and specific ex-
perience tending to fit the applicant
lor such position; physical health, mus-
cular strength, soundness and acute-
ness of faculties, personal habits,
moral character and such qualifications
as will fairly attest the capacity of
persons examined to discharge the
duties of positions which they seok.
Applicants must appear In person at
the office of the Civil Service Commis-
sion not less than eight days before
the date fixed for the examination, and
file, under oath, an application in form
prescribed by the commission, blanks
for which will bo furnished on requost.
By order of the Board of Civil Ser-
vice Commissioners.
D. W. EDELMAN.
Chairman.
■W. A. SPALDING, Secretary.
10-28-31. 11-1-10 14t
Ordlnnnce No. 11,M)2
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles to establish the grado of
Fifty-fifth street, from Moncta avenue
to Figueroa street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
FIFTY-FIFTH STREET,
from Moneta avenue to Figueroa street,
in accordance with the following eleva-
tions: '
At the intersection with Moneta ave-
nue the grade shall be 153.29 at tho
northwest corner nnd 153.11 at the
southwest corner, as now established
on Moneta avenue.
At tho intersection with Figuoroa
street the grade shall bo 150.09 at the
northeast corner and 150.00 at the
southeast corner.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shnll bo estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to tho top of the
curb, are in feet, and are above a plane
which is 255 feet below City datum
P Sec". 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall causo tho same to bo published
for ten days in the Los Angeles Her-
ald, and thereupon and thereafter It
shall take effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at Its meet-
ing of October 23, 1906.
H. J. LELANDE.
City Cleric.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905.
OWEN MeALEER.
11-1-10 lot Mayor.
(1u11, in.,,-.- No, lI. SMI
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring tho Intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Los Angeles street, from Fifty-first
street to the first alley Bouth of Fifty-
second street.
The Mayor and Council of tho City of
Los Angeles do ordain us follows.
Section 1. That it Is the intention of
the Council of tho City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
LOS ANGKLK3 STREET,
from Fifty-first street to the first alley
south of Fifty-second street, in accord-
ance with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with Fifty-first
street the grade shall be 162.69 at the
southwest corner and 162.80 at the
southeast corner, as now established on
Fifty-flrst street.
At the intersection with Fifty-sec-
ond street the grade shnll ho 161.65 at
the northwest corner, 161.49 at the
southwest corner, 11i1.77 at the north-
east corner and 161.61 at the southeast
corner.
At the intersection with the first
alley south of Flfty-socond street tbo
grade shall be 161.00 at the northwest
corner and 161.10 at thu northeast
cornor.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
lino drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of tha
curb, are In feet and are above a plans
which U 255 feet below City datum
P l"c! S. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to be publishuJ
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald,
iiiul thereupon and thereafter It shall
take effect snd be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Counofl
of tha City of Los Angeles at ita meet-
ing Of October 23, 1905.
H. J. LHLANDH.
City Cl«rk.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905.
OWENMcAMSBR,
Jl'X-1O lOt Mayor.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Ponlcri proposal* for the construction
of tho. proposed storm nowor In flolnno
nvfnno, llurna Vista strrot nnd noruss
property of tho Pouthr>rn l'nrlflr-
rnmpnny find thn S.int.l Fe Ttnll-
wny romrnny will bo rr>rMvrvl
nt the riffle* of tho city Clerk
of the City of Los AnR-nlcq, Cnllfnrnln.
until 11 n. tn. Monday, November
1.1, 1901. All prnpriKrtlq must hn on
forms furnished by the elty nnd must
be neeompnnlerl hy n. certified chock
drawn to tho orrirr of the City Clerk
of tho City of Los Angeles, for the
sum of five fi) per cent of the amount
of the blrl. Tho city reserves the right
to reject nny or nil bids, rinnn, pro-
file, rletnll rtrnwlnnr*. spfrlflcntlons,
etr\, mny bo seen nt thr) office of the
City Knglnoer. Prints of the plans,
profile and rlotnl! drawings, forms of
proposal, contrnet and bonds nnd
copies of the specif len tlons will be de-
liverel tn pronpnctlvn bidders upon
receipt by Ihe City Engineer of J3.00.
Knch bidder Is required to mnke per-
sonal examination of the ground In
which the sewer Is to be constructed.
Htzen nnd approximate lengths of tha
newer follow:
1.85. fc test, one. ring brick sewer,
diameter 2 feet 11 inefies.
184.84 feet, twn rlii* brlok sower,
diameter 2 feet R Inches,
354 feet vitrified pipe newer, dlamoter
30 Inches.
2066 feet vitrified pipe sewer, dlam-
f.ter 21 Inches,
Kaeh blrl shnll hn mihmlttefl In *
sealed envelope- iiridronseri "H. J. Le-
lnnde, City Clerk, Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia," nnd Indorsed "I'roposal for
Constructing Storm Sower In Solnno
avenue, Itnenn Vista street nnrl across
property of tho Southern Pacific com-
pany and tho Santa Fo Hallway corn-
puny."
H. J. LKLANDK,
11-1-11) lOt nity (Merle.
.\oili-e In Sower ('nnfrnet<irK
Sealed proposals for tho construction of
the proposed storm sower across
Fourth street nnrl along Ver-
mont nvenue. will bo received
at the offico of tbe Clly Clerk
of tho City of Los Angeles, California,
until 11 a. m. of Monday, November 18,
l!) 05. All proposals must bo on forma
furnished by tho city nnd must bo ac-
companied by a cortlfleri check drawn
to tho order of the City Clerk of the Cltv
of Los Angeles, for tho sum of five (5)
per cent of tho amount of the bid. The
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plans, profllo, detail drawings
specifications, etc., may bo seen at tho
offico of the City Engineer. Prints of the
plans, profile nnd detail drawings, forms
oi proposal, contract and bonds and
copies of ths specifications, will be de-
livered to prospective bidders upon ro-
colpt by tho City Engineer of J2.00. Knch
bidder Is required to make personal ex-
amination of the ground in which the
sewor is to bo constructed.
Bizes and approximate lengths of the
sewer follow:
1060 linenl feot of concrete sower.
Internal diameter 6 feet.
One mnnhole.
170 lineal feet of 16-inch vitrified
Pipe-
Two end walls.
Each bid shall be submitted In a sealed
envelope addressed "H. J. Lelande, City
Clerk, Los Angeles, California," and In-
dorsed, "Proposal for constructing storm
sewer in Fourth street and Vermont
avenuo."
H. J. LELANDE,
11-1-10 lOt City Clerk.
Oriliiinncc Tin. 11,T57 ~~~
(New Series)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
of the Mayor and Council of the. city of
Los AnKi'les to establish the grade of
Avenue Forty-three, from Pasadena
avenue to Carlota boulevard.
The Mayor nnrl Council of the City
of Los Angeles do ordain ns follows:
Section 1. That it "is tho intention
of the Council of tho City of Los An-
geles to establish the grade of
AVENUE FOUTY-THRKE,
from Pasadena avenue tn Carlotn, boule-
vard, in accordance with the following
elevations:
At tho Intersection with Pnsndomi
avenue, the grade shnll bo 3!). r i.96 at tho
northeast corner nnd 895.12 nt tho
southeast corner, ns now establlshecl
on Pnsndcna avenue.
At a point on the north side 470 feet
oast of the. east lino of Pasadena ave-
nue the grado shall be 3!17.. R io and 397.00
at a point on the south side opposlto
thereto.
At the Intersection with Carlota
boulevard tho grndo shnll be 395.35 at
tho northwest cornor and 394.46 at the
southwest corner.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade Bhall be estab-
lished bo as to conform to a straight lino
drawn between said designated points.
Elevations rofer to tho top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
Is 255 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Herald and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take
effect and be In force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordi-
nance was adopted by the Council of tha
City of Los Angeles at Its meeting of
October 9, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 11th day of October,
ISO 6.
OWEN McALEER. '
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Ordlnnnce \n. 11,893
(Now Serins.)
An Ordinance declaring tho intention
of tho Mayor and Council of tho City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Fifty-seventh street, from Flgueroa
street to the west city boundary.
The Mnyor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles to ordain as follows:
Section 1. Thnt it is tho intention of
tho Council of the Olty of Los Angeles
to establish the pnide of
FIFTY-SEV ENTH STREET,
from Flgueroa street to the west city
boundary, in accordance with tho fol-
lowing elevations):
At the intersection with Flgueroa
street the grarlo shall bo 147.93 nt tho
northwest cornor and 147.72 at tho
southwest cornor.
At tho Inloraer-tion with the west city
boundary tho grade shall be 147.30 on
tho north sldo and 147.10 on the soutli
side.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations rofor to the top of the
curb, are in feet nnd are above a piano
which Is 255 foet below City datum
plane.
Sec. 2. Tho City Clerk shall certify
to tho passage of this Ordinance and
shall cause the same to bo published
for ten days In the Los Angeles Herald
nnd thereupon itnrl thereafter it shall
take effect and ho in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing;
Ordlnanco was adopted by the Council
of tho City of Los Angeles at Us meet-
ing of October 23, 1905.
H, J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905.
OWEN McALEER,
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Xollee to Sower Contractors
Sealed proposals for the construc-
tion of the proposed storm sewer
acroHS Fourth street and along Ver-
mont avenua will be received at tho
office of th« City Clerk of tho City of
Los Angeles, California, until 11 a. m.
of Monday, November 18, 1905. All
Proposals must tie on forms furnished
y the city und must be accompanl>'fl
by a certllled <heck drawn tn the order
of the City dork of the City of Los
Angeles, for the sum of live (5) pel-
cent of the amount of the bid. 'the
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Plans, profile, detail draw-
ings, specifications, etc., may be seen
at the office of the City Engineer.
Prints of the plans, profile and detail
drawings, forms of proposal, contract
and bonds and copies of tho specifica-
tions will be delivered to prospective
bidders upon receipt by the. City Kn-
Blneer of $2.00. Each bidder Is re-
quired tn make personal examination
of the ground in which the sewer is to
bo constructed.
Blaue and approximate lengths of tho
sewer follow:
1000 lineal feot of concrete sewer.
Internal diameter. 6 feet.
Ona mnnholH.
170 llneul feet of 16-inch vitrlhi.l
pipe.
Two end walls.
Each bid shall be submitted in a
sealed envelope addressed "H. J. Le-
ltuide, City Clerk, Lou Angeles, Cali-
fornia," und endorsed, "Proposal for
constructing Storm Sewer in fourth
Strsat and Vermont^venue.;-^^ .
IM.IO lot City Cleric. ,
PUBLIC ADVERTISING PUBLIC ADVERTISINg
Kfltlc* nf •nli- nf Vrnptrtf tor TVlin<i<irnt A««r««in»n« !,*-rlrrt in VnT tn*
i:«i>«-n«f« for Openlna; < Inj Street, From Second Hirert lo Tlilrrl Strca< t ■■>
the « llv nf !.<•• Vn»rlf«.
Notice In h»r»>hy Riven thnf, pursuant to the provision nf th« Statutes of th»
Stntft nf Cnllfnrnln relative to thn collection of MRessments to pay the expenses of
njvMihiK flnrl wlrVnlng streets within rniinlcipnlltlnn, I, Jumps Hanley, Htrent Super-
Intemlnnt nf tho City of Los Angelas, will on Monday, th» 19th day of NovemW,
]!>«",, nt 10 o'clock n. m., In th« offlm of tha Street Ruporlntemlent of the City nf
I.os Angeles, In thn city Hull In snlrl city, sell at puhllo (motion for lawful money
of th« T'nltorl Htnt^s, nil tho property rienorlbod In ths following delinquent list of
nMi>«ttifnt« for thn opening of Clay street from fieoonrl stroet tA Third street at-
tnchoil to this notice, upon which property the delinquent flssnssmentu desorlharl In
paid list nro n Wen, together with the costs snd penalties ncorulngr thereon, nnl«s»
tmld ntspxsments shnll be paid before said sale, together with tha costs and penal-
ties thereon,
-m /vttfvtrn DESCRIPTION O» g> g £l S E
•3 h :* i o
r : •» g
JS— Amy Bhlvr>ly, lot R, hlnck 1, Bfiaurlry Traot JlllO.Ort $55. 8f) i.Sf) JIIM.CO
£B— Anna M. Arbeely, lot 11, ex. K. HO ft. hlk. 1, J3eaudry tr 147H.M) 73.80 .50 1560.30
JAMEfI HANLEY,
lfl-2« 11-1 lot Street Buperlntenflpnt nf th« City nf Los Angeles.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Ornlnnnoe No. 11.SOO
(New Series.)
An Ordlnnnoo declnrln«r the Intention
of tho Mayor and Council nf the City
of Lou Angeles to establish tho grade of
Fifteenth street, from San I'mlro street
to a point «54.2S feet east of the cast
lino nf Mnple hvciiuo.
Thn Mayor nnd Coum-11 of thn City of
Lo» Anfreles rlo ordain an follows:
Section 1 That It in thn Intontlon of
the Council of thn City of Los Angeles
to establish the grnde of
F I FT B I3NT I I ST XI K ET,
from Sim J'edro Rtreet to n point RR4.25
font oust of the, onst linn of Maple ave-
nuo. In nccordnnco with thn following
elevations!
At thn Intersection with Snn Pedro
street tho grnrln shnll bo 22.1.87 at tho
northwest corner nnd 223. tiQ nt the
southwest corner, ns now established
en .Sim l'orlro street.
At tho Intersection with Ran Julian
stroot thn grade shall be 223. 5fi nt the
northeast corner as now established on
San Jullim stroot.
At tho Intersection of the onst line of
fan Julian street with tho south line of
Fifteenth stroot the grado shall bt
223.28.
At a point on the north side 85S feet
onst of the nast line of Maple nvenue
the grade shall bo 223. 53 us now cb-
tabllshcd.
At a point on thn south sido Bftli.6o
feot east of tho enst line of Maple nve-
iiiii- the grade shall bo 223.25 as now
established.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
Ishrd so as to conform to a straight
line drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to the top of tho
curb, are In feet nnd nre above a plane
which Is 266 foet bolow City datum
plnne.
Sec. 2. The City Clerk shall certify
to the passage of this Ordlnanco and
shall causa tho samn to be published
for ten days in the Loa Angeles Her-
ald, and thereupon and thereafter It
shall take effect and be in force.
I heroby certify that tho foregoing
Ordinance wns adopted by the Council
of the City of Los Angeles at its meet-
ing of October 23, lflOu.
11. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905.
OWEN McALEER,
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Ordinance No. 11,814
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention nf
the Mayor and Council of the City of Lo*
Angeles to establish the grade of Durango
streot, from the south line of the West
Adams Hnrl Western Avenue Tract, as
per map recorded in Book G of Maps, nt
paces 178 and 171), Records of Los An-
geles County, to Jefferson street.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Soctlon 1. That it is the intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles to
establish the snide of
DUHANGO STREET,
from the south line of the West Adams
nnd Western Avenue Tract, as per map
recorded in Book 6 of Maps, at pages
178 and 179, Records of Los Angeles
County, to Jefferson streot, in accordance
with the following elevations:
At the intersection with said south line
of the West Adams and Western Avenue
Tract tho grade shall be 155.20 on the
west side and 155.00 on the east side, as
now established.
At the intersection with Twenty-ninth
street the grade shall be 155.16 nt the
northwest corner and 155.56 at the north-
east corner, 154. 50 at the southwest corner
and 155.20 at the southeast corner.
At the intersection with Flint avenue
the grade shall bo 153.75 at the northwest
corner, 163.50 at the southwest corner,
154.10 at the northeast corner and 153.92
at the southeast corner.
At the intersection with the north line
of Hopper and Son's Western Avenue
Tract ins per map recorded in Book 6 of
Maps, at page 125, Records of Los An-
neles Counlv) the grade shall be 154.00 on
the west side and 151.20 on the east side.
At the intersection with Thirtieth streot
the grada shall be 153.30 at the northwest
corner, 153.00 at the southwest corner,
153.50 at the northeast corner and 153.20
at the southeast corner, as now estab-
lished on Thirtieth street.
At the Intersection with Thirty-first
street tho £rade shall be 151.10 at the
northwest corner, 150.78 at tho southwest
corner, 161.32 at tho northeast corner and
151.00 nt the southeast corner, as now es-
tablished on Thirty-first street.
At the Intersection with Jefferson street
the grade shall be 147.96 at the northwest
corner nnd US. 3O at the northeast corner
as now established on Jefferson street.
And at all points between said deslg-
nntod points tho grailo shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to ii straight line
drawn between paid designated points
Elevations rofer to the top of the curb,
are In foet and are above a piano which
Is 255 foot below City datum plane.
Sec. 2. Tho City Clerk shall certify to
tho passage of this Ordlnanco and shall
cause the samo to bo published for ten
flays in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take ef-
fect and be in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by tho (Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
October 16, 1905.
11. J. LELANDR,
City Clerk.
Approved this 19th day of October, 1905.
OWEN McALKKh,
10-2S-31 11-1-4 lOt Mayor.
' Orrtlnnnre No. 11,81.",
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention of
the Mayor and Council of tho City of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Twenty-ninth street, from tho west line of
the West Adams and Western Avenuo
Tract (as per map recorded in Book 6 of
Maps, at pages 178 and 179, Records of
Los Angeles County) to the east Una of
the West Adams and Jefferson Street
Tract (ns per map recorded in Book 3 of
Maps, at pngo 82, Records of Los Angeles
County).
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That it is the intention of
tho Council of tho City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
TWENTY-NJNTH STREET,
from the west line of thu West Adams
and Western Avenue Tract (as per map
recorded In Hook 0 of Maps, at pages 178
and 179, Records of Los Angeles County)
to tho east line of the West Adams and
Jefferson Street Tract (as per map re-
corded in Book 3 of Maps, at page 82,
Records of Los Angeles County), In ac-
cordance with the following elevations:
At the Intersection with said west line
of the West Adams and Western Avenue
Tract the grade shall be 157.19 on the
north side and 166.80 on the south Bide, as
now established.
At tha Intersection with Durango straat
ths grade shall ba 155.66 at the northeast
corner and 155.16 at the northwest corner,
155.20 at the southeast corner and 154.80
at the southwest corner.
At the intersection with said cast linn
of the West Adams and Jefferson Street
Tract the grade shall be 151.60 on tha
north side and 151.00 on the south side, as
now established.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be egtab-
lluhHil to as to conform to a straight line
drawn between wild designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which Is
255 feet below ("Ity datum plane.
Seo. 2. Tha City Clerk Bhull certify to
the piikwikii of this Ordinance and shall
i-ausa the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Uerald, and
thereupon and thereafter it shall take af-
fect and bo In force.
I hereby certify that tha foregoing Or-
dinance wiih adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting of
October 10, 1905.
If. J. LWLANDK,
City Clerk
Approved tli!» I.9th day of October, 1905..
OWEN McALKKB,
10-10-81 *M-« lot Mayor,
„, „„ f^ ' °*:L C . *P. vv _ EE _ f !T ll _ 88 _ l P. 0 .
Or.llnnnrr No. 11.KH.1
(New Berlen.)
An Ordinance declnrlna tha Intention
of tho Mnyor and Council of the City
of T/om Angeles to establish tha grade of
■nnnlng street from Bellevue avenua to
Sunset boulevard.
The Mayor and Council of the City of
Lob Angeles do ordntn an follows!
Section 1. That it Is the Intention of the
Council of tho City of Loi Angeles to es-
tablish the grnde nf
FANNINd STREET,
from Bcllevue avenue to Sunsat houle-
vnrd, In accordance with the following
elevations:
At the intersection with Bellevue avo-
nuo the grado shall be 370.00 at the north-
west coiner, and 368.00 at tha northeast
corner.
At a point on the past Ride 200 feet north
of tho north line of Bellevuo avenue the
grado shnll be 387.33, and 387.33 at a point
on the west sldo opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 220 feet north
of the north line of Bcllovuo avenue tha
grade shall ho 359.05, and 388.8!) at a point
on the west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the enst nldo 240 feet north
of the north linn of Bellevuo avanue the
grade shall be 390.43, and 390.07 at a point
on tho west sldo opposite thereto.
At a point on the enst Bids 2fiO feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenua the
grado shall be 391.41, and 390.90 at a point
on the west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the oast nlde 280 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue tho
grado shall be 392.00, and 391.86 at a point
en the west side opposite thoreto.
At a point on the cast side 300 feet north
of tho north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 392.21, and 391.48 at a point
on tho west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east sldo 320 feet north
of tho north line of Bellevue avenue tha
grade shall be 392.03, and 5»1.19 at a point
on the the west Bido opposite thereto.
At a point on tho east side 340 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 391.48, and 390.57 at a point
on tho west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 360 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 390.63, and 389.57 at a point
on the west side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho east side 380 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avonue the
grade shall be 389.21, and 888.23 at a point
on the west Bide opposite theroto.
At a point on the east side 400 feet north
of the north line of Bellevue avenue the
grade shall be 387.50, and 386.50 at a point
on tho west fide opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 500 feet
north of the north lino of Bellovue avenue
tho grade shall be 378.00, and 377.00 at a
point on the west side opposite thoreto.
At the intersection with Kent street the
grade shall be 366.00 at the southeast cor-
ner, 365.00 at a point on the west side
opposite thereto, and 362.00 at the north-
east corner.
At a point on the east side 60 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 368.00, and 357.00 at a point on tho
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on tho east side 80 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 356.82, and 355.83 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 100 feet north
of tho north line of Kent street the grade
shall bo 355.95, and 354.98 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 120 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 355.39, and 354.46 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 140 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 355.14, and 354.26 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 160 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 355.19, and 354.38 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 180 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 355.56, and 354.83 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At a point on the east side 350 feet north
of the north line of Kent street the grade
shall be 360.00, and 360.00 at a point on the
west side opposite thereto.
At the Intersection with Marathon street
the grade Bhall be 369.00 at the southeast
corner, 371.00 at the northeast corner,
370.00 nt the southwest corner and 372.00 at
the northwest corner.
At a point on the west side 310 feet
north of tho north lino of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.25, and 376.22 at a
point on tho east side opposite theroto.
At a point on the west side 860 feet
north of the north line of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.44, and 375.44 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 380 feet
north of the north line of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.51, and 375.57 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 400 feet
north of the north Una of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.47, and 375.A2 at a
point on the east side opposite thoreto.
At a point on the west side 420 feet
north of the north llnei of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.30 and 375.58 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 440 feet
north of the north line of Marathon street
the grade shall be 376.02, and 375.46 at a
point on the enst sido opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 460 feet
north of the north line of Marathon street
the grade shall bo 375.62, and 375.25 at a
point on the east side opposite thereto.
At the intersection wftn Bryan street
tho grado shall be 373.17 at the southwest
corner.
At the intersection with Sunset boule-
vard tho grade shall be 373.29 at the
southeast corner, as now established on
Sunset boulevard.
At the Intersection of the westerly Una
of Fanning street with the southerly line
of Sunset boulevard tho grade shall be
371.78, as now established on Sunset boule-
vard.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight Una
drawn between said designated points.
KlovatloiiH refer to the top of tha curb,
are In feet and are above a plane which
is 256 feet below City datum plane.
Bee. 2. Tha City Clerk shall certify to
the paasaga of this Ordinance and shall
cause the same to be published for ten
days In the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter It shall take it-
feet and ba in force.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or-
dinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Loa Angeles at Its meeting of
October 23, 1905.
11. J. LELANDB,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of October, 1906.
OWEN McALKKh.
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Notice of lII* I'lllmk of tbe Aurumrnt
(or tbe OiieuluK of HIM Hlre«t, T«i-
Ketber with Ihc Diagram of tbe As«
fcfXKiiii-ul Dl.irl.i fur Suld Improve-
Notice Is hereby given that tha Street
Superintendent has filed with the Clerk
of the Council of the City of Los An-
geles the assessment for the opening
of 11111 street from tha southeasterly
line of the Bchiller Tract tn Washing-
ton street, as contemplated by
Ordinance No. iioio (New Series), to-
gether with the diagram of the aeiesa-
ment district. The date of the first
publication of this notice is November
1, 1905, and all parties Interested are
hereby required to file in writing their
objections. If any they have, to the con*
f ii 'luatlou of said assessment by the
Clly Council, with the said Clerk of tha
Council, within thirty days after the
said data of the first publication of this
notice, to wit: on or before December
1, IHOS.
Persons signing objections must klv»
postofftca address.
v H. J. LBLANDH,
City Clerk and «x>Offlclo Clark o|
Council,
IX-1-10 lOt
tivory tfcKia you wuiit you will flnd la
thn olMslfled Pkgea, On* tout s> word. ;
PUBLIC APVERTiaiNQ
nrrflnii*r» No. 11,$ M
(New Berl«».)
An Orrilniine* dMiflrtnK th« Intention el
tho Mayor and Council of the City of Los
An*«le« to estdbllKh th« grnrlfl pf
Mrynn otreet, from Marathon street t*
'The 'yfnyo'r^hr! Counoll nf tn« Cltr ••
Lou Angelas do orflsln us follows!
Section 1. Thnt It Is the intention nf tha
Council of ths City of Los An««l«s to
establish the grada of
nnrAN street,
from Mflrnthon street to Fa tin fig
atreot. In accordance with the followlna »
At th" Intersection with Marathon
fttrcet the RrsdA shall be 408.00 at tha
northwest and northeast corners.
At a point on ths west side IRO f*«t
north of the north line of Mnrftthon
utreot the grade shall be 41A.K0 and
41R.R4 st a point on the east slda oppo«
ultp thereto.
At a point on ths went «lde 170 f»*t
north of the north line of Marathon
»tre«t the urnde shall be 420.14 snd
4 20.17 nt a point on the east side oppe-
site thereto.
At a point on ths w*>f»t aide 100 f»«t
north of ths north line of Marathon
sirent tha grade shall be 421.3* and
421.32 nt a point on tho east side oppo-
site thereto.
At a point on the wwt side 210 f*«t
north of ths north line of Marathon
street the (trade shall bs 422.26 snd
422.27 at a point on tha east side oppo-
site thereto.
At a point on the wnst side 280 f»«t
north of ths north line of Marathon
street tho grade shall be 4211.04 ana
423.02 at a point on the east slda oppo-
site thereto. :
At a point oh the west side 280 f*»t
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grnde shall be 423.68 and
423.8S at a point on the east side oppo-
slto thereto.
At a point on the west side 270 fast
north of tha north line of Marathon
«trn«t the grade shall be 424.02 and
423. 98 at a point on tho east side oppo-
slto thereto.
At a point on the west side 290 feet
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grado shall be 424.23 and
424.12 at a point on the east slda oppo-
site thereto. ...»
At a point on tha west side 810 feat
north of tho north line of Marathon
streot the grade shall be 424.25 and
424.10 at a point on the east side oppo- .
slto thereto.
At a point on the west side 830 feat
north of the north lino of Marathon
atreet the grada shall be 424.07 ana
423.88 at a point on the east side oppo-
ele thereto.
At a point on the west side 850 feat
north of tho north line of Marathon
street the grade shall be 423.72 and
423.48 at a point on the east side oppo-
site theroto.
At a point on the west slfle 600 feet
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grnde Bhall be 420.29 and
419.82 at a point on the east sida radi-
ally opposlto thereto.
At a point on the west side 520 feet
north of the north line of Marathon
street tha grade shall be 410.7« and
419.38 at a point on the cast side radl-
allly opposle thereto.
At a point on the west side R4O fact
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grade shall be 419.11 and
418.84 at a point on the east side radi-
ally opposite thereto.
At a point on the west Bide 860 foet
north of the north lino of Marathon
street the grade shall be 418.32 and
418.14 at a point on the east side radi-
ally opposlto thereto.
At a point on tho west side 880 feet
north of tbe north line of Marathon
street tho grado shall be 417.40 nn<i
417.31 nt. a point on the east side radi-
ally opposite thore.to.
At a point on the west side 60S feet
north of the north line of Marathon
streot the grade shall be 416.33 and
416.33 at a point on the cast side
raidally opposlto thereto.
At a point on the west sido 620 fee*,
north of tho north line of Marathon
street the grade shall he 415.15 and
415.24 at a point on the east side
radially opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 640 feet
north of tho north line of Marathon
street the grade shall be 413.82 and
414.00 at a point on the cast side
laldally opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 660 feet
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grade shall be 412.36 und
412.64 at a point on tho east side
radially opposite thereto.
At a point on the west side 680 feet north
of the north line of Marathon street tha
grade shall be 410.77 and 411.13 at a point on
the east side radially opposite thereto.
At a point on tho west side 700 feet
north of the north line of Marathon
street the grade shall be 409.05 and
409.50 at a point on the east side
raidally opposite thereto.
At a point on the southerly side
240.36 feet westerly of the westerly
line of Fanning street, said point being
end of curve, the grade Bhall be 394.00.
At the Intersection with Fanning
street the grade shall be 373.17 at tha
southwest corner.
At the Intersection of the northerly
line of Bryan street with the northerly
line of Sunset boulevard the grade shall
be 371.78 as now established on Sun-
set boulevard.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grade shall be estab-
lished ao as to conform to a straight line
drawn between said designated points.
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are in feet and are above a plane which Is
255 feet below City datum plane.
Sec. 3. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passage tof this Ordinance and shall
cause th.< same to be published for ten
days in the Los Angeles Herald, and
thereupon and thereafter It shall talcs
effect and be in force.
I hereby certify that tha foregoing
Ordinance was adopted by the Council of
the City of Los Angeles at its meeting at
October 23, 1905.
H. J. LELANDE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905. . ■
OWEH McALEER.
11-1-10 lOt Mayor.
Ordlnnnre No. 11,801
(New Series.)
An Ordinance declaring; the intention
of the Mayor and Council of the City
of Los Angeles to establish the grade of
Fifty-second street, from Main street to
Bouth Park avenue.
The Mayor and Council of tha City of
Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section 1. That It is the Intention of
the Council of the City of Los Angeles
to establish the grade of
FIFTY-SECOND STREET,
from Main streot to South Park avenue.
In accordance with the following eleva-
tions:
At the intersection with Main street
the grade shall be 160.42 at the north-
past corner and 160.25 at tha southeast
corner, as now established on Main
street.
At the Intersection with Woodlawn
avenue the grade shall be 160.97 at the
northwest corner and 161.09 at th*
northeast corner.
At the Intersection with Los Angeles
atreet the grade shall be 161.65 at the
northwest corner, 161.77 at tha north-
oast corner, 191.49 at th* southwest
corner and 161.61 at the southeast
corner.
At the Intersection with San Pedro
street the grade shall be 1(2.65 at the
northwest corner. 162.66 at tha north-
east corner, 162.35 at th* southwest
corner and 162.45 at th* southeast cor-
ner.
At the Intersection with Walrath
street the grada shall be 164.17 at tha
northwest corner, 164.22 at tha north-
east corner, 168. 52 at tha southwest
corner and 164.0 ft at th* southeast
corner.
At the intersection with South Park
avenue the. grade ehall ba 165.11 at the
northwest corner and 164.86 at the
southwest corner, as now established
on South Park avenue.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points the grada shall b* estab-
lished so as to conform to a straight
11ns drawn between said designated
points.
Elevations refer to th* ton of th*>
curb, nre In feet, and are above a plan*
which is 265 f«et below City datum
plane, . , ; . '4 "* -Z,"-
Sep. 2. The City Cleric shall certify
to tha passasa of this Ordinance and
shall cause th* same to be published
for ten days in the Los Angelas Her-
ald, and thereupon and thereafter It
shall take effect and be In force,
I hereby certify that the foregoing;
Ordinance was adopted by th* Council
pf tha pity of Los An««>»» at Its m**t-
tng Of October 23. 190».
H. J. LELANDH.
City (MflrW
Approved this 27th day of October,
1905.
„ <,« ... • OWEN MfIALIJBR. .
11-1-10 iOt . .. Mayor, k
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